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Commercial Transactions, Corporate Counsel

Denver CO Commercial Transactions, Corporate Counsel The candidate will be focused on a wide range of technology related commercial transactions. Will be negotiating commercial contracts with customers, many of which are represented by top law firms. Addressing legal queries from business teams across various aspects of the law, the contract, and the customer relationship, including compliance, intellectual property, privacy, litigation, and employment. Collaborating with fellow attorneys to develop and maintain templates, playbooks, contracting policies, negotiation practices, and escalation procedures. Must have excellent communication and time management skills. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-14

Corporate Counsel

Cambridge MA Corporate Counsel The candidate will be reporting to the Chief Legal Officer, this attorney will be working on financings, contracts, corporate governance, SEC reporting, strategic transactions, and compliance matters. The ideal candidate will also oversee and advise our Contracts Manager on various contracts and work with outside counsel and our Head of IP on more complex, strategic transactions. You will interface with all levels of management and work closely with finance, business development, investor relations, human resources, R&D, manufacturing, tech ops, and clinical teams. Will impact the business and operations through legal advice provided and the direct negotiation of agreements. Key areas of responsibility: Partner with business development, finance, HR, R&D, tech ops, and clinical to negotiate and execute a wide variety of contracts: domestic and international clinical study agreements, vendor agreements, material transfer agreements, non-disclosure agreements, consulting agreements and other contractual matters affecting the daily operations of a biotechnology company; Support compliance with SEC and NASDAQ rules and regulations, Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Regulation FD and company-wide policies, including reporting requirements under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and the Securities Act of 1933; Assist with developing, refining, and maintaining policies and procedures to ensure compliance with SEC and other securities-related regulatory requirements; Assist with corporate governance and compliance with third-party obligations and advising the management team on these issues; Provide day-to-day legal advice to all levels; Work with different functional areas to identify, assess, and address general legal concerns; Provide legal advice and support in a wide array of practice areas and special projects as needed; Draft/review policies and guidelines; Assist in the management of disputes and litigation matters.

The candidate must be practicing Massachusetts J.D. with 4-8 years of experience in a fast-paced environment of a biotech company and/or the life sciences practice of a major law firm. Should have demonstrated expertise with drafting, negotiating, and finalizing different types of agreements. Must have ability to negotiate effectively with internal partners and foster collaboration and compromise. Should have demonstrated experience in corporate law, including experience with SEC and NASDAQ rules and regulations, corporate governance, and corporate finance. Must have developed sense of judgment, risk management skills, and ability to balance legal matters involving multiple stakeholders and various priorities; ability to balance regulatory obligations and reputational risks in an objective, practical way; and demonstrated ability to grasp the "big picture". Should have exceptional written and verbal communication skills; strong negotiation skills with solid business judgment. Should have strong understanding and a high degree of personal ethics, integrity, and accountability.
Legal 4 - 8 Full-time 2020-09-14

Litigation & Regulatory Attorney

Norwell MA Litigation & Regulatory Attorney Responsibilities: Ensures Health and Safety is the number one goal by following policies, processes, and acting in a safe manner at all times; Reviews and advises Company personnel on environmental and commercial issues and disputes, corresponds with outside counsel on such disputes; Reviews and manages Company's environmental liabilities, including Federal and State Superfund liabilities; Reviews notices of violation issued by regulatory authorities, work with Company personnel and/or outside counsel to respond to and defend against the same; Reviews document requests and audit requests by regulatory authorities or other third parties and compiles responses to the same; Manages outside counsel and assists outside counsel in gathering information needed to protect the Company's interests; Conducts legal investigations with respect to pending claims and other matters; Conducts research and prepares legal briefs and memoranda on legal issues; Anticipates and guards against legal risks involving the Company; Performs other duties and tasks as assigned from time to time by management and will be required by the needs of the business.

Qualifications: JD Degree and admitted to a state bar. MA state Bar preferred; 1+ years experience in-house or firm litigation experience preferred; Must have strong verbal and writing skills. Excellent interpersonal, organizational, writing and communication skills; Strong PC skills, knowledge of Word, Excel and Outlook a plus; Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and/or ongoing direction; Willingness to perform moderate travel as and when required; Able to perform multiple tasks, work on short lead times and meet tight deadlines; Proficient in Westlaw; Able to perform general office skills; Always requires speaking and listening, and acuity.
Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-14

Intellectual Property Counsel

Emeryville CA Intellectual Property Counsel Responsibilities: Provide strategic counsel to the business regarding the competitive IP landscape for the company's current product portfolio, as well as future product candidates and technology plans. Identify patentable inventions through frequent interactions with internal and external R&D project teams. Manage outside and in-house counsel in the preparation and prosecution of patent applications before the USPTO and abroad through foreign counsel. Educate and advise colleagues on intellectual property issues and intellectual property documents (e.g., license agreement, research agreement), as well as best practices.

Qualifications: 4 years of intellectual property law experience, including time at a top-tier firm servicing the biotechnology, pharmaceutical or chemical industries. In-house legal experience in a biotechnology, chemical, cosmetic, pharmaceutical or consumer products company is preferred. An advanced degree (PhD or equivalent) in the biological sciences (molecular biology or biochemistry preferred) is required. State bar and USPTO registration is required. JD Degree or equivalent. Active member of at least one U.S. state bar (California preferred). Registered to practice before the USPTO. Strong track record of successfully building complex patent portfolios. Experience managing both in-house and outside counsel in the drafting and prosecution of biotechnology-related patent applications. Comfortable counseling and meeting the needs of multiple internal clients. Strong oral and written communication skills. Demonstrated interpersonal skills and emotional intelligence. Strong organizational skills, with the ability to manage and drive projects cross-functionally across departments. Strong prioritization skills, with the ability to effectively manage multiple tasks and quickly adjust to shifting priorities and/or demanding deadlines when necessary.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-14

Corporate Counsel II

Ada MI Corporate Counsel II Duties: Provides legal advice to internal business clients both domestically and in the regions with a functional specialty of labor and benefits. Provides support for Enterprise, Regional and Affiliate, Human Resource, and employment/benefits/immigration business initiatives. Regularly counsels business teams in the company's center operations and its global affiliates about executive offer letters, employment agreements, employee separation and restructures, internal investigations disciplinary issues, compliance with employment laws, restrictive covenants, protected leaves, reasonable accommodations, wellness programs, policy development, compliance with wage and hour laws, and other labor and employment regulations. May advise on immigration and global mobility issues in and among the United States and foreign countries. Stays current on legislative, administrative and judicial decisions and trends impacting the position's area of expertise. Works with Business clients domestically and/or globally to formulate legal labor, employment, and benefits strategy that provides for Enterprise and affiliate growth by managing legal risk to acceptable business levels while seeking competitive advantage. Manages budgets and outside counsel activities. May develop, review or implement company-wide and/or functionally specific training programs. May supervise activities of paraprofessionals and administrative professionals.

Qualifications: Must have a JD Degree/ Law Degree with 8+ years related experience in Labor law. Demonstrates ability to develop and advocate legal risk and risk mitigation strategies within the framework of business plans and priorities. Developed knowledge of legal environment and trends in area of functional responsibility and ability to apply emerging law to business issues. Effectively collaborates internally and externally with peers, Division management and outside counsel.. Demonstrates business acumen and including key internal and external drivers that affect the business, including political and industry trends. Ability to manage budgets, outside counsel spend, and prioritize multiple concurrent projects and business needs. Effectively coordinate and integrates cross-functional resources to support Enterprise goal while providing guidance and support to navigate within the organization. Ability to identify and manage issues across cultures and affiliate legal environments..
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-14

Associate Counsel, Real Estate

Dallas TX Associate Counsel, Real Estate The candidate under the supervision of the General Counsel, will partner and assist the team with the following: Negotiate, draft and review commercial leases. Advise on water law matters, negotiate water agreements. Review title, survey and due diligence reports including ESAs, PCAs and zoning reports. Negotiate construction contracts including AIA agreements.Assist with real estate entitlement applications. Manage and effectuate closings for asset and equity based transactions. Negotiate, draft and review real estate development agreements and easements agreements. Counsel on other real estate related matters, including eminent domain, boundary disputes, HOA CCRs requirements and compliance, and land use.

The candidate should have J.D. from accredited Law School. Must have 5+ years of real estate law experience (Law firm and/or Corporate Legal 5+ Department). Multi-unit real estate experience preferred. Should have strong project management experience with the proven ability to analyze, prioritize and execute multiple projects and complex tasks under a deadline. Must have ability to analyze legal issues and to provide effective, practical advice on routine legal matters. should have superior communication skills-written and verbal.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-14

Labor And Employment Attorney

Rosemead CA Labor and Employment Attorney The candidate will handle a wide range of labor and employment matters for the company in a lead counsel capacity and will report to a Director and Managing Attorney. Will be part of a small team of attorneys assigned to a particular section of the Law Department but must be able to work independently as well. Must be able to direct and manage outside counsel retained to support the company's legal needs. Will be responsible for advising and representing the Company on complex regulatory, litigation, compliance and enforcement matters, including those arising under federal, California, and/or other state laws and regulations. In this position, will also provide legal support to SCE Organizational Units and to Company Senior Management, while collaborating with other Company personnel on decisions that impact utility operations. As an Attorney, work will help power planet, reduce carbon emissions and create cleaner air for everyone. Represent the Company primarily in state and federal court on employment and benefit matters including discrimination, harassment, retaliation and wrongful termination claims as well as ERISA benefit claims. Practice involves all forms of civil litigation and alternative dispute resolution, including filing and defending actions up to and including trial/arbitration and appeal. Represent the Company in arbitrations arising out of collective bargaining agreements. Represent company interests before state and federal agencies including the Department of Fair Employment and Housing, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the National Labor Relations Board and the Office of Federal Contract Compliance. Advise client organizations in identifying and resolving legal, business and strategic issues relating to employee discipline, equal opportunity including disability matters, labor relations including application of collective bargaining agreements, family and medical leave, wage and hour issues, application of human resources policies, and other employment related matters. Interface with SCE personnel in other departments and external third parties to gather information pertaining to highly complex legal, technical, and/or sensitive issues. Contribute to cross-functional or departmental projects and teams.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate (J.D.) from a nationally recognized law school. Top academic credentials desired. should be current member of the State Bar of California or ability to obtain such qualification. Must have 4 years practicing as an employment litigation and advice attorney. Experience can be at law firm, corporate in-house setting, governmental authority, or a combination. Should preferable have First-chair trial experience. Experience interacting with federal, state, or local agencies is desired. should preferable Strategic thinker with strong analytical ability to provide legal advice within a business context. Must have excellent written and oral communication skills. should have ability to simultaneously manage a variety of assignments, work quickly and effectively under pressure, and prioritize activities and risk. Must have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively as part of a team including ability to promote positive cooperation within the legal team, with other Company personnel, and with outside counsel.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-14

Senior Corporate Counsel Operations

Nashville TN Senior Corporate Counsel Operations The candidate will join a high impact and growing legal team and be expected to provide legal advice on a wide variety of matters related to firm's portfolio of surgical hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, imaging centers and urgent care operations. Reporting to the Assistant General Counsel of firm, responsibilities will include, the review and analysis of all arrangements between USPI facilities and other parties for compliance with Stark, anti-kickback and other fraud and abuse laws, EMTALA, HIPAA, and any other regulatory requirements applicable to such arrangements. Will also be required to give training presentations to personnel from time-to-time on legal issues that pertain to facility operations. Requires research, analytical, organizational, and computer skills. should have J.D. degree from an ABA-accredited institution. 5+ years of experience in health care law, experience in healthcare operations law practice and working knowledge of healthcare regulations is required. This includes experience in health care related drafting and transactional matters. Prior large law firm experience is preferred. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-14

Counsel, Life And Retirement Litigation

Houston TX Counsel, Life and Retirement Litigation The candidate will be managing a litigation docket consisting of claims and general litigation matters, providing legal advice and guidance to business partners, preparing and maintaining accurate and complete reports and schedules for litigation matters, and providing legal support and assistance as needed to track, analyze and report on legislative and regulatory developments, as well as industry trends that may impact business units.

Qualifications: Strong academic background and B.S./B.A. and JD Degree; Current admission to practice law in Texas; 5+ years of experience in commercial litigation with insurance coverage and bad faith experience preferred; Experience in dealing with insurance regulators and regulations a plus; and In-house experience useful. Strong initiative and work ethic; Focused attention to detail and honed analytical skills; Excellent oral and written communication skills; Strong interpersonal skills; Flexibility and a willingness to adapt to changing needs of the organization and/or business clients; Excellent organizational and time management skills, including the ability to manage competing priorities in a fast paced environment; Ability to deliver creative and well-reasoned plans to resolve challenges and to execute on such plans; Ability to thrive in an environment where coordination and teamwork is a priority while also being committed to individual accountability and results; Ability to motivate and supervise paralegal and administrative staff; and, Willingness to be mentored and trained to meet the needs of the organization.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-12

Avp And Counsel - Insurance Operations

Jersey City NJ AVP and Counsel - Insurance Operations Responsibilities: Responsible for counseling and advising the Deputy General Counsel and the executive team on all legal matters affecting the assigned business unit(s). Advise on complex legal matters by utilizing legal expertise and strategic thinking to assess risk and recommend effective, appropriate, and practical solutions. Identify and evaluate business unit legal risks by anticipating problems and recommending solutions to proactively limit the business unit's exposure. Influence business unit decision-making by collaborating with internal partners to develop business unit policies and best practices. Provided advice to underwriters and business unit management regarding contractual arrangements and non-disclosure agreements. Operate as a business partner to successfully achieve the business unit's goals and objectives. Interact positively and professionally with all levels of management, and clients, including senior management, agents, brokers, customers, and outside agencies. Operate as a results-oriented executive with a track record of gaining management credibility and influencing business results. Demonstrate a high degree of independent judgment and must be willing to take and defend firm positions. Regularly conduct training on legal and regulatory issues for all business unit clients. Negotiate and draft a wide variety of business/vendor contracts and other agreements.

Experience: Should have a law degree and be in good standing in the Bar in at least one of the fifty states with a minimum of seven years of experience in commercial insurance at a law firm or as in house counsel. Broad commercial lines knowledge and experience with the following areas and disciplines: Commercial General Liability, Workers Compensation, Automobile Liability, Excess/Umbrella, Contractor / Owner Controlled Insurance Programs, loss sensitive accounts and credit experience. Experience with contract drafting, negotiation, interpretation and termination for program administrator agreements, claims administration agreements, producer agreements, vendor agreements and non-disclosure agreements. Knowledge and experience with credit instruments (e.g., Letters of Credit, Surety Bonds, etc.), trust agreements, captives and reinsurance and litigation, is a plus. Ability to effectively present thoughts to key stakeholders to influence adoption of innovative recommendations. Negotiate skillfully in difficult situations with minimum noise. Manage multiple complex projects and responsibilities concurrently and effectively. Common sense, good judgment, and solution-oriented attitude toward legal issues. Strong work ethic, ability to self-manage and work in a team environment.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-12
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Assistant General Counsel
In-House,The Brattle Group, Inc.
Location : Boston Massachusetts United States

THE POSITION The Brattle Group is seeking to retain an Assistant General Counsel to join its Legal team, and support the firm in our Boston, Chicago or Washington D.C. office.  Reporting to the General Counsel, this position will be primarily resp... + read more

sep 16, 2020


In House Claims Specialist Attorney
In-House,TR Grace, LLC
Location : Hartford Connecticut United States

Leading provider of specialty insurance seeks Senior Claims Specialist with at least 10 years of experience handling construction litigation and environmental defect matters.  Ideal candidate is someone who is currently handling such casualty claims ... + read more

sep 09, 2020


Transactional Real Estate and Finance Attorney / Outsourced In-House Counsel
In-House,Rittenhouse Law
Location : Philadelphia Pennsylvania United States

Job Description Position Description: Rittenhouse Law (?RL?) is a boutique firm focusing on developers, investors, family offices and privately held companies in a wide variety of commercial real estate transactions. The firm has extensive exp... + read more

sep 12, 2020


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Commercial Transactions, Corporate Counsel
Refer job# ZNID151766
 
Commercial Transactions, Corporate Counsel The candidate will be focused on a wide range of technology related commercial transactions. Will be negotiating commercial contracts with customers, many of which are represented by top law firms. Addressing legal queries from business teams across various aspects of the law, the contract, and the customer relationship, including compliance, intellectual property, privacy, litigation, and employment. Collaborating with fellow attorneys to develop and maintain templates, playbooks, contracting policies, negotiation practices, and escalation procedures. Must have excellent communication and time management skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# VVAT151767
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will be reporting to the Chief Legal Officer, this attorney will be working on financings, contracts, corporate governance, SEC reporting, strategic transactions, and compliance matters. The ideal candidate will also oversee and advise our Contracts Manager on various contracts and work with outside counsel and our Head of IP on more complex, strategic transactions. You will interface with all levels of management and work closely with finance, business development, investor relations, human resources, R&D, manufacturing, tech ops, and clinical teams. Will impact the business and operations through legal advice provided and the direct negotiation of agreements. Key areas of responsibility: Partner with business development, finance, HR, R&D, tech ops, and clinical to negotiate and execute a wide variety of contracts: domestic and international clinical study agreements, vendor agreements, material transfer agreements, non-disclosure agreements, consulting agreements and other contractual matters affecting the daily operations of a biotechnology company; Support compliance with SEC and NASDAQ rules and regulations, Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Regulation FD and company-wide policies, including reporting requirements under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and the Securities Act of 1933; Assist with developing, refining, and maintaining policies and procedures to ensure compliance with SEC and other securities-related regulatory requirements; Assist with corporate governance and compliance with third-party obligations and advising the management team on these issues; Provide day-to-day legal advice to all levels; Work with different functional areas to identify, assess, and address general legal concerns; Provide legal advice and support in a wide array of practice areas and special projects as needed; Draft/review policies and guidelines; Assist in the management of disputes and litigation matters.

The candidate must be practicing Massachusetts J.D. with 4-8 years of experience in a fast-paced environment of a biotech company and/or the life sciences practice of a major law firm. Should have demonstrated expertise with drafting, negotiating, and finalizing different types of agreements. Must have ability to negotiate effectively with internal partners and foster collaboration and compromise. Should have demonstrated experience in corporate law, including experience with SEC and NASDAQ rules and regulations, corporate governance, and corporate finance. Must have developed sense of judgment, risk management skills, and ability to balance legal matters involving multiple stakeholders and various priorities; ability to balance regulatory obligations and reputational risks in an objective, practical way; and demonstrated ability to grasp the "big picture". Should have exceptional written and verbal communication skills; strong negotiation skills with solid business judgment. Should have strong understanding and a high degree of personal ethics, integrity, and accountability.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Litigation & Regulatory Attorney
Refer job# RQOH151768
 
Litigation & Regulatory Attorney Responsibilities: Ensures Health and Safety is the number one goal by following policies, processes, and acting in a safe manner at all times; Reviews and advises Company personnel on environmental and commercial issues and disputes, corresponds with outside counsel on such disputes; Reviews and manages Company's environmental liabilities, including Federal and State Superfund liabilities; Reviews notices of violation issued by regulatory authorities, work with Company personnel and/or outside counsel to respond to and defend against the same; Reviews document requests and audit requests by regulatory authorities or other third parties and compiles responses to the same; Manages outside counsel and assists outside counsel in gathering information needed to protect the Company's interests; Conducts legal investigations with respect to pending claims and other matters; Conducts research and prepares legal briefs and memoranda on legal issues; Anticipates and guards against legal risks involving the Company; Performs other duties and tasks as assigned from time to time by management and will be required by the needs of the business.

Qualifications: JD Degree and admitted to a state bar. MA state Bar preferred; 1+ years experience in-house or firm litigation experience preferred; Must have strong verbal and writing skills. Excellent interpersonal, organizational, writing and communication skills; Strong PC skills, knowledge of Word, Excel and Outlook a plus; Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and/or ongoing direction; Willingness to perform moderate travel as and when required; Able to perform multiple tasks, work on short lead times and meet tight deadlines; Proficient in Westlaw; Able to perform general office skills; Always requires speaking and listening, and acuity.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Intellectual Property Counsel
Refer job# IQKB151769
 
Intellectual Property Counsel Responsibilities: Provide strategic counsel to the business regarding the competitive IP landscape for the company's current product portfolio, as well as future product candidates and technology plans. Identify patentable inventions through frequent interactions with internal and external R&D project teams. Manage outside and in-house counsel in the preparation and prosecution of patent applications before the USPTO and abroad through foreign counsel. Educate and advise colleagues on intellectual property issues and intellectual property documents (e.g., license agreement, research agreement), as well as best practices.

Qualifications: 4 years of intellectual property law experience, including time at a top-tier firm servicing the biotechnology, pharmaceutical or chemical industries. In-house legal experience in a biotechnology, chemical, cosmetic, pharmaceutical or consumer products company is preferred. An advanced degree (PhD or equivalent) in the biological sciences (molecular biology or biochemistry preferred) is required. State bar and USPTO registration is required. JD Degree or equivalent. Active member of at least one U.S. state bar (California preferred). Registered to practice before the USPTO. Strong track record of successfully building complex patent portfolios. Experience managing both in-house and outside counsel in the drafting and prosecution of biotechnology-related patent applications. Comfortable counseling and meeting the needs of multiple internal clients. Strong oral and written communication skills. Demonstrated interpersonal skills and emotional intelligence. Strong organizational skills, with the ability to manage and drive projects cross-functionally across departments. Strong prioritization skills, with the ability to effectively manage multiple tasks and quickly adjust to shifting priorities and/or demanding deadlines when necessary.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel II
Refer job# LCTC151770
 
Corporate Counsel II Duties: Provides legal advice to internal business clients both domestically and in the regions with a functional specialty of labor and benefits. Provides support for Enterprise, Regional and Affiliate, Human Resource, and employment/benefits/immigration business initiatives. Regularly counsels business teams in the company's center operations and its global affiliates about executive offer letters, employment agreements, employee separation and restructures, internal investigations disciplinary issues, compliance with employment laws, restrictive covenants, protected leaves, reasonable accommodations, wellness programs, policy development, compliance with wage and hour laws, and other labor and employment regulations. May advise on immigration and global mobility issues in and among the United States and foreign countries. Stays current on legislative, administrative and judicial decisions and trends impacting the position's area of expertise. Works with Business clients domestically and/or globally to formulate legal labor, employment, and benefits strategy that provides for Enterprise and affiliate growth by managing legal risk to acceptable business levels while seeking competitive advantage. Manages budgets and outside counsel activities. May develop, review or implement company-wide and/or functionally specific training programs. May supervise activities of paraprofessionals and administrative professionals.

Qualifications: Must have a JD Degree/ Law Degree with 8+ years related experience in Labor law. Demonstrates ability to develop and advocate legal risk and risk mitigation strategies within the framework of business plans and priorities. Developed knowledge of legal environment and trends in area of functional responsibility and ability to apply emerging law to business issues. Effectively collaborates internally and externally with peers, Division management and outside counsel.. Demonstrates business acumen and including key internal and external drivers that affect the business, including political and industry trends. Ability to manage budgets, outside counsel spend, and prioritize multiple concurrent projects and business needs. Effectively coordinate and integrates cross-functional resources to support Enterprise goal while providing guidance and support to navigate within the organization. Ability to identify and manage issues across cultures and affiliate legal environments..
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate Counsel, Real Estate
Refer job# VVJB151771
 
Associate Counsel, Real Estate The candidate under the supervision of the General Counsel, will partner and assist the team with the following: Negotiate, draft and review commercial leases. Advise on water law matters, negotiate water agreements. Review title, survey and due diligence reports including ESAs, PCAs and zoning reports. Negotiate construction contracts including AIA agreements.Assist with real estate entitlement applications. Manage and effectuate closings for asset and equity based transactions. Negotiate, draft and review real estate development agreements and easements agreements. Counsel on other real estate related matters, including eminent domain, boundary disputes, HOA CCRs requirements and compliance, and land use.

The candidate should have J.D. from accredited Law School. Must have 5+ years of real estate law experience (Law firm and/or Corporate Legal 5+ Department). Multi-unit real estate experience preferred. Should have strong project management experience with the proven ability to analyze, prioritize and execute multiple projects and complex tasks under a deadline. Must have ability to analyze legal issues and to provide effective, practical advice on routine legal matters. should have superior communication skills-written and verbal.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Labor And Employment Attorney
Refer job# XCXO151772
 
Labor and Employment Attorney The candidate will handle a wide range of labor and employment matters for the company in a lead counsel capacity and will report to a Director and Managing Attorney. Will be part of a small team of attorneys assigned to a particular section of the Law Department but must be able to work independently as well. Must be able to direct and manage outside counsel retained to support the company's legal needs. Will be responsible for advising and representing the Company on complex regulatory, litigation, compliance and enforcement matters, including those arising under federal, California, and/or other state laws and regulations. In this position, will also provide legal support to SCE Organizational Units and to Company Senior Management, while collaborating with other Company personnel on decisions that impact utility operations. As an Attorney, work will help power planet, reduce carbon emissions and create cleaner air for everyone. Represent the Company primarily in state and federal court on employment and benefit matters including discrimination, harassment, retaliation and wrongful termination claims as well as ERISA benefit claims. Practice involves all forms of civil litigation and alternative dispute resolution, including filing and defending actions up to and including trial/arbitration and appeal. Represent the Company in arbitrations arising out of collective bargaining agreements. Represent company interests before state and federal agencies including the Department of Fair Employment and Housing, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the National Labor Relations Board and the Office of Federal Contract Compliance. Advise client organizations in identifying and resolving legal, business and strategic issues relating to employee discipline, equal opportunity including disability matters, labor relations including application of collective bargaining agreements, family and medical leave, wage and hour issues, application of human resources policies, and other employment related matters. Interface with SCE personnel in other departments and external third parties to gather information pertaining to highly complex legal, technical, and/or sensitive issues. Contribute to cross-functional or departmental projects and teams.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate (J.D.) from a nationally recognized law school. Top academic credentials desired. should be current member of the State Bar of California or ability to obtain such qualification. Must have 4 years practicing as an employment litigation and advice attorney. Experience can be at law firm, corporate in-house setting, governmental authority, or a combination. Should preferable have First-chair trial experience. Experience interacting with federal, state, or local agencies is desired. should preferable Strategic thinker with strong analytical ability to provide legal advice within a business context. Must have excellent written and oral communication skills. should have ability to simultaneously manage a variety of assignments, work quickly and effectively under pressure, and prioritize activities and risk. Must have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively as part of a team including ability to promote positive cooperation within the legal team, with other Company personnel, and with outside counsel.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel Operations
Refer job# MMFM151773
 
Senior Corporate Counsel Operations The candidate will join a high impact and growing legal team and be expected to provide legal advice on a wide variety of matters related to firm's portfolio of surgical hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, imaging centers and urgent care operations. Reporting to the Assistant General Counsel of firm, responsibilities will include, the review and analysis of all arrangements between USPI facilities and other parties for compliance with Stark, anti-kickback and other fraud and abuse laws, EMTALA, HIPAA, and any other regulatory requirements applicable to such arrangements. Will also be required to give training presentations to personnel from time-to-time on legal issues that pertain to facility operations. Requires research, analytical, organizational, and computer skills. should have J.D. degree from an ABA-accredited institution. 5+ years of experience in health care law, experience in healthcare operations law practice and working knowledge of healthcare regulations is required. This includes experience in health care related drafting and transactional matters. Prior large law firm experience is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Counsel, Life And Retirement Litigation
Refer job# CRQV151734
 
Counsel, Life and Retirement Litigation The candidate will be managing a litigation docket consisting of claims and general litigation matters, providing legal advice and guidance to business partners, preparing and maintaining accurate and complete reports and schedules for litigation matters, and providing legal support and assistance as needed to track, analyze and report on legislative and regulatory developments, as well as industry trends that may impact business units.

Qualifications: Strong academic background and B.S./B.A. and JD Degree; Current admission to practice law in Texas; 5+ years of experience in commercial litigation with insurance coverage and bad faith experience preferred; Experience in dealing with insurance regulators and regulations a plus; and In-house experience useful. Strong initiative and work ethic; Focused attention to detail and honed analytical skills; Excellent oral and written communication skills; Strong interpersonal skills; Flexibility and a willingness to adapt to changing needs of the organization and/or business clients; Excellent organizational and time management skills, including the ability to manage competing priorities in a fast paced environment; Ability to deliver creative and well-reasoned plans to resolve challenges and to execute on such plans; Ability to thrive in an environment where coordination and teamwork is a priority while also being committed to individual accountability and results; Ability to motivate and supervise paralegal and administrative staff; and, Willingness to be mentored and trained to meet the needs of the organization.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Avp And Counsel - Insurance Operations
Refer job# KVIM151735
 
AVP and Counsel - Insurance Operations Responsibilities: Responsible for counseling and advising the Deputy General Counsel and the executive team on all legal matters affecting the assigned business unit(s). Advise on complex legal matters by utilizing legal expertise and strategic thinking to assess risk and recommend effective, appropriate, and practical solutions. Identify and evaluate business unit legal risks by anticipating problems and recommending solutions to proactively limit the business unit's exposure. Influence business unit decision-making by collaborating with internal partners to develop business unit policies and best practices. Provided advice to underwriters and business unit management regarding contractual arrangements and non-disclosure agreements. Operate as a business partner to successfully achieve the business unit's goals and objectives. Interact positively and professionally with all levels of management, and clients, including senior management, agents, brokers, customers, and outside agencies. Operate as a results-oriented executive with a track record of gaining management credibility and influencing business results. Demonstrate a high degree of independent judgment and must be willing to take and defend firm positions. Regularly conduct training on legal and regulatory issues for all business unit clients. Negotiate and draft a wide variety of business/vendor contracts and other agreements.

Experience: Should have a law degree and be in good standing in the Bar in at least one of the fifty states with a minimum of seven years of experience in commercial insurance at a law firm or as in house counsel. Broad commercial lines knowledge and experience with the following areas and disciplines: Commercial General Liability, Workers Compensation, Automobile Liability, Excess/Umbrella, Contractor / Owner Controlled Insurance Programs, loss sensitive accounts and credit experience. Experience with contract drafting, negotiation, interpretation and termination for program administrator agreements, claims administration agreements, producer agreements, vendor agreements and non-disclosure agreements. Knowledge and experience with credit instruments (e.g., Letters of Credit, Surety Bonds, etc.), trust agreements, captives and reinsurance and litigation, is a plus. Ability to effectively present thoughts to key stakeholders to influence adoption of innovative recommendations. Negotiate skillfully in difficult situations with minimum noise. Manage multiple complex projects and responsibilities concurrently and effectively. Common sense, good judgment, and solution-oriented attitude toward legal issues. Strong work ethic, ability to self-manage and work in a team environment.
 
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