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Senior Corporate Counsel - Labor and Employment

Sunrise FL Senior Corporate Counsel - Labor and Employment The candidate will be responsible for all labor and employment related legal matters including, immigration visa related matters for professional staff, EEOC matters, Human Rights Commission (HRC) matters, employee inquiries/investigations, employee pre-litigation matters, disciplinary actions, mediations and arbitrations. Will provide legal support for human resources (HR) on labor and employment issues, including EEOC and HRC matters, to include drafting statements of position. Respond to labor and employment related demand letters. Stay abreast of changes in states laws that affect the business and its employed professionals and other employees. Advise, counsel and train HR on various labor and employment law issues. Provide support to the CLO on all labor and employment related litigation. Attend as requested, mediations and arbitrations in conjunction with the CLO. Provide day to day advice to the company on legal labor and employment related matters. Conduct employee interviews and investigations. Provide guidance on all immigration visa matters impacting the company and its employed professionals.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor degree from an ABA-accredited institution. Must have 10 years of legal experience in a law firm or in-house setting with an emphasis on labor and employment law. Must be member in good standing of the Florida Bar or an ability to obtain Authorized Inhouse Counsel status in the state of Florida. Must have working knowledge of labor and employment matters for a healthcare employer. Knowledge of state employment laws outside the state of Florida is a plus. Possess research, analytical, organizational and computer skills. Must be able to work independently, but within a team framework. Must have strong communication skills and be extremely responsive.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-25

Vice President, Corporate Counsel

Jacksonville FL Vice President, Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide comprehensive, timely, and high-quality legal services associated with the acquisition and use of a wide-variety of vendor goods and services, with a key focus on technology acquisition and use agreements. Position requires extensive contract drafting and negotiation. Will also provide legal advice on technology-related issues such as open source software, software audits, technology consortiums, and software deployment in third party cloud environments. Draft and negotiate complex agreements, with a focus on all types of technology acquisition and use agreements (such as software-as-a- service, software licensing, hardware acquisition, telecom services, and information technology consulting arrangements), as well as general vendor agreements for other goods and services (such as management consulting, tax and audit services, advertising services (custom content, influencer and advertising network), travel arrangements, and health care benefits). Draft and negotiate information technology outsourcing (ITO) and business process outsourcing (BPO) agreements and related complex statements of work and exhibits. Coordinate input on contract matters from company's internal subject matter experts in Tax, Labor and Employment, Risk Management, Intellectual Property, Privacy and Security, Insurance, Government Affairs, Records Law Executives, and Vendor Governance. Counsel business personnel on complex contract and legal issues and facilitating timely risk decision processes to finalize contract matters and identify relevant risk mitigation strategies. Supervise paralegals and contract analysts who are negotiating low risk contracts (such as trial evaluation agreements, non-disclosure agreements, and speaker/training agreements), researching contract issues, and digesting contract clauses for technology implementations, M&A transactions, and IPO/PBO transactions. Assist the business areas with negotiating pricing and discount arrangements.

The candidate must have 7+ years of vendor contract and/or technology law experience at a law firm and/or in house legal department. Should have ability to research, prepare legal documents and provide advice to the client. Should also have ability to explain complex contract issues and terms in everyday language. Excellent writing and contract drafting skills are required. Good working knowledge of the information technology business, services and products within the financial services industry is needed. Must have the ability to negotiate and draft complex contracts for acquisition of technology and complex services, including the ability to construct business and financial terms of transactions in addition to legal terms. Experience with MS 365, Excel, DocuSign, and online vendor contract management systems essential.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-25

Senior Director, Corporate Counsel Employment And Labor

Boca Raton FL Senior Director, Corporate Counsel Employment And Labor The candidate responsibilities will include: Manages outside counsel in single party employment litigation claims to insure result oriented, cost-effective results. Drafts and amends legal documents (e.g., contracts, response to demand letters, position statements or legal memoranda). Counsels management on legal requirements, corporate polices and procedures, best practices and strategies for managing litigation and risk exposure. Continuously identifies and implements process improvements in the delivery of legal services. Manages and provides strategic advice and assessment of non-compete, non-solicitation and confidentiality agreements. Develops strong partnerships with internal clients and cross-functional areas to achieve successful business outcomes. Develops and delivers training on various legal issues to client groups. May advise on labor issues including organizing efforts and collective bargaining agreements. Performs other duties as assigned. Must have Graduation from an accredited law school with J.D. with a strong academic record, admission to at least one state bar. Should have 10+ years for professional legal experience. Must have substantial relevant subject matter experience required in one or more of the following fields: wage and hour compliance, OFCCP compliance, labor organizing campaigns and negotiation of mandatory bargaining issues, ADA, ADEA, FMLA, Title VII, regulatory compliance, contracts, regulatory compliance, and employment or labor litigation. Exercise independent judgment in determining when supervisory input is necessary. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-19

Inhouse Litigation Attorney (senior-level)

Fort Lauderdale FL Inhouse Litigation Attorney (Senior-Level) The candidate will identify, develop and prosecute claims against responsible third parties throughout Florida ranging from products liability to general negligence actions. Essential Job Functions: Evaluate/investigate new matters; Prepare complaints; Legal research; Motion practice; Depositions; Mediation; Trial support. Must possess a Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school and be admitted to the practice of law by the Florida State Bar. Should have 4+ years of civil litigation experience. Experience in subrogation, products liability, construction defect, plaintiffs practice and/or insurance is a plus. Must be able to manage a large caseload, be proactive and have strong negotiating skills. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-16

Inhouse Litigation Attorney (mid-level)

Fort Lauderdale FL Inhouse Litigation Attorney (Mid-Level) The candidate will identify, develop and prosecute claims against responsible third parties throughout Florida ranging from products liability to general negligence actions. Essential Job Functions include: Evaluate/investigate new matters; Prepare complaints; Legal research; Motion practice; Depositions; Mediation; Trial support. Must possess a Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school and be admitted to the practice of law by the Florida State Bar. Should have 2+ years of civil litigation experience. Experience in subrogation, products liability, construction defect, plaintiffs practice and/or insurance is a plus. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-16

UHNW Tax & Estate Planning Attorney

Miami FL UHNW Tax & Estate Planning Attorney Duties: Helping Private Wealth Advisors (PWAs), and other Financial Advisors (FAs) with UHNW clients, identify appropriate client opportunities for Family Office Resources (FOR). Managing the end-to-end advisor and client experience of FOR Resources. Coordinating comprehensive and integrated planning across teams of FOR specialists, and across divisions, to address each clients unique and evolving needs (e.g., family dynamics; philanthropic and charitable planning; business succession planning; cash flow modeling and liquidity management; estate, gift, and generation skipping tax planning; income tax planning; retirement and educational tax planning; asset protection and risk management; executive compensation and benefits). Working with regional and local branch management to identify and support business development initiatives around UHNW clients and prospects. Proactively engaging and building relationships with advisors and clients who do not engage FOR today, but may benefit from FOR capabilities. Keeping current all client relationship management (CRM) data and dossiers across FOR. Acting as a and FOR ambassador by making presentations at various internal and external forums. Participating in client VIP and recruit meetings.

Qualifications: Advanced degrees (e.g., JD Degree) required. Series 7 and 66 required, 24 preferred. 10+ years industry experience. Experience in working with ultra-high net worth individuals with a net worth of 10M or more is required (e.g., SFO or MFO professional; private bank professional; trust, tax & estate attorney or accountant, etc.). Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills. Extensive travel required.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-16

In-house Employment Counsel

Melbourne FL In-House Employment Counsel Duties: Provide practical and business-oriented legal advice and counseling on a range of employment issues, including: hiring, performance management, employee relations, terminations, leaves of absence and accommodations, wage and hour, internal investigations, compensation, benefits, and privacy. Develop, draft and implement a variety of workplace policies, employee training and employment-related templates and agreements in collaboration with Human Resources and other functions as appropriate. Investigate and respond to federal and state administrative complaints (including EEOC charges). Oversee, direct and provide employment advice with respect to internal investigations. Investigate, negotiate and resolve pre-litigation claims and administrative charges, and serve as subject matter expert for employment litigation matters. Collaborate with local counsel to advise Human Resources and management on international employment issues. Advise Human Resources and management to ensure compliance with U.S. federal executive orders and Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) regulations. Manage employment related litigation, including responding to attorney demand letters, effectively negotiating resolution of claims, and making recommendations to Human Resources and senior management on corrective action. Actively monitor employment law changes, to ensure policies and practices are compliant

Qualifications: JD degree from an accredited law school, Bar admission in the US, 10 years experience in employment law, or in a combination of employment and benefits law. Should preferably have hands on experience representing clients before employment administrative agencies and/or state and federal courts. Top-tier law firm and/or in-house experience in a public company preferred, but not required. Possess strong client-relations and interpersonal skills, as well as excellent judgment and superior written and oral communication and analytical skills.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-11

Corporate Counsel

Boca Raton FL Corporate Counsel The candidate will serve as a legal counsel to UPM and will support the Chief Legal Officer (CLO) in advising its senior management team. Will be responsible for providing practical legal advice to the companys business operations and corporate leaders, corporate governance and M&A, with an emphasis on deals. Will be expected to: Follow best practices and processes and introduce them, if necessary. Drive change in the business through legal expertise in operations and M&A. Make improvements to standard approaches. Share expertise widely. Support the CLO in enhancing the in-house legal function to manage all legal affairs - a preference for candidates with strong healthcare. Assist the CLO in providing legal support to corporate functions. Provide M&A support, including due diligence on legal and regulatory. Assist the CLO with the compliance. Assist the CLO in developing a risk management program including litigation management. Provide legal support to physician group care centers. Must have healthcare experience on the provider side in addition to expertise in the following areas: business transactions, contract negotiation and drafting, and other commercial matters. Experience with physician practice management is desired. Should have 4+ years of relevant legal experience ideally serving as an in-house Counsel in a similarly-sized or larger company in the healthcare industry on the provider side. Law firm candidates without prior in-house experience will be considered. Experience with healthcare regulatory matters, corporate transactions, and complex commercial transactions is required. Must be a member of the bar Florida or qualify for the authorized house counsel exception. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-09

Intellectual Property Counsel

Melbourne FL Intellectual Property Counsel Duties: Provide legal advice and guidance on government IP rights, data rights, and doing business with the U.S. Government. Manage within established budgets, the patent acquisition process, including selecting and managing outside counsel, disclosing inventions, conducting patentability investigations, managing the filing, prosecuting, issuing and maintaining patent applications and patents, domestically and internationally in coordination with Corporate international resources. Assist the transfer of technology from L3Harris to another entity including providing leadership to the business team in drafting and negotiating technology licenses. Where appropriate, manage the trademark process at firm, including the acquisition of trademarks, advising and training on mark selection and use, conducting right to use investigations, and filing, prosecuting, issuing and monitoring trademark applications and registrations. Where appropriate, enforce intellectual property rights through investigation of competitors products, through negotiation of favorable intellectual property licenses or through litigation. Participate in mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and other business ventures as it pertains to intellectual property. Manage third party claims alleging infringement by products or services, including conducting and/or managing infringement and validity investigations, negotiating favorable intellectual property licenses, if warranted and necessary, and defending in intellectual property litigation. Maintain up to date knowledge of technology. Be responsive to customers and meet promised deadlines for rendering advice or preparing documents and be available when called on by management and staff. Pro actively anticipate legal issues before they become problems by practicing preventive law and by early involvement. Provide guidance and advice as it relates to respecting the IP rights of third parties. Provide training and written guidelines on the acquisition and preservation of intellectual property rights.

Qualifications: Juris Doctor Degree from an accredited law school and a current license to practice before a state bar is required. Should have 7 years of legal experience in a similar in-house position or equivalent law firm experience. Admission to the United States Patent Bar. In-house law experience is preferred Government IP contracts experience is preferred.Strong work ethic and demonstrated ability to manage a high-volume workload with minimal supervision is preferred. Strong academic credentials. Membership to the Florida Bar is a plus.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-09

Corporate/regulatory Counsel

Miami FL Corporate/Regulatory Counsel The candidate responsible for assisting management with all legal and regulatory issues while providing guidance and direction to senior management and the Board of Directors that reflects sound judgment, strategic vision, and substantive legal knowledge and expertise. Assigns legal work to in-house counsel and manages Legal Services Department. Directs all aspects of litigation of claims against the Health System, including patient care injury, contract, environmental, discrimination, and workers' compensation claims. Drafts pleadings, briefs, and legal memoranda, conducts discovery and depositions. Represents the Health System on trials and hearings. Ensures maximum protection of the organizations legal rights utilizing broad familiarity with most major legal disciplines. Handles claims by the Health System, including property damage subrogation claims and collection. In support of NCHS strategic initiatives, Leaders must effectively manage the Performance Pillar Metrics on their Monthly Scorecard. Regular rounding is critical to gathering feedback and making effective decisions that will improve leader's metrics on their Monthly Scorecard. Interact with members of the Health System community, legal profession, officials of state and federal government, and others as assigned by the Vice President and CEO. Understanding of and adhere to the Code of Business and Legal Conduct, the Ethics and Compliance Program, and the no retaliation policies. Complies with all laws regulations and Health System policies governing the delivery of quality health care services to include but not limited to all DNV-GL. Oversees the litigation management, licensing, and accreditation and employment counseling/litigation. Provides legal support and advice to Senior Leadership and the Board of Directors. Recommends changes to policies and practices to comply with new legal requirements. Ensures legal policies and documentation are in place to support the business from a financial and regulatory perspective; monitor the effectiveness of legal risk controls and identify and remedy control gaps. Represents the Health System in civil litigation and administrative hearings held by local, state, and federal agencies; performs all phases of pretrial, trial, and appellate work. Researches legal issues and statutory and case law; drafts and reviews opinions, resolutions, contracts, leases, deeds and other legal documents and instruments. Supervises and coordinates the activities of outside legal counsel retained by the Health System for one or more specialized types of litigation. Work with government and regulatory legal team to interpret regulatory orders and provide compliance advice. Juris Doctorate Law Degree from an accredited US Law School is required. FL Bar - Attorney Florida Bar License is required. Must have 7-10 years experience as a practicing lawyer, in-house experience at a healthcare provider. Experience in the areas of corporate governance, hospital operations, physician practice operations, risk management, litigation management, and labor and employment is required. Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2019-07-27
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Regulatory Counsel
In-House,vitaMedMD, LLC
Location : Boca Raton, FL, United States

Regulatory Counsel Duties: Reviews, analyzes and keeps current on federal and state and international legal developments, affecting the pharmaceutical industry, and advises clients accordingly, including without limitation FDCA, PDMA, OIG Guidance,... + read more

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VP & Senior Counsel
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Senior Corporate Counsel - Labor and Employment
Refer job# JYJO145647
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Labor and Employment The candidate will be responsible for all labor and employment related legal matters including, immigration visa related matters for professional staff, EEOC matters, Human Rights Commission (HRC) matters, employee inquiries/investigations, employee pre-litigation matters, disciplinary actions, mediations and arbitrations. Will provide legal support for human resources (HR) on labor and employment issues, including EEOC and HRC matters, to include drafting statements of position. Respond to labor and employment related demand letters. Stay abreast of changes in states laws that affect the business and its employed professionals and other employees. Advise, counsel and train HR on various labor and employment law issues. Provide support to the CLO on all labor and employment related litigation. Attend as requested, mediations and arbitrations in conjunction with the CLO. Provide day to day advice to the company on legal labor and employment related matters. Conduct employee interviews and investigations. Provide guidance on all immigration visa matters impacting the company and its employed professionals.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor degree from an ABA-accredited institution. Must have 10 years of legal experience in a law firm or in-house setting with an emphasis on labor and employment law. Must be member in good standing of the Florida Bar or an ability to obtain Authorized Inhouse Counsel status in the state of Florida. Must have working knowledge of labor and employment matters for a healthcare employer. Knowledge of state employment laws outside the state of Florida is a plus. Possess research, analytical, organizational and computer skills. Must be able to work independently, but within a team framework. Must have strong communication skills and be extremely responsive.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Vice President, Corporate Counsel
Refer job# NHHB145650
 
Vice President, Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide comprehensive, timely, and high-quality legal services associated with the acquisition and use of a wide-variety of vendor goods and services, with a key focus on technology acquisition and use agreements. Position requires extensive contract drafting and negotiation. Will also provide legal advice on technology-related issues such as open source software, software audits, technology consortiums, and software deployment in third party cloud environments. Draft and negotiate complex agreements, with a focus on all types of technology acquisition and use agreements (such as software-as-a- service, software licensing, hardware acquisition, telecom services, and information technology consulting arrangements), as well as general vendor agreements for other goods and services (such as management consulting, tax and audit services, advertising services (custom content, influencer and advertising network), travel arrangements, and health care benefits). Draft and negotiate information technology outsourcing (ITO) and business process outsourcing (BPO) agreements and related complex statements of work and exhibits. Coordinate input on contract matters from company's internal subject matter experts in Tax, Labor and Employment, Risk Management, Intellectual Property, Privacy and Security, Insurance, Government Affairs, Records Law Executives, and Vendor Governance. Counsel business personnel on complex contract and legal issues and facilitating timely risk decision processes to finalize contract matters and identify relevant risk mitigation strategies. Supervise paralegals and contract analysts who are negotiating low risk contracts (such as trial evaluation agreements, non-disclosure agreements, and speaker/training agreements), researching contract issues, and digesting contract clauses for technology implementations, M&A transactions, and IPO/PBO transactions. Assist the business areas with negotiating pricing and discount arrangements.

The candidate must have 7+ years of vendor contract and/or technology law experience at a law firm and/or in house legal department. Should have ability to research, prepare legal documents and provide advice to the client. Should also have ability to explain complex contract issues and terms in everyday language. Excellent writing and contract drafting skills are required. Good working knowledge of the information technology business, services and products within the financial services industry is needed. Must have the ability to negotiate and draft complex contracts for acquisition of technology and complex services, including the ability to construct business and financial terms of transactions in addition to legal terms. Experience with MS 365, Excel, DocuSign, and online vendor contract management systems essential.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Director, Corporate Counsel Employment And Labor
Refer job# DXTO145572
 
Senior Director, Corporate Counsel Employment And Labor The candidate responsibilities will include: Manages outside counsel in single party employment litigation claims to insure result oriented, cost-effective results. Drafts and amends legal documents (e.g., contracts, response to demand letters, position statements or legal memoranda). Counsels management on legal requirements, corporate polices and procedures, best practices and strategies for managing litigation and risk exposure. Continuously identifies and implements process improvements in the delivery of legal services. Manages and provides strategic advice and assessment of non-compete, non-solicitation and confidentiality agreements. Develops strong partnerships with internal clients and cross-functional areas to achieve successful business outcomes. Develops and delivers training on various legal issues to client groups. May advise on labor issues including organizing efforts and collective bargaining agreements. Performs other duties as assigned. Must have Graduation from an accredited law school with J.D. with a strong academic record, admission to at least one state bar. Should have 10+ years for professional legal experience. Must have substantial relevant subject matter experience required in one or more of the following fields: wage and hour compliance, OFCCP compliance, labor organizing campaigns and negotiation of mandatory bargaining issues, ADA, ADEA, FMLA, Title VII, regulatory compliance, contracts, regulatory compliance, and employment or labor litigation. Exercise independent judgment in determining when supervisory input is necessary.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Inhouse Litigation Attorney (senior-level)
Refer job# CXMA145550
 
Inhouse Litigation Attorney (Senior-Level) The candidate will identify, develop and prosecute claims against responsible third parties throughout Florida ranging from products liability to general negligence actions. Essential Job Functions: Evaluate/investigate new matters; Prepare complaints; Legal research; Motion practice; Depositions; Mediation; Trial support. Must possess a Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school and be admitted to the practice of law by the Florida State Bar. Should have 4+ years of civil litigation experience. Experience in subrogation, products liability, construction defect, plaintiffs practice and/or insurance is a plus. Must be able to manage a large caseload, be proactive and have strong negotiating skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Inhouse Litigation Attorney (mid-level)
Refer job# YECE145551
 
Inhouse Litigation Attorney (Mid-Level) The candidate will identify, develop and prosecute claims against responsible third parties throughout Florida ranging from products liability to general negligence actions. Essential Job Functions include: Evaluate/investigate new matters; Prepare complaints; Legal research; Motion practice; Depositions; Mediation; Trial support. Must possess a Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school and be admitted to the practice of law by the Florida State Bar. Should have 2+ years of civil litigation experience. Experience in subrogation, products liability, construction defect, plaintiffs practice and/or insurance is a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
UHNW Tax & Estate Planning Attorney
Refer job# GYSN145555
 
UHNW Tax & Estate Planning Attorney Duties: Helping Private Wealth Advisors (PWAs), and other Financial Advisors (FAs) with UHNW clients, identify appropriate client opportunities for Family Office Resources (FOR). Managing the end-to-end advisor and client experience of FOR Resources. Coordinating comprehensive and integrated planning across teams of FOR specialists, and across divisions, to address each clients unique and evolving needs (e.g., family dynamics; philanthropic and charitable planning; business succession planning; cash flow modeling and liquidity management; estate, gift, and generation skipping tax planning; income tax planning; retirement and educational tax planning; asset protection and risk management; executive compensation and benefits). Working with regional and local branch management to identify and support business development initiatives around UHNW clients and prospects. Proactively engaging and building relationships with advisors and clients who do not engage FOR today, but may benefit from FOR capabilities. Keeping current all client relationship management (CRM) data and dossiers across FOR. Acting as a and FOR ambassador by making presentations at various internal and external forums. Participating in client VIP and recruit meetings.

Qualifications: Advanced degrees (e.g., JD Degree) required. Series 7 and 66 required, 24 preferred. 10+ years industry experience. Experience in working with ultra-high net worth individuals with a net worth of 10M or more is required (e.g., SFO or MFO professional; private bank professional; trust, tax & estate attorney or accountant, etc.). Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills. Extensive travel required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
In-house Employment Counsel
Refer job# KLHV145509
 
In-House Employment Counsel Duties: Provide practical and business-oriented legal advice and counseling on a range of employment issues, including: hiring, performance management, employee relations, terminations, leaves of absence and accommodations, wage and hour, internal investigations, compensation, benefits, and privacy. Develop, draft and implement a variety of workplace policies, employee training and employment-related templates and agreements in collaboration with Human Resources and other functions as appropriate. Investigate and respond to federal and state administrative complaints (including EEOC charges). Oversee, direct and provide employment advice with respect to internal investigations. Investigate, negotiate and resolve pre-litigation claims and administrative charges, and serve as subject matter expert for employment litigation matters. Collaborate with local counsel to advise Human Resources and management on international employment issues. Advise Human Resources and management to ensure compliance with U.S. federal executive orders and Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) regulations. Manage employment related litigation, including responding to attorney demand letters, effectively negotiating resolution of claims, and making recommendations to Human Resources and senior management on corrective action. Actively monitor employment law changes, to ensure policies and practices are compliant

Qualifications: JD degree from an accredited law school, Bar admission in the US, 10 years experience in employment law, or in a combination of employment and benefits law. Should preferably have hands on experience representing clients before employment administrative agencies and/or state and federal courts. Top-tier law firm and/or in-house experience in a public company preferred, but not required. Possess strong client-relations and interpersonal skills, as well as excellent judgment and superior written and oral communication and analytical skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# ZACW145479
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will serve as a legal counsel to UPM and will support the Chief Legal Officer (CLO) in advising its senior management team. Will be responsible for providing practical legal advice to the companys business operations and corporate leaders, corporate governance and M&A, with an emphasis on deals. Will be expected to: Follow best practices and processes and introduce them, if necessary. Drive change in the business through legal expertise in operations and M&A. Make improvements to standard approaches. Share expertise widely. Support the CLO in enhancing the in-house legal function to manage all legal affairs - a preference for candidates with strong healthcare. Assist the CLO in providing legal support to corporate functions. Provide M&A support, including due diligence on legal and regulatory. Assist the CLO with the compliance. Assist the CLO in developing a risk management program including litigation management. Provide legal support to physician group care centers. Must have healthcare experience on the provider side in addition to expertise in the following areas: business transactions, contract negotiation and drafting, and other commercial matters. Experience with physician practice management is desired. Should have 4+ years of relevant legal experience ideally serving as an in-house Counsel in a similarly-sized or larger company in the healthcare industry on the provider side. Law firm candidates without prior in-house experience will be considered. Experience with healthcare regulatory matters, corporate transactions, and complex commercial transactions is required. Must be a member of the bar Florida or qualify for the authorized house counsel exception.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Intellectual Property Counsel
Refer job# DSSC145482
 
Intellectual Property Counsel Duties: Provide legal advice and guidance on government IP rights, data rights, and doing business with the U.S. Government. Manage within established budgets, the patent acquisition process, including selecting and managing outside counsel, disclosing inventions, conducting patentability investigations, managing the filing, prosecuting, issuing and maintaining patent applications and patents, domestically and internationally in coordination with Corporate international resources. Assist the transfer of technology from L3Harris to another entity including providing leadership to the business team in drafting and negotiating technology licenses. Where appropriate, manage the trademark process at firm, including the acquisition of trademarks, advising and training on mark selection and use, conducting right to use investigations, and filing, prosecuting, issuing and monitoring trademark applications and registrations. Where appropriate, enforce intellectual property rights through investigation of competitors products, through negotiation of favorable intellectual property licenses or through litigation. Participate in mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and other business ventures as it pertains to intellectual property. Manage third party claims alleging infringement by products or services, including conducting and/or managing infringement and validity investigations, negotiating favorable intellectual property licenses, if warranted and necessary, and defending in intellectual property litigation. Maintain up to date knowledge of technology. Be responsive to customers and meet promised deadlines for rendering advice or preparing documents and be available when called on by management and staff. Pro actively anticipate legal issues before they become problems by practicing preventive law and by early involvement. Provide guidance and advice as it relates to respecting the IP rights of third parties. Provide training and written guidelines on the acquisition and preservation of intellectual property rights.

Qualifications: Juris Doctor Degree from an accredited law school and a current license to practice before a state bar is required. Should have 7 years of legal experience in a similar in-house position or equivalent law firm experience. Admission to the United States Patent Bar. In-house law experience is preferred Government IP contracts experience is preferred.Strong work ethic and demonstrated ability to manage a high-volume workload with minimal supervision is preferred. Strong academic credentials. Membership to the Florida Bar is a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate/regulatory Counsel
Refer job# HJNX145344
 
Corporate/Regulatory Counsel The candidate responsible for assisting management with all legal and regulatory issues while providing guidance and direction to senior management and the Board of Directors that reflects sound judgment, strategic vision, and substantive legal knowledge and expertise. Assigns legal work to in-house counsel and manages Legal Services Department. Directs all aspects of litigation of claims against the Health System, including patient care injury, contract, environmental, discrimination, and workers' compensation claims. Drafts pleadings, briefs, and legal memoranda, conducts discovery and depositions. Represents the Health System on trials and hearings. Ensures maximum protection of the organizations legal rights utilizing broad familiarity with most major legal disciplines. Handles claims by the Health System, including property damage subrogation claims and collection. In support of NCHS strategic initiatives, Leaders must effectively manage the Performance Pillar Metrics on their Monthly Scorecard. Regular rounding is critical to gathering feedback and making effective decisions that will improve leader's metrics on their Monthly Scorecard. Interact with members of the Health System community, legal profession, officials of state and federal government, and others as assigned by the Vice President and CEO. Understanding of and adhere to the Code of Business and Legal Conduct, the Ethics and Compliance Program, and the no retaliation policies. Complies with all laws regulations and Health System policies governing the delivery of quality health care services to include but not limited to all DNV-GL. Oversees the litigation management, licensing, and accreditation and employment counseling/litigation. Provides legal support and advice to Senior Leadership and the Board of Directors. Recommends changes to policies and practices to comply with new legal requirements. Ensures legal policies and documentation are in place to support the business from a financial and regulatory perspective; monitor the effectiveness of legal risk controls and identify and remedy control gaps. Represents the Health System in civil litigation and administrative hearings held by local, state, and federal agencies; performs all phases of pretrial, trial, and appellate work. Researches legal issues and statutory and case law; drafts and reviews opinions, resolutions, contracts, leases, deeds and other legal documents and instruments. Supervises and coordinates the activities of outside legal counsel retained by the Health System for one or more specialized types of litigation. Work with government and regulatory legal team to interpret regulatory orders and provide compliance advice. Juris Doctorate Law Degree from an accredited US Law School is required. FL Bar - Attorney Florida Bar License is required. Must have 7-10 years experience as a practicing lawyer, in-house experience at a healthcare provider. Experience in the areas of corporate governance, hospital operations, physician practice operations, risk management, litigation management, and labor and employment is required.
 
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