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Health Care/Attorney/In House/Bridgewater, New Jersey

Bridgewater NJ ASO Director Duties: To determine the safety profile of assigned registered/marketed products through the medical assessment of adverse reactions and product technical complaints leading to adverse events and the early detection and evaluation of potential safety signals. Providing essential safety expertise for decisions related to study proposals and protocols, regulatory labeling, cross-functional Medical Affairs activities, internal processes, as well as responding to requests from the local Regulatory Authority. Contributes to the development of risk management strategies and risk minimization tactics and related implementation and communication plans for assigned registered/marketed products. Additionally, responsibilities include the adaptation of the Global Risk Management Plan (RMP) to local specificities for products submitted for U.S. approval. Ensures high-quality and timely medical evaluation of ICSR from spontaneous and solicited reporting sources, in compliance with FDA regulations and Corporate policy, in close collaboration with Case Management team. Accurately assesses ICSR report ability for regulatory submission, in accordance with FDA regulations, post-marketing commitments to FDA, and Corporate policy. For aggregate data safety review: Autonomously prepares relevant sections of Periodic Adverse Drug Experience Reports for FDA, demonstrating best practices in safety analysis and in medical/business writing. Proactively identifies and evaluates potential safety signals utilizing state-of-the-art tools, through early active surveillance of aggregate post marketing safety data to ensure accurate and robust product safety information. Autonomously performs ad hoc safety reviews with integration of quantitative and qualitative information based on needs arising from the regulatory/competitive/business environment and effectively communicates that safety analysis to all relevant stakeholders. As Pharmacovigilance Expert: Maintains comprehensive, up-to-date safety knowledge of assigned products through review of global aggregate safety reports (e.g. PSURs) and through review of relevant scientific literature. Contributes to the training and mentoring of Case Management colleagues and Senior Manager-level Affiliate Safety Officers. Collaborates closely with therapeutically-aligned Medical Information Services and Case Management teams to leverage synergies in effecting shared safety objectives. Provides safety expertise during IST proposal review and US protocol development as well as safety oversight of applicable clinical trials. Actively represents safety perspectives in Labeling Working Group meetings to ensure safety topics and risks are adequately addressed. Provides safety expertise for interactions with FDA and other customers regarding ad hoc safety requests and inspections. Determines the safety profile and potential product risks of new and existing products from spontaneous report data as well as medical literature and post-marketing studies of any type in collaboration with relevant corporate departments (e.g. development, medical, Pharmacovigilance). Due diligence activities for products being evaluated for in-licensing or purchase and related safety data exchange agreements. Forecasts resource needs for new products and for expanded indications of existing products, based on marketing projections and sales data. For Risk Management and Communication: Collaborates with Evidence Based Medicine and Medical Units in the development, analysis and interpretation of study data to optimize the effective and safe use of Sanofi products. Collaborates with cross-functional Medical Affairs Core Team to provide strategic input that is compliant and effectively links to the Business Unit needs. Participates in the development and communication of Risk Management strategies, as well as the risk minimization tactics, in support of assigned products. Acquires full knowledge of the safety specifications and context motivating a RMP and REMS; consults appropriate experts and functions to propose local adaptations to a global Pharmacovigilance plan or create a local RMP as needed, in collaboration with US RISC management. Contributes to the writing, coordination, review, approval and maintenance of the local RMP and local REMS. Effectively communicates RMP and REMS to all relevant internal stakeholders. Participates in the preparation of communication documents related to REMS activities to Health Care Providers, Patients, and Risk Management Experts. Responsible for maintaining up-to-date knowledge regarding concerned products, regulatory environment, risk management methods and regulations.

Qualifications: Doctorate degree from an accredited college or university (M.D., J.D., PhD, PharmD, or equivalent). 3-5 years Public Health or clinical practice experience. 2-4 years experience in Safety Surveillance, Pharmacovigilance or Drug Safety. 5-8 years of total experience in the pharmaceutical industry, partly in related areas, such as medical affairs, clinical trials management, regulatory affairs or quality assurance.
Legal 2 - 4 Full-time 2014-07-28

Corporate,Intellectual Property/Counsel/In House/Broomfield, Colorado

Broomfield CO Legal Counsel IV Duties: Negotiation of complex hardware development, supply, contract manufacturing, logistics and technology licensing transactions. Advice and counsel on issues relating to hardware development, manufacturing and support, supplier disputes, legal and regulatory issues relating to hardware products, and company policies and procedures. Fiduciary support for regulatory, environmental and trade compliance and company policies. Responsible for managing legal matters pertaining to the organization. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services and counseling to Company's department and divisions. Represents company in litigation and other legal or administrative actions or investigations. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services to Company's departments and divisions. Acts as an advisor on legal issues involving the organizations government and regulatory compliance. Reviews legal data and advises organization on appropriate legal action to be taken. Coordinates legal matters handled by outside counsel. May develop and provide legal training to internal clients on an as-needed basis. Demonstrates experience in general corporate matters, including corporate organization, securities compliance, drafting transactional documents, license/technology agreements, employment law, immigration law, intellectual property, regulatory matters, contract management, and financing.

Qualifications: B.S. in computer science, computer engineering, or similar background. Passed State Bar or meets country specifications. Should have 8+ years of experience with complex inbound and/or outbound commercial transactions involving IP, technology, manufacturing and logistics issues. Experience in trade secrets, advertising law, registration and other resolution specific to the computer and technology industry as well as SEC reporting. Strong fiduciary focus. Effective interpersonal and cross-organizational communication and collaboration skills. Ability to be versatile, pragmatic and creative identifying and assessing risks, and developing sustainable, practical solutions that balance business and legal considerations. Demonstrated ability to learn new issues and subject areas quickly, manage competing priorities and maintain good judgment, sense of humor and focus when working in a fast paced environment. Familiarity with cross-border tax, contracting and trade compliance issues. Provision of legal advice and services to the business; management of the legal systems. Leading contributor individually and as a team member, providing direction and mentoring to others. Work is non-routine and very complex, involving the application of advanced technical/business skills in area of specialization. Proficient with both U.S. and foreign patent prosecution. Proficient writing skills.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2014-07-28

Corporate,Intellectual Property/Counsel/In House/Redwood City, California

Redwood City CA Legal Counsel IV Duties: Negotiation of complex hardware development, supply, contract manufacturing, logistics and technology licensing transactions. Advice and counsel on issues relating to hardware development, manufacturing and support, supplier disputes, legal and regulatory issues relating to hardware products, and company policies and procedures. Fiduciary support for regulatory, environmental and trade compliance and company policies. Responsible for managing legal matters pertaining to the organization. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services and counseling to Company's department and divisions. Represents company in litigation and other legal or administrative actions or investigations. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services to Company's departments and divisions. Acts as an advisor on legal issues involving the organizations government and regulatory compliance. Reviews legal data and advises organization on appropriate legal action to be taken. Coordinates legal matters handled by outside counsel. May develop and provide legal training to internal clients on an as-needed basis. Demonstrates experience in general corporate matters, including corporate organization, securities compliance, drafting transactional documents, license/technology agreements, employment law, immigration law, intellectual property, regulatory matters, contract management, and financing.

Qualifications: B.S. in computer science, computer engineering, or similar background. Passed State Bar or meets country specifications. Should have 8+ years of experience with complex inbound and/or outbound commercial transactions involving IP, technology, manufacturing and logistics issues. Experience in trade secrets, advertising law, registration and other resolution specific to the computer and technology industry as well as SEC reporting. Strong fiduciary focus. Effective interpersonal and cross-organizational communication and collaboration skills. Ability to be versatile, pragmatic and creative identifying and assessing risks, and developing sustainable, practical solutions that balance business and legal considerations. Demonstrated ability to learn new issues and subject areas quickly, manage competing priorities and maintain good judgment, sense of humor and focus when working in a fast paced environment. Familiarity with cross-border tax, contracting and trade compliance issues. Provision of legal advice and services to the business; management of the legal systems. Leading contributor individually and as a team member, providing direction and mentoring to others. Work is non-routine and very complex, involving the application of advanced technical/business skills in area of specialization. Proficient with both U.S. and foreign patent prosecution. Proficient writing skills.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2014-07-28

Contract Law,Intellectual Property,Litigation/Counsel/In House/Cambridge, Massachusetts

Cambridge MA Legal Counsel IV The candidate's primary focus will be on patent prosecution management, patent portfolio management, licensing, and patent risk mitigation. Will review ideas with inventors and determine patent filing strategy; manage outside counsel in preparation and prosecution of patent applications; investigate and advise on third party patent positions; provide patent-related training to developers and product managers; counsel developers and management on patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret matters; and create and implement intellectual property policies and guidelines. Work closely with other company attorneys on intellectual property litigation, IPRs and other post-grant proceedings, transactional matters, and acquisitions. Will also study and provide counsel on legislative and court developments in domestic and foreign patent law. Report to Company's Associate General Counsel Patent, Trademark and Copyright. Provision of legal advice and services to the business; management of the legal systems. Responsible for managing legal matters pertaining to the organization. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services and counseling to company's department and divisions. Represents company in litigation and other legal or administrative actions or investigations. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services to company's departments and divisions. Acts as an advisor on legal issues involving the organization's government and regulatory compliance. Reviews legal data and advises organization on appropriate legal action to be taken. Coordinates legal matters handled by outside counsel. May develop and provide legal training to internal clients on an as-needed basis. Demonstrates experience in general corporate matters, including corporate organization, securities compliance, drafting transactional documents, license/technology agreements, employment law, immigration law, intellectual property, regulatory matters, contract management, and financing. Experience in trade secrets, advertising law, registration and other resolution specific to the computer and technology industry as well as SEC reporting. Leading contributor individually and as a team member, providing direction and mentoring to others.

The candidate should have B.S. in computer science, computer engineering, or similar background. Must have passed state Bar or meets country specifications. Proficient writing skills. 8 years of related experience is required. Should have J.D. degree from a top U.S. law school and USPTO admission. 5+ years of experience as a patent attorney is preferred. Experience in preparing and prosecuting patent applications in enterprise hardware and software-based technologies and counseling clients on patent matters, including infringement/validity analysis is desired. Excellent writing, analysis, speaking and interpersonal skills, including the ability to communicate with internal and external stakeholders in a manner that builds, maintains and enhances positive and productive working relationships are needed. Should have ability and desire to work in an unstructured, changing environment and to provide creative solutions to complex issues. Intellectual property licensing or litigation experience is strongly preferred. Work experience as a programmer or engineer is strongly preferred. Experience handling trademark or copyright matters is desired. Should be proficient with both U.S. and foreign patent prosecution.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2014-07-28

Contract Law,Intellectual Property,Litigation/Counsel/In House/Denver, Colorado

Denver CO Legal Counsel IV The candidate's primary focus will be on patent prosecution management, patent portfolio management, licensing, and patent risk mitigation. Will review ideas with inventors and determine patent filing strategy; manage outside counsel in preparation and prosecution of patent applications; investigate and advise on third party patent positions; provide patent-related training to developers and product managers; counsel developers and management on patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret matters; and create and implement intellectual property policies and guidelines. Work closely with other company attorneys on intellectual property litigation, IPRs and other post-grant proceedings, transactional matters, and acquisitions. Will also study and provide counsel on legislative and court developments in domestic and foreign patent law. Report to Company's Associate General Counsel Patent, Trademark and Copyright. Provision of legal advice and services to the business; management of the legal systems. Responsible for managing legal matters pertaining to the organization. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services and counseling to company's department and divisions. Represents company in litigation and other legal or administrative actions or investigations. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services to company's departments and divisions. Acts as an advisor on legal issues involving the organization's government and regulatory compliance. Reviews legal data and advises organization on appropriate legal action to be taken. Coordinates legal matters handled by outside counsel. May develop and provide legal training to internal clients on an as-needed basis. Demonstrates experience in general corporate matters, including corporate organization, securities compliance, drafting transactional documents, license/technology agreements, employment law, immigration law, intellectual property, regulatory matters, contract management, and financing. Experience in trade secrets, advertising law, registration and other resolution specific to the computer and technology industry as well as SEC reporting. Leading contributor individually and as a team member, providing direction and mentoring to others.

The candidate should have B.S. in computer science, computer engineering, or similar background. Must have passed state Bar or meets country specifications. Proficient writing skills. 8 years of related experience is required. Should have J.D. degree from a top U.S. law school and USPTO admission. 5+ years of experience as a patent attorney is preferred. Experience in preparing and prosecuting patent applications in enterprise hardware and software-based technologies and counseling clients on patent matters, including infringement/validity analysis is desired. Excellent writing, analysis, speaking and interpersonal skills, including the ability to communicate with internal and external stakeholders in a manner that builds, maintains and enhances positive and productive working relationships are needed. Should have ability and desire to work in an unstructured, changing environment and to provide creative solutions to complex issues. Intellectual property licensing or litigation experience is strongly preferred. Work experience as a programmer or engineer is strongly preferred. Experience handling trademark or copyright matters is desired. Should be proficient with both U.S. and foreign patent prosecution.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2014-07-28

Contract Law,Intellectual Property,Litigation/Counsel/In House/Broomfield, Colorado

Broomfield CO Legal Counsel IV The candidate's primary focus will be on patent prosecution management, patent portfolio management, licensing, and patent risk mitigation. Will review ideas with inventors and determine patent filing strategy; manage outside counsel in preparation and prosecution of patent applications; investigate and advise on third party patent positions; provide patent-related training to developers and product managers; counsel developers and management on patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret matters; and create and implement intellectual property policies and guidelines. Work closely with other company attorneys on intellectual property litigation, IPRs and other post-grant proceedings, transactional matters, and acquisitions. Will also study and provide counsel on legislative and court developments in domestic and foreign patent law. Report to Company's Associate General Counsel Patent, Trademark and Copyright. Provision of legal advice and services to the business; management of the legal systems. Responsible for managing legal matters pertaining to the organization. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services and counseling to company's department and divisions. Represents company in litigation and other legal or administrative actions or investigations. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services to company's departments and divisions. Acts as an advisor on legal issues involving the organization's government and regulatory compliance. Reviews legal data and advises organization on appropriate legal action to be taken. Coordinates legal matters handled by outside counsel. May develop and provide legal training to internal clients on an as-needed basis. Demonstrates experience in general corporate matters, including corporate organization, securities compliance, drafting transactional documents, license/technology agreements, employment law, immigration law, intellectual property, regulatory matters, contract management, and financing. Experience in trade secrets, advertising law, registration and other resolution specific to the computer and technology industry as well as SEC reporting. Leading contributor individually and as a team member, providing direction and mentoring to others.

The candidate should have B.S. in computer science, computer engineering, or similar background. Must have passed state Bar or meets country specifications. Proficient writing skills. 8 years of related experience is required. Should have J.D. degree from a top U.S. law school and USPTO admission. 5+ years of experience as a patent attorney is preferred. Experience in preparing and prosecuting patent applications in enterprise hardware and software-based technologies and counseling clients on patent matters, including infringement/validity analysis is desired. Excellent writing, analysis, speaking and interpersonal skills, including the ability to communicate with internal and external stakeholders in a manner that builds, maintains and enhances positive and productive working relationships are needed. Should have ability and desire to work in an unstructured, changing environment and to provide creative solutions to complex issues. Intellectual property licensing or litigation experience is strongly preferred. Work experience as a programmer or engineer is strongly preferred. Experience handling trademark or copyright matters is desired. Should be proficient with both U.S. and foreign patent prosecution.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2014-07-28

Contract Law,Intellectual Property,Litigation/Counsel/In House/Redwood City, California

Redwood City CA Legal Counsel IV The candidate's primary focus will be on patent prosecution management, patent portfolio management, licensing, and patent risk mitigation. Will review ideas with inventors and determine patent filing strategy; manage outside counsel in preparation and prosecution of patent applications; investigate and advise on third party patent positions; provide patent-related training to developers and product managers; counsel developers and management on patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret matters; and create and implement intellectual property policies and guidelines. Work closely with other company attorneys on intellectual property litigation, IPRs and other post-grant proceedings, transactional matters, and acquisitions. Will also study and provide counsel on legislative and court developments in domestic and foreign patent law. Report to Company's Associate General Counsel Patent, Trademark and Copyright. Provision of legal advice and services to the business; management of the legal systems. Responsible for managing legal matters pertaining to the organization. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services and counseling to company's department and divisions. Represents company in litigation and other legal or administrative actions or investigations. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services to company's departments and divisions. Acts as an advisor on legal issues involving the organization's government and regulatory compliance. Reviews legal data and advises organization on appropriate legal action to be taken. Coordinates legal matters handled by outside counsel. May develop and provide legal training to internal clients on an as-needed basis. Demonstrates experience in general corporate matters, including corporate organization, securities compliance, drafting transactional documents, license/technology agreements, employment law, immigration law, intellectual property, regulatory matters, contract management, and financing. Experience in trade secrets, advertising law, registration and other resolution specific to the computer and technology industry as well as SEC reporting. Leading contributor individually and as a team member, providing direction and mentoring to others.

The candidate should have B.S. in computer science, computer engineering, or similar background. Must have passed state Bar or meets country specifications. Proficient writing skills. 8 years of related experience is required. Should have J.D. degree from a top U.S. law school and USPTO admission. 5+ years of experience as a patent attorney is preferred. Experience in preparing and prosecuting patent applications in enterprise hardware and software-based technologies and counseling clients on patent matters, including infringement/validity analysis is desired. Excellent writing, analysis, speaking and interpersonal skills, including the ability to communicate with internal and external stakeholders in a manner that builds, maintains and enhances positive and productive working relationships are needed. Should have ability and desire to work in an unstructured, changing environment and to provide creative solutions to complex issues. Intellectual property licensing or litigation experience is strongly preferred. Work experience as a programmer or engineer is strongly preferred. Experience handling trademark or copyright matters is desired. Should be proficient with both U.S. and foreign patent prosecution.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2014-07-28

Contract Law,Corporate/Counsel/In House/Portland, Oregon

Portland OR Legal Counsel III The candidate will be an individual contributor within company's Supply Chain legal team, providing legal support for the hardware engineering, supply chain and service logistics organizations. Responsible for negotiation of complex hardware development, supply, contract manufacturing, logistics and technology licensing transactions. Advice and counsel on issues relating to hardware development, manufacturing and support, supplier disputes, legal and regulatory issues relating to hardware products, and company policies and procedures. Fiduciary support for regulatory, environmental and trade compliance and company policies. Provision of legal advice and services to the business; management of the legal systems. Responsible for managing legal matters pertaining to the organization. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services and counseling to company's departments and divisions. Represents company in litigation and other legal or administrative actions or investigations. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services to company's departments and divisions. Acts as an advisor on legal issues involving the organization's government and regulatory compliance. Reviews legal data and advises organization on appropriate legal action to be taken. Coordinates legal matters handled by outside counsel. May develop and provide legal training to internal clients on an as-needed basis. Demonstrates experience in general corporate matters, including corporate organization, securities compliance, drafting transactional documents, license/technology agreements, employment law, immigration law, intellectual property, regulatory matters, contract management, and financing.

The candidate should have B.S. in computer science, computer engineering, or similar background. Should have passed state Bar or meets country specifications. Should have 5+ years of experience with complex inbound and/or outbound commercial transactions involving IP, technology, manufacturing and logistics issues. Strong fiduciary focus is needed. Experience in trade secrets, advertising law, registration and other resolution specific to the computer and technology industry as well as SEC reporting is needed. Effective interpersonal and cross-organizational communication and collaboration skills are required. Must have ability to be versatile, pragmatic and creative identifying and assessing risks, and developing sustainable,practical solutions that balance business and legal considerations. Should have demonstrated ability to learn new issues and subject areas quickly, manage competing priorities and maintain good judgment, sense of humor and focus when working in a fast paced environment. Familiarity with cross-border tax, contracting and trade compliance issues is required. Must be proficient with both U.S. and foreign patent prosecution. Proficient writing skills are required.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2014-07-28

Contract Law,Corporate/Counsel/In House/Pleasanton, California

Pleasanton CA Legal Counsel III The candidate will be an individual contributor within company's Supply Chain legal team, providing legal support for the hardware engineering, supply chain and service logistics organizations. Responsible for negotiation of complex hardware development, supply, contract manufacturing, logistics and technology licensing transactions. Advice and counsel on issues relating to hardware development, manufacturing and support, supplier disputes, legal and regulatory issues relating to hardware products, and company policies and procedures. Fiduciary support for regulatory, environmental and trade compliance and company policies. Provision of legal advice and services to the business; management of the legal systems. Responsible for managing legal matters pertaining to the organization. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services and counseling to company's departments and divisions. Represents company in litigation and other legal or administrative actions or investigations. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services to company's departments and divisions. Acts as an advisor on legal issues involving the organization's government and regulatory compliance. Reviews legal data and advises organization on appropriate legal action to be taken. Coordinates legal matters handled by outside counsel. May develop and provide legal training to internal clients on an as-needed basis. Demonstrates experience in general corporate matters, including corporate organization, securities compliance, drafting transactional documents, license/technology agreements, employment law, immigration law, intellectual property, regulatory matters, contract management, and financing.

The candidate should have B.S. in computer science, computer engineering, or similar background. Should have passed state Bar or meets country specifications. Should have 5+ years of experience with complex inbound and/or outbound commercial transactions involving IP, technology, manufacturing and logistics issues. Strong fiduciary focus is needed. Experience in trade secrets, advertising law, registration and other resolution specific to the computer and technology industry as well as SEC reporting is needed. Effective interpersonal and cross-organizational communication and collaboration skills are required. Must have ability to be versatile, pragmatic and creative identifying and assessing risks, and developing sustainable,practical solutions that balance business and legal considerations. Should have demonstrated ability to learn new issues and subject areas quickly, manage competing priorities and maintain good judgment, sense of humor and focus when working in a fast paced environment. Familiarity with cross-border tax, contracting and trade compliance issues is required. Must be proficient with both U.S. and foreign patent prosecution. Proficient writing skills are required.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2014-07-28

Contract Law,Corporate/Counsel/In House/Denver, Colorado

Denver CO Legal Counsel III The candidate will be an individual contributor within company's Supply Chain legal team, providing legal support for the hardware engineering, supply chain and service logistics organizations. Responsible for negotiation of complex hardware development, supply, contract manufacturing, logistics and technology licensing transactions. Advice and counsel on issues relating to hardware development, manufacturing and support, supplier disputes, legal and regulatory issues relating to hardware products, and company policies and procedures. Fiduciary support for regulatory, environmental and trade compliance and company policies. Provision of legal advice and services to the business; management of the legal systems. Responsible for managing legal matters pertaining to the organization. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services and counseling to company's departments and divisions. Represents company in litigation and other legal or administrative actions or investigations. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services to company's departments and divisions. Acts as an advisor on legal issues involving the organization's government and regulatory compliance. Reviews legal data and advises organization on appropriate legal action to be taken. Coordinates legal matters handled by outside counsel. May develop and provide legal training to internal clients on an as-needed basis. Demonstrates experience in general corporate matters, including corporate organization, securities compliance, drafting transactional documents, license/technology agreements, employment law, immigration law, intellectual property, regulatory matters, contract management, and financing.

The candidate should have B.S. in computer science, computer engineering, or similar background. Should have passed state Bar or meets country specifications. Should have 5+ years of experience with complex inbound and/or outbound commercial transactions involving IP, technology, manufacturing and logistics issues. Strong fiduciary focus is needed. Experience in trade secrets, advertising law, registration and other resolution specific to the computer and technology industry as well as SEC reporting is needed. Effective interpersonal and cross-organizational communication and collaboration skills are required. Must have ability to be versatile, pragmatic and creative identifying and assessing risks, and developing sustainable,practical solutions that balance business and legal considerations. Should have demonstrated ability to learn new issues and subject areas quickly, manage competing priorities and maintain good judgment, sense of humor and focus when working in a fast paced environment. Familiarity with cross-border tax, contracting and trade compliance issues is required. Must be proficient with both U.S. and foreign patent prosecution. Proficient writing skills are required.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2014-07-28
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In-House,USA Dawgs, Inc.
Location : Las Vegas Nevada United States

The In-House Corporate Counsel will be responsible for completing a variety of legal and business assignments for a rapidly growing global consumer goods and e-commerce company.   Principal duties include structuring, drafting and negotiating contrac... + read more

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Retail/Consumer Senior Compliance Manager - Bankruptcy Compliance
In-House,Bank of America Corporation
Location : Plano, TX, United States

Retail/Consumer Senior Compliance Manager - Bankruptcy Compliance Duties: Implements and manages compliance programs for one or more business groups and related vendors. Exhibits Compliance influence and ensures accountability for Compliance elemen... + read more

jul 28, 2014


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Health Care/Attorney/In House/Bridgewater, New Jersey
Refer job# XQDH57672
 
ASO Director Duties: To determine the safety profile of assigned registered/marketed products through the medical assessment of adverse reactions and product technical complaints leading to adverse events and the early detection and evaluation of potential safety signals. Providing essential safety expertise for decisions related to study proposals and protocols, regulatory labeling, cross-functional Medical Affairs activities, internal processes, as well as responding to requests from the local Regulatory Authority. Contributes to the development of risk management strategies and risk minimization tactics and related implementation and communication plans for assigned registered/marketed products. Additionally, responsibilities include the adaptation of the Global Risk Management Plan (RMP) to local specificities for products submitted for U.S. approval. Ensures high-quality and timely medical evaluation of ICSR from spontaneous and solicited reporting sources, in compliance with FDA regulations and Corporate policy, in close collaboration with Case Management team. Accurately assesses ICSR report ability for regulatory submission, in accordance with FDA regulations, post-marketing commitments to FDA, and Corporate policy. For aggregate data safety review: Autonomously prepares relevant sections of Periodic Adverse Drug Experience Reports for FDA, demonstrating best practices in safety analysis and in medical/business writing. Proactively identifies and evaluates potential safety signals utilizing state-of-the-art tools, through early active surveillance of aggregate post marketing safety data to ensure accurate and robust product safety information. Autonomously performs ad hoc safety reviews with integration of quantitative and qualitative information based on needs arising from the regulatory/competitive/business environment and effectively communicates that safety analysis to all relevant stakeholders. As Pharmacovigilance Expert: Maintains comprehensive, up-to-date safety knowledge of assigned products through review of global aggregate safety reports (e.g. PSURs) and through review of relevant scientific literature. Contributes to the training and mentoring of Case Management colleagues and Senior Manager-level Affiliate Safety Officers. Collaborates closely with therapeutically-aligned Medical Information Services and Case Management teams to leverage synergies in effecting shared safety objectives. Provides safety expertise during IST proposal review and US protocol development as well as safety oversight of applicable clinical trials. Actively represents safety perspectives in Labeling Working Group meetings to ensure safety topics and risks are adequately addressed. Provides safety expertise for interactions with FDA and other customers regarding ad hoc safety requests and inspections. Determines the safety profile and potential product risks of new and existing products from spontaneous report data as well as medical literature and post-marketing studies of any type in collaboration with relevant corporate departments (e.g. development, medical, Pharmacovigilance). Due diligence activities for products being evaluated for in-licensing or purchase and related safety data exchange agreements. Forecasts resource needs for new products and for expanded indications of existing products, based on marketing projections and sales data. For Risk Management and Communication: Collaborates with Evidence Based Medicine and Medical Units in the development, analysis and interpretation of study data to optimize the effective and safe use of Sanofi products. Collaborates with cross-functional Medical Affairs Core Team to provide strategic input that is compliant and effectively links to the Business Unit needs. Participates in the development and communication of Risk Management strategies, as well as the risk minimization tactics, in support of assigned products. Acquires full knowledge of the safety specifications and context motivating a RMP and REMS; consults appropriate experts and functions to propose local adaptations to a global Pharmacovigilance plan or create a local RMP as needed, in collaboration with US RISC management. Contributes to the writing, coordination, review, approval and maintenance of the local RMP and local REMS. Effectively communicates RMP and REMS to all relevant internal stakeholders. Participates in the preparation of communication documents related to REMS activities to Health Care Providers, Patients, and Risk Management Experts. Responsible for maintaining up-to-date knowledge regarding concerned products, regulatory environment, risk management methods and regulations.

Qualifications: Doctorate degree from an accredited college or university (M.D., J.D., PhD, PharmD, or equivalent). 3-5 years Public Health or clinical practice experience. 2-4 years experience in Safety Surveillance, Pharmacovigilance or Drug Safety. 5-8 years of total experience in the pharmaceutical industry, partly in related areas, such as medical affairs, clinical trials management, regulatory affairs or quality assurance.
 
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Corporate,Intellectual Property/Counsel/In House/Broomfield, Colorado
Refer job# SXSU57694
 
Legal Counsel IV Duties: Negotiation of complex hardware development, supply, contract manufacturing, logistics and technology licensing transactions. Advice and counsel on issues relating to hardware development, manufacturing and support, supplier disputes, legal and regulatory issues relating to hardware products, and company policies and procedures. Fiduciary support for regulatory, environmental and trade compliance and company policies. Responsible for managing legal matters pertaining to the organization. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services and counseling to Company's department and divisions. Represents company in litigation and other legal or administrative actions or investigations. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services to Company's departments and divisions. Acts as an advisor on legal issues involving the organizations government and regulatory compliance. Reviews legal data and advises organization on appropriate legal action to be taken. Coordinates legal matters handled by outside counsel. May develop and provide legal training to internal clients on an as-needed basis. Demonstrates experience in general corporate matters, including corporate organization, securities compliance, drafting transactional documents, license/technology agreements, employment law, immigration law, intellectual property, regulatory matters, contract management, and financing.

Qualifications: B.S. in computer science, computer engineering, or similar background. Passed State Bar or meets country specifications. Should have 8+ years of experience with complex inbound and/or outbound commercial transactions involving IP, technology, manufacturing and logistics issues. Experience in trade secrets, advertising law, registration and other resolution specific to the computer and technology industry as well as SEC reporting. Strong fiduciary focus. Effective interpersonal and cross-organizational communication and collaboration skills. Ability to be versatile, pragmatic and creative identifying and assessing risks, and developing sustainable, practical solutions that balance business and legal considerations. Demonstrated ability to learn new issues and subject areas quickly, manage competing priorities and maintain good judgment, sense of humor and focus when working in a fast paced environment. Familiarity with cross-border tax, contracting and trade compliance issues. Provision of legal advice and services to the business; management of the legal systems. Leading contributor individually and as a team member, providing direction and mentoring to others. Work is non-routine and very complex, involving the application of advanced technical/business skills in area of specialization. Proficient with both U.S. and foreign patent prosecution. Proficient writing skills.
 
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Corporate,Intellectual Property/Counsel/In House/Redwood City, California
Refer job# YHMP57695
 
Legal Counsel IV Duties: Negotiation of complex hardware development, supply, contract manufacturing, logistics and technology licensing transactions. Advice and counsel on issues relating to hardware development, manufacturing and support, supplier disputes, legal and regulatory issues relating to hardware products, and company policies and procedures. Fiduciary support for regulatory, environmental and trade compliance and company policies. Responsible for managing legal matters pertaining to the organization. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services and counseling to Company's department and divisions. Represents company in litigation and other legal or administrative actions or investigations. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services to Company's departments and divisions. Acts as an advisor on legal issues involving the organizations government and regulatory compliance. Reviews legal data and advises organization on appropriate legal action to be taken. Coordinates legal matters handled by outside counsel. May develop and provide legal training to internal clients on an as-needed basis. Demonstrates experience in general corporate matters, including corporate organization, securities compliance, drafting transactional documents, license/technology agreements, employment law, immigration law, intellectual property, regulatory matters, contract management, and financing.

Qualifications: B.S. in computer science, computer engineering, or similar background. Passed State Bar or meets country specifications. Should have 8+ years of experience with complex inbound and/or outbound commercial transactions involving IP, technology, manufacturing and logistics issues. Experience in trade secrets, advertising law, registration and other resolution specific to the computer and technology industry as well as SEC reporting. Strong fiduciary focus. Effective interpersonal and cross-organizational communication and collaboration skills. Ability to be versatile, pragmatic and creative identifying and assessing risks, and developing sustainable, practical solutions that balance business and legal considerations. Demonstrated ability to learn new issues and subject areas quickly, manage competing priorities and maintain good judgment, sense of humor and focus when working in a fast paced environment. Familiarity with cross-border tax, contracting and trade compliance issues. Provision of legal advice and services to the business; management of the legal systems. Leading contributor individually and as a team member, providing direction and mentoring to others. Work is non-routine and very complex, involving the application of advanced technical/business skills in area of specialization. Proficient with both U.S. and foreign patent prosecution. Proficient writing skills.
 
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Contract Law,Intellectual Property,Litigation/Counsel/In House/Cambridge, Massachusetts
Refer job# UPOP57696
 
Legal Counsel IV The candidate's primary focus will be on patent prosecution management, patent portfolio management, licensing, and patent risk mitigation. Will review ideas with inventors and determine patent filing strategy; manage outside counsel in preparation and prosecution of patent applications; investigate and advise on third party patent positions; provide patent-related training to developers and product managers; counsel developers and management on patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret matters; and create and implement intellectual property policies and guidelines. Work closely with other company attorneys on intellectual property litigation, IPRs and other post-grant proceedings, transactional matters, and acquisitions. Will also study and provide counsel on legislative and court developments in domestic and foreign patent law. Report to Company's Associate General Counsel Patent, Trademark and Copyright. Provision of legal advice and services to the business; management of the legal systems. Responsible for managing legal matters pertaining to the organization. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services and counseling to company's department and divisions. Represents company in litigation and other legal or administrative actions or investigations. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services to company's departments and divisions. Acts as an advisor on legal issues involving the organization's government and regulatory compliance. Reviews legal data and advises organization on appropriate legal action to be taken. Coordinates legal matters handled by outside counsel. May develop and provide legal training to internal clients on an as-needed basis. Demonstrates experience in general corporate matters, including corporate organization, securities compliance, drafting transactional documents, license/technology agreements, employment law, immigration law, intellectual property, regulatory matters, contract management, and financing. Experience in trade secrets, advertising law, registration and other resolution specific to the computer and technology industry as well as SEC reporting. Leading contributor individually and as a team member, providing direction and mentoring to others.

The candidate should have B.S. in computer science, computer engineering, or similar background. Must have passed state Bar or meets country specifications. Proficient writing skills. 8 years of related experience is required. Should have J.D. degree from a top U.S. law school and USPTO admission. 5+ years of experience as a patent attorney is preferred. Experience in preparing and prosecuting patent applications in enterprise hardware and software-based technologies and counseling clients on patent matters, including infringement/validity analysis is desired. Excellent writing, analysis, speaking and interpersonal skills, including the ability to communicate with internal and external stakeholders in a manner that builds, maintains and enhances positive and productive working relationships are needed. Should have ability and desire to work in an unstructured, changing environment and to provide creative solutions to complex issues. Intellectual property licensing or litigation experience is strongly preferred. Work experience as a programmer or engineer is strongly preferred. Experience handling trademark or copyright matters is desired. Should be proficient with both U.S. and foreign patent prosecution.
 
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Contract Law,Intellectual Property,Litigation/Counsel/In House/Denver, Colorado
Refer job# LUDS57697
 
Legal Counsel IV The candidate's primary focus will be on patent prosecution management, patent portfolio management, licensing, and patent risk mitigation. Will review ideas with inventors and determine patent filing strategy; manage outside counsel in preparation and prosecution of patent applications; investigate and advise on third party patent positions; provide patent-related training to developers and product managers; counsel developers and management on patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret matters; and create and implement intellectual property policies and guidelines. Work closely with other company attorneys on intellectual property litigation, IPRs and other post-grant proceedings, transactional matters, and acquisitions. Will also study and provide counsel on legislative and court developments in domestic and foreign patent law. Report to Company's Associate General Counsel Patent, Trademark and Copyright. Provision of legal advice and services to the business; management of the legal systems. Responsible for managing legal matters pertaining to the organization. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services and counseling to company's department and divisions. Represents company in litigation and other legal or administrative actions or investigations. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services to company's departments and divisions. Acts as an advisor on legal issues involving the organization's government and regulatory compliance. Reviews legal data and advises organization on appropriate legal action to be taken. Coordinates legal matters handled by outside counsel. May develop and provide legal training to internal clients on an as-needed basis. Demonstrates experience in general corporate matters, including corporate organization, securities compliance, drafting transactional documents, license/technology agreements, employment law, immigration law, intellectual property, regulatory matters, contract management, and financing. Experience in trade secrets, advertising law, registration and other resolution specific to the computer and technology industry as well as SEC reporting. Leading contributor individually and as a team member, providing direction and mentoring to others.

The candidate should have B.S. in computer science, computer engineering, or similar background. Must have passed state Bar or meets country specifications. Proficient writing skills. 8 years of related experience is required. Should have J.D. degree from a top U.S. law school and USPTO admission. 5+ years of experience as a patent attorney is preferred. Experience in preparing and prosecuting patent applications in enterprise hardware and software-based technologies and counseling clients on patent matters, including infringement/validity analysis is desired. Excellent writing, analysis, speaking and interpersonal skills, including the ability to communicate with internal and external stakeholders in a manner that builds, maintains and enhances positive and productive working relationships are needed. Should have ability and desire to work in an unstructured, changing environment and to provide creative solutions to complex issues. Intellectual property licensing or litigation experience is strongly preferred. Work experience as a programmer or engineer is strongly preferred. Experience handling trademark or copyright matters is desired. Should be proficient with both U.S. and foreign patent prosecution.
 
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Contract Law,Intellectual Property,Litigation/Counsel/In House/Broomfield, Colorado
Refer job# VZEI57698
 
Legal Counsel IV The candidate's primary focus will be on patent prosecution management, patent portfolio management, licensing, and patent risk mitigation. Will review ideas with inventors and determine patent filing strategy; manage outside counsel in preparation and prosecution of patent applications; investigate and advise on third party patent positions; provide patent-related training to developers and product managers; counsel developers and management on patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret matters; and create and implement intellectual property policies and guidelines. Work closely with other company attorneys on intellectual property litigation, IPRs and other post-grant proceedings, transactional matters, and acquisitions. Will also study and provide counsel on legislative and court developments in domestic and foreign patent law. Report to Company's Associate General Counsel Patent, Trademark and Copyright. Provision of legal advice and services to the business; management of the legal systems. Responsible for managing legal matters pertaining to the organization. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services and counseling to company's department and divisions. Represents company in litigation and other legal or administrative actions or investigations. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services to company's departments and divisions. Acts as an advisor on legal issues involving the organization's government and regulatory compliance. Reviews legal data and advises organization on appropriate legal action to be taken. Coordinates legal matters handled by outside counsel. May develop and provide legal training to internal clients on an as-needed basis. Demonstrates experience in general corporate matters, including corporate organization, securities compliance, drafting transactional documents, license/technology agreements, employment law, immigration law, intellectual property, regulatory matters, contract management, and financing. Experience in trade secrets, advertising law, registration and other resolution specific to the computer and technology industry as well as SEC reporting. Leading contributor individually and as a team member, providing direction and mentoring to others.

The candidate should have B.S. in computer science, computer engineering, or similar background. Must have passed state Bar or meets country specifications. Proficient writing skills. 8 years of related experience is required. Should have J.D. degree from a top U.S. law school and USPTO admission. 5+ years of experience as a patent attorney is preferred. Experience in preparing and prosecuting patent applications in enterprise hardware and software-based technologies and counseling clients on patent matters, including infringement/validity analysis is desired. Excellent writing, analysis, speaking and interpersonal skills, including the ability to communicate with internal and external stakeholders in a manner that builds, maintains and enhances positive and productive working relationships are needed. Should have ability and desire to work in an unstructured, changing environment and to provide creative solutions to complex issues. Intellectual property licensing or litigation experience is strongly preferred. Work experience as a programmer or engineer is strongly preferred. Experience handling trademark or copyright matters is desired. Should be proficient with both U.S. and foreign patent prosecution.
 
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Contract Law,Intellectual Property,Litigation/Counsel/In House/Redwood City, California
Refer job# YEGM57699
 
Legal Counsel IV The candidate's primary focus will be on patent prosecution management, patent portfolio management, licensing, and patent risk mitigation. Will review ideas with inventors and determine patent filing strategy; manage outside counsel in preparation and prosecution of patent applications; investigate and advise on third party patent positions; provide patent-related training to developers and product managers; counsel developers and management on patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret matters; and create and implement intellectual property policies and guidelines. Work closely with other company attorneys on intellectual property litigation, IPRs and other post-grant proceedings, transactional matters, and acquisitions. Will also study and provide counsel on legislative and court developments in domestic and foreign patent law. Report to Company's Associate General Counsel Patent, Trademark and Copyright. Provision of legal advice and services to the business; management of the legal systems. Responsible for managing legal matters pertaining to the organization. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services and counseling to company's department and divisions. Represents company in litigation and other legal or administrative actions or investigations. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services to company's departments and divisions. Acts as an advisor on legal issues involving the organization's government and regulatory compliance. Reviews legal data and advises organization on appropriate legal action to be taken. Coordinates legal matters handled by outside counsel. May develop and provide legal training to internal clients on an as-needed basis. Demonstrates experience in general corporate matters, including corporate organization, securities compliance, drafting transactional documents, license/technology agreements, employment law, immigration law, intellectual property, regulatory matters, contract management, and financing. Experience in trade secrets, advertising law, registration and other resolution specific to the computer and technology industry as well as SEC reporting. Leading contributor individually and as a team member, providing direction and mentoring to others.

The candidate should have B.S. in computer science, computer engineering, or similar background. Must have passed state Bar or meets country specifications. Proficient writing skills. 8 years of related experience is required. Should have J.D. degree from a top U.S. law school and USPTO admission. 5+ years of experience as a patent attorney is preferred. Experience in preparing and prosecuting patent applications in enterprise hardware and software-based technologies and counseling clients on patent matters, including infringement/validity analysis is desired. Excellent writing, analysis, speaking and interpersonal skills, including the ability to communicate with internal and external stakeholders in a manner that builds, maintains and enhances positive and productive working relationships are needed. Should have ability and desire to work in an unstructured, changing environment and to provide creative solutions to complex issues. Intellectual property licensing or litigation experience is strongly preferred. Work experience as a programmer or engineer is strongly preferred. Experience handling trademark or copyright matters is desired. Should be proficient with both U.S. and foreign patent prosecution.
 
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Contract Law,Corporate/Counsel/In House/Portland, Oregon
Refer job# LSDY57700
 
Legal Counsel III The candidate will be an individual contributor within company's Supply Chain legal team, providing legal support for the hardware engineering, supply chain and service logistics organizations. Responsible for negotiation of complex hardware development, supply, contract manufacturing, logistics and technology licensing transactions. Advice and counsel on issues relating to hardware development, manufacturing and support, supplier disputes, legal and regulatory issues relating to hardware products, and company policies and procedures. Fiduciary support for regulatory, environmental and trade compliance and company policies. Provision of legal advice and services to the business; management of the legal systems. Responsible for managing legal matters pertaining to the organization. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services and counseling to company's departments and divisions. Represents company in litigation and other legal or administrative actions or investigations. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services to company's departments and divisions. Acts as an advisor on legal issues involving the organization's government and regulatory compliance. Reviews legal data and advises organization on appropriate legal action to be taken. Coordinates legal matters handled by outside counsel. May develop and provide legal training to internal clients on an as-needed basis. Demonstrates experience in general corporate matters, including corporate organization, securities compliance, drafting transactional documents, license/technology agreements, employment law, immigration law, intellectual property, regulatory matters, contract management, and financing.

The candidate should have B.S. in computer science, computer engineering, or similar background. Should have passed state Bar or meets country specifications. Should have 5+ years of experience with complex inbound and/or outbound commercial transactions involving IP, technology, manufacturing and logistics issues. Strong fiduciary focus is needed. Experience in trade secrets, advertising law, registration and other resolution specific to the computer and technology industry as well as SEC reporting is needed. Effective interpersonal and cross-organizational communication and collaboration skills are required. Must have ability to be versatile, pragmatic and creative identifying and assessing risks, and developing sustainable,practical solutions that balance business and legal considerations. Should have demonstrated ability to learn new issues and subject areas quickly, manage competing priorities and maintain good judgment, sense of humor and focus when working in a fast paced environment. Familiarity with cross-border tax, contracting and trade compliance issues is required. Must be proficient with both U.S. and foreign patent prosecution. Proficient writing skills are required.
 
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Contract Law,Corporate/Counsel/In House/Pleasanton, California
Refer job# FKRY57701
 
Legal Counsel III The candidate will be an individual contributor within company's Supply Chain legal team, providing legal support for the hardware engineering, supply chain and service logistics organizations. Responsible for negotiation of complex hardware development, supply, contract manufacturing, logistics and technology licensing transactions. Advice and counsel on issues relating to hardware development, manufacturing and support, supplier disputes, legal and regulatory issues relating to hardware products, and company policies and procedures. Fiduciary support for regulatory, environmental and trade compliance and company policies. Provision of legal advice and services to the business; management of the legal systems. Responsible for managing legal matters pertaining to the organization. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services and counseling to company's departments and divisions. Represents company in litigation and other legal or administrative actions or investigations. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services to company's departments and divisions. Acts as an advisor on legal issues involving the organization's government and regulatory compliance. Reviews legal data and advises organization on appropriate legal action to be taken. Coordinates legal matters handled by outside counsel. May develop and provide legal training to internal clients on an as-needed basis. Demonstrates experience in general corporate matters, including corporate organization, securities compliance, drafting transactional documents, license/technology agreements, employment law, immigration law, intellectual property, regulatory matters, contract management, and financing.

The candidate should have B.S. in computer science, computer engineering, or similar background. Should have passed state Bar or meets country specifications. Should have 5+ years of experience with complex inbound and/or outbound commercial transactions involving IP, technology, manufacturing and logistics issues. Strong fiduciary focus is needed. Experience in trade secrets, advertising law, registration and other resolution specific to the computer and technology industry as well as SEC reporting is needed. Effective interpersonal and cross-organizational communication and collaboration skills are required. Must have ability to be versatile, pragmatic and creative identifying and assessing risks, and developing sustainable,practical solutions that balance business and legal considerations. Should have demonstrated ability to learn new issues and subject areas quickly, manage competing priorities and maintain good judgment, sense of humor and focus when working in a fast paced environment. Familiarity with cross-border tax, contracting and trade compliance issues is required. Must be proficient with both U.S. and foreign patent prosecution. Proficient writing skills are required.
 
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Contract Law,Corporate/Counsel/In House/Denver, Colorado
Refer job# HJTG57702
 
Legal Counsel III The candidate will be an individual contributor within company's Supply Chain legal team, providing legal support for the hardware engineering, supply chain and service logistics organizations. Responsible for negotiation of complex hardware development, supply, contract manufacturing, logistics and technology licensing transactions. Advice and counsel on issues relating to hardware development, manufacturing and support, supplier disputes, legal and regulatory issues relating to hardware products, and company policies and procedures. Fiduciary support for regulatory, environmental and trade compliance and company policies. Provision of legal advice and services to the business; management of the legal systems. Responsible for managing legal matters pertaining to the organization. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services and counseling to company's departments and divisions. Represents company in litigation and other legal or administrative actions or investigations. Provides a variety of corporate and commercial legal services to company's departments and divisions. Acts as an advisor on legal issues involving the organization's government and regulatory compliance. Reviews legal data and advises organization on appropriate legal action to be taken. Coordinates legal matters handled by outside counsel. May develop and provide legal training to internal clients on an as-needed basis. Demonstrates experience in general corporate matters, including corporate organization, securities compliance, drafting transactional documents, license/technology agreements, employment law, immigration law, intellectual property, regulatory matters, contract management, and financing.

The candidate should have B.S. in computer science, computer engineering, or similar background. Should have passed state Bar or meets country specifications. Should have 5+ years of experience with complex inbound and/or outbound commercial transactions involving IP, technology, manufacturing and logistics issues. Strong fiduciary focus is needed. Experience in trade secrets, advertising law, registration and other resolution specific to the computer and technology industry as well as SEC reporting is needed. Effective interpersonal and cross-organizational communication and collaboration skills are required. Must have ability to be versatile, pragmatic and creative identifying and assessing risks, and developing sustainable,practical solutions that balance business and legal considerations. Should have demonstrated ability to learn new issues and subject areas quickly, manage competing priorities and maintain good judgment, sense of humor and focus when working in a fast paced environment. Familiarity with cross-border tax, contracting and trade compliance issues is required. Must be proficient with both U.S. and foreign patent prosecution. Proficient writing skills are required.
 
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