Position: Creditors' Rights & Bankruptcy Attorney- Buffalo Office
Company: Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC
Location: Buffalo, New York
Description: BUCHANAN INGERSOLL & ROONEY PC
Creditors’ Rights & Bankruptcy Attorney - Buffalo Office
The Buffalo office has an immediate opening for a Creditors' Rights and Bankruptcy Attorney with minimum 10 years of experience with aspects of creditors' rights’ work, including commercial litigation, commercial foreclosures, replevins, out-of-court restructurings, bankruptcy motions, bankruptcy litigation, debtor-in-possession financing, acquisition of assets of bankruptcy or distressed entities, cross-border insolvencies and the negotiation of bankruptcy terms for new loans and intercreditor agreements, and creditor's rights issues that arise during commercial and other transitions. Excellent academic achievement and law firm experience required. Must be admitted in New York. Client contact and significant responsibility are provided within this exciting practice area. Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney provides competitive salaries. Qualified candidates should apply directly to Laurie Lenigan, Director of Legal Recruiting, Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney at email@example.com. All applications must be accompanied by a cover letter and resume. EOE.
Qualifications: 10 Years Experience
Position: Patent Associate/Agent - Electrical
Company: Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney, PC
Location: Alexandria, VA
Description: The Alexandria office of Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC has an immediate opening for an Electrical Patent Associate/Agent with 2-6 years of patent experience and a degree in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, drafting and prosecuting patent applications, prosecution, post grant review documents and opinion letters. Excellent writing skills required. The Firm’s electrical patent work includes protecting inventions related to the full spectrum of electrical engineering, computer science, business methods, optics, nanotechnology and other areas of applied physics. Candidates must be registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Qualified candidates should apply online through our listing at LawCruit. All questions should be directed to Donna J. Nolan, Manager of Legal Recruiting, at firstname.lastname@example.org. EOE.
Qualifications: 2-6 years of Patent Experience
Degree in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science
Qualified candidates should apply online at our website at https://lawcruit.micronapps.com/sup/v3/lc_supp_app_frm.aspx?lawfirm=113&id=0. All applications must be accompanied by a cover letter, resume, law school transcript, undergraduate transcript and a writing sample.
Contact: Donna Nolan, email@example.com
Position: Corporate Counsel
Company: Marriott International, Inc.
Location: 10400 Fernwood Road, Bethesda, MD 20817
The Franchise Development team helps Marriott achieve its business objectives by negotiating and drafting contracts with owners, operators and lenders for each newly franchised hotel in the United States and Canada. In addition to initial franchise agreements, the Franchise Development team is responsible for negotiation of comfort letters, terminations, assignments, and amendments prior to a hotel’s opening and certain relicensing transactions that occur upon the sale of a franchised hotel. In addition to franchise law, the team advises clients on contracts, trademark, antitrust and agency issues. The Franchise Development team is also responsible for leading the preparation and filing of the annual franchise disclosure documents for each of Marriott’s franchised brands, which are required for the lawful offering of franchises for sale in the United States and Canada.
The Franchise Development team represents Marriott in meeting its growth objectives and works with various Marriott corporate departments and disciplines in doing so. The work of the attorneys on the team principally takes the form of providing commercial transactional support and providing legal guidance on a variety of matters for which knowledge of the hotel industry, Marriott’s strategic objectives, various hotel-related disciplines, and certain legal subjects is essential.
The attorney will be based in Marriott’s worldwide corporate headquarters in Bethesda, Maryland, and will report to the Vice President & Assistant General Counsel leading the Franchise Development legal team. This team is part of the larger Americas Transactions & Corporate Affairs practice group that includes Marriott’s Mergers & Acquisitions and Corporate Secretary and Managed Development legal teams.
Specific Job Summary and Expected Contributions
The attorney in this position will initially focus on providing transactional legal assistance including:
• Representing Marriott with respect to reviewing, drafting and negotiating franchise agreements, tri-party lender agreements (comfort letters), guaranties, and other contracts related to Marriott franchised hotels; and
• Providing day-to-day advice and training to various areas within Marriott regarding legal issues related to franchising and Marriott’s franchise system; and
• Providing advice and assuring compliance with franchise regulatory requirements (including preparation of franchise disclosure documents), franchise relationship laws and other relevant laws, including antitrust and agency; and
• Providing support and assistance for specific projects, such as acquisitions and multi-unit deals as part of a broader team.
• Excellent academic record with a law degree from a top U.S. law school
• Minimum of 5 years of transactional legal experience in a law firm of national reputation, with a strong preference for experience with commercial and corporate transactions
• Active Bar membership
• Excellent drafting and negotiating skills
• Excellent written and oral communication skills
• Strong business ethics and personal integrity
• Ability to think strategically and provide leadership when needed
• Ability to work independently, take ownership of and effectively resolve problems – needs to be a self-starter with a high degree of resourcefulness
• Ability to expeditiously identify and assess issues and provide legally sound recommendations consistent with good business practices and reason
• Strong interpersonal skills and ability to interact effectively, work diplomatically, and foster relationships with individuals at all levels
• Strong conflict management skills and ability to influence and achieve successful results without coercion and without damaging relationships – needs to have a highly collaborative style and attitude
• Solid organizational and time management skills with the ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously
• Professional presence and approach
• Balanced judgment and poise under pressure
• Diligence, dependability, and strong work ethic
• Flexibility to adapt to changing priorities quickly and comfortably
• High energy, drive, and enthusiasm for work
• Ability to act independently to improve and increase skills and knowledge
• Flexibility for travel
Position: Attorney, Claim Litigation
Company: Allstate Insurance Company
Location: Home Office, 2775 Sanders Road, Northbrook, IL 60062
Description: Allstate's Claim Litigation team provides legal assistance in connection with large and complex claims cases and manages controversies arising from the implementation and execution of claims policies and procedures, both before and after litigation has commenced (including appeals). This practice group also assists with insurance coverage disputes by providing legal opinions and managing related litigation. The group provides training and advice to the claims organization. Provides legal counsel to and representation of selected business units and/or corporate departments on selected matters. Provides support to other attorneys in Law and Regulation.
As an Attorney in Claim Litigation, you will:
• Performs basic legal and factual research and investigation to formulate a legal opinion, identify risks and propose alternative courses of action
• As skills develop, this attorney should be able to perform routine legal work using established procedures
• Able to communicate views effectively orally and in writing and represent position to others internally and externally
• Provides assistance to other attorneys on major projects and assignments
• Work product has some influence on achievement of company goals
• May be assigned lead responsibility for some projects and assignments
• Works with managerial guidance and oversight. Possesses minimal experience as an attorney 4+ years
Qualifications: If you’re up to the challenge, here are some of the qualifications you’ll need to apply:
• Possesses J.D. degree and basic legal and business knowledge in fields associated with the current assignment.
• Possesses minimal experience as an attorney 4+ years
Contact: Caleb Smith
Candidate can apply www.allstatecareers.com
Position: VP, Corporate Counsel - ANN000E2
Location: Newark, NJ
Description: Prudential Financial is looking for a dynamic attorney to fill a high profile opening supporting its Individual Life Insurance and Annuity businesses. This attorney will provide counsel and advice to various internal business units and senior management as well as to other members of the Law Department. The candidate will also have management and development responsibilities for a team of attorneys and non-attorneys. The candidate should have a minimum of 15 years of corporate, law firm, in-house and/or regulatory legal experience involving state insurance laws and regulations, with a strong working knowledge of fixed and variable life insurance and annuity products and operations. Experience with the relevant areas of privacy laws, FINRA Rules, the Investment Company Act of 1940, the Securities Act of 1933, and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 is strongly preferred. This candidate should also have management and leadership experience. The position will be based in Newark, New Jersey, and periodic travel is expected.
Position: VP, Corporate Counsel - PRU000IE
Location: Newark, NJ
Description: Prudential is looking for an experienced attorney to support Prudential Fixed Income, the primary public fixed income asset management unit within Prudential Investment Management, Inc., an SEC-registered investment adviser. Prudential Fixed Income is headquartered in Newark, New Jersey and has affiliated offices in London, Tokyo and Singapore. Prudential Fixed Income has assets under management of approximately $534 billion (as of 9/30/14). Job responsibilities will include: negotiating and drafting investment management agreements; drafting and reviewing investment guidelines; reviewing and assisting in the preparation of institutional marketing materials and responses to requests-for-proposals; and providing advice with respect to various regulatory and trading issues. This attorney will join a team of eight attorneys supporting Prudential Fixed Income.
Position: VP, Corporate Counsel - ANN000DA
Location: Shelton, CT
Description: The attorney in this position will be responsible for handling a full range of legal matters that arise in connection with the development, offering and maintenance of annuity products offered by the Prudential Annuity Business. The candidate must have a minimum of 10 years of corporate, law firm, in-house and/or regulatory legal experience involving state insurance laws and regulations, the Investment Company Act of 1940, the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 rules and regulations governing annuities. This experienced attorney will provide counsel and advice to various internal business units as well as to other members of the Law Department. This attorney will draft and negotiate business arrangements in support of the marketing and sale of annuity products.
Position: VP, Corporate Counsel - PRI0004K
Location: Dallas, TX
Description: The Private Placement Section of Prudential's Law Department is seeking a lawyer to provide legal support to the Energy & Corporate Finance and Electric Finance Group offices of Prudential Capital Group ("PCG") in Dallas. PCG manages (and originates new investments for Prudential's $69.1 billion portfolio of privately placed debt and equity investments, including the $7.0 billion Oil & Gas portfolio, the $6.5 billion Power portfolio and the $2.2 billion Corporate Finance portfolio managed by the Dallas office. The Dallas office is one of PCG's seven domestic regional offices and is responsible for structuring, negotiating and supervising the documentation of transactions, many of which are highly structured, highly leveraged or both. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of four years of experience in the corporate finance area, preferably with a major law firm or major financial institution. Relevant corporate finance experience including representation of issuers or underwriters in connection with public offerings of debt and/or equity securities or representation of purchasers of private offerings of debt and equity securities; representation of developers or lenders in power project financings; representation of lenders in oil and gas financings; and representation of owners or lenders in leveraged lease transactions.
Position: VP, Corporate Counsel - PRU000DT
Location: Newark, NJ
Description: Prudential Investments ("PI"), the investment adviser to the Prudential mutual funds, is seeking an experienced, proactive business attorney to provide legal and regulatory support for the mutual funds advised by PI. A primary responsibility will be to support the mutual funds sold to insurance company separate accounts for variable annuity and variable life insurance products. The attorney should have a background working with high level executives and officers of a financial services company. This position is ideally based in Newark, with the possibility of being in Shelton, Connecticut for the right candidate. There will be occasional travel to both offices.
Position: VP, Corporate Counsel - TEC0002D
Location: Newark, NJ
Description: The Digital Attorney will be a member of the Digital Law Office, a recently formed law team dedicated to providing legal advice and direction on the Company's significantly expanding global digital efforts (which includes but is not limited to the following: social media, mobile app, mobile device, e-delivery, internet, cloud, and digital media). The primary responsibility of this position is to support the Company's digital and social media initiatives on domestic digital law, regulations and legislation as it impacts a financial services company. This attorney will also be involved in the review of digital advertising and marketing matters, online terms and conditions, and social media and mobile platform terms and conditions. Critical to this position will be as a member and leader of various digital initiative review committees which are staffed by various attorneys, risk management and compliance professionals and be responsible for ensuring that issues are appropriately identified, analyzed, addressed and communicated to all appropriate constituencies in a rapid-paced streamlined efficient manner. The Digital Attorney is expected to maintain strong direct working relationships with Prudential businesses and internal legal, compliance and risk teams. The successful candidate will demonstrate a willingness to take the initiative to identify and address current and new legal and regulatory issues, communicate legal decisions and facilitate and make continuous legal review process improvements in a very dynamic and fast paced environment.
Position: VP, Corporate Counsel - ANN000DD
Location: Shelton, CT
Description: Prudential is looking for a dynamic attorney to fill a high profile opening located in either Shelton, CT or Newark, NJ (with regular travel to Shelton, CT). This attorney will be responsible for handling a full range of legal matters that arise in connection with the distribution of individual life and annuity products issued by Prudential. This attorney will support businesses that are leaders in the industry for individual life and variable annuity sales in various channels: independent broker/dealer, wirehouse, banks and agencies. Among this attorneys responsibilities will be the provision of counsel to and representation of Prudentials Individual Life Insurance business unit and an affiliated broker-dealer that serves as principal underwriter for Prudentials variable annuities and mutual funds offered through variable products. The attorney will provide counsel and advice to various internal business units and management, as well as to other members of the Law Department.
Position: Vice President, Corporate Counsel - RET0007W
Location: Iselin, NJ
Description: Retirement Law is seeking an additional member for the Pension Risk Transfer team who can provide focused, technically sound and pragmatic legal advice in connection with funded and longevity only risk transfer transactions. Generally, the skills required include supporting, from inception to post-closing, complex transactions in a way that works for Prudential from both an operational and regulatory perspective. Experience with mergers and acquisitions, reinsurance transactions, and/or corporate finance, as well as with insurance regulation, would be valuable. The candidate must have an appetite for learning new legal disciplines, and the legal and business talent to deploy new knowledge areas to evolving and innovative transactions with accuracy and efficiency. Quickly gaining working knowledge of ERISA and of insurance regulatory requirements is critical to job success. Equally critical is an ability to constructively engage with plan customers in order to shape a solution that works for them and for Prudential, and to be able to capture the solution in writing.
Position: Director, Corporate Counsel - TEC0002I
Location: Roseland, NJ
Description: Under supervision of a more senior attorney, the Corporate Counsel will provide timely and first-rate legal services and advice to all business and corporate groups in connection with the acquisition and use of goods and services. The Corporate Counsel will work independently on a high volume of various contract matters, such as basic software license, sponsorship agreements, and consulting agreements, non-disclosure and evaluation agreements, and purchase orders, engagement schedules and statements of work under license and consulting agreements. The Corporate Counsel will also, under a more senior attorneys supervision, work directly with clients on more complex and sophisticated transactions, such as negotiating and drafting master Software License Agreements, Cloud Computing and Application Service Provider Agreements, Technology and Business Process Outsourcing Agreements, and Third Party Administrator Agreements.
Position: Director, Legal Administration - LCB0002G
Location: Newark, NJ
Description: The role will act as the Relationship Manager (RM) for two senior leaders in Prudentials Law, Compliance, Business Ethics, and External Affairs (LCBE) division: the Deputy General Counsel of US Businesses Law and the Chief Legal Officer of International Insurance Law and Operations & Systems Law. The candidate will utilize a combination of skills in administration, business management, and project management to coordinate the administrative, financial and operations support for their executives organizations. The RM will also be heavily involved in coordinating strategic projects and initiatives for the organization. This will involve extensive collaboration with executives, human resources, technology, finance and operations. The Relationship Manager will also act as a primary point of contact for LCBEs new Solutions Center. The Solutions Center is an internal LCBE consulting function that works with LCBE clients to provide proactive business solutions. The Solutions Center will provide the RM with access to and support from a multi-disciplinary center of excellence. The synergy between the RM role and the Solutions Center creates a dynamic, team based work environment.
Position: Director, Administration (Compliance) - LCB0002H
Location: Newark, NJ
Description: The role will act as the Relationship Manager (RM) directly supporting Prudentials Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer. The candidate will utilize a combination of skills in administration, business management, and project management to coordinate the administrative, financial and operations support for their executives organization. The RM will also be heavily involved in coordinating strategic projects and initiatives for the organization. This will involve extensive collaboration with executives, human resources, technology, finance and operations. The Relationship Manager will also act as a primary point of contact for LCBEs new Solutions Center. The Solutions Center is an internal LCBE consulting function that works with LCBE clients to provide proactive business solutions. The Solutions Center will provide the RM with access to and support from a multi-disciplinary center of excellence. The synergy between the RM role and the Solutions Center creates a dynamic, team based work environment.
Position: Manager, Governance - SEC00021
Location: Newark, NJ
Description: The Corporate Governance team handles the corporate governance and administration for all of Prudential Financial shareholder, transfer agent and related regulatory required matters. The individual will manage tasks and strategic projects as part of the governance team. As a result, strong project management skills are required. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: managing the daily relationship with Prudential's external transfer agent and ensuring compliance with all regulatory requirements, reporting, and contractual obligations, and supporting management in their continued efforts to strategically manage the registered shareholder base by preparing cost benefit analysis plans and recommendations for management.
Position: Chief Compliance Officer - Annuities Compliance - ANN000EG
Location: Shelton, CT
Description: Prudential Annuities is looking for a Chief Compliance Officer. The successful candidate must be thoroughly knowledgeable about and responsible for the Annuities Compliance Program and will be expected to lead and continuously develop a seasoned annuities compliance team. This will include providing on-going compliance-related support and advice for the day-to-day activities of Prudential Annuities as well as new initiatives. The role has responsibility for compliance monitoring, support of marketing activities, compliance training, and creating and implementing new policies and procedures. The candidate will also be expected to play a leadership role within the broader Annuities industry to include among other things, participation in industry associations, shaping compliance best practices and educating industry personnel and regulators. The position will lead a team of 17 Annuities Compliance professionals located primarily in the Shelton and Ft. Washington locations.
Position: Compliance Director - Market Material Review Unit - PRU000I2
Location: Newark, NJ
Description: The Director, Marketing Material Review is responsible for leading the compliance function associated with the review and approval of advertisements, sales literature, correspondence, and other marketing material developed or utilized by Prudential Investments. The position is also responsible for the review and approval of certain marketing materials associated with the Day One Funds (collective investment trusts).
The Director position involves leadership and direct supervision of the Marketing Review Team, and reviewing various weekly, monthly and quarterly oversight reports provided by Corporate MRU. Oversight will also include the monitoring of submission volume, quality control, record keeping and reporting requirements. The Director will be responsible for developing and implementing policies and procedures specific to advertising and sales material and overseeing compliance with such policies and procedures. The Director will regularly consult with and guide the appropriate business partners in all aspects of advertising regulation, and will partner with Compliance peers throughout the Prudential enterprise in support of key initiatives.
Position: Compliance Director, Testing - COM0004P
Location: Newark, NJ
Description: The successful candidate will be responsible for assistance in developing, implementing, supervising and evaluating the testing strategy for the Investment segment (Retirement and Investments) for Prudential's Compliance Testing Unit. The individual will report to the head of the Compliance Testing Unit (CTU) and work closely with CTU staff and senior compliance and legal officers as well as business unit and corporate center liaisons, to implement appropriate risk based testing protocols and provide regular and timely reporting to applicable business and compliance management.
Position: Compliance Manager - ANN000E1
Location: Drescher, PA/Shelton, CT
Description: The Annuities Compliance Department is seeking a candidate to provide regulatory support in all aspects and components of the Compliance Program. The Compliance Manager position combines the need for strong interpersonal skills, business analytical capabilities, robust organizational skills and the ability to drive results in order to meet deliverables while being able to handle multiple projects simultaneously under tight deadlines in a dynamic environment. This position reports to a Compliance Director in Annuities Compliance and can be based either in Dresher, PA or Shelton, CT.
Position: Compliance Manager - RET0008J
Location: Iselin, NJ/Newark, NJ
Description: The position will be part of the team that has responsibility for providing compliance support and advice to the Pension and Structured Solutions business units within Prudential Retirement. These units develop solutions and provide services for clients with regard to Pension Risk Transfer, Longevity Reinsurance and Structured Settlement needs. The role has responsibility for, but not limited to creation, monitoring, training and implementation with regard to policies and procedures; risk assessments; review of transactional documentation and marketing materials. The ideal candidate will have experience with regulatory compliance requirements, risk-based audits and strong project management skills. Experience with the retirement services industry and annuity products is preferred.
Position: Compliance Manager - ANN000DX
Location: Shelton, PA/Hartford, CT/Newark, NJ
Description: Prudential seeks a highly skilled and motivated professional for the role of Compliance Manager within the Annuities Compliance team. This position focuses on Compliance Metrics and will utilize information throughout the Annuities organization to create a flexible, comprehensive reporting process for compliance topics which are considered high-risk. The successful candidate will be responsible for overseeing the development process for all new metrics, facilitating the ongoing reporting process to management, and coordinating with other areas within Compliance, business, and systems areas to execute a consistent reporting strategy. This position will also provide other broker-dealer compliance support as needed. The individual will report to a Compliance Director in Annuities Compliance and will be based in Shelton, CT. Alternate locations of Newark and Hartford may be considered, however, a regular presence is required in Shelton, CT.
Position: Compliance Manager - Adviser Regulatory Due Diligence - PRU000I1
Location: Newark, NJ
Description: Prudential Investments (PI) Compliance has an open compliance position that focuses on compliance oversight of investment advisers and sub-advisers (collectively advisers) to products within Prudential's domestic business. The candidate will provide critical support to the Director, Compliance: Regulatory Due Diligence, by conducting on-site adviser reviews. He or she will evaluate the effectiveness of an adviser's compliance program. Significant travel is required in this position.
Position: Compliance Manager - PIM - FI 0001Q
Location: Newark, NJ
Description: Prudential Fixed Income Compliance currently has an opening for an individual with 5-6 years experience to fill a Compliance Manager Position supporting PIMs Fixed Income Asset Management group in Newark, NJ. PFI manages over $500 billion in client assets, spread across 500+ distinct portfolios and ranks within the top 5 managers of public bond assets in the United States. Prudential Fixed Income Compliance is responsible for ensuring that all portfolios are in compliance with applicable regulatory and contractual requirements, and for ensuring that the activities of Prudential Fixed Income associates are in accordance with Prudential's general compliance policies governing employee conduct. Ongoing responsibilities for this position may include, but are not limited to: reviewing institutional client contracts and investment guidelines including regulatory requirements where U.S. or Internationally, working closely with Client Service, Legal, Portfolio Management and BRS (BlackRock Solutions), participating in certain standing governing committees by attending and providing support as needed, and supervising junior analysts and training them on fixed income products, regulatory rules and systems functionality.
Position: Compliance Manager - COM00056
Location: Newark, NJ
Description: The successful candidate will report to a Director within CTU and will be responsible for assisting in the development, execution and documentation of CTUs inspections and reviews. Responsibilities include: planning inspections and reviews by assessing key risks pertinent to the business, gathering records, developing detailed test plans and analyzing the information to identify control issues; executing inspections and reviews according to CTU protocols - this involves reviewing applicable policies and procedures, testing the adequacy of control systems, identifying the root cause of issues and presenting the testing results to business management as well as compliance; and supervising team members, as applicable, relating to the completion of testing and the review of documentation.
Position: Compliance Manager - International Insurance-INT0009A
Location: Newark, NJ
Description: The individual will report to a Compliance Director in PII Compliance and will be based in Newark, New Jersey. The successful candidate will be responsible for supporting the international compliance teams in the development, maintenance and monitoring of compliance controls that help each business adhere to applicable U.S. and local regulatory requirements, as well as align with PFI Policies and Principles. As the business needs and compliance objectives for the division change, the responsibilities of this position will evolve to meet departmental deliverables. Position may have supervisory responsibility.
Position: Vice President & Chief Counsel Data Initiatives - DAT0000Y
Location: Newark, NJ
Description: Prudential Financial, a leader in the financial services industry with a significant and growing domestic and international footprint, is seeking an experienced and dynamic senior attorney for the newly created high profile position of Vice President and Chief Counsel Data Initiatives in the Prudential Law Department. This senior attorney will provide counsel and advice to various internal business units and senior management as well as other members of the Law Department, and will work very closely with the Prudential Privacy Law Team. The successful candidate will have the ability to lead a cross business/corporate center legal working group that will assist the domestic Prudential Businesses to harness integrated data analytic competencies to provide relevant, impactful, innovative and timely insights that enable informed decision-making, influence actions, and drive business outcomes. This Vice President and Chief Counsel will also have management and development responsibilities for a support team.