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Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Home Lending Litigation

Jersey City NJ Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Home Lending Litigation The candidate will be responsible for supervising and directing outside counsel related to actual and potential litigation brought against Chase throughout the United States. Advise management on risks within the organization. Draft, review and revise pleadings, discovery responses and briefs. Communicate with outside counsel and internal clients regarding case status and negotiations. May supervise or provide advice to less senior members of the legal department. Should have 5+ years as a Litigation Attorney. Must have at least 5 years of experience practicing law post-JD. J.D. degree required. Must be licensed to practice law and a member in good standing in the state/jurisdiction in which the position is based or otherwise in compliance with the in-house counsel registration rules of that state/jurisdiction. Must have experience within the Mortgage or Home Lending business. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Senior Managing Counsel Healthcare, Director Of Privacy Law Team

Bloomfield CT Senior Managing Counsel Healthcare, Director of Privacy Law Team The candidate will counsel and collaborate with multiple internal clients, including at senior levels, such as Health Services, Government businesses, US Commercial, Sourcing, Information Security, Data Analytics, Sales, Account Management, and Internal Audit. Will manages in-house team of privacy lawyers and external counsel. Counsel entities that must comply with widely varying privacy requirements. Entities include Covered Entities, Business Associates, Hybrid Entities, Data Controllers, Data Processors, and others. Provide legal advice and leadership for data loss incident preparation and legal response in collaboration with Information Security staff. Provide counsel related to advanced and cutting-edge data use and acquisition, as well as data mapping, classification, and related data management and governance. Manage complex legal issues and risk related to data analytics, AI, de-identification, and use of new and innovative technologies. Support the privacy, security, and data protection aspects of relationships and contracts with technology companies, switch vendors, HIEs, EMRs, app developers, and data aggregators. Interpret and apply privacy and data protection law and contractual requirements to a wide variety of business initiatives, such as (i) the development of clinical programs for patients and plan members; (ii) communications to providers and patients; (iii) policy development; (iv) collaboration and data exchange between affiliated and outside entities; and (v) digital initiatives such as website, email, text, social media, mobile apps, etc. Negotiate privacy and data use provisions, consistent with the company's strategy and goals. Collaborate with other attorneys in the Legal Department as a leader and subject matter expert. Stay abreast of, and communicate clearly to non-lawyers, changes to or developments in privacy and data protection laws and regulations and their impact on business operations. Apply sound business judgment to the provision of legal advice and continuously look for opportunities to improve service.

The candidate should have Juris doctorate degree. Must have Bar membership. Deep knowledge of health care privacy, including the pharmacy benefit management, health plan, and pharmacy businesses is a must. Should preferably have 10+ years of experience advising healthcare organizations on matters including privacy, and 5 years of managerial experience. You must have managerial experience for this role. Demonstrate an understanding of privacy laws and regulations, including HIPAA, state privacy and data breach laws, TCPA, CAN-SPAM, COPPA, Part 2, the Privacy Act of 1974, and international data protection laws is required. Must understand the overall healthcare legal environment and business, including operating in large complex environments, and display a passion for continuous learning about sophisticated privacy and data protection issues.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Senior Managing Counsel Healthcare, Director Of Privacy Law Team

Chattanooga TN Senior Managing Counsel Healthcare, Director of Privacy Law Team The candidate will counsel and collaborate with multiple internal clients, including at senior levels, such as Health Services, Government businesses, US Commercial, Sourcing, Information Security, Data Analytics, Sales, Account Management, and Internal Audit. Will manages in-house team of privacy lawyers and external counsel. Counsel entities that must comply with widely varying privacy requirements. Entities include Covered Entities, Business Associates, Hybrid Entities, Data Controllers, Data Processors, and others. Provide legal advice and leadership for data loss incident preparation and legal response in collaboration with Information Security staff. Provide counsel related to advanced and cutting-edge data use and acquisition, as well as data mapping, classification, and related data management and governance. Manage complex legal issues and risk related to data analytics, AI, de-identification, and use of new and innovative technologies. Support the privacy, security, and data protection aspects of relationships and contracts with technology companies, switch vendors, HIEs, EMRs, app developers, and data aggregators. Interpret and apply privacy and data protection law and contractual requirements to a wide variety of business initiatives, such as (i) the development of clinical programs for patients and plan members; (ii) communications to providers and patients; (iii) policy development; (iv) collaboration and data exchange between affiliated and outside entities; and (v) digital initiatives such as website, email, text, social media, mobile apps, etc. Negotiate privacy and data use provisions, consistent with the company's strategy and goals. Collaborate with other attorneys in the Legal Department as a leader and subject matter expert. Stay abreast of, and communicate clearly to non-lawyers, changes to or developments in privacy and data protection laws and regulations and their impact on business operations. Apply sound business judgment to the provision of legal advice and continuously look for opportunities to improve service.

The candidate should have Juris doctorate degree. Must have Bar membership. Deep knowledge of health care privacy, including the pharmacy benefit management, health plan, and pharmacy businesses is a must. Should preferably have 10+ years of experience advising healthcare organizations on matters including privacy, and 5 years of managerial experience. You must have managerial experience for this role. Demonstrate an understanding of privacy laws and regulations, including HIPAA, state privacy and data breach laws, TCPA, CAN-SPAM, COPPA, Part 2, the Privacy Act of 1974, and international data protection laws is required. Must understand the overall healthcare legal environment and business, including operating in large complex environments, and display a passion for continuous learning about sophisticated privacy and data protection issues.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Senior Managing Counsel Healthcare, Director Of Privacy Law Team

Birmingham AL Senior Managing Counsel Healthcare, Director of Privacy Law Team The candidate will counsel and collaborate with multiple internal clients, including at senior levels, such as Health Services, Government businesses, US Commercial, Sourcing, Information Security, Data Analytics, Sales, Account Management, and Internal Audit. Will manages in-house team of privacy lawyers and external counsel. Counsel entities that must comply with widely varying privacy requirements. Entities include Covered Entities, Business Associates, Hybrid Entities, Data Controllers, Data Processors, and others. Provide legal advice and leadership for data loss incident preparation and legal response in collaboration with Information Security staff. Provide counsel related to advanced and cutting-edge data use and acquisition, as well as data mapping, classification, and related data management and governance. Manage complex legal issues and risk related to data analytics, AI, de-identification, and use of new and innovative technologies. Support the privacy, security, and data protection aspects of relationships and contracts with technology companies, switch vendors, HIEs, EMRs, app developers, and data aggregators. Interpret and apply privacy and data protection law and contractual requirements to a wide variety of business initiatives, such as (i) the development of clinical programs for patients and plan members; (ii) communications to providers and patients; (iii) policy development; (iv) collaboration and data exchange between affiliated and outside entities; and (v) digital initiatives such as website, email, text, social media, mobile apps, etc. Negotiate privacy and data use provisions, consistent with the company's strategy and goals. Collaborate with other attorneys in the Legal Department as a leader and subject matter expert. Stay abreast of, and communicate clearly to non-lawyers, changes to or developments in privacy and data protection laws and regulations and their impact on business operations. Apply sound business judgment to the provision of legal advice and continuously look for opportunities to improve service.

The candidate should have Juris doctorate degree. Must have Bar membership. Deep knowledge of health care privacy, including the pharmacy benefit management, health plan, and pharmacy businesses is a must. Should preferably have 10+ years of experience advising healthcare organizations on matters including privacy, and 5 years of managerial experience. You must have managerial experience for this role. Demonstrate an understanding of privacy laws and regulations, including HIPAA, state privacy and data breach laws, TCPA, CAN-SPAM, COPPA, Part 2, the Privacy Act of 1974, and international data protection laws is required. Must understand the overall healthcare legal environment and business, including operating in large complex environments, and display a passion for continuous learning about sophisticated privacy and data protection issues.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Senior Managing Counsel Healthcare, Director Of Privacy Law Team

Horsham PA Senior Managing Counsel Healthcare, Director of Privacy Law Team The candidate will counsel and collaborate with multiple internal clients, including at senior levels, such as Health Services, Government businesses, US Commercial, Sourcing, Information Security, Data Analytics, Sales, Account Management, and Internal Audit. Will manages in-house team of privacy lawyers and external counsel. Counsel entities that must comply with widely varying privacy requirements. Entities include Covered Entities, Business Associates, Hybrid Entities, Data Controllers, Data Processors, and others. Provide legal advice and leadership for data loss incident preparation and legal response in collaboration with Information Security staff. Provide counsel related to advanced and cutting-edge data use and acquisition, as well as data mapping, classification, and related data management and governance. Manage complex legal issues and risk related to data analytics, AI, de-identification, and use of new and innovative technologies. Support the privacy, security, and data protection aspects of relationships and contracts with technology companies, switch vendors, HIEs, EMRs, app developers, and data aggregators. Interpret and apply privacy and data protection law and contractual requirements to a wide variety of business initiatives, such as (i) the development of clinical programs for patients and plan members; (ii) communications to providers and patients; (iii) policy development; (iv) collaboration and data exchange between affiliated and outside entities; and (v) digital initiatives such as website, email, text, social media, mobile apps, etc. Negotiate privacy and data use provisions, consistent with the company's strategy and goals. Collaborate with other attorneys in the Legal Department as a leader and subject matter expert. Stay abreast of, and communicate clearly to non-lawyers, changes to or developments in privacy and data protection laws and regulations and their impact on business operations. Apply sound business judgment to the provision of legal advice and continuously look for opportunities to improve service.

The candidate should have Juris doctorate degree. Must have Bar membership. Deep knowledge of health care privacy, including the pharmacy benefit management, health plan, and pharmacy businesses is a must. Should preferably have 10+ years of experience advising healthcare organizations on matters including privacy, and 5 years of managerial experience. You must have managerial experience for this role. Demonstrate an understanding of privacy laws and regulations, including HIPAA, state privacy and data breach laws, TCPA, CAN-SPAM, COPPA, Part 2, the Privacy Act of 1974, and international data protection laws is required. Must understand the overall healthcare legal environment and business, including operating in large complex environments, and display a passion for continuous learning about sophisticated privacy and data protection issues.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Corporate Counsel

Ontario CA Corporate Counsel Duties : Will facilitate legal needs and communications for Uline and its subsidiaries. Ensure compliance with applicable laws, regulations and policies. Conduct research and prepare legal memoranda on a diverse array of matters, with a focus on labor and employment matters. Draft, negotiate and review contracts. Influence and advise on high-level company decisions. Establish and verify bases for legal issues and proceedings. Build credibility and trust with clients, stakeholders and other colleagues. Act with integrity, upholding strong business and personal ethical standards.

Requirements : The candidate should be Juris Doctorate from an ABA accredited law school. Must have 5-7 years' experience in a corporate legal setting or at an established law firm. Licensed to practice law in the state of California. Extensive employment law experience. Strong knowledge of California employment law. Experience handling labor and employment matters before federal, state and administrative agencies. Good communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2020-06-27

Corporate Counsel

East Granby CT Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Review, draft, and negotiate contracts with customers and suppliers, confidentiality agreements, and other complex commercial agreements. Provide guidance on business and legal risks to internal teams as needed. Assist in implementing and maintaining appropriate policies and procedures to ensure the company's compliance with applicable laws and regulations, including privacy and consumer protection compliance, and assess potential risk where there might be alternatives. Help build and improve form agreements and legal processes. Act as a business partner to support the achievement of the organization's operational goals and strategies. Work closely with other Legal Department colleagues on cross-business and cross-border transactions. Position will report into Legal Director, Commercial and have significant contact with General Counsel and other executives in the company.

Qualifications: JD Degree and current Bar membership in good standing is required. 3-5+ years of experience, preferably with 2 years of transactional experience handling matters related to customer and supplier contracts. In-house experience and major law firm experience favorably considered. Superior written and oral communication skills, along with excellent presentation skills. Ability to quickly establish a solid rapport and trust with the legal team and executives and develop strong working relationships with internal business partners. Excellent strategic, organizational, and business process skills with the ability to follow through on numerous projects simultaneously and under tight deadlines. Ability to work well independently, coupled with strong interpersonal skills, resourcefulness, and an ability to participate in a highly collaborative team environment.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-27

Senior Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection

The Woodlands TX Senior Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection The candidate will serve as the lead attorney overseeing all aspects of Data, Evidence and Insights business (DEI) and oncology practice technology offerings, including our market-leading electronic health record tool, iKnowMed. Bring a depth of knowledge and experience with privacy and data security laws and regulations and will have the ability to translate that knowledge to deliver relevant and actionable guidance to the business. Possess excellent legal judgment and the ability to be both pragmatic/business-oriented and strategic. Excel when working independently and collaboratively, have a record of developing strong working relationships with a diverse client base, and the ability to lead at all levels across the organization. Be comfortable in a fast-paced environment and successfully manage many projects simultaneously. Typically requires 7+ years as a practicing attorney with a firm and/or in-house experience. Experience counseling participants in the healthcare industry, and CIPP or similar professional certification. Should have Juris Doctor degree with excellent academic credentials and member of a state bar in good standing. Must have in-depth knowledge of HIPAA and other health care privacy laws with an emphasis on data rights and data strategy. Serving as a legal subject matter expert on a broad range of privacy and data protection laws, including to HIPAA, the FTC Act, TCPA, CAN-SPAM Act, state data protection and security breach laws. Assisting with the privacy focused review of new product launches, updates to existing products and services and clinical trial initiatives. Supporting the development and implementation of privacy-related business-specific processes and procedures, training, and other controls. Providing legal advice concerning business transactions, including performing legal due diligence, recommending appropriate post-integration action steps, and drafting and negotiating applicable language in M&A related contracts and documents. Collaborating with internal stakeholders to support the analysis, preparation, drafting and/or negotiation of pertinent aspects of privacy-related provisions within vendor and other 3rd party agreements such as Management Services Agreements, Master Services Agreements, SOWs and Business Associate Agreements. Supporting overall USON data governance efforts. Monitoring and evaluating evolving laws, regulations and industry best practices to help maintain compliance and guide the business unit toward opportunity, including reviewing, advising and supporting data rights strategy. Managing outside counsel when necessary. Must be able to travel up to 20%. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-27

Senior Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection

Dallas TX Senior Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection The candidate will serve as the lead attorney overseeing all aspects of Data, Evidence and Insights business (DEI) and oncology practice technology offerings, including our market-leading electronic health record tool, iKnowMed. Bring a depth of knowledge and experience with privacy and data security laws and regulations and will have the ability to translate that knowledge to deliver relevant and actionable guidance to the business. Possess excellent legal judgment and the ability to be both pragmatic/business-oriented and strategic. Excel when working independently and collaboratively, have a record of developing strong working relationships with a diverse client base, and the ability to lead at all levels across the organization. Be comfortable in a fast-paced environment and successfully manage many projects simultaneously. Typically requires 7+ years as a practicing attorney with a firm and/or in-house experience. Experience counseling participants in the healthcare industry, and CIPP or similar professional certification. Should have Juris Doctor degree with excellent academic credentials and member of a state bar in good standing. Must have in-depth knowledge of HIPAA and other health care privacy laws with an emphasis on data rights and data strategy. Serving as a legal subject matter expert on a broad range of privacy and data protection laws, including to HIPAA, the FTC Act, TCPA, CAN-SPAM Act, state data protection and security breach laws. Assisting with the privacy focused review of new product launches, updates to existing products and services and clinical trial initiatives. Supporting the development and implementation of privacy-related business-specific processes and procedures, training, and other controls. Providing legal advice concerning business transactions, including performing legal due diligence, recommending appropriate post-integration action steps, and drafting and negotiating applicable language in M&A related contracts and documents. Collaborating with internal stakeholders to support the analysis, preparation, drafting and/or negotiation of pertinent aspects of privacy-related provisions within vendor and other 3rd party agreements such as Management Services Agreements, Master Services Agreements, SOWs and Business Associate Agreements. Supporting overall USON data governance efforts. Monitoring and evaluating evolving laws, regulations and industry best practices to help maintain compliance and guide the business unit toward opportunity, including reviewing, advising and supporting data rights strategy. Managing outside counsel when necessary. Must be able to travel up to 20%. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-27

Senior Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection

Fort Worth TX Senior Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection The candidate will serve as the lead attorney overseeing all aspects of Data, Evidence and Insights business (DEI) and oncology practice technology offerings, including our market-leading electronic health record tool, iKnowMed. Bring a depth of knowledge and experience with privacy and data security laws and regulations and will have the ability to translate that knowledge to deliver relevant and actionable guidance to the business. Possess excellent legal judgment and the ability to be both pragmatic/business-oriented and strategic. Excel when working independently and collaboratively, have a record of developing strong working relationships with a diverse client base, and the ability to lead at all levels across the organization. Be comfortable in a fast-paced environment and successfully manage many projects simultaneously. Typically requires 7+ years as a practicing attorney with a firm and/or in-house experience. Experience counseling participants in the healthcare industry, and CIPP or similar professional certification. Should have Juris Doctor degree with excellent academic credentials and member of a state bar in good standing. Must have in-depth knowledge of HIPAA and other health care privacy laws with an emphasis on data rights and data strategy. Serving as a legal subject matter expert on a broad range of privacy and data protection laws, including to HIPAA, the FTC Act, TCPA, CAN-SPAM Act, state data protection and security breach laws. Assisting with the privacy focused review of new product launches, updates to existing products and services and clinical trial initiatives. Supporting the development and implementation of privacy-related business-specific processes and procedures, training, and other controls. Providing legal advice concerning business transactions, including performing legal due diligence, recommending appropriate post-integration action steps, and drafting and negotiating applicable language in M&A related contracts and documents. Collaborating with internal stakeholders to support the analysis, preparation, drafting and/or negotiation of pertinent aspects of privacy-related provisions within vendor and other 3rd party agreements such as Management Services Agreements, Master Services Agreements, SOWs and Business Associate Agreements. Supporting overall USON data governance efforts. Monitoring and evaluating evolving laws, regulations and industry best practices to help maintain compliance and guide the business unit toward opportunity, including reviewing, advising and supporting data rights strategy. Managing outside counsel when necessary. Must be able to travel up to 20%. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-27
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Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Home Lending Litigation
Refer job# GDKN150362
 
Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Home Lending Litigation The candidate will be responsible for supervising and directing outside counsel related to actual and potential litigation brought against Chase throughout the United States. Advise management on risks within the organization. Draft, review and revise pleadings, discovery responses and briefs. Communicate with outside counsel and internal clients regarding case status and negotiations. May supervise or provide advice to less senior members of the legal department. Should have 5+ years as a Litigation Attorney. Must have at least 5 years of experience practicing law post-JD. J.D. degree required. Must be licensed to practice law and a member in good standing in the state/jurisdiction in which the position is based or otherwise in compliance with the in-house counsel registration rules of that state/jurisdiction. Must have experience within the Mortgage or Home Lending business.
 
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Senior Managing Counsel Healthcare, Director Of Privacy Law Team
Refer job# BSMF150363
 
Senior Managing Counsel Healthcare, Director of Privacy Law Team The candidate will counsel and collaborate with multiple internal clients, including at senior levels, such as Health Services, Government businesses, US Commercial, Sourcing, Information Security, Data Analytics, Sales, Account Management, and Internal Audit. Will manages in-house team of privacy lawyers and external counsel. Counsel entities that must comply with widely varying privacy requirements. Entities include Covered Entities, Business Associates, Hybrid Entities, Data Controllers, Data Processors, and others. Provide legal advice and leadership for data loss incident preparation and legal response in collaboration with Information Security staff. Provide counsel related to advanced and cutting-edge data use and acquisition, as well as data mapping, classification, and related data management and governance. Manage complex legal issues and risk related to data analytics, AI, de-identification, and use of new and innovative technologies. Support the privacy, security, and data protection aspects of relationships and contracts with technology companies, switch vendors, HIEs, EMRs, app developers, and data aggregators. Interpret and apply privacy and data protection law and contractual requirements to a wide variety of business initiatives, such as (i) the development of clinical programs for patients and plan members; (ii) communications to providers and patients; (iii) policy development; (iv) collaboration and data exchange between affiliated and outside entities; and (v) digital initiatives such as website, email, text, social media, mobile apps, etc. Negotiate privacy and data use provisions, consistent with the company's strategy and goals. Collaborate with other attorneys in the Legal Department as a leader and subject matter expert. Stay abreast of, and communicate clearly to non-lawyers, changes to or developments in privacy and data protection laws and regulations and their impact on business operations. Apply sound business judgment to the provision of legal advice and continuously look for opportunities to improve service.

The candidate should have Juris doctorate degree. Must have Bar membership. Deep knowledge of health care privacy, including the pharmacy benefit management, health plan, and pharmacy businesses is a must. Should preferably have 10+ years of experience advising healthcare organizations on matters including privacy, and 5 years of managerial experience. You must have managerial experience for this role. Demonstrate an understanding of privacy laws and regulations, including HIPAA, state privacy and data breach laws, TCPA, CAN-SPAM, COPPA, Part 2, the Privacy Act of 1974, and international data protection laws is required. Must understand the overall healthcare legal environment and business, including operating in large complex environments, and display a passion for continuous learning about sophisticated privacy and data protection issues.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Managing Counsel Healthcare, Director Of Privacy Law Team
Refer job# JETF150364
 
Senior Managing Counsel Healthcare, Director of Privacy Law Team The candidate will counsel and collaborate with multiple internal clients, including at senior levels, such as Health Services, Government businesses, US Commercial, Sourcing, Information Security, Data Analytics, Sales, Account Management, and Internal Audit. Will manages in-house team of privacy lawyers and external counsel. Counsel entities that must comply with widely varying privacy requirements. Entities include Covered Entities, Business Associates, Hybrid Entities, Data Controllers, Data Processors, and others. Provide legal advice and leadership for data loss incident preparation and legal response in collaboration with Information Security staff. Provide counsel related to advanced and cutting-edge data use and acquisition, as well as data mapping, classification, and related data management and governance. Manage complex legal issues and risk related to data analytics, AI, de-identification, and use of new and innovative technologies. Support the privacy, security, and data protection aspects of relationships and contracts with technology companies, switch vendors, HIEs, EMRs, app developers, and data aggregators. Interpret and apply privacy and data protection law and contractual requirements to a wide variety of business initiatives, such as (i) the development of clinical programs for patients and plan members; (ii) communications to providers and patients; (iii) policy development; (iv) collaboration and data exchange between affiliated and outside entities; and (v) digital initiatives such as website, email, text, social media, mobile apps, etc. Negotiate privacy and data use provisions, consistent with the company's strategy and goals. Collaborate with other attorneys in the Legal Department as a leader and subject matter expert. Stay abreast of, and communicate clearly to non-lawyers, changes to or developments in privacy and data protection laws and regulations and their impact on business operations. Apply sound business judgment to the provision of legal advice and continuously look for opportunities to improve service.

The candidate should have Juris doctorate degree. Must have Bar membership. Deep knowledge of health care privacy, including the pharmacy benefit management, health plan, and pharmacy businesses is a must. Should preferably have 10+ years of experience advising healthcare organizations on matters including privacy, and 5 years of managerial experience. You must have managerial experience for this role. Demonstrate an understanding of privacy laws and regulations, including HIPAA, state privacy and data breach laws, TCPA, CAN-SPAM, COPPA, Part 2, the Privacy Act of 1974, and international data protection laws is required. Must understand the overall healthcare legal environment and business, including operating in large complex environments, and display a passion for continuous learning about sophisticated privacy and data protection issues.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Managing Counsel Healthcare, Director Of Privacy Law Team
Refer job# YDGY150365
 
Senior Managing Counsel Healthcare, Director of Privacy Law Team The candidate will counsel and collaborate with multiple internal clients, including at senior levels, such as Health Services, Government businesses, US Commercial, Sourcing, Information Security, Data Analytics, Sales, Account Management, and Internal Audit. Will manages in-house team of privacy lawyers and external counsel. Counsel entities that must comply with widely varying privacy requirements. Entities include Covered Entities, Business Associates, Hybrid Entities, Data Controllers, Data Processors, and others. Provide legal advice and leadership for data loss incident preparation and legal response in collaboration with Information Security staff. Provide counsel related to advanced and cutting-edge data use and acquisition, as well as data mapping, classification, and related data management and governance. Manage complex legal issues and risk related to data analytics, AI, de-identification, and use of new and innovative technologies. Support the privacy, security, and data protection aspects of relationships and contracts with technology companies, switch vendors, HIEs, EMRs, app developers, and data aggregators. Interpret and apply privacy and data protection law and contractual requirements to a wide variety of business initiatives, such as (i) the development of clinical programs for patients and plan members; (ii) communications to providers and patients; (iii) policy development; (iv) collaboration and data exchange between affiliated and outside entities; and (v) digital initiatives such as website, email, text, social media, mobile apps, etc. Negotiate privacy and data use provisions, consistent with the company's strategy and goals. Collaborate with other attorneys in the Legal Department as a leader and subject matter expert. Stay abreast of, and communicate clearly to non-lawyers, changes to or developments in privacy and data protection laws and regulations and their impact on business operations. Apply sound business judgment to the provision of legal advice and continuously look for opportunities to improve service.

The candidate should have Juris doctorate degree. Must have Bar membership. Deep knowledge of health care privacy, including the pharmacy benefit management, health plan, and pharmacy businesses is a must. Should preferably have 10+ years of experience advising healthcare organizations on matters including privacy, and 5 years of managerial experience. You must have managerial experience for this role. Demonstrate an understanding of privacy laws and regulations, including HIPAA, state privacy and data breach laws, TCPA, CAN-SPAM, COPPA, Part 2, the Privacy Act of 1974, and international data protection laws is required. Must understand the overall healthcare legal environment and business, including operating in large complex environments, and display a passion for continuous learning about sophisticated privacy and data protection issues.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Managing Counsel Healthcare, Director Of Privacy Law Team
Refer job# AVSX150366
 
Senior Managing Counsel Healthcare, Director of Privacy Law Team The candidate will counsel and collaborate with multiple internal clients, including at senior levels, such as Health Services, Government businesses, US Commercial, Sourcing, Information Security, Data Analytics, Sales, Account Management, and Internal Audit. Will manages in-house team of privacy lawyers and external counsel. Counsel entities that must comply with widely varying privacy requirements. Entities include Covered Entities, Business Associates, Hybrid Entities, Data Controllers, Data Processors, and others. Provide legal advice and leadership for data loss incident preparation and legal response in collaboration with Information Security staff. Provide counsel related to advanced and cutting-edge data use and acquisition, as well as data mapping, classification, and related data management and governance. Manage complex legal issues and risk related to data analytics, AI, de-identification, and use of new and innovative technologies. Support the privacy, security, and data protection aspects of relationships and contracts with technology companies, switch vendors, HIEs, EMRs, app developers, and data aggregators. Interpret and apply privacy and data protection law and contractual requirements to a wide variety of business initiatives, such as (i) the development of clinical programs for patients and plan members; (ii) communications to providers and patients; (iii) policy development; (iv) collaboration and data exchange between affiliated and outside entities; and (v) digital initiatives such as website, email, text, social media, mobile apps, etc. Negotiate privacy and data use provisions, consistent with the company's strategy and goals. Collaborate with other attorneys in the Legal Department as a leader and subject matter expert. Stay abreast of, and communicate clearly to non-lawyers, changes to or developments in privacy and data protection laws and regulations and their impact on business operations. Apply sound business judgment to the provision of legal advice and continuously look for opportunities to improve service.

The candidate should have Juris doctorate degree. Must have Bar membership. Deep knowledge of health care privacy, including the pharmacy benefit management, health plan, and pharmacy businesses is a must. Should preferably have 10+ years of experience advising healthcare organizations on matters including privacy, and 5 years of managerial experience. You must have managerial experience for this role. Demonstrate an understanding of privacy laws and regulations, including HIPAA, state privacy and data breach laws, TCPA, CAN-SPAM, COPPA, Part 2, the Privacy Act of 1974, and international data protection laws is required. Must understand the overall healthcare legal environment and business, including operating in large complex environments, and display a passion for continuous learning about sophisticated privacy and data protection issues.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# KRLD150294
 
Corporate Counsel Duties : Will facilitate legal needs and communications for Uline and its subsidiaries. Ensure compliance with applicable laws, regulations and policies. Conduct research and prepare legal memoranda on a diverse array of matters, with a focus on labor and employment matters. Draft, negotiate and review contracts. Influence and advise on high-level company decisions. Establish and verify bases for legal issues and proceedings. Build credibility and trust with clients, stakeholders and other colleagues. Act with integrity, upholding strong business and personal ethical standards.

Requirements : The candidate should be Juris Doctorate from an ABA accredited law school. Must have 5-7 years' experience in a corporate legal setting or at an established law firm. Licensed to practice law in the state of California. Extensive employment law experience. Strong knowledge of California employment law. Experience handling labor and employment matters before federal, state and administrative agencies. Good communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# SABI150295
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Review, draft, and negotiate contracts with customers and suppliers, confidentiality agreements, and other complex commercial agreements. Provide guidance on business and legal risks to internal teams as needed. Assist in implementing and maintaining appropriate policies and procedures to ensure the company's compliance with applicable laws and regulations, including privacy and consumer protection compliance, and assess potential risk where there might be alternatives. Help build and improve form agreements and legal processes. Act as a business partner to support the achievement of the organization's operational goals and strategies. Work closely with other Legal Department colleagues on cross-business and cross-border transactions. Position will report into Legal Director, Commercial and have significant contact with General Counsel and other executives in the company.

Qualifications: JD Degree and current Bar membership in good standing is required. 3-5+ years of experience, preferably with 2 years of transactional experience handling matters related to customer and supplier contracts. In-house experience and major law firm experience favorably considered. Superior written and oral communication skills, along with excellent presentation skills. Ability to quickly establish a solid rapport and trust with the legal team and executives and develop strong working relationships with internal business partners. Excellent strategic, organizational, and business process skills with the ability to follow through on numerous projects simultaneously and under tight deadlines. Ability to work well independently, coupled with strong interpersonal skills, resourcefulness, and an ability to participate in a highly collaborative team environment.
 
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Senior Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection
Refer job# HVFT150296
 
Senior Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection The candidate will serve as the lead attorney overseeing all aspects of Data, Evidence and Insights business (DEI) and oncology practice technology offerings, including our market-leading electronic health record tool, iKnowMed. Bring a depth of knowledge and experience with privacy and data security laws and regulations and will have the ability to translate that knowledge to deliver relevant and actionable guidance to the business. Possess excellent legal judgment and the ability to be both pragmatic/business-oriented and strategic. Excel when working independently and collaboratively, have a record of developing strong working relationships with a diverse client base, and the ability to lead at all levels across the organization. Be comfortable in a fast-paced environment and successfully manage many projects simultaneously. Typically requires 7+ years as a practicing attorney with a firm and/or in-house experience. Experience counseling participants in the healthcare industry, and CIPP or similar professional certification. Should have Juris Doctor degree with excellent academic credentials and member of a state bar in good standing. Must have in-depth knowledge of HIPAA and other health care privacy laws with an emphasis on data rights and data strategy. Serving as a legal subject matter expert on a broad range of privacy and data protection laws, including to HIPAA, the FTC Act, TCPA, CAN-SPAM Act, state data protection and security breach laws. Assisting with the privacy focused review of new product launches, updates to existing products and services and clinical trial initiatives. Supporting the development and implementation of privacy-related business-specific processes and procedures, training, and other controls. Providing legal advice concerning business transactions, including performing legal due diligence, recommending appropriate post-integration action steps, and drafting and negotiating applicable language in M&A related contracts and documents. Collaborating with internal stakeholders to support the analysis, preparation, drafting and/or negotiation of pertinent aspects of privacy-related provisions within vendor and other 3rd party agreements such as Management Services Agreements, Master Services Agreements, SOWs and Business Associate Agreements. Supporting overall USON data governance efforts. Monitoring and evaluating evolving laws, regulations and industry best practices to help maintain compliance and guide the business unit toward opportunity, including reviewing, advising and supporting data rights strategy. Managing outside counsel when necessary. Must be able to travel up to 20%.
 
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Senior Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection
Refer job# TQEF150297
 
Senior Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection The candidate will serve as the lead attorney overseeing all aspects of Data, Evidence and Insights business (DEI) and oncology practice technology offerings, including our market-leading electronic health record tool, iKnowMed. Bring a depth of knowledge and experience with privacy and data security laws and regulations and will have the ability to translate that knowledge to deliver relevant and actionable guidance to the business. Possess excellent legal judgment and the ability to be both pragmatic/business-oriented and strategic. Excel when working independently and collaboratively, have a record of developing strong working relationships with a diverse client base, and the ability to lead at all levels across the organization. Be comfortable in a fast-paced environment and successfully manage many projects simultaneously. Typically requires 7+ years as a practicing attorney with a firm and/or in-house experience. Experience counseling participants in the healthcare industry, and CIPP or similar professional certification. Should have Juris Doctor degree with excellent academic credentials and member of a state bar in good standing. Must have in-depth knowledge of HIPAA and other health care privacy laws with an emphasis on data rights and data strategy. Serving as a legal subject matter expert on a broad range of privacy and data protection laws, including to HIPAA, the FTC Act, TCPA, CAN-SPAM Act, state data protection and security breach laws. Assisting with the privacy focused review of new product launches, updates to existing products and services and clinical trial initiatives. Supporting the development and implementation of privacy-related business-specific processes and procedures, training, and other controls. Providing legal advice concerning business transactions, including performing legal due diligence, recommending appropriate post-integration action steps, and drafting and negotiating applicable language in M&A related contracts and documents. Collaborating with internal stakeholders to support the analysis, preparation, drafting and/or negotiation of pertinent aspects of privacy-related provisions within vendor and other 3rd party agreements such as Management Services Agreements, Master Services Agreements, SOWs and Business Associate Agreements. Supporting overall USON data governance efforts. Monitoring and evaluating evolving laws, regulations and industry best practices to help maintain compliance and guide the business unit toward opportunity, including reviewing, advising and supporting data rights strategy. Managing outside counsel when necessary. Must be able to travel up to 20%.
 
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Senior Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection
Refer job# DUEY150298
 
Senior Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection The candidate will serve as the lead attorney overseeing all aspects of Data, Evidence and Insights business (DEI) and oncology practice technology offerings, including our market-leading electronic health record tool, iKnowMed. Bring a depth of knowledge and experience with privacy and data security laws and regulations and will have the ability to translate that knowledge to deliver relevant and actionable guidance to the business. Possess excellent legal judgment and the ability to be both pragmatic/business-oriented and strategic. Excel when working independently and collaboratively, have a record of developing strong working relationships with a diverse client base, and the ability to lead at all levels across the organization. Be comfortable in a fast-paced environment and successfully manage many projects simultaneously. Typically requires 7+ years as a practicing attorney with a firm and/or in-house experience. Experience counseling participants in the healthcare industry, and CIPP or similar professional certification. Should have Juris Doctor degree with excellent academic credentials and member of a state bar in good standing. Must have in-depth knowledge of HIPAA and other health care privacy laws with an emphasis on data rights and data strategy. Serving as a legal subject matter expert on a broad range of privacy and data protection laws, including to HIPAA, the FTC Act, TCPA, CAN-SPAM Act, state data protection and security breach laws. Assisting with the privacy focused review of new product launches, updates to existing products and services and clinical trial initiatives. Supporting the development and implementation of privacy-related business-specific processes and procedures, training, and other controls. Providing legal advice concerning business transactions, including performing legal due diligence, recommending appropriate post-integration action steps, and drafting and negotiating applicable language in M&A related contracts and documents. Collaborating with internal stakeholders to support the analysis, preparation, drafting and/or negotiation of pertinent aspects of privacy-related provisions within vendor and other 3rd party agreements such as Management Services Agreements, Master Services Agreements, SOWs and Business Associate Agreements. Supporting overall USON data governance efforts. Monitoring and evaluating evolving laws, regulations and industry best practices to help maintain compliance and guide the business unit toward opportunity, including reviewing, advising and supporting data rights strategy. Managing outside counsel when necessary. Must be able to travel up to 20%.
 
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