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Corporate And Securities Attorney

San Diego CA Corporate and Securities Attorney The candidate will draft/review/submit SEC filings, including periodic and current reports, proxy statements and Section 16 reports in collaboration with internal and external finance and legal teams. Advise on applicable securities law issues, including but not limited to the company's fundraising activities. Manage the timeline and preparation for the annual proxy statement and stockholder meeting. Prepare Board of Directors and committee materials. Provide legal advice on disclosure matters, including investor presentations, press releases, and other corporate internal and external communications. Work on corporate governance matters, including assisting in the preparation of certain corporate policies and providing training to employees on those policies. Coordinate stock equity matters in conjunction with Finance and Human Resources. Prepare, review and negotiate a diverse range of agreements common to the biotechnology industry. Work closely with other functional area teams to provide legal advice as needed. Provide advice in a wide array of practice areas and special projects as needed. Keep current on industry-related laws and regulations and creating or modifying policies and procedures based on such developments. Manage and direct outside counsel when outside expertise is needed. Work collaboratively with company management, colleagues and various business units to support corporate activities. Provide risk management and mitigation counseling. Remain up-to-date on governmental regulations that may influence contracting matters. Support global corporate initiatives, and foreign and domestic subsidiary management. Apply legally sound and commercially realistic legal advice to balance legal risk, compliance, business and operational objectives and resources to Company transactions. Coordinate with the General Counsel and legal team to manage legal risk and Company strategy. Provide high quality, timely and practical legal advice and guidance, and identify/resolve critical legal and business issues arising from all areas of the organization. Maintain corporate policies across the organization, managing updates as the laws and regulations change.

The candidate should be a licensed attorney with 5 years of experience in a leading law firm and/or in-house biotechnology/pharmaceutical industry. Demonstrated leadership qualities including experience coordinating with cross-functional teams, as well as providing sound business and legal judgment, and strategic and analytical thinking. Self-motivated, practical, and interested in working on a wide range of legal matters to lead the Company on the legal implications of its business strategy. Experience working with all levels of management and key business stakeholders with a demonstrated ability to effectively communicate legal risks to executive leadership and senior management. Excellent organizational skills and able to work with a team to meet critical deadlines; flexible and capable of managing multiple projects simultaneously. Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school and Admission to practice is preferred.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-14

Counsel, Corporate And Securities

Philadelphia PA Counsel, Corporate and Securities The candidate will assist with securities law filings, corporate governance, various contracts and other general legal issues, in each case, for and its various sponsored investment products. Support large complex corporate transactions, with exposure to financing, derivatives, securities/capital markets and corporate/M&A work. Assist with structuring, documenting, negotiating, closing and maintaining financings (including loan facilities, securitizations, debt capital markets transactions and derivatives transactions). A JD is required, with strong academic credentials. Should have 2-4 years of experience working at a large law firm or in-house. Understanding of finance and corporate transactions preferred. Prior exposure to the Investment Company Act of 1940 is preferred. Seasoned judgment, strong work ethic and high ethical standards. Efficient self-starter with a proven interest in professional growth. Legal 2 - 4 Full-time 2022-11-07

Sr. Attorney, Securities Disclosure & Reporting

Chicago IL Sr. Attorney, Securities Disclosure & Reporting The candidate will support the AVP, Securities Disclosure & Reporting, in: providing legal review and advice on securities laws and requirements for SEC periodic reporting requirements (including the drafting of 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K and proxy statement), beneficial ownership reporting requirements, NYSE compliance reports, and other regulatory filings required in the financial services industry. Working closely with and advising the Executive Committee, Finance, and Treasury on securities laws and disclosure matters in external reporting. Supporting the Company's Investor Relations, External Communications, and Total Rewards; and supporting corporate governance and disclosure matters and corporate policies from a securities law perspective (including Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG), climate change, Rule 10b5-1 plans, insider trading, Regulation FD, and EDGAR filing rule changes). Work with the Corporate Secretary to support the Board of Directors, which includes preparation of Board materials, as needed. Assist with general corporate matters, including governance issues, corporate policies and procedures, and equity plans. Work with and supervise outside counsel, monitor invoicing, and manage costs associated with outside counsel spend. Performs other duties and/or projects as assigned. Extensive knowledge of federal securities laws, rules and regulations and the NYSE listed company manual. Experience drafting the proxy statement and managing the filing process. Significant experience advising public companies on securities laws, rules and regulations, and NYSE or NASDAQ compliance. Strong project management and organizational skills. Strong collaboration and interpersonal skills. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with superiors, colleagues, paralegals, and internal and external contacts. Excellent verbal and written (drafting) communication, negotiation, presentation, analytical and problem-solving skills. Ability to hold self and others accountable to meet and exceed expectations and to deliver business results. Ability to work independently, make decisions quickly, and communicate effectively. Ability to articulate important legal concerns/principles to non-legal business units. Ability to take a proactive long-term view of business goals and objectives in order to achieve strategic business results. Results-oriented with ability to deliver within a fast-paced, execution-oriented environment. Juris Doctor from ABA accredited law school required. Member in good standing of a State Bar Association required. 5+ years of in-house or large law firm experience handling general corporate and SEC disclosure matters required. Experience in financial services required. Experience in annuity/life insurance industry preferred. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-04

Sr. Attorney, Securities Disclosure & Reporting

Lansing MI Sr. Attorney, Securities Disclosure & Reporting The candidate will support the AVP, Securities Disclosure & Reporting, in: providing legal review and advice on securities laws and requirements for SEC periodic reporting requirements (including the drafting of 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K and proxy statement), beneficial ownership reporting requirements, NYSE compliance reports, and other regulatory filings required in the financial services industry. Working closely with and advising the Executive Committee, Finance, and Treasury on securities laws and disclosure matters in external reporting. Supporting the Company's Investor Relations, External Communications, and Total Rewards; and supporting corporate governance and disclosure matters and corporate policies from a securities law perspective (including Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG), climate change, Rule 10b5-1 plans, insider trading, Regulation FD, and EDGAR filing rule changes). Work with the Corporate Secretary to support the Board of Directors, which includes preparation of Board materials, as needed. Assist with general corporate matters, including governance issues, corporate policies and procedures, and equity plans. Work with and supervise outside counsel, monitor invoicing, and manage costs associated with outside counsel spend. Performs other duties and/or projects as assigned. Extensive knowledge of federal securities laws, rules and regulations and the NYSE listed company manual. Experience drafting the proxy statement and managing the filing process. Significant experience advising public companies on securities laws, rules and regulations, and NYSE or NASDAQ compliance. Strong project management and organizational skills. Strong collaboration and interpersonal skills. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with superiors, colleagues, paralegals, and internal and external contacts. Excellent verbal and written (drafting) communication, negotiation, presentation, analytical and problem-solving skills. Ability to hold self and others accountable to meet and exceed expectations and to deliver business results. Ability to work independently, make decisions quickly, and communicate effectively. Ability to articulate important legal concerns/principles to non-legal business units. Ability to take a proactive long-term view of business goals and objectives in order to achieve strategic business results. Results-oriented with ability to deliver within a fast-paced, execution-oriented environment. Juris Doctor from ABA accredited law school required. Member in good standing of a State Bar Association required. 5+ years of in-house or large law firm experience handling general corporate and SEC disclosure matters required. Experience in financial services required. Experience in annuity/life insurance industry preferred. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-04

Sr. Attorney, Securities Disclosure & Reporting

Nashville TN Sr. Attorney, Securities Disclosure & Reporting The candidate will support the AVP, Securities Disclosure & Reporting, in: providing legal review and advice on securities laws and requirements for SEC periodic reporting requirements (including the drafting of 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K and proxy statement), beneficial ownership reporting requirements, NYSE compliance reports, and other regulatory filings required in the financial services industry. Working closely with and advising the Executive Committee, Finance, and Treasury on securities laws and disclosure matters in external reporting. Supporting the Company's Investor Relations, External Communications, and Total Rewards; and supporting corporate governance and disclosure matters and corporate policies from a securities law perspective (including Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG), climate change, Rule 10b5-1 plans, insider trading, Regulation FD, and EDGAR filing rule changes). Work with the Corporate Secretary to support the Board of Directors, which includes preparation of Board materials, as needed. Assist with general corporate matters, including governance issues, corporate policies and procedures, and equity plans. Work with and supervise outside counsel, monitor invoicing, and manage costs associated with outside counsel spend. Performs other duties and/or projects as assigned. Extensive knowledge of federal securities laws, rules and regulations and the NYSE listed company manual. Experience drafting the proxy statement and managing the filing process. Significant experience advising public companies on securities laws, rules and regulations, and NYSE or NASDAQ compliance. Strong project management and organizational skills. Strong collaboration and interpersonal skills. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with superiors, colleagues, paralegals, and internal and external contacts. Excellent verbal and written (drafting) communication, negotiation, presentation, analytical and problem-solving skills. Ability to hold self and others accountable to meet and exceed expectations and to deliver business results. Ability to work independently, make decisions quickly, and communicate effectively. Ability to articulate important legal concerns/principles to non-legal business units. Ability to take a proactive long-term view of business goals and objectives in order to achieve strategic business results. Results-oriented with ability to deliver within a fast-paced, execution-oriented environment. Juris Doctor from ABA accredited law school required. Member in good standing of a State Bar Association required. 5+ years of in-house or large law firm experience handling general corporate and SEC disclosure matters required. Experience in financial services required. Experience in annuity/life insurance industry preferred. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-04

Corporate Securities Counsel

Englewood CO Corporate Securities Counsel The candidate will maintain an in-depth understanding of our business, it's risks and opportunities, and provide legal advice to the company and senior leadership through a public company lens. Prepare and review Red Robin's SEC filings, including 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, proxy statements, S-8s and Section 16 filings, and ensure compliance with SEC and NASDAQ rules and regulations. Work with the HR team advising on Red Robin's 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. Advise on and own policies and procedures relating to securities law compliance and disclosure matters, including the administration of Red Robin's Insider Trading Policy. Advise and support Red Robin's corporate governance policies and procedures, including preparing Board and Committee agendas and materials, ensuring compliance with policies and charter documents, and drafting minutes. Partner with the Investor Relations teams on Regulation FD compliance, stockholder engagement activities, and Red Robin's Annual Meeting. Review external communications, including press releases, investor presentations, and other announcements, and significant internal communications. Provide judgment and leadership in assisting the Investor Relations team to report ESG goals and results in an integrated Sustainability Report. Advise Board and Executive Team on external governance trends and SEC and NASDAQ developments, in an evolving regulatory landscape. Advise on ISS/Glass Lewis voting policies. Collaborate with the Finance and Accounting teams to ensure compliance with our credit facility and support other projects, such as financing transactions. Work closely with our internal audit and SOX compliance teams to advise on public company compliance matters. Assist with other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree and admitted to (at least one) state bar and be qualified to work in-house in Colorado. Should have 7+ years of experience, preferably at both a well-regarded law firm and in-house at a public company. In-depth knowledge of corporate and securities law (particularly SEC/NASDAQ reporting rules and regulations). Extensive background with public company reporting is a must, including preparing/reviewing 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, proxy statements, S-8s, and filings on Forms 3, 4, and 5. Experience supporting the corporate secretarial function, including preparation of corporate governance policies, meeting agendas, and minutes. Experience in a fast-paced company, with a history of advising in real-time in meetings, including to the C-suite, providing accurate guidance and pragmatic solutions. Sound business judgment (not just legal sense) and a strong sense of ethics. Strong attention to detail and well-developed business acumen and financial literacy. Excellent collaboration skills with the ability to build effective relationships across corporate organizations. Ability to effectively communicate legal issues in plain English and obtain input and make decisions within tight deadlines. Ability to meet deadlines, prioritize, multi-task, and cope well with change.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2022-10-31

Senior Corporate Counsel (securities, Governance, M&a, Financing)

Vienna VA Senior Corporate Counsel (Securities, Governance, M&A, Financing) The candidate will lead on behalf of Legal in the drafting and reviewing of all periodic reports including Forms 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, proxy statements, and other SEC related forms and filings including Forms 3, 4 and 5. Support stockholder relations, including stock issuance, transfers. Partner with Investor Relations on the annual stockholder meeting, annual reports, earnings and press releases, scripts, and investor decks for use in earnings calls. Advise on all corporate disclosure matters and compliance with relevant securities laws, NYSE listing standards, SEC reporting and compliance rules and regulations. Work with Finance, Accounting, Tax, and Compliance on banking and investment matters, intercompany agreements, tax planning, and support financing transactions. Collaborate with Accounting and Compliance on internal controls, enterprise risk management. Work with the GC and Legal Team on Board governance matters, including recordkeeping, resolutions, consents, minutes, and other materials. Assist in monitoring compliance with Board and Committee policies and charter documents. Manage D&O questionnaire process, Section 16 filings, and administration of 10b5-1 plans. Manage and execute equity and debt financing transactions, including drafting and negotiating agreements. Support the GC and Legal Team in the management and execution of M&A and strategic corporate partnerships, including managing due diligence, drafting and negotiating agreements. Advice on corporate structuring, including formation and maintenance of domestic and international subsidiaries and restructuring of corporate entities. Collaborate with the equity team on equity matters, including equity plans, capitalization table, and compensation issues. Participate in the design and development of corporate programs, policies, training, and audits required for private and public company compliance. Coordinate with and efficiently manage external counsel. Support the GC and Legal Team and collaborate with cross-functional partners on other special corporate projects. Take on new challenges as and the business grow.

The candidate should have 6+ years of combined corporate, securities, and M&A experience, with at least three years of law firm experience. Representation of public companies on periodic securities filings, governance issues and Board support. A JD and membership in at least one State Bar. Excellent collaboration skills. Ability to ruthlessly prioritize and keep cool under pressure.Member of California or New York bar. Thorough understanding of Delaware corporate practice. Experience with de-SPAC EGCs, and young public company governance. Experience with secondary transactions, IPOs, and international acquisitions is a plus. Experience with global businesses with expanding international presence. Proven track record of working fluidly across a diverse and geographically distributed team. Excellent independent judgment and execution. Ability to assess both legal risks and business impact of decisions. Impeccable written and verbal communication skills. In-house experience or secondment at a growth-stage technology company. Growth mindset and eagerness to expand your existing realm of expertise. Passion for the space industry. Sense of humor.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2022-10-31
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AVP & Senior Counsel
In-House,Safety National
Location : Saint Louis Missouri United States

JOB SUMMARY: Under the direction of the Vice President & Assistant General Counsel (?VP & AGC?), manages business transactional support for the Company?s various business units, select corporate (non-Claims) litigation, and other legal affairs of ... + read more

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Corporate Paralegal
In-House,Balfour & Co.
Location : Aventura Florida United States

Balfour & Co. Corporate Paralegal Location: Aventura, Florida   Position Summary: Are you looking for a place that believes in teamwork and success?  If so, we have a position you may find a great fit for your career.  We are looking t... + read more

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Corporate And Securities Attorney
Refer job# CKOZ171316
 
Corporate and Securities Attorney The candidate will draft/review/submit SEC filings, including periodic and current reports, proxy statements and Section 16 reports in collaboration with internal and external finance and legal teams. Advise on applicable securities law issues, including but not limited to the company's fundraising activities. Manage the timeline and preparation for the annual proxy statement and stockholder meeting. Prepare Board of Directors and committee materials. Provide legal advice on disclosure matters, including investor presentations, press releases, and other corporate internal and external communications. Work on corporate governance matters, including assisting in the preparation of certain corporate policies and providing training to employees on those policies. Coordinate stock equity matters in conjunction with Finance and Human Resources. Prepare, review and negotiate a diverse range of agreements common to the biotechnology industry. Work closely with other functional area teams to provide legal advice as needed. Provide advice in a wide array of practice areas and special projects as needed. Keep current on industry-related laws and regulations and creating or modifying policies and procedures based on such developments. Manage and direct outside counsel when outside expertise is needed. Work collaboratively with company management, colleagues and various business units to support corporate activities. Provide risk management and mitigation counseling. Remain up-to-date on governmental regulations that may influence contracting matters. Support global corporate initiatives, and foreign and domestic subsidiary management. Apply legally sound and commercially realistic legal advice to balance legal risk, compliance, business and operational objectives and resources to Company transactions. Coordinate with the General Counsel and legal team to manage legal risk and Company strategy. Provide high quality, timely and practical legal advice and guidance, and identify/resolve critical legal and business issues arising from all areas of the organization. Maintain corporate policies across the organization, managing updates as the laws and regulations change.

The candidate should be a licensed attorney with 5 years of experience in a leading law firm and/or in-house biotechnology/pharmaceutical industry. Demonstrated leadership qualities including experience coordinating with cross-functional teams, as well as providing sound business and legal judgment, and strategic and analytical thinking. Self-motivated, practical, and interested in working on a wide range of legal matters to lead the Company on the legal implications of its business strategy. Experience working with all levels of management and key business stakeholders with a demonstrated ability to effectively communicate legal risks to executive leadership and senior management. Excellent organizational skills and able to work with a team to meet critical deadlines; flexible and capable of managing multiple projects simultaneously. Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school and Admission to practice is preferred.
 
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Counsel, Corporate And Securities
Refer job# XDOE171289
 
Counsel, Corporate and Securities The candidate will assist with securities law filings, corporate governance, various contracts and other general legal issues, in each case, for and its various sponsored investment products. Support large complex corporate transactions, with exposure to financing, derivatives, securities/capital markets and corporate/M&A work. Assist with structuring, documenting, negotiating, closing and maintaining financings (including loan facilities, securitizations, debt capital markets transactions and derivatives transactions). A JD is required, with strong academic credentials. Should have 2-4 years of experience working at a large law firm or in-house. Understanding of finance and corporate transactions preferred. Prior exposure to the Investment Company Act of 1940 is preferred. Seasoned judgment, strong work ethic and high ethical standards. Efficient self-starter with a proven interest in professional growth.
 
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Sr. Attorney, Securities Disclosure & Reporting
Refer job# KDAQ171200
 
Sr. Attorney, Securities Disclosure & Reporting The candidate will support the AVP, Securities Disclosure & Reporting, in: providing legal review and advice on securities laws and requirements for SEC periodic reporting requirements (including the drafting of 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K and proxy statement), beneficial ownership reporting requirements, NYSE compliance reports, and other regulatory filings required in the financial services industry. Working closely with and advising the Executive Committee, Finance, and Treasury on securities laws and disclosure matters in external reporting. Supporting the Company's Investor Relations, External Communications, and Total Rewards; and supporting corporate governance and disclosure matters and corporate policies from a securities law perspective (including Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG), climate change, Rule 10b5-1 plans, insider trading, Regulation FD, and EDGAR filing rule changes). Work with the Corporate Secretary to support the Board of Directors, which includes preparation of Board materials, as needed. Assist with general corporate matters, including governance issues, corporate policies and procedures, and equity plans. Work with and supervise outside counsel, monitor invoicing, and manage costs associated with outside counsel spend. Performs other duties and/or projects as assigned. Extensive knowledge of federal securities laws, rules and regulations and the NYSE listed company manual. Experience drafting the proxy statement and managing the filing process. Significant experience advising public companies on securities laws, rules and regulations, and NYSE or NASDAQ compliance. Strong project management and organizational skills. Strong collaboration and interpersonal skills. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with superiors, colleagues, paralegals, and internal and external contacts. Excellent verbal and written (drafting) communication, negotiation, presentation, analytical and problem-solving skills. Ability to hold self and others accountable to meet and exceed expectations and to deliver business results. Ability to work independently, make decisions quickly, and communicate effectively. Ability to articulate important legal concerns/principles to non-legal business units. Ability to take a proactive long-term view of business goals and objectives in order to achieve strategic business results. Results-oriented with ability to deliver within a fast-paced, execution-oriented environment. Juris Doctor from ABA accredited law school required. Member in good standing of a State Bar Association required. 5+ years of in-house or large law firm experience handling general corporate and SEC disclosure matters required. Experience in financial services required. Experience in annuity/life insurance industry preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Sr. Attorney, Securities Disclosure & Reporting
Refer job# TXQN171201
 
Sr. Attorney, Securities Disclosure & Reporting The candidate will support the AVP, Securities Disclosure & Reporting, in: providing legal review and advice on securities laws and requirements for SEC periodic reporting requirements (including the drafting of 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K and proxy statement), beneficial ownership reporting requirements, NYSE compliance reports, and other regulatory filings required in the financial services industry. Working closely with and advising the Executive Committee, Finance, and Treasury on securities laws and disclosure matters in external reporting. Supporting the Company's Investor Relations, External Communications, and Total Rewards; and supporting corporate governance and disclosure matters and corporate policies from a securities law perspective (including Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG), climate change, Rule 10b5-1 plans, insider trading, Regulation FD, and EDGAR filing rule changes). Work with the Corporate Secretary to support the Board of Directors, which includes preparation of Board materials, as needed. Assist with general corporate matters, including governance issues, corporate policies and procedures, and equity plans. Work with and supervise outside counsel, monitor invoicing, and manage costs associated with outside counsel spend. Performs other duties and/or projects as assigned. Extensive knowledge of federal securities laws, rules and regulations and the NYSE listed company manual. Experience drafting the proxy statement and managing the filing process. Significant experience advising public companies on securities laws, rules and regulations, and NYSE or NASDAQ compliance. Strong project management and organizational skills. Strong collaboration and interpersonal skills. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with superiors, colleagues, paralegals, and internal and external contacts. Excellent verbal and written (drafting) communication, negotiation, presentation, analytical and problem-solving skills. Ability to hold self and others accountable to meet and exceed expectations and to deliver business results. Ability to work independently, make decisions quickly, and communicate effectively. Ability to articulate important legal concerns/principles to non-legal business units. Ability to take a proactive long-term view of business goals and objectives in order to achieve strategic business results. Results-oriented with ability to deliver within a fast-paced, execution-oriented environment. Juris Doctor from ABA accredited law school required. Member in good standing of a State Bar Association required. 5+ years of in-house or large law firm experience handling general corporate and SEC disclosure matters required. Experience in financial services required. Experience in annuity/life insurance industry preferred.
 
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Sr. Attorney, Securities Disclosure & Reporting
Refer job# NQPA171223
 
Sr. Attorney, Securities Disclosure & Reporting The candidate will support the AVP, Securities Disclosure & Reporting, in: providing legal review and advice on securities laws and requirements for SEC periodic reporting requirements (including the drafting of 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K and proxy statement), beneficial ownership reporting requirements, NYSE compliance reports, and other regulatory filings required in the financial services industry. Working closely with and advising the Executive Committee, Finance, and Treasury on securities laws and disclosure matters in external reporting. Supporting the Company's Investor Relations, External Communications, and Total Rewards; and supporting corporate governance and disclosure matters and corporate policies from a securities law perspective (including Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG), climate change, Rule 10b5-1 plans, insider trading, Regulation FD, and EDGAR filing rule changes). Work with the Corporate Secretary to support the Board of Directors, which includes preparation of Board materials, as needed. Assist with general corporate matters, including governance issues, corporate policies and procedures, and equity plans. Work with and supervise outside counsel, monitor invoicing, and manage costs associated with outside counsel spend. Performs other duties and/or projects as assigned. Extensive knowledge of federal securities laws, rules and regulations and the NYSE listed company manual. Experience drafting the proxy statement and managing the filing process. Significant experience advising public companies on securities laws, rules and regulations, and NYSE or NASDAQ compliance. Strong project management and organizational skills. Strong collaboration and interpersonal skills. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with superiors, colleagues, paralegals, and internal and external contacts. Excellent verbal and written (drafting) communication, negotiation, presentation, analytical and problem-solving skills. Ability to hold self and others accountable to meet and exceed expectations and to deliver business results. Ability to work independently, make decisions quickly, and communicate effectively. Ability to articulate important legal concerns/principles to non-legal business units. Ability to take a proactive long-term view of business goals and objectives in order to achieve strategic business results. Results-oriented with ability to deliver within a fast-paced, execution-oriented environment. Juris Doctor from ABA accredited law school required. Member in good standing of a State Bar Association required. 5+ years of in-house or large law firm experience handling general corporate and SEC disclosure matters required. Experience in financial services required. Experience in annuity/life insurance industry preferred.
 
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Corporate Securities Counsel
Refer job# UAGB171124
 
Corporate Securities Counsel The candidate will maintain an in-depth understanding of our business, it's risks and opportunities, and provide legal advice to the company and senior leadership through a public company lens. Prepare and review Red Robin's SEC filings, including 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, proxy statements, S-8s and Section 16 filings, and ensure compliance with SEC and NASDAQ rules and regulations. Work with the HR team advising on Red Robin's 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. Advise on and own policies and procedures relating to securities law compliance and disclosure matters, including the administration of Red Robin's Insider Trading Policy. Advise and support Red Robin's corporate governance policies and procedures, including preparing Board and Committee agendas and materials, ensuring compliance with policies and charter documents, and drafting minutes. Partner with the Investor Relations teams on Regulation FD compliance, stockholder engagement activities, and Red Robin's Annual Meeting. Review external communications, including press releases, investor presentations, and other announcements, and significant internal communications. Provide judgment and leadership in assisting the Investor Relations team to report ESG goals and results in an integrated Sustainability Report. Advise Board and Executive Team on external governance trends and SEC and NASDAQ developments, in an evolving regulatory landscape. Advise on ISS/Glass Lewis voting policies. Collaborate with the Finance and Accounting teams to ensure compliance with our credit facility and support other projects, such as financing transactions. Work closely with our internal audit and SOX compliance teams to advise on public company compliance matters. Assist with other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree and admitted to (at least one) state bar and be qualified to work in-house in Colorado. Should have 7+ years of experience, preferably at both a well-regarded law firm and in-house at a public company. In-depth knowledge of corporate and securities law (particularly SEC/NASDAQ reporting rules and regulations). Extensive background with public company reporting is a must, including preparing/reviewing 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, proxy statements, S-8s, and filings on Forms 3, 4, and 5. Experience supporting the corporate secretarial function, including preparation of corporate governance policies, meeting agendas, and minutes. Experience in a fast-paced company, with a history of advising in real-time in meetings, including to the C-suite, providing accurate guidance and pragmatic solutions. Sound business judgment (not just legal sense) and a strong sense of ethics. Strong attention to detail and well-developed business acumen and financial literacy. Excellent collaboration skills with the ability to build effective relationships across corporate organizations. Ability to effectively communicate legal issues in plain English and obtain input and make decisions within tight deadlines. Ability to meet deadlines, prioritize, multi-task, and cope well with change.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel (securities, Governance, M&a, Financing)
Refer job# MVKZ171125
 
Senior Corporate Counsel (Securities, Governance, M&A, Financing) The candidate will lead on behalf of Legal in the drafting and reviewing of all periodic reports including Forms 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, proxy statements, and other SEC related forms and filings including Forms 3, 4 and 5. Support stockholder relations, including stock issuance, transfers. Partner with Investor Relations on the annual stockholder meeting, annual reports, earnings and press releases, scripts, and investor decks for use in earnings calls. Advise on all corporate disclosure matters and compliance with relevant securities laws, NYSE listing standards, SEC reporting and compliance rules and regulations. Work with Finance, Accounting, Tax, and Compliance on banking and investment matters, intercompany agreements, tax planning, and support financing transactions. Collaborate with Accounting and Compliance on internal controls, enterprise risk management. Work with the GC and Legal Team on Board governance matters, including recordkeeping, resolutions, consents, minutes, and other materials. Assist in monitoring compliance with Board and Committee policies and charter documents. Manage D&O questionnaire process, Section 16 filings, and administration of 10b5-1 plans. Manage and execute equity and debt financing transactions, including drafting and negotiating agreements. Support the GC and Legal Team in the management and execution of M&A and strategic corporate partnerships, including managing due diligence, drafting and negotiating agreements. Advice on corporate structuring, including formation and maintenance of domestic and international subsidiaries and restructuring of corporate entities. Collaborate with the equity team on equity matters, including equity plans, capitalization table, and compensation issues. Participate in the design and development of corporate programs, policies, training, and audits required for private and public company compliance. Coordinate with and efficiently manage external counsel. Support the GC and Legal Team and collaborate with cross-functional partners on other special corporate projects. Take on new challenges as and the business grow.

The candidate should have 6+ years of combined corporate, securities, and M&A experience, with at least three years of law firm experience. Representation of public companies on periodic securities filings, governance issues and Board support. A JD and membership in at least one State Bar. Excellent collaboration skills. Ability to ruthlessly prioritize and keep cool under pressure.Member of California or New York bar. Thorough understanding of Delaware corporate practice. Experience with de-SPAC EGCs, and young public company governance. Experience with secondary transactions, IPOs, and international acquisitions is a plus. Experience with global businesses with expanding international presence. Proven track record of working fluidly across a diverse and geographically distributed team. Excellent independent judgment and execution. Ability to assess both legal risks and business impact of decisions. Impeccable written and verbal communication skills. In-house experience or secondment at a growth-stage technology company. Growth mindset and eagerness to expand your existing realm of expertise. Passion for the space industry. Sense of humor.
 
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