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Privacy/regulatory Counsel (in House)

Roseville MN Privacy/Regulatory Counsel (In house) The candidate will build strong relationship with internal and external customer, utilizing your legal expertise to provide practical advice while achieving business results. - Legal, Vice President Subject matter expert for global data privacy, including knowledge and experience working and advising on the General Data Protection Regulation ( GDPR ), the California Consumer Privacy Act ( CCPA ), and related laws and regulations. Responsibility for regulatory compliance related to the development and offering of technology products and services in the highly regulated areas of consumer credit and insurance, including advising on fair lending and anti-discrimination, marketing and advertising, and consumer protection, with a focus on the Fair Credit Reporting Act ( FCRA ), the Equal Credit Opportunity Act ( ECOA ), the Telephone Consumer Protection Act ( TCPA ), and related laws and regulations. Responsibility for various other compliance matters, including export control, global sanctions screening and compliance, anti-bribery and corruption, and third party management. Responsibility for maintaining the companys policies related to all areas of regulatory compliance. Should have Juris Doctor degree. Licensed to practice law and in good standing in Minnesota or California. Experience practicing law, preferably with a large law firm and/or large internal corporate legal department,. 5+ years of experience with global data privacy laws and regulations. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-08

Vice President, Corporate General & Deputy Global General Counsel

Center Valley PA Vice President, Corporate General & Deputy Global General Counsel Duties: Provide counsel on a broad range of topics and lead the Company in matters involving complex legal issues. Identify the need for, and participate in the definition and development of policies, procedures and programs which address areas of risk and ensure compliance with the law. Ensure the delivery of quality, timely and cost-efficient legal services. Develop and implement protocols, infrastructure and systems to manage legal matters as appropriate for a U.S.-based corporation, which operates internationally. Engage and oversee the work of outside counsel. Provide legal advice in areas of significant organization-wide impact, including the formulation of strategic plans. Serve as principal legal advisor for the OCA Board of Directors and senior management, providing legal advice on a broad range of topics, including real estate, corporate/commercial, mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, banking, tax, insurance, financial services, employment, immigration, information technology, trade compliance, litigation, regulatory, compliance, ethics, and corporate governance. Remain current with developments in the law; understand medical, scientific, and consumer products, including issues and defenses involved with cases or matters. Identify risks, educate senior management on risks and mitigate risks through implementation of appropriate measures such as the careful review, negotiation, drafting and administration of agreements and other legal documents. Serve as Secretary to the OCA Board of Directors with responsibility for planning the agenda for Board meetings, ensuring that proper corporate governance is followed at Board Meetings, preparing minutes of Board Meetings, maintaining corporate books and records for OCA and certain subsidiaries, and overseeing corporate governance issues. Provide direct support to the committees of the Board of Directors as assigned. Perform all other duties as assigned.

Requirements: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Active license to practice law; eligible for a Pennsylvania Limited In-house License. 15+ years of practice in a law firm or in-house law department. Fluent in English and Japanese language, and knowledgeable of Japanese culture. Excellent written and verbal communication and maintaining a positive professional image required. Demonstrated leadership skills and success in managing a team of lawyers and paraprofessional staff. Willingness to undertake approximately 20% of international and domestic travel. PREFERRED: International experience preferred. Experience partnering with senior management to understand their needs and to develop strategy for meeting needs. Experience with health care compliance and risk assessment. Proficient use of Microsoft Office and Lotus Notes. Exceptionally organized and prepared to work under pressure gracefully in a fast-paced, expanding and dynamic corporate environment. Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
Legal 15 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-08

Counsel, Government Contracts

Beachwood OH Counsel, Government Contracts The candidate will be responsible to engage with the Global Contracts Chief Counsel and the Global Government Contracts Compliance Director on priority contracts and compliance issues. Serve as the lead government contracts attorney for an innovative and dynamic company. Work on a wide range of complex issues at the prime and subcontract level, provide risk assessments and assist with a variety of government contract and legal department initiatives. Support U.S. Government and international government contract issues across civil, defense and intelligence market segments. Advise on matters arising under U.S. federal procurement laws and regulations, including the FAR, DFARS, Procurement Integrity Act, Competition in Contracting Act (CICA), DCAA cost accounting and pricing principles, International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). Provide advice and counsel to senior management of the business and, when required, to suppliers, team members, and customers as it relates to government contracts law. Assist with compliance and training matters on government contracts and specific regulatory procedures. Engage with the business clients to draft, review and negotiate contracts in compliance with government contracts law. Evaluate and advise on mergers and acquisitions as it relates to government contracts, joint ventures, partnerships, teaming agreements and novations. Assist in the negotiation and administration of intellectual property rights and/or patents granted to other companies as it relates to FAR/DFARS. Manage and resolve contract disputes, bid protests and interventions; assist with or lead the management of contract litigation as needed (bid protests, equitable adjustments, cost and pricing, and breach of contract). Manage and advise senior leadership on issues related to cost accounting and pricing, audits, investigations and claims. Collaborate and/or manage outside legal counsel on various legal matters.

The candidate must have 10 years legal experience in Government Contracts. Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school is necessary. Licensed Attorney in a minimum of one jurisdiction in the United States is critical. 10 years of experience in negotiating and reviewing government contracts, resolving complex disputes and advising executive leadership is preferred. 5 years of in-house experience in the aerospace and defense industry is beneficial. 5 years of experience with Defense Counterintelligence and Security matters (e.g.s. work with U.S. DSCA of the Department of Defense/National Industrial Security Program, Facility Security Officer/FSO and FOCI related) along with other Foreign Investment matters (e.g. CFIUS) is an asset.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-08

Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions

Philadelphia PA Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions The candidate will draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of healthcare product-related commercial agreements to meet business and legal requirements, including sales, licensing, clinical decision support/technology product development, and business associate agreements, which not infrequently involves innovating the nature and terms of contracting within the healthcare environment. Will work together with relevant stakeholders within and outside the company to ensure regulatory compliance including with respect to HIPAA, data privacy/security, medical devices, and clinical trial support. Develop creative and compliant solutions to resolve business challenges and complex customer needs. Educate and guide business partners with regard to key commercial and regulatory considerations. Provide ongoing counseling and efficient implementation regarding corporate policies, initiatives and/or programs. Cooperate across cross-functional corporate business units and departments to timely achieve optimal results while minimizing risk. Should have 5-10 years of legal experience, with significant experience in healthcare commercial transactions, technology, and regulations. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2019-12-08

Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions

Cambridge MA Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions Duties: Draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of healthcare product-related commercial agreements to meet business and legal requirements, including sales, licensing, clinical decision support/technology product development, and business associate agreements, which not infrequently involves innovating the nature and terms of contracting within the healthcare environment. Work together with relevant stakeholders within and outside the company to ensure regulatory compliance including with respect to HIPAA, data privacy/security, medical devices, and clinical trial support. Develop creative and compliant solutions to resolve business challenges and complex customer needs. Educate and guide business partners with regard to key commercial and regulatory considerations. Provide ongoing counseling and efficient implementation regarding corporate policies, initiatives and/or programs. Cooperate across cross-functional corporate business units and departments to timely achieve optimal results while minimizing risk.

Requirements: 5-10 years legal experience, with significant experience in healthcare commercial transactions, technology, and regulations. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to calmly and independently prioritize and execute tasks and demonstrate flexibility in a fast-paced environment.
Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2019-12-08

Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions

Alpharetta GA Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions Duties: Draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of healthcare product-related commercial agreements to meet business and legal requirements, including sales, licensing, clinical decision support/technology product development, and business associate agreements, which not infrequently involves innovating the nature and terms of contracting within the healthcare environment. Work together with relevant stakeholders within and outside the company to ensure regulatory compliance including with respect to HIPAA, data privacy/security, medical devices, and clinical trial support. Develop creative and compliant solutions to resolve business challenges and complex customer needs. Educate and guide business partners with regard to key commercial and regulatory considerations. Provide ongoing counseling and efficient implementation regarding corporate policies, initiatives and/or programs. Cooperate across cross-functional corporate business units and departments to timely achieve optimal results while minimizing risk.

Requirements: 5-10 years legal experience, with significant experience in healthcare commercial transactions, technology, and regulations. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to calmly and independently prioritize and execute tasks and demonstrate flexibility in a fast-paced environment.
Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2019-12-08

Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions

Washington DC Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions Duties: Draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of healthcare product-related commercial agreements to meet business and legal requirements, including sales, licensing, clinical decision support/technology product development, and business associate agreements, which not infrequently involves innovating the nature and terms of contracting within the healthcare environment. Work together with relevant stakeholders within and outside the company to ensure regulatory compliance including with respect to HIPAA, data privacy/security, medical devices, and clinical trial support. Develop creative and compliant solutions to resolve business challenges and complex customer needs. Educate and guide business partners with regard to key commercial and regulatory considerations. Provide ongoing counseling and efficient implementation regarding corporate policies, initiatives and/or programs. Cooperate across cross-functional corporate business units and departments to timely achieve optimal results while minimizing risk.

Requirements: 5-10 years legal experience, with significant experience in healthcare commercial transactions, technology, and regulations. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to calmly and independently prioritize and execute tasks and demonstrate flexibility in a fast-paced environment.
Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2019-12-08

Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions

New York City NY Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions The candidate will draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of healthcare product-related commercial agreements to meet business and legal requirements, including sales, licensing, clinical decision support/technology product development, and business associate agreements, which not infrequently involves innovating the nature and terms of contracting within the healthcare environment. Will work together with relevant stakeholders within and outside the company to ensure regulatory compliance including with respect to HIPAA, data privacy/security, medical devices, and clinical trial support. Develop creative and compliant solutions to resolve business challenges and complex customer needs. Educate and guide business partners with regard to key commercial and regulatory considerations. Provide ongoing counseling and efficient implementation regarding corporate policies, initiatives and/or programs. Cooperate across cross-functional corporate business units and departments to timely achieve optimal results while minimizing risk. Should have 5-10 years of legal experience, with significant experience in healthcare commercial transactions, technology, and regulations. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2019-12-08

Attorney - Multifamily Capital Markets

Bethesda MD Attorney - Multifamily Capital Markets The candidate will provide legal guidance related to the production, underwriting, closing, servicing, asset management and special servicing operations for matters (i.e. the purchase of multifamily loans, including negotiation of contracts/commitments for the purchase of loans and the terms of loans documents, securitization of mortgages, loan workouts, etc.). Collaborate with legal teams (i.e. Cantor, NKF, etc.) to ensure consistency of legal advice and negotiating positions. Partner with the business units in managing all licensing, compliance, insurance renewals, and regulatory filings for the Company. Prepare/negotiate contracts and agreements (e.g. broker and correspondent agreements, originator contracts, master and subservicing agreements, partnering agreements, etc.). Serve as the corporate secretary and ensure corporate governance responsibilities are carried out including, but not limited to maintenance of company records, signature authorities, legal entity filings, etc. Manage outside counsel, including in transactional, corporate, and litigation matters. May perform other duties as assigned.

The candidate must have 7+ years of legal experience. Should have Juris Doctor (JD) degree; membership in good standing in a state Bar. Must have experience in commercial real estate finance with a law firm or corporate law department, including primary responsibility for negotiating and closing transactions (both individual loans and pools of loans). Should have familiarity with common commercial real estate lender-borrower issues and ability to quickly negotiate resolution of the same. Must have knowledge of the customary legal relationships, legal issues, and closing practices required with purchases of multifamily mortgages by investors and securitization of commercial real estate mortgages. Must have familiarity with master servicing and special servicing issues. Should have experience with structured finance transactions. Must have ability to view the closing of transactions as a process as well as a series of discrete deals and to identify ways to improve that process. Should have ability to create and maintain strong collaborative relationships with clients. Must have ability to develop and maintain cooperative internal and external relationships. Should have ability to work comfortably and routinely as part of a team and to collaborate across organizational boundaries. Must have ability to organize and prioritize multiple pending matters. Should have experience with Microsoft Word, Outlook and Excel.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-07

Corporate Counsel - Employment

Everett MA Corporate Counsel - Employment RESPONSIBILITIES: Ensures all core values and property and department standards are implemented and applied. Manages short-and long-term departmental goals, objectives, policies, and operating procedures; monitors and evaluates operational effectiveness; effects changes required for improvement. Identifies key drivers of success. Manages the departmental performance, and the accuracy, confidentiality, and thoroughness of departmental policies and procedures; records and reports. Monitors all activities of the department to ensure that all applicable internal policies, federal and state laws, rules, regulations and controls property wide are enforced. Ensures department delivers and maintains a maximum level of property-wide service and satisfaction. Facilitates communication throughout the property by organizing and presiding over regularly scheduled meetings with team members within the department and with other departments as appropriate to ensure property wide communication. Responsible for hiring, performance management, and employee engagement within the department. Provides training opportunities, constructive and positive feedback to team members within area of responsibility. Creates a motivating environment. Keeps informed of all new developments within the department and makes recommendations designed to maximize department and company success. Effectively manages internal and external guest relations, which will require levels of patience, tact and diplomacy. Responsible for addressing guest and team member issues as appropriate. Manages multiple priorities simultaneously and meets deadlines, often in stressful and high-pressure situations. Advising management and Human Resources on day-to-day employee relations matters including recruiting, hiring, employee discipline, performance management, benefits, terminations, and restructurings. Monitoring labor, employment, and benefits law developments and recommending changes to company policies, while assisting with the creation of additional policies that may be needed. Managing any and all employment-related litigation and administrative matters (e.g. OSHA, DOL, EEOC) and related investigations. Assisting the General Counsel with reporting of labor and employment matters to senior management and its Board of Directors. Managing labor relations matters and coordinating with Human Resources and outside counsel, including advising on collective bargaining agreement negotiations and grievances. Conducting internal investigations related to personnel matters. Providing counsel and guidance to Human Resources personnel conducting investigations. Managing the selection and ongoing coordination with outside counsel on any or all of the above matters. Identifying opportunities for efficiencies and coordinating with outside counsel, vendors and colleagues on process improvements. Providing training to management and Human Resources on employment law topics and other employment law compliance activities. Promote positive, fair, and ethical relations with all team member, with all contractors, and in all interactions within the Host and Surrounding communities as an ambassador of the brand.

Requirements: JD Degree. Will be required to obtain and maintain registration or a license issued by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission. 8+ years of work experience primarily related to labor and employment issues and 3-5 years of in-house counsel experience preferred. Demonstrated ability to work efficiently, prioritize work, meet deadlines, and manage multi-faceted projects in a fast-paced environment, with evolving demands and priorities. Self-starter that is able to work independently while being able to contribute successfully to cross-functional teams. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to address multiple and complex labor and employment matters, while balancing legal, business, and organizational considerations. Ability to read, analyze, and interpret documents, such as policy and procedure manuals, maintenance instructions, and other related documents. Ability to respond to common inquiries from other employees or guests. Fluency in English required, second language a plus. Ability to write detailed instructions and correspondence. Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and group situations.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-07
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Privacy/regulatory Counsel (in House)
Refer job# PHEV147462
 
Privacy/Regulatory Counsel (In house) The candidate will build strong relationship with internal and external customer, utilizing your legal expertise to provide practical advice while achieving business results. - Legal, Vice President Subject matter expert for global data privacy, including knowledge and experience working and advising on the General Data Protection Regulation ( GDPR ), the California Consumer Privacy Act ( CCPA ), and related laws and regulations. Responsibility for regulatory compliance related to the development and offering of technology products and services in the highly regulated areas of consumer credit and insurance, including advising on fair lending and anti-discrimination, marketing and advertising, and consumer protection, with a focus on the Fair Credit Reporting Act ( FCRA ), the Equal Credit Opportunity Act ( ECOA ), the Telephone Consumer Protection Act ( TCPA ), and related laws and regulations. Responsibility for various other compliance matters, including export control, global sanctions screening and compliance, anti-bribery and corruption, and third party management. Responsibility for maintaining the companys policies related to all areas of regulatory compliance. Should have Juris Doctor degree. Licensed to practice law and in good standing in Minnesota or California. Experience practicing law, preferably with a large law firm and/or large internal corporate legal department,. 5+ years of experience with global data privacy laws and regulations.
 
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Vice President, Corporate General & Deputy Global General Counsel
Refer job# QNFH147463
 
Vice President, Corporate General & Deputy Global General Counsel Duties: Provide counsel on a broad range of topics and lead the Company in matters involving complex legal issues. Identify the need for, and participate in the definition and development of policies, procedures and programs which address areas of risk and ensure compliance with the law. Ensure the delivery of quality, timely and cost-efficient legal services. Develop and implement protocols, infrastructure and systems to manage legal matters as appropriate for a U.S.-based corporation, which operates internationally. Engage and oversee the work of outside counsel. Provide legal advice in areas of significant organization-wide impact, including the formulation of strategic plans. Serve as principal legal advisor for the OCA Board of Directors and senior management, providing legal advice on a broad range of topics, including real estate, corporate/commercial, mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, banking, tax, insurance, financial services, employment, immigration, information technology, trade compliance, litigation, regulatory, compliance, ethics, and corporate governance. Remain current with developments in the law; understand medical, scientific, and consumer products, including issues and defenses involved with cases or matters. Identify risks, educate senior management on risks and mitigate risks through implementation of appropriate measures such as the careful review, negotiation, drafting and administration of agreements and other legal documents. Serve as Secretary to the OCA Board of Directors with responsibility for planning the agenda for Board meetings, ensuring that proper corporate governance is followed at Board Meetings, preparing minutes of Board Meetings, maintaining corporate books and records for OCA and certain subsidiaries, and overseeing corporate governance issues. Provide direct support to the committees of the Board of Directors as assigned. Perform all other duties as assigned.

Requirements: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Active license to practice law; eligible for a Pennsylvania Limited In-house License. 15+ years of practice in a law firm or in-house law department. Fluent in English and Japanese language, and knowledgeable of Japanese culture. Excellent written and verbal communication and maintaining a positive professional image required. Demonstrated leadership skills and success in managing a team of lawyers and paraprofessional staff. Willingness to undertake approximately 20% of international and domestic travel. PREFERRED: International experience preferred. Experience partnering with senior management to understand their needs and to develop strategy for meeting needs. Experience with health care compliance and risk assessment. Proficient use of Microsoft Office and Lotus Notes. Exceptionally organized and prepared to work under pressure gracefully in a fast-paced, expanding and dynamic corporate environment. Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
 
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Counsel, Government Contracts
Refer job# GZEK147464
 
Counsel, Government Contracts The candidate will be responsible to engage with the Global Contracts Chief Counsel and the Global Government Contracts Compliance Director on priority contracts and compliance issues. Serve as the lead government contracts attorney for an innovative and dynamic company. Work on a wide range of complex issues at the prime and subcontract level, provide risk assessments and assist with a variety of government contract and legal department initiatives. Support U.S. Government and international government contract issues across civil, defense and intelligence market segments. Advise on matters arising under U.S. federal procurement laws and regulations, including the FAR, DFARS, Procurement Integrity Act, Competition in Contracting Act (CICA), DCAA cost accounting and pricing principles, International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). Provide advice and counsel to senior management of the business and, when required, to suppliers, team members, and customers as it relates to government contracts law. Assist with compliance and training matters on government contracts and specific regulatory procedures. Engage with the business clients to draft, review and negotiate contracts in compliance with government contracts law. Evaluate and advise on mergers and acquisitions as it relates to government contracts, joint ventures, partnerships, teaming agreements and novations. Assist in the negotiation and administration of intellectual property rights and/or patents granted to other companies as it relates to FAR/DFARS. Manage and resolve contract disputes, bid protests and interventions; assist with or lead the management of contract litigation as needed (bid protests, equitable adjustments, cost and pricing, and breach of contract). Manage and advise senior leadership on issues related to cost accounting and pricing, audits, investigations and claims. Collaborate and/or manage outside legal counsel on various legal matters.

The candidate must have 10 years legal experience in Government Contracts. Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school is necessary. Licensed Attorney in a minimum of one jurisdiction in the United States is critical. 10 years of experience in negotiating and reviewing government contracts, resolving complex disputes and advising executive leadership is preferred. 5 years of in-house experience in the aerospace and defense industry is beneficial. 5 years of experience with Defense Counterintelligence and Security matters (e.g.s. work with U.S. DSCA of the Department of Defense/National Industrial Security Program, Facility Security Officer/FSO and FOCI related) along with other Foreign Investment matters (e.g. CFIUS) is an asset.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions
Refer job# DZQQ147465
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions The candidate will draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of healthcare product-related commercial agreements to meet business and legal requirements, including sales, licensing, clinical decision support/technology product development, and business associate agreements, which not infrequently involves innovating the nature and terms of contracting within the healthcare environment. Will work together with relevant stakeholders within and outside the company to ensure regulatory compliance including with respect to HIPAA, data privacy/security, medical devices, and clinical trial support. Develop creative and compliant solutions to resolve business challenges and complex customer needs. Educate and guide business partners with regard to key commercial and regulatory considerations. Provide ongoing counseling and efficient implementation regarding corporate policies, initiatives and/or programs. Cooperate across cross-functional corporate business units and departments to timely achieve optimal results while minimizing risk. Should have 5-10 years of legal experience, with significant experience in healthcare commercial transactions, technology, and regulations. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions
Refer job# AGHF147466
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions Duties: Draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of healthcare product-related commercial agreements to meet business and legal requirements, including sales, licensing, clinical decision support/technology product development, and business associate agreements, which not infrequently involves innovating the nature and terms of contracting within the healthcare environment. Work together with relevant stakeholders within and outside the company to ensure regulatory compliance including with respect to HIPAA, data privacy/security, medical devices, and clinical trial support. Develop creative and compliant solutions to resolve business challenges and complex customer needs. Educate and guide business partners with regard to key commercial and regulatory considerations. Provide ongoing counseling and efficient implementation regarding corporate policies, initiatives and/or programs. Cooperate across cross-functional corporate business units and departments to timely achieve optimal results while minimizing risk.

Requirements: 5-10 years legal experience, with significant experience in healthcare commercial transactions, technology, and regulations. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to calmly and independently prioritize and execute tasks and demonstrate flexibility in a fast-paced environment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions
Refer job# HDKJ147467
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions Duties: Draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of healthcare product-related commercial agreements to meet business and legal requirements, including sales, licensing, clinical decision support/technology product development, and business associate agreements, which not infrequently involves innovating the nature and terms of contracting within the healthcare environment. Work together with relevant stakeholders within and outside the company to ensure regulatory compliance including with respect to HIPAA, data privacy/security, medical devices, and clinical trial support. Develop creative and compliant solutions to resolve business challenges and complex customer needs. Educate and guide business partners with regard to key commercial and regulatory considerations. Provide ongoing counseling and efficient implementation regarding corporate policies, initiatives and/or programs. Cooperate across cross-functional corporate business units and departments to timely achieve optimal results while minimizing risk.

Requirements: 5-10 years legal experience, with significant experience in healthcare commercial transactions, technology, and regulations. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to calmly and independently prioritize and execute tasks and demonstrate flexibility in a fast-paced environment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions
Refer job# HYRA147468
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions Duties: Draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of healthcare product-related commercial agreements to meet business and legal requirements, including sales, licensing, clinical decision support/technology product development, and business associate agreements, which not infrequently involves innovating the nature and terms of contracting within the healthcare environment. Work together with relevant stakeholders within and outside the company to ensure regulatory compliance including with respect to HIPAA, data privacy/security, medical devices, and clinical trial support. Develop creative and compliant solutions to resolve business challenges and complex customer needs. Educate and guide business partners with regard to key commercial and regulatory considerations. Provide ongoing counseling and efficient implementation regarding corporate policies, initiatives and/or programs. Cooperate across cross-functional corporate business units and departments to timely achieve optimal results while minimizing risk.

Requirements: 5-10 years legal experience, with significant experience in healthcare commercial transactions, technology, and regulations. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to calmly and independently prioritize and execute tasks and demonstrate flexibility in a fast-paced environment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions
Refer job# ECMT147469
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions The candidate will draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of healthcare product-related commercial agreements to meet business and legal requirements, including sales, licensing, clinical decision support/technology product development, and business associate agreements, which not infrequently involves innovating the nature and terms of contracting within the healthcare environment. Will work together with relevant stakeholders within and outside the company to ensure regulatory compliance including with respect to HIPAA, data privacy/security, medical devices, and clinical trial support. Develop creative and compliant solutions to resolve business challenges and complex customer needs. Educate and guide business partners with regard to key commercial and regulatory considerations. Provide ongoing counseling and efficient implementation regarding corporate policies, initiatives and/or programs. Cooperate across cross-functional corporate business units and departments to timely achieve optimal results while minimizing risk. Should have 5-10 years of legal experience, with significant experience in healthcare commercial transactions, technology, and regulations. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills.
 
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Attorney - Multifamily Capital Markets
Refer job# LLQD147429
 
Attorney - Multifamily Capital Markets The candidate will provide legal guidance related to the production, underwriting, closing, servicing, asset management and special servicing operations for matters (i.e. the purchase of multifamily loans, including negotiation of contracts/commitments for the purchase of loans and the terms of loans documents, securitization of mortgages, loan workouts, etc.). Collaborate with legal teams (i.e. Cantor, NKF, etc.) to ensure consistency of legal advice and negotiating positions. Partner with the business units in managing all licensing, compliance, insurance renewals, and regulatory filings for the Company. Prepare/negotiate contracts and agreements (e.g. broker and correspondent agreements, originator contracts, master and subservicing agreements, partnering agreements, etc.). Serve as the corporate secretary and ensure corporate governance responsibilities are carried out including, but not limited to maintenance of company records, signature authorities, legal entity filings, etc. Manage outside counsel, including in transactional, corporate, and litigation matters. May perform other duties as assigned.

The candidate must have 7+ years of legal experience. Should have Juris Doctor (JD) degree; membership in good standing in a state Bar. Must have experience in commercial real estate finance with a law firm or corporate law department, including primary responsibility for negotiating and closing transactions (both individual loans and pools of loans). Should have familiarity with common commercial real estate lender-borrower issues and ability to quickly negotiate resolution of the same. Must have knowledge of the customary legal relationships, legal issues, and closing practices required with purchases of multifamily mortgages by investors and securitization of commercial real estate mortgages. Must have familiarity with master servicing and special servicing issues. Should have experience with structured finance transactions. Must have ability to view the closing of transactions as a process as well as a series of discrete deals and to identify ways to improve that process. Should have ability to create and maintain strong collaborative relationships with clients. Must have ability to develop and maintain cooperative internal and external relationships. Should have ability to work comfortably and routinely as part of a team and to collaborate across organizational boundaries. Must have ability to organize and prioritize multiple pending matters. Should have experience with Microsoft Word, Outlook and Excel.
 
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Corporate Counsel - Employment
Refer job# TWUO147430
 
Corporate Counsel - Employment RESPONSIBILITIES: Ensures all core values and property and department standards are implemented and applied. Manages short-and long-term departmental goals, objectives, policies, and operating procedures; monitors and evaluates operational effectiveness; effects changes required for improvement. Identifies key drivers of success. Manages the departmental performance, and the accuracy, confidentiality, and thoroughness of departmental policies and procedures; records and reports. Monitors all activities of the department to ensure that all applicable internal policies, federal and state laws, rules, regulations and controls property wide are enforced. Ensures department delivers and maintains a maximum level of property-wide service and satisfaction. Facilitates communication throughout the property by organizing and presiding over regularly scheduled meetings with team members within the department and with other departments as appropriate to ensure property wide communication. Responsible for hiring, performance management, and employee engagement within the department. Provides training opportunities, constructive and positive feedback to team members within area of responsibility. Creates a motivating environment. Keeps informed of all new developments within the department and makes recommendations designed to maximize department and company success. Effectively manages internal and external guest relations, which will require levels of patience, tact and diplomacy. Responsible for addressing guest and team member issues as appropriate. Manages multiple priorities simultaneously and meets deadlines, often in stressful and high-pressure situations. Advising management and Human Resources on day-to-day employee relations matters including recruiting, hiring, employee discipline, performance management, benefits, terminations, and restructurings. Monitoring labor, employment, and benefits law developments and recommending changes to company policies, while assisting with the creation of additional policies that may be needed. Managing any and all employment-related litigation and administrative matters (e.g. OSHA, DOL, EEOC) and related investigations. Assisting the General Counsel with reporting of labor and employment matters to senior management and its Board of Directors. Managing labor relations matters and coordinating with Human Resources and outside counsel, including advising on collective bargaining agreement negotiations and grievances. Conducting internal investigations related to personnel matters. Providing counsel and guidance to Human Resources personnel conducting investigations. Managing the selection and ongoing coordination with outside counsel on any or all of the above matters. Identifying opportunities for efficiencies and coordinating with outside counsel, vendors and colleagues on process improvements. Providing training to management and Human Resources on employment law topics and other employment law compliance activities. Promote positive, fair, and ethical relations with all team member, with all contractors, and in all interactions within the Host and Surrounding communities as an ambassador of the brand.

Requirements: JD Degree. Will be required to obtain and maintain registration or a license issued by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission. 8+ years of work experience primarily related to labor and employment issues and 3-5 years of in-house counsel experience preferred. Demonstrated ability to work efficiently, prioritize work, meet deadlines, and manage multi-faceted projects in a fast-paced environment, with evolving demands and priorities. Self-starter that is able to work independently while being able to contribute successfully to cross-functional teams. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to address multiple and complex labor and employment matters, while balancing legal, business, and organizational considerations. Ability to read, analyze, and interpret documents, such as policy and procedure manuals, maintenance instructions, and other related documents. Ability to respond to common inquiries from other employees or guests. Fluency in English required, second language a plus. Ability to write detailed instructions and correspondence. Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and group situations.
 
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