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Director, Corporate Counsel- Clinical Trials Division

Center Valley PA Director, Corporate Counsel- Clinical Trials Division Responsibilities: Provide ongoing advice and support principally related to commercial, supplier and sourcing contracts, proposals, SOWs, etc. including the drafting, review, and negotiation of contracts. Provide leadership and legal advice on a range of legal, regulatory and compliance matters, including, pharmaceutical clinical or commercial regulatory, transportation compliance, commercial antitrust, anti-bribery/FCPA, products liability, and data privacy. Provide lead legal support to all business units within CTD. Lead, anticipate, and drive solutions for a range of legal and business issues. Provide advice regarding customer and other commercial/business disputes. Monitor and administer contract review as well as other approval processes, policies, and contract playbooks. Lead and/or collaborate on certain divisional projects and initiatives related to legal, compliance and/or regulatory matters.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required. JD Degree required. Member in good standing with the state Bar. 7+ years of business experience, including commercial law experience and managing commercial contracts and broad knowledge and experience working in pharmaceutical industry or similar contract manufacturing/supply chain solution provider. Experience in some of the following legal, regulatory and compliance areas: pharmaceutical clinical or commercial regulatory matters, transportation compliance, commercial antitrust, anti-bribery/FCPA, products liability, and data privacy. Proven negotiation abilities and business acumen. Customer centric and solutions oriented approach in supporting both external and internal clients while protecting the best interest of the company. Experience managing contracts and legal professionals. Experience developing, driving and implementing legal solutions. Ability to deliver strong results with limited resources, under tight deadlines and with a high degree of accuracy. Strong oral and written communication skills. Ability to maintain strict confidentiality of sensitive information. Team player capable of leading and participating within cross-functional project teams to meet key milestones under tight timelines and stressful conditions. Proven research and analytical skills. Strong understanding of commercial and financial implications of strategy development process. Strong project and process management capabilities. Strong interpersonal skills and effective communication and presentation styles. Strong work ethic with ability to work independently. In-house experience preferred.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-01-10

Director, Corporate Counsel- Clinical Trials Division

Needham MA Director, Corporate Counsel- Clinical Trials Division Responsibilities: Provide ongoing advice and support principally related to commercial, supplier and sourcing contracts, proposals, SOWs, etc. including the drafting, review, and negotiation of contracts. Provide leadership and legal advice on a range of legal, regulatory and compliance matters, including, pharmaceutical clinical or commercial regulatory, transportation compliance, commercial antitrust, anti-bribery/FCPA, products liability, and data privacy. Provide lead legal support to all business units within CTD. Lead, anticipate, and drive solutions for a range of legal and business issues. Provide advice regarding customer and other commercial/business disputes. Monitor and administer contract review as well as other approval processes, policies, and contract playbooks. Lead and/or collaborate on certain divisional projects and initiatives related to legal, compliance and/or regulatory matters.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required. JD Degree required. Member in good standing with the state Bar. 7+ years of business experience, including commercial law experience and managing commercial contracts and broad knowledge and experience working in pharmaceutical industry or similar contract manufacturing/supply chain solution provider. Experience in some of the following legal, regulatory and compliance areas: pharmaceutical clinical or commercial regulatory matters, transportation compliance, commercial antitrust, anti-bribery/FCPA, products liability, and data privacy. Proven negotiation abilities and business acumen. Customer centric and solutions oriented approach in supporting both external and internal clients while protecting the best interest of the company. Experience managing contracts and legal professionals. Experience developing, driving and implementing legal solutions. Ability to deliver strong results with limited resources, under tight deadlines and with a high degree of accuracy. Strong oral and written communication skills. Ability to maintain strict confidentiality of sensitive information. Team player capable of leading and participating within cross-functional project teams to meet key milestones under tight timelines and stressful conditions. Proven research and analytical skills. Strong understanding of commercial and financial implications of strategy development process. Strong project and process management capabilities. Strong interpersonal skills and effective communication and presentation styles. Strong work ethic with ability to work independently. In-house experience preferred.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-01-10

Director, Corporate Counsel- Clinical Trials Division

High Point NC Director, Corporate Counsel- Clinical Trials Division Responsibilities: Provide ongoing advice and support principally related to commercial, supplier and sourcing contracts, proposals, SOWs, etc. including the drafting, review, and negotiation of contracts. Provide leadership and legal advice on a range of legal, regulatory and compliance matters, including, pharmaceutical clinical or commercial regulatory, transportation compliance, commercial antitrust, anti-bribery/FCPA, products liability, and data privacy. Provide lead legal support to all business units within CTD. Lead, anticipate, and drive solutions for a range of legal and business issues. Provide advice regarding customer and other commercial/business disputes. Monitor and administer contract review as well as other approval processes, policies, and contract playbooks. Lead and/or collaborate on certain divisional projects and initiatives related to legal, compliance and/or regulatory matters.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required. JD Degree required. Member in good standing with the state Bar. 7+ years of business experience, including commercial law experience and managing commercial contracts and broad knowledge and experience working in pharmaceutical industry or similar contract manufacturing/supply chain solution provider. Experience in some of the following legal, regulatory and compliance areas: pharmaceutical clinical or commercial regulatory matters, transportation compliance, commercial antitrust, anti-bribery/FCPA, products liability, and data privacy. Proven negotiation abilities and business acumen. Customer centric and solutions oriented approach in supporting both external and internal clients while protecting the best interest of the company. Experience managing contracts and legal professionals. Experience developing, driving and implementing legal solutions. Ability to deliver strong results with limited resources, under tight deadlines and with a high degree of accuracy. Strong oral and written communication skills. Ability to maintain strict confidentiality of sensitive information. Team player capable of leading and participating within cross-functional project teams to meet key milestones under tight timelines and stressful conditions. Proven research and analytical skills. Strong understanding of commercial and financial implications of strategy development process. Strong project and process management capabilities. Strong interpersonal skills and effective communication and presentation styles. Strong work ethic with ability to work independently. In-house experience preferred.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-01-10

Corporate Counsel

Oakland CA Corporate Counsel The candidate will work on various corporate matters, including merger, acquisition and divestment transactions, as well as corporate governance. In addition, will provide legal support to the international businesses, including drafting and negotiation of distribution agreements, supply contracts, services agreements, and other strategic commercial agreements. Will also collaborate with internal specialists and outside counsel on regulatory, compliance, trade and advertising law issues that arise in the international businesses. Furthermore, will work closely with the Senior Corporate Counsel (Licensing) and the Office of Strategic Alliances to assist with international trademark licensing transactions. Finally, will take on special projects as assigned. Will operate within a very collaborative, high performing and inclusive legal team that delivers world-class legal services to the company and to business partners. Provide support as needed within a team structure on corporate matters (including M&A and corporate governance). Work closely on international legal issues, covering a variety of matters in both leading and supporting roles. Partner with the New Business Development unit and Office of Strategic Alliances to help develop business strategies, goals and operations including advising on strategic risks and structuring for significant partnerships and alliances; new business development ventures; and new channel- and technology-related development projects, which may include international partnerships. In collaboration with the Senior Corporate Counsel, draft and negotiate brand licensing agreements, alliances agreements, and other forms of joint development effort in respect of the international business; partner with internal business teams to monitor compliance with alliances agreements. Work with Legal Services leadership, other attorneys and staff on departmental administrative matters. Develop and implement legal training for business partners. Assist in other project management work as needed. Work on special projects in the Corporate team as assigned.

The candidate should have JD degree and BA/BS degree; top tier undergraduate and law schools. Should have 3-4 years of legal employment in a top-tier law firm, with experience advising on corporate and commercial matters, including drafting and negotiating agreements and direct interaction with clients. Experience on international and cross-border transactions and issues, particularly in Asia, Middle East and/or Europe. Ideally some experience with trademark licensing transactions. Member of the California State Bar, or eligible to register under the California State Bar in-house counsel program. Broad range of relevant legal experience, including the ability to identify, prioritize and resolve critical legal issues in real time. Excellent verbal and written communication and presentation skills, particularly the ability to transform complex information into clear, concise and actionable communications for business partners. Willingness to learn and work on a broad variety of areas. Ability to work independently or within a team as required, including as part of cross-functional and cross-border teams. Self-starter with a sense of urgency. Ability to multi-task, handle unanticipated situations effectively and work well under pressure with tight deadlines to ensure timely and appropriate response to issues raised. Excellent judgment and ability to handle sensitive and confidential information. Outstanding execution and organizational skills and attention to detail. Excellent interpersonal skills and positive, enthusiastic attitude. Commitment to inclusion and diversity. Ability to identify and use the most efficient and effective legal resources to complete the work in a timely and cost effective manner.
Legal 3 - 4 Full-time 2020-01-10

Counsel - Commercial Lending & Equipment Finance

Philadelphia PA Counsel - Commercial Lending & Equipment Finance The candidate will include specific client support responsibilities based on your particular skillset and our needs, but generally you will provide legal guidance and support to internal PNC Corporate and Institutional Banking clients on an array of legal matters, which may include the following. Giving legal advice and support directly to relationship managers, credit officers, paralegals, documentation specialists, and loan administrators and servicers on equipment finance leasing and commercial lending matters of varying complexity. Drafting, reviewing and/or negotiating lease and loan documents relating to all types of lease and loan transactions. Updating standard commercial lease, loan, security agreement and related forms. Actively participating in select internal client and department-level committees. Collaborating with clients and colleagues to improve internal processes and enhance efficiency consistent with PNCs risk framework while also delivering a positive customer experience. Advising loan administrators and operations regarding ongoing administration of loans and leases, including collateral, booking and other servicing issues. Providing training to documentation specialists and lending/credit/documentation staff. Supporting the businesses relating to new initiatives, products and services and Selecting and overseeing services of approved outside counsel. Identifies and manages legal risk for the organization. Conducts research, provides substantive and procedural legal advice, and participates in significant legal matters. Manages outside counsel relationships and expense. Reviews and prepares transactional and other legal documentation.

The candidate should have J.D. degree from an accredited law school. Currently licensed to practice in the courts of one or more states. Should have 5+ years experience in secured transactions, including commercial leasing and commercial lending laws. Broad scope of experience in representing banks and/or equipment finance companies in middle market and large corporate commercial leasing and lending transactions. Commercial lending bank regulatory experience (including Reg B, AML/BSA, Flood, Reg Z, TILA) a plus. Solid business judgment, decision-making, problem-solving and legal analytical skills. Self-starter with ability to work both independently and collaboratively, as appropriate. Specialty equipment finance expertise, such as in vendor, aviation, energy, cross-border (particularly Canada), municipal and/or similar specialty areas, a plus. Excellent oral and written communication abilities. Strong organizational skills and excellent oral and written communication abilities and Basic knowledge of SharePoint, Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel, Adobe and Word.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-01-10

Product And Privacy Counsel

San Francisco CA Product and Privacy Counsel RESPONSIBILITIES: Counsel our Product, Engineering, Security, Business Development, and GTM teams throughout the product lifecycle on applicable legal and regulatory requirements and expectations relating to consumer protection, security, and privacy. Anticipate and identify legal and regulatory risks, and propose creative and effective solutions to address those risks. Draft and negotiate commercial agreements, including partnership, licensing, and service agreements in support of product initiatives. Remain up-to-date on relevant industry, consumer protection, and privacy laws and regulations to ensure an ongoing ability to provide sound regulatory advice. Partner with the broader Legal, Compliance, and Security teams to share information about regulatory changes and product development to facilitate support across the team.

REQUIREMENTS: JD Degree preferred but will consider individuals with significant compliance and regulatory experience in a financial institution or fintech company. 5+ years of combined, relevant experience in in-house legal departments, law firms, and/or governmental agencies. Knowledge and application of privacy laws and regulations. Strong interpersonal, communication, and influencing skills. Ability to work independently and adaptively, anticipate and mitigate friction points, and take the initiative to promptly resolve and learn from challenges. NICE TO HAVES: Experience relating to SaaS centric issues that include privacy and security. In-house experience at a cloud technology vendor or fintech company. Drafting and negotiation skills. Knowledge and application of consumer protection laws and regulations.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-01-09

Senior Corporate Counsel

Redwood City CA Senior Corporate Counsel Duties: Work collaboratively to prioritize business objectives and manage the corporate aspects of being a fast-growing company. Assist with international expansion relating to subsidiary management, joint ventures, and partnerships. Contribute to corporate governance matters, including the preparation of Board and Committee materials, charters, and company policies. Work closely with IFs People and Stock teams on administering IFs equity plan. Collaborate with IFs Finance, Accounting, and Communications teams on external communications and investor relations. Provide support for other projects, including working on a range of complex equity and securities issues (including financings and M&A).

Qualifications: JD degree. Membership in at least one state bar (preferably California). 6+ years of relevant securities or general corporate experience, including experience working with technology or food and science companies. A combination of both in-house and major law firm practice experience is preferred. A team player attitude; ability to easily handle multi-tasking between shifting priorities, lead cross-functional groups, and operate in a fast-paced, flexible, culture. A proactive approach to recognizing needs, anticipating issues, and solving problems. Ability to work nights and weekends as needed. High ethical standards; ability to maintain the confidentiality of non-public corporate information. Strong attention to detail and organizational skills. Good foundation in drafting and negotiations. Ability to think strategically and develop creative solutions to novel issues.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2020-01-09

Corporate Counsel

Pittsburgh PA Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Provides support to Senior Corporate Counsel by assisting in the management of outside litigation and other outsourced legal matters as well as assisting with supervision and communication with outside counsel. Prepares and reviews pleadings and other litigation-related documents. Provides sound legal analysis and practical legal advice and solutions to business leaders on laws, regulations, rules and policies related to the operations of the corporation. Provides counsel to various affiliates, business functions, Compliance, high-level management and business leaders. Reviews material contracts, licensing agreements, deeds and leases. Provides support to the Legal Department by conducting research on legal, compliance and other financial industry matters. Assists with research, preparation, implementation and maintenance of Legal Department policies and procedures. Provides legal guidance on banking and commercial law issues including issues relating to check and item processing and deposit and UCC requirements. Provides legal guidance to human resources with regard to employment and benefit related issues. Participates in due diligence reviews in connection with potential acquisition transactions. Performs other related duties and projects as assigned. All employees have the responsibility and the accountability to serve as risk managers for their businesses by understanding, reporting, responding to, managing and monitoring the risk they encounter daily as required by F.N.B. Corporations risk management program. F.N.B. Corporation is committed to achieving superior levels of compliance by adhering to regulatory laws and guidelines. Compliance with regulatory laws and company procedures is a required component of all position descriptions.

Qualifications: JD Degree. Attorney License. 5 Years of Related Experience Required. Excellent project management skills. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Excellent organizational, analytical and interpersonal skills. Excellent customer service skills. Ability to use a personal computer and job-related software. MS Word - Basic Level. MS Excel - Intermediate Level. MS PowerPoint - Basic Level. Experience in a general legal field. Experience in a bank legal field preferred but not required. Firm understanding of applicable compliance laws and regulations.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-01-09

Corporate Counsel

Pittsburgh PA Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Provides support to Senior Corporate Counsel by assisting in the management of outside litigation and other outsourced legal matters as well as assisting with supervision and communication with outside counsel. Prepares and reviews pleadings and other litigation-related documents. Provides sound legal analysis and practical legal advice and solutions to business leaders on laws, regulations, rules and policies related to the operations of the corporation. Provides counsel to various affiliates, business functions, Compliance, high-level management and business leaders. Reviews material contracts, licensing agreements, deeds and leases. Provides support to the Legal Department by conducting research on legal, compliance and other financial industry matters. Assists with research, preparation, implementation and maintenance of Legal Department policies and procedures. Provides legal guidance on banking and commercial law issues including issues relating to check and item processing and deposit and UCC requirements. Provides legal guidance to human resources with regard to employment and benefit related issues. Participates in due diligence reviews in connection with potential acquisition transactions. Performs other related duties and projects as assigned. All employees have the responsibility and the accountability to serve as risk managers for their businesses by understanding, reporting, responding to, managing and monitoring the risk they encounter daily as required by F.N.B. Corporations risk management program. F.N.B. Corporation is committed to achieving superior levels of compliance by adhering to regulatory laws and guidelines. Compliance with regulatory laws and company procedures is a required component of all position descriptions.

Qualifications: JD Degree. Attorney License. 5 Years of Related Experience Required. Excellent project management skills. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Excellent organizational, analytical and interpersonal skills. Excellent customer service skills. Ability to use a personal computer and job-related software. MS Word - Basic Level. MS Excel - Intermediate Level. MS PowerPoint - Basic Level. Experience in a general legal field. Experience in a bank legal field preferred. Firm understanding of applicable compliance laws and regulations.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-01-09

Corporate Counsel

Charlotte NC Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Responsible for advising internal clients with respect to actual and threatened litigation relating to all aspects of the companys business and identifying opportunities to improve processes and business practices which will mitigate risk and better protect the Company. Providing advice on a full range of litigation and pre-litigation issues, including: Disclosure and reserving issues. Meeting e-discovery obligations (including managing legal holds and document collections). Research and writing, managing outside counsel. Budgeting and reviewing outside counsel invoices. Advising business clients regarding litigation risks and strategy. Negotiating settlements. Developing and presenting training to business partners. Will also include providing insurance-related legal advice in connection with the issuance, administration and distribution of life and annuity products. Operate well in a lean environment and partner with Legal and non-legal peers on a variety of initiatives as needed.

Qualifications: JD degree from accredited law school. Excellent academic credentials. Admission to state and federal bar. 4-8 years of litigation experience. Experience in the financial services or insurance industry strongly preferred. Excellent analytical and organizational skills. Superior oral and written communications skills. Demonstrated commitment to leadership and developing talent. Demonstrated record of attention to detail, sense of urgency, ability to handle substantial workload effectively (i.e., establish priorities, adhere to deadlines). Willingness to partner with colleagues and business partners to contribute to success of the company. Ability to thrive as a team member and individual contributor in a high-performance culture. Provide creative input in culture of continuous improvement with respect to policies and procedures of the Law Department and our business partners. Knowledge of life insurance and annuity products and litigation experience relating to those products desirable.
Legal 4 - 8 Full-time 2020-01-09
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Benefits Attorney
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The Air Line Pilots Association, International (ALPA), the largest airline pilot union in the world (representing over 62,000 pilots at 34 U.S. and Canadian airlines) seeks a Benefits Attorney for our headquarters in Tysons, Virginia.  The Benefits A... + read more

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Corporate Counsel
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Location : New York City New York United States

LivePerson is looking for a dynamic and motivated individual to join our global legal team! This position will be based in our NYC headquarters right in the heart of Hudson Yards. Our 1,200+ employees are data-driven, curious, and are strong team ... + read more

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Director, Corporate Counsel- Clinical Trials Division
Refer job# SAYL147939
 
Director, Corporate Counsel- Clinical Trials Division Responsibilities: Provide ongoing advice and support principally related to commercial, supplier and sourcing contracts, proposals, SOWs, etc. including the drafting, review, and negotiation of contracts. Provide leadership and legal advice on a range of legal, regulatory and compliance matters, including, pharmaceutical clinical or commercial regulatory, transportation compliance, commercial antitrust, anti-bribery/FCPA, products liability, and data privacy. Provide lead legal support to all business units within CTD. Lead, anticipate, and drive solutions for a range of legal and business issues. Provide advice regarding customer and other commercial/business disputes. Monitor and administer contract review as well as other approval processes, policies, and contract playbooks. Lead and/or collaborate on certain divisional projects and initiatives related to legal, compliance and/or regulatory matters.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required. JD Degree required. Member in good standing with the state Bar. 7+ years of business experience, including commercial law experience and managing commercial contracts and broad knowledge and experience working in pharmaceutical industry or similar contract manufacturing/supply chain solution provider. Experience in some of the following legal, regulatory and compliance areas: pharmaceutical clinical or commercial regulatory matters, transportation compliance, commercial antitrust, anti-bribery/FCPA, products liability, and data privacy. Proven negotiation abilities and business acumen. Customer centric and solutions oriented approach in supporting both external and internal clients while protecting the best interest of the company. Experience managing contracts and legal professionals. Experience developing, driving and implementing legal solutions. Ability to deliver strong results with limited resources, under tight deadlines and with a high degree of accuracy. Strong oral and written communication skills. Ability to maintain strict confidentiality of sensitive information. Team player capable of leading and participating within cross-functional project teams to meet key milestones under tight timelines and stressful conditions. Proven research and analytical skills. Strong understanding of commercial and financial implications of strategy development process. Strong project and process management capabilities. Strong interpersonal skills and effective communication and presentation styles. Strong work ethic with ability to work independently. In-house experience preferred.
 
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Director, Corporate Counsel- Clinical Trials Division
Refer job# CDJN147940
 
Director, Corporate Counsel- Clinical Trials Division Responsibilities: Provide ongoing advice and support principally related to commercial, supplier and sourcing contracts, proposals, SOWs, etc. including the drafting, review, and negotiation of contracts. Provide leadership and legal advice on a range of legal, regulatory and compliance matters, including, pharmaceutical clinical or commercial regulatory, transportation compliance, commercial antitrust, anti-bribery/FCPA, products liability, and data privacy. Provide lead legal support to all business units within CTD. Lead, anticipate, and drive solutions for a range of legal and business issues. Provide advice regarding customer and other commercial/business disputes. Monitor and administer contract review as well as other approval processes, policies, and contract playbooks. Lead and/or collaborate on certain divisional projects and initiatives related to legal, compliance and/or regulatory matters.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required. JD Degree required. Member in good standing with the state Bar. 7+ years of business experience, including commercial law experience and managing commercial contracts and broad knowledge and experience working in pharmaceutical industry or similar contract manufacturing/supply chain solution provider. Experience in some of the following legal, regulatory and compliance areas: pharmaceutical clinical or commercial regulatory matters, transportation compliance, commercial antitrust, anti-bribery/FCPA, products liability, and data privacy. Proven negotiation abilities and business acumen. Customer centric and solutions oriented approach in supporting both external and internal clients while protecting the best interest of the company. Experience managing contracts and legal professionals. Experience developing, driving and implementing legal solutions. Ability to deliver strong results with limited resources, under tight deadlines and with a high degree of accuracy. Strong oral and written communication skills. Ability to maintain strict confidentiality of sensitive information. Team player capable of leading and participating within cross-functional project teams to meet key milestones under tight timelines and stressful conditions. Proven research and analytical skills. Strong understanding of commercial and financial implications of strategy development process. Strong project and process management capabilities. Strong interpersonal skills and effective communication and presentation styles. Strong work ethic with ability to work independently. In-house experience preferred.
 
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Director, Corporate Counsel- Clinical Trials Division
Refer job# QZYS147941
 
Director, Corporate Counsel- Clinical Trials Division Responsibilities: Provide ongoing advice and support principally related to commercial, supplier and sourcing contracts, proposals, SOWs, etc. including the drafting, review, and negotiation of contracts. Provide leadership and legal advice on a range of legal, regulatory and compliance matters, including, pharmaceutical clinical or commercial regulatory, transportation compliance, commercial antitrust, anti-bribery/FCPA, products liability, and data privacy. Provide lead legal support to all business units within CTD. Lead, anticipate, and drive solutions for a range of legal and business issues. Provide advice regarding customer and other commercial/business disputes. Monitor and administer contract review as well as other approval processes, policies, and contract playbooks. Lead and/or collaborate on certain divisional projects and initiatives related to legal, compliance and/or regulatory matters.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required. JD Degree required. Member in good standing with the state Bar. 7+ years of business experience, including commercial law experience and managing commercial contracts and broad knowledge and experience working in pharmaceutical industry or similar contract manufacturing/supply chain solution provider. Experience in some of the following legal, regulatory and compliance areas: pharmaceutical clinical or commercial regulatory matters, transportation compliance, commercial antitrust, anti-bribery/FCPA, products liability, and data privacy. Proven negotiation abilities and business acumen. Customer centric and solutions oriented approach in supporting both external and internal clients while protecting the best interest of the company. Experience managing contracts and legal professionals. Experience developing, driving and implementing legal solutions. Ability to deliver strong results with limited resources, under tight deadlines and with a high degree of accuracy. Strong oral and written communication skills. Ability to maintain strict confidentiality of sensitive information. Team player capable of leading and participating within cross-functional project teams to meet key milestones under tight timelines and stressful conditions. Proven research and analytical skills. Strong understanding of commercial and financial implications of strategy development process. Strong project and process management capabilities. Strong interpersonal skills and effective communication and presentation styles. Strong work ethic with ability to work independently. In-house experience preferred.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# HMPQ147942
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will work on various corporate matters, including merger, acquisition and divestment transactions, as well as corporate governance. In addition, will provide legal support to the international businesses, including drafting and negotiation of distribution agreements, supply contracts, services agreements, and other strategic commercial agreements. Will also collaborate with internal specialists and outside counsel on regulatory, compliance, trade and advertising law issues that arise in the international businesses. Furthermore, will work closely with the Senior Corporate Counsel (Licensing) and the Office of Strategic Alliances to assist with international trademark licensing transactions. Finally, will take on special projects as assigned. Will operate within a very collaborative, high performing and inclusive legal team that delivers world-class legal services to the company and to business partners. Provide support as needed within a team structure on corporate matters (including M&A and corporate governance). Work closely on international legal issues, covering a variety of matters in both leading and supporting roles. Partner with the New Business Development unit and Office of Strategic Alliances to help develop business strategies, goals and operations including advising on strategic risks and structuring for significant partnerships and alliances; new business development ventures; and new channel- and technology-related development projects, which may include international partnerships. In collaboration with the Senior Corporate Counsel, draft and negotiate brand licensing agreements, alliances agreements, and other forms of joint development effort in respect of the international business; partner with internal business teams to monitor compliance with alliances agreements. Work with Legal Services leadership, other attorneys and staff on departmental administrative matters. Develop and implement legal training for business partners. Assist in other project management work as needed. Work on special projects in the Corporate team as assigned.

The candidate should have JD degree and BA/BS degree; top tier undergraduate and law schools. Should have 3-4 years of legal employment in a top-tier law firm, with experience advising on corporate and commercial matters, including drafting and negotiating agreements and direct interaction with clients. Experience on international and cross-border transactions and issues, particularly in Asia, Middle East and/or Europe. Ideally some experience with trademark licensing transactions. Member of the California State Bar, or eligible to register under the California State Bar in-house counsel program. Broad range of relevant legal experience, including the ability to identify, prioritize and resolve critical legal issues in real time. Excellent verbal and written communication and presentation skills, particularly the ability to transform complex information into clear, concise and actionable communications for business partners. Willingness to learn and work on a broad variety of areas. Ability to work independently or within a team as required, including as part of cross-functional and cross-border teams. Self-starter with a sense of urgency. Ability to multi-task, handle unanticipated situations effectively and work well under pressure with tight deadlines to ensure timely and appropriate response to issues raised. Excellent judgment and ability to handle sensitive and confidential information. Outstanding execution and organizational skills and attention to detail. Excellent interpersonal skills and positive, enthusiastic attitude. Commitment to inclusion and diversity. Ability to identify and use the most efficient and effective legal resources to complete the work in a timely and cost effective manner.
 
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Counsel - Commercial Lending & Equipment Finance
Refer job# EVCA147943
 
Counsel - Commercial Lending & Equipment Finance The candidate will include specific client support responsibilities based on your particular skillset and our needs, but generally you will provide legal guidance and support to internal PNC Corporate and Institutional Banking clients on an array of legal matters, which may include the following. Giving legal advice and support directly to relationship managers, credit officers, paralegals, documentation specialists, and loan administrators and servicers on equipment finance leasing and commercial lending matters of varying complexity. Drafting, reviewing and/or negotiating lease and loan documents relating to all types of lease and loan transactions. Updating standard commercial lease, loan, security agreement and related forms. Actively participating in select internal client and department-level committees. Collaborating with clients and colleagues to improve internal processes and enhance efficiency consistent with PNCs risk framework while also delivering a positive customer experience. Advising loan administrators and operations regarding ongoing administration of loans and leases, including collateral, booking and other servicing issues. Providing training to documentation specialists and lending/credit/documentation staff. Supporting the businesses relating to new initiatives, products and services and Selecting and overseeing services of approved outside counsel. Identifies and manages legal risk for the organization. Conducts research, provides substantive and procedural legal advice, and participates in significant legal matters. Manages outside counsel relationships and expense. Reviews and prepares transactional and other legal documentation.

The candidate should have J.D. degree from an accredited law school. Currently licensed to practice in the courts of one or more states. Should have 5+ years experience in secured transactions, including commercial leasing and commercial lending laws. Broad scope of experience in representing banks and/or equipment finance companies in middle market and large corporate commercial leasing and lending transactions. Commercial lending bank regulatory experience (including Reg B, AML/BSA, Flood, Reg Z, TILA) a plus. Solid business judgment, decision-making, problem-solving and legal analytical skills. Self-starter with ability to work both independently and collaboratively, as appropriate. Specialty equipment finance expertise, such as in vendor, aviation, energy, cross-border (particularly Canada), municipal and/or similar specialty areas, a plus. Excellent oral and written communication abilities. Strong organizational skills and excellent oral and written communication abilities and Basic knowledge of SharePoint, Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel, Adobe and Word.
 
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Product And Privacy Counsel
Refer job# SWGA147898
 
Product and Privacy Counsel RESPONSIBILITIES: Counsel our Product, Engineering, Security, Business Development, and GTM teams throughout the product lifecycle on applicable legal and regulatory requirements and expectations relating to consumer protection, security, and privacy. Anticipate and identify legal and regulatory risks, and propose creative and effective solutions to address those risks. Draft and negotiate commercial agreements, including partnership, licensing, and service agreements in support of product initiatives. Remain up-to-date on relevant industry, consumer protection, and privacy laws and regulations to ensure an ongoing ability to provide sound regulatory advice. Partner with the broader Legal, Compliance, and Security teams to share information about regulatory changes and product development to facilitate support across the team.

REQUIREMENTS: JD Degree preferred but will consider individuals with significant compliance and regulatory experience in a financial institution or fintech company. 5+ years of combined, relevant experience in in-house legal departments, law firms, and/or governmental agencies. Knowledge and application of privacy laws and regulations. Strong interpersonal, communication, and influencing skills. Ability to work independently and adaptively, anticipate and mitigate friction points, and take the initiative to promptly resolve and learn from challenges. NICE TO HAVES: Experience relating to SaaS centric issues that include privacy and security. In-house experience at a cloud technology vendor or fintech company. Drafting and negotiation skills. Knowledge and application of consumer protection laws and regulations.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# XGKP147899
 
Senior Corporate Counsel Duties: Work collaboratively to prioritize business objectives and manage the corporate aspects of being a fast-growing company. Assist with international expansion relating to subsidiary management, joint ventures, and partnerships. Contribute to corporate governance matters, including the preparation of Board and Committee materials, charters, and company policies. Work closely with IFs People and Stock teams on administering IFs equity plan. Collaborate with IFs Finance, Accounting, and Communications teams on external communications and investor relations. Provide support for other projects, including working on a range of complex equity and securities issues (including financings and M&A).

Qualifications: JD degree. Membership in at least one state bar (preferably California). 6+ years of relevant securities or general corporate experience, including experience working with technology or food and science companies. A combination of both in-house and major law firm practice experience is preferred. A team player attitude; ability to easily handle multi-tasking between shifting priorities, lead cross-functional groups, and operate in a fast-paced, flexible, culture. A proactive approach to recognizing needs, anticipating issues, and solving problems. Ability to work nights and weekends as needed. High ethical standards; ability to maintain the confidentiality of non-public corporate information. Strong attention to detail and organizational skills. Good foundation in drafting and negotiations. Ability to think strategically and develop creative solutions to novel issues.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# IVHI147900
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Provides support to Senior Corporate Counsel by assisting in the management of outside litigation and other outsourced legal matters as well as assisting with supervision and communication with outside counsel. Prepares and reviews pleadings and other litigation-related documents. Provides sound legal analysis and practical legal advice and solutions to business leaders on laws, regulations, rules and policies related to the operations of the corporation. Provides counsel to various affiliates, business functions, Compliance, high-level management and business leaders. Reviews material contracts, licensing agreements, deeds and leases. Provides support to the Legal Department by conducting research on legal, compliance and other financial industry matters. Assists with research, preparation, implementation and maintenance of Legal Department policies and procedures. Provides legal guidance on banking and commercial law issues including issues relating to check and item processing and deposit and UCC requirements. Provides legal guidance to human resources with regard to employment and benefit related issues. Participates in due diligence reviews in connection with potential acquisition transactions. Performs other related duties and projects as assigned. All employees have the responsibility and the accountability to serve as risk managers for their businesses by understanding, reporting, responding to, managing and monitoring the risk they encounter daily as required by F.N.B. Corporations risk management program. F.N.B. Corporation is committed to achieving superior levels of compliance by adhering to regulatory laws and guidelines. Compliance with regulatory laws and company procedures is a required component of all position descriptions.

Qualifications: JD Degree. Attorney License. 5 Years of Related Experience Required. Excellent project management skills. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Excellent organizational, analytical and interpersonal skills. Excellent customer service skills. Ability to use a personal computer and job-related software. MS Word - Basic Level. MS Excel - Intermediate Level. MS PowerPoint - Basic Level. Experience in a general legal field. Experience in a bank legal field preferred but not required. Firm understanding of applicable compliance laws and regulations.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# TFEI147901
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Provides support to Senior Corporate Counsel by assisting in the management of outside litigation and other outsourced legal matters as well as assisting with supervision and communication with outside counsel. Prepares and reviews pleadings and other litigation-related documents. Provides sound legal analysis and practical legal advice and solutions to business leaders on laws, regulations, rules and policies related to the operations of the corporation. Provides counsel to various affiliates, business functions, Compliance, high-level management and business leaders. Reviews material contracts, licensing agreements, deeds and leases. Provides support to the Legal Department by conducting research on legal, compliance and other financial industry matters. Assists with research, preparation, implementation and maintenance of Legal Department policies and procedures. Provides legal guidance on banking and commercial law issues including issues relating to check and item processing and deposit and UCC requirements. Provides legal guidance to human resources with regard to employment and benefit related issues. Participates in due diligence reviews in connection with potential acquisition transactions. Performs other related duties and projects as assigned. All employees have the responsibility and the accountability to serve as risk managers for their businesses by understanding, reporting, responding to, managing and monitoring the risk they encounter daily as required by F.N.B. Corporations risk management program. F.N.B. Corporation is committed to achieving superior levels of compliance by adhering to regulatory laws and guidelines. Compliance with regulatory laws and company procedures is a required component of all position descriptions.

Qualifications: JD Degree. Attorney License. 5 Years of Related Experience Required. Excellent project management skills. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Excellent organizational, analytical and interpersonal skills. Excellent customer service skills. Ability to use a personal computer and job-related software. MS Word - Basic Level. MS Excel - Intermediate Level. MS PowerPoint - Basic Level. Experience in a general legal field. Experience in a bank legal field preferred. Firm understanding of applicable compliance laws and regulations.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# ZDOB147902
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Responsible for advising internal clients with respect to actual and threatened litigation relating to all aspects of the companys business and identifying opportunities to improve processes and business practices which will mitigate risk and better protect the Company. Providing advice on a full range of litigation and pre-litigation issues, including: Disclosure and reserving issues. Meeting e-discovery obligations (including managing legal holds and document collections). Research and writing, managing outside counsel. Budgeting and reviewing outside counsel invoices. Advising business clients regarding litigation risks and strategy. Negotiating settlements. Developing and presenting training to business partners. Will also include providing insurance-related legal advice in connection with the issuance, administration and distribution of life and annuity products. Operate well in a lean environment and partner with Legal and non-legal peers on a variety of initiatives as needed.

Qualifications: JD degree from accredited law school. Excellent academic credentials. Admission to state and federal bar. 4-8 years of litigation experience. Experience in the financial services or insurance industry strongly preferred. Excellent analytical and organizational skills. Superior oral and written communications skills. Demonstrated commitment to leadership and developing talent. Demonstrated record of attention to detail, sense of urgency, ability to handle substantial workload effectively (i.e., establish priorities, adhere to deadlines). Willingness to partner with colleagues and business partners to contribute to success of the company. Ability to thrive as a team member and individual contributor in a high-performance culture. Provide creative input in culture of continuous improvement with respect to policies and procedures of the Law Department and our business partners. Knowledge of life insurance and annuity products and litigation experience relating to those products desirable.
 
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