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Privacy Attorney

Irving TX Privacy Attorney The candidate will be supporting CCPA, GDPR, LGPD, GLBA, Bermuda PIPA and other privacy related activities. Counseling company representatives at multiple locations on privacy compliance. Providing privacy input on high-profile, high-impact business projects and initiatives, including working closely withs Data Protection Officer on cross-company initiatives. Advising on customer, vendor, and employee privacy issues. Managing privacy legal compliance efforts, including drafting and revising data transfer agreements, data protection notices, website privacy policies and related procedures, and reviewing Data Protection Authority filings. Reviewing the implementation of information security tools in terms of privacy legal compliance. Supportings Data Protection Officer in work related to various internal executive groups. Support security and privacy incident response (including evaluating notification requirements). Keep current and maintain subject matter expertise on privacy legal and regulatory developments both in the US and internationally and brief senior business leaders on relevant change. Evaluate the impact of legislative, regulatory, legal developments and industry proposals involving privacy and security across. Develop, manage and participate in internal privacy compliance programs and processes to ensure meets its obligations under those programs. Work side-by-side with the legal and business teams to help internal stakeholders meet company goals. Gain exposure to and advise on highly sophisticated legal and business matters.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate. Licensed attorney in one of the following jurisdictions: Texas, New York, or California. Should have 5 years of experience working in-house at a technology company. Experience working with engineering teams and IT security teams. Experience with incident and data breach response. Experience handling privacy regulatory compliance such as GDPR data privacy impact assessments and data mapping. Exceptional academic and law firm training. CIPP certification preferred.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-03

Privacy Attorney

San Antonio TX Privacy Attorney The candidate will be supporting CCPA, GDPR, LGPD, GLBA, Bermuda PIPA and other privacy related activities. Counseling company representatives at multiple locations on privacy compliance. Providing privacy input on high-profile, high-impact business projects and initiatives, including working closely withs Data Protection Officer on cross-company initiatives. Advising on customer, vendor, and employee privacy issues. Managing privacy legal compliance efforts, including drafting and revising data transfer agreements, data protection notices, website privacy policies and related procedures, and reviewing Data Protection Authority filings. Reviewing the implementation of information security tools in terms of privacy legal compliance. Supportings Data Protection Officer in work related to various internal executive groups. Support security and privacy incident response (including evaluating notification requirements). Keep current and maintain subject matter expertise on privacy legal and regulatory developments both in the US and internationally and brief senior business leaders on relevant change. Evaluate the impact of legislative, regulatory, legal developments and industry proposals involving privacy and security across. Develop, manage and participate in internal privacy compliance programs and processes to ensure meets its obligations under those programs. Work side-by-side with the legal and business teams to help internal stakeholders meet company goals. Gain exposure to and advise on highly sophisticated legal and business matters.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate. Licensed attorney in one of the following jurisdictions: Texas, New York, or California. Should have 5 years of experience working in-house at a technology company. Experience working with engineering teams and IT security teams. Experience with incident and data breach response. Experience handling privacy regulatory compliance such as GDPR data privacy impact assessments and data mapping. Exceptional academic and law firm training. CIPP certification preferred.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-03

Compliance - Sec Counsel (part-time Or Full-time)

McLean VA Compliance - SEC Counsel The candidate will be preparation and filing of all SEC Exchange Act reports (e.g., Forms 10-K, 10-Q and 8-K), Securities Act registration statements (e.g., Forms S-1, S-3 and S-8), and Section 16 reports, as well as other regulatory filings required in the U.S. Federal and state securities law compliance and associated issues, including insider trading and trade approvals, Planning for stockholder meetings. Advising Board of Directors on governance matters. Advising Board of Directors and Executive Management on general regulatory compliance. Developing a global compliance program to proactively identify regulatory issues. Ensuring compliance with foreign securities laws. Developing and managing other compliance activities, including anti-trust, anti-bribery and training staff globally. Developing and enhancing processes and programs to ensure compliance with internal policies, applicable law and regulations. Supervising and coordinating work of external counsel as needed. Working with General Counsel in advising regional and executive management of legal, compliance and risk management issues related to existing and contemplated commercial transactions and initiatives. Monitoring legal, legislative and regulatory trends applicable to the business and coordinating with and training the business as needed. Reporting matters as required to the Companys General Counsel and proactively working with the Legal Team on compliance issues. Assisting with other legal and compliance projects globally. JD degree with current admission to VA, DC or MD state bar; work experience at AMLAW 200 law firm is needed. SEC and compliance experience is required along with knowledge of regulatory and compliance obligations affecting public companies are essential. Legal 0 - 0 Part_time 2020-04-03

Senior Corporate Counsel

Bedminster NJ Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will be reviewing advertising, promotional, training, disease awareness and similar materials for the companys pharmaceutical products, as well as provide counsel and contracting to the business regarding its commercial activities in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. Will be providing legal support to trade, managed markets and the Companys patient hub services on a broad range of market access and other healthcare law issues, such as trade and payor relationships, pricing and patient support programs, and managed markets contracting needs. Represent the legal department within the promotional review committee for the Company brand teams, providing strategic recommendations and guidance on compliance with applicable laws and FDA regulations for appropriate sales and marketing of pharmaceutical products. Represent the legal department within the medical review teams for medical affairs, providing guidance on compliance with applicable laws and FDA regulations for appropriate scientific exchange for approved and investigational products. Demonstrate knowledge of FDA labeling requirements for the promotion of prescription drugs, with the ability to successfully apply this knowledge. Maintain an awareness of enforcement trends in the pharmaceutical industry. Advise the business on commercial activities to ensure compliance with company policies, the PhRMA code, applicable laws and regulations including the False Claims Act, Privacy Laws, and Anti-kickback Laws. Participate in brand team meetings to keep informed of commercial activities and ensure that Company strategies, programs, policies and initiatives comply with laws. Provide strategic advice and counsel on legal, regulatory and compliance issues related to payor relationships, distribution, coverage and reimbursement, product pricing and government pricing, and patient support programs. Draft, negotiate and amend various commercial contracts, including, distribution agreements, manufacturing agreements, NDAs, master service agreements and statements of work, consulting agreements, and data purchase agreements. Provide privacy counseling related to patient support programs. Interact with cross functional departments, outside counsel, regulatory authorities and vendors as needed. Mentor and supervise junior attorneys. Must have JD degree. Licensed to practice law in a US state, and either in good standing in New Jersey or able to obtain a NJ limited license for in-house counsel is essential. Should have 5-10 years of experience in a legal department, pharmaceutical corporation, law firm or related government agency setting. Experience serving on medical and promotional review committees, and proficiency with VEEVA, highly desired/. Experience directly related to the legal market access duties and responsibilities specified. Proficient in Microsoft office (primarily Word, PowerPoint and Excel) is needed. Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2020-04-03

Associate General Counsel, Real Estate

Tysons Corner VA Associate General Counsel, Real Estate Duties: Review, draft and negotiate agreements such as leases, lease amendments, real estate purchase agreements and related agreements. Conduct due diligence for property acquisitions, including review of environmental reports, title matters, surveys, zoning, service agreements, etc. Provide legal and business advice and assistance on real estate and related corporate matters. Respond to questions on legal matters from other internal departments. Understand company operational requirements and translate those requirements into contract form. Manage outside counsel in complex real estate related matters and real estate related litigation.

Requirements: Must be a graduate of an accredited law school and a member in good standing of at least one state Bar. Significant real estate experience in a law firm and/or as an in-house attorney. Ability to work both independently and collaboratively to resolve time sensitive issues and respond to requests. Strong entrepreneurial spirit with ability to develop appropriate processes to manage growth. Ability to work in fast paced, high pressure and rapidly changing environments. Hands on approach and high level of attention to operational execution. High energy level and demonstrated ability to guide multiple objectives and initiatives simultaneously. Excellent communication skills with the proven ability to convey legal advice clearly and effectively. Excellent legal, business and practical judgment with strong problem solving skills. Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively with employees at all levels.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-03

Senior Regulatory And Compliance Counsel

San Francisco CA Senior Regulatory and Compliance Counsel Duties: Serves as a primary point person for Cruises ethics and compliance program, ensuring that Cruise exercises due diligence and sound internal controls to operate with integrity and protect against legal risk. Will develop and document ethics and compliance policies and procedures that meet the federal sentencing guidelines. Will maintain, implement, and manage all training on compliance-related subjects and hot-line processes. Will be responsible for providing legal support to any compliance investigations and audits. Will work closely with the senior management and human resources to evaluate and respond to suspected compliance violations, and for consistent enforcement, disclosure, and remedial action protocols. Will also review and draft legal documents and advise employees on legal and regulatory issues related to vendors, projects, and marketing. Assess compliance training needs in light of current policies, external developments, and specific risk areas. Develop and deliver content to meet these needs. Understand the business environment and use analytical skills and experience to set compliance priorities, and recommend options to minimize compliance risk. Advise on training on monitoring and auditing activities related to the business and help ensure compliance with applicable legal requirements. Conduct periodic compliance risk assessments and assist in developing appropriate mitigation plans. Provide day to day guidance to employees on regulatory compliance matters.

Qualifications: Law degree from highly regarded school; technical undergraduate degree a plus. Member of a State Bar. Experienced attorney with 10+ years doing regulatory and/or compliance work in a top law firm and/or in-house legal department. Strong, demonstrated interest in technology and what Cruise does; ability to relate with engineers and get in the details. Data, privacy and security counseling experience a plus. Knowledge and experience with CFIUS, Export Compliance and Sanctions a plus. Ability to collaborate in a team environment and cross-functionally. Ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects with short deadlines simultaneously. Highly responsive and service oriented with excellent legal and business judgment.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-02

Tax Counsel

Santa Monica CA Tax Counsel Responsibilities: Coordinating IRS exams and significant U.S. state tax audits, including acting as a primary point of contact for auditors, coordinating the internal data collection process to respond to audit requests, drafting and reviewing written responses to taxing authorities, performing technical research, maintaining audit files and consulting with external advisors. Performing technical research on U.S. tax topics to support the tax team, as needed. Topics could include executive compensation, payroll tax, sub-C, sub-K, accounting methods and not-for-profit among others. Preparing memoranda to document technical positions. Supporting the tax accounting team in evaluating uncertain tax positions. Supporting the tax team with special projects, including the evaluation of potential acquisitions.

Requirements: JD Degree required. LLM degree preferred. CPA ccredential a plus. 5+ years of law firm or public accounting experience with a proven track record of high-performance. Self-motivated with a strong work ethic. Effective at managing accelerated deadlines and competing priorities. Detail-oriented with effective organization and execution skills. Strong analytical, written and verbal communication, and interpersonal skills. Comfortable working in a fast-paced, informal work environment.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-02

Associate Claim Counsel, Surety Construction Services

Naperville IL Associate Claim Counsel, Surety Construction Services Duties: Maintain all necessary active adjusters licenses and remain current with all CE credit requirements. Within authority limit, analyze, investigate, negotiate and resolve low to moderate severity claims with active supervision by claims management. Enhance decision making skills and confidence necessary to make appropriate decisions within own claim authority and to make appropriate recommendations to management when necessary. Learn operational policies, procedures, workflow and performance standards in order to comply with all regulatory and Bond customer service standards. Be accountable for accurate documentation/information in claim file and Bond Claim Management System (BCMS). Learn and adhere to Claim documentation standards (e.g. coverage analysis, reserve and settlement rationale, current diary). Prepare reports (e.g. Large Loss Memos, quarterly claim, EC, trial, class action) to management that accurately reflect loss development, potential/actual financial exposure, coverage issues, and claim and recovery strategies. Surety: Proactively optimize pre-loss recovery opportunities through indemnitors and collateral. Identify all recovery opportunities and coordinate recovery efforts with the Recovery Management Unit and claims management. Within authority limit, retain, monitor, manage and approve payments to outside counsel on routine litigation matters, actively utilizing litigation management plans and budgets. Guidance is needed for non-routine litigation. Learn and utilize negotiating skills and strategies within a litigation and non-litigation context. Keep claims management apprised of all claims being handled, seeking input and guidance, as necessary, for prompt resolution. Communicate reserve adjustments to underwriting. Learn and develop product knowledge. Gain an overall understanding of all Bond Business Units and Travelers businesses. Recognize issues with broader implications to Bond and Travelers. Represent Surety in claim strategic initiatives (or lead team); lead Surety Claim strategic initiatives. Share newsletters, webinar information, case analyses, results of defense counsels legal research and/or litigation strategies with underwriting, Claim and Claim management. Maintain an active license in the state of your principal office location and remain current with all CLE credits. Provide legal support to business partners. Review and analyze forms to provide input on legal advice and risk analysis to underwriting. Participate in drafting indemnity agreements and riders. Review transactional documents to provide legal advice and risk analysis to business partners. Review customer contracts to provide input on legal advice and risk analysis of contract language. Provide legal advice on litigation strategies. Research legal issues for business partners and claim team. Participate in drafting indemnity agreements and riders (Surety Claim). Maintain current knowledge of relevant legal issues and trends in the surety market place through review of legal publications.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required. JD Degree required. Properly licensed, registered or authorized, and in good standing, to practice law in the jurisdiction in which will be working. 1-3 years of surety claim handling, construction claim/litigation or other related experience strongly preferred. Maintain an active license in the state of your principal office location and remain current with all CLE credits.
Legal 1 - 3 Full-time 2020-04-02

Associate Claim Counsel, Surety Construction Services

Braintree MA Associate Claim Counsel, Surety Construction Services Duties: Maintain all necessary active adjusters licenses and remain current with all CE credit requirements. Within authority limit, analyze, investigate, negotiate and resolve low to moderate severity claims with active supervision by claims management. Enhance decision making skills and confidence necessary to make appropriate decisions within own claim authority and to make appropriate recommendations to management when necessary. Learn operational policies, procedures, workflow and performance standards in order to comply with all regulatory and Bond customer service standards. Be accountable for accurate documentation/information in claim file and Bond Claim Management System (BCMS). Learn and adhere to Claim documentation standards (e.g. coverage analysis, reserve and settlement rationale, current diary). Prepare reports (e.g. Large Loss Memos, quarterly claim, EC, trial, class action) to management that accurately reflect loss development, potential/actual financial exposure, coverage issues, and claim and recovery strategies. Surety: Proactively optimize pre-loss recovery opportunities through indemnitors and collateral. Identify all recovery opportunities and coordinate recovery efforts with the Recovery Management Unit and claims management. Within authority limit, retain, monitor, manage and approve payments to outside counsel on routine litigation matters, actively utilizing litigation management plans and budgets. Guidance is needed for non-routine litigation. Learn and utilize negotiating skills and strategies within a litigation and non-litigation context. Keep claims management apprised of all claims being handled, seeking input and guidance, as necessary, for prompt resolution. Communicate reserve adjustments to underwriting. Learn and develop product knowledge. Gain an overall understanding of all Bond Business Units and Travelers businesses. Recognize issues with broader implications to Bond and Travelers. Represent Surety in claim strategic initiatives (or lead team); lead Surety Claim strategic initiatives. Share newsletters, webinar information, case analyses, results of defense counsels legal research and/or litigation strategies with underwriting, Claim and Claim management. Maintain an active license in the state of your principal office location and remain current with all CLE credits. Provide legal support to business partners. Review and analyze forms to provide input on legal advice and risk analysis to underwriting. Participate in drafting indemnity agreements and riders. Review transactional documents to provide legal advice and risk analysis to business partners. Review customer contracts to provide input on legal advice and risk analysis of contract language. Provide legal advice on litigation strategies. Research legal issues for business partners and claim team. Participate in drafting indemnity agreements and riders (Surety Claim). Maintain current knowledge of relevant legal issues and trends in the surety market place through review of legal publications.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required. JD Degree required. Properly licensed, registered or authorized, and in good standing, to practice law in the jurisdiction in which will be working. 1-3 years of surety claim handling, construction claim/litigation or other related experience strongly preferred. Maintain an active license in the state of your principal office location and remain current with all CLE credits.
Legal 1 - 3 Full-time 2020-04-02

Associate Claim Counsel, Surety Construction Services

Chicago IL Associate Claim Counsel, Surety Construction Services Duties: Maintain all necessary active adjusters licenses and remain current with all CE credit requirements. Within authority limit, analyze, investigate, negotiate and resolve low to moderate severity claims with active supervision by claims management. Enhance decision making skills and confidence necessary to make appropriate decisions within own claim authority and to make appropriate recommendations to management when necessary. Learn operational policies, procedures, workflow and performance standards in order to comply with all regulatory and Bond customer service standards. Be accountable for accurate documentation/information in claim file and Bond Claim Management System (BCMS). Learn and adhere to Claim documentation standards (e.g. coverage analysis, reserve and settlement rationale, current diary). Prepare reports (e.g. Large Loss Memos, quarterly claim, EC, trial, class action) to management that accurately reflect loss development, potential/actual financial exposure, coverage issues, and claim and recovery strategies. Surety: Proactively optimize pre-loss recovery opportunities through indemnitors and collateral. Identify all recovery opportunities and coordinate recovery efforts with the Recovery Management Unit and claims management. Within authority limit, retain, monitor, manage and approve payments to outside counsel on routine litigation matters, actively utilizing litigation management plans and budgets. Guidance is needed for non-routine litigation. Learn and utilize negotiating skills and strategies within a litigation and non-litigation context. Keep claims management apprised of all claims being handled, seeking input and guidance, as necessary, for prompt resolution. Communicate reserve adjustments to underwriting. Learn and develop product knowledge. Gain an overall understanding of all Bond Business Units and Travelers businesses. Recognize issues with broader implications to Bond and Travelers. Represent Surety in claim strategic initiatives (or lead team); lead Surety Claim strategic initiatives. Share newsletters, webinar information, case analyses, results of defense counsels legal research and/or litigation strategies with underwriting, Claim and Claim management. Maintain an active license in the state of your principal office location and remain current with all CLE credits. Provide legal support to business partners. Review and analyze forms to provide input on legal advice and risk analysis to underwriting. Participate in drafting indemnity agreements and riders. Review transactional documents to provide legal advice and risk analysis to business partners. Review customer contracts to provide input on legal advice and risk analysis of contract language. Provide legal advice on litigation strategies. Research legal issues for business partners and claim team. Participate in drafting indemnity agreements and riders (Surety Claim). Maintain current knowledge of relevant legal issues and trends in the surety market place through review of legal publications.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required. JD Degree required. Properly licensed, registered or authorized, and in good standing, to practice law in the jurisdiction in which will be working. 1-3 years of surety claim handling, construction claim/litigation or other related experience strongly preferred. Maintain an active license in the state of your principal office location and remain current with all CLE credits.
Legal 1 - 3 Full-time 2020-04-02
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Privacy Attorney
Refer job# WMEO149035
 
Privacy Attorney The candidate will be supporting CCPA, GDPR, LGPD, GLBA, Bermuda PIPA and other privacy related activities. Counseling company representatives at multiple locations on privacy compliance. Providing privacy input on high-profile, high-impact business projects and initiatives, including working closely withs Data Protection Officer on cross-company initiatives. Advising on customer, vendor, and employee privacy issues. Managing privacy legal compliance efforts, including drafting and revising data transfer agreements, data protection notices, website privacy policies and related procedures, and reviewing Data Protection Authority filings. Reviewing the implementation of information security tools in terms of privacy legal compliance. Supportings Data Protection Officer in work related to various internal executive groups. Support security and privacy incident response (including evaluating notification requirements). Keep current and maintain subject matter expertise on privacy legal and regulatory developments both in the US and internationally and brief senior business leaders on relevant change. Evaluate the impact of legislative, regulatory, legal developments and industry proposals involving privacy and security across. Develop, manage and participate in internal privacy compliance programs and processes to ensure meets its obligations under those programs. Work side-by-side with the legal and business teams to help internal stakeholders meet company goals. Gain exposure to and advise on highly sophisticated legal and business matters.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate. Licensed attorney in one of the following jurisdictions: Texas, New York, or California. Should have 5 years of experience working in-house at a technology company. Experience working with engineering teams and IT security teams. Experience with incident and data breach response. Experience handling privacy regulatory compliance such as GDPR data privacy impact assessments and data mapping. Exceptional academic and law firm training. CIPP certification preferred.
 
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Privacy Attorney
Refer job# NSOD149036
 
Privacy Attorney The candidate will be supporting CCPA, GDPR, LGPD, GLBA, Bermuda PIPA and other privacy related activities. Counseling company representatives at multiple locations on privacy compliance. Providing privacy input on high-profile, high-impact business projects and initiatives, including working closely withs Data Protection Officer on cross-company initiatives. Advising on customer, vendor, and employee privacy issues. Managing privacy legal compliance efforts, including drafting and revising data transfer agreements, data protection notices, website privacy policies and related procedures, and reviewing Data Protection Authority filings. Reviewing the implementation of information security tools in terms of privacy legal compliance. Supportings Data Protection Officer in work related to various internal executive groups. Support security and privacy incident response (including evaluating notification requirements). Keep current and maintain subject matter expertise on privacy legal and regulatory developments both in the US and internationally and brief senior business leaders on relevant change. Evaluate the impact of legislative, regulatory, legal developments and industry proposals involving privacy and security across. Develop, manage and participate in internal privacy compliance programs and processes to ensure meets its obligations under those programs. Work side-by-side with the legal and business teams to help internal stakeholders meet company goals. Gain exposure to and advise on highly sophisticated legal and business matters.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate. Licensed attorney in one of the following jurisdictions: Texas, New York, or California. Should have 5 years of experience working in-house at a technology company. Experience working with engineering teams and IT security teams. Experience with incident and data breach response. Experience handling privacy regulatory compliance such as GDPR data privacy impact assessments and data mapping. Exceptional academic and law firm training. CIPP certification preferred.
 
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Compliance - Sec Counsel (part-time Or Full-time)
Refer job# WGMP149037
 
Compliance - SEC Counsel The candidate will be preparation and filing of all SEC Exchange Act reports (e.g., Forms 10-K, 10-Q and 8-K), Securities Act registration statements (e.g., Forms S-1, S-3 and S-8), and Section 16 reports, as well as other regulatory filings required in the U.S. Federal and state securities law compliance and associated issues, including insider trading and trade approvals, Planning for stockholder meetings. Advising Board of Directors on governance matters. Advising Board of Directors and Executive Management on general regulatory compliance. Developing a global compliance program to proactively identify regulatory issues. Ensuring compliance with foreign securities laws. Developing and managing other compliance activities, including anti-trust, anti-bribery and training staff globally. Developing and enhancing processes and programs to ensure compliance with internal policies, applicable law and regulations. Supervising and coordinating work of external counsel as needed. Working with General Counsel in advising regional and executive management of legal, compliance and risk management issues related to existing and contemplated commercial transactions and initiatives. Monitoring legal, legislative and regulatory trends applicable to the business and coordinating with and training the business as needed. Reporting matters as required to the Companys General Counsel and proactively working with the Legal Team on compliance issues. Assisting with other legal and compliance projects globally. JD degree with current admission to VA, DC or MD state bar; work experience at AMLAW 200 law firm is needed. SEC and compliance experience is required along with knowledge of regulatory and compliance obligations affecting public companies are essential.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# HGYW149038
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will be reviewing advertising, promotional, training, disease awareness and similar materials for the companys pharmaceutical products, as well as provide counsel and contracting to the business regarding its commercial activities in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. Will be providing legal support to trade, managed markets and the Companys patient hub services on a broad range of market access and other healthcare law issues, such as trade and payor relationships, pricing and patient support programs, and managed markets contracting needs. Represent the legal department within the promotional review committee for the Company brand teams, providing strategic recommendations and guidance on compliance with applicable laws and FDA regulations for appropriate sales and marketing of pharmaceutical products. Represent the legal department within the medical review teams for medical affairs, providing guidance on compliance with applicable laws and FDA regulations for appropriate scientific exchange for approved and investigational products. Demonstrate knowledge of FDA labeling requirements for the promotion of prescription drugs, with the ability to successfully apply this knowledge. Maintain an awareness of enforcement trends in the pharmaceutical industry. Advise the business on commercial activities to ensure compliance with company policies, the PhRMA code, applicable laws and regulations including the False Claims Act, Privacy Laws, and Anti-kickback Laws. Participate in brand team meetings to keep informed of commercial activities and ensure that Company strategies, programs, policies and initiatives comply with laws. Provide strategic advice and counsel on legal, regulatory and compliance issues related to payor relationships, distribution, coverage and reimbursement, product pricing and government pricing, and patient support programs. Draft, negotiate and amend various commercial contracts, including, distribution agreements, manufacturing agreements, NDAs, master service agreements and statements of work, consulting agreements, and data purchase agreements. Provide privacy counseling related to patient support programs. Interact with cross functional departments, outside counsel, regulatory authorities and vendors as needed. Mentor and supervise junior attorneys. Must have JD degree. Licensed to practice law in a US state, and either in good standing in New Jersey or able to obtain a NJ limited license for in-house counsel is essential. Should have 5-10 years of experience in a legal department, pharmaceutical corporation, law firm or related government agency setting. Experience serving on medical and promotional review committees, and proficiency with VEEVA, highly desired/. Experience directly related to the legal market access duties and responsibilities specified. Proficient in Microsoft office (primarily Word, PowerPoint and Excel) is needed.
 
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Associate General Counsel, Real Estate
Refer job# HSCS149039
 
Associate General Counsel, Real Estate Duties: Review, draft and negotiate agreements such as leases, lease amendments, real estate purchase agreements and related agreements. Conduct due diligence for property acquisitions, including review of environmental reports, title matters, surveys, zoning, service agreements, etc. Provide legal and business advice and assistance on real estate and related corporate matters. Respond to questions on legal matters from other internal departments. Understand company operational requirements and translate those requirements into contract form. Manage outside counsel in complex real estate related matters and real estate related litigation.

Requirements: Must be a graduate of an accredited law school and a member in good standing of at least one state Bar. Significant real estate experience in a law firm and/or as an in-house attorney. Ability to work both independently and collaboratively to resolve time sensitive issues and respond to requests. Strong entrepreneurial spirit with ability to develop appropriate processes to manage growth. Ability to work in fast paced, high pressure and rapidly changing environments. Hands on approach and high level of attention to operational execution. High energy level and demonstrated ability to guide multiple objectives and initiatives simultaneously. Excellent communication skills with the proven ability to convey legal advice clearly and effectively. Excellent legal, business and practical judgment with strong problem solving skills. Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively with employees at all levels.
 
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Senior Regulatory And Compliance Counsel
Refer job# YLYN149011
 
Senior Regulatory and Compliance Counsel Duties: Serves as a primary point person for Cruises ethics and compliance program, ensuring that Cruise exercises due diligence and sound internal controls to operate with integrity and protect against legal risk. Will develop and document ethics and compliance policies and procedures that meet the federal sentencing guidelines. Will maintain, implement, and manage all training on compliance-related subjects and hot-line processes. Will be responsible for providing legal support to any compliance investigations and audits. Will work closely with the senior management and human resources to evaluate and respond to suspected compliance violations, and for consistent enforcement, disclosure, and remedial action protocols. Will also review and draft legal documents and advise employees on legal and regulatory issues related to vendors, projects, and marketing. Assess compliance training needs in light of current policies, external developments, and specific risk areas. Develop and deliver content to meet these needs. Understand the business environment and use analytical skills and experience to set compliance priorities, and recommend options to minimize compliance risk. Advise on training on monitoring and auditing activities related to the business and help ensure compliance with applicable legal requirements. Conduct periodic compliance risk assessments and assist in developing appropriate mitigation plans. Provide day to day guidance to employees on regulatory compliance matters.

Qualifications: Law degree from highly regarded school; technical undergraduate degree a plus. Member of a State Bar. Experienced attorney with 10+ years doing regulatory and/or compliance work in a top law firm and/or in-house legal department. Strong, demonstrated interest in technology and what Cruise does; ability to relate with engineers and get in the details. Data, privacy and security counseling experience a plus. Knowledge and experience with CFIUS, Export Compliance and Sanctions a plus. Ability to collaborate in a team environment and cross-functionally. Ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects with short deadlines simultaneously. Highly responsive and service oriented with excellent legal and business judgment.
 
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Tax Counsel
Refer job# UOGO149012
 
Tax Counsel Responsibilities: Coordinating IRS exams and significant U.S. state tax audits, including acting as a primary point of contact for auditors, coordinating the internal data collection process to respond to audit requests, drafting and reviewing written responses to taxing authorities, performing technical research, maintaining audit files and consulting with external advisors. Performing technical research on U.S. tax topics to support the tax team, as needed. Topics could include executive compensation, payroll tax, sub-C, sub-K, accounting methods and not-for-profit among others. Preparing memoranda to document technical positions. Supporting the tax accounting team in evaluating uncertain tax positions. Supporting the tax team with special projects, including the evaluation of potential acquisitions.

Requirements: JD Degree required. LLM degree preferred. CPA ccredential a plus. 5+ years of law firm or public accounting experience with a proven track record of high-performance. Self-motivated with a strong work ethic. Effective at managing accelerated deadlines and competing priorities. Detail-oriented with effective organization and execution skills. Strong analytical, written and verbal communication, and interpersonal skills. Comfortable working in a fast-paced, informal work environment.
 
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Associate Claim Counsel, Surety Construction Services
Refer job# YICT149013
 
Associate Claim Counsel, Surety Construction Services Duties: Maintain all necessary active adjusters licenses and remain current with all CE credit requirements. Within authority limit, analyze, investigate, negotiate and resolve low to moderate severity claims with active supervision by claims management. Enhance decision making skills and confidence necessary to make appropriate decisions within own claim authority and to make appropriate recommendations to management when necessary. Learn operational policies, procedures, workflow and performance standards in order to comply with all regulatory and Bond customer service standards. Be accountable for accurate documentation/information in claim file and Bond Claim Management System (BCMS). Learn and adhere to Claim documentation standards (e.g. coverage analysis, reserve and settlement rationale, current diary). Prepare reports (e.g. Large Loss Memos, quarterly claim, EC, trial, class action) to management that accurately reflect loss development, potential/actual financial exposure, coverage issues, and claim and recovery strategies. Surety: Proactively optimize pre-loss recovery opportunities through indemnitors and collateral. Identify all recovery opportunities and coordinate recovery efforts with the Recovery Management Unit and claims management. Within authority limit, retain, monitor, manage and approve payments to outside counsel on routine litigation matters, actively utilizing litigation management plans and budgets. Guidance is needed for non-routine litigation. Learn and utilize negotiating skills and strategies within a litigation and non-litigation context. Keep claims management apprised of all claims being handled, seeking input and guidance, as necessary, for prompt resolution. Communicate reserve adjustments to underwriting. Learn and develop product knowledge. Gain an overall understanding of all Bond Business Units and Travelers businesses. Recognize issues with broader implications to Bond and Travelers. Represent Surety in claim strategic initiatives (or lead team); lead Surety Claim strategic initiatives. Share newsletters, webinar information, case analyses, results of defense counsels legal research and/or litigation strategies with underwriting, Claim and Claim management. Maintain an active license in the state of your principal office location and remain current with all CLE credits. Provide legal support to business partners. Review and analyze forms to provide input on legal advice and risk analysis to underwriting. Participate in drafting indemnity agreements and riders. Review transactional documents to provide legal advice and risk analysis to business partners. Review customer contracts to provide input on legal advice and risk analysis of contract language. Provide legal advice on litigation strategies. Research legal issues for business partners and claim team. Participate in drafting indemnity agreements and riders (Surety Claim). Maintain current knowledge of relevant legal issues and trends in the surety market place through review of legal publications.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required. JD Degree required. Properly licensed, registered or authorized, and in good standing, to practice law in the jurisdiction in which will be working. 1-3 years of surety claim handling, construction claim/litigation or other related experience strongly preferred. Maintain an active license in the state of your principal office location and remain current with all CLE credits.
 
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Associate Claim Counsel, Surety Construction Services
Refer job# FLCM149014
 
Associate Claim Counsel, Surety Construction Services Duties: Maintain all necessary active adjusters licenses and remain current with all CE credit requirements. Within authority limit, analyze, investigate, negotiate and resolve low to moderate severity claims with active supervision by claims management. Enhance decision making skills and confidence necessary to make appropriate decisions within own claim authority and to make appropriate recommendations to management when necessary. Learn operational policies, procedures, workflow and performance standards in order to comply with all regulatory and Bond customer service standards. Be accountable for accurate documentation/information in claim file and Bond Claim Management System (BCMS). Learn and adhere to Claim documentation standards (e.g. coverage analysis, reserve and settlement rationale, current diary). Prepare reports (e.g. Large Loss Memos, quarterly claim, EC, trial, class action) to management that accurately reflect loss development, potential/actual financial exposure, coverage issues, and claim and recovery strategies. Surety: Proactively optimize pre-loss recovery opportunities through indemnitors and collateral. Identify all recovery opportunities and coordinate recovery efforts with the Recovery Management Unit and claims management. Within authority limit, retain, monitor, manage and approve payments to outside counsel on routine litigation matters, actively utilizing litigation management plans and budgets. Guidance is needed for non-routine litigation. Learn and utilize negotiating skills and strategies within a litigation and non-litigation context. Keep claims management apprised of all claims being handled, seeking input and guidance, as necessary, for prompt resolution. Communicate reserve adjustments to underwriting. Learn and develop product knowledge. Gain an overall understanding of all Bond Business Units and Travelers businesses. Recognize issues with broader implications to Bond and Travelers. Represent Surety in claim strategic initiatives (or lead team); lead Surety Claim strategic initiatives. Share newsletters, webinar information, case analyses, results of defense counsels legal research and/or litigation strategies with underwriting, Claim and Claim management. Maintain an active license in the state of your principal office location and remain current with all CLE credits. Provide legal support to business partners. Review and analyze forms to provide input on legal advice and risk analysis to underwriting. Participate in drafting indemnity agreements and riders. Review transactional documents to provide legal advice and risk analysis to business partners. Review customer contracts to provide input on legal advice and risk analysis of contract language. Provide legal advice on litigation strategies. Research legal issues for business partners and claim team. Participate in drafting indemnity agreements and riders (Surety Claim). Maintain current knowledge of relevant legal issues and trends in the surety market place through review of legal publications.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required. JD Degree required. Properly licensed, registered or authorized, and in good standing, to practice law in the jurisdiction in which will be working. 1-3 years of surety claim handling, construction claim/litigation or other related experience strongly preferred. Maintain an active license in the state of your principal office location and remain current with all CLE credits.
 
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Associate Claim Counsel, Surety Construction Services
Refer job# BFNC149015
 
Associate Claim Counsel, Surety Construction Services Duties: Maintain all necessary active adjusters licenses and remain current with all CE credit requirements. Within authority limit, analyze, investigate, negotiate and resolve low to moderate severity claims with active supervision by claims management. Enhance decision making skills and confidence necessary to make appropriate decisions within own claim authority and to make appropriate recommendations to management when necessary. Learn operational policies, procedures, workflow and performance standards in order to comply with all regulatory and Bond customer service standards. Be accountable for accurate documentation/information in claim file and Bond Claim Management System (BCMS). Learn and adhere to Claim documentation standards (e.g. coverage analysis, reserve and settlement rationale, current diary). Prepare reports (e.g. Large Loss Memos, quarterly claim, EC, trial, class action) to management that accurately reflect loss development, potential/actual financial exposure, coverage issues, and claim and recovery strategies. Surety: Proactively optimize pre-loss recovery opportunities through indemnitors and collateral. Identify all recovery opportunities and coordinate recovery efforts with the Recovery Management Unit and claims management. Within authority limit, retain, monitor, manage and approve payments to outside counsel on routine litigation matters, actively utilizing litigation management plans and budgets. Guidance is needed for non-routine litigation. Learn and utilize negotiating skills and strategies within a litigation and non-litigation context. Keep claims management apprised of all claims being handled, seeking input and guidance, as necessary, for prompt resolution. Communicate reserve adjustments to underwriting. Learn and develop product knowledge. Gain an overall understanding of all Bond Business Units and Travelers businesses. Recognize issues with broader implications to Bond and Travelers. Represent Surety in claim strategic initiatives (or lead team); lead Surety Claim strategic initiatives. Share newsletters, webinar information, case analyses, results of defense counsels legal research and/or litigation strategies with underwriting, Claim and Claim management. Maintain an active license in the state of your principal office location and remain current with all CLE credits. Provide legal support to business partners. Review and analyze forms to provide input on legal advice and risk analysis to underwriting. Participate in drafting indemnity agreements and riders. Review transactional documents to provide legal advice and risk analysis to business partners. Review customer contracts to provide input on legal advice and risk analysis of contract language. Provide legal advice on litigation strategies. Research legal issues for business partners and claim team. Participate in drafting indemnity agreements and riders (Surety Claim). Maintain current knowledge of relevant legal issues and trends in the surety market place through review of legal publications.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required. JD Degree required. Properly licensed, registered or authorized, and in good standing, to practice law in the jurisdiction in which will be working. 1-3 years of surety claim handling, construction claim/litigation or other related experience strongly preferred. Maintain an active license in the state of your principal office location and remain current with all CLE credits.
 
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