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Senior Legal Counsel, Commercial Litigation

Boston MA Senior Legal Counsel, Commercial Litigation The candidate will have wide responsibility for cases touching on all aspects of the company's business, in the US and worldwide. The docket will be varied and ever-changing, including defamation, copyright, privacy, complex commercial, and regulatory litigation. Directly engage with the business and your colleagues across the legal department to provide legal advice and resolve pre-litigation disputes. Manage all aspects of commercial litigation in the US and internationally, including hiring outside counsel, developing strategy, fact-finding and witness preparation, settlement negotiations, mediation, and trial. Supervise and partner with outside counsel to provide quality, cost-effective representation to the company. Work cross functionally with other groups within the company's legal department on projects and policy matters impacting the company more broadly. Keep abreast of litigation trends and advise the business on litigation risk and pre-litigation disputes. Must have litigation experience at a major law firm or in-house. Experience with litigating privacy, defamation, and/or media-related cases would be a plus. Should have a desire to learn the company's business and inner workings and to work collaboratively to find answers, documents, and witnesses. Intellectual curiosity around legal issues impacting tech companies, such as emerging privacy laws, is essential. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-25

Corporate Counsel

Boston MA Corporate Counsel Duties: Advise commercial teams on shaping of the business opportunity, which can include collaboration agreements, distribution and SaaS agreements, partnerships and joint ventures with pharmaceutical manufacturers, insurance providers and hospital groups. Serve as the primary point of negotiation to advance and conclude contractual engagements. Such responsibilities would include managing the escalation process for key legal and commercial risks. Support reviews of marketing and sales collateral. Conduct timely and skilful legal research, and prepare briefings and memoranda for legal and business approvers, and other stakeholders on a range of legal matters. Support development and update of internal legal policies and trainings.

Requirements: Excellent academic credentials, including a JD Degree from a well-regarded law school. Admitted to at least one state bar in good standing, preferably Massachusetts. 5-7 years of experience practicing law. Substantial experience with business contracting, including experience as lead legal negotiator in technology and/or relevant complex commercial transactions. Previous experience in a law firm or in a fast-paced corporate legal group for an IT services or software vendor would be of assistance in performing this role. Experience in a pharmaceutical setting or working with a sales team also a plus.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2021-09-25

Lead Senior Legal Counsel I - Internal Investigation and Litigation Management

Boston MA Lead Senior Legal Counsel I - Internal Investigation and Litigation Management The candidate will report to the VP and GC, Americas HR, Litigation and Investigations. Will provide strategic legal advice to support the operation, growth and development of the company. Support the organization's legal needs with respect to employment, litigation and compliance, including internal investigations. Manage internal investigations and litigation, including conducting telephonic and in-person witness interviews, email and document review, reviewing and editing legal briefs and attending mediations, settlement conferences, arbitrations and trials as directed by the VP & GC, Americas HR, Litigation and Investigations. Provide legal support for workplace and employment relation matters, including recruitment, regulatory compliance, statutory benefits, performance management, discipline and termination, harassment, discrimination and reduction in force. Work closely with the Legal Department, Human Resources and Business Leaders throughout the company. Manage multiple, complex issues at the same time over various business groups, while maintaining a positive outlook. Work with HR and Business stakeholders to advise on pre-litigation and litigation related matters (assisting with litigation strategy for the Americas). Manage labor and employment related claims in Canada and the US including active participation in mediations, arbitration and litigation. Coordinate subpoena responses and participate in internal discovery activities. Represent the company at ADR proceedings, mediations, settlement conferences, arbitrations and trials as directed by the manager. Conduct internal investigations in conjunction with Internal Audit and Human Resources. Develop and/or review company employment policies, contracts and communications. Deliver legal updates and training to Human Resources and Business Leaders with a view of educating and managing risks across the organization. Oversee global statutory compliance matters. Provide legal support for M&A, corporate reorganizations and restructuring activities. Collaborate with and assist in managing outside counsel. Should have a J.D. degree and excellent academic credentials with membership in at least one State or Provincial Bar. Must have 8+ years of relevant legal experience from a law firm and/or in-house. Trial and investigation experience is required. Expertise in research, evaluation and interpretation of legal issues with a high degree of organization, efficiency and attention to detail is essential. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-25

Corporate Counsel - Independent Contractor Relations

Boston MA Corporate Counsel - Independent Contractor Relations The candidate will be the company's subject matter expert on independent contractor matters and the company's relationship with driver partners, and report to the company's Associate General Counsel (Labor, Employment and Driver Policy). Will work closely with the company's legal, government affairs, and delivery operations teams to create and maintain best in class strategies, policies, and procedures. Advise the business on developments in the engagement and regulation of independent contractors. Monitor and comment on legislative and regulatory developments at the federal, state, and local levels. Represent the company in industry, legislative and regulatory discussions. Draft and negotiate various commercial contracts involving delivery partners. Develop policies and strategies to manage and educate internal clients with respect to risks related to the engagement and classification of independent contractors. Manage litigation strategy and active cases involving delivery partners. Partner with internal clients to solve legal, risk, business, and reputational issues. Sync with the product, operations, comms, and other teams to advise on independent contractor workforce matters. Manage and prioritize multiple concurrent projects. Populate and maintain regulatory reports and data sets. Must be in good standing and be admitted to a US State Bar. Should preferably have 6 years of legal experience focused on independent contractor compliance preferably with 1-2 years of in-house experience (particularly at a logistics company). Expertise in national and state laws and regulations relating to the engagement of independent contractors is required. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-24

Corporate Counsel - Employment Policy and Compliance

Boston MA Corporate Counsel - Employment Policy and Compliance The candidate will be the company's subject matter expert on all employment law compliance and policy matters for headquarters and the company's national field operations, and report to the company's Associate General Counsel (Labor, Employment and Driver Policy). Will work closely with the company's Legal, People and Culture and Field Operations teams to create and maintain best in class strategies, policies and procedures. Partner with the People (HR) Team and business leaders to evaluate legal risk and provide subject matter expertise on a broad range of employment issues, including: recruiting and hiring, employee relations, performance management, leaves of absence, accommodations, compensation and benefits, wage and hour, workplace investigations, terminations, and contingent workforce matters. Draft and revise employment-related agreements, templates, policies, and procedures, such as offer letters, confidentiality/restrictive covenant agreements, and handbooks, and implement controls throughout the organization with respect thereto. Conduct internal audits, classification reviews, and other efforts to ensure compliance with federal, state, and local laws throughout the country. Investigate and respond to claims, demand letters, administrative complaints, audits, and other employment-related inquiries (e.g., EEOC, DOL, NLRB, and other state/local agencies). Develop and conduct training and education programs for employees, supervisors, and the People (HR) Team. Monitor important employment law developments across the country. Work with internal clients to solve legal, risk and business issues. Manage and prioritize multiple concurrent projects. Populate and maintain internal reports and data sets on HR trends and developments. Must be in good standing and be admitted to a US State Bar. Should have 6 years of legal experience focused on employment and labor with preferably 1-2 years of in-house experience. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-24

Corporate Counsel - Commercial Transactions

Boston MA Corporate Counsel - Commercial Transactions The candidate will be the company's go to expert for commercial contracting matters. In partnership with internal business stakeholders, will be responsible for leading the legal review, drafting, and negotiation of a wide range of contracts and agreements with outside vendors and other third parties. Will also be responsible for building out commercial contracting processes, supervising a team of commercial paralegals, and managing and improving the company's contract management system. Be the company's go to expert for commercial contracting matters. Coordinate with other legal team experts as the quarterback to draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of complex commercial agreements, including technology, hardware, services, cloud, consultant, license, manufacturing, and procurement agreements. Identify and evaluate business and legal risks in transactions, and find creative ways to mitigate them while achieving business goals. Create and improve agreement templates, trainings, processes, and other resources and ensure contract terms and conditions are consistent with internal policies and goals. Manage the company's contract management system and drive initiatives to continue process integration with the other business units. Supervise, mentor, and maximize the effectiveness of commercial paralegals to build an efficient commercial contracting review process for the company. Must have 7+ years of experience handling a broad range of commercial contracts. Should be admitted to and in good standing with a US State Bar. Must have extensive lead-attorney experience in negotiating and drafting contracts, with an eye towards both legal and financial/commercial issues. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-24

Senior Corporate Counsel

Cambridge MA Senior Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Draft and provide counsel in support of SEC, NASDAQ and/or HKEx and other securities filings, including current and periodic reports and announcements, proxy statements, and other regulatory filings and reports. Serve as a subject matter expert on compliance and disclosure items and advise on and draft new disclosures; coordinate and assist with financial disclosures; and review public announcements, including press releases, corporate, investor and scientific presentations, and communications with internal and external stakeholders. Provide legal support on various types of transactions, including equity investments, joint ventures, credit facilities, corporate financing, corporate restructurings, and mergers and acquisitions, including due diligence, negotiation of terms, drafting of documentation, and regulatory filings. Support of the Company's environmental, social and governance (ESG) and other corporate governance efforts. Assist with Board and committee meetings, the Company's Insider Trading Policy, and other corporate policies. Provide counsel in support of the Company's equity plans and programs and grant agreements, including securities law compliance and disclosure. Assist with the development and upkeep of relevant securities, general corporate, and corporate governance agreements and forms. Oversee the coordination and maintenance of records for all due diligence requests and the Company's electronic datarooms. Engage and manage the work of outside counsel and advisors.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school in the U.S. 7+ years of SEC reporting experience at a law firm and/or as in-house counsel. Experience with biotech or pharma companies strongly preferred. Proficiency in the Microsoft Office Suite, Outlook, Word, Excel, SharePoint, EDGAR, Workiva. Chinese language skill is a plus. Excellent drafting, editing, negotiation, interpersonal and communication skills. Strong leadership and management skills and experience. Evaluate legal exposure, manage risk, and interpret and apply laws, regulations, case law, statues, and policies to provide expert advice. Strong business acumen; ability to contribute strategically to the Company's business. Team player with ability to collaborate proactively with cross-functional teams and interact effectively with all levels within the Company. Strong working knowledge of U.S. securities laws and regulations and the ability to quickly learn, interpret and apply changes in such laws and regulations and policies. A demonstrated ability to collaborate, as well as to work independently, balancing competing priorities in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment with a high level of professionalism. Detail-oriented. Ability to handle confidential and proprietary information using excellent discretion and judgment. Self-motivated, able to work independently and be reliable and responsive. Ability to be flexible and willing to accept new responsibilities as needed.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-23

Assistant General Counsel, Corporate And Business Development

Cambridge MA Assistant General Counsel, Corporate and Business Development The candidate will provide legal advice, guidance and support for Corporate Development (i.e., mergers and acquisitions) and Business Development (i.e., licensing and collaborations) transactions. Will lead drafting and negotiations, structuring and counseling on transactions (including mergers and acquisitions, strategic equity investments, strategic divestitures, global licenses, collaborations and partnerships and other transactions). Identify and resolve critical legal issues and identify and help resolve critical business issues arising from transactions. Oversee and manage the legal due diligence process. Partner with Corporate Development and Business Development clients to ensure strategic alignment in all transactions, escalating matters as appropriate with the judgment to understand when escalation is necessary. Manage business relationships and counsel business clients across a broad sphere of influence, internally and externally, on transaction and strategic issues pertaining to strategic alliance partnerships and collaborations. Contribute to the on-going development of a high-performance transactions legal team and cultivate a highly collaborative culture with effective relationships with peers in the legal department as well as other key functions. As appropriate, manage and organize antitrust approvals and negotiations with antitrust authorities and regulators. Demonstrate a service-oriented approach to advising internal client groups. Should have a Law degree from recognized university. Qualification to practice law in New Jersey or ability to obtain a NJ in-house counsel limited license is required. Must have 9-10 years of legal transactional experience. Experience drafting and negotiating complex transaction agreements is required. Experience in bio-pharmaceutical or life-sciences industry transactions is preferred. An understanding of bio-pharmaceutical/life-sciences industry is needed. Legal 9 - 10 Full-time 2021-09-23

Director, Corporate And Securities Counsel

Cambridge MA Director, Corporate and Securities Counsel Responsibilities: Provide legal advice and support with respect to matters arising under federal securities laws, SEC rules and regulations, SOX, securities exchange listing requirements, and review/prepare 34 Act filings including in the preparation, Forms 10-K, 10-Q and 8-K. Support and advise on public and private debt and equity financings; review and prepare related 33 Act filings. Provide legal advice to the Company, senior management, and the Board and its Committees in connection with corporate governance matters and Board/Committee meetings. Advise on the legal risks accompanying business strategies and decisions; review enterprise risk to senior management and Board. Advise on transactional matters; prepare, review and negotiate merger agreements, product/asset acquisitions, option agreements and other transactional agreements and term sheets; perform in-depth due diligence for potential new transactions. Partner with investor relations and corporate communications in connection with public communications and presentations. Assist with shareholder engagement matters and annual shareholder meeting matters. Assist in the preparation, coordinate legal input and provide overall legal support for proxy statements and related materials, including the compensation discussion and analysis. Prepare, review and provide compliance and disclosure advice concerning Section 16 reporting. Perform SEC, NASDAQ and general corporate governance and disclosure research and analysis. Help maintain accurate corporate records and documentation and provide ongoing administration and data maintenance of subsidiaries on a global basis (domestic and international). Draft and maintain shareholder and board resolutions, consents, agendas, secretary's certificates and other records. Provide general legal support various internal clients across a variety of functions, including legal advice and contract drafting as needed. Work closely with and efficiently manage outside counsel as needed.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school and bar admission in good standing in at least one state. 4+ years of experience in a large law firm and/or in-house (preferably at a publicly traded biotechnology or pharmaceutical company). The ability to work interactively within and across multiple departments and manage priorities effectively. Self-motivated and ability to work independently on projects, while meeting deadlines and prioritizing multiple matters. Excellent oral and written skills with the ability to think critically. Possess excellent contract drafting and negotiation skills. Can bring strong interpersonal and conflict resolution skills.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-23

Director, Compliance Counsel

Acton MA Director, Compliance Counsel Responsibilities: Assist in the implementation and maintenance of the Company's compliance program, including support in areas such as the following: Communicating with and providing guidance to business units as required. Conduct risk assessments, internal compliance monitoring, compliance investigations. Assist with compliance communication and training programs. Track and assess Company compliance with policies and procedures and the overall effectiveness of the compliance program.

Requirements: JD Degree from an accredited law school, currently in good standing with a state Bar association. 5-8 years of experience with compliance programs in the health care industry, preferably with a medical device company. Good working knowledge of the legal and regulatory framework affecting the medical device industry including interactions with health care professionals and end-user customers, federal and state false claims, anti-kickback, anti-inducement and transparency reporting laws and regulations, HIPAA data privacy and security, the AdvaMed Code of Ethics, standards established by CMS and DHHS-OIG for effective compliance programs, Medicare Part D and pharmacy pricing/formulary matters, and clinical research. Preferred Skills and Competencies: Good interpersonal and communication skills including the ability to communicate complex legal and regulatory issues effectively across the organization. Ability to influence, build trust, work independently and collaboratively, and develop positive relationships throughout the Company. Ability to investigate and review highly confidential organizational issues with integrity and apply good judgment to the process. Strong problem resolution skills and ability to multitask, prioritize and respond to emerging issues effectively in a challenging, fast-paced environment.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-22
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Senior Legal Counsel, Commercial Litigation
Refer job# CJTO162291
 
Senior Legal Counsel, Commercial Litigation The candidate will have wide responsibility for cases touching on all aspects of the company's business, in the US and worldwide. The docket will be varied and ever-changing, including defamation, copyright, privacy, complex commercial, and regulatory litigation. Directly engage with the business and your colleagues across the legal department to provide legal advice and resolve pre-litigation disputes. Manage all aspects of commercial litigation in the US and internationally, including hiring outside counsel, developing strategy, fact-finding and witness preparation, settlement negotiations, mediation, and trial. Supervise and partner with outside counsel to provide quality, cost-effective representation to the company. Work cross functionally with other groups within the company's legal department on projects and policy matters impacting the company more broadly. Keep abreast of litigation trends and advise the business on litigation risk and pre-litigation disputes. Must have litigation experience at a major law firm or in-house. Experience with litigating privacy, defamation, and/or media-related cases would be a plus. Should have a desire to learn the company's business and inner workings and to work collaboratively to find answers, documents, and witnesses. Intellectual curiosity around legal issues impacting tech companies, such as emerging privacy laws, is essential.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# BOPX162300
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Advise commercial teams on shaping of the business opportunity, which can include collaboration agreements, distribution and SaaS agreements, partnerships and joint ventures with pharmaceutical manufacturers, insurance providers and hospital groups. Serve as the primary point of negotiation to advance and conclude contractual engagements. Such responsibilities would include managing the escalation process for key legal and commercial risks. Support reviews of marketing and sales collateral. Conduct timely and skilful legal research, and prepare briefings and memoranda for legal and business approvers, and other stakeholders on a range of legal matters. Support development and update of internal legal policies and trainings.

Requirements: Excellent academic credentials, including a JD Degree from a well-regarded law school. Admitted to at least one state bar in good standing, preferably Massachusetts. 5-7 years of experience practicing law. Substantial experience with business contracting, including experience as lead legal negotiator in technology and/or relevant complex commercial transactions. Previous experience in a law firm or in a fast-paced corporate legal group for an IT services or software vendor would be of assistance in performing this role. Experience in a pharmaceutical setting or working with a sales team also a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Lead Senior Legal Counsel I - Internal Investigation and Litigation Management
Refer job# JKRI162339
 
Lead Senior Legal Counsel I - Internal Investigation and Litigation Management The candidate will report to the VP and GC, Americas HR, Litigation and Investigations. Will provide strategic legal advice to support the operation, growth and development of the company. Support the organization's legal needs with respect to employment, litigation and compliance, including internal investigations. Manage internal investigations and litigation, including conducting telephonic and in-person witness interviews, email and document review, reviewing and editing legal briefs and attending mediations, settlement conferences, arbitrations and trials as directed by the VP & GC, Americas HR, Litigation and Investigations. Provide legal support for workplace and employment relation matters, including recruitment, regulatory compliance, statutory benefits, performance management, discipline and termination, harassment, discrimination and reduction in force. Work closely with the Legal Department, Human Resources and Business Leaders throughout the company. Manage multiple, complex issues at the same time over various business groups, while maintaining a positive outlook. Work with HR and Business stakeholders to advise on pre-litigation and litigation related matters (assisting with litigation strategy for the Americas). Manage labor and employment related claims in Canada and the US including active participation in mediations, arbitration and litigation. Coordinate subpoena responses and participate in internal discovery activities. Represent the company at ADR proceedings, mediations, settlement conferences, arbitrations and trials as directed by the manager. Conduct internal investigations in conjunction with Internal Audit and Human Resources. Develop and/or review company employment policies, contracts and communications. Deliver legal updates and training to Human Resources and Business Leaders with a view of educating and managing risks across the organization. Oversee global statutory compliance matters. Provide legal support for M&A, corporate reorganizations and restructuring activities. Collaborate with and assist in managing outside counsel. Should have a J.D. degree and excellent academic credentials with membership in at least one State or Provincial Bar. Must have 8+ years of relevant legal experience from a law firm and/or in-house. Trial and investigation experience is required. Expertise in research, evaluation and interpretation of legal issues with a high degree of organization, efficiency and attention to detail is essential.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel - Independent Contractor Relations
Refer job# GAEP162255
 
Corporate Counsel - Independent Contractor Relations The candidate will be the company's subject matter expert on independent contractor matters and the company's relationship with driver partners, and report to the company's Associate General Counsel (Labor, Employment and Driver Policy). Will work closely with the company's legal, government affairs, and delivery operations teams to create and maintain best in class strategies, policies, and procedures. Advise the business on developments in the engagement and regulation of independent contractors. Monitor and comment on legislative and regulatory developments at the federal, state, and local levels. Represent the company in industry, legislative and regulatory discussions. Draft and negotiate various commercial contracts involving delivery partners. Develop policies and strategies to manage and educate internal clients with respect to risks related to the engagement and classification of independent contractors. Manage litigation strategy and active cases involving delivery partners. Partner with internal clients to solve legal, risk, business, and reputational issues. Sync with the product, operations, comms, and other teams to advise on independent contractor workforce matters. Manage and prioritize multiple concurrent projects. Populate and maintain regulatory reports and data sets. Must be in good standing and be admitted to a US State Bar. Should preferably have 6 years of legal experience focused on independent contractor compliance preferably with 1-2 years of in-house experience (particularly at a logistics company). Expertise in national and state laws and regulations relating to the engagement of independent contractors is required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel - Employment Policy and Compliance
Refer job# JOKL162265
 
Corporate Counsel - Employment Policy and Compliance The candidate will be the company's subject matter expert on all employment law compliance and policy matters for headquarters and the company's national field operations, and report to the company's Associate General Counsel (Labor, Employment and Driver Policy). Will work closely with the company's Legal, People and Culture and Field Operations teams to create and maintain best in class strategies, policies and procedures. Partner with the People (HR) Team and business leaders to evaluate legal risk and provide subject matter expertise on a broad range of employment issues, including: recruiting and hiring, employee relations, performance management, leaves of absence, accommodations, compensation and benefits, wage and hour, workplace investigations, terminations, and contingent workforce matters. Draft and revise employment-related agreements, templates, policies, and procedures, such as offer letters, confidentiality/restrictive covenant agreements, and handbooks, and implement controls throughout the organization with respect thereto. Conduct internal audits, classification reviews, and other efforts to ensure compliance with federal, state, and local laws throughout the country. Investigate and respond to claims, demand letters, administrative complaints, audits, and other employment-related inquiries (e.g., EEOC, DOL, NLRB, and other state/local agencies). Develop and conduct training and education programs for employees, supervisors, and the People (HR) Team. Monitor important employment law developments across the country. Work with internal clients to solve legal, risk and business issues. Manage and prioritize multiple concurrent projects. Populate and maintain internal reports and data sets on HR trends and developments. Must be in good standing and be admitted to a US State Bar. Should have 6 years of legal experience focused on employment and labor with preferably 1-2 years of in-house experience.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel - Commercial Transactions
Refer job# OWAD162280
 
Corporate Counsel - Commercial Transactions The candidate will be the company's go to expert for commercial contracting matters. In partnership with internal business stakeholders, will be responsible for leading the legal review, drafting, and negotiation of a wide range of contracts and agreements with outside vendors and other third parties. Will also be responsible for building out commercial contracting processes, supervising a team of commercial paralegals, and managing and improving the company's contract management system. Be the company's go to expert for commercial contracting matters. Coordinate with other legal team experts as the quarterback to draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of complex commercial agreements, including technology, hardware, services, cloud, consultant, license, manufacturing, and procurement agreements. Identify and evaluate business and legal risks in transactions, and find creative ways to mitigate them while achieving business goals. Create and improve agreement templates, trainings, processes, and other resources and ensure contract terms and conditions are consistent with internal policies and goals. Manage the company's contract management system and drive initiatives to continue process integration with the other business units. Supervise, mentor, and maximize the effectiveness of commercial paralegals to build an efficient commercial contracting review process for the company. Must have 7+ years of experience handling a broad range of commercial contracts. Should be admitted to and in good standing with a US State Bar. Must have extensive lead-attorney experience in negotiating and drafting contracts, with an eye towards both legal and financial/commercial issues.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# HLZR162154
 
Senior Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Draft and provide counsel in support of SEC, NASDAQ and/or HKEx and other securities filings, including current and periodic reports and announcements, proxy statements, and other regulatory filings and reports. Serve as a subject matter expert on compliance and disclosure items and advise on and draft new disclosures; coordinate and assist with financial disclosures; and review public announcements, including press releases, corporate, investor and scientific presentations, and communications with internal and external stakeholders. Provide legal support on various types of transactions, including equity investments, joint ventures, credit facilities, corporate financing, corporate restructurings, and mergers and acquisitions, including due diligence, negotiation of terms, drafting of documentation, and regulatory filings. Support of the Company's environmental, social and governance (ESG) and other corporate governance efforts. Assist with Board and committee meetings, the Company's Insider Trading Policy, and other corporate policies. Provide counsel in support of the Company's equity plans and programs and grant agreements, including securities law compliance and disclosure. Assist with the development and upkeep of relevant securities, general corporate, and corporate governance agreements and forms. Oversee the coordination and maintenance of records for all due diligence requests and the Company's electronic datarooms. Engage and manage the work of outside counsel and advisors.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school in the U.S. 7+ years of SEC reporting experience at a law firm and/or as in-house counsel. Experience with biotech or pharma companies strongly preferred. Proficiency in the Microsoft Office Suite, Outlook, Word, Excel, SharePoint, EDGAR, Workiva. Chinese language skill is a plus. Excellent drafting, editing, negotiation, interpersonal and communication skills. Strong leadership and management skills and experience. Evaluate legal exposure, manage risk, and interpret and apply laws, regulations, case law, statues, and policies to provide expert advice. Strong business acumen; ability to contribute strategically to the Company's business. Team player with ability to collaborate proactively with cross-functional teams and interact effectively with all levels within the Company. Strong working knowledge of U.S. securities laws and regulations and the ability to quickly learn, interpret and apply changes in such laws and regulations and policies. A demonstrated ability to collaborate, as well as to work independently, balancing competing priorities in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment with a high level of professionalism. Detail-oriented. Ability to handle confidential and proprietary information using excellent discretion and judgment. Self-motivated, able to work independently and be reliable and responsive. Ability to be flexible and willing to accept new responsibilities as needed.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Assistant General Counsel, Corporate And Business Development
Refer job# DIBW162209
 
Assistant General Counsel, Corporate and Business Development The candidate will provide legal advice, guidance and support for Corporate Development (i.e., mergers and acquisitions) and Business Development (i.e., licensing and collaborations) transactions. Will lead drafting and negotiations, structuring and counseling on transactions (including mergers and acquisitions, strategic equity investments, strategic divestitures, global licenses, collaborations and partnerships and other transactions). Identify and resolve critical legal issues and identify and help resolve critical business issues arising from transactions. Oversee and manage the legal due diligence process. Partner with Corporate Development and Business Development clients to ensure strategic alignment in all transactions, escalating matters as appropriate with the judgment to understand when escalation is necessary. Manage business relationships and counsel business clients across a broad sphere of influence, internally and externally, on transaction and strategic issues pertaining to strategic alliance partnerships and collaborations. Contribute to the on-going development of a high-performance transactions legal team and cultivate a highly collaborative culture with effective relationships with peers in the legal department as well as other key functions. As appropriate, manage and organize antitrust approvals and negotiations with antitrust authorities and regulators. Demonstrate a service-oriented approach to advising internal client groups. Should have a Law degree from recognized university. Qualification to practice law in New Jersey or ability to obtain a NJ in-house counsel limited license is required. Must have 9-10 years of legal transactional experience. Experience drafting and negotiating complex transaction agreements is required. Experience in bio-pharmaceutical or life-sciences industry transactions is preferred. An understanding of bio-pharmaceutical/life-sciences industry is needed.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Director, Corporate And Securities Counsel
Refer job# COKT162219
 
Director, Corporate and Securities Counsel Responsibilities: Provide legal advice and support with respect to matters arising under federal securities laws, SEC rules and regulations, SOX, securities exchange listing requirements, and review/prepare 34 Act filings including in the preparation, Forms 10-K, 10-Q and 8-K. Support and advise on public and private debt and equity financings; review and prepare related 33 Act filings. Provide legal advice to the Company, senior management, and the Board and its Committees in connection with corporate governance matters and Board/Committee meetings. Advise on the legal risks accompanying business strategies and decisions; review enterprise risk to senior management and Board. Advise on transactional matters; prepare, review and negotiate merger agreements, product/asset acquisitions, option agreements and other transactional agreements and term sheets; perform in-depth due diligence for potential new transactions. Partner with investor relations and corporate communications in connection with public communications and presentations. Assist with shareholder engagement matters and annual shareholder meeting matters. Assist in the preparation, coordinate legal input and provide overall legal support for proxy statements and related materials, including the compensation discussion and analysis. Prepare, review and provide compliance and disclosure advice concerning Section 16 reporting. Perform SEC, NASDAQ and general corporate governance and disclosure research and analysis. Help maintain accurate corporate records and documentation and provide ongoing administration and data maintenance of subsidiaries on a global basis (domestic and international). Draft and maintain shareholder and board resolutions, consents, agendas, secretary's certificates and other records. Provide general legal support various internal clients across a variety of functions, including legal advice and contract drafting as needed. Work closely with and efficiently manage outside counsel as needed.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school and bar admission in good standing in at least one state. 4+ years of experience in a large law firm and/or in-house (preferably at a publicly traded biotechnology or pharmaceutical company). The ability to work interactively within and across multiple departments and manage priorities effectively. Self-motivated and ability to work independently on projects, while meeting deadlines and prioritizing multiple matters. Excellent oral and written skills with the ability to think critically. Possess excellent contract drafting and negotiation skills. Can bring strong interpersonal and conflict resolution skills.
 
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Director, Compliance Counsel
Refer job# HMBL162091
 
Director, Compliance Counsel Responsibilities: Assist in the implementation and maintenance of the Company's compliance program, including support in areas such as the following: Communicating with and providing guidance to business units as required. Conduct risk assessments, internal compliance monitoring, compliance investigations. Assist with compliance communication and training programs. Track and assess Company compliance with policies and procedures and the overall effectiveness of the compliance program.

Requirements: JD Degree from an accredited law school, currently in good standing with a state Bar association. 5-8 years of experience with compliance programs in the health care industry, preferably with a medical device company. Good working knowledge of the legal and regulatory framework affecting the medical device industry including interactions with health care professionals and end-user customers, federal and state false claims, anti-kickback, anti-inducement and transparency reporting laws and regulations, HIPAA data privacy and security, the AdvaMed Code of Ethics, standards established by CMS and DHHS-OIG for effective compliance programs, Medicare Part D and pharmacy pricing/formulary matters, and clinical research. Preferred Skills and Competencies: Good interpersonal and communication skills including the ability to communicate complex legal and regulatory issues effectively across the organization. Ability to influence, build trust, work independently and collaboratively, and develop positive relationships throughout the Company. Ability to investigate and review highly confidential organizational issues with integrity and apply good judgment to the process. Strong problem resolution skills and ability to multitask, prioritize and respond to emerging issues effectively in a challenging, fast-paced environment.
 
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