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Senior Legal Counsel, Corporate And Securities

Boston MA Senior Legal Counsel, Corporate and Securities The candidate will manage general corporate legal matters, including corporate governance, compliance, and legal structure topics. Draft, negotiate and review all types of corporate agreements, including corporate financings, investments, and mergers and acquisitions. Supervise legal due diligence, project manage deals to a conclusion, coordinate outside advisors and support post-closing integration matters. Manage equity operations, employee stock plans and policies. Supervise entity compliance and corporate secretarial matters for the company's global subsidiaries. Support General Counsel with corporate secretarial duties, including preparation of Board materials, governance documents, minutes, and other matters. In partnership with relevant internal departments, provide legal support to the company's Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives, including support in the preparation of the company's annual CSR report(s). Partner with Tax and Finance teams to oversee and implement global corporate strategies. Manage the company's worldwide insurance program. Advise internal clients with respect to a wide variety of business issues and legal matters, including employment, equity compensation and enterprise compliance matters as needed. Participate in compliance initiatives including training internal clients on company legal policies or issues, including code of conduct, ethics, insider trading and anti-bribery and anti-corruption issues.

The candidate should have a J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school and a State Bar member in good standing. Legal practice of 7+ years at a law firm and/or publicly traded company. Broad transactional and corporate experience, including IPOs, mergers and acquisitions, equity investments, debt financings, and general corporate and securities matters. Prior experience managing SEC and stock exchange compliance and reporting obligations, including 10-Qs/Ks, 8-Ks, and Section 16 filings, registration statements, proxy statements and annual meeting process. Excellent project management, productivity, organizational and time management abilities.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2022-10-03

Employment Counsel

Boston MA Employment Counsel The candidate will provide legal and practical guidance to internal clients, research legal issues, and negotiate agreements. Advise on company policies and promote compliance. Handle sensitive matters including personnel actions and allegations of discrimination. Manage outside counsel in administrative matters and in litigation. Draft and review contracts with clients, teaming partners, subcontractors, vendors, and others. Perform other duties and functions as assigned. Specialized knowledge and experience in employment law and contract law. Excellent legal, writing, and interpersonal skills. Law degree and bar membership. Should have 7 years of relevant experience as an attorney. Experience that reflects the diverse responsibilities of the position. In-house experience preferred. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2022-10-03

Associate Director, Commercial Contracts Counsel

Somerville MA Associate Director, Commercial Contracts Counsel The candidate will be partnering with the commercial team to structure, draft, revise and negotiate a range of complex legal contracts with qualified treatment centers and payers, including state Medicaid agencies and commercial insurers, beginning from term sheets through contract execution and potential contract expansion. Potentially supporting other functions on drafting and negotiating with their significant contracts, such as commercial supply agreements. Communicating risks and explaining contract language and terminology effectively and clearly at all levels of the organization. Assisting in the supervision of non-lawyer legal professionals in the negotiation and finalization of standard legal agreements, such as confidentiality agreements, consulting agreements, and clinical trial agreements. Participating in projects to improve contracting processes by collaborating with procurement, vendor management and operations teams. Developing cross-functional training materials and contract templates as needed. Managing external counsel relationships as appropriate. A J.D. from an accredited law school and admitted to practice in at least 1 US state. Should have 3+ years of experience in contracting, drafting, and negotiating contracts and/or transactions; experience with complex commercial contracts and/or transactions, healthcare and payer experience preferred. Experience working with internal or external clients in the pharmaceutical or biotechnology industry is essential; in-house experience is preferred. Ability to interact and communicate effectively cross-functionally at all levels of the organization. Excellent interpersonal, influencing and negotiation skills as well as excellent verbal and written communication skills. Self-direction and ability to work in a dynamic, fast-paced, high-volume environment and meet deadlines with curiosity to learn new things and dig into the 'why'. Proficiency in managing multiple projects and workstreams with the ability to identify areas for process improvement and drive solutions. Desire to become proficient in the contract management system and related IT solutions. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2022-09-30

Claim Counsel, Construction Surety

Braintree MA Claim Counsel, Construction Surety The candidate will follow operational policies to analyze, investigate, and resolve BSI claims of varying levels of severity with moderate supervision from Claims Management. Will prepare and present reports for Management that accurately reflect loss development, potential/actual financial exposure, reserve adjustments, coverage issues, and claim and recovery strategies. Retain, monitor, and manage outside counsel actively utilizing litigation management plans and budgets. Communicate with underwriting on significant claim exposures. Provide legal review and advice to underwriters on bond obligations and project contract documents. Review, draft and/or modify bond forms, contract documents and other agreements including, indemnity, takeover, completion, subcontractor ratification, financing and collateral. Negotiate the resolution of bonded obligations on defaulted contracts and litigation, and terms of agreements including indemnity agreements, letters of credit, set aside letters from lenders, intercreditor agreements and subordination agreements. Review documents pertaining to mergers, equity sales and asset sales to determine the legal status and ownership of indemnitors undergoing a change of control. Draft and negotiate appropriate agreements to document indemnity changes related to such transactions. Engage in account workout risk mitigation analysis, advise on mitigation strategies, and assist in execution of such strategies. Travel to and attend mediations, settlement conferences, claim conferences, field office visits, trials and depositions. Monitor account bankruptcy proceedings and document post-bankruptcy indemnity. Draft and file proofs of claim and advise as to potential recovery. Retain outside counsel where appropriate to protect or enforce surety rights. Research, analyze and provide recovery and loss mitigation advice to claim and underwriting colleagues on claims of varying complexity, including drafting/reviewing settlement agreements, releases, assignments, and/or other documents. Develop the ability to identify all recovery opportunities and coordinate recovery efforts with the Recovery Management Unit and Claim Management. Monitor marketplace conditions, conduct research, and draft reference materials to inform claim and underwriting colleagues on law impacting Travelers underwriting and claim decisions. Support underwriting marketing efforts, including participation in broker and account visits and risk mitigation seminars and authoring customer-focused white papers and articles. Obtain and maintain required adjusters licenses. Perform other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have 3 years of relevant legal or claim handling work experience; related to construction and/or surety. Demonstrated ability to effectively work through conflict and resolve issues with a professional demeanor is required. Should have Bachelor's Degree. Must have Juris Doctorate Degree. Properly licensed, registered or authorized, and in good standing, to practice law in the jurisdiction in which will be working is required. Must have 2 years of relevant legal experience.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2022-09-29

Litigation Attorney, Worker'sCompensation

Boston MA Litigation Attorney, Worker's Compensation Duties: The candidate handles insurance defense or coverage matters from pleadings through trial. Manages litigation preparation driving for superior results. Develops the litigation strategy, and prepares/directs the preparation of all necessary materials i.e., briefs, motions, discovery, depositions, experts, etc. Advises whether a case should be tried or settled and actively drives the case to resolution with an appropriate sense of urgency. Handles bench and jury trials as the first chair in both state and federal courts as necessary. Tries all aspects of cases including court appearances, trial preparation, motions, discovery, and negotiations. Communicates regularly and concisely with clients, claim professionals, leadership, and others to ensure an appropriate level of understanding and documentation exists for effective case management. Conducts legal research and analysis of facts and information to provide counsel and guidance on legal questions or issues. Prepares opinions or position papers on various legal issues and interpretation of legal issues/provisions. Counsels client/management/claim professionals to avoid legally unsound decisions or plans and when changes in the law occur. May train, or mentor other attorneys and paralegals. Trains department staff on appropriate procedures (e.g., claims, etc). Collaboratively works with clients, claim professionals, underwriting, risk control, and other third parties while resolving legal issues. Works independently in resolving legal cases with oversight supervision. Responds to government regulatory agencies as needed. Acts with a sense of urgency to advance the priorities of the client/organization. Helps self and others to excel through collaboration and building strong relationships. Thinks creatively and uses diverse ideas to solve problems. Raises expectations of self and others by continuously learning and broadening industry and technical skills.

Qualifications: The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree with JD, and admission to the bar of MA and RI. Typically requires 5+ years of legal experience in claims and/or law firms with a progressively increasing level of responsibility. Requires trial and/or litigation experience. Requires a proven track record of results. May require specific technical/functional area legal experience. Advanced knowledge of the theories, principles, practices, and procedures of litigation management within an insurance organization. Excellent verbal and written communication, negotiation, and presentation skills. Strong negotiation, consultative and facilitation skills with the ability to effectively interact with all internal and external business partners. Ability to exercise independent judgment, and to work with and maintain confidential and sensitive information. Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills, and senior-level skills in managing ambiguous situations and issues. Proven ability to take a proactive long-term view of business goals and objectives to achieve strategic business results. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and other business-related software ie Team Connect or other case management software. Value-driven to provide superior solutions to internal and/or external clients.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-09-29

Corporate Counsel, Product Legal

Burlington MA Corporate Counsel, Product Legal The candidate will draft and approve term sheets, definitive agreements, and exhibits related to strategic initiatives and partnerships. Will review and negotiate complex agreements with service providers and technology partners. Engage and manage Outside Counsel for negotiations that require oversight, such as those with significant regulatory risk. Draft templates and playbooks for strategic partnership agreements and serve as subject matter expert on transactions. Provide guidance to executives, engineers and product managers on issues related to new and existing services, products, and features throughout the entire product lifecycle. Serve as a resident expert and resource on issues related to SaaS product lifecycle and data protection as these topics relate to our commerce, marketing, advertising and social media products and services. Provide strategic and timely client training on relevant issues and processes.

The candidate should have Law degree and admitted to practice in at least one US jurisdiction. A related degree required. Must have 4-5 years combined experience in law firm and/or in-house legal department, including experience negotiating and drafting technology agreements. Must be familiar with key regulatory requirements in the SaaS space, including privacy and data protection issues and intellectual property. In-house experience at a technology company, with significant transactional and product counseling experience is preferred. Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) is a plus. Well-grounded knowledge of intellectual property law is preferred. Substantive expertise in laws governing commerce, payments, marketing and advertising law (e.g., TCPA, CAN-SPAM Act, GDPR, CCPA, E-Privacy) is desired. Should preferably have substantive expertise in laws governing cookies and other tracking technologies.
Legal 4 - 5 Full-time 2022-09-29

Intellectual Property Counsel

Cambridge MA Intellectual Property Counsel The candidate will develop the Company's intellectual property strategy in collaboration with and based on input from the Chief Legal Officer and management to align with the Company's business objectives. Be a critical participant in internal and external discussions relating to licensing of the Company's intellectual property. Advise and inform management of legal issues and recommendations relating to material intellectual property matters. Be responsible for the preparation, filing, prosecution, maintenance and enforcement of patents, trademarks, copyrights, etc. Oversee landscape, validity, patentability and freedom-to-operate analyses, conduct prior art searches and monitor relevant intellectual property in the field. Review proposed publications & presentations for potential impact on the patent portfolio. Be a primary partner to teams across the organization to enable the prosecution and maintenance of the Company's intellectual property. Manage external counsel on all matters relating to filing, prosecution, analysis and enforcement of the Company's intellectual property. Demonstrate strong organizational and prioritization skills needed to manage multiple, parallel projects at any given time. Contribute to special projects and respond to ad hoc requests as needed from time to time. Engage collaboratively with Legal Team members as needed, across other areas. Should be an intellectual property attorney (Juris Doctorate & registered to practice before the US Patent and Trademark Office) typically requiring 8+ years of experience in-house at a biotech or large pharmaceutical company. Ph.D. in chemistry, with experience in biologics, bioanalytical chemistry, process development, drug formulation and research discovery strongly desired. Experience in a fast-paced, high-volume setting is strongly preferred. Other essential skills include attention to detail, commitment to integrity and ethics, strong collaboration and teamwork, the ability to maintain professionalism under pressure, and a healthy sense of humor. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2022-09-28

Corporate Counsel Life Science R&d

Cambridge MA Corporate Counsel - Life Science R&D The candidate will serve as the primary legal contact for assigned client groups within Pfizer's Worldwide Research, Development and Medical (WRDM) organization. Provide proactive and readily-accessible legal counsel and support to assigned client groups, with a focus on protecting and enhancing business value and delivering breakthroughs that change patients lives. Apply exceptional legal acumen and sound judgment to identify innovative solutions for this fast-paced space that balances business opportunity with risk mitigation to ensure long-term protection and success. Establish and/or support external collaborations and research initiatives, including the structuring, negotiating and drafting of complex in-licensing agreements and research collaboration agreements. Support alliance management activities and governance of programs. Develop and implement training programs relating to potential risk areas for assigned client groups. Partner collaboratively with other lawyers in Business Transactions and across the Legal Division as well as colleagues throughout the company to provide the most efficient and effective legal support. Keen ability to network and build strong working relationships within a matrixed organization. Promote company-wide standards of compliance, quality and risk management in drug research and development. Support and actively contribute to Legal Division projects and initiatives.

The candidate should have a J.D. or equivalent law degree and a strong academic background. Should have 5 years of experience at a large law firm, having handled pharmaceutical and/or biotech transactional matters that impact R&D (e.g., IP licensing, R&D collaborations, sponsored research, material transfer agreements, etc.). Scientific background and previous in-house experience at a pharmaceutical and/or biotech company is a plus as is experienced with Good Laboratory Practices (GLP), Good Clinical Practice (GCP), human subject protections and data privacy. A thorough understanding of regulatory and legal frameworks governing the research, development and approval of new medicines. Demonstrated ability to grasp scientific and technical concepts quickly. Able to form strong, positive relationships with colleagues and operate efficiently and effectively in a fast-paced, innovative business climate. Fully accountable and able to exercise sound judgment, as well as common sense. Ability to work independently under tight timelines and to plan, prioritize and organize cross-functional tasks. Ability to proactively identify and analyze potential legal issues and develop creative, pragmatic and business-oriented legal advice and solutions. Excellent oral and written communication, analytical, organizational and strategic thinking skills. Demonstrates a breadth of diverse leadership experiences and capabilities including the ability to influence and collaborate with peers, develop and coach others, oversee and guide the work of other colleagues to achieve meaningful outcomes and create business impact. Last Date to Apply - 10/4/2022.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-09-28

Counsel II, Corporate Contracting

Marlborough MA Counsel II, Corporate Contracting The candidate will be structuring, negotiating, and drafting sales, distribution, product placement, service, settlement, consulting, master services, master purchase, GPO agreements, and other types of commercial agreements. Will be representing and supporting internal sales clients in contract negotiations with customer counsel and customer business leadership. Counseling and advising Corporate Sales/Divisional partners on various legal and compliance issues, including Anti-Kickback and related Safe Harbors, anti-trust, and Physician Payments Sunshine Act. Advising Corporate Sales/Divisional partners regarding the formation/efficacy of various products, sampling, evaluation, placement, and other discount programs and arrangements requested by customers or initiated by Corporate Sales/Divisional partners. Working with subject matter experts and stakeholders to ensure compliance with relevant laws and regulations related to privacy (e.g., HIPAA). Partnering with internal business clients to ensure agreements are consistent with corporate policies and processes, as well as the desired business arrangement. Counseling and advising on government contracting. Developing and providing training to internal clients and stakeholders on company policies/processes, best practices, and relevant laws and regulations. Liaising with outside counsel as warranted. Helping drive process and consistency across contracting streams. Counseling and advising internal clients on ad hoc legal issues.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctor degree; active good standing in one State Bar in the US. Must have 7-10 years of combined experience in a law firm or in-house legal department, with experience drafting and negotiating complex commercial agreements. Deep understanding of contract law and legal concepts, including their practical application in a business environment experience. In-house legal experience supporting an IT or broad-based contracting group desired. Experience with technology agreements preferred.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2022-09-28

Director Corporate Counsel, Antitrust

Waltham MA Director Corporate Counsel, Antitrust The candidate will support the successful execution of the Company's M&A strategy and timely completion of its M&A transactions: assess, consult and lead antitrust risk; collaborate with the business and external counsel to develop and implement strategy for timely clearance of merger reviews; and support all aspects of merger clearance filings and M&A integrations. Assess and counsel on antitrust and competition risks and considerations and potential impact on the business. Support and maintain the development and implementation of worldwide compliance policies, processes, and training on aligning with global competition and antitrust laws. Advise on the competition aspects of third-party relationships and partnerships, product and marketing collaborations, pricing strategies, distribution agreements and practices and other commercial arrangements globally. Review and edit communications, business strategy and marketing presentations and competitive intelligence. Support compliance with antitrust regulatory reporting obligations. Coordinate responses to antitrust inquiries by enforcement agencies around the globe, including third party questionnaires, interview requests, and other requests for information. Coordinate with the Corporate Compliance team to handle and conduct antitrust related internal compliance investigations and risk assessments. Monitor and respond to relevant antitrust developments and trends across the globe. Partner with government affairs to find opportunities for proactive and productive engagement with key regulators, governments and other external partners. Bachelor's degree and Juris Doctor from accredited university. The candidate should have 5+demonstrated ability with a primary focus in antitrust law and have experience in a range of competition matters including mergers and acquisitions, compliance, counseling, litigation, and government investigations. Experience in the U.S. merger review process and solid understanding of merger review regulations (including competition and foreign direct investment regulations) outside the U.S., as well as experience in handling regulatory filing processes. Substantive legal expertise across multiple areas of antitrust and competition law, including regulatory requirements, advice and counseling, strategy, mergers, joint ventures, and collaborations and commercial arrangements. Ability to partner with and influence business clients and crossfunctional partners to deliver results while evaluating and leading risk to the enterprise. Teammate capable of leading and participating within cross-functional project teams to meet key breakthroughs under timeless and stressful conditions. Strong project and process management capabilities. Experience in team building and management, client-relations skills, strong presence and hardworking self-starter. Strong social skills. Clear sense of the practical application of the law to the business. Leadership experience, ability to work independently, take initiative, well-organized and comfortable working in a fast-paced environment. Creative problem-solving skills, continuous curiosity, and a consistently calm and solutions-oriented approach. Shown ability to effectively handle conflict and apply judgment in counseling. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-09-28
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Senior Legal Counsel, Corporate And Securities
Refer job# YFDE170790
 
Senior Legal Counsel, Corporate and Securities The candidate will manage general corporate legal matters, including corporate governance, compliance, and legal structure topics. Draft, negotiate and review all types of corporate agreements, including corporate financings, investments, and mergers and acquisitions. Supervise legal due diligence, project manage deals to a conclusion, coordinate outside advisors and support post-closing integration matters. Manage equity operations, employee stock plans and policies. Supervise entity compliance and corporate secretarial matters for the company's global subsidiaries. Support General Counsel with corporate secretarial duties, including preparation of Board materials, governance documents, minutes, and other matters. In partnership with relevant internal departments, provide legal support to the company's Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives, including support in the preparation of the company's annual CSR report(s). Partner with Tax and Finance teams to oversee and implement global corporate strategies. Manage the company's worldwide insurance program. Advise internal clients with respect to a wide variety of business issues and legal matters, including employment, equity compensation and enterprise compliance matters as needed. Participate in compliance initiatives including training internal clients on company legal policies or issues, including code of conduct, ethics, insider trading and anti-bribery and anti-corruption issues.

The candidate should have a J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school and a State Bar member in good standing. Legal practice of 7+ years at a law firm and/or publicly traded company. Broad transactional and corporate experience, including IPOs, mergers and acquisitions, equity investments, debt financings, and general corporate and securities matters. Prior experience managing SEC and stock exchange compliance and reporting obligations, including 10-Qs/Ks, 8-Ks, and Section 16 filings, registration statements, proxy statements and annual meeting process. Excellent project management, productivity, organizational and time management abilities.
 
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Employment Counsel
Refer job# HUDF170802
 
Employment Counsel The candidate will provide legal and practical guidance to internal clients, research legal issues, and negotiate agreements. Advise on company policies and promote compliance. Handle sensitive matters including personnel actions and allegations of discrimination. Manage outside counsel in administrative matters and in litigation. Draft and review contracts with clients, teaming partners, subcontractors, vendors, and others. Perform other duties and functions as assigned. Specialized knowledge and experience in employment law and contract law. Excellent legal, writing, and interpersonal skills. Law degree and bar membership. Should have 7 years of relevant experience as an attorney. Experience that reflects the diverse responsibilities of the position. In-house experience preferred.
 
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Associate Director, Commercial Contracts Counsel
Refer job# TAAC170783
 
Associate Director, Commercial Contracts Counsel The candidate will be partnering with the commercial team to structure, draft, revise and negotiate a range of complex legal contracts with qualified treatment centers and payers, including state Medicaid agencies and commercial insurers, beginning from term sheets through contract execution and potential contract expansion. Potentially supporting other functions on drafting and negotiating with their significant contracts, such as commercial supply agreements. Communicating risks and explaining contract language and terminology effectively and clearly at all levels of the organization. Assisting in the supervision of non-lawyer legal professionals in the negotiation and finalization of standard legal agreements, such as confidentiality agreements, consulting agreements, and clinical trial agreements. Participating in projects to improve contracting processes by collaborating with procurement, vendor management and operations teams. Developing cross-functional training materials and contract templates as needed. Managing external counsel relationships as appropriate. A J.D. from an accredited law school and admitted to practice in at least 1 US state. Should have 3+ years of experience in contracting, drafting, and negotiating contracts and/or transactions; experience with complex commercial contracts and/or transactions, healthcare and payer experience preferred. Experience working with internal or external clients in the pharmaceutical or biotechnology industry is essential; in-house experience is preferred. Ability to interact and communicate effectively cross-functionally at all levels of the organization. Excellent interpersonal, influencing and negotiation skills as well as excellent verbal and written communication skills. Self-direction and ability to work in a dynamic, fast-paced, high-volume environment and meet deadlines with curiosity to learn new things and dig into the 'why'. Proficiency in managing multiple projects and workstreams with the ability to identify areas for process improvement and drive solutions. Desire to become proficient in the contract management system and related IT solutions.
 
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Claim Counsel, Construction Surety
Refer job# AXJH170732
 
Claim Counsel, Construction Surety The candidate will follow operational policies to analyze, investigate, and resolve BSI claims of varying levels of severity with moderate supervision from Claims Management. Will prepare and present reports for Management that accurately reflect loss development, potential/actual financial exposure, reserve adjustments, coverage issues, and claim and recovery strategies. Retain, monitor, and manage outside counsel actively utilizing litigation management plans and budgets. Communicate with underwriting on significant claim exposures. Provide legal review and advice to underwriters on bond obligations and project contract documents. Review, draft and/or modify bond forms, contract documents and other agreements including, indemnity, takeover, completion, subcontractor ratification, financing and collateral. Negotiate the resolution of bonded obligations on defaulted contracts and litigation, and terms of agreements including indemnity agreements, letters of credit, set aside letters from lenders, intercreditor agreements and subordination agreements. Review documents pertaining to mergers, equity sales and asset sales to determine the legal status and ownership of indemnitors undergoing a change of control. Draft and negotiate appropriate agreements to document indemnity changes related to such transactions. Engage in account workout risk mitigation analysis, advise on mitigation strategies, and assist in execution of such strategies. Travel to and attend mediations, settlement conferences, claim conferences, field office visits, trials and depositions. Monitor account bankruptcy proceedings and document post-bankruptcy indemnity. Draft and file proofs of claim and advise as to potential recovery. Retain outside counsel where appropriate to protect or enforce surety rights. Research, analyze and provide recovery and loss mitigation advice to claim and underwriting colleagues on claims of varying complexity, including drafting/reviewing settlement agreements, releases, assignments, and/or other documents. Develop the ability to identify all recovery opportunities and coordinate recovery efforts with the Recovery Management Unit and Claim Management. Monitor marketplace conditions, conduct research, and draft reference materials to inform claim and underwriting colleagues on law impacting Travelers underwriting and claim decisions. Support underwriting marketing efforts, including participation in broker and account visits and risk mitigation seminars and authoring customer-focused white papers and articles. Obtain and maintain required adjusters licenses. Perform other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have 3 years of relevant legal or claim handling work experience; related to construction and/or surety. Demonstrated ability to effectively work through conflict and resolve issues with a professional demeanor is required. Should have Bachelor's Degree. Must have Juris Doctorate Degree. Properly licensed, registered or authorized, and in good standing, to practice law in the jurisdiction in which will be working is required. Must have 2 years of relevant legal experience.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Litigation Attorney, Worker'sCompensation
Refer job# EQKS170735
 
Litigation Attorney, Worker's Compensation Duties: The candidate handles insurance defense or coverage matters from pleadings through trial. Manages litigation preparation driving for superior results. Develops the litigation strategy, and prepares/directs the preparation of all necessary materials i.e., briefs, motions, discovery, depositions, experts, etc. Advises whether a case should be tried or settled and actively drives the case to resolution with an appropriate sense of urgency. Handles bench and jury trials as the first chair in both state and federal courts as necessary. Tries all aspects of cases including court appearances, trial preparation, motions, discovery, and negotiations. Communicates regularly and concisely with clients, claim professionals, leadership, and others to ensure an appropriate level of understanding and documentation exists for effective case management. Conducts legal research and analysis of facts and information to provide counsel and guidance on legal questions or issues. Prepares opinions or position papers on various legal issues and interpretation of legal issues/provisions. Counsels client/management/claim professionals to avoid legally unsound decisions or plans and when changes in the law occur. May train, or mentor other attorneys and paralegals. Trains department staff on appropriate procedures (e.g., claims, etc). Collaboratively works with clients, claim professionals, underwriting, risk control, and other third parties while resolving legal issues. Works independently in resolving legal cases with oversight supervision. Responds to government regulatory agencies as needed. Acts with a sense of urgency to advance the priorities of the client/organization. Helps self and others to excel through collaboration and building strong relationships. Thinks creatively and uses diverse ideas to solve problems. Raises expectations of self and others by continuously learning and broadening industry and technical skills.

Qualifications: The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree with JD, and admission to the bar of MA and RI. Typically requires 5+ years of legal experience in claims and/or law firms with a progressively increasing level of responsibility. Requires trial and/or litigation experience. Requires a proven track record of results. May require specific technical/functional area legal experience. Advanced knowledge of the theories, principles, practices, and procedures of litigation management within an insurance organization. Excellent verbal and written communication, negotiation, and presentation skills. Strong negotiation, consultative and facilitation skills with the ability to effectively interact with all internal and external business partners. Ability to exercise independent judgment, and to work with and maintain confidential and sensitive information. Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills, and senior-level skills in managing ambiguous situations and issues. Proven ability to take a proactive long-term view of business goals and objectives to achieve strategic business results. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and other business-related software ie Team Connect or other case management software. Value-driven to provide superior solutions to internal and/or external clients.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Product Legal
Refer job# SYSD170759
 
Corporate Counsel, Product Legal The candidate will draft and approve term sheets, definitive agreements, and exhibits related to strategic initiatives and partnerships. Will review and negotiate complex agreements with service providers and technology partners. Engage and manage Outside Counsel for negotiations that require oversight, such as those with significant regulatory risk. Draft templates and playbooks for strategic partnership agreements and serve as subject matter expert on transactions. Provide guidance to executives, engineers and product managers on issues related to new and existing services, products, and features throughout the entire product lifecycle. Serve as a resident expert and resource on issues related to SaaS product lifecycle and data protection as these topics relate to our commerce, marketing, advertising and social media products and services. Provide strategic and timely client training on relevant issues and processes.

The candidate should have Law degree and admitted to practice in at least one US jurisdiction. A related degree required. Must have 4-5 years combined experience in law firm and/or in-house legal department, including experience negotiating and drafting technology agreements. Must be familiar with key regulatory requirements in the SaaS space, including privacy and data protection issues and intellectual property. In-house experience at a technology company, with significant transactional and product counseling experience is preferred. Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) is a plus. Well-grounded knowledge of intellectual property law is preferred. Substantive expertise in laws governing commerce, payments, marketing and advertising law (e.g., TCPA, CAN-SPAM Act, GDPR, CCPA, E-Privacy) is desired. Should preferably have substantive expertise in laws governing cookies and other tracking technologies.
 
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Intellectual Property Counsel
Refer job# VQYL170679
 
Intellectual Property Counsel The candidate will develop the Company's intellectual property strategy in collaboration with and based on input from the Chief Legal Officer and management to align with the Company's business objectives. Be a critical participant in internal and external discussions relating to licensing of the Company's intellectual property. Advise and inform management of legal issues and recommendations relating to material intellectual property matters. Be responsible for the preparation, filing, prosecution, maintenance and enforcement of patents, trademarks, copyrights, etc. Oversee landscape, validity, patentability and freedom-to-operate analyses, conduct prior art searches and monitor relevant intellectual property in the field. Review proposed publications & presentations for potential impact on the patent portfolio. Be a primary partner to teams across the organization to enable the prosecution and maintenance of the Company's intellectual property. Manage external counsel on all matters relating to filing, prosecution, analysis and enforcement of the Company's intellectual property. Demonstrate strong organizational and prioritization skills needed to manage multiple, parallel projects at any given time. Contribute to special projects and respond to ad hoc requests as needed from time to time. Engage collaboratively with Legal Team members as needed, across other areas. Should be an intellectual property attorney (Juris Doctorate & registered to practice before the US Patent and Trademark Office) typically requiring 8+ years of experience in-house at a biotech or large pharmaceutical company. Ph.D. in chemistry, with experience in biologics, bioanalytical chemistry, process development, drug formulation and research discovery strongly desired. Experience in a fast-paced, high-volume setting is strongly preferred. Other essential skills include attention to detail, commitment to integrity and ethics, strong collaboration and teamwork, the ability to maintain professionalism under pressure, and a healthy sense of humor.
 
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Corporate Counsel Life Science R&d
Refer job# ZCHQ170699
 
Corporate Counsel - Life Science R&D The candidate will serve as the primary legal contact for assigned client groups within Pfizer's Worldwide Research, Development and Medical (WRDM) organization. Provide proactive and readily-accessible legal counsel and support to assigned client groups, with a focus on protecting and enhancing business value and delivering breakthroughs that change patients lives. Apply exceptional legal acumen and sound judgment to identify innovative solutions for this fast-paced space that balances business opportunity with risk mitigation to ensure long-term protection and success. Establish and/or support external collaborations and research initiatives, including the structuring, negotiating and drafting of complex in-licensing agreements and research collaboration agreements. Support alliance management activities and governance of programs. Develop and implement training programs relating to potential risk areas for assigned client groups. Partner collaboratively with other lawyers in Business Transactions and across the Legal Division as well as colleagues throughout the company to provide the most efficient and effective legal support. Keen ability to network and build strong working relationships within a matrixed organization. Promote company-wide standards of compliance, quality and risk management in drug research and development. Support and actively contribute to Legal Division projects and initiatives.

The candidate should have a J.D. or equivalent law degree and a strong academic background. Should have 5 years of experience at a large law firm, having handled pharmaceutical and/or biotech transactional matters that impact R&D (e.g., IP licensing, R&D collaborations, sponsored research, material transfer agreements, etc.). Scientific background and previous in-house experience at a pharmaceutical and/or biotech company is a plus as is experienced with Good Laboratory Practices (GLP), Good Clinical Practice (GCP), human subject protections and data privacy. A thorough understanding of regulatory and legal frameworks governing the research, development and approval of new medicines. Demonstrated ability to grasp scientific and technical concepts quickly. Able to form strong, positive relationships with colleagues and operate efficiently and effectively in a fast-paced, innovative business climate. Fully accountable and able to exercise sound judgment, as well as common sense. Ability to work independently under tight timelines and to plan, prioritize and organize cross-functional tasks. Ability to proactively identify and analyze potential legal issues and develop creative, pragmatic and business-oriented legal advice and solutions. Excellent oral and written communication, analytical, organizational and strategic thinking skills. Demonstrates a breadth of diverse leadership experiences and capabilities including the ability to influence and collaborate with peers, develop and coach others, oversee and guide the work of other colleagues to achieve meaningful outcomes and create business impact. Last Date to Apply - 10/4/2022.
 
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Counsel II, Corporate Contracting
Refer job# XMOG170701
 
Counsel II, Corporate Contracting The candidate will be structuring, negotiating, and drafting sales, distribution, product placement, service, settlement, consulting, master services, master purchase, GPO agreements, and other types of commercial agreements. Will be representing and supporting internal sales clients in contract negotiations with customer counsel and customer business leadership. Counseling and advising Corporate Sales/Divisional partners on various legal and compliance issues, including Anti-Kickback and related Safe Harbors, anti-trust, and Physician Payments Sunshine Act. Advising Corporate Sales/Divisional partners regarding the formation/efficacy of various products, sampling, evaluation, placement, and other discount programs and arrangements requested by customers or initiated by Corporate Sales/Divisional partners. Working with subject matter experts and stakeholders to ensure compliance with relevant laws and regulations related to privacy (e.g., HIPAA). Partnering with internal business clients to ensure agreements are consistent with corporate policies and processes, as well as the desired business arrangement. Counseling and advising on government contracting. Developing and providing training to internal clients and stakeholders on company policies/processes, best practices, and relevant laws and regulations. Liaising with outside counsel as warranted. Helping drive process and consistency across contracting streams. Counseling and advising internal clients on ad hoc legal issues.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctor degree; active good standing in one State Bar in the US. Must have 7-10 years of combined experience in a law firm or in-house legal department, with experience drafting and negotiating complex commercial agreements. Deep understanding of contract law and legal concepts, including their practical application in a business environment experience. In-house legal experience supporting an IT or broad-based contracting group desired. Experience with technology agreements preferred.
 
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Director Corporate Counsel, Antitrust
Refer job# KJOG170710
 
Director Corporate Counsel, Antitrust The candidate will support the successful execution of the Company's M&A strategy and timely completion of its M&A transactions: assess, consult and lead antitrust risk; collaborate with the business and external counsel to develop and implement strategy for timely clearance of merger reviews; and support all aspects of merger clearance filings and M&A integrations. Assess and counsel on antitrust and competition risks and considerations and potential impact on the business. Support and maintain the development and implementation of worldwide compliance policies, processes, and training on aligning with global competition and antitrust laws. Advise on the competition aspects of third-party relationships and partnerships, product and marketing collaborations, pricing strategies, distribution agreements and practices and other commercial arrangements globally. Review and edit communications, business strategy and marketing presentations and competitive intelligence. Support compliance with antitrust regulatory reporting obligations. Coordinate responses to antitrust inquiries by enforcement agencies around the globe, including third party questionnaires, interview requests, and other requests for information. Coordinate with the Corporate Compliance team to handle and conduct antitrust related internal compliance investigations and risk assessments. Monitor and respond to relevant antitrust developments and trends across the globe. Partner with government affairs to find opportunities for proactive and productive engagement with key regulators, governments and other external partners. Bachelor's degree and Juris Doctor from accredited university. The candidate should have 5+demonstrated ability with a primary focus in antitrust law and have experience in a range of competition matters including mergers and acquisitions, compliance, counseling, litigation, and government investigations. Experience in the U.S. merger review process and solid understanding of merger review regulations (including competition and foreign direct investment regulations) outside the U.S., as well as experience in handling regulatory filing processes. Substantive legal expertise across multiple areas of antitrust and competition law, including regulatory requirements, advice and counseling, strategy, mergers, joint ventures, and collaborations and commercial arrangements. Ability to partner with and influence business clients and crossfunctional partners to deliver results while evaluating and leading risk to the enterprise. Teammate capable of leading and participating within cross-functional project teams to meet key breakthroughs under timeless and stressful conditions. Strong project and process management capabilities. Experience in team building and management, client-relations skills, strong presence and hardworking self-starter. Strong social skills. Clear sense of the practical application of the law to the business. Leadership experience, ability to work independently, take initiative, well-organized and comfortable working in a fast-paced environment. Creative problem-solving skills, continuous curiosity, and a consistently calm and solutions-oriented approach. Shown ability to effectively handle conflict and apply judgment in counseling.
 
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