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Associate General Counsel, Securities And Public Disclosure

Westminster CO Associate General Counsel, Securities And Public Disclosure The candidate will lead or assist in all matters related to the company s corporate and securities law and compliance. Develop, refine, and maintain policies and procedures to ensure compliance with SEC and other regulatory requirements. Responsible for disclosure matters for SEC and corporate law requirements. Work closely with leadership and investor relations regarding disclosure matters and corporate law requirements. Support securities law compliance and SEC reporting, including reports, proxy statements, registration statements and filings. Advise leadership and the company on legal matters, address issues relevant to corporate and securities matters. Anticipate legal issues and potential blind spots that could have an impact on the company s compliance. Maintain up-to-date knowledge of legislative and regulatory changes and ensure that appropriate risk management strategies are implemented and maintained. Work with Internal Audit on SOX compliance matters. Must have Juris Doctorate (J.D.) from ABA accredited law school. Should have Licensed to practice law in at least one jurisdiction. Must have 10+ years of experience practicing law. Must have relevant SEC reporting and securities law compliance experience. In-house and law firm experience preferred. Experience with securities transactions, mergers and acquisitions desired. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-21

Senior Contracts and Compliance Counsel

Watertown MA Senior Contracts and Compliance Counsel The candidate will be reporting to the Chief Legal Officer, will be responsible for supporting Company legal needs across the organization. Will include reviewing, drafting and negotiation of various complex agreement and legal compliance matters, as well as providing legal guidance on a variety of legal issues related to supply chain management, policies, and procedures. Deliver legal services and oversee resources to accomplish corporate goals, strategies and priorities. Draft, review and negotiate a variety of contracts related to supply chain management, including confidentiality agreements, master service and consulting agreements, licenses (including SAAS agreement), and various supply agreements. Oversee post-execution contract matters (e.g., amendments, terminations, payment and performance issues). Develop, support and implement initiatives pertaining to the company's contracting processes to improve efficiency and responsiveness times. Establish a contracts management solution to manage a large and growing volume of contracts. Establish Corporate Compliance Program by developing policies, procedures, and guidance documents through collaborations with departments across the company to ensure compliance initiatives are consistent with Companycore values and mission. Ensure consistent compliance with non-GMP regulatory, contractual, and internal policies and standards. Identify solutions to reduce and mitigate risk and remediate compliance issues. Draft agreements that minimize risks and maximize legal rights. Keep abreast of legislative changes. Provide legal advice, strategic guidance, consultation, and support to management. Lead and assist in developing and delivering effective training, including written materials, and presentations on various compliance topics. Juris Doctor degree and current bar membership in good standing are required. 10+ years combined experience with a large law firm and as an in-house attorney in the biotech or pharmaceutical industry, drafting and negotiating a high volume of contracts and providing compliance legal support. Extensive experience in complex master services agreements, supply arrangements, MTAs, CDAs, etc. Knowledge of privacy law, antitrust, anti-bribery laws and laws and regulations concerning interactions with healthcare professionals. Strong business and legal acumen, with the ability to identify issues and propose solutions. Strong written and oral communications skills. Scientific background or experience working with scientific or technical client-base. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-21

Tax Attorney Senior Group Manager

Long Island NY Tax Attorney Senior Group Manager The candidate will providing essential tax and legal advice in support of all aspects of its activities with an emphasis on tax structured products, equities, fixed income, commodities, FX, interest rates and capital markets origination. External clients include: dealers, multinational corporations, public sector entities, municipal entities, and investment funds, such as hedge funds and securitization vehicles. Working in partnership with the markets and banking businesses. Will develop proactive business oriented tax solutions. Responsibilities include: drafting, reviewing and negotiating agreements with clients, vendors, and strategic alliance partners; resolving customer matters; reviewing tax structured products and participating in product approval committees; evaluating and minimizing risk; participating in projects and process improvements; conducting legal research and drafting internal memoranda; and performing other related tasks. Must be able to manage multiple assignments simultaneously in a demanding, fast paced environment. The position requires a committed effort to stay abreast of regulatory and legal issues and industry initiatives that impact the businesses. This role involves extensive interaction with the business stakeholders, regional or country counsel counterparts, cross-functional partners such as legal, accounting policy and risk, and external counsel. Will coordinate matters with the firm tax compliance and the firm tax information reporting functions. Candidates should have a strong working knowledge of the tax information reporting and withholding rules, including FATCA. Will be expected to work in coordination with subject matter experts and project managers to educate businesses on new legal developments and to ensure that new policies, controls and procedures are launched successfully. 5+ years experience in a law firm or financial services corporation are required. JD required. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-21

Corporate Counsel

Seattle WA Corporate Counsel The candidate will primarily support company's sales and marketing legal team, negotiating strategic, enterprise and professional services agreements, and advising on compliance matters and professional services business initiatives and offerings. Typical transactions will range from standard contracts to complex, high-dollar-value strategic agreements. Must have J.D. and membership in good standing in at least one state bar. Should have 5+ years of legal experience. Strong transactional background required. Familiar with IT infrastructure, telecommunications, or cloud computing services desired. Background in IT/technology transactions preferred. Background in professional services and consultancy transactions a plus. In-house experience at a technology or internet company desired. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-21

Counsel - Patent Litigation

North Chicago IL Counsel - Patent Litigation The candidate will provide counsel to internal clients on patent litigation matters and other issues such as licensing disputes. Key Responsibilities: Managing AbbVie s U.S. and international patent litigation matters, driving strategy with outside counsel and partnering with key internal clients; Participating in key litigation proceedings, including depositions, hearings, mediations, arbitrations, settlement conferences, and trials. Providing expert counsel on all patent litigation and related issues; Advising senior management on a broad range of key global patent litigation issues; Negotiating and drafting settlement agreements. Depending on the successful candidate s experience, this position will be hired at a Sr. Counsel or Counsel level. A Juris Doctorate and admission to practice in at least one state required. Must have 7+ years of major law firm and/or in-house patent litigation experience. Should have excellent communication, analytical, organization, and negotiation skills, including the ability to convey and discuss intellectual property issues in understandable terms. Should have a high degree of self-sufficiency and independent judgment, but you will operate as part of a collaborative team of attorneys, paralegals and support staff, all working closely to protect AbbVie s interests. Preference will be given to who have significant Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biology, Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering experience. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-21

Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Intellectual Property

Chicago IL Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Intellectual Property Duties: Develop intellectual property strategy, policies, and procedures. Handle patent and trademark preparation and prosecution. Review, interpret, and analyze agreements, advising clients and partners on rights and responsibilities related to those agreements, including in light of JPMorgan Chase policies and regulatory guidance. Advise and partner with the Technology Department s IP Strategy team. Manage patent and trademark enforcement matters, including opposition and cancellation proceedings, demand letters, UDRP proceedings, and online take-downs; advise on all patent litigation matters, in partnership with Litigation colleagues. Assist with trademark clearance, registration, and prosecution. Assist with clearance of third-party intellectual property and copyright matters. Perform IP due diligence in connection with potential investments, acquisitions, and divestitures. Perform legal research and prepare legal guidance documents. Provide intellectual property legal advice and counsel to internal clients and partners.

Qualifications: JD Degree or educational equivalent required. Attorney candidates must be in compliance with all relevant licensing requirements including the requirements of the jurisdiction where the role will be located prior to commencement of employment. 10+ years of relevant intellectual property practicing experience in a law firm or corporate law department. Experience handling global intellectual property issues. In-house experience strongly preferred, including experience managing an in-house legal team. An alternative individual contributor role could be considered for experienced IP attorneys without in-house management experience. Familiarity with privacy, cybersecurity, contracting, M&A, and related regulatory and risk environments desirable. Must successfully complete a conflicts of interest clearance review prior to commencement of employment.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-21

Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Intellectual Property

Columbus OH Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Intellectual Property Duties: Develop intellectual property strategy, policies, and procedures. Handle patent and trademark preparation and prosecution. Review, interpret, and analyze agreements, advising clients and partners on rights and responsibilities related to those agreements, including in light of JPMorgan Chase policies and regulatory guidance. Advise and partner with the Technology Department s IP Strategy team. Manage patent and trademark enforcement matters, including opposition and cancellation proceedings, demand letters, UDRP proceedings, and online take-downs; advise on all patent litigation matters, in partnership with Litigation colleagues. Assist with trademark clearance, registration, and prosecution. Assist with clearance of third-party intellectual property and copyright matters. Perform IP due diligence in connection with potential investments, acquisitions, and divestitures. Perform legal research and prepare legal guidance documents. Provide intellectual property legal advice and counsel to internal clients and partners.

Qualifications: JD Degree or educational equivalent required. Attorney candidates must be in compliance with all relevant licensing requirements including the requirements of the jurisdiction where the role will be located prior to commencement of employment. 10+ years of relevant intellectual property practicing experience in a law firm or corporate law department. Experience handling global intellectual property issues. In-house experience strongly preferred, including experience managing an in-house legal team. An alternative individual contributor role could be considered for experienced IP attorneys without in-house management experience. Familiarity with privacy, cybersecurity, contracting, M&A, and related regulatory and risk environments desirable. Must successfully complete a conflicts of interest clearance review prior to commencement of employment.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-21

Counsel - Intellectual Property, Technology & Data Privacy Law

Shelton CT Counsel - Intellectual Property, Technology & Data Privacy Law Duties: Provide practical, proactive legal advice on a broad range of intellectual property, software, data privacy and cybersecurity topics, including software development agreement, software service level agreements, SaaS agreements, data privacy procedures, training, audit and incident response. Provide advice on customer facing commercial contracts relating to such issues. Provide advice on commercial contracts for direct and indirect procurement efforts as they relate to software, data privacy and cybersecurity. Support organization s data privacy and data security strategy in coordination with external counsel and internal stakeholders. Work with the Information Technology and Cybersecurity teams to provide guidance and review data protection impact assessments for products, services and business processes. Assist in developing and revising data privacy and data security procedures based on new and emerging legislation and business requirements. Participate in and support efforts to audit and assess the effectiveness of data privacy and data security compliance measures. Provide legal advice in connection with cybersecurity preparedness and incidents. Draft, review and support commercial negotiations regarding software development and procurement, including data privacy and data security contractual provisions in a wide variety of commercial agreements. Prepare and deliver training materials regarding data privacy, trade secret and technology procurement best practices. As needed, consult on international data privacy, technology and intellectual property issues, working with the Company s Information Technology department, international product management teams, the Chief Intellectual Property Counsel and local counsel. Maintain up-to-date knowledge of relevant laws and share that knowledge across various teams, including educating other members of the Legal and Information Technology Departments. Assist with various complex and/or sensitive projects, as assigned. Depending on workload and experience, assist with projects in related Intellectual Property areas as assigned. This position reports to the Chief Intellectual Property Counsel. This position will work actively with internal clients across many business units in the information technology, product management and product development departments and requires ability to travel up to 10%.

Qualifications: JD degree and membership in good standing in one state bar is required and ability to obtain Authorized House Counsel credential if not admitted to the Connecticut bar. 3-5 years of experience in the areas of software, information technology, data privacy and cybersecurity law required. Knowledge of software contract practices including drafting and reviewing development agreements, inbound and outbound software licenses, end user license agreements, software escrow agreements, source code compliance tools and open source software issues. Knowledge of global privacy regimes (US & State privacy laws, GDPR, PIPEDA) and keen interest in staying abreast of global privacy developments. CIPP certifications preferred (e.g. CIPP-E). Knowledge of cybersecurity frameworks including the NIST framework and supporting product teams through development practices, procurement, risk assessment and incident response planning. Effective communicator, with the ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with clients, coworkers, and colleagues. Possess strong organizational skills and the ability to handle multiple assignments at once and balance competing demands. Good judgment, a high level of professional integrity, maturity and the discretion, tact and ability to maintain confidentiality. Experience with information technology systems procurement preferred. Prior law firm and in-house experience preferred. Experience obtaining trademark registrations and/or patent attorney registration a plus.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-09-21

Senior Corporate Counsel

Cambridge MA Senior Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Provide high quality, timely and practical legal advice and support, identify and resolve critical legal and business issues arising from regulatory, pre-clinical, clinical, technical operations, and research and development activities. (Commercial support experience preferred but not necessary.) Analyze company activities for compliance with evolving legal and regulatory landscape. Conduct legal research, as needed Advise on the interpretation of legal documents and applicable laws and regulations in a manner that provides practical legal advice while properly managing risk to the organization. Act as the legal representative on cross-functional teams, such as program teams or medical and legal review team. With contracts team, draft and negotiate contracts, including master services agreements, clinical trial agreements, supply agreements, and material transfer agreements. Review presentations, press releases, website materials, brochures, and other company communications (internal and external). Support third party relationship management. Counsel, advise and train internal client team to ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations and company policies and procedures; and Help with general corporate matters.

Qualifications: Licensed attorney with 3-6 years of experience in the biotechnology/pharmaceutical industry (public company experience strongly preferred). Sound business judgment; strategic and analytical thinking. Self-motivated, flexible and interested in working on a wide range of legal matters in order to understand and advise the Company on legal implications of its business strategy. Strong base of knowledge and experience advising clients on laws and regulations governing the biotechnology industry both in and outside the U.S., including FDA regulations, False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute, OIG guidance, the PhRMA Code, HIPAA, and product liability laws, and similar laws outside the U.S. Experience working with all levels of management and key business stakeholders with a demonstrated ability to influence outcomes and effectively communicate legal risks to senior management and others. Excellent organizational skills and able to work with a team to meet critical deadlines; flexible and capable of managing multiple projects simultaneously.
Legal 3 - 6 Full-time 2020-09-21

Deputy General Counsel, Chief Intellectual Property

Spring TX Deputy General Counsel, Chief Intellectual Property Responsibilities: Reports to HP General Counsel, and Chief Technology Officer, with worldwide responsibility for all IP matters across all business units. Responsible for global patent and trademark filing, prosecution and assertion, all IP transactional matters, IP monetization, M&A activities and IP strategy. Defines the IP Strategy, getting buy-in and funding from CEO, CFO and all BU leaders. Closely manage a large IP budget on a quarterly basis. Leads, manages and inspires a team of 70 IP professionals, responsible for a portfolio of 25K+ granted patents and 8K+ trademarks. Responsible for IP sales and licensing organization, optimising brand licensing, as well as technology and patent licensing. Personally involved in advising businesses on key IP issues, including acquisitions, critical IP litigation, and negotiating key IP agreements such as patent cross licenses, R&D partnerships etc.

Qualifications: 15+ years' relevant experience and an appropriate license or other right to provide legal advice. 5+ years' experience in management of large teams. Demonstrated ability to manage a budget aggressively and effectively. Track record of delivering exceptional results. Meaningful operational and program management experience. Experience with supporting revenue generating product development organizations spanning commercial and consumer markets, related support services and direct/channel go-to-market activities. Experience with identification of trends and drive global policies and efficiencies. Expertise with government officials and regulators to advocate for effective policies across a broad agenda, including intellectual property rights; market access; privacy, data protection, and security; social responsibility; sustainability and compliance; and taxation and economic incentives. Excellent lawyering skills; overall broad global legal knowledge of legal and regulatory issues; experience in complex and significant legal / regulatory matters; anticipate and provide proactive solutions to eliminate / mitigate risks and advance business. Mastery in negotiating or advising the most senior representatives of external and internal organizations on highly complex, high impact legal matters. Excellent leadership and people management skills, including performance management, problem solving, and evaluation. Ability to be visionary, innovative and inspire others. Winning attitude and have or develop a growth mindset and passion for continuous learning, development and improvement. Excellent interpersonal, communication and partnership skills; ability to work across multiple functions and effectively influence without authority Âť.
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Associate General Counsel, Securities And Public Disclosure
Refer job# HKVL151843
 
Associate General Counsel, Securities And Public Disclosure The candidate will lead or assist in all matters related to the company s corporate and securities law and compliance. Develop, refine, and maintain policies and procedures to ensure compliance with SEC and other regulatory requirements. Responsible for disclosure matters for SEC and corporate law requirements. Work closely with leadership and investor relations regarding disclosure matters and corporate law requirements. Support securities law compliance and SEC reporting, including reports, proxy statements, registration statements and filings. Advise leadership and the company on legal matters, address issues relevant to corporate and securities matters. Anticipate legal issues and potential blind spots that could have an impact on the company s compliance. Maintain up-to-date knowledge of legislative and regulatory changes and ensure that appropriate risk management strategies are implemented and maintained. Work with Internal Audit on SOX compliance matters. Must have Juris Doctorate (J.D.) from ABA accredited law school. Should have Licensed to practice law in at least one jurisdiction. Must have 10+ years of experience practicing law. Must have relevant SEC reporting and securities law compliance experience. In-house and law firm experience preferred. Experience with securities transactions, mergers and acquisitions desired.
 
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Senior Contracts and Compliance Counsel
Refer job# EHVD151845
 
Senior Contracts and Compliance Counsel The candidate will be reporting to the Chief Legal Officer, will be responsible for supporting Company legal needs across the organization. Will include reviewing, drafting and negotiation of various complex agreement and legal compliance matters, as well as providing legal guidance on a variety of legal issues related to supply chain management, policies, and procedures. Deliver legal services and oversee resources to accomplish corporate goals, strategies and priorities. Draft, review and negotiate a variety of contracts related to supply chain management, including confidentiality agreements, master service and consulting agreements, licenses (including SAAS agreement), and various supply agreements. Oversee post-execution contract matters (e.g., amendments, terminations, payment and performance issues). Develop, support and implement initiatives pertaining to the company's contracting processes to improve efficiency and responsiveness times. Establish a contracts management solution to manage a large and growing volume of contracts. Establish Corporate Compliance Program by developing policies, procedures, and guidance documents through collaborations with departments across the company to ensure compliance initiatives are consistent with Companycore values and mission. Ensure consistent compliance with non-GMP regulatory, contractual, and internal policies and standards. Identify solutions to reduce and mitigate risk and remediate compliance issues. Draft agreements that minimize risks and maximize legal rights. Keep abreast of legislative changes. Provide legal advice, strategic guidance, consultation, and support to management. Lead and assist in developing and delivering effective training, including written materials, and presentations on various compliance topics. Juris Doctor degree and current bar membership in good standing are required. 10+ years combined experience with a large law firm and as an in-house attorney in the biotech or pharmaceutical industry, drafting and negotiating a high volume of contracts and providing compliance legal support. Extensive experience in complex master services agreements, supply arrangements, MTAs, CDAs, etc. Knowledge of privacy law, antitrust, anti-bribery laws and laws and regulations concerning interactions with healthcare professionals. Strong business and legal acumen, with the ability to identify issues and propose solutions. Strong written and oral communications skills. Scientific background or experience working with scientific or technical client-base.
 
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Tax Attorney Senior Group Manager
Refer job# SOWR151846
 
Tax Attorney Senior Group Manager The candidate will providing essential tax and legal advice in support of all aspects of its activities with an emphasis on tax structured products, equities, fixed income, commodities, FX, interest rates and capital markets origination. External clients include: dealers, multinational corporations, public sector entities, municipal entities, and investment funds, such as hedge funds and securitization vehicles. Working in partnership with the markets and banking businesses. Will develop proactive business oriented tax solutions. Responsibilities include: drafting, reviewing and negotiating agreements with clients, vendors, and strategic alliance partners; resolving customer matters; reviewing tax structured products and participating in product approval committees; evaluating and minimizing risk; participating in projects and process improvements; conducting legal research and drafting internal memoranda; and performing other related tasks. Must be able to manage multiple assignments simultaneously in a demanding, fast paced environment. The position requires a committed effort to stay abreast of regulatory and legal issues and industry initiatives that impact the businesses. This role involves extensive interaction with the business stakeholders, regional or country counsel counterparts, cross-functional partners such as legal, accounting policy and risk, and external counsel. Will coordinate matters with the firm tax compliance and the firm tax information reporting functions. Candidates should have a strong working knowledge of the tax information reporting and withholding rules, including FATCA. Will be expected to work in coordination with subject matter experts and project managers to educate businesses on new legal developments and to ensure that new policies, controls and procedures are launched successfully. 5+ years experience in a law firm or financial services corporation are required. JD required.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# LPEI151847
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will primarily support company's sales and marketing legal team, negotiating strategic, enterprise and professional services agreements, and advising on compliance matters and professional services business initiatives and offerings. Typical transactions will range from standard contracts to complex, high-dollar-value strategic agreements. Must have J.D. and membership in good standing in at least one state bar. Should have 5+ years of legal experience. Strong transactional background required. Familiar with IT infrastructure, telecommunications, or cloud computing services desired. Background in IT/technology transactions preferred. Background in professional services and consultancy transactions a plus. In-house experience at a technology or internet company desired.
 
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Counsel - Patent Litigation
Refer job# LYHU151848
 
Counsel - Patent Litigation The candidate will provide counsel to internal clients on patent litigation matters and other issues such as licensing disputes. Key Responsibilities: Managing AbbVie s U.S. and international patent litigation matters, driving strategy with outside counsel and partnering with key internal clients; Participating in key litigation proceedings, including depositions, hearings, mediations, arbitrations, settlement conferences, and trials. Providing expert counsel on all patent litigation and related issues; Advising senior management on a broad range of key global patent litigation issues; Negotiating and drafting settlement agreements. Depending on the successful candidate s experience, this position will be hired at a Sr. Counsel or Counsel level. A Juris Doctorate and admission to practice in at least one state required. Must have 7+ years of major law firm and/or in-house patent litigation experience. Should have excellent communication, analytical, organization, and negotiation skills, including the ability to convey and discuss intellectual property issues in understandable terms. Should have a high degree of self-sufficiency and independent judgment, but you will operate as part of a collaborative team of attorneys, paralegals and support staff, all working closely to protect AbbVie s interests. Preference will be given to who have significant Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biology, Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering experience.
 
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Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Intellectual Property
Refer job# ZDHC151849
 
Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Intellectual Property Duties: Develop intellectual property strategy, policies, and procedures. Handle patent and trademark preparation and prosecution. Review, interpret, and analyze agreements, advising clients and partners on rights and responsibilities related to those agreements, including in light of JPMorgan Chase policies and regulatory guidance. Advise and partner with the Technology Department s IP Strategy team. Manage patent and trademark enforcement matters, including opposition and cancellation proceedings, demand letters, UDRP proceedings, and online take-downs; advise on all patent litigation matters, in partnership with Litigation colleagues. Assist with trademark clearance, registration, and prosecution. Assist with clearance of third-party intellectual property and copyright matters. Perform IP due diligence in connection with potential investments, acquisitions, and divestitures. Perform legal research and prepare legal guidance documents. Provide intellectual property legal advice and counsel to internal clients and partners.

Qualifications: JD Degree or educational equivalent required. Attorney candidates must be in compliance with all relevant licensing requirements including the requirements of the jurisdiction where the role will be located prior to commencement of employment. 10+ years of relevant intellectual property practicing experience in a law firm or corporate law department. Experience handling global intellectual property issues. In-house experience strongly preferred, including experience managing an in-house legal team. An alternative individual contributor role could be considered for experienced IP attorneys without in-house management experience. Familiarity with privacy, cybersecurity, contracting, M&A, and related regulatory and risk environments desirable. Must successfully complete a conflicts of interest clearance review prior to commencement of employment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Intellectual Property
Refer job# DOQL151850
 
Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Intellectual Property Duties: Develop intellectual property strategy, policies, and procedures. Handle patent and trademark preparation and prosecution. Review, interpret, and analyze agreements, advising clients and partners on rights and responsibilities related to those agreements, including in light of JPMorgan Chase policies and regulatory guidance. Advise and partner with the Technology Department s IP Strategy team. Manage patent and trademark enforcement matters, including opposition and cancellation proceedings, demand letters, UDRP proceedings, and online take-downs; advise on all patent litigation matters, in partnership with Litigation colleagues. Assist with trademark clearance, registration, and prosecution. Assist with clearance of third-party intellectual property and copyright matters. Perform IP due diligence in connection with potential investments, acquisitions, and divestitures. Perform legal research and prepare legal guidance documents. Provide intellectual property legal advice and counsel to internal clients and partners.

Qualifications: JD Degree or educational equivalent required. Attorney candidates must be in compliance with all relevant licensing requirements including the requirements of the jurisdiction where the role will be located prior to commencement of employment. 10+ years of relevant intellectual property practicing experience in a law firm or corporate law department. Experience handling global intellectual property issues. In-house experience strongly preferred, including experience managing an in-house legal team. An alternative individual contributor role could be considered for experienced IP attorneys without in-house management experience. Familiarity with privacy, cybersecurity, contracting, M&A, and related regulatory and risk environments desirable. Must successfully complete a conflicts of interest clearance review prior to commencement of employment.
 
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Counsel - Intellectual Property, Technology & Data Privacy Law
Refer job# ZMXI151851
 
Counsel - Intellectual Property, Technology & Data Privacy Law Duties: Provide practical, proactive legal advice on a broad range of intellectual property, software, data privacy and cybersecurity topics, including software development agreement, software service level agreements, SaaS agreements, data privacy procedures, training, audit and incident response. Provide advice on customer facing commercial contracts relating to such issues. Provide advice on commercial contracts for direct and indirect procurement efforts as they relate to software, data privacy and cybersecurity. Support organization s data privacy and data security strategy in coordination with external counsel and internal stakeholders. Work with the Information Technology and Cybersecurity teams to provide guidance and review data protection impact assessments for products, services and business processes. Assist in developing and revising data privacy and data security procedures based on new and emerging legislation and business requirements. Participate in and support efforts to audit and assess the effectiveness of data privacy and data security compliance measures. Provide legal advice in connection with cybersecurity preparedness and incidents. Draft, review and support commercial negotiations regarding software development and procurement, including data privacy and data security contractual provisions in a wide variety of commercial agreements. Prepare and deliver training materials regarding data privacy, trade secret and technology procurement best practices. As needed, consult on international data privacy, technology and intellectual property issues, working with the Company s Information Technology department, international product management teams, the Chief Intellectual Property Counsel and local counsel. Maintain up-to-date knowledge of relevant laws and share that knowledge across various teams, including educating other members of the Legal and Information Technology Departments. Assist with various complex and/or sensitive projects, as assigned. Depending on workload and experience, assist with projects in related Intellectual Property areas as assigned. This position reports to the Chief Intellectual Property Counsel. This position will work actively with internal clients across many business units in the information technology, product management and product development departments and requires ability to travel up to 10%.

Qualifications: JD degree and membership in good standing in one state bar is required and ability to obtain Authorized House Counsel credential if not admitted to the Connecticut bar. 3-5 years of experience in the areas of software, information technology, data privacy and cybersecurity law required. Knowledge of software contract practices including drafting and reviewing development agreements, inbound and outbound software licenses, end user license agreements, software escrow agreements, source code compliance tools and open source software issues. Knowledge of global privacy regimes (US & State privacy laws, GDPR, PIPEDA) and keen interest in staying abreast of global privacy developments. CIPP certifications preferred (e.g. CIPP-E). Knowledge of cybersecurity frameworks including the NIST framework and supporting product teams through development practices, procurement, risk assessment and incident response planning. Effective communicator, with the ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with clients, coworkers, and colleagues. Possess strong organizational skills and the ability to handle multiple assignments at once and balance competing demands. Good judgment, a high level of professional integrity, maturity and the discretion, tact and ability to maintain confidentiality. Experience with information technology systems procurement preferred. Prior law firm and in-house experience preferred. Experience obtaining trademark registrations and/or patent attorney registration a plus.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# WNOB151852
 
Senior Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Provide high quality, timely and practical legal advice and support, identify and resolve critical legal and business issues arising from regulatory, pre-clinical, clinical, technical operations, and research and development activities. (Commercial support experience preferred but not necessary.) Analyze company activities for compliance with evolving legal and regulatory landscape. Conduct legal research, as needed Advise on the interpretation of legal documents and applicable laws and regulations in a manner that provides practical legal advice while properly managing risk to the organization. Act as the legal representative on cross-functional teams, such as program teams or medical and legal review team. With contracts team, draft and negotiate contracts, including master services agreements, clinical trial agreements, supply agreements, and material transfer agreements. Review presentations, press releases, website materials, brochures, and other company communications (internal and external). Support third party relationship management. Counsel, advise and train internal client team to ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations and company policies and procedures; and Help with general corporate matters.

Qualifications: Licensed attorney with 3-6 years of experience in the biotechnology/pharmaceutical industry (public company experience strongly preferred). Sound business judgment; strategic and analytical thinking. Self-motivated, flexible and interested in working on a wide range of legal matters in order to understand and advise the Company on legal implications of its business strategy. Strong base of knowledge and experience advising clients on laws and regulations governing the biotechnology industry both in and outside the U.S., including FDA regulations, False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute, OIG guidance, the PhRMA Code, HIPAA, and product liability laws, and similar laws outside the U.S. Experience working with all levels of management and key business stakeholders with a demonstrated ability to influence outcomes and effectively communicate legal risks to senior management and others. Excellent organizational skills and able to work with a team to meet critical deadlines; flexible and capable of managing multiple projects simultaneously.
 
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Deputy General Counsel, Chief Intellectual Property
Refer job# UJEM151853
 
Deputy General Counsel, Chief Intellectual Property Responsibilities: Reports to HP General Counsel, and Chief Technology Officer, with worldwide responsibility for all IP matters across all business units. Responsible for global patent and trademark filing, prosecution and assertion, all IP transactional matters, IP monetization, M&A activities and IP strategy. Defines the IP Strategy, getting buy-in and funding from CEO, CFO and all BU leaders. Closely manage a large IP budget on a quarterly basis. Leads, manages and inspires a team of 70 IP professionals, responsible for a portfolio of 25K+ granted patents and 8K+ trademarks. Responsible for IP sales and licensing organization, optimising brand licensing, as well as technology and patent licensing. Personally involved in advising businesses on key IP issues, including acquisitions, critical IP litigation, and negotiating key IP agreements such as patent cross licenses, R&D partnerships etc.

Qualifications: 15+ years' relevant experience and an appropriate license or other right to provide legal advice. 5+ years' experience in management of large teams. Demonstrated ability to manage a budget aggressively and effectively. Track record of delivering exceptional results. Meaningful operational and program management experience. Experience with supporting revenue generating product development organizations spanning commercial and consumer markets, related support services and direct/channel go-to-market activities. Experience with identification of trends and drive global policies and efficiencies. Expertise with government officials and regulators to advocate for effective policies across a broad agenda, including intellectual property rights; market access; privacy, data protection, and security; social responsibility; sustainability and compliance; and taxation and economic incentives. Excellent lawyering skills; overall broad global legal knowledge of legal and regulatory issues; experience in complex and significant legal / regulatory matters; anticipate and provide proactive solutions to eliminate / mitigate risks and advance business. Mastery in negotiating or advising the most senior representatives of external and internal organizations on highly complex, high impact legal matters. Excellent leadership and people management skills, including performance management, problem solving, and evaluation. Ability to be visionary, innovative and inspire others. Winning attitude and have or develop a growth mindset and passion for continuous learning, development and improvement. Excellent interpersonal, communication and partnership skills; ability to work across multiple functions and effectively influence without authority Âť.
 
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