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Posted August 30, 2021

POSITION: Corporate Counsel Legal P&C Group (part virtual)

Furnishes specialized legal advice to the Companies' various departments in matters dealing with the most critical legal areas.  Researches and prepares written opinions to such legal questions.  Assists in carrying out legal procedures to resolve matters in assigned Corporate Legal division: Property and Casualty, Corporate Secretarial, Litigation, Labor and Agency, Life Company affairs.

COMPANY: Farmers Group, Inc.

LOCATIONS: Applicants must reside in or relocate to one of the following three Farmers "hubs": Grand Rapids, MI; Independence, OH or Woodland Hills, CA


  • Provide legal advice and counsel to all Personal Lines business units (Farmers, Bristol West, Foremost and Farmers Workplace Solutions);
  • Serve as primary counsel to assigned states and address all legal issues in the Auto, Home and Umbrella lines of business;
  • Support special projects as requested;
  • Collaborate with other attorneys as needed.


  • Analytical skills – Ability to issue spot and provide meaningful advice and counsel in a concise, risk-based manner;
  • Relationship management – Ability to establish, build and maintain effective working relationships with business clients;
  • Collaboration and Teamwork – Ability to work across legal functions to provide advice to clients (e.g. Marketing, Distribution, Procurement, etc.);
  • Discretion – Handle confidential and highly confidential information;
  • Agility – Ability to shift between projects and prioritize work to align to a fast-moving client;
  • Manage ambiguity and conduct risk assessment – Ability to provide advice to clients where the law may not be clear;
  • Strong research and writing skills – Ability to research, understand, and communicate multiple state laws across a range of practice areas;
  • Positively fosters diversity, inclusion, and engagement.


  • Product development, compliance, and pricing experience;
  • Experience engaging and negotiating with external parties such as regulators, vendors, and other parties to contracts.


Farmers is an equal opportunity employer.  Farmers employees continue to work remotely due to the pandemic. Long-term, flexible working arrangements expected.

Posted August 26, 2021

POSITION: Chief Compliance Officer/Associate General Counsel (“CCO/AGC”)

COMPANY: Vertical Screen

Since opening in 1989, Vertical Screen has grown into one of the world's leading applicant screening and onboarding service providers.  The company’s CEO and founder actively maintains its corporate structure and innovative technologies, allowing each of its companies to continually attract, retain and service the world's largest and most respected organizations, corporations and government entities.  The Vertical Screen family of companies includes Business Information Group (BIG), which serves the financial services industry; Certiphi Screening, which serves the healthcare industry; and Truescreen, which focuses on the general business sector.  Vertical Screen’s sister company, Fieldprint, provides Livescan fingerprinting, remote Form I-9 Section 2 completion, and other remote services exclusively through BIG, Certiphi Screening, Truescreen, and directly to federal and state governments.  The Vertical Screen companies utilize technologically advanced resources to provide comprehensive and in-depth background screening; drug testing and occupational health screening; fingerprinting; DOT and other regulatory compliance services; on-boarding services; international screening; student screening; and vendor/contingent parties screening services.

LOCATION: Warminster, PA, or Mt. Laurel, NJ Locations (with potential travel to either location.)

RELOCATION: No. Local candidates strongly preferred.

DESCRIPTION: The CCO/AGC provides oversight and guidance on all compliance issues.  In addition, this role identifies key business risks and legal requirements as well as partners with various departments to meet business needs.  The CCO/AGC also provides legal advice on a variety of matters related to compliance.

Essential Functions:

Manage all compliance and regulatory requirements from the legal/business perspective and provides legal oversight of risk management.

  • Counsel and advise the organization on a variety of compliance issues.
  • Apply deep understanding and knowledge of consumer reporting, privacy and data protection laws, including but not limited to: The Fair Credit Reporting Act and states’ equivalents; Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act; Drivers Privacy Protection Act; General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and similar data protection laws; Recently enacted U.S. privacy laws including in California, Virginia, and Colorado.
  • Review and advise on relevant compliance developments and updates (including new laws, filed complaints, court opinions, agency advisory guidance), summarizing, and discussing with Operations and senior management, when appropriate, to ensure compliance.
  • Assess and develop proposed compliance updates/process revisions that are necessary based on legal or regulatory changes.
  • Manage special compliance projects as they arise; work with cross-functional teams, including IT and Operations, on continual product and process improvement and regulatory compliance.
  • Review and summarize all internal investigations on new litigation matters, including reviewing all case documents, communications, dispute communications, and other information provided by Operations and develop a complete summary of case background.
  • Communicate with outside counsel on matters related to all litigation, including discussions on legal theories/strategy, coordination of questions from outside counsel to internal staff, and coordination of all discovery requests in litigation matters (including determining what information we have, what information we need to provide, and what information could be relevant to assist in our defense of each matter).
  • Review all documents and communications related to litigation matters, including all court filings, response filings, memorandum and communications from counsel, and all documents and information being provided as part of discovery responses.
  • Utilize understanding of technology development and experience to advise engineers and developers on process improvements and automations.
  • Research and identify legal requirements and risks in key business activities and with litigation activity.
  • Research any necessary legal or compliance issues based on internal or client questions, and draft responses to such questions.
  • Draft and review writings or compliance alerts for clients, including News to Note, Legislative Alerts, White Papers, Compliance Alerts, and responses to individual inquiries from clients.

COMPENSATION: Competitive salary, based on years of experience, and comprehensive medical/prescription/vision benefits, dental benefits, life insurance, paid time off/holidays and 401K match.

EXPERIENCE: Five or more years of related consumer reporting law experience.  Experience with technical competencies a plus.

BAR: Must be licensed and admitted in good standing to practice law in Pennsylvania and/or New Jersey (one of those jurisdictions can be admission through an in-house corporate counsel license.)


Posted August 24, 2021

POSITION: Senior Staff Counsel


LOCATION: King of Prussia, PA

POSITION PURPOSE: This is an opportunity for a highly motivated commercial attorney, who will be responsible for providing timely and effective legal support and counseling to a growing technology solutions company in the lending industry.  In doing so, the Counsel will, among other things, negotiate and draft a wide range of complex, commercial agreements and advise on related regulatory and risk management matters.  This position will report directly to the Chief Legal Officer.


  • Work with cross functional teams to support the delivery of legal services related to our broad & expanding portfolio of lending solutions.
  • Draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of commercial agreements to meet business and legal requirements, including client agreements, partner agreements, group purchasing agreements, etc.
  • Collaborate with sales, marketing, finance, and other departments to analyze business, regulatory and legal contract terms.
  • Assist in the management of contract documentation flow, approvals, reporting and archiving consistent with internal processes.
  • Develop creative and compliant solutions to resolve complicated business challenges and customer disputes.
  • Negotiate with key clients, partners and vendors.
  • Provide ongoing counseling regarding (and efficient implementation of) various corporate policies, initiatives and/or programs.
  • Cooperate across departments and to achieve optimal results while minimizing risk.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Critical Competencies:

  • Proven ability to independently lead and execute all facets of challenging engagements with highest integrity and ethics – from preliminary/conceptual advice, through structuring, negotiating, drafting, closing, and any subsequent conflict resolution.
  • Highly polished and effective negotiation, communication, listening and drafting skills, including those suitable for interaction with senior managers and executive leadership within our organization and with senior management of key customers.
  • Demonstrated skill in working collaboratively with multiple teams simultaneously, some of whom may be located outside of the U.S.
  • Proven ability to identify and initiate needed actions and follow-up.
  • Innovation in design and delivery of legal strategies and solutions to support ever-evolving business objectives.
  • Experience with monitoring and improving processes through ongoing optimization efforts, technology enhancements, and business partner feedback.
  • Willingness and ability to travel domestically and, and potentially from time-to-time, internationally.


  • Minimum of 4 years of commercial law experience in a well-regarded law firm or in-house legal department.
  • U.S. law degree (J.D.) required.
  • Admitted to practice law in Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (or ability to obtain Pennsylvania Limited In-House Corporate Counsel License).

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience in the lending industry
  • Experience dealing with highly regulated and complex compliance industries
  • Experience working at a private equity owned firm
  • We are looking for someone who is willing to identify gaps, recommend and implement solutions, and jump in wherever necessary.

Travel: Potential to travel up to 10%.


defi SOLUTIONS partners with captives, banks, credit unions, and finance companies of all types and sizes to allow lenders to focus and transform their operations.  The company’s comprehensive suite of originations, servicing, and analytics solutions together with technology-enabled processing services creates a flexible, configurable, and scalable platform that addresses lenders and borrowers ever-evolving needs.  defi SOLUTIONS combines the expertise of defi SOLUTIONS and the former Sagent Auto Lending with the backing of Warburg Pincus, Bain Capital Ventures and Fiserv.

defi SOLUTIONS is an Equal Opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

Posted August 18, 2021

POSITION: Legal Counsel, Employment and Litigation

COMPANY: Wawa, Inc.


DESCRIPTION: Serve as the primary supporting attorney to the Assistant General Counsel, Employment and Litigation in the management and counseling of the employment and litigation legal affairs of the Company.


  • Support the Assistant General Counsel, Employment and Litigation and other attorneys in the management and counseling of the employment, litigation and pre-litigation legal affairs of the Company.
  • Represent the Company in employment and other litigation matters in front of various federal, state, and local agencies or courts including drafting position statements, propounding and responding to written discovery and subpoenas, taking and defending depositions, drafting summary judgment motions and preparing for trial.
  • Advise corporate clients concerning all applicable laws, regulations, policies and practices that involve the employment relationship.
  • Provide legal advice in connection with internal employment-related investigations.
  • Provide legal advice in connection with the Company’s unionized workforce including collective bargaining and unfair labor practice charges.
  • Develop and conduct continuous training for management and non-management level employees on various legal issues (e.g., ADA, FMLA, hiring, EEO, etc.).
  • Oversee litigation hold/preservation processes in litigation matters, including drafting of litigation hold notices.
  • Direct and supervise outside counsel handling employment or other litigation, including devising case strategy, establishing a budget and serving as liaison for investigations, discovery, and other litigation-related tasks.
  • Counsel operations and corporate clients on general commercial matters and regulatory compliance.
  • Provide legal advice to operations regarding various compliance issues including customer banning, citations and subpoenas.
  • Interpret contracts, laws, rulings and regulations and render opinions to Company management, HR professionals and other attorneys as needed.
  • Review and negotiate contracts and other legal instruments of the Company, specifically the acquisition of technology and services, severance agreements and consulting agreements as requested by the People Team.
  • Provide research, legal advice and other legal assistance to Company management, HR professionals and the other attorneys as needed.
  • Support the Assistant General Counsel in maintaining complaint e-discovery and document retention policies and processes.
  • Monitor legislative, regulatory and litigation trends in employment and commercial laws, anticipate legal risks and provide cost-benefit analysis when identifying risks.
  • Review and draft corporate policies and procedures, including the Company policy handbook, and update existing policies and procedures as necessary.


  • Ability to manage and resolve litigation in a way that meets Company strategies
  • Communicate effectively both orally and in writing
  • Analyze information and effectively propose solutions
  • Strong critical thinking, research, writing, and organization skills
  • Strong attention to detail and excellent follow-up
  • High degree of professionalism and confidentiality
  • Ability to effectively negotiate
  • Handle multiple priorities simultaneously
  • Work independently as well as in a team environment
  • Align and collaborate across organizational boundaries


  • Juris Doctor degree from an accredited establishment
  • Member of Pennsylvania or New Jersey bar in good standing
  • At least five years of employment litigation experience, preferably obtained in a large law firm setting or employment litigation boutique
  • Experience in representing a national retailer or retail organization preferred
  • Experience in handling labor union matters and commercial litigation preferred


Wawa will provide reasonable accommodation to complete an application upon request, consistent with applicable law. If you require an accommodation, please contact our Associate Service Center at or 1-800-444-9292.

Posted August 10, 2021

POSITION: Associate General Counsel - M&A


Gopuff is seeking an experienced, practical, business-oriented lawyer to assume the role of Associate General Counsel - M&A, reporting to the Company’s General Counsel.  The Associate General Counsel will be responsible for providing leadership, guidance, direction and execution on a broad range of global M&A activities, and partner with the Company’s Corporate Development team to provide oversight and legal advice with respect to Gopuff’s M&A transactions.

LOCATION: Gopuff has HQ presence in Philadelphia, San Francisco, Austin, Boston, Seattle, Miami, New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago, and this role can be located in any of these cities.


  • Provide oversight and legal advice with respect to the Company’s global M&A transactions, including but not limited to, structuring transactions, managing the team’s drafting and reviewing of agreements, overseeing the due diligence process, and overseeing and managing post-closing activities;
  • Work with cross-functional business units to execute, manage, and track corporate transactions and other projects from inception to closing;
  • Partner with international corporate development team and lead the legal team responsible for the Company’s M&A activities;
  • Direct and oversee the work of outside counsel;
  • Take an active role in leadership, including the professional development and mentorship of Legal team members; and,
  • Work to ensure consistency regarding process and contract terms from deal-to-deal, and implement processes to ensure that the institutional knowledge acquired in connection with each transaction is captured and shared throughout the M&A function.


  • Must be in good standing and be admitted to a U.S. state bar;
  • Seeking candidates with 10+ years of combined experience within both a large law firm and in-house company;
  • Significant experience with M&A transactions and corporate governance matters, with cross-border M&A experience a plus;
  • Experience in both private and public company acquisitions;
  • Ability to prioritize, remain organized, and execute effectively within a fast paced, team-oriented environment;
  • A detail-oriented, self-starter attitude with the ability to think critically and exercise independent judgment;
  • Strong interpersonal and presentation skills, along with the ability to communicate effectively with others at all levels of the organization;
  • Ability to establish and maintain strong relationships across the organization’s various departments.


Posted August 10, 2021

POSITION: Associate General Counsel - Corporate & Governance


Gopuff is seeking a practical, creative, business-oriented lawyer to assume the role of Associate General Counsel - Corporate & Governance, reporting to the Company’s General Counsel.  The Associate General Counsel will work on matters related to the Company’s corporate governance, financing activities, managing the Company’s equity plans and cap tables, and leading the securities law compliance function.

LOCATION: Gopuff has HQ presence in Philadelphia, San Francisco, Austin, Boston, Seattle, Miami, New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago, and this role can be located in any of these cities.


  • Help build a best-in-class corporate and securities function;
  • Provide legal support for corporate transactions, including securities offerings, financings, investments, and other strategic transactions;
  • Manage the team responsible for  the Company’s corporate governance policies and procedures, including creation and management of new legal entities and drafting intercompany agreements;
  • Lead the legal team responsible for drafting materials and resolutions for the Company’s board of directors;
  • Ensure compliance with securities laws, rules and regulations;
  • Partner with the Finance team to manage securities law compliance efforts, including the development and maintenance of policies, procedures, and training initiatives;
  • Work with the Finance, People and Legal teams with respect to the administration of the Company’s equity plans, including relevant financial reporting, administration, and disclosure issues;
  • Take an active role in leadership, including the professional development and mentorship of Legal team members; and
  • Provide advice and counsel to business team leaders on securities and governance matters, in consultation with other members of the Legal team and outside counsel, as necessary.


  • Must be in good standing and be admitted to a U.S. state bar;
  • Seeking candidates with 10+ years of combined experience within both a large law firm and in-house company;
  • Well-versed in capital markets, securities law, and corporate governance;
  • Experience in a startup or emerging growth company is a plus, ideally at a technology or consumer-facing company;
  • Ability to prioritize, remain organized, and execute effectively within a fast paced, team-oriented environment;
  • A detail-oriented, self-starter attitude with the ability to think critically and exercise independent judgment;
  • Strong interpersonal and presentation skills, along with the ability to communicate effectively with others at all levels of the organization; and,
  • Ability to establish and maintain strong relationships across the organization’s various departments.


Posted August 4, 2021

POSITION: Assistant Region Counsel, Northeast Region (reporting to the Associate General Counsel, Northeast Region.)

COMPANY: Lehigh Hanson (North America’s leading supplier of cement, aggregates, ready mix concrete, and asphalt, and part of the HeidelbergCement Group.)

LOCATION: Allentown, PA

  • Provide timely advice and counsel to internal clients in various legal topics (contracts, litigation, real property, etc.);
  • Draft and review various agreements (including but not limited to purchase and sales agreements, service agreements, confidentiality agreements, leases, easements);
  • Research and analyze legal issues and write summaries/memos for submission to Associate General Counsel, Northeast Region;
  • Manage all aspects of litigation disputes and advise on pre-litigation disputes;
  • Assist in gathering documentation and information in response to subpoenas and litigation discovery requests;
  • Prepare summaries of the status of litigation and other legal matters for Associate General Counsel, Northeast Region;
  • Provide in-house legal training on various legal topics;
  • Handle other legal matters and duties as assigned by the Associate General Counsel, Northeast Region.


  • Minimum of four years of relevant legal experience. Experience in real estate or litigation is preferred, but not required;
  • Candidates must hold a Juris Doctor (J.D.) or equivalent law degree from an accredited institution and be admitted to the bar in good standing in a state in the United States;
  • Ability to work independently – but knowing when to ask questions;
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills; the ideal candidate is professional, honest, diligent, and empathetic;
  • Excellent negotiation skills with the ability to keep complex legal negotiations simple and clear, while striving to find a mutually agreeable outcome in an efficient but risk-conscious manner;
  • Ability to quickly learn and grasp the legal importance of new and unfamiliar issues is necessary for the position;
  • Capable of prioritizing and juggling multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment to provide prompt support to business operations;
  • Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis.


Posted on July 19, 2021

POSITION: Assistant General Counsel - M&A (Part of the Law Department’s Commercial Team, and reports to the Deputy General Counsel – Commercial Law.)


LOCATION: King of Prussia, PA


  • Function as a key member of the in-house commercial attorney team and the overall Arkema law department.
  • Support and provide legal guidance on mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, financings, restructurings and other commercial transactions to multiple business units and functional departments within Arkema and its subsidiaries.
  • Fast-paced environment, requiring wide range of capabilities, and flexibility.
  • Provide legal advice on all mergers and acquisitions needs, including contracting, antitrust, and policy compliance. Provide advice on laws at both the federal and state level.
  • Work independently with business group and functional department clients in the US and globally with limited supervision as primary M&A legal advisor to the businesses, as well as with law department colleagues on all transaction issues.
  • Draft and review M&A contracts of all types for businesses and functions, as well as all ancillary agreements.
  • Negotiate M&A legal matters on behalf of the company. Handle small deals in-house.
  • Engage in and supervise due diligence activities
  • Supervise outside counsel
  • Conduct risk assessment and analysis within M&A context and within the overall Company structure.
  • Review various types of commercial and business contracts as part of the commercial team, as needed.


  • Must be able to work independently.
  • Must have excellent interpersonal skills, and be able to work with diverse client base including CEO,
  • CFO, General Counsel and other senior management.
  • Some business travel may be required. (Approximate Time 25%)
  • Need a team player that is flexible and adaptable, able to function in fast past environment.
  • Supports the site health, environment, safety (HES) policy and complies with all regulatory and
  • internal requirements.
  • Participates in HES activities provided by site management and Arkema Inc. (e.g., Behavioral Base Safety, SafeStart, etc.)
  • Supports and promotes the reporting of all health, safety, environmental, near-miss, accident or injury incidents.
  • Juris Doctorate required.
  • Experience handling a wide variety of large and small M&A matters required.
  • Both law firm and in-house experience preferred, but not required. Big law firm experience is a plus.
  • Excellent attention to detail skills essential.
  • Excellent writing and analytical skills are must.
  • Excellent judgment and discretion required.
  • Must be admitted in PA.
  • Minimum 8-15 years experience required.
  • Primary practice areas: commercial law, contracts, M&A, and antitrust.


Posted on July 16, 2021

POSITION: Corporate Counsel

COMPANY:  International SOS is the worldwide brand of a diverse group of companies that are in the business of saving lives and protecting a global workforce from health and security threats by delivering customized health, security risk management, and well-being solutions. The group of International SOS companies began as AEA International in 1985 in Singapore to provide emergency medical assistance services in Southeast Asia. Today, the company’s 250 operating companies bring a worldwide reach and human touch to: medical assistance, security, evacuation, travel and consulting services around the globe. International SOS is a trusted partner to the majority of the Fortune Global 500, governments, educational institutions and NGOs.


DESCRIPTION: The Corporate Counsel position will support International SOS Assistance, Inc. headquartered in Trevose, PA, providing health and security services to the business and scholastic traveler.

In this role, you will serve as legal advisor to the Assistance business line in the US: provide proactive legal support for commercial and vendor transactions; manage and negotiate client contracts, vendor contracts, and strategic partnership agreements; and support contract administration. You will oversee outside counsel for employment and commercial litigation matters and bring your data privacy experience to bear in a fast-paced commercial environment.

The Work You'll Be Doing:

  • Draft and negotiate complex commercial contracts in support of commercial transactions, review commercial terms for RFP and tenders;
  • Respond to escalations of commercial terms and guide contract manager(s) from Commercial Services. Provide training and updates to playbook;
  • Ensure all Stakeholders fully understand Contract requirements;
  • Support contracting strategies relative to amendments of terms and conditions, draft SOWs and contract amendments;
  • Develop supportive relationships and manage expectations of key internal and external (customer) stakeholders;
  • Collaborate with Commercial Services, Sales, Operations, Finance, HR, Quality, Group Legal;
  • Oversee outside counsel for litigation and agency matters;
  • Draft NDA agreements, employment and independent contractor agreements, conduct due diligence and participate in integration of new entities, as required;
  • Respond to Quality audits, complete HIPAA compliance reports;
  • Advise on health and welfare and employee benefits;
  • Support corporate governance and record keeping, as needed;
  • Recommend and drive process changes to enhance efficiency.

Your Required Work Experience and Qualifications:

  • 5-10 years of experience at a law firm or in-house legal department, with a minimum of 3 years negotiating contracts;
  • JD with excellent law school credentials;
  • Licensed to practice in PA or CA, preferred, or be eligible for licensure as a registered in- house counsel.

What You'll Bring To The Table:

  • Ability to influence stakeholders to comply with competing commercial processes;
  • Solid understanding of contract drafting, negotiation, and procurement;
  • High level of PC literacy (especially Microsoft Office suite), business writing and verbal communication skills;
  • Commercial acumen, as well as knowledge of commercial contracts law;
  • Conceptual and process thinking, decision making, attention to detail, ability to evaluate options, and learn new commercial processes;
  • Working knowledge of data privacy and data processing, preferred;
  • Familiarity with employee benefits/compensation, a plus.

What’s In It For You?

A competitive base salary commensurate with experience, 401k, a comprehensive medical/dental/vision plan, parental leave and paid time off.

What Are You Waiting For?  Apply now by submitting your resume to

Posted on July 8, 2021

POSITION: Real Estate Counsel


LOCATION: Philadelphia, PA


  • Draft and negotiate in-line, outparcel and anchor leases and related documents, operating agreements, service contracts, management agreements, and related documents.
  • Provide legal services to the Leasing, Operations, Accounting, Acquisitions, Asset Management, Lease Administration and Property Management departments.
  • Interface with outside counsel in handling specialized legal issues on behalf of the company.
  • Research leases and other legal documents.


  • J.D. degree and active Pennsylvania bar membership required.
  • Not less than three years of legal experience as a real estate lawyer representing a national or regional landlord in leasing retail space or representing a national retailer in leasing activities.
  • Ability to communicate effectively and accurately, both orally and in writing, with management and Company personnel, outside counsel and lenders.
  • Ability to handle multiple assignments and deadlines.
  • Effective interpersonal skills.


Posted on June 2, 2021

POSITION: AVP, Legal Counsel-M&A

Work From Home (US)

DESCRIPTION: Provide legal support, due diligence, and advice regarding Enstar’s M&A transactions and strategic investments

Key Accountabilities & Deliverables:

Legal support to the M&A Team

  • advising on various acquisitions and reinsurance transactions, including a broad range of stock purchase, mergers, reinsurance agreements, divestitures, strategic investments and other transactions;
  • performing legal due diligence;
  • reviewing, drafting and negotiating transaction and ancillary documents and working with outside counsel, as necessary;
  • identifying risks and issues (both legal and commercial) and assisting with the development of solutions;
  • advising and preparing regulatory approvals and change of control applications;
  • executing transaction signings and closings;
  • providing legal support on post-completion and integration matters; and
  • review and negotiation of non-disclosure agreements and other process related documents.

Provide legal support to and communicate with the wider Group Legal team and Legal M&A team, particularly with respect to intercompany transactions and agreements, corporate reorganizations and integrating newly acquired businesses and entities.

Other corporate legal and regulatory matters as assigned by manager and Group Head of Legal from time to time.

Education & Experience:

  • US qualified lawyer with a minimum of five (5) years relevant post qualification corporate insurance (M&A) experience.
  • Experience in international corporate insurance (M&A) transactions, collateralized reinsurance transactions and other acquisition transactions.
  • Experience in preparing and reviewing transaction documents, conducting due diligence, preparing ancillary transaction documents and managing transactions.
  • Additional experience with the insurance run-off industry, a plus.
  • Additional experience in divestitures, restructuring and reorganization transactions, preferred.
  • Additional experience with private equity and other alternative investments, a plus.


  • Sound knowledge of the insurance and reinsurance industry.
  • Knowledge of the corporate insurance and regulatory environment.
  • Expertise in drafting corporate insurance (M&A) transaction documents.
  • General corporate law and contractual principles.

General Skills / Attributes:

  • Experience of managing corporate insurance transactions in the insurance and reinsurance industry.
  • Excellent analytical, legal and presentation skills.
  • The ability to communicate in an effective and professional manner with both senior management and local management.
  • Good time management and organizational skills.
  • Commitment to ensuring high quality work product and timeliness of response.
  • Attention to detail and flexibility to adapt to changing circumstances.
  • The ability to work cooperatively in a team environment with peers and others, including by sharing information and workload
  • The ability to work in accordance with the Group Legal mission, vision, and values and contribute positively to the Group Legal Team’s culture




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