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Senior Counsel, Corporate And Securities

Seattle WA Senior Counsel, Corporate And Securities Duties: Lead the preparation and coordination of various periodic reports and filings pursuant to the 34 Act, including Form 10-Ks, 10-Qs, Form 8-Ks and proxy statements. Advice on all corporate disclosure matters and compliance with relevant securities laws, SEC reporting and compliance rules and regulations. Partner with the leadership team on corporate governance matters, including matters related to the Board, shareholders, auditors, regulators, and the global subsidiaries. Assist in managing the equity incentive plans and operations. Manage the company's regulatory matters, such as the corporate insurance program (property, casualty, D&O, etc.) antitrust matters, and legal tax matters. Develop and implement an overall corporate risk/compliance program. Effectively manage external corporate, securities, international and regulatory counsel. Monitor and assess potential impacts of new and proposed securities laws, corporate governance developments and trends. Collaborate cross-functionally to identify and craft appropriate disclosures. Grow with the company's needs, which may involve offering legal support across a broad range of topics, including contracts with third parties, diligence efforts, supporting strategic partnering collaborations and employment matters. Continue to lead the efforts towards greater efficiency of legal processes, procedures and infrastructure necessary to help scale into a much larger company. Work with business partners to drive appropriate review and approval processes. Work cross-functionally to ensure that the legal organization is able to support business growth.

Qualifications: J.D. degree from an ABA-accredited law school and active member of the State Bar. 8+ years of experience practicing corporate governance and securities law, working in a large law firm and/or in-house. Strong leadership skills and self-awareness to have the right influence on the executive team and the rest of the company. A great balance of strategic and tactical with a high sense of urgency and execution speed. Quick in the actions and understand that the role is as a service provider. Strong follow-through and ability to consistently meet deadlines. The highest degree of professional ethics and personal integrity.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2022-08-08

Senior Counsel, Corporate And Securities

Atlanta GA Senior Counsel, Corporate And Securities Duties: Lead the preparation and coordination of various periodic reports and filings pursuant to the 34 Act, including Form 10-Ks, 10-Qs, Form 8-Ks and proxy statements. Advice on all corporate disclosure matters and compliance with relevant securities laws, SEC reporting and compliance rules and regulations. Partner with the leadership team on corporate governance matters, including matters related to the Board, shareholders, auditors, regulators, and the global subsidiaries. Assist in managing the equity incentive plans and operations. Manage the company's regulatory matters, such as the corporate insurance program (property, casualty, D&O, etc.) antitrust matters, and legal tax matters. Develop and implement an overall corporate risk/compliance program. Effectively manage external corporate, securities, international and regulatory counsel. Monitor and assess potential impacts of new and proposed securities laws, corporate governance developments and trends. Collaborate cross-functionally to identify and craft appropriate disclosures. Grow with the company's needs, which may involve offering legal support across a broad range of topics, including contracts with third parties, diligence efforts, supporting strategic partnering collaborations and employment matters. Continue to lead the efforts towards greater efficiency of legal processes, procedures and infrastructure necessary to help scale into a much larger company. Work with business partners to drive appropriate review and approval processes. Work cross-functionally to ensure that the legal organization is able to support business growth.

Qualifications: J.D. degree from an ABA-accredited law school and active member of the State Bar. 8+ years of experience practicing corporate governance and securities law, working in a large law firm and/or in-house. Strong leadership skills and self-awareness to have the right influence on the executive team and the rest of the company. A great balance of strategic and tactical with a high sense of urgency and execution speed. Quick in the actions and understand that the role is as a service provider. Strong follow-through and ability to consistently meet deadlines. The highest degree of professional ethics and personal integrity.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2022-08-08

Senior Counsel, Governance And Securities

Chicago IL Senior Counsel, Governance and Securities The candidate will be preparing for board of directors' meetings, including preparation of meeting agendas, materials and minutes. Counseling top business management and other employees across the business on corporate governance, securities laws, and disclosure matters, including broad familiarity with executive compensation matters. Leading the preparation of the company's annual proxy statement. Leading the preparation for the company's annual meeting of shareholders. Assisting with shareholder engagement, including investor outreach related to corporate governance practices, and assessing and advising on related policies and practices. Managing Section 16 filings for directors and executive officers. Helping coordinate internal and external legal resources to assist with compliance with international securities law. Staying abreast of emerging trends and developments in governance and corporate and securities law, and coordinating internal and external resources to provide education and training. Helping advise on other corporate governance, SEC reporting and monitoring, disclosure and securities and stock exchange listing compliance matters. Assisting with the preparation and review of the company's Exchange Act reports and Securities Act registration statements.

The candidate should have 6+ years of practice, preferably at a law firm and/or in-house at another public company. Demonstrated knowledge and command of and significant relevant experience with governance and securities law issues. Ability to work within a complex and fast-moving environment, to drive rigorous, fact-based recommendations to senior management. Maintains confidentiality of information, exercises appropriate discretion and uses information appropriately. Adherence to high moral, ethical, and personal values in decisions, communications, actions, and interactions with others in alignment with organizational goals and values. Contributes to building a positive team spirit and treats others with respect. Willingness to engage dynamically in building a new team that aligns effectively to support its business partners. Adaptable, flexible and open to change in response to new information and different or unexpected circumstances, with the ability to work in ambiguous situations. Develops positive relationships and leads through influence with internal partners, builds consensus and prioritizes action and results. Licensed in good standing to practice law in the State of Illinois or eligibility to gain admission as Illinois House Counsel.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2022-08-08

Director & Senior Counsel, Securities & Corporate Governance

Denver CO Director and Senior Counsel, Securities and Corporate Governance Responsibilities: Prepare and file SEC disclosure documents, including registration statements and multiple periodic filings (10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, Form 4s, etc). Prepare and file UK annual report and additional required UK incorporation documents and filings. Lead the annual proxy season process and assist with quarterly and annual earnings and other press releases. Provide legal support to private equity owner's outside counsel regarding sell-down ownership activities, including secondary offerings, block trades, etc. Provide legal support to Human Resources function concerning employee and director equity programs and ownership restrictions and reporting requirements. Prepare all board and committee meeting materials, minutes and resolutions, and other necessary board documentation. Responsible for annual planning and maintenance of a public company compliance calendar, including the scheduling of all required US and UK filings, the annual general meeting, and board and committee meetings. Act as primary legal department representative to board's compensation committee, including supporting Human Resources in preparation of compensation committee materials. Manage corporate filings and other maintenance requirements for corporate entities in global locations. Conduct due diligence on potential board members. Implement corporate governance and related policies. Manage a small team including the Compliance and Corporate Secretary. Provide legal support to finance and treasury teams regarding financing structures, debt payment, consolidation and/or extension, and other financial instruments, as needed. Provide legal support (in conjunction with outside counsel) for global tax projects as they pertain to corporate entity creation, merger and/or dissolution. Member of in-house team addressing corporate merger, acquisition and/or other strategic inorganic growth activities, including conducting due diligence. Advise the Board of Directors and executive leadership team on the application of regulatory governance and compliance trends and requirements, SEC, NYSE and UK Companies Act issues, and public company best practices.

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree, with Juris Doctorate (J.D.) degree from an accredited law school, with 6-10 years of experience in public company corporate and securities law, preferably at a major law firm. In-house experience desired. Experience in securities, corporate governance, public company compliance, finance, corporate transactions, and M&A. Excellent verbal and written communications skills, strong interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to communicate well with all levels of the organization and with external clients. Proven ability to spot issues, research, investigate, and use independent judgment to solve problems.
Legal 6 - 10 Full-time 2022-07-29

Counsel, Securities

Houston TX Counsel, Securities Duties: Interface effectively with senior executives and company officers, providing advice and counsel, as well as reporting and communicating with them as appropriate on vital issues. Coordinating and providing legal advice on corporate governance, Delaware corporation law, SEC, Sarbanes-Oxley, and NYSE/NYSE American compliance and disclosure matters. Coordinating and preparing SEC filings, including 8-Ks, 10-Ks, and 10-Qs, Section 16, and other public disclosures. Providing legal support for Investor Relations, Climate and Sustainability, and other external communications, including reviewing press and media releases, corporate web site materials, earnings announcements, investor presentations and Corporate Responsibility reports. Assisting in preparing for meetings of shareholders, Board of Directors, and committees of the Board of Directors. Assisting with legal aspects of securities offerings, including coordinating due diligence and reviewing offering documents and registration statements. Assisting with the preparation of proxy statements and conducting the annual shareholder meeting. Establishing and maintaining internal and external practices of the highest quality in dealing with SEC requirements. Proactively addressing potential securities and compliances issues to prevent or minimize legal risk to the company. Keeping informed of laws, regulations, and industry trends affecting the company and assisting with the development of policies and training, as needed. Add value to transactions rather than shepherding the process. Lead, manage, and aggressively coordinate outside counsel to effectively handle specialized matters as well as orchestrate large-scale projects involving multiple firms each handling interrelated, time sensitive, and critical issues. Foster a philosophy of offering innovative commercial/business-oriented solutions, particularly within the legal department.

Qualifications: Bachelor's and JD degrees with strong academic credentials. 4-8 years of experience with a top law firm and/or in-house legal department performing securities law compliance (including Exchange Act reports), corporate governance and capital markets work in the energy sector with a focus on master limited partnerships (MLPs), corporate and project finance, M&A, and other general corporate matters. Strong commercial orientation within the energy industry. Ability to think critically, solve problems independently and exercise excellent judgment and common sense. Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to effectively interact with all levels within the organization, including senior management. Strong business acumen coupled with exceptional analytical and legal research skills. Significant prior legal experience in a well-regarded law firm. Proven ability to work at a fast pace without losing sight of the details. Excellent decision-making and problem-solving skills. Organized, detail-oriented, and focused on results, yet comfortable with changing conditions. Well-grounded, preferring to work in a collegial and team environment. Ability to effectively work with and manage outside counsel. Ability to take control with little to no supervision. Resolution-minded and goal-oriented. Flexible in thought and action. Impeccable ethics.
Legal 4 - 8 Full-time 2022-07-27

Senior Attorney, Corporate And Securities Law

Louisville KY Senior Attorney, Corporate and Securities Law The candidate will report to the Vice President, Associate General Counsel, and Corporate Secretary and will assist with corporate governance, securities law compliance, transactional matters (including acquisitions and divestitures), executive compensation, tax, and with legal support of the Company's corporate development and finance functions. Advice on all aspects of corporate governance and SEC reporting and compliance, including Form 10-K, 10-Q, proxy statement, and 8-K disclosures, Section 16 reporting, and compliance as well as compliance with NYSE listing standards. Provide advice and stay abreast of SEC developments and corporate governance; proactively guide and provide advice to clients in connection with the same. Assist with Disclosure Committee and CEO and CFO quarterly certification process; provide decision making on public disclosures and ensure compliance with Regulation FD and insider trading laws. Evaluate, structure, and execute acquisitions and dispositions. Provide legal support to the corporate finance function, including capital raising and tax and treasury activities. Support investor relations and corporate communications teams. Provide counsel on legal and regulatory matters related to executive compensation and equity incentive plans. International corporate subsidiary governance. General contract review, drafting, and negotiation. Support corporate compliance function and Audit Committee of the Board.

The candidate must have a Law Degree (Juris Doctorate or Equivalent) with 5+ years of legal experience in a private law firm and/or corporate legal department; deep knowledge of SEC and NYSE compliance, including corporate governance, public reporting requirements, and finance and capital raising activities; superior academic record and legal education; highest quality writing and documentation skills, including communicating complex legal issues to non-lawyers; project management experience; ability to supervise and manage outside counsel relationships and paralegal; excellent interpersonal and oral communication skills; ability to develop innovative approaches to complex legal issues in support of strategic business initiatives and objectives; working knowledge of Delaware corporate law; transactional experience M&A, corporate finance, and commercial; proven ability to supervise and manage outside counsel relationships and internal staff; experience with international M&A or corporate finance transactions. Must be Collegial, positive attitude; self-starter.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-07-27

Corporate Securities Counsel

Foster City CA Corporate Securities Counsel The candidate will lead the preparation and coordination of various periodic report filings pursuant to the 34 Act, including Form 10-Ks, 10-Qs, Form 8-Ks, and proxy statements. Advice on all corporate disclosure matters and compliance with relevant securities laws, SEC reporting, and compliance rules and regulations. Effectively manage external corporate securities counsel. Monitor and assess potential impacts of new and proposed securities laws, corporate governance developments, and trends. Collaborate cross-functionally to identify and craft appropriate disclosures. Grow with the company's needs, which may involve offering legal support across a broad range of topics, including contracts with third parties, diligence efforts, supporting strategic partnering collaborations, and employment matters. Provide strategic, practical advice to finance, accounting, human resources, and investor relations. Help develop, implement, and continuously improve company processes and procedures.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an ABA-accredited law school and 3+ years of experience as a corporate securities attorney working in a large law firm and/or in-house. Experience and comfort in drafting SEC filings and transaction agreements. Representation of public companies on periodic securities filings, governance issues, and Board support. Must have a flexible mindset, strong business judgment, and capable of understanding complex topics and finding streamlined solutions to legal and business problems. Must be a self-starter with excellent follow-through and ability to prioritize responsibilities, accountable, dependable, and self-motivated. Must have the ability to work independently and apply good business and legal judgment in assessing compliance issues. Aptitude for maintaining strong working cross-functional relationships. Must have understood securities principles and their impact on the business. Communication and Influence, and strong communication skills. Must have a track record of conducting a careful and thoughtful analysis of complex legal and business agreements and the ability to weigh and articulate the risk and reward of various scenarios in a business-friendly manner. Must have well-developed organizational and prioritization abilities allowing for the smooth and simultaneous management of multiple projects with complex and demanding deadlines.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2022-07-25

Senior Director/vp - Corporate Securities & Financing Legal Counsel

Richardson TX Senior Director/VP - Corporate Securities & Financing Legal Counsel Responsibilities: Review, draft and negotiate all types of corporate transactional documents and agreements, with strong business and technical judgment, accuracy and precision. Identify and inform appropriate stakeholders of business and legal risks, mindful of company values. Assist with preparing for and managing Board and committee meetings and related governance matters. Respond promptly and succinctly to assistance requests from business partners and colleagues. Manage priorities and work independently, driving transactions to successful conclusion. Respectfully challenge existing practices and contribute to their continuous improvement. Provide back up and assistance as needed to other Legal team members. Manage a senior corporate paralegal.

Qualifications: A JD degree from an accredited law school and a license to practice law in the State of California (in good standing). 6+ years of relevant experience with a top-tier U.S. law firm in handling complex corporate securities matters, corporate governance, M&A and financing transactions, ideally involving technology companies, and 12+ years of practice as an attorney. While additional in-house experience is preferred, especially if it includes exposure to other substantive legal areas, it's not a hard requirement for the right candidate. It's the relevant experience, quality, can-do attitude, work ethic, judgment and interest in corporate securities and governance, M&A and financing transactions that is highly valued. Experience negotiating and drafting that involved jurisdictions and parties outside the U.S. is a plus. Ability to work and negotiate effectively with persons at various levels of experience while gaining their trust, confidence and respect. Ability to build constructive long-term relationships both internally and externally. Outstanding drafting skills and meticulous attention to detail and quality. Ability to confront uncertainty while calmly and creatively tailoring solutions to meet the company's needs, and optimizing the efficient use of limited resources. Ability to prioritize and adaptively focus on what really matters, using maturity and judgment. Collaborative work style with all levels of employees across the organization. Demonstrate genuine openness to new ideas, perspectives, cultures and approaches.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2022-07-18

Corporate Counsel, Corporate & Securities

Boise ID Corporate Counsel, Corporate & Securities The candidate will assist in the preparation, coordinate legal input, and provide overall legal and filing support for current and periodic SEC reports, including Forms 10-K, Forms 10-Q, and Forms 8-K. Prepare, review and provide compliance and disclosure advice concerning Section 16 reporting. Advice on investor relations and communications matters, including review of earnings announcements, earnings scripts, press releases, investor presentations, investor communications, internal communications, and other materials. Assist in the preparation, coordinate legal and internal stakeholder input, and provide overall legal support for the preparation of proxy statements and related materials. Assist with shareholder engagement matters and perform research relating to various corporate governance issues. Assist with annual stockholder meeting matters. Assist in efforts in the preparation, implementation, and refinement of forms, processes, and procedures relevant to areas of coverage. Work on special projects as needed. Must have a JD degree. Must have 3-5 years of legal experience at a law firm or in-house advising public companies. A mix of law firm and in-house experience is a plus. Experience advising clients in securities law ( 33 and 34 Act) and SEC reporting and compliance matters and corporate governance issues. Experience with finance and capital markets transactions is a plus. Highly organized and able to work both independently and as a member of a team. Experience managing and improving processes. Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills, attention to detail, and the ability to handle multiple projects at one time. Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2022-07-18

Corporate Attorney - Securities And M&a

Tampa FL Corporate Attorney - Securities and M&A The candidate will prepare and manage the Company's SEC filings and other public disclosure documents, including 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, proxy statements, and other SEC- and NYSE-related documents. Ensure compliance with SEC and stock market listing rules, where applicable. Support the SVP, General Counsel in advising the Board of Directors on corporate governance and improving Board processes and practices; Assist with Board and committee meetings and minute-taking, and maintenance of Committee charters and guidelines, and other corporate policies. Serve as a business partner to the Company's Finance, Internal Audit, Investor Relations, and Communications functions. Support the Company's environmental, social and governance (ESG) function and partner with internal functional groups to foster disclosure-readiness for proposed ESG regulations and disclosures. Support the SVP, General Counsel and other corporate functions with regard to routine proxy-season shareholder outreach and management of proxy advisor ratings questionnaires. Support the SVP, General Counsel in providing securities law disclosure review and advice (e.g., press and earnings releases, investor relations presentations, website disclosures, Regulation G, Regulation FD matters) and administration of the Company's insider trading policy. Work with outside counsel and various agencies and authorities with respect to legal entity filings, liquidity positioning, subsidiary governance and maintenance. Support M&A team in developing strategies and structures to successfully achieve desired portfolio-shaping objectives through business acquisitions, divestitures and joint ventures. Select and manage outside counsel to support M&A transactions and on occasion, draft transaction documentation, including purchase and merger agreements, transition services agreements, trademark licenses, co-manufacturing arrangements, real property agreements, joint venture and shareholder agreements; lead legal due diligence and data room management. Assist SVP, General Counsel with various legal matters and perform other tasks as assigned from time to time. Work on complex issues where analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth knowledge of the Company; Regularly interact with executives and senior managers in connection with matters of significance to the organization.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited US law school and 5 years of experience practicing as an attorney; Law firm experience, in-house experience preferred. Member in good standing of a State Bar Association. Strong negotiation and decision-making. Self-starter who is open-minded embraces technology and thrives in a dynamic environment. Leadership skills and emotional intelligence. Executive, board room presence. Outstanding communication to all levels of the organization and outside parties. Excels under pressure, willing to go the extra mile in a constantly changing environment. Organized, detail-oriented, and self-motivated with little supervision. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with the team, customers, and vendors. Well-versed in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. Positive attitude and ethics. A team player who supports the company's values and culture.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-07-15
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Associate General Counsel
In-House,Clipboard Health
Location : San Francisco California United States

About the role: You have operated at a senior and managerial level on previous legal teams. You have deep corporate and commercial experience and excel at reviewing and revising a wide variety of commercial and employment agreements. You are a sol... + read more

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In-House Corporate Attorney
In-House,InSync Healthcare Solutions
Location : Tampa Florida United States

In-House Corporate Attorney   The Qualifacts+Credible and InSync Legal Team is seeking an experienced attorney with two (2) to three (3) years of general corporate and healthcare experience for a Corporate Counsel position in our new office in ... + read more

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Senior Counsel, Corporate And Securities
Refer job# SIEF169911
 
Senior Counsel, Corporate And Securities Duties: Lead the preparation and coordination of various periodic reports and filings pursuant to the 34 Act, including Form 10-Ks, 10-Qs, Form 8-Ks and proxy statements. Advice on all corporate disclosure matters and compliance with relevant securities laws, SEC reporting and compliance rules and regulations. Partner with the leadership team on corporate governance matters, including matters related to the Board, shareholders, auditors, regulators, and the global subsidiaries. Assist in managing the equity incentive plans and operations. Manage the company's regulatory matters, such as the corporate insurance program (property, casualty, D&O, etc.) antitrust matters, and legal tax matters. Develop and implement an overall corporate risk/compliance program. Effectively manage external corporate, securities, international and regulatory counsel. Monitor and assess potential impacts of new and proposed securities laws, corporate governance developments and trends. Collaborate cross-functionally to identify and craft appropriate disclosures. Grow with the company's needs, which may involve offering legal support across a broad range of topics, including contracts with third parties, diligence efforts, supporting strategic partnering collaborations and employment matters. Continue to lead the efforts towards greater efficiency of legal processes, procedures and infrastructure necessary to help scale into a much larger company. Work with business partners to drive appropriate review and approval processes. Work cross-functionally to ensure that the legal organization is able to support business growth.

Qualifications: J.D. degree from an ABA-accredited law school and active member of the State Bar. 8+ years of experience practicing corporate governance and securities law, working in a large law firm and/or in-house. Strong leadership skills and self-awareness to have the right influence on the executive team and the rest of the company. A great balance of strategic and tactical with a high sense of urgency and execution speed. Quick in the actions and understand that the role is as a service provider. Strong follow-through and ability to consistently meet deadlines. The highest degree of professional ethics and personal integrity.
 
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Senior Counsel, Corporate And Securities
Refer job# MISU169912
 
Senior Counsel, Corporate And Securities Duties: Lead the preparation and coordination of various periodic reports and filings pursuant to the 34 Act, including Form 10-Ks, 10-Qs, Form 8-Ks and proxy statements. Advice on all corporate disclosure matters and compliance with relevant securities laws, SEC reporting and compliance rules and regulations. Partner with the leadership team on corporate governance matters, including matters related to the Board, shareholders, auditors, regulators, and the global subsidiaries. Assist in managing the equity incentive plans and operations. Manage the company's regulatory matters, such as the corporate insurance program (property, casualty, D&O, etc.) antitrust matters, and legal tax matters. Develop and implement an overall corporate risk/compliance program. Effectively manage external corporate, securities, international and regulatory counsel. Monitor and assess potential impacts of new and proposed securities laws, corporate governance developments and trends. Collaborate cross-functionally to identify and craft appropriate disclosures. Grow with the company's needs, which may involve offering legal support across a broad range of topics, including contracts with third parties, diligence efforts, supporting strategic partnering collaborations and employment matters. Continue to lead the efforts towards greater efficiency of legal processes, procedures and infrastructure necessary to help scale into a much larger company. Work with business partners to drive appropriate review and approval processes. Work cross-functionally to ensure that the legal organization is able to support business growth.

Qualifications: J.D. degree from an ABA-accredited law school and active member of the State Bar. 8+ years of experience practicing corporate governance and securities law, working in a large law firm and/or in-house. Strong leadership skills and self-awareness to have the right influence on the executive team and the rest of the company. A great balance of strategic and tactical with a high sense of urgency and execution speed. Quick in the actions and understand that the role is as a service provider. Strong follow-through and ability to consistently meet deadlines. The highest degree of professional ethics and personal integrity.
 
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Senior Counsel, Governance And Securities
Refer job# KTPV169928
 
Senior Counsel, Governance and Securities The candidate will be preparing for board of directors' meetings, including preparation of meeting agendas, materials and minutes. Counseling top business management and other employees across the business on corporate governance, securities laws, and disclosure matters, including broad familiarity with executive compensation matters. Leading the preparation of the company's annual proxy statement. Leading the preparation for the company's annual meeting of shareholders. Assisting with shareholder engagement, including investor outreach related to corporate governance practices, and assessing and advising on related policies and practices. Managing Section 16 filings for directors and executive officers. Helping coordinate internal and external legal resources to assist with compliance with international securities law. Staying abreast of emerging trends and developments in governance and corporate and securities law, and coordinating internal and external resources to provide education and training. Helping advise on other corporate governance, SEC reporting and monitoring, disclosure and securities and stock exchange listing compliance matters. Assisting with the preparation and review of the company's Exchange Act reports and Securities Act registration statements.

The candidate should have 6+ years of practice, preferably at a law firm and/or in-house at another public company. Demonstrated knowledge and command of and significant relevant experience with governance and securities law issues. Ability to work within a complex and fast-moving environment, to drive rigorous, fact-based recommendations to senior management. Maintains confidentiality of information, exercises appropriate discretion and uses information appropriately. Adherence to high moral, ethical, and personal values in decisions, communications, actions, and interactions with others in alignment with organizational goals and values. Contributes to building a positive team spirit and treats others with respect. Willingness to engage dynamically in building a new team that aligns effectively to support its business partners. Adaptable, flexible and open to change in response to new information and different or unexpected circumstances, with the ability to work in ambiguous situations. Develops positive relationships and leads through influence with internal partners, builds consensus and prioritizes action and results. Licensed in good standing to practice law in the State of Illinois or eligibility to gain admission as Illinois House Counsel.
 
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Director & Senior Counsel, Securities & Corporate Governance
Refer job# NQQQ169817
 
Director and Senior Counsel, Securities and Corporate Governance Responsibilities: Prepare and file SEC disclosure documents, including registration statements and multiple periodic filings (10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, Form 4s, etc). Prepare and file UK annual report and additional required UK incorporation documents and filings. Lead the annual proxy season process and assist with quarterly and annual earnings and other press releases. Provide legal support to private equity owner's outside counsel regarding sell-down ownership activities, including secondary offerings, block trades, etc. Provide legal support to Human Resources function concerning employee and director equity programs and ownership restrictions and reporting requirements. Prepare all board and committee meeting materials, minutes and resolutions, and other necessary board documentation. Responsible for annual planning and maintenance of a public company compliance calendar, including the scheduling of all required US and UK filings, the annual general meeting, and board and committee meetings. Act as primary legal department representative to board's compensation committee, including supporting Human Resources in preparation of compensation committee materials. Manage corporate filings and other maintenance requirements for corporate entities in global locations. Conduct due diligence on potential board members. Implement corporate governance and related policies. Manage a small team including the Compliance and Corporate Secretary. Provide legal support to finance and treasury teams regarding financing structures, debt payment, consolidation and/or extension, and other financial instruments, as needed. Provide legal support (in conjunction with outside counsel) for global tax projects as they pertain to corporate entity creation, merger and/or dissolution. Member of in-house team addressing corporate merger, acquisition and/or other strategic inorganic growth activities, including conducting due diligence. Advise the Board of Directors and executive leadership team on the application of regulatory governance and compliance trends and requirements, SEC, NYSE and UK Companies Act issues, and public company best practices.

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree, with Juris Doctorate (J.D.) degree from an accredited law school, with 6-10 years of experience in public company corporate and securities law, preferably at a major law firm. In-house experience desired. Experience in securities, corporate governance, public company compliance, finance, corporate transactions, and M&A. Excellent verbal and written communications skills, strong interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to communicate well with all levels of the organization and with external clients. Proven ability to spot issues, research, investigate, and use independent judgment to solve problems.
 
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Counsel, Securities
Refer job# KQBH169761
 
Counsel, Securities Duties: Interface effectively with senior executives and company officers, providing advice and counsel, as well as reporting and communicating with them as appropriate on vital issues. Coordinating and providing legal advice on corporate governance, Delaware corporation law, SEC, Sarbanes-Oxley, and NYSE/NYSE American compliance and disclosure matters. Coordinating and preparing SEC filings, including 8-Ks, 10-Ks, and 10-Qs, Section 16, and other public disclosures. Providing legal support for Investor Relations, Climate and Sustainability, and other external communications, including reviewing press and media releases, corporate web site materials, earnings announcements, investor presentations and Corporate Responsibility reports. Assisting in preparing for meetings of shareholders, Board of Directors, and committees of the Board of Directors. Assisting with legal aspects of securities offerings, including coordinating due diligence and reviewing offering documents and registration statements. Assisting with the preparation of proxy statements and conducting the annual shareholder meeting. Establishing and maintaining internal and external practices of the highest quality in dealing with SEC requirements. Proactively addressing potential securities and compliances issues to prevent or minimize legal risk to the company. Keeping informed of laws, regulations, and industry trends affecting the company and assisting with the development of policies and training, as needed. Add value to transactions rather than shepherding the process. Lead, manage, and aggressively coordinate outside counsel to effectively handle specialized matters as well as orchestrate large-scale projects involving multiple firms each handling interrelated, time sensitive, and critical issues. Foster a philosophy of offering innovative commercial/business-oriented solutions, particularly within the legal department.

Qualifications: Bachelor's and JD degrees with strong academic credentials. 4-8 years of experience with a top law firm and/or in-house legal department performing securities law compliance (including Exchange Act reports), corporate governance and capital markets work in the energy sector with a focus on master limited partnerships (MLPs), corporate and project finance, M&A, and other general corporate matters. Strong commercial orientation within the energy industry. Ability to think critically, solve problems independently and exercise excellent judgment and common sense. Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to effectively interact with all levels within the organization, including senior management. Strong business acumen coupled with exceptional analytical and legal research skills. Significant prior legal experience in a well-regarded law firm. Proven ability to work at a fast pace without losing sight of the details. Excellent decision-making and problem-solving skills. Organized, detail-oriented, and focused on results, yet comfortable with changing conditions. Well-grounded, preferring to work in a collegial and team environment. Ability to effectively work with and manage outside counsel. Ability to take control with little to no supervision. Resolution-minded and goal-oriented. Flexible in thought and action. Impeccable ethics.
 
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Senior Attorney, Corporate And Securities Law
Refer job# QZBO169767
 
Senior Attorney, Corporate and Securities Law The candidate will report to the Vice President, Associate General Counsel, and Corporate Secretary and will assist with corporate governance, securities law compliance, transactional matters (including acquisitions and divestitures), executive compensation, tax, and with legal support of the Company's corporate development and finance functions. Advice on all aspects of corporate governance and SEC reporting and compliance, including Form 10-K, 10-Q, proxy statement, and 8-K disclosures, Section 16 reporting, and compliance as well as compliance with NYSE listing standards. Provide advice and stay abreast of SEC developments and corporate governance; proactively guide and provide advice to clients in connection with the same. Assist with Disclosure Committee and CEO and CFO quarterly certification process; provide decision making on public disclosures and ensure compliance with Regulation FD and insider trading laws. Evaluate, structure, and execute acquisitions and dispositions. Provide legal support to the corporate finance function, including capital raising and tax and treasury activities. Support investor relations and corporate communications teams. Provide counsel on legal and regulatory matters related to executive compensation and equity incentive plans. International corporate subsidiary governance. General contract review, drafting, and negotiation. Support corporate compliance function and Audit Committee of the Board.

The candidate must have a Law Degree (Juris Doctorate or Equivalent) with 5+ years of legal experience in a private law firm and/or corporate legal department; deep knowledge of SEC and NYSE compliance, including corporate governance, public reporting requirements, and finance and capital raising activities; superior academic record and legal education; highest quality writing and documentation skills, including communicating complex legal issues to non-lawyers; project management experience; ability to supervise and manage outside counsel relationships and paralegal; excellent interpersonal and oral communication skills; ability to develop innovative approaches to complex legal issues in support of strategic business initiatives and objectives; working knowledge of Delaware corporate law; transactional experience M&A, corporate finance, and commercial; proven ability to supervise and manage outside counsel relationships and internal staff; experience with international M&A or corporate finance transactions. Must be Collegial, positive attitude; self-starter.
 
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Corporate Securities Counsel
Refer job# EPFH169665
 
Corporate Securities Counsel The candidate will lead the preparation and coordination of various periodic report filings pursuant to the 34 Act, including Form 10-Ks, 10-Qs, Form 8-Ks, and proxy statements. Advice on all corporate disclosure matters and compliance with relevant securities laws, SEC reporting, and compliance rules and regulations. Effectively manage external corporate securities counsel. Monitor and assess potential impacts of new and proposed securities laws, corporate governance developments, and trends. Collaborate cross-functionally to identify and craft appropriate disclosures. Grow with the company's needs, which may involve offering legal support across a broad range of topics, including contracts with third parties, diligence efforts, supporting strategic partnering collaborations, and employment matters. Provide strategic, practical advice to finance, accounting, human resources, and investor relations. Help develop, implement, and continuously improve company processes and procedures.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an ABA-accredited law school and 3+ years of experience as a corporate securities attorney working in a large law firm and/or in-house. Experience and comfort in drafting SEC filings and transaction agreements. Representation of public companies on periodic securities filings, governance issues, and Board support. Must have a flexible mindset, strong business judgment, and capable of understanding complex topics and finding streamlined solutions to legal and business problems. Must be a self-starter with excellent follow-through and ability to prioritize responsibilities, accountable, dependable, and self-motivated. Must have the ability to work independently and apply good business and legal judgment in assessing compliance issues. Aptitude for maintaining strong working cross-functional relationships. Must have understood securities principles and their impact on the business. Communication and Influence, and strong communication skills. Must have a track record of conducting a careful and thoughtful analysis of complex legal and business agreements and the ability to weigh and articulate the risk and reward of various scenarios in a business-friendly manner. Must have well-developed organizational and prioritization abilities allowing for the smooth and simultaneous management of multiple projects with complex and demanding deadlines.
 
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Senior Director/vp - Corporate Securities & Financing Legal Counsel
Refer job# DCGV169323
 
Senior Director/VP - Corporate Securities & Financing Legal Counsel Responsibilities: Review, draft and negotiate all types of corporate transactional documents and agreements, with strong business and technical judgment, accuracy and precision. Identify and inform appropriate stakeholders of business and legal risks, mindful of company values. Assist with preparing for and managing Board and committee meetings and related governance matters. Respond promptly and succinctly to assistance requests from business partners and colleagues. Manage priorities and work independently, driving transactions to successful conclusion. Respectfully challenge existing practices and contribute to their continuous improvement. Provide back up and assistance as needed to other Legal team members. Manage a senior corporate paralegal.

Qualifications: A JD degree from an accredited law school and a license to practice law in the State of California (in good standing). 6+ years of relevant experience with a top-tier U.S. law firm in handling complex corporate securities matters, corporate governance, M&A and financing transactions, ideally involving technology companies, and 12+ years of practice as an attorney. While additional in-house experience is preferred, especially if it includes exposure to other substantive legal areas, it's not a hard requirement for the right candidate. It's the relevant experience, quality, can-do attitude, work ethic, judgment and interest in corporate securities and governance, M&A and financing transactions that is highly valued. Experience negotiating and drafting that involved jurisdictions and parties outside the U.S. is a plus. Ability to work and negotiate effectively with persons at various levels of experience while gaining their trust, confidence and respect. Ability to build constructive long-term relationships both internally and externally. Outstanding drafting skills and meticulous attention to detail and quality. Ability to confront uncertainty while calmly and creatively tailoring solutions to meet the company's needs, and optimizing the efficient use of limited resources. Ability to prioritize and adaptively focus on what really matters, using maturity and judgment. Collaborative work style with all levels of employees across the organization. Demonstrate genuine openness to new ideas, perspectives, cultures and approaches.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Corporate & Securities
Refer job# BXOK169325
 
Corporate Counsel, Corporate & Securities The candidate will assist in the preparation, coordinate legal input, and provide overall legal and filing support for current and periodic SEC reports, including Forms 10-K, Forms 10-Q, and Forms 8-K. Prepare, review and provide compliance and disclosure advice concerning Section 16 reporting. Advice on investor relations and communications matters, including review of earnings announcements, earnings scripts, press releases, investor presentations, investor communications, internal communications, and other materials. Assist in the preparation, coordinate legal and internal stakeholder input, and provide overall legal support for the preparation of proxy statements and related materials. Assist with shareholder engagement matters and perform research relating to various corporate governance issues. Assist with annual stockholder meeting matters. Assist in efforts in the preparation, implementation, and refinement of forms, processes, and procedures relevant to areas of coverage. Work on special projects as needed. Must have a JD degree. Must have 3-5 years of legal experience at a law firm or in-house advising public companies. A mix of law firm and in-house experience is a plus. Experience advising clients in securities law ( 33 and 34 Act) and SEC reporting and compliance matters and corporate governance issues. Experience with finance and capital markets transactions is a plus. Highly organized and able to work both independently and as a member of a team. Experience managing and improving processes. Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills, attention to detail, and the ability to handle multiple projects at one time.
 
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Corporate Attorney - Securities And M&a
Refer job# MLVZ169303
 
Corporate Attorney - Securities and M&A The candidate will prepare and manage the Company's SEC filings and other public disclosure documents, including 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, proxy statements, and other SEC- and NYSE-related documents. Ensure compliance with SEC and stock market listing rules, where applicable. Support the SVP, General Counsel in advising the Board of Directors on corporate governance and improving Board processes and practices; Assist with Board and committee meetings and minute-taking, and maintenance of Committee charters and guidelines, and other corporate policies. Serve as a business partner to the Company's Finance, Internal Audit, Investor Relations, and Communications functions. Support the Company's environmental, social and governance (ESG) function and partner with internal functional groups to foster disclosure-readiness for proposed ESG regulations and disclosures. Support the SVP, General Counsel and other corporate functions with regard to routine proxy-season shareholder outreach and management of proxy advisor ratings questionnaires. Support the SVP, General Counsel in providing securities law disclosure review and advice (e.g., press and earnings releases, investor relations presentations, website disclosures, Regulation G, Regulation FD matters) and administration of the Company's insider trading policy. Work with outside counsel and various agencies and authorities with respect to legal entity filings, liquidity positioning, subsidiary governance and maintenance. Support M&A team in developing strategies and structures to successfully achieve desired portfolio-shaping objectives through business acquisitions, divestitures and joint ventures. Select and manage outside counsel to support M&A transactions and on occasion, draft transaction documentation, including purchase and merger agreements, transition services agreements, trademark licenses, co-manufacturing arrangements, real property agreements, joint venture and shareholder agreements; lead legal due diligence and data room management. Assist SVP, General Counsel with various legal matters and perform other tasks as assigned from time to time. Work on complex issues where analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth knowledge of the Company; Regularly interact with executives and senior managers in connection with matters of significance to the organization.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited US law school and 5 years of experience practicing as an attorney; Law firm experience, in-house experience preferred. Member in good standing of a State Bar Association. Strong negotiation and decision-making. Self-starter who is open-minded embraces technology and thrives in a dynamic environment. Leadership skills and emotional intelligence. Executive, board room presence. Outstanding communication to all levels of the organization and outside parties. Excels under pressure, willing to go the extra mile in a constantly changing environment. Organized, detail-oriented, and self-motivated with little supervision. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with the team, customers, and vendors. Well-versed in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. Positive attitude and ethics. A team player who supports the company's values and culture.
 
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