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Compliance & Ethics Associate Counsel

Santa Clara CA Compliance & Ethics Associate Counsel Responsibilities: Provide risk-based legal advice relating to financial crime risk, privacy, ethics and information security, and payments compliance. Track new and evolving privacy, compliance, and related laws on a global basis and help drive compliance with them. Assist in the creation and maintenance of compliance programs and effectively communicate them to myriad stakeholders. Help develop and deliver training and guidelines to help business partners understand and address compliance issues as they emerge in development of new products and features. Support privacy and security compliance program, including reviewing and processing customer data requests. Review and consult on privacy and information security provisions in commercial agreements with customers, vendors and other third parties. Assist with AML, information security, privacy, and ethics process reviews and improvements, internal and external audits, and policy creation and implementation. Support responses to user complaints and regulatory inquiries. Support our vendor risk management program including conducting data privacy impact assessments. Support our efforts to improve metrics and data to measure legal team successes and contributions.

Qualifications: Licensed to practice law, in good standing, in at least one state in the United States. 2-3 years' experience practicing in one or more of the following areas at a law firm or in-house legal team: Ethics and Integrity, Privacy and Information Security, Anti-Money Laundering/Export Control. Experience balancing legal risks with business objectives. Work with minimal supervision and are not afraid to ask questions when need help. Positive attitude and high EQ. Specialized knowledge of ethics, privacy/information security, or anti-money laundering law. Experience advising clients with a global footprint. Strong oral and written communication skills, including presentation skills, to explain complex concepts for a variety of audiences. Ability to juggle many projects effectively ?big and small. Good sense of humor.
Legal 2 - 3 Full-time 2020-09-12

Senior Counsel (privacy)

Los Angeles CA Senior Counsel (Privacy) The candidate will advise on internal processes around data privacy and security. Determine appropriate data protection terms in contracts, marketing materials, and company policies. Provide strategic counsel on matters relating to company's player and employee data practices. Monitor, research, and evaluate federal and state legislation, regulatory developments and other risk factors that can affect company's business and operations. Provide strategic advice to business and game teams about legal risks and compliance requirements. Help build out company's internal compliance function across various risk areas and our needs beyond data privacy. Work with the global Legal team to protect the interests of company and its players. Draft, review, and negotiate a variety of commercial agreements including vendor, IP/IT licensing, publishing agreements, entertainment and media licenses, and esports-related operational, streaming, and sponsorship agreements.

The candidate should have 5+ years experience as an attorney at a reputable law firm and company. Strong background and knowledge of privacy law. Experience working at or with a major video game publisher. Other, non-privacy regulatory experience. IAPP certification(s).
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-12

Corporate It Counsel

Atlanta GA Corporate IT Counsel The candidate will be reviewing, drafting and negotiating procurement and supply chain agreements, including sourcing, supply, technology acquisition, in-bound technology licensing, outsourced services, and information security agreements. Provide trusted advisor support to IT personnel, including the contracting team and cyber security and privacy experts. Contribute to the short and long-term courses of action that support the organization's overall vision and mission; balance business, technical, and operational issues when determining a strategy; incorporate knowledge of goals/strategy as well as competitive, customer, supplier, industry, or marketplace trends into strategic plans; capitalize on opportunities and manage risks. Apply knowledge to frame, simplify and solve complex issues; focus on identifying root causes to create solutions in a timely and decisive manner; reconcile conflicting and/or incomplete information to develop solutions. Logically process information to produce insights in a consumable format; aggregate, cleanse, and disseminate data in structured formats to support better business decisions and improved performance. Ensuring compliance with the company's legal, financial and risk management policies and procedures. Develop processes and policies to address legal needs.

Qualifications: Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited college or university. Bar admission in good standing in the U.S., preferably Virginia or Atlanta. Five+ years of complex technology and commercial transaction experience, including supporting a multinational organization's IT procurement team, whether in house or with a prominent law firm. Be a proactive self-starter who is comfortable identifying IT issues, forming and proposing solutions, and following through to ensure proper reporting and implementation. Have experience with international transactions and issues. Demonstrated ability to effectively influence and motivate others along with strong collaboration and project management skills.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-12

General Counsel, Investment Banking And Capital Markets

New York City NY General Counsel, Investment Banking and Capital Markets Responsibilities: Primary responsibility for all legal activity for LatAm BCMA (this includes coverage of the BCMA LatAm desk in NY as well as cross boarder and/or NY law transactions throughout LatAm). Coordination of BCMA Legal and franchise issues with the regional LatAm Legal and business teams. Opportunity to expand coordination role beyond BCMA to all ICG products. Act as a strategic business partner and key advisor to key stakeholders. Set overall strategy, establishing direction for policy development and planning. Represent the firm both internally and externally with clients, government bodies or other organizations, in court, at depositions or at mediations, typically serving at the most senior level as part of the senior management team. Anticipate, evaluate and appropriately respond to developments in local and international environments impacting business policies and assist business to evolve to meet market place and client needs. Appropriately assess risk when business decisions are made, demonstrating particular consideration for the firm's reputation and safeguarding Citigroup, its clients and assets, by driving compliance with applicable laws, rules and regulations, adhering to Policy, applying sound ethical judgment regarding personal behavior, conduct and business practices, and escalating, managing and reporting control issues with transparency, as well as effectively supervise the activity of others and create accountability with those who fail to maintain these standards.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree/University degree or equivalent experience. Master's degree preferred. Bar license in good standing to practice law. 15+ years of experience. Experience in people management. Prior experience leading a team of lawyers. Comprehensive knowledge of local, state and federal laws and practices. Proven analytical and organizational skills. Consistently demonstrate clear and concise written and verbal communication.
Legal 15 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-12

Assistant General Counsel/Banking Attorney

Syracuse NY Assistant General Counsel/Banking Attorney The candidate will advise the General Counsel, senior management and other leaders on a variety of legal issues that arise from the day-to-day operations of a growing publicly-traded community bank. Will be a corporate generalist, with responsibilities including drafting, reviewing, and negotiating contractual agreements; answering internal questions from corporate employees and the branch network; managing litigation; advising on employment-related issues; reviewing and advising on lending transactions; and keeping up-to-date and consulting with the Compliance and Finance team on regulatory questions. Assist the General Counsel with SEC/Nasdaq compliance, corporate governance, and public company-related issues.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctor degree from an accredited law school and a licensed attorney in good standing. Must have 3 years of experience at a major law firm, an in-house legal department of a financial institution or a bank regulatory agency. Working knowledge of federal and New York banking laws and regulations, especially consumer laws and regulations essential. Experience reviewing and negotiating contracts, especially vendor agreements needed. Experience working with public companies is desirable. General working knowledge and experience with loan documents is desirable.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-12

Employment And Compliance Counsel

New York City NY Employment And Compliance Counsel The candidate will work directly with the senior Employment and Compliance Counsel and Human Resources team on human resources legal matters, in the US and globally, duties including: Providing daily counselling on employment-related issues, including recruitment and hiring, compensation and benefits, accommodation requests, leaves of absence, investigations, performance reviews, disciplinary warnings, terminations, workplace safety, immigration, and international assignments; Advising on labor union and labor relations matters including grievance resolution, unfair labor practice charges, arbitrations, and negotiation of collective bargaining and works council agreements; Drafting employment, separation, non-competition, confidentiality, and consulting agreements for global employee base; Advising on and drafting appropriate documentation and policies for reorganizations, severance plans, separation agreements, reductions in force, and mergers and acquisitions; Drafting and advising on human resources policies, programs, procedures and handbooks; Developing and conducting training for HR and management on employment-related issues; and Advising on compensation and employee benefits matters. Manage investigations and litigations, in the US and globally, including: Supporting the company hotline including reviewing, updating, and resolving reports received; Conducting, and/or supervising outside counsel and service providers in conducting confidential investigations of issues including employee relations, anti-corruption, and protection of confidential information and company assets, including travel to do so; Managing benefits, labor, employment, and compliance-related litigations, arbitrations, and agency proceedings from inception to resolution. Ethics & Compliance - Assist in management of corporate ethics and compliance program including investigations, training initiatives and policy oversight and development, including: Drafting, updating, implementing and communicating compliance and crisis management policies; Managing and support compliance program initiatives and global projects; Creating and conducting training on a variety of compliance and anti-corruption topics; and Serving on the Company's Global Compliance Committee and coordinating training and communications efforts.

The candidate must have Juris Doctorate and 4-7 years of significant law firm experience in employment law/compliance field working directly with companies (significant knowledge of NY and NJ employment law a plus). Must have experience counselling clients on employment, compliance, and international matters. Should have experience creating and conducting training modules and formulating policies. Must have superior interpersonal skills and judgment are essential. Should have ability to manage fast-paced workload and add value to multiple projects simultaneously. Should be self-starter who demonstrates project ownership and enjoys working across departments.
Legal 4 - 7 Full-time 2020-09-11

Commercial Contracts Attorney

Cincinnati OH Commercial Contracts Attorney Responsibilities: Prepare, negotiate, and finalize customer-related contracts including CDAs, task orders, master services agreements, and/or other related contracts; Facilitate clear communication, evaluations and reporting of ongoing contract negotiations; Independently review and draft contracts, and assist senior attorneys in negotiation of strategic contracts; Evaluation of legal, financial and business risks associated with contracts in compliance with company policies, in order to protect company interests; and Design and participate in initiatives relating to contract management and compliance.

Qualifications: Juris Doctorate with 2-4 years of contracting experience; Knowledge of relevant Clinical Trial and Contracts Legislation; Excellent communication, negotiation and leadership skills; and Professional demeanor and strong work ethic.
Legal 2 - 4 Full-time 2020-09-11

Senior Counsel - Employment Law

North Chicago IL Senior Counsel - Employment Law The candidate will represent company in response to threatened claims, and before government agencies in employment discrimination and wage claims. Provide legal counsel to clients regarding all employment and labor law issues, including non-competes and trade secrets. Provide employment and labor law support on corporate transactions, restructures, policies, and other employee-related agreements. Support corporate compliance initiatives and HR projects. Provide project direction and supervision of outside counsel on domestic and international matters. Support HR in development of affirmative action plans and goals, and compliance audits. Develop and conduct employment-related training.

The candidate should have JD degree and appropriate licensure to practice law in Illinois. Strong understanding of federal, state and local employment and labor laws. Experience representing clients in government agencies, drafting and negotiating agreements, drafting policies, and employment litigation. Should have 7+ years of practice. In-house experience strongly preferred. Knowledge of pharmaceutical industry and employment/labor law required.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-11

Senior Contracts Counsel

Houston TX Senior Contracts Counsel The candidate will be drafting, review and negotiation of terms and conditions of contracts with clientsin the energy, oil and gas industry. Ability to negotiate complex MSAs and strategic deals with support from the Contracts Lead. Assistance with the terms and conditions of/negotiation of subcontracts in support of the subcontracts function (including more complex flow down terms). Negotiation and drafting of MOUs, bidding agreements, and co-operation agreements under the supervision of the Contracts Lead. Ability to draft and edit documents for compliance with the group-wide Contracting Policy (CP) and to follow the relevant internal contracting policies and processes. Provide contracts input to Business Development for all tenders and proposals. Interface with the Commercial, Tax, Insurance, and Legal Departments and any other functions as appropriate. Assist embedding the financial management framework. Personal safety and working within the provisions and guidelines of the overall Company HSE policies and procedures. Ensure compliance with the Business Ethics Policy. Ensure compliance with the group-wide Contracting Policy (CP). Should have proven track record of performing in a client contract function in a service company environment. The preferred individual will have legal training (US) and experience in the industry, which would allow understanding of and exposure to key contracting principles. Expert knowledge of contract terms, contract principles, and drafting and roll out of contracting policies. Working knowledge of the business Finance and HR systems. Awareness of all relevant corporate and project procedures. Contract experience should cover engineering and construction projects in the oil and gas industry, EPC, and EPCm, preferably in both onshore and offshore environments. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-11

Corporate Counsel, Commercial & Compliance

San Diego CA Corporate Counsel, Commercial & Compliance Duties: Provides legal and business advice and drafting expertise for a broad range of commercial and operational agreements, including non-disclosure, material transfer, supply, manufacturing, equipment, software, leases, distribution, clinical trial, pump training, and provider agreements with health insurance payors and administrators. Works closely with regulatory, sales and marketing groups to review patient and HCP-facing marketing and promotional materials for projects and events. Provides legal support for the Company's expanding international operations, proactively identify related business and legal risks, and collaborate cross-functionally to offer creative solutions to mitigate risks. Supports emergent commercial legal matters on an as-needed basis. Drafts, maintains, and revises compliance policies and procedures. Responds to compliance questions, concerns, and complaints from individuals throughout the organization, as well as external sources. Facilitates third party audits and conducts internal compliance audits to ensure global adherence to legal and compliance policies and procedures. Reviews requests for third party events, HCP arrangements, grants, charitable donations, and similar matters for compliance with laws and internal policies. Partners with business leaders to develop and obtain approval for the annual Needs Assessment, as well as ensure proposed engagements throughout the year fall within scope of identified legitimate business needs. Administers and audits compliance with HCP Interactions Policy, including review of all invoices from and proposed payments to HCPs. Assists attorneys with routine compliance investigations. Supports physician payment disclosure program administration on federal, state, and global levels. Identifies emerging industry and company trends to mitigate compliance risks through preparation and preemptive education. Prepares effective communications to various internal audiences to foster culture of compliance and messaging that succeeds to mitigate and eliminate the risk of healthcare fraud, waste, and abuse. Continuously improves compliance training and communications program. Consults as needed with peers in regulatory, finance, quality, and other departments to ensure compliance with laws and regulations impacting specific company functions. Identifies, recommends, and implements internal controls for appropriate approvals of new contractual commitments to further compliance program objectives. Functions independently and delivers results with minimum supervision. Maintains the confidentiality of Legal Department communications and documentation. Special projects as assigned. Ensures compliance with company policies, including Privacy/HIPAA, and other legal and regulatory requirements.

Qualifications: 3 plus years of relevant legal experience with complex commercial transactions, preferably including at least 1 year of in-house experience with a medical device, pharmaceutical or biotech company. In-depth understanding of the Federal False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute, and Food Drug and Cosmetic Act. Working understanding of international, federal, and state rules and regulations applicable to medical device companies. Experience with and breadth of knowledge related to contract law. Working understanding of clinical trials and related laws, regulations, and agreements. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Ability to operate independently and prioritize effectively while handling substantial and diverse work volume and serving as a key contributor for a rapidly growing organization. High level of integrity supported by sound judgment and ethics. Familiarity with subject matter relevant for key areas of responsibilities. Effective interpersonal skills and presentation styles to interact with diverse audiences, including outside attorneys, senior management, and business associates. Expertise in counseling clients on best practices for commercial, compliance, clinical trial and supply chain functions. Experience negotiating and drafting supply agreements and vendor agreements for critical service providers. Law degree (JD or equivalent) and a license to practice in the state of California, or licensed in another state and registered as In-House Counsel in California.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-11
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Compliance & Ethics Associate Counsel
Refer job# YQZF151757
 
Compliance & Ethics Associate Counsel Responsibilities: Provide risk-based legal advice relating to financial crime risk, privacy, ethics and information security, and payments compliance. Track new and evolving privacy, compliance, and related laws on a global basis and help drive compliance with them. Assist in the creation and maintenance of compliance programs and effectively communicate them to myriad stakeholders. Help develop and deliver training and guidelines to help business partners understand and address compliance issues as they emerge in development of new products and features. Support privacy and security compliance program, including reviewing and processing customer data requests. Review and consult on privacy and information security provisions in commercial agreements with customers, vendors and other third parties. Assist with AML, information security, privacy, and ethics process reviews and improvements, internal and external audits, and policy creation and implementation. Support responses to user complaints and regulatory inquiries. Support our vendor risk management program including conducting data privacy impact assessments. Support our efforts to improve metrics and data to measure legal team successes and contributions.

Qualifications: Licensed to practice law, in good standing, in at least one state in the United States. 2-3 years' experience practicing in one or more of the following areas at a law firm or in-house legal team: Ethics and Integrity, Privacy and Information Security, Anti-Money Laundering/Export Control. Experience balancing legal risks with business objectives. Work with minimal supervision and are not afraid to ask questions when need help. Positive attitude and high EQ. Specialized knowledge of ethics, privacy/information security, or anti-money laundering law. Experience advising clients with a global footprint. Strong oral and written communication skills, including presentation skills, to explain complex concepts for a variety of audiences. Ability to juggle many projects effectively ?big and small. Good sense of humor.
 
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Senior Counsel (privacy)
Refer job# IMCC151758
 
Senior Counsel (Privacy) The candidate will advise on internal processes around data privacy and security. Determine appropriate data protection terms in contracts, marketing materials, and company policies. Provide strategic counsel on matters relating to company's player and employee data practices. Monitor, research, and evaluate federal and state legislation, regulatory developments and other risk factors that can affect company's business and operations. Provide strategic advice to business and game teams about legal risks and compliance requirements. Help build out company's internal compliance function across various risk areas and our needs beyond data privacy. Work with the global Legal team to protect the interests of company and its players. Draft, review, and negotiate a variety of commercial agreements including vendor, IP/IT licensing, publishing agreements, entertainment and media licenses, and esports-related operational, streaming, and sponsorship agreements.

The candidate should have 5+ years experience as an attorney at a reputable law firm and company. Strong background and knowledge of privacy law. Experience working at or with a major video game publisher. Other, non-privacy regulatory experience. IAPP certification(s).
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate It Counsel
Refer job# PVYJ151759
 
Corporate IT Counsel The candidate will be reviewing, drafting and negotiating procurement and supply chain agreements, including sourcing, supply, technology acquisition, in-bound technology licensing, outsourced services, and information security agreements. Provide trusted advisor support to IT personnel, including the contracting team and cyber security and privacy experts. Contribute to the short and long-term courses of action that support the organization's overall vision and mission; balance business, technical, and operational issues when determining a strategy; incorporate knowledge of goals/strategy as well as competitive, customer, supplier, industry, or marketplace trends into strategic plans; capitalize on opportunities and manage risks. Apply knowledge to frame, simplify and solve complex issues; focus on identifying root causes to create solutions in a timely and decisive manner; reconcile conflicting and/or incomplete information to develop solutions. Logically process information to produce insights in a consumable format; aggregate, cleanse, and disseminate data in structured formats to support better business decisions and improved performance. Ensuring compliance with the company's legal, financial and risk management policies and procedures. Develop processes and policies to address legal needs.

Qualifications: Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited college or university. Bar admission in good standing in the U.S., preferably Virginia or Atlanta. Five+ years of complex technology and commercial transaction experience, including supporting a multinational organization's IT procurement team, whether in house or with a prominent law firm. Be a proactive self-starter who is comfortable identifying IT issues, forming and proposing solutions, and following through to ensure proper reporting and implementation. Have experience with international transactions and issues. Demonstrated ability to effectively influence and motivate others along with strong collaboration and project management skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
General Counsel, Investment Banking And Capital Markets
Refer job# WOBJ151760
 
General Counsel, Investment Banking and Capital Markets Responsibilities: Primary responsibility for all legal activity for LatAm BCMA (this includes coverage of the BCMA LatAm desk in NY as well as cross boarder and/or NY law transactions throughout LatAm). Coordination of BCMA Legal and franchise issues with the regional LatAm Legal and business teams. Opportunity to expand coordination role beyond BCMA to all ICG products. Act as a strategic business partner and key advisor to key stakeholders. Set overall strategy, establishing direction for policy development and planning. Represent the firm both internally and externally with clients, government bodies or other organizations, in court, at depositions or at mediations, typically serving at the most senior level as part of the senior management team. Anticipate, evaluate and appropriately respond to developments in local and international environments impacting business policies and assist business to evolve to meet market place and client needs. Appropriately assess risk when business decisions are made, demonstrating particular consideration for the firm's reputation and safeguarding Citigroup, its clients and assets, by driving compliance with applicable laws, rules and regulations, adhering to Policy, applying sound ethical judgment regarding personal behavior, conduct and business practices, and escalating, managing and reporting control issues with transparency, as well as effectively supervise the activity of others and create accountability with those who fail to maintain these standards.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree/University degree or equivalent experience. Master's degree preferred. Bar license in good standing to practice law. 15+ years of experience. Experience in people management. Prior experience leading a team of lawyers. Comprehensive knowledge of local, state and federal laws and practices. Proven analytical and organizational skills. Consistently demonstrate clear and concise written and verbal communication.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Assistant General Counsel/Banking Attorney
Refer job# KLGH151761
 
Assistant General Counsel/Banking Attorney The candidate will advise the General Counsel, senior management and other leaders on a variety of legal issues that arise from the day-to-day operations of a growing publicly-traded community bank. Will be a corporate generalist, with responsibilities including drafting, reviewing, and negotiating contractual agreements; answering internal questions from corporate employees and the branch network; managing litigation; advising on employment-related issues; reviewing and advising on lending transactions; and keeping up-to-date and consulting with the Compliance and Finance team on regulatory questions. Assist the General Counsel with SEC/Nasdaq compliance, corporate governance, and public company-related issues.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctor degree from an accredited law school and a licensed attorney in good standing. Must have 3 years of experience at a major law firm, an in-house legal department of a financial institution or a bank regulatory agency. Working knowledge of federal and New York banking laws and regulations, especially consumer laws and regulations essential. Experience reviewing and negotiating contracts, especially vendor agreements needed. Experience working with public companies is desirable. General working knowledge and experience with loan documents is desirable.
 
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Employment And Compliance Counsel
Refer job# SZWH151693
 
Employment And Compliance Counsel The candidate will work directly with the senior Employment and Compliance Counsel and Human Resources team on human resources legal matters, in the US and globally, duties including: Providing daily counselling on employment-related issues, including recruitment and hiring, compensation and benefits, accommodation requests, leaves of absence, investigations, performance reviews, disciplinary warnings, terminations, workplace safety, immigration, and international assignments; Advising on labor union and labor relations matters including grievance resolution, unfair labor practice charges, arbitrations, and negotiation of collective bargaining and works council agreements; Drafting employment, separation, non-competition, confidentiality, and consulting agreements for global employee base; Advising on and drafting appropriate documentation and policies for reorganizations, severance plans, separation agreements, reductions in force, and mergers and acquisitions; Drafting and advising on human resources policies, programs, procedures and handbooks; Developing and conducting training for HR and management on employment-related issues; and Advising on compensation and employee benefits matters. Manage investigations and litigations, in the US and globally, including: Supporting the company hotline including reviewing, updating, and resolving reports received; Conducting, and/or supervising outside counsel and service providers in conducting confidential investigations of issues including employee relations, anti-corruption, and protection of confidential information and company assets, including travel to do so; Managing benefits, labor, employment, and compliance-related litigations, arbitrations, and agency proceedings from inception to resolution. Ethics & Compliance - Assist in management of corporate ethics and compliance program including investigations, training initiatives and policy oversight and development, including: Drafting, updating, implementing and communicating compliance and crisis management policies; Managing and support compliance program initiatives and global projects; Creating and conducting training on a variety of compliance and anti-corruption topics; and Serving on the Company's Global Compliance Committee and coordinating training and communications efforts.

The candidate must have Juris Doctorate and 4-7 years of significant law firm experience in employment law/compliance field working directly with companies (significant knowledge of NY and NJ employment law a plus). Must have experience counselling clients on employment, compliance, and international matters. Should have experience creating and conducting training modules and formulating policies. Must have superior interpersonal skills and judgment are essential. Should have ability to manage fast-paced workload and add value to multiple projects simultaneously. Should be self-starter who demonstrates project ownership and enjoys working across departments.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Commercial Contracts Attorney
Refer job# CNQG151694
 
Commercial Contracts Attorney Responsibilities: Prepare, negotiate, and finalize customer-related contracts including CDAs, task orders, master services agreements, and/or other related contracts; Facilitate clear communication, evaluations and reporting of ongoing contract negotiations; Independently review and draft contracts, and assist senior attorneys in negotiation of strategic contracts; Evaluation of legal, financial and business risks associated with contracts in compliance with company policies, in order to protect company interests; and Design and participate in initiatives relating to contract management and compliance.

Qualifications: Juris Doctorate with 2-4 years of contracting experience; Knowledge of relevant Clinical Trial and Contracts Legislation; Excellent communication, negotiation and leadership skills; and Professional demeanor and strong work ethic.
 
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Senior Counsel - Employment Law
Refer job# JZBT151695
 
Senior Counsel - Employment Law The candidate will represent company in response to threatened claims, and before government agencies in employment discrimination and wage claims. Provide legal counsel to clients regarding all employment and labor law issues, including non-competes and trade secrets. Provide employment and labor law support on corporate transactions, restructures, policies, and other employee-related agreements. Support corporate compliance initiatives and HR projects. Provide project direction and supervision of outside counsel on domestic and international matters. Support HR in development of affirmative action plans and goals, and compliance audits. Develop and conduct employment-related training.

The candidate should have JD degree and appropriate licensure to practice law in Illinois. Strong understanding of federal, state and local employment and labor laws. Experience representing clients in government agencies, drafting and negotiating agreements, drafting policies, and employment litigation. Should have 7+ years of practice. In-house experience strongly preferred. Knowledge of pharmaceutical industry and employment/labor law required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Contracts Counsel
Refer job# WASF151696
 
Senior Contracts Counsel The candidate will be drafting, review and negotiation of terms and conditions of contracts with clientsin the energy, oil and gas industry. Ability to negotiate complex MSAs and strategic deals with support from the Contracts Lead. Assistance with the terms and conditions of/negotiation of subcontracts in support of the subcontracts function (including more complex flow down terms). Negotiation and drafting of MOUs, bidding agreements, and co-operation agreements under the supervision of the Contracts Lead. Ability to draft and edit documents for compliance with the group-wide Contracting Policy (CP) and to follow the relevant internal contracting policies and processes. Provide contracts input to Business Development for all tenders and proposals. Interface with the Commercial, Tax, Insurance, and Legal Departments and any other functions as appropriate. Assist embedding the financial management framework. Personal safety and working within the provisions and guidelines of the overall Company HSE policies and procedures. Ensure compliance with the Business Ethics Policy. Ensure compliance with the group-wide Contracting Policy (CP). Should have proven track record of performing in a client contract function in a service company environment. The preferred individual will have legal training (US) and experience in the industry, which would allow understanding of and exposure to key contracting principles. Expert knowledge of contract terms, contract principles, and drafting and roll out of contracting policies. Working knowledge of the business Finance and HR systems. Awareness of all relevant corporate and project procedures. Contract experience should cover engineering and construction projects in the oil and gas industry, EPC, and EPCm, preferably in both onshore and offshore environments.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Commercial & Compliance
Refer job# YQUO151697
 
Corporate Counsel, Commercial & Compliance Duties: Provides legal and business advice and drafting expertise for a broad range of commercial and operational agreements, including non-disclosure, material transfer, supply, manufacturing, equipment, software, leases, distribution, clinical trial, pump training, and provider agreements with health insurance payors and administrators. Works closely with regulatory, sales and marketing groups to review patient and HCP-facing marketing and promotional materials for projects and events. Provides legal support for the Company's expanding international operations, proactively identify related business and legal risks, and collaborate cross-functionally to offer creative solutions to mitigate risks. Supports emergent commercial legal matters on an as-needed basis. Drafts, maintains, and revises compliance policies and procedures. Responds to compliance questions, concerns, and complaints from individuals throughout the organization, as well as external sources. Facilitates third party audits and conducts internal compliance audits to ensure global adherence to legal and compliance policies and procedures. Reviews requests for third party events, HCP arrangements, grants, charitable donations, and similar matters for compliance with laws and internal policies. Partners with business leaders to develop and obtain approval for the annual Needs Assessment, as well as ensure proposed engagements throughout the year fall within scope of identified legitimate business needs. Administers and audits compliance with HCP Interactions Policy, including review of all invoices from and proposed payments to HCPs. Assists attorneys with routine compliance investigations. Supports physician payment disclosure program administration on federal, state, and global levels. Identifies emerging industry and company trends to mitigate compliance risks through preparation and preemptive education. Prepares effective communications to various internal audiences to foster culture of compliance and messaging that succeeds to mitigate and eliminate the risk of healthcare fraud, waste, and abuse. Continuously improves compliance training and communications program. Consults as needed with peers in regulatory, finance, quality, and other departments to ensure compliance with laws and regulations impacting specific company functions. Identifies, recommends, and implements internal controls for appropriate approvals of new contractual commitments to further compliance program objectives. Functions independently and delivers results with minimum supervision. Maintains the confidentiality of Legal Department communications and documentation. Special projects as assigned. Ensures compliance with company policies, including Privacy/HIPAA, and other legal and regulatory requirements.

Qualifications: 3 plus years of relevant legal experience with complex commercial transactions, preferably including at least 1 year of in-house experience with a medical device, pharmaceutical or biotech company. In-depth understanding of the Federal False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute, and Food Drug and Cosmetic Act. Working understanding of international, federal, and state rules and regulations applicable to medical device companies. Experience with and breadth of knowledge related to contract law. Working understanding of clinical trials and related laws, regulations, and agreements. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Ability to operate independently and prioritize effectively while handling substantial and diverse work volume and serving as a key contributor for a rapidly growing organization. High level of integrity supported by sound judgment and ethics. Familiarity with subject matter relevant for key areas of responsibilities. Effective interpersonal skills and presentation styles to interact with diverse audiences, including outside attorneys, senior management, and business associates. Expertise in counseling clients on best practices for commercial, compliance, clinical trial and supply chain functions. Experience negotiating and drafting supply agreements and vendor agreements for critical service providers. Law degree (JD or equivalent) and a license to practice in the state of California, or licensed in another state and registered as In-House Counsel in California.
 
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