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Senior Corporate Counsel

Phoenix AZ Senior Corporate Counsel Duties: Negotiate, draft and review firm contracts including: engagement letters and professional services agreements, master services agreements and statements of work, government contracts, request for proposals, data privacy and security agreements, nondisclosure agreements, business associate agreements, and related contracts. Analyze and properly document conflicts of interest involving the firm and its clients, including consultation with internal stakeholders and drafting conflict waiver agreements. Support operational needs of the firm's practice offices and internal departments (e.g., Human Resources,. Marketing & Sales, Finance, Real Estate, and IT), including development of templates, review and negotiation of contracts, and legal consultation on new initiatives and compliance issues. Address professional liability matters, employment issues, and regulatory matters. Conduct legal research and apply research to facts and effectively communicate analysis to leadership. Identify legal risk issues and generate and implement a plan to mitigate and prevent legal risks. Prepare and deliver training, memoranda, and presentations to employees, management, executives, or other members of the Legal Department on legal matters.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and JD degrees required. Licensed or willingness to become licensed in Washington state. 10+ years of relevant experience required; experience in a professional services environment strongly preferred. Significant corporate transactional experience required; additional litigation experience strongly preferred. Ability to act independently with minimal supervision. Strong project management skills. Ability to develop relationships, build rapport, and effectively interface and communicate with all levels within the firm, including collaborating with senior leaders to accomplish organizational goals. Highly developed writing, editing and drafting skills that apply across all areas of contract focus. Strong negotiating skills, including experience with shaping strategy and focus across the firm. Excellent analytical abilities and attention to detail, and ability to comprehend complicated financial engagements and analyze complex contract terms. Understanding of fundamental accounting principles a plus.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-11-30

Senior Corporate Counsel

Portland OR Senior Corporate Counsel Duties: Negotiate, draft and review firm contracts including: engagement letters and professional services agreements, master services agreements and statements of work, government contracts, request for proposals, data privacy and security agreements, nondisclosure agreements, business associate agreements, and related contracts. Analyze and properly document conflicts of interest involving the firm and its clients, including consultation with internal stakeholders and drafting conflict waiver agreements. Support operational needs of the firm's practice offices and internal departments (e.g., Human Resources,. Marketing & Sales, Finance, Real Estate, and IT), including development of templates, review and negotiation of contracts, and legal consultation on new initiatives and compliance issues. Address professional liability matters, employment issues, and regulatory matters. Conduct legal research and apply research to facts and effectively communicate analysis to leadership. Identify legal risk issues and generate and implement a plan to mitigate and prevent legal risks. Prepare and deliver training, memoranda, and presentations to employees, management, executives, or other members of the Legal Department on legal matters.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and JD degrees required. Licensed or willingness to become licensed in Washington state. 10+ years of relevant experience required; experience in a professional services environment strongly preferred. Significant corporate transactional experience required; additional litigation experience strongly preferred. Ability to act independently with minimal supervision. Strong project management skills. Ability to develop relationships, build rapport, and effectively interface and communicate with all levels within the firm, including collaborating with senior leaders to accomplish organizational goals. Highly developed writing, editing and drafting skills that apply across all areas of contract focus. Strong negotiating skills, including experience with shaping strategy and focus across the firm. Excellent analytical abilities and attention to detail, and ability to comprehend complicated financial engagements and analyze complex contract terms. Understanding of fundamental accounting principles a plus.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-11-30

Senior Corporate Counsel

Seattle WA Senior Corporate Counsel Duties: Negotiate, draft and review firm contracts including: engagement letters and professional services agreements, master services agreements and statements of work, government contracts, request for proposals, data privacy and security agreements, nondisclosure agreements, business associate agreements, and related contracts. Analyze and properly document conflicts of interest involving the firm and its clients, including consultation with internal stakeholders and drafting conflict waiver agreements. Support operational needs of the firm's practice offices and internal departments (e.g., Human Resources,. Marketing & Sales, Finance, Real Estate, and IT), including development of templates, review and negotiation of contracts, and legal consultation on new initiatives and compliance issues. Address professional liability matters, employment issues, and regulatory matters. Conduct legal research and apply research to facts and effectively communicate analysis to leadership. Identify legal risk issues and generate and implement a plan to mitigate and prevent legal risks. Prepare and deliver training, memoranda, and presentations to employees, management, executives, or other members of the Legal Department on legal matters.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and JD degrees required. Licensed or willingness to become licensed in Washington state. 10+ years of relevant experience required; experience in a professional services environment strongly preferred. Significant corporate transactional experience required; additional litigation experience strongly preferred. Ability to act independently with minimal supervision. Strong project management skills. Ability to develop relationships, build rapport, and effectively interface and communicate with all levels within the firm, including collaborating with senior leaders to accomplish organizational goals. Highly developed writing, editing and drafting skills that apply across all areas of contract focus. Strong negotiating skills, including experience with shaping strategy and focus across the firm. Excellent analytical abilities and attention to detail, and ability to comprehend complicated financial engagements and analyze complex contract terms. Understanding of fundamental accounting principles a plus.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-11-30

Executive Director, Lead Franchise Counsel (sleep/neuroscience)

Philadelphia PA Executive Director, Lead Franchise Counsel (Sleep/Neuroscience) Duties: Provides strategic, operational and tactical legal and business insight on the regulatory approval and commercialization of sleep/neuroscience products including the launch of product candidates in North America. Provide legal advice and counsel related to the development of regulatory and business strategies related to the development and commercialization of product candidates and marketed products. Review and advise on strategies, programs, initiatives, contracts, policies and training related to sales, marketing, medical and other non-promotional education and scientific exchange. Review and advise on promotional materials, field training materials, product and disease-related communications and health economics materials; Serve as a subject matter expert in the areas of US healthcare law and all applicable pharmaceutical marketing, anti-kickback, privacy, fraud and abuse, anti-bribery, Sunshine Act and product liability statutes and regulations. Identify training needs within the organization; develop and present training sessions on relevant laws and legal/business issues. Stay abreast of and communicate to the organization all significant pending and actual decisions, legislation and regulatory rulings that may affect the company in the area of commercial healthcare law. Closely coordinate risk assessment, investigation, training and update activities with Compliance personnel.

Qualifications: JD degree or equivalent; 10+ years' combined experience in-house and/or with a national law firm. Experience in working with the pharmaceutical or biotech industry is required. Strong understanding of and experience with laws and regulations, legal and contractual principles and intellectual property matters applicable to commercial activities of pharmaceutical companies within the United States. Demonstrated familiarity with the broader legal issues facing pharmaceutical companies internationally. Excellent communication skills, both oral and written; ability to lead teams; ability to handle heavy workload for multiple clients; team player with strong interpersonal skills. Experience leading a team preferred. Strong interpersonal and oral and written communication skills. Able to innovate, analyze and solve problems with minimal supervisory input, anticipating and identifying legal and other business risks and making recommendations to management, as appropriate. Solid understanding of business goals and legal and regulatory landscape. High degree of personal, professional and corporate ethics, integrity and responsibility. Knowledge of and proficiency with laws and regulations applicable to global pharmaceutical companies, including among other things, the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, US fraud and abuse and false claims laws and PhRMA Code on Interactions with Healthcare Professionals. Consistently shows initiative, and willing and able to take high levels of responsibility for complex initiatives. Shows flexibility and is open to change in a growing, multi-cultural environment. Team player, able to work well with others and communicate with cross-functional colleagues and senior leadership. Capable of strategic thinking and proposing innovative solutions to compliance-related challenges. Ability to build, manage and/or develop a high-performing team. Comfortable in a results-driven, highly accountable environment where you can make a clear impact; strong motivation and ability to champion a comprehensive compliance program that is integrated well with the company's business and culture. A collaborator who communicates in an open, clear, complete, timely and consistent manner.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-11-28

Associate Corporate Counsel - Autonomous Vehicles

San Diego CA Associate Corporate Counsel - Autonomous Vehicles Duties: Ensure the proper, consistent administrative handling of SEC reporting, disclosure and related Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) compliance procedures. Compliance and legal trainings to employees. Assist in drafting and reviewing public disclosures and corporate communications, including earnings releases, press releases and corporate presentations. Secretarial support including drafting documents and minutes for Board meetings, organizing and maintaining company documents and records, respond to requests for information. Assist in export control and trade compliance. Assist in monitoring, maintaining and implementing various corporate governance practices and policies. Assist with M&A and other strategic transactions as needed.

Requirements: Admitted to at least one Bar. 3 years' corporate experience in a global public company setting. Extensive knowledge of federal securities regulations; familiar with SEC reporting procedures and timeline. Highly organized, strong attention to detail and proofreading skills. Ability to maintain confidentiality and handle sensitive matters.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-11-28

Litigation Investment Counsel

Chicago IL Commercial Litigation Counsel The candidate will join a team of engineers, lawyers, and data scientists to make real-time decisions in a fast-paced environment. Will be responsible for legal research and due diligence on investment opportunities. Prepare investment memos. Translate legal knowledge to automation. Must have a J.D. degree from a top 20 law school with 4+ years of experience at a mid-sized firm and 1+ trials chaired. Experience in several litigation areas is required. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-11-28

Litigation Investment Counsel

Dallas TX Commercial Litigation Counsel The candidate will join a team of engineers, lawyers, and data scientists to make real-time decisions in a fast-paced environment. Will be responsible for legal research and due diligence on investment opportunities. Prepare investment memos. Translate legal knowledge to automation. Must have a J.D. degree from a top 20 law school with 4+ years of experience at a mid-sized firm and 1+ trials chaired. Experience in several litigation areas is required. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-11-28

Litigation Investment Counsel

New York City NY Commercial Litigation Counsel The candidate will join a team of engineers, lawyers, and data scientists to make real-time decisions in a fast-paced environment. Will be responsible for legal research and due diligence on investment opportunities. Prepare investment memos. Translate legal knowledge to automation. Must have a J.D. degree from a top 20 law school with 4+ years of experience at a mid-sized firm and 1+ trials chaired. Experience in several litigation areas is required. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-11-28

Part-time Criminal Attorney

Charleston WV Part-time Criminal Attorney The candidate must have good standing with State Bar. Should have no prior disciplinary history. Must have and/or maintain strong customer reviews. Active member of the West Virginia State Bar preferred. Legal 0 - 0 Part_time 2020-11-28

Criminal Attorney

Charleston WV Criminal Attorney The candidate must have good standing with State Bar. Should have no prior disciplinary history. Must have and/or maintain strong customer reviews. Active member of the West Virginia State Bar preferred. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2020-11-28
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Job Summary: Render legal advice and support in connection with the complete life cycle of the adoption of new regulatory initiatives, and serve as subject matter resource in one or more areas of legal expertise, primarily in equity and fixed inco... + read more

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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# LBBI153634
 
Senior Corporate Counsel Duties: Negotiate, draft and review firm contracts including: engagement letters and professional services agreements, master services agreements and statements of work, government contracts, request for proposals, data privacy and security agreements, nondisclosure agreements, business associate agreements, and related contracts. Analyze and properly document conflicts of interest involving the firm and its clients, including consultation with internal stakeholders and drafting conflict waiver agreements. Support operational needs of the firm's practice offices and internal departments (e.g., Human Resources,. Marketing & Sales, Finance, Real Estate, and IT), including development of templates, review and negotiation of contracts, and legal consultation on new initiatives and compliance issues. Address professional liability matters, employment issues, and regulatory matters. Conduct legal research and apply research to facts and effectively communicate analysis to leadership. Identify legal risk issues and generate and implement a plan to mitigate and prevent legal risks. Prepare and deliver training, memoranda, and presentations to employees, management, executives, or other members of the Legal Department on legal matters.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and JD degrees required. Licensed or willingness to become licensed in Washington state. 10+ years of relevant experience required; experience in a professional services environment strongly preferred. Significant corporate transactional experience required; additional litigation experience strongly preferred. Ability to act independently with minimal supervision. Strong project management skills. Ability to develop relationships, build rapport, and effectively interface and communicate with all levels within the firm, including collaborating with senior leaders to accomplish organizational goals. Highly developed writing, editing and drafting skills that apply across all areas of contract focus. Strong negotiating skills, including experience with shaping strategy and focus across the firm. Excellent analytical abilities and attention to detail, and ability to comprehend complicated financial engagements and analyze complex contract terms. Understanding of fundamental accounting principles a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# JLRD153635
 
Senior Corporate Counsel Duties: Negotiate, draft and review firm contracts including: engagement letters and professional services agreements, master services agreements and statements of work, government contracts, request for proposals, data privacy and security agreements, nondisclosure agreements, business associate agreements, and related contracts. Analyze and properly document conflicts of interest involving the firm and its clients, including consultation with internal stakeholders and drafting conflict waiver agreements. Support operational needs of the firm's practice offices and internal departments (e.g., Human Resources,. Marketing & Sales, Finance, Real Estate, and IT), including development of templates, review and negotiation of contracts, and legal consultation on new initiatives and compliance issues. Address professional liability matters, employment issues, and regulatory matters. Conduct legal research and apply research to facts and effectively communicate analysis to leadership. Identify legal risk issues and generate and implement a plan to mitigate and prevent legal risks. Prepare and deliver training, memoranda, and presentations to employees, management, executives, or other members of the Legal Department on legal matters.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and JD degrees required. Licensed or willingness to become licensed in Washington state. 10+ years of relevant experience required; experience in a professional services environment strongly preferred. Significant corporate transactional experience required; additional litigation experience strongly preferred. Ability to act independently with minimal supervision. Strong project management skills. Ability to develop relationships, build rapport, and effectively interface and communicate with all levels within the firm, including collaborating with senior leaders to accomplish organizational goals. Highly developed writing, editing and drafting skills that apply across all areas of contract focus. Strong negotiating skills, including experience with shaping strategy and focus across the firm. Excellent analytical abilities and attention to detail, and ability to comprehend complicated financial engagements and analyze complex contract terms. Understanding of fundamental accounting principles a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# MOWT153636
 
Senior Corporate Counsel Duties: Negotiate, draft and review firm contracts including: engagement letters and professional services agreements, master services agreements and statements of work, government contracts, request for proposals, data privacy and security agreements, nondisclosure agreements, business associate agreements, and related contracts. Analyze and properly document conflicts of interest involving the firm and its clients, including consultation with internal stakeholders and drafting conflict waiver agreements. Support operational needs of the firm's practice offices and internal departments (e.g., Human Resources,. Marketing & Sales, Finance, Real Estate, and IT), including development of templates, review and negotiation of contracts, and legal consultation on new initiatives and compliance issues. Address professional liability matters, employment issues, and regulatory matters. Conduct legal research and apply research to facts and effectively communicate analysis to leadership. Identify legal risk issues and generate and implement a plan to mitigate and prevent legal risks. Prepare and deliver training, memoranda, and presentations to employees, management, executives, or other members of the Legal Department on legal matters.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and JD degrees required. Licensed or willingness to become licensed in Washington state. 10+ years of relevant experience required; experience in a professional services environment strongly preferred. Significant corporate transactional experience required; additional litigation experience strongly preferred. Ability to act independently with minimal supervision. Strong project management skills. Ability to develop relationships, build rapport, and effectively interface and communicate with all levels within the firm, including collaborating with senior leaders to accomplish organizational goals. Highly developed writing, editing and drafting skills that apply across all areas of contract focus. Strong negotiating skills, including experience with shaping strategy and focus across the firm. Excellent analytical abilities and attention to detail, and ability to comprehend complicated financial engagements and analyze complex contract terms. Understanding of fundamental accounting principles a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Executive Director, Lead Franchise Counsel (sleep/neuroscience)
Refer job# DNCN153581
 
Executive Director, Lead Franchise Counsel (Sleep/Neuroscience) Duties: Provides strategic, operational and tactical legal and business insight on the regulatory approval and commercialization of sleep/neuroscience products including the launch of product candidates in North America. Provide legal advice and counsel related to the development of regulatory and business strategies related to the development and commercialization of product candidates and marketed products. Review and advise on strategies, programs, initiatives, contracts, policies and training related to sales, marketing, medical and other non-promotional education and scientific exchange. Review and advise on promotional materials, field training materials, product and disease-related communications and health economics materials; Serve as a subject matter expert in the areas of US healthcare law and all applicable pharmaceutical marketing, anti-kickback, privacy, fraud and abuse, anti-bribery, Sunshine Act and product liability statutes and regulations. Identify training needs within the organization; develop and present training sessions on relevant laws and legal/business issues. Stay abreast of and communicate to the organization all significant pending and actual decisions, legislation and regulatory rulings that may affect the company in the area of commercial healthcare law. Closely coordinate risk assessment, investigation, training and update activities with Compliance personnel.

Qualifications: JD degree or equivalent; 10+ years' combined experience in-house and/or with a national law firm. Experience in working with the pharmaceutical or biotech industry is required. Strong understanding of and experience with laws and regulations, legal and contractual principles and intellectual property matters applicable to commercial activities of pharmaceutical companies within the United States. Demonstrated familiarity with the broader legal issues facing pharmaceutical companies internationally. Excellent communication skills, both oral and written; ability to lead teams; ability to handle heavy workload for multiple clients; team player with strong interpersonal skills. Experience leading a team preferred. Strong interpersonal and oral and written communication skills. Able to innovate, analyze and solve problems with minimal supervisory input, anticipating and identifying legal and other business risks and making recommendations to management, as appropriate. Solid understanding of business goals and legal and regulatory landscape. High degree of personal, professional and corporate ethics, integrity and responsibility. Knowledge of and proficiency with laws and regulations applicable to global pharmaceutical companies, including among other things, the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, US fraud and abuse and false claims laws and PhRMA Code on Interactions with Healthcare Professionals. Consistently shows initiative, and willing and able to take high levels of responsibility for complex initiatives. Shows flexibility and is open to change in a growing, multi-cultural environment. Team player, able to work well with others and communicate with cross-functional colleagues and senior leadership. Capable of strategic thinking and proposing innovative solutions to compliance-related challenges. Ability to build, manage and/or develop a high-performing team. Comfortable in a results-driven, highly accountable environment where you can make a clear impact; strong motivation and ability to champion a comprehensive compliance program that is integrated well with the company's business and culture. A collaborator who communicates in an open, clear, complete, timely and consistent manner.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate Corporate Counsel - Autonomous Vehicles
Refer job# OGKR153582
 
Associate Corporate Counsel - Autonomous Vehicles Duties: Ensure the proper, consistent administrative handling of SEC reporting, disclosure and related Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) compliance procedures. Compliance and legal trainings to employees. Assist in drafting and reviewing public disclosures and corporate communications, including earnings releases, press releases and corporate presentations. Secretarial support including drafting documents and minutes for Board meetings, organizing and maintaining company documents and records, respond to requests for information. Assist in export control and trade compliance. Assist in monitoring, maintaining and implementing various corporate governance practices and policies. Assist with M&A and other strategic transactions as needed.

Requirements: Admitted to at least one Bar. 3 years' corporate experience in a global public company setting. Extensive knowledge of federal securities regulations; familiar with SEC reporting procedures and timeline. Highly organized, strong attention to detail and proofreading skills. Ability to maintain confidentiality and handle sensitive matters.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Litigation Investment Counsel
Refer job# PPVE153583
 
Commercial Litigation Counsel The candidate will join a team of engineers, lawyers, and data scientists to make real-time decisions in a fast-paced environment. Will be responsible for legal research and due diligence on investment opportunities. Prepare investment memos. Translate legal knowledge to automation. Must have a J.D. degree from a top 20 law school with 4+ years of experience at a mid-sized firm and 1+ trials chaired. Experience in several litigation areas is required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Litigation Investment Counsel
Refer job# OUSN153584
 
Commercial Litigation Counsel The candidate will join a team of engineers, lawyers, and data scientists to make real-time decisions in a fast-paced environment. Will be responsible for legal research and due diligence on investment opportunities. Prepare investment memos. Translate legal knowledge to automation. Must have a J.D. degree from a top 20 law school with 4+ years of experience at a mid-sized firm and 1+ trials chaired. Experience in several litigation areas is required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Litigation Investment Counsel
Refer job# MMLX153585
 
Commercial Litigation Counsel The candidate will join a team of engineers, lawyers, and data scientists to make real-time decisions in a fast-paced environment. Will be responsible for legal research and due diligence on investment opportunities. Prepare investment memos. Translate legal knowledge to automation. Must have a J.D. degree from a top 20 law school with 4+ years of experience at a mid-sized firm and 1+ trials chaired. Experience in several litigation areas is required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Part-time Criminal Attorney
Refer job# VGMR153586
 
Part-time Criminal Attorney The candidate must have good standing with State Bar. Should have no prior disciplinary history. Must have and/or maintain strong customer reviews. Active member of the West Virginia State Bar preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Criminal Attorney
Refer job# XAHQ153587
 
Criminal Attorney The candidate must have good standing with State Bar. Should have no prior disciplinary history. Must have and/or maintain strong customer reviews. Active member of the West Virginia State Bar preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 

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