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Senior Attorney
Employment & Litigation, R
Posted on 7/7/2022
Remote • United States
Experience Level
Desired Skills
  • J.D. degree from an accredited U.S. law school and license to practice law required
  • Minimum of 7-10 years of employment litigation/counseling experience with a law firm, including independent handling of pleadings, discovery, motions, etc.; commercial litigation experience a plus
  • Substantial experience in e-discovery, including investigation, identification, preservation, review and production of electronic records
  • Substantial experience with legal hold process including drafting legal hold notices, engaging in defensible preservation efforts and advising clients or internal stakeholders on legal hold requirements
  • Strong knowledge of employment law (including, FMLA, FLSA, ADA, ADEA, Title VII, ERISA, whistleblower laws and state law counterparts) required. M&A experience, working knowledge of immigration law and OFCCP compliance a plus. Knowledge of the following preferred but not required: defamation, anti-corruption (FCPA); FCRA and TCPA; compliance/privacy-related laws and regulations including CCPA, GLBA, HIPPA, CAN-SPAM and, security breach notification laws. Demonstrated ability to apply the given requirements to all situations and to develop, implement and maintain adequate controls to meet all such requirements
  • Proven ability to thrive and deliver in a highly demanding, innovative and constantly changing corporate environment. Demonstrated ability to regularly re-prioritize risks, objectives and action plans based on an evolving corporate and regulatory landscape
  • Demonstrated leadership and ability to drive results, to engage business colleagues and influence stake holders and decision makers within different geographic/global regions and operational responsibilities to achieve effective and desired outcomes. Proven track record of creative problem solving, building consensus, forging coalitions and leveraging relationships to achieve strategic objectives
  • Excellent presentation and communication skills - both oral and written, as well as good analytical and negotiation skills
  • Must be extremely detail-oriented and have strong organizational and project management skills
  • The ability to travel for work is required, although travel is not expected to exceed 5-10% of time annually and will be matter dependent and not on a consistent schedule
  • Employment Law - Assist with day-to-day legal support for the company's human resources team for all employee matters, including employee relations, investigations, disability accommodations, performance management, compliance with labor/employment law, reductions-in-force, employee classification/exemption status and hiring, as well as benefits- related matters. Support global human resources teams, working with outside counsel as appropriate. Responsible for updating employee-related agreements, such as new hire agreement and company severance agreement, as well as maintaining repository of current agreements. Evaluate applicability of post-employment restrictions to potential hires and former employees. Review, develop, and draft policies and procedures, necessary to support the proper and legal functioning of human resources team
  • Litigation - Assist with management of all legal disputes on a global basis, including all litigation, discovery-related matters and administrative actions, such as EEOC charges. Manage (where appropriate, together with outside counsel) discovery and e-discovery process, including collection and review of records subject to production in litigations and other disputes. Oversee legal hold life-cycle and ensure maintenance of defensible process, including drafting and issuing legal hold notices/related preservation notices; engaging in requisite record preservation/retention in connection with legal hold process; interviewing records custodians to ensure preservation of all necessary records; and administering/maintaining current legal hold record-keeping, including updating appropriate logs and overseeing storage of electronic and other assets subject to legal holds. Develop and draft litigation, discovery and legal hold policy and process documents. Implement litigation operations management procedure ensuring compliance with stakeholder requirements (e.g., finance) at the beginning and end of litigations. Produce global reporting on litigations and disputes, support quarterly disclosure process, including the management of legal reserves, and manage reporting to insurance company. Provide support to and liaise with the compliance team on compliance issues and policies
  • Dispute Resolution and Support Customer/Data Operations - Manage/resolve claims/disputes with third parties, including but not limited to vendors, customers, and data subjects. Initiate respond to and handle cease and desist matters. Serve as primary support for customer and data operations groups in handling claims/disputes/complaints/requests for information and subpoenas. Provide training and guidance, as appropriate, to customer and data operations groups, on the handling of disputes. Responsible for metrics and data collection on disputes
Dun & Bradstreet
Business intelligence products for companies
Company mission
Dun & Bradstreet seeks to create a global network of trust enabling clients to turn uncertainty into confidence, risk into opportunity, and potential into prosperity. The company is building on its world-class data and analytics—Dun & Bradstreet Data Cloud—to deliver more data and deeper insights.
  • Medical and Prescription Drug: Comprehensive coverage through a choice of a Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) plan and Consumer Directed Health Plan (CDHP). The CDHP plan has a Health Savings Account (HSA) option. D&B contributes to the HSA each year.
  • Dental: Insurance including preventive care, basic care, major care and orthodontia
  • Vision: Coverage for routine eye exams and prescription lenses, frames and contact lenses
  • Health Care Accounts: Set aside before-tax dollars to pay for eligible health care expenses. You can choose a Healthcare Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or Health Savings Account (HSA).
  • Life Insurance: Company paid life insurance, as well as additional coverage including Basic, Supplemental, Spouse or Domestic Partner, and Child
  • Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance: Benefit that provides a payment if you suffer an accident that is fatal or dismembering
  • Business Travel Accident Insurance: Benefit that provides a payment if you are injured or die as a result of an accident while traveling on Company-approved business
  • Short-Term Disability (STD): Company provided benefit that offers you income protection for absence due to nonwork-related injury or illness
  • Long-Term Disability (LTD): Coverage that picks up when your STD ends. It provides income protection if you become totally disabled and are unable to work after 180 days of continuous disability.
  • Critical Illness Insurance: Insurance that is intended to supplement your medical and disability coverage. It provides a lump-sum benefit in the event you (or a covered family member) are diagnosed with a covered condition, such as cancer, heart attack, and more
  • Hospital Indemnity Insurance: Provides a lump-sum benefit to help you pay for costs in the event you (or a covered family member) are hospitalized.
  • Accident Insurance: Provides a lump-sum benefit to help you (or a covered family member) pay for costs for a covered injury and related services
  • 401(k) Plan: Retirement plan into which you can make before-tax, Roth and after-tax contributions; company match is available along with a wide range of investment options
  • Personalized Planning & Advice (PP&A): Assistance with 401(k) investment decisions and financial wellness
  • Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA): Set aside before-tax dollars to use towards eligible dependent child or adult care services
  • Legal Insurance Plan: Insurance plan that provides you with prepaid legal services to help you address a wide range of legal matters (i.e. home purchase, will creation, small claims court, dispute with a home contractor, and much more)
  • Home and Auto Insurance: Special group rates and discounts on protection of your home, car and other personal property
  • Commuter Benefit: Pay for your commuting expenses through before-tax payroll deductions
  • Pet Insurance: Plan that reimburses you for expenses incurred for covered services
  • Vacation days: 20 days and you are eligible to earn more based on your years of service
  • Holidays: 9 paid days that coincide with the national holidays when our US offices are closed, plus one floating holiday of your choice
  • Volunteer Days: Two days per year to volunteer
  • Unsick Day: One paid day off to visit the doctor when you are not sick
  • Paid Maternity & Paternity Leave: Up to 16 weeks of paid leave for the primary caregiver, and up to 2 weeks of paid leave for the secondary caregiver
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP): Free confidential support, including access a network of professional counselors, and referrals on resources for everyday needs
  • Adoption Assistance: Reimbursement for eligible expenses related to adopting a child
  • Education Assistance: Provides financial assistance for outside education to enable team members to achieve greater results in their current position and/or to prepare team members for future assignments within Dun & Bradstreet
Company Values
  • Data-Inspired - We’re passionate about the power of data. It’s at the heart of everything we do.
  • Relentlessly Curious - We embrace the change in the world around us. We know it brings new problems to solve, new things to learn and new ways to grow.
  • Inherently Generous - We succeed by helping others succeed. We openly share our time and talent, and we confidently welcome the help of others.