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Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Advises and partners with assigned business teams and independently drafts complex contracts related to commercial, clinical, research, and development-related activities. Provides legal support to assigned business teams encompassing all aspects of product conception, development, and launch, including research and development, business development, licensing, and IP protection and litigation, in close cooperation with internal stakeholders. Independently conducts legal research, fact gathering, and analyses on complex matters in areas of legal responsibility. Responds to legal issues arising from existing collaborations and partnerships, including ongoing relationships with licensors and licensees. Interfaces with other departments worldwide within the Roche Group, including regional or global Roche teams as part of business development and licensing activities and ensures that corporate procedures and applicable law are implemented and enforced. Maintains expert understanding on current legislative, regulatory and judicial developments and trends that may impact the company and remains current with U.S. state and federal law and regulations applicable to medical device manufacturers and manages company compliance with applicable requirements, including state conduct and financial reporting requirements. Counsels and provides appropriate legal service to all levels of the business on any legal issues having a basis in laws, rules or regulations of U.S. regulatory agencies, and coordinates with ex-U.S. legal resources regarding legal issues arising from foreign regulatory agency laws, rules and regulations. Manages external resources, including outside counsel, consultants, and vendors.

Requirements: JD Degree. Licensed to practice law in at least one U.S. state (preferably California). 8+ years' major law firm and in-house legal (preferably both) experience as sole or primary attorney handling complex patent licensing, collaboration, research, development and manufacturing agreements and able to do similar such work autonomously and without the need of more than minimal supervising attorney oversight. In-depth experience with one or more of the following practice areas: FDA regulatory law, health care law, anti-corruption laws, anti-trust law, workplace safety, privacy law, or other practice area predominated by U.S. governmental law and regulation applicable to the healthcare industry. Experience with drafting, negotiating and counseling with respect to complex collaborative R&D agreements, licensing agreements, supply agreements (including OEM manufacturing agreement) and other commercial transactions in the U.S. and/or abroad in the life science, diagnostics, medical device, and/or pharmaceutical industry. Ability to triage workflow and set appropriate priorities with clients. Strong oral and written communication skills and a demonstrated ability to establish and maintain open, candid and trusting work relationships. A high level of objectivity, integrity, motivation, team orientation, professionalism and trustworthiness, and a focus on doing business with ethics and integrity.
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