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Senior Legal Counsel Corporate & Securities

Billerica MA Senior Legal Counsel - Corporate & Securities DUTIES: Ensuring ongoing company compliance with all applicable filings with U.S. Securities and Exchange and NASDAQ, including periodic filings, proxy statements and Section 16 reporting. Providing support for other securities law issues, including but not limited to FLIRs insider trading policy, Regulation FD compliance, and current reporting on Form 8-K. Advising internal clients with respect to compliance with all applicable securities and corporate laws and corporate governance matters. Providing support with respect to securities offerings, including preparing related documents and advising internal clients. Working with business groups to structure and negotiate business transactions, strategic business development initiatives Ensuring that FLIR complies with other regulatory requirements and filings and with commercial and contractual obligations. Supporting the General Counsel and Secretary with Board of Directors matters including preparing meeting materials, minutes, consents, resolutions and certificates, charters and policies. Researching relevant statutes, rulings, and precedents to be used as a basis for answering requests for legal opinions of a routine nature or limited scope. Assisting with management and coordination of FLIRs complete compliance program, including the scaling and monitoring of procedures and controls, the assessment of compliance risks, managing compliance best practices in all relevant areas, including Code of Ethical Business Conduct, Enterprise Risk Assessments, SOX and antitrust. Management of FLIRs global legal entities, including ensuring that legal entities are created, maintained, and dissolved in a controlled manner that meets regulatory standards and business needs. Advising internal clients regarding legal requirements, best practices, and strategies for managing risk in order to avoid negative publicity issues and litigation to advance FLIRs mission statement. Providing support with corporate finance transactions, such as credit facilities, public debt offerings, commercial paper, etc. Providing support with executive compensation and equity compensation disclosure and administration. Providing support with earnings releases, analyst/investor conferences, disclosure issues and shareholder proposals. Coordinates work with outside counsel and internal clients, and effectively manages outside counsels work product and costs.

QUALIFICATIONS: Licensed to practice law in at least one state, and willingness to be admitted to VA Bar. Relevant substantive 10+ years of experience with a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Exceptional academic credentials from an ABA (American Bar Association) accredited law school.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-01-09

Senior Legal Counsel Corporate & Securities

Arlington VA Senior Legal Counsel - Corporate & Securities DUTIES: Ensuring ongoing company compliance with all applicable filings with U.S. Securities and Exchange and NASDAQ, including periodic filings, proxy statements and Section 16 reporting. Providing support for other securities law issues, including but not limited to insider trading policy, Regulation FD compliance, and current reporting on Form 8-K. Advising internal clients with respect to compliance with all applicable securities and corporate laws and corporate governance matters. Providing support with respect to securities offerings, including preparing related documents and advising internal clients. Working with business groups to structure and negotiate business transactions, strategic business development initiatives Ensuring that complies with other regulatory requirements and filings and with commercial and contractual obligations. Supporting the General Counsel and Secretary with Board of Directors matters including preparing meeting materials, minutes, consents, resolutions and certificates, charters and policies. Researching relevant statutes, rulings, and precedents to be used as a basis for answering requests for legal opinions of a routine nature or limited scope. Assisting with management and coordination of complete compliance program, including the scaling and monitoring of procedures and controls, the assessment of compliance risks, managing compliance best practices in all relevant areas, including Code of Ethical Business Conduct, Enterprise Risk Assessments, SOX and antitrust. Management of global legal entities, including ensuring that legal entities are created, maintained, and dissolved in a controlled manner that meets regulatory standards and business needs. Advising internal clients regarding legal requirements, best practices, and strategies for managing risk in order to avoid negative publicity issues and litigation to advance mission statement. Providing support with corporate finance transactions, such as credit facilities, public debt offerings, commercial paper, etc. Providing support with executive compensation and equity compensation disclosure and administration. Providing support with earnings releases, analyst/investor conferences, disclosure issues and shareholder proposals. Coordinates work with outside counsel and internal clients, and effectively manages outside counsels work product and costs.

QUALIFICATIONS: Licensed to practice law in at least one state, and willingness to be admitted to VA Bar. Relevant substantive 10+ years of experience with a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Exceptional academic credentials from an ABA (American Bar Association) accredited law school.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-01-09

Securities Attorney

Falls Church VA Securities Attorney Duties: Provide legal advice and counsel with respect to securities law issues, corporate governance, board materials, board committee filings, securities filings requirements and compliance, disclosure obligations and committee materials, shareholder services, and related areas of responsibility. Review and advise on the preparation of all public company disclosure matters, including SEC and NASDAQ filings (including Forms 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, and annual proxy statement) and Section 16 compliance. Support the annual meeting of stockholders, as well as supporting board of directors and board committee meetings, as needed. Provide legal advice and counsel with respect to insider trading laws and the companys insider trading policy. Collaborate and work cross-functionally across multiple departments on matters relating to SEC reporting and compliance, governance and global subsidiary management. Draft and negotiate debt and equity transaction documents, credit facilities and related agreements, corporate treasury borrowing and derivatives agreements and provide general advice and counsel to clients on these and related corporate financing matters. Serve as a subject matter expert on existing securities laws and regulations, and monitor legal developments and proposed changes in those areas. Assist with general corporate and public company compliance matters and special projects as necessary. Support special corporate and securities projects, including offerings and investments. Oversee and manage outside counsel and staff, as required.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school. Licensed to practice law in one or more U.S. jurisdictions. 3-7 years of experience advising publicly-listed corporations on securities law, debt and equity offerings, and related matters. Experience and familiarity with 33 and 34 act, including periodic reports (8-K, 10-Q, 10-K, proxy statements) and other SEC regulations, including Section 16 reporting obligations. Ability to work independently. Preferred: In-house experience advising publicly-listed corporations on securities law, debt and equity offerings, and related matters. Excellent judgment and the ability to provide clear, reasoned and timely legal advice in the best interests of the company. Familiarity with public company executive compensation. Strong written and oral communication skills. Strong organizational skills. The ability to interact well with business leaders at all levels. Flexibility and a willingness to adapt to the changing needs of the enterprise and business environment. Project management experience. Team player with the ability to proactively collaborate with cross-functional teams. Ability to succeed in a rapidly changing, no frills, results-oriented culture.
Legal 3 - 7 Full-time 2020-01-07

In-house Counsel, Securities

Cincinnati OH In-House Counsel, Securities The candidate will provides advice and guidance to various internal customers on a diverse range of legal issues. Advises management on formulating and implementing creative business-oriented strategies and solutions to mitigate legal exposure. Develops and maintains expertise in federal and state securities laws, rules and regulations. Drafts contracts, disclosure documents and other legal forms. Reviews advertising, public disclosures, policies, and practices for legal compliance. Develops and maintains knowledge of company products, operations and procedures. Will participate in the product development process and litigation management as needed. Analyzes regulatory and legislative changes and determines / communicates impact of changes and responsive actions. Performs other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have JD degree from an accredited law school. Must be admitted to practice of law (Ohio preferred) and in good standing. Should have 5-10 years of experience in relevant areas of law including securities law. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Must have strong analytical skills and the ability to work independently.
Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2020-01-07

Chief Securities Counsel

Parsippany NJ Chief Securities Counsel (43965) Duties: Serve as primary contact for securities and financial reporting, including quarterly and annual SEC reports; drafting, formatting, uploading and filing of periodic reports filed with the SEC; responses to SEC comment letters; prepare and file Section 16 filings for directors and officers; work with Corporate Secretarys office to coordinate proxy statement drafting and distribution, proxy solicitation, and annual stockholders meeting; draft and monitor compliance with Regulation Fair Disclosure policy. Serve as primary contact for legal review of quarterly earnings releases and tables; quarterly earnings call scripts and presentations; investor presentations and investor meeting materials; support for quarterly earnings calls; chair quarterly disclosure committee meetings and submit report to Audit Committee. Serve as primary legal contact for treasury group and outside counsel in senior credit facility amendments, high yield note offerings, all asset-backed note offerings and local term loans, credit facilities and capital leases; draft and review all offering memoranda, indentures, notes, guarantees, purchase agreements, credit agreements, guarantees, loan agreements, lease agreements, opinions and relevant documents needed for transactions; conduct due diligence and prepare responses; provide advice on compliance with credit agreement and indenture covenants; support Treasury team with derivative transactions, ISDA agreements and protocols, and end-user certifications to CFTC. Creation and maintenance of companys corporate structure, incl. drafting of corporate formation and governance documents, corporate entity restructuring, appointment of officers and directors, and maintenance of organizational records; support M&A team with incorporation of new entities, or amended organizational documents, board members and officers for acquired subsidiaries. Intercompany Loan, Guarantees and Cash Movement: Provide legal support to facilitate loans, dividends, distributions and other cash movement between domestic and international entities. Confirm compliance with financial and other covenants in companys debt documents. Provide legal guidance concerning company share repurchases; coordinate drafting and execution of share repurchase plan with broker. Serve as primary contact for outside auditors to certify litigation reserve reporting and material changes; coordinate periodic legal audit letters. Coordinate with former affiliate companies and outside legal counsel on former affiliates litigation, litigation strategy, discovery and settlement negotiations; coordinate former affiliate records management and record retention. Review of various agreements concerning purchase and sale of US and Canadian vehicles with manufacturers, auctions, or third parties. Organize response to FTC, SEC and government agency investigations and information requests; draft responses and negotiate settlements. Provide guidance on Nasdaq reporting rules and compliance. Supervision of legal staff (paralegal, legal assistant); conduct performance reviews; manage roles and job responsibilities; recommend salary increases; ensure proper support for clients and projects; provide feedback; oversee training for new job responsibilities and/or new team members. Corporate governance and entity management (US, Canada and international finance entities); board and shareholder consents; annual reports; corporate organizational chart and corporate database maintenance; electronic & physical minute books. Filing and formatting of SEC current reports, exhibits and Section 16 filings. Debt covenant compliance and certifications. Respond to corporate governance, information and KYC requests from all departments within company, outside auditors, banks, regulatory agencies and others. Support finance transactions; collect due diligence, coordinate closing documents.

Qualifications: Member of the New Jersey bar or the ability to secure admission for a New Jersey in house limited license. 10+ years of securities law reporting/compliance and corporate finance transactions-related subject matter expertise. 5+ years of direct litigation experience at a top firm. 2+ years of prior in-house experience that must include team management and oversight, litigation management and public company litigation reporting in a field-based operations environment.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-28

Assistant General Counsel, Corporate And Securities

Wilmington MA Assistant General Counsel, Corporate and Securities The candidate reports to the General Counsel with primary responsibility for SEC reporting and securities compliance matters and supporting general corporate governance matters. Primary legal responsibility for SEC and Nasdaq reports and filings. Work closely with and advise Corporate Finance, Treasury and Investor Relations staff on securities issues, disclosure matters and external reporting. Prepare, review and file SEC reports and filings, including registration statements, proxy materials, annual, quarterly and current reports, and Section 16 reports. Work with the General Counsel to support the Board of Directors, including attending Committee meetings, preparation of Board materials and minutes, and assisting with onboarding of new directors. Assist with general corporate matters, including governance issues and corporate policies and procedures. Provide legal advice related to the planning, negotiation and implementation of mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and similar strategic transactions. Maintain the custody and supervision of the minute books and other corporate records of the Company and its worldwide subsidiaries. Support the governance of executive compensation, equity and incentive compensation plans. Manage legal budgets, including outside counsel fees and expenses. J.D. Degree required. Should have 8-10+ years of in-house or large law firm experience handling general corporate and SEC matters. Extensive knowledge of federal securities regulations and NASDAQ rules is required. Significant experience representing public companies is required. Licensed and a member in good standing of a State Bar required. Legal 8 - 10 Full-time 2019-12-23
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Senior Legal Counsel Corporate & Securities
Refer job# RCZS147904
 
Senior Legal Counsel - Corporate & Securities DUTIES: Ensuring ongoing company compliance with all applicable filings with U.S. Securities and Exchange and NASDAQ, including periodic filings, proxy statements and Section 16 reporting. Providing support for other securities law issues, including but not limited to FLIRs insider trading policy, Regulation FD compliance, and current reporting on Form 8-K. Advising internal clients with respect to compliance with all applicable securities and corporate laws and corporate governance matters. Providing support with respect to securities offerings, including preparing related documents and advising internal clients. Working with business groups to structure and negotiate business transactions, strategic business development initiatives Ensuring that FLIR complies with other regulatory requirements and filings and with commercial and contractual obligations. Supporting the General Counsel and Secretary with Board of Directors matters including preparing meeting materials, minutes, consents, resolutions and certificates, charters and policies. Researching relevant statutes, rulings, and precedents to be used as a basis for answering requests for legal opinions of a routine nature or limited scope. Assisting with management and coordination of FLIRs complete compliance program, including the scaling and monitoring of procedures and controls, the assessment of compliance risks, managing compliance best practices in all relevant areas, including Code of Ethical Business Conduct, Enterprise Risk Assessments, SOX and antitrust. Management of FLIRs global legal entities, including ensuring that legal entities are created, maintained, and dissolved in a controlled manner that meets regulatory standards and business needs. Advising internal clients regarding legal requirements, best practices, and strategies for managing risk in order to avoid negative publicity issues and litigation to advance FLIRs mission statement. Providing support with corporate finance transactions, such as credit facilities, public debt offerings, commercial paper, etc. Providing support with executive compensation and equity compensation disclosure and administration. Providing support with earnings releases, analyst/investor conferences, disclosure issues and shareholder proposals. Coordinates work with outside counsel and internal clients, and effectively manages outside counsels work product and costs.

QUALIFICATIONS: Licensed to practice law in at least one state, and willingness to be admitted to VA Bar. Relevant substantive 10+ years of experience with a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Exceptional academic credentials from an ABA (American Bar Association) accredited law school.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Legal Counsel Corporate & Securities
Refer job# ZQQR147905
 
Senior Legal Counsel - Corporate & Securities DUTIES: Ensuring ongoing company compliance with all applicable filings with U.S. Securities and Exchange and NASDAQ, including periodic filings, proxy statements and Section 16 reporting. Providing support for other securities law issues, including but not limited to insider trading policy, Regulation FD compliance, and current reporting on Form 8-K. Advising internal clients with respect to compliance with all applicable securities and corporate laws and corporate governance matters. Providing support with respect to securities offerings, including preparing related documents and advising internal clients. Working with business groups to structure and negotiate business transactions, strategic business development initiatives Ensuring that complies with other regulatory requirements and filings and with commercial and contractual obligations. Supporting the General Counsel and Secretary with Board of Directors matters including preparing meeting materials, minutes, consents, resolutions and certificates, charters and policies. Researching relevant statutes, rulings, and precedents to be used as a basis for answering requests for legal opinions of a routine nature or limited scope. Assisting with management and coordination of complete compliance program, including the scaling and monitoring of procedures and controls, the assessment of compliance risks, managing compliance best practices in all relevant areas, including Code of Ethical Business Conduct, Enterprise Risk Assessments, SOX and antitrust. Management of global legal entities, including ensuring that legal entities are created, maintained, and dissolved in a controlled manner that meets regulatory standards and business needs. Advising internal clients regarding legal requirements, best practices, and strategies for managing risk in order to avoid negative publicity issues and litigation to advance mission statement. Providing support with corporate finance transactions, such as credit facilities, public debt offerings, commercial paper, etc. Providing support with executive compensation and equity compensation disclosure and administration. Providing support with earnings releases, analyst/investor conferences, disclosure issues and shareholder proposals. Coordinates work with outside counsel and internal clients, and effectively manages outside counsels work product and costs.

QUALIFICATIONS: Licensed to practice law in at least one state, and willingness to be admitted to VA Bar. Relevant substantive 10+ years of experience with a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Exceptional academic credentials from an ABA (American Bar Association) accredited law school.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Securities Attorney
Refer job# KVJK147881
 
Securities Attorney Duties: Provide legal advice and counsel with respect to securities law issues, corporate governance, board materials, board committee filings, securities filings requirements and compliance, disclosure obligations and committee materials, shareholder services, and related areas of responsibility. Review and advise on the preparation of all public company disclosure matters, including SEC and NASDAQ filings (including Forms 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, and annual proxy statement) and Section 16 compliance. Support the annual meeting of stockholders, as well as supporting board of directors and board committee meetings, as needed. Provide legal advice and counsel with respect to insider trading laws and the companys insider trading policy. Collaborate and work cross-functionally across multiple departments on matters relating to SEC reporting and compliance, governance and global subsidiary management. Draft and negotiate debt and equity transaction documents, credit facilities and related agreements, corporate treasury borrowing and derivatives agreements and provide general advice and counsel to clients on these and related corporate financing matters. Serve as a subject matter expert on existing securities laws and regulations, and monitor legal developments and proposed changes in those areas. Assist with general corporate and public company compliance matters and special projects as necessary. Support special corporate and securities projects, including offerings and investments. Oversee and manage outside counsel and staff, as required.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school. Licensed to practice law in one or more U.S. jurisdictions. 3-7 years of experience advising publicly-listed corporations on securities law, debt and equity offerings, and related matters. Experience and familiarity with 33 and 34 act, including periodic reports (8-K, 10-Q, 10-K, proxy statements) and other SEC regulations, including Section 16 reporting obligations. Ability to work independently. Preferred: In-house experience advising publicly-listed corporations on securities law, debt and equity offerings, and related matters. Excellent judgment and the ability to provide clear, reasoned and timely legal advice in the best interests of the company. Familiarity with public company executive compensation. Strong written and oral communication skills. Strong organizational skills. The ability to interact well with business leaders at all levels. Flexibility and a willingness to adapt to the changing needs of the enterprise and business environment. Project management experience. Team player with the ability to proactively collaborate with cross-functional teams. Ability to succeed in a rapidly changing, no frills, results-oriented culture.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
In-house Counsel, Securities
Refer job# KQOT147895
 
In-House Counsel, Securities The candidate will provides advice and guidance to various internal customers on a diverse range of legal issues. Advises management on formulating and implementing creative business-oriented strategies and solutions to mitigate legal exposure. Develops and maintains expertise in federal and state securities laws, rules and regulations. Drafts contracts, disclosure documents and other legal forms. Reviews advertising, public disclosures, policies, and practices for legal compliance. Develops and maintains knowledge of company products, operations and procedures. Will participate in the product development process and litigation management as needed. Analyzes regulatory and legislative changes and determines / communicates impact of changes and responsive actions. Performs other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have JD degree from an accredited law school. Must be admitted to practice of law (Ohio preferred) and in good standing. Should have 5-10 years of experience in relevant areas of law including securities law. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Must have strong analytical skills and the ability to work independently.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Chief Securities Counsel
Refer job# NPCD147778
 
Chief Securities Counsel (43965) Duties: Serve as primary contact for securities and financial reporting, including quarterly and annual SEC reports; drafting, formatting, uploading and filing of periodic reports filed with the SEC; responses to SEC comment letters; prepare and file Section 16 filings for directors and officers; work with Corporate Secretarys office to coordinate proxy statement drafting and distribution, proxy solicitation, and annual stockholders meeting; draft and monitor compliance with Regulation Fair Disclosure policy. Serve as primary contact for legal review of quarterly earnings releases and tables; quarterly earnings call scripts and presentations; investor presentations and investor meeting materials; support for quarterly earnings calls; chair quarterly disclosure committee meetings and submit report to Audit Committee. Serve as primary legal contact for treasury group and outside counsel in senior credit facility amendments, high yield note offerings, all asset-backed note offerings and local term loans, credit facilities and capital leases; draft and review all offering memoranda, indentures, notes, guarantees, purchase agreements, credit agreements, guarantees, loan agreements, lease agreements, opinions and relevant documents needed for transactions; conduct due diligence and prepare responses; provide advice on compliance with credit agreement and indenture covenants; support Treasury team with derivative transactions, ISDA agreements and protocols, and end-user certifications to CFTC. Creation and maintenance of companys corporate structure, incl. drafting of corporate formation and governance documents, corporate entity restructuring, appointment of officers and directors, and maintenance of organizational records; support M&A team with incorporation of new entities, or amended organizational documents, board members and officers for acquired subsidiaries. Intercompany Loan, Guarantees and Cash Movement: Provide legal support to facilitate loans, dividends, distributions and other cash movement between domestic and international entities. Confirm compliance with financial and other covenants in companys debt documents. Provide legal guidance concerning company share repurchases; coordinate drafting and execution of share repurchase plan with broker. Serve as primary contact for outside auditors to certify litigation reserve reporting and material changes; coordinate periodic legal audit letters. Coordinate with former affiliate companies and outside legal counsel on former affiliates litigation, litigation strategy, discovery and settlement negotiations; coordinate former affiliate records management and record retention. Review of various agreements concerning purchase and sale of US and Canadian vehicles with manufacturers, auctions, or third parties. Organize response to FTC, SEC and government agency investigations and information requests; draft responses and negotiate settlements. Provide guidance on Nasdaq reporting rules and compliance. Supervision of legal staff (paralegal, legal assistant); conduct performance reviews; manage roles and job responsibilities; recommend salary increases; ensure proper support for clients and projects; provide feedback; oversee training for new job responsibilities and/or new team members. Corporate governance and entity management (US, Canada and international finance entities); board and shareholder consents; annual reports; corporate organizational chart and corporate database maintenance; electronic & physical minute books. Filing and formatting of SEC current reports, exhibits and Section 16 filings. Debt covenant compliance and certifications. Respond to corporate governance, information and KYC requests from all departments within company, outside auditors, banks, regulatory agencies and others. Support finance transactions; collect due diligence, coordinate closing documents.

Qualifications: Member of the New Jersey bar or the ability to secure admission for a New Jersey in house limited license. 10+ years of securities law reporting/compliance and corporate finance transactions-related subject matter expertise. 5+ years of direct litigation experience at a top firm. 2+ years of prior in-house experience that must include team management and oversight, litigation management and public company litigation reporting in a field-based operations environment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Assistant General Counsel, Corporate And Securities
Refer job# GLVO147728
 
Assistant General Counsel, Corporate and Securities The candidate reports to the General Counsel with primary responsibility for SEC reporting and securities compliance matters and supporting general corporate governance matters. Primary legal responsibility for SEC and Nasdaq reports and filings. Work closely with and advise Corporate Finance, Treasury and Investor Relations staff on securities issues, disclosure matters and external reporting. Prepare, review and file SEC reports and filings, including registration statements, proxy materials, annual, quarterly and current reports, and Section 16 reports. Work with the General Counsel to support the Board of Directors, including attending Committee meetings, preparation of Board materials and minutes, and assisting with onboarding of new directors. Assist with general corporate matters, including governance issues and corporate policies and procedures. Provide legal advice related to the planning, negotiation and implementation of mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and similar strategic transactions. Maintain the custody and supervision of the minute books and other corporate records of the Company and its worldwide subsidiaries. Support the governance of executive compensation, equity and incentive compensation plans. Manage legal budgets, including outside counsel fees and expenses. J.D. Degree required. Should have 8-10+ years of in-house or large law firm experience handling general corporate and SEC matters. Extensive knowledge of federal securities regulations and NASDAQ rules is required. Significant experience representing public companies is required. Licensed and a member in good standing of a State Bar required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 

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