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We are pleased that your assessment of options has led you to General Counsel Consulting, and we invite you to browse our website to learn more about our firm and the career opportunities we offer. If you would like to be considered for an in-house attorney position, feel free to submit your resume.
 
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Corporate Counsel

Seattle WA Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide direct transactional support to internal groups and work closely with outside counsel on a variety of real estate and corporate matters. The focus will include data center lease transactions. Applicants must be admitted to practice in a state bar (preferably Washington) and in good standing, and have a J.D. degree from ABA-accredited law school. Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-23

Temporary Tax Advisor - Cpa, Enrolled Agent Or Attorney

San Diego CA Temporary Tax Advisor - CPA, Enrolled Agent or Attorney The candidate will provide tax advice, tax return review and preparation to TurboTax customers. Will help customers who are working on their tax return with 1) tax advice, including return preparation and signature when required, 2) product/software inquiries, and 3) tax calculations. Create high quality customer interactions and experiences that instill confidence using deep customer empathy and audio/video tools. Utilize and leverage government websites, professional resources and team expertise to seek out and deliver the right answer to the customer using everyday language. Apply defined practices, procedures and company policies to troubleshoot and resolve tax advice and preparation customer inquiries.

The candidate should have an active credential: EA (Enrolled Agent), CPA (Certified Public Accountant), or Practicing Attorney designation with strong tax preparation experience and extensive knowledge of tax laws. Must have recent experience preparing federal and state individual 1040 tax returns using commercial tax preparation software (3+ years preferred). Professional Circular 230 judgement experience is desired. Audit experience (IRS and state tax authorities) would be a plus. Should be proficient with technology. Solid knowledge of computer operations and software is essential. Bilingual (English/Spanish) communication skills (written and spoken) a plus. Note: This is a seasonal customer facing position.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-23

Temporary Tax Expert - CPA, Enrolled Agent or Attorney

San Diego CA Temporary Tax Expert - CPA, Enrolled Agent or Attorney The candidate will be providing Tax Advice, Tax Return Review and Preparation to TurboTax Customers. Will help customers who are working on their tax return with tax advice, including return preparation and signature when required, product/software inquiries, and tax calculations. Create high quality customer interactions and experiences that instill confidence using deep customer empathy and audio/video tools. Utilize and leverage government websites, professional resources and team expertise to seek out and deliver the right answer to the customer using everyday language. Apply defined practices, procedures and company policies to troubleshoot and resolve tax advice and preparation customer inquiries. Document customer interactions.

The candidate should have an active credential: EA (Enrolled Agent), CPA (Certified Public Accountant), or Practicing Attorney designation with strong tax preparation experience and extensive knowledge of tax laws. Must have recent experience preparing federal and state individual 1040 tax returns using commercial tax preparation software (3+ years preferred). Professional Circular 230 judgement experience is desired. Audit experience (IRS and state tax authorities) would be a plus. Should be proficient with technology. Solid knowledge of computer operations and software is essential. Bilingual (English/Spanish) communication skills (written and spoken) a plus. Note: This is a seasonal customer facing position.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-23

Real Estate Attorney

Denver CO Real Estate Attorney Duties: Responsible for reviewing, negotiating and drafting real estate contracts and related agreements for the acquisition of raw land, partially developed land and finished platted lots, and land development, for the purpose of building single family homes, as well as conducting due diligence and closing the land acquisitions, including working with paralegals and title companies to prepare and review closing documents and title work. Due diligence may include legal analysis of title issues, bonding and development matters, community facilities districts, homeowner associations, and water availability, among other issues. Interact with management in discussing and managing risks with respect to the purchase and development of real estate, and provide guidance to division personnel with respect to company land transaction policies and procedures and other risk management processes. Additionally, the position may provide assistance in the area of leasing.

Qualifications: JD Degree or LLM from an accredited law school. Admitted to practice in the State of Colorado, or another state with single client admission in Colorado. Attorney s license shall be active and in good standing. 8+ years as a practicing lawyer with an emphasis on real estate. Some homebuilding experience preferred.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-22

Corporate Securities Attorney

Bala Cynwyd PA Corporate Securities Attorney The candidate will provide frontline legal support to various business units within SIG. Will review and negotiate clearing, trading, financing, brokerage and OTC derivative agreements. Review, document, negotiate and oversee corporate transactions and documents, including venture capital and private equity transactions. Document and negotiate employment agreements. Review and negotiate technology license agreements. Oversee and coordinate outside counsel regarding litigation matters. Should have 5+ years of corporate/securities related legal experience, securities trading and documentation experience is a plus. Must possess strong negotiation skills. Strong organization, effective planning, problem solving, and analytical skills are required. Knowledge of Microsoft products (Excel, Word, and Outlook) is needed. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-22

Senior Counsel, Corporate

Newark CA Senior Counsel, Corporate Duties: Reviewing and negotiating commercial contracts, confidentiality agreements and contract manufacturing agreements. Providing advice to senior management with regard to compliance with existing contractual obligations as well as internal policies and guidelines. Structuring and negotiating complex transactions. Advising on general corporate matters, including corporate governance matters. Managing senior paralegal. Negotiates, drafts and manages sophisticated commercial agreements, often where no precedents exist. Advises on relevant legal matters impacting existing or proposed arrangements, including securities and corporate law and regulations.

Requirements: JD Degree. 3+ years in house experience preferably working in the biotechnology/pharmaceutical industry. 2+ years large law firm experience. Experience negotiating complex commercial contracts, SEC disclosure, and general corporate counseling of public companies. Experience working on meaningful merger and acquisition transactions of various structures. Experience in implementing contract management software, selection, customization and installation. Experience in: (i) negotiating and drafting complex commercial contracts; (ii) managing corporate compliance with contracts; (iii) SEC reporting and disclosure; and (iv) mergers and acquisitions. As part of the Legal Department, this attorney will have primary responsibility for reviewing and managing the company s commercial contracts. In addition, this attorney will be primarily responsible for providing advice to senior management regarding proposed transactions and ensuring the Company s compliance with existing contractual obligations and general corporate law. Must have excellent interpersonal, decision making and communication skills. Must be able to work effectively in a dynamic, team-oriented environment. Experience with SEC reporting requirements and disclosure.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-22

Associate Corporate Counsel

Santa Monica CA Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will prepare, draft, negotiate and finalize routine, including confidentiality agreements, Work in close collaboration with cross-functional teams and external vendors on business documentation, as needed. Will review and revise responses to regulatory and consumer complaints and ensure timelines of responses are met. Assist HR with basic questions and employment legal issues involving wage and hour, termination and similar issues. Provide support activities, including drafting and conducting legal research in all areas of federal and state law impacting residential mortgage lending and servicing. Assist with various committee/group meetings facilitated by the Legal Department. Support in-house counsel in state and federal matters. Review and investigate allegations on litigated accounts and provide facts and documentation to managing attorney, outside counsel and servicing legal management. Collaborate with outside counsel to provide timely responses to discovery requests and/or other requests for information or action.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university. Must have JD degree from an accredited law school, with preferably 0-3 years of experience. Must be admitted to practice in the State of Ohio or sitting for the February or June exam. Prior experience working with a real estate, mortgage, financial services or law firm handling residential mortgages, a plus. Familiarity with federal and state regulatory compliance is essential.
Legal 0 - 3 Full-time 2018-02-22

General Counsel & Corporate Secretary

Atlanta GA General Counsel & Corporate Secretary Duties: Direct the legal affairs of MSM on all topics that affect higher education and academic medical centers with research and clinical operations including employment matters, employee benefits, litigation, real property, risk management, contracting, procurement, information security, inventions, copyright and other intellectual property, and state and federal regulatory matters. Serve as legal advisor to the President and Dean, Board of Trustees, Morehouse Healthcare, Morehouse Choice Accountable Care Organization, senior administration, physicians, faculty and staff. Provide guidance on a variety of transactional, regulatory and contractual healthcare issues that include analysis for compliance with applicable healthcare laws (STARK, HIPAA, Anti-Kickback Statute, Affordable Care Act), Medicare/Medicaid regulations, managed care contracting, research funding agreements, and clinical research. Provide legal representation, opinions, advice and counsel to all senior administrators of MSM on matters of institutional concern. Provide leadership regarding local, state and federal government relations. Supervise relationships with outside counsel, including review and authorization of payment of fees. Provide information on changes in laws, policies and procedures, regulations and trends that could affect MSM. Proactively review and propose revisions to existing policies, identify the need for new policies, or recommend the deletion of obsolete policies. Ensure institutional compliance with federal, state and local legal requirements. Oversee any investigations by a governmental authority of any department of MSM. Approve compliance and safety communications to MSM employees, faculty and staff as appropriate. Advice to the Board of Trustees. Serve as Secretary to the Board. Ensure the Board of Trustees is informed of all formal action taken by MSM and the status of any major litigation. Oversee the planning, governance and follow-up for all meetings of the Board of Trustees. Maintain minutes and records of the Board of Trustees. Update the Audit and Compliance committee and overall Board, as appropriate, on legal and risk management matters of MSM. Assist in fostering an environment for speedy and fair resolutions of concerns and complaints. Maintain relationships with appropriate professional and accreditation associations. Provide administrative oversight of the Office of Legal Affairs. Develop and manage the divisional budget. Other management duties as assigned.

Qualifications: JD Degree from a regionally accredited law school and have 10+ years of experience as an attorney, with 5+ years experience as general counsel in a healthcare or educational institution. Licensed or license eligible to practice law in the State of Georgia. Must hold current membership with the State Bar of Georgia or obtain membership within a reasonable time after employment. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Strong organization and time management skills. Adaptable to changes in responsibilities to suit organizational needs. Excellent interpersonal skills. Ability to manage and train others. Ability to initiate and implement strategic change. Ability to effectively monitor and manage multiple projects. Understands technology attendant to legal and business needs. Appreciates and preserves MSM s good working culture. Interest in developing innovative approaches to protect MSM and maintain its ethical and cultural environment. Resourceful, creative, and outcomes-oriented approach to implementation.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-22

Commercial Contracts Attorney

Canton MA Commercial Contracts Attorney Duties: Manage the overall Commercial contracting process in alignment with Collegium s priorities and strategies. Provide legal expertise and counsel for all Commercial contracting activities across key functions, including Market Access and Trade, Sales, Marketing, Commercial Operations, and Commercial Finance. Responsible for the drafting, review, negotiation, execution and maintenance of a variety of contractual agreements relating to Collegium s business and external customers such as managed care payers/PBMs, government payers (Medicaid, Medicare Part D, VA/DOD), wholesalers, retail and specialty pharmacies, GPOs, institutions and other vendors. Prepare, review, draft and negotiate Commercial contracts such as managed care agreements, letters of agreement/intent, confidentiality agreements, Master'service agreements, distribution agreements, consulting agreements, vendor agreements, etc. in partnership with key stakeholders. Support revision processes and negotiation of agreements with customers; work with internal and external parties (including outside counsel) to finalize agreement language and ensure final execution. Provide legal advice to internal teams on contract matters, including interpretation and enforcement, risk assessment, compliance and corporate policies. Coordinate and assist in developing policies, procedures and systems to support and facilitate efficient contract development and analysis. Ensure contracts and supporting documentation are properly entered into monitoring databases and manage execution of contract terms (including membership/affiliation lists, amendments, insurance, renewal, etc.) with relevant stakeholders over lifecycle of contract. Collaborate with Finance to ensure appropriate discount, rebate and/or chargeback processing and operations are met to fulfill contract obligations; support internal and external audits.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school with the license to practice law. 4+ years experience in the pharmaceutical/biotech/payer industry and commercial contracting, with understanding of key contract provisions across various commercial functions. Strong verbal and written skills and ability to communicate complex concepts clearly. Ability to collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to form productive partnerships. Strong commitment to detail, successful prioritization and time management skills; works with a sense of urgency to meet deadlines. Strong character and ethics, self-starter and interest in working in growing, entrepreneurial environment.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-22

Corporate Counsel

Bloomington MN Corporate Counsel Duties: Responsible for ensuring Great Clips legal objectives in the U.S. and Canada are met by research and counsel on the many legal issues and risks faced by the company, including legal obligations involving privacy, security, data transfers, and data protection. Counsel for risk management in marketing, recruiting, business intelligence and technology initiatives; internal lease review and negotiation; drafting, reviewing, and negotiating vendor contract terms with an emphasis on legal obligations in privacy, security, and technology; establishing and maintaining a company-wide Information Privacy Program, overseeing the implementation, education and maintenance of company-wide contract management and document management systems, and directing the crisis management team, Critical Incident Response Planning, crisis calls, and processes including safety and security. Advises executives within the company and works alongside contracting parties to minimize legal risks for a wide variety of agreements including business intelligence and technology, Point of Sale, marketing agreements, confidentiality agreements, and other general business contracts with expertise in cybersecurity and data privacy. Develops solutions to complex legal questions by researching unique legal issues impacting the organization. Minimizes legal risk to the company by developing and managing procedures for negotiating with vendors for compliance with Great Clips required contractual terms and compliance with legal requirements for privacy and data security. Establishes and maintains a vendor management program and company-wide contracting processes to ensure consistency, minimize legal risk, and ensure proper signing authority. Directs the ongoing upgrade and maintenance of the legal databases to ensure accurate, up-to-date information is available; and manages the reporting and analysis of the data to accurately reflect the status of department and company goals. Directs the development, education, and execution of a program and system for vendor contract maintenance to ensure that all contracts meet program parameters while keeping key terms, contract milestones, and dates such as expirations or renewals visible. Directs the implementation of privacy training programs such as social engineering, spear phishing, and phishing to increase employee awareness and understanding of company privacy and security policies, procedures, and legal obligations. Directs the implementation, education, and ongoing administration of a document management and document retention system to ensure company-wide participation and compliance with record retention policies and procedures, promote ease of access to electronic information, and reduce associated risks and costs. Directs the Great Clips Crisis Team, leads meetings, manages the Great Clips Critical Incident Response process, handles crisis calls, maintains emergency and critical incident resources and procedures for franchisees and salon staff to ensure that the processes by which Great Clips deals with major events that threaten to harm the company, franchisees, salon staff or the general public are up to date and available for implementation by key executive staff. Provides legal review and negotiation based on Great Clips established requirements for training center and Great Clips guaranteed leases to ensure that corporate objectives are met and to minimize risk to Great Clips. Provides legal support to the Great Clips marketing department with respect to contests and associated rules.

Qualifications: JD Degree and 5+ years of experience in a legal or franchise environment with increasing responsibility, Certificate in Cybersecurity and Privacy Law, International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) Certified Information Privacy Professional CIPP/US designation, CIPP/Canada designation and Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM) designation or a combination of education and experience providing equivalent knowledge. Knowledge of United States federal, state, and Canadian provincial laws pertaining to technology, accessibility, intellectual property, marketing and advertising and the ability to accurately apply these regulations to company policies, agreements, websites and other documents. Current knowledge and accreditation in federal and state privacy laws in the United States (CIPP/US) and Canada (CIPP/C) and monitoring of changes in information privacy regulations to ensure organizational adaptation and compliance. Current knowledge and accreditation in privacy program management (CIPM). Ability to comprehend complex legal materials, analyze information and recommend viable solutions. Ability to effectively develop and consistently apply and enforce policies and systems related to franchisees. Knowledge of and skill in using application software in a PC environment including Microsoft Office, Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel. Ability to carefully proof all work, and use proper grammar, spelling, syntax, punctuation and sentence structure. Ability to plan for and direct the work of staff, develop staff to their full potential, and create an environment which encourages creativity and commitment to results. Ability to communicate clearly and effectively in written and verbal communications. Knowledge of and ability to apply policies, systems, practices and precedents used within the organization to manage employees relative to recruitment, retention, motivation, rewards, discipline, development and separation.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-22
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033477 - Senior Counsel
In-House,Health First
Location : Rockledge Florida United States

To be fully engaged in providing Quality/No Harm, Customer Experience, and Stewardship by providing legal counsel and support to Health First, Inc. and its affiliated entities (?Health First?). The Senior Counsel (the ?Attorney?) is responsible for ... + read more

feb 23, 2018


Managing Director, Litigation Finance Investments
In-House,Confidential
Location : Tampa Florida United States

Title                  Managing Director, Litigation Finance Investments Location          Tampa Reports to       Chief Executive Officer / Founder   Job Summary Experienced commercial litigator to lead all efforts in evaluating potent... + read more

feb 21, 2018


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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# VLWE137803
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide direct transactional support to internal groups and work closely with outside counsel on a variety of real estate and corporate matters. The focus will include data center lease transactions. Applicants must be admitted to practice in a state bar (preferably Washington) and in good standing, and have a J.D. degree from ABA-accredited law school.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Temporary Tax Advisor - Cpa, Enrolled Agent Or Attorney
Refer job# FEES137806
 
Temporary Tax Advisor - CPA, Enrolled Agent or Attorney The candidate will provide tax advice, tax return review and preparation to TurboTax customers. Will help customers who are working on their tax return with 1) tax advice, including return preparation and signature when required, 2) product/software inquiries, and 3) tax calculations. Create high quality customer interactions and experiences that instill confidence using deep customer empathy and audio/video tools. Utilize and leverage government websites, professional resources and team expertise to seek out and deliver the right answer to the customer using everyday language. Apply defined practices, procedures and company policies to troubleshoot and resolve tax advice and preparation customer inquiries.

The candidate should have an active credential: EA (Enrolled Agent), CPA (Certified Public Accountant), or Practicing Attorney designation with strong tax preparation experience and extensive knowledge of tax laws. Must have recent experience preparing federal and state individual 1040 tax returns using commercial tax preparation software (3+ years preferred). Professional Circular 230 judgement experience is desired. Audit experience (IRS and state tax authorities) would be a plus. Should be proficient with technology. Solid knowledge of computer operations and software is essential. Bilingual (English/Spanish) communication skills (written and spoken) a plus. Note: This is a seasonal customer facing position.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Temporary Tax Expert - CPA, Enrolled Agent or Attorney
Refer job# MONS137807
 
Temporary Tax Expert - CPA, Enrolled Agent or Attorney The candidate will be providing Tax Advice, Tax Return Review and Preparation to TurboTax Customers. Will help customers who are working on their tax return with tax advice, including return preparation and signature when required, product/software inquiries, and tax calculations. Create high quality customer interactions and experiences that instill confidence using deep customer empathy and audio/video tools. Utilize and leverage government websites, professional resources and team expertise to seek out and deliver the right answer to the customer using everyday language. Apply defined practices, procedures and company policies to troubleshoot and resolve tax advice and preparation customer inquiries. Document customer interactions.

The candidate should have an active credential: EA (Enrolled Agent), CPA (Certified Public Accountant), or Practicing Attorney designation with strong tax preparation experience and extensive knowledge of tax laws. Must have recent experience preparing federal and state individual 1040 tax returns using commercial tax preparation software (3+ years preferred). Professional Circular 230 judgement experience is desired. Audit experience (IRS and state tax authorities) would be a plus. Should be proficient with technology. Solid knowledge of computer operations and software is essential. Bilingual (English/Spanish) communication skills (written and spoken) a plus. Note: This is a seasonal customer facing position.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Real Estate Attorney
Refer job# RDXF137784
 
Real Estate Attorney Duties: Responsible for reviewing, negotiating and drafting real estate contracts and related agreements for the acquisition of raw land, partially developed land and finished platted lots, and land development, for the purpose of building single family homes, as well as conducting due diligence and closing the land acquisitions, including working with paralegals and title companies to prepare and review closing documents and title work. Due diligence may include legal analysis of title issues, bonding and development matters, community facilities districts, homeowner associations, and water availability, among other issues. Interact with management in discussing and managing risks with respect to the purchase and development of real estate, and provide guidance to division personnel with respect to company land transaction policies and procedures and other risk management processes. Additionally, the position may provide assistance in the area of leasing.

Qualifications: JD Degree or LLM from an accredited law school. Admitted to practice in the State of Colorado, or another state with single client admission in Colorado. Attorney s license shall be active and in good standing. 8+ years as a practicing lawyer with an emphasis on real estate. Some homebuilding experience preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Securities Attorney
Refer job# WHYN137785
 
Corporate Securities Attorney The candidate will provide frontline legal support to various business units within SIG. Will review and negotiate clearing, trading, financing, brokerage and OTC derivative agreements. Review, document, negotiate and oversee corporate transactions and documents, including venture capital and private equity transactions. Document and negotiate employment agreements. Review and negotiate technology license agreements. Oversee and coordinate outside counsel regarding litigation matters. Should have 5+ years of corporate/securities related legal experience, securities trading and documentation experience is a plus. Must possess strong negotiation skills. Strong organization, effective planning, problem solving, and analytical skills are required. Knowledge of Microsoft products (Excel, Word, and Outlook) is needed.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Counsel, Corporate
Refer job# KPMC137786
 
Senior Counsel, Corporate Duties: Reviewing and negotiating commercial contracts, confidentiality agreements and contract manufacturing agreements. Providing advice to senior management with regard to compliance with existing contractual obligations as well as internal policies and guidelines. Structuring and negotiating complex transactions. Advising on general corporate matters, including corporate governance matters. Managing senior paralegal. Negotiates, drafts and manages sophisticated commercial agreements, often where no precedents exist. Advises on relevant legal matters impacting existing or proposed arrangements, including securities and corporate law and regulations.

Requirements: JD Degree. 3+ years in house experience preferably working in the biotechnology/pharmaceutical industry. 2+ years large law firm experience. Experience negotiating complex commercial contracts, SEC disclosure, and general corporate counseling of public companies. Experience working on meaningful merger and acquisition transactions of various structures. Experience in implementing contract management software, selection, customization and installation. Experience in: (i) negotiating and drafting complex commercial contracts; (ii) managing corporate compliance with contracts; (iii) SEC reporting and disclosure; and (iv) mergers and acquisitions. As part of the Legal Department, this attorney will have primary responsibility for reviewing and managing the company s commercial contracts. In addition, this attorney will be primarily responsible for providing advice to senior management regarding proposed transactions and ensuring the Company s compliance with existing contractual obligations and general corporate law. Must have excellent interpersonal, decision making and communication skills. Must be able to work effectively in a dynamic, team-oriented environment. Experience with SEC reporting requirements and disclosure.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# VSML137787
 
Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will prepare, draft, negotiate and finalize routine, including confidentiality agreements, Work in close collaboration with cross-functional teams and external vendors on business documentation, as needed. Will review and revise responses to regulatory and consumer complaints and ensure timelines of responses are met. Assist HR with basic questions and employment legal issues involving wage and hour, termination and similar issues. Provide support activities, including drafting and conducting legal research in all areas of federal and state law impacting residential mortgage lending and servicing. Assist with various committee/group meetings facilitated by the Legal Department. Support in-house counsel in state and federal matters. Review and investigate allegations on litigated accounts and provide facts and documentation to managing attorney, outside counsel and servicing legal management. Collaborate with outside counsel to provide timely responses to discovery requests and/or other requests for information or action.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university. Must have JD degree from an accredited law school, with preferably 0-3 years of experience. Must be admitted to practice in the State of Ohio or sitting for the February or June exam. Prior experience working with a real estate, mortgage, financial services or law firm handling residential mortgages, a plus. Familiarity with federal and state regulatory compliance is essential.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
General Counsel & Corporate Secretary
Refer job# QMLL137788
 
General Counsel & Corporate Secretary Duties: Direct the legal affairs of MSM on all topics that affect higher education and academic medical centers with research and clinical operations including employment matters, employee benefits, litigation, real property, risk management, contracting, procurement, information security, inventions, copyright and other intellectual property, and state and federal regulatory matters. Serve as legal advisor to the President and Dean, Board of Trustees, Morehouse Healthcare, Morehouse Choice Accountable Care Organization, senior administration, physicians, faculty and staff. Provide guidance on a variety of transactional, regulatory and contractual healthcare issues that include analysis for compliance with applicable healthcare laws (STARK, HIPAA, Anti-Kickback Statute, Affordable Care Act), Medicare/Medicaid regulations, managed care contracting, research funding agreements, and clinical research. Provide legal representation, opinions, advice and counsel to all senior administrators of MSM on matters of institutional concern. Provide leadership regarding local, state and federal government relations. Supervise relationships with outside counsel, including review and authorization of payment of fees. Provide information on changes in laws, policies and procedures, regulations and trends that could affect MSM. Proactively review and propose revisions to existing policies, identify the need for new policies, or recommend the deletion of obsolete policies. Ensure institutional compliance with federal, state and local legal requirements. Oversee any investigations by a governmental authority of any department of MSM. Approve compliance and safety communications to MSM employees, faculty and staff as appropriate. Advice to the Board of Trustees. Serve as Secretary to the Board. Ensure the Board of Trustees is informed of all formal action taken by MSM and the status of any major litigation. Oversee the planning, governance and follow-up for all meetings of the Board of Trustees. Maintain minutes and records of the Board of Trustees. Update the Audit and Compliance committee and overall Board, as appropriate, on legal and risk management matters of MSM. Assist in fostering an environment for speedy and fair resolutions of concerns and complaints. Maintain relationships with appropriate professional and accreditation associations. Provide administrative oversight of the Office of Legal Affairs. Develop and manage the divisional budget. Other management duties as assigned.

Qualifications: JD Degree from a regionally accredited law school and have 10+ years of experience as an attorney, with 5+ years experience as general counsel in a healthcare or educational institution. Licensed or license eligible to practice law in the State of Georgia. Must hold current membership with the State Bar of Georgia or obtain membership within a reasonable time after employment. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Strong organization and time management skills. Adaptable to changes in responsibilities to suit organizational needs. Excellent interpersonal skills. Ability to manage and train others. Ability to initiate and implement strategic change. Ability to effectively monitor and manage multiple projects. Understands technology attendant to legal and business needs. Appreciates and preserves MSM s good working culture. Interest in developing innovative approaches to protect MSM and maintain its ethical and cultural environment. Resourceful, creative, and outcomes-oriented approach to implementation.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Commercial Contracts Attorney
Refer job# BHZI137789
 
Commercial Contracts Attorney Duties: Manage the overall Commercial contracting process in alignment with Collegium s priorities and strategies. Provide legal expertise and counsel for all Commercial contracting activities across key functions, including Market Access and Trade, Sales, Marketing, Commercial Operations, and Commercial Finance. Responsible for the drafting, review, negotiation, execution and maintenance of a variety of contractual agreements relating to Collegium s business and external customers such as managed care payers/PBMs, government payers (Medicaid, Medicare Part D, VA/DOD), wholesalers, retail and specialty pharmacies, GPOs, institutions and other vendors. Prepare, review, draft and negotiate Commercial contracts such as managed care agreements, letters of agreement/intent, confidentiality agreements, Master'service agreements, distribution agreements, consulting agreements, vendor agreements, etc. in partnership with key stakeholders. Support revision processes and negotiation of agreements with customers; work with internal and external parties (including outside counsel) to finalize agreement language and ensure final execution. Provide legal advice to internal teams on contract matters, including interpretation and enforcement, risk assessment, compliance and corporate policies. Coordinate and assist in developing policies, procedures and systems to support and facilitate efficient contract development and analysis. Ensure contracts and supporting documentation are properly entered into monitoring databases and manage execution of contract terms (including membership/affiliation lists, amendments, insurance, renewal, etc.) with relevant stakeholders over lifecycle of contract. Collaborate with Finance to ensure appropriate discount, rebate and/or chargeback processing and operations are met to fulfill contract obligations; support internal and external audits.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school with the license to practice law. 4+ years experience in the pharmaceutical/biotech/payer industry and commercial contracting, with understanding of key contract provisions across various commercial functions. Strong verbal and written skills and ability to communicate complex concepts clearly. Ability to collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to form productive partnerships. Strong commitment to detail, successful prioritization and time management skills; works with a sense of urgency to meet deadlines. Strong character and ethics, self-starter and interest in working in growing, entrepreneurial environment.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# KLQL137790
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Responsible for ensuring Great Clips legal objectives in the U.S. and Canada are met by research and counsel on the many legal issues and risks faced by the company, including legal obligations involving privacy, security, data transfers, and data protection. Counsel for risk management in marketing, recruiting, business intelligence and technology initiatives; internal lease review and negotiation; drafting, reviewing, and negotiating vendor contract terms with an emphasis on legal obligations in privacy, security, and technology; establishing and maintaining a company-wide Information Privacy Program, overseeing the implementation, education and maintenance of company-wide contract management and document management systems, and directing the crisis management team, Critical Incident Response Planning, crisis calls, and processes including safety and security. Advises executives within the company and works alongside contracting parties to minimize legal risks for a wide variety of agreements including business intelligence and technology, Point of Sale, marketing agreements, confidentiality agreements, and other general business contracts with expertise in cybersecurity and data privacy. Develops solutions to complex legal questions by researching unique legal issues impacting the organization. Minimizes legal risk to the company by developing and managing procedures for negotiating with vendors for compliance with Great Clips required contractual terms and compliance with legal requirements for privacy and data security. Establishes and maintains a vendor management program and company-wide contracting processes to ensure consistency, minimize legal risk, and ensure proper signing authority. Directs the ongoing upgrade and maintenance of the legal databases to ensure accurate, up-to-date information is available; and manages the reporting and analysis of the data to accurately reflect the status of department and company goals. Directs the development, education, and execution of a program and system for vendor contract maintenance to ensure that all contracts meet program parameters while keeping key terms, contract milestones, and dates such as expirations or renewals visible. Directs the implementation of privacy training programs such as social engineering, spear phishing, and phishing to increase employee awareness and understanding of company privacy and security policies, procedures, and legal obligations. Directs the implementation, education, and ongoing administration of a document management and document retention system to ensure company-wide participation and compliance with record retention policies and procedures, promote ease of access to electronic information, and reduce associated risks and costs. Directs the Great Clips Crisis Team, leads meetings, manages the Great Clips Critical Incident Response process, handles crisis calls, maintains emergency and critical incident resources and procedures for franchisees and salon staff to ensure that the processes by which Great Clips deals with major events that threaten to harm the company, franchisees, salon staff or the general public are up to date and available for implementation by key executive staff. Provides legal review and negotiation based on Great Clips established requirements for training center and Great Clips guaranteed leases to ensure that corporate objectives are met and to minimize risk to Great Clips. Provides legal support to the Great Clips marketing department with respect to contests and associated rules.

Qualifications: JD Degree and 5+ years of experience in a legal or franchise environment with increasing responsibility, Certificate in Cybersecurity and Privacy Law, International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) Certified Information Privacy Professional CIPP/US designation, CIPP/Canada designation and Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM) designation or a combination of education and experience providing equivalent knowledge. Knowledge of United States federal, state, and Canadian provincial laws pertaining to technology, accessibility, intellectual property, marketing and advertising and the ability to accurately apply these regulations to company policies, agreements, websites and other documents. Current knowledge and accreditation in federal and state privacy laws in the United States (CIPP/US) and Canada (CIPP/C) and monitoring of changes in information privacy regulations to ensure organizational adaptation and compliance. Current knowledge and accreditation in privacy program management (CIPM). Ability to comprehend complex legal materials, analyze information and recommend viable solutions. Ability to effectively develop and consistently apply and enforce policies and systems related to franchisees. Knowledge of and skill in using application software in a PC environment including Microsoft Office, Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel. Ability to carefully proof all work, and use proper grammar, spelling, syntax, punctuation and sentence structure. Ability to plan for and direct the work of staff, develop staff to their full potential, and create an environment which encourages creativity and commitment to results. Ability to communicate clearly and effectively in written and verbal communications. Knowledge of and ability to apply policies, systems, practices and precedents used within the organization to manage employees relative to recruitment, retention, motivation, rewards, discipline, development and separation.
 
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