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Counsel, Privacy and IT Duties: All aspects of commercial IT contracts and privacy law: maximizing business opportunity while minimizing risk associated with the: Marketing, sales and service of products within the United States and. Development and production of local and global commercial IT and digital health products; (2) Legal support for the US Privacy Office as assigned or delegated from the Privacy Officer. Assisting the Ethics & Compliance function with investigations, roll-out, training and application of Compliance policies and rendering advice on compliance with Company policies and regulatory requirements. Other duties as appropriate may be assigned by Legal department leadership. Provides a cross-business practice perspective or industry perspective to the Legal Function and business based on prior experience. Contributes to the Legal department's policy and position-setting based on cross-functional expertise and exposure to multiple aspects of Roche business. Develops and conducts trainings with executive teams and the business. Deals with diverse and often times complex and sensitive issues, where analysis may require discretion, collaboration and in-depth evaluation of many factors. Exercises independent judgment in evaluating methods and determining criteria to develop solutions.. Networks and actively reaches out to/collaborates with senior internal and external personnel in area of expertise as well as key contacts outside area of expertise and across the Roche global network. Primarily provide counseling on commercial IT, digital health, and privacy law issues to all functional groups within Corporation, Diagnostics Operations and Diabetes Care, Inc. and services to the business, including U.S. Privacy Program support, management, marketing, sales, research and development, and manufacturing. Develop an in-depth working knowledge of Roche's commercial IT and digital health products, pipeline, market and business models and apply this knowledge in the delivery of sound and practical legal advice. Assist the Ethics & Compliance team with ensuring Company compliance with laws, regulations and industry standards that include, among others, state and federal anti-kickback statutes,, compliance with FDA and other relevant regulatory requirements, and compliance with applicable corporate codes and policies. Embody the cultural beliefs and do what it takes to ensure that is and continues to be a great place to work. Foster cross-functional and unit collaboration and understanding of Diagnostics businesses, products, customers and goals. Review and keep business unit management informed of legal developments. Understand competitive landscape and proactively develop competitive legal and compliance solutions that best positions Roche. Work as a liaison between clients and subject matter expert attorneys (intellectual property, regulatory, fraud and abuse) to ensure effective mitigation of risk in specialized areas of law. Negotiate, draft and review contracts and other legal documents required by the relevant franchise and business unit. Work with global business area and affiliate attorneys as necessary to assist clients in achieving business goals.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA-accredited law school, licensed to practice law in one or more of the 50 states. 5 years legal experience. CIPP/US or similar certification or willingness to obtain such certification within 6 months of starting the role. Preferred: Experience practicing law at a large- to medium-sized law firm or within a corporate law or contracting department in a Life Sciences company (i.e., Pharma, Diagnostics, Devices, Biotech). Strong transactional, contract development and negotiation experience. Experience reviewing, drafting, and negotiating: information security and privacy provisions in agreements; privacy and data transfer or processing agreements is preferred. Experience advising on information security and privacy issues, particularly those associated with consulting, technology, or cloud computing agreements is preferred. Knowledge of, and working experience with, federal, state, and international information security and privacy laws, rules, regulations, and industry standards (such as HIPAA, CCPA, GDPR) is preferred. Experience representing a company in the Life Sciences industry (i.e., Pharma, Diagnostics, Devices, Biotech) or experience representing multiple businesses within Diagnostics. Willingness and ability to deliver a consistent message in the face of pressure or adversity. A demonstrated ability to establish and maintain open, candid, collaborative, and trusting work relationships. Ability to exercise independent judgment, and to work with and maintain confidential and sensitive information. A professional with a positive can-do attitude, flexibility and adaptability, wide-ranging experience, business acumen, professionalism and sound judgment. Excellent analytical and problem solving skills and the ability to manage ambiguous situations and issues. Proven ability to take a proactive long-term view of business goals and objectives in order to achieve strategic business results. Enthusiasm and self-starter qualities, and ability to manage responsibilities with an appropriate sense of urgency. Ability to function effectively and efficiently in a fast-paced and dynamic environment.

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