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Senior Counsel, Labor and Employment
The candidate should have J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school. Licensed to practice law in at least one state and in good standing with all state bars where admitted. If not admitted in Illinois, must successfully apply for in-house counsel licensure with the State Bar of Illinois. Must be licensed attorney with 6 years of experience handling labor & employment issues. Both labor and employment counseling experience is required. Prio...
Responsibilities: Will conduct research on human resources issues, such as employment law, employee benefits and workers' compensation. Assist in all legal matters for company's various businesses and subsidiaries, including those located outside the United States. Review, draft and negotiate contracts. Prepare legal memoranda and research legal issues. Interpret laws, rulings and regulations and determine how to apply to company. Assist in preparing docu...
Director, Senior Counsel
The candidate will be responsible for advising the company in multiple aspects of the business and will be involved in a variety of legal areas and projects. Emphasis will be on employment matters, real estate, customer contracts and vendor agreements. Advise regarding employment issues/rights while recommending legal action; mediates between employees and DSC and represents DSC in mediations or agency proceedings. Work in collaboration with the HR...