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Attorney - 3rd Party Litigation

Boston MA Attorney - 3rd Party Litigation The candidate will work with a focus on Third-Party Litigation issues impacting the Global Business and Markets Division, serving mid- to large-sized corporations and institutional clients. Will manage the review and processing of all Third-Party subpoenas and related legal process for the Global Business and Markets Division. Identify subpoenas relating to the Global Business and Markets Division. This includes matters involving mergers and acquisitions (Securities-provided advisory services), debt and equity financing (e.g. a company's IPO), commercial mortgage-backed securities, residential mortgage-backed securities, equity research, commercial loans, and institutional accounts. Manage compliance and production relative to subpoenas and similar types of legal process. Responsibilities also include drafting or review of protective orders, drafting objections and responses, negotiating the scope of the subpoenas, and production and retention of responsive documents. Draft and manage preservation orders and coordinate with internal e-Discovery partners and/or related third-party vendors. Review relevant litigation related pleadings/documents and assess the risks to the Bank, including the risk of potential future litigation directly against the Bank. In assessing risk, determine if outside counsel must be engaged for motion practice (motion to quash, protective order, etc.). Identify deals/transactions where the Bank is a financial advisor (M&A) and coordinate the response with the client's counsel and the Bank's transactional counsel. Build relationships and work closely with the line of business to collect documents and review for responsiveness and privilege. Identify and communicate with the relevant stakeholders and their legal partners. Monitor the discovery phase of litigation and providing updates to the business. Analyze laws, contract terms and conditions, and corporate policies and standards related to financial privacy and confidential/proprietary information. Proficiency advise risk and compliance managers and other corporate support functions and attorneys in the above areas, and support them in the development of practical operational processes that control risk and ensure compliance.

The candidate should be a qualified attorney with a J.D. degree from an ABA accredited institution and admitted to State Bar and in good standing. Must have 5-10 years of relevant experience in 3rd party litigation, corporate litigation and/or subpoena compliance. Deep knowledge of subpoena compliance and/or related litigation discovery experience is required. Experience in global financial services is a plus. Should have in-depth knowledge of, and experience analyzing and applying federal and state laws and corporate policies related to third-party litigation, discovery compliance and financial privacy.
Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2020-04-06

Director/Counsel, Contracts Management

Newton MA Director/Counsel, Contracts Management Responsibilities: Responsible for drafting, reviewing and negotiating vendor agreements, healthcare professional and other consulting agreements and pre-clinical contracts. Legal lead on Investigator Sponsored Trial (IST) program, responsible for drafting and reviewing IST agreements and related amendments and attending team calls with the GMSA IST program leads. Legal lead on Grants and Sponsorship Letters and escalation point for all revisions requiring Legal review. Responsible for handling any escalations from the Vendor Contracts Specialist and Contracts Manager and determining if further escalation is required for finalization of contracts. Work with other internal departments as appropriate for activities related to contracts (i.e. quarterly finance review and quarterly related party review). Provide continuing support on executed vendor and consulting agreements (e.g., drafting amendments, extensions and terminations, interpreting contractual language in response to issues or questions that arise). Follow internal company processes related to contract management systems and department processes; ensure that contract management systems related to vendor contracts are current and accurate; offer and contribute to existing or new department process guidelines to ensure consistencies and improvement. Overall support for the vendor contracts team and oversight of all activities to ensure that the team is responding to requests both appropriately and in a timely manner. Support of special projects as assigned by General Counsel or Associate General Counsel.

Qualifications: A. or B.S. degree required; JD Degree preferred. 10+ years experience in contract management and negotiation. 8+ years of specific experience with biopharmaceutical companies. Experience managing team preferred. Must be able to manage multiple projects and priorities and meet deadlines. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills sufficient to multi-task in a fast-paced and high-volume environment with changing priorities. Good business judgment and excellent negotiation skills. Excellent attention to detail.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-04

Corporate Counsel, Business Transactions

Cambridge MA Corporate Counsel, Business Transactions The candidate will partner with the Business Development team, advising on strategic business transactions, including in/outbound IP licensing, collaboration agreements and strategic alliances to advance the companys goals. Lead legal due diligence, drafting and negotiation of final deal documents for strategic business transactions. Draft and negotiate contracts, including CDAs, MTAs, manufacturing and supply chain agreements, license agreements, clinical trial agreements, and various vendor service agreements. Manage a high-volume workflow by establishing a robust process that balances company priorities and client service. Advise on contract interpretation, dispute resolution and legal risks. Collaborate with the intellectual property team on IP-related matters. Partner with Alliance Management on the integration, terms, and performance of existing partnerships and strategic alliances. Manage a direct report supporting business development, research, manufacturing and supply chain, and clinical contracting, including providing opportunities for professional growth for team members.

The candidate must have 8+ years of experience in a public biotech or pharmaceutical corporate setting. A combination of both law firm and in-house public company experience is a plus. Should have JD degree from an accredited law school and active membership in at least one state bar. Should have strong legal background and experience if the field of biotechnology or biopharma R&D, including an understanding of applicable laws and regulations for developing and commercializing biopharmaceutical products. Experience in gene therapy, cell therapy or gene editing a plus. Should have ability to work collaboratively across the company, successfully build relationships, and efficiently manage outside counsel. Must have ability to think creatively, evaluate and manage risk, devise business-focused solutions to challenging problems, and drive issues to closure to meet the companys goals. Should have semonstrated success managing complex corporate transactions and multiple competing matters. Must have excellent interpersonal, decision-making and communications skills.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-04

Senior Corporate Counsel, Securities

Cambridge MA Senior Corporate Counsel, Securities The candidate responsibility for firms Medicines securities law compliance and reporting obligations, including registration statements, 10-K/Qs, 8-Ks, Section 16 filings, proxy statement and annual meeting process. Advise management with respect to compliance with all applicable securities and corporate laws and corporate governance matters. Advise on corporate financing transactions, including leading on due diligence, drafting and negotiation of related documents. Assist Chief Legal Officer on corporate secretary duties, including preparation of board materials preparing meeting materials, minutes, consents, resolutions, charters, and policies. Lead cross-functional efforts to train employees regarding public company compliance and assist with the development and implementation of company policies. Partner with Investor Relations, Corporate Communications and Clinical/Regulatory teams to review external communications, including press releases, earnings releases and investor presentations. Partner with human resources and finance teams to advise on a variety of matters, including employee equity incentive programs.

The candidate must have 10+ years of experience in a public biotech or pharmaceutical corporate setting. A combination of both law firm and in-house public company experience is a plus. Should have JD degree from an accredited law school and active membership in at least one state bar. Should be detailed understanding of applicable securities laws and significant experience advising clients on public company reporting and compliance matters. Must have ability to work collaboratively across the company, successfully build relationships, and efficiently manage outside counsel. Should have ability to think creatively, evaluate and manage risk, devise business-focused solutions to challenging problems, and drive issues to closure to meet the companys goals. Must have demonstrated success managing complex corporate transactions and multiple competing matters. Should have excellent interpersonal, decision-making and communications skills.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-04

Associate Claim Counsel, Surety Construction Services

Braintree MA Associate Claim Counsel, Surety Construction Services Duties: Maintain all necessary active adjusters licenses and remain current with all CE credit requirements. Within authority limit, analyze, investigate, negotiate and resolve low to moderate severity claims with active supervision by claims management. Enhance decision making skills and confidence necessary to make appropriate decisions within own claim authority and to make appropriate recommendations to management when necessary. Learn operational policies, procedures, workflow and performance standards in order to comply with all regulatory and Bond customer service standards. Be accountable for accurate documentation/information in claim file and Bond Claim Management System (BCMS). Learn and adhere to Claim documentation standards (e.g. coverage analysis, reserve and settlement rationale, current diary). Prepare reports (e.g. Large Loss Memos, quarterly claim, EC, trial, class action) to management that accurately reflect loss development, potential/actual financial exposure, coverage issues, and claim and recovery strategies. Surety: Proactively optimize pre-loss recovery opportunities through indemnitors and collateral. Identify all recovery opportunities and coordinate recovery efforts with the Recovery Management Unit and claims management. Within authority limit, retain, monitor, manage and approve payments to outside counsel on routine litigation matters, actively utilizing litigation management plans and budgets. Guidance is needed for non-routine litigation. Learn and utilize negotiating skills and strategies within a litigation and non-litigation context. Keep claims management apprised of all claims being handled, seeking input and guidance, as necessary, for prompt resolution. Communicate reserve adjustments to underwriting. Learn and develop product knowledge. Gain an overall understanding of all Bond Business Units and Travelers businesses. Recognize issues with broader implications to Bond and Travelers. Represent Surety in claim strategic initiatives (or lead team); lead Surety Claim strategic initiatives. Share newsletters, webinar information, case analyses, results of defense counsels legal research and/or litigation strategies with underwriting, Claim and Claim management. Maintain an active license in the state of your principal office location and remain current with all CLE credits. Provide legal support to business partners. Review and analyze forms to provide input on legal advice and risk analysis to underwriting. Participate in drafting indemnity agreements and riders. Review transactional documents to provide legal advice and risk analysis to business partners. Review customer contracts to provide input on legal advice and risk analysis of contract language. Provide legal advice on litigation strategies. Research legal issues for business partners and claim team. Participate in drafting indemnity agreements and riders (Surety Claim). Maintain current knowledge of relevant legal issues and trends in the surety market place through review of legal publications.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required. JD Degree required. Properly licensed, registered or authorized, and in good standing, to practice law in the jurisdiction in which will be working. 1-3 years of surety claim handling, construction claim/litigation or other related experience strongly preferred. Maintain an active license in the state of your principal office location and remain current with all CLE credits.
Legal 1 - 3 Full-time 2020-04-02

Director, Corporate Counsel

Cambridge MA Director, Corporate Counsel The candidate will partner on a broad range of corporate legal matters for company's commercial and late-stage products and product candidates, including review of advertising, promotional and medical materials, and strategic advice on transactional and contracting matters. Will report to the Vice President, Corporate Legal Affairs. Serve on promotional and medical review teams and partner with Commercial, Medical Affairs and Regulatory Affairs to help ensure compliance, consistency and accuracy in connection with promotional, medical and disease awareness materials, publications, scientific and medical meeting materials, training materials, and materials for advisory boards andmarket research. Provide legal advice related to materials and initiatives from the Patient Services, Patient Advocacy, Precision Medicine and Clinical Affairs teams. Work collaboratively as a member of cross-functional teams to review other external communication materials, including press releases, conference call scripts, social media postings, website content, and webinar materials. Assist with the review of materials used by teams located outside of the US and, as applicable, help supervise outside counsel and manage the related expenditures to stay within budget. Partner with other members of the legal department as requested to establish and implement periodic risk assessments and audits to identify potential areas of compliance vulnerability and risk. Assist with internal investigations and trainings, as requested. Help support transactional, contracting and other business development initiatives, including drafting, reviewing and negotiating agreements and transaction-related documents. Partner with Compliance, Medical Affairs and other colleagues as requested on review and approval of sponsorships, grants and donations. Develop and deliver training to internal teams, as needed. Represent the department on cross-functional teams, company-wide initiatives or committees, and special projects, as assigned. Maintain a working knowledge of applicable laws, regulations, and enforcement actions to identify emerging trends and risks; keep senior management informed of trends and risks, and help implement related policies, procedures and training programs.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school and be a member in good standing of the Massachusetts Bar. Must have 5-8 years of legal experience in the biopharmaceutical industry at a large law firm and/or in an in-house legal department. Prior experience advising on advertising and promotional matters as a member of an in-house legal department of a commercial-stage biopharmaceutical company strongly preferred. A thorough understanding of healthcare laws and regulations and corporate governance issues related to development and commercialization of biopharmaceutical products, including US Federal healthcare program requirements under the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, the False Claims Act, the Anti-Kickback Statute, OIG guidelines and opinions, the Sunshine Act, FCPA, the UK Bribery Act, HIPAA, and GDPR needed. Prior experience with drafting and negotiating collaboration and licensing agreements in the biotechnology industry a plus.
Legal 5 - 8 Full-time 2020-03-31

Senior Corporate Counsel, Product

Burlington MA Senior Corporate Counsel, Product The candidate will provide guidance to executives, engineers and product managers on issues related to new and existing services, products, and features throughout the entire product lifecycle. Will serve as a resident expert and resource on issues related to SaaS product lifecycle and data protection as these topics relate to Salesforce's non-profit platform, products, and services. Review and negotiate complex agreements with service providers and technology partners, as well as advise executive leadership and product management on such transactions. Provide strategic and timely client training on relevant issues. Build cross-functional relationships with business teams as well as other members of the legal department.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor Degree and admitted to practice in at least one US jurisdiction. Must have 8+ years of combined experience in law firm and/or in-house legal department, preferably in the technology industry, with significant transactional and product counseling experience. Must be familiar with key regulatory requirements in the SaaS space, including privacy and data protection issues. Substantive expertise in laws governing philanthropy organizations, non-profits, donations, and payment processing is required. Must have substantive expertise in privacy laws (GDPR, CCPA, E-Privacy). In-house experience at a technology company is preferred. Familiarity with COPPA is desired. Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) is plus.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-31

Commercial Contracts Attorney

Andover MA Commercial Contracts Attorney DUTIES: Review, markup/draft, negotiate and close client contracts, including Master Services Agreements, Service Agreements, Statements of Work, Non-Disclosure Agreements, Partner Agreements, RFP responses and supporting documents, Leases, Vendor Agreements, etc. Identify legal and business risks and communicate that to stakeholders for discussion and resolution. Build a strong working relationship with the sales team. Apply innovative problem-solving skills and practical business judgment to maximize revenues, minimize risk and foster long-term client relationships. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment where requirements change rapidly with business needs. Successfully and tactfully negotiate terms with customers of varied backgrounds, including procurement, attorneys, and executives, from small and medium sized businesses to Fortune 500 enterprises. Contribute to handling a range of legal matters by supporting other members of the legal department on an as-needed basis. Collaborate with and facilitate cross-team decision-making among the Legal team, Finance team, business teams and other internal teams.

QUALIFICATIONS: JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school required. Licensed in good standing to practice law in a US state. 1-5 years of relevant experience, in-house corporate legal department experience strongly preferred. Services / Software Industry experience preferred. Experience negotiating client contracts and other experience demonstrating ability to handle and close commercial and legal negotiations. Demonstrated success working in a high-performing, business results-driven environment is necessary. Demonstrated ability to think and decide quickly, and to communicate legal issues and solutions clearly and concisely.
Legal 1 - 5 Full-time 2020-03-20

Neuromuscular Franchise Counsel

Boston MA Neuromuscular Franchise Counsel The candidate will be key member of our legal and compliance team who is responsible for providing this cross-functional franchise with legal, regulatory and healthcare compliance counsel and handling a variety of business transactions and contracting. This position will act as counsel for all neuromuscular products and will provide substantive advice to cross-functional departments including Commercial, Medical Affairs, and Regulatory Affairs and will support research and development activities in the US. Provide counsel concerning a broad range of legal, regulatory and compliance issues, including, among other things, application and interpretation of FDA regulations, the False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute and competition law in connection with product labeling, promotional and non-promotional activities, marketing strategies, sales compensation, government reimbursement, and interactions with healthcare professionals. Reports to Head of Global Compliance. Provides strategic, operational and tactical legal and business insight on the commercial launch of product candidates in the US. From a legal and regulatory perspective, review and advise on programs, initiatives, contracts, policies and training related to sales, marketing, reimbursement, market access, case management, non-promotional education and scientific exchange. From a legal and regulatory perspective, review and advise on promotional materials, sales training materials, federal and state government price reports, product and disease-related communications and health economics materials; serve as a member of Materials Review Committee, along with medical and regulatory colleagues. From a legal and regulatory perspective, review and advise on interactions with patients, healthcare professionals, institutions, payors, regulatory agencies and government reimbursement programs. Serve as subject matter expert in the areas of US healthcare law and all applicable pharmaceutical marketing, drug pricing and reimbursement, anti-kickback, privacy, fraud and abuse, anti-bribery, Sunshine Act and product liability statutes and regulations. Identify training needs within the organization and develop and present training sessions on relevant laws and legal/business issues. Stay abreast of and communicate to the organization all significant pending and actual decisions, legislation and regulatory rulings that may affect the company in the area of commercial healthcare law. Closely coordinate risk assessment, investigation, training and update activities with Compliance personnel. Other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have J.D. from a law school accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA). Should be admitted to practice law in one or more states. Must have 7 years of biopharmaceutical industry experience, with extensive experience within a commercial stage pharmaceutical or biotech company, or law firm equivalent. Large law firm experience helpful. Experience with launching new products and/or new indications is essential. Must have expertise in the areas of corporate commercial healthcare and FDA regulatory law and regulation, including with respect to FDA labeling and promotional matters, healthcare fraud and abuse laws, pricing and reimbursement issues, US transparency laws and regulations, privacy laws, anti-bribery laws, and other laws and regulations related to the development and commercialization of pharmaceutical products. should have strong interpersonal and oral and written communication skills. Should be able to innovate, analyze and solve problems with minimal supervisory input, anticipating and identifying legal and other business risks and making recommendations to management, as appropriate. Solid understanding of business goals and legal and regulatory landscape is required. Must have high degree of personal, professional and corporate ethics, integrity and responsibility. Should have knowledge of and proficiency with laws and regulations applicable to global pharmaceutical companies, including among other things, the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, US fraud and abuse and false claims laws and PhRMA Code on Interactions with Healthcare Professionals. Must consistently shows initiative, and willing and able to take high levels of responsibility for complex initiatives. Demonstrated organizational skills are required.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-19

Corporate Counsel

Cambridge MA Corporate Counsel The candidate will assist the General Counsel with responsibilities of the legal department (such as tasks related to agreement templates, FAQs, training materials, company policies, and HR documentation). Support the Sales team by negotiating agreements with customers and prospective customers, such as SaaS subscription agreements, order forms, NDAs, DPAs, and other sales-related documents. Work with stakeholders across the company to negotiate a variety of different agreements, including vendor, channel partnership and marketing agreements. Partner with Security team on various tasks related to maintenance of our data privacy and security programs, including making policy updates to remain in compliance with applicable laws, advising internal stakeholders on legal requirements, responding to data subject inquiries, and assisting with vendor intake and risk management assessments. Complete legal research and projects as assigned by the General Counsel. Assist other Litmus departments with legal-related questions and tasks, including identifying and communicating risks associated with specific agreements. Handle legal department administrative tasks.

The candidate should have J.D. degree from an accredited law school and a member of the Bar. Should have 3-5 years of working on commercial contracts, either at a law firm or in-house legal department, including experience negotiating and drafting SaaS agreements. Working knowledge of GDPR, CCPA and general data privacy matters as related to commercial contracts. Experience negotiating customer and vendor DPAs. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills. A keen sense of business judgment in the context of assessing legal risk. Ability to distill and explain complex legal issues to a variety of employees. Strong skills with legal-related software (such as Microsoft Word and Adobe Acrobat). Ability to work autonomously to organize, prioritize and manage hard month/quarter-end deadlines in a fast-paced and demanding work environment. Highly responsive and service-oriented attitude. Professional and approachable demeanor with strong business ethics.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-03-15
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Attorney - 3rd Party Litigation
Refer job# PJEJ149067
 
Attorney - 3rd Party Litigation The candidate will work with a focus on Third-Party Litigation issues impacting the Global Business and Markets Division, serving mid- to large-sized corporations and institutional clients. Will manage the review and processing of all Third-Party subpoenas and related legal process for the Global Business and Markets Division. Identify subpoenas relating to the Global Business and Markets Division. This includes matters involving mergers and acquisitions (Securities-provided advisory services), debt and equity financing (e.g. a company's IPO), commercial mortgage-backed securities, residential mortgage-backed securities, equity research, commercial loans, and institutional accounts. Manage compliance and production relative to subpoenas and similar types of legal process. Responsibilities also include drafting or review of protective orders, drafting objections and responses, negotiating the scope of the subpoenas, and production and retention of responsive documents. Draft and manage preservation orders and coordinate with internal e-Discovery partners and/or related third-party vendors. Review relevant litigation related pleadings/documents and assess the risks to the Bank, including the risk of potential future litigation directly against the Bank. In assessing risk, determine if outside counsel must be engaged for motion practice (motion to quash, protective order, etc.). Identify deals/transactions where the Bank is a financial advisor (M&A) and coordinate the response with the client's counsel and the Bank's transactional counsel. Build relationships and work closely with the line of business to collect documents and review for responsiveness and privilege. Identify and communicate with the relevant stakeholders and their legal partners. Monitor the discovery phase of litigation and providing updates to the business. Analyze laws, contract terms and conditions, and corporate policies and standards related to financial privacy and confidential/proprietary information. Proficiency advise risk and compliance managers and other corporate support functions and attorneys in the above areas, and support them in the development of practical operational processes that control risk and ensure compliance.

The candidate should be a qualified attorney with a J.D. degree from an ABA accredited institution and admitted to State Bar and in good standing. Must have 5-10 years of relevant experience in 3rd party litigation, corporate litigation and/or subpoena compliance. Deep knowledge of subpoena compliance and/or related litigation discovery experience is required. Experience in global financial services is a plus. Should have in-depth knowledge of, and experience analyzing and applying federal and state laws and corporate policies related to third-party litigation, discovery compliance and financial privacy.
 
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Director/Counsel, Contracts Management
Refer job# VKEG149044
 
Director/Counsel, Contracts Management Responsibilities: Responsible for drafting, reviewing and negotiating vendor agreements, healthcare professional and other consulting agreements and pre-clinical contracts. Legal lead on Investigator Sponsored Trial (IST) program, responsible for drafting and reviewing IST agreements and related amendments and attending team calls with the GMSA IST program leads. Legal lead on Grants and Sponsorship Letters and escalation point for all revisions requiring Legal review. Responsible for handling any escalations from the Vendor Contracts Specialist and Contracts Manager and determining if further escalation is required for finalization of contracts. Work with other internal departments as appropriate for activities related to contracts (i.e. quarterly finance review and quarterly related party review). Provide continuing support on executed vendor and consulting agreements (e.g., drafting amendments, extensions and terminations, interpreting contractual language in response to issues or questions that arise). Follow internal company processes related to contract management systems and department processes; ensure that contract management systems related to vendor contracts are current and accurate; offer and contribute to existing or new department process guidelines to ensure consistencies and improvement. Overall support for the vendor contracts team and oversight of all activities to ensure that the team is responding to requests both appropriately and in a timely manner. Support of special projects as assigned by General Counsel or Associate General Counsel.

Qualifications: A. or B.S. degree required; JD Degree preferred. 10+ years experience in contract management and negotiation. 8+ years of specific experience with biopharmaceutical companies. Experience managing team preferred. Must be able to manage multiple projects and priorities and meet deadlines. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills sufficient to multi-task in a fast-paced and high-volume environment with changing priorities. Good business judgment and excellent negotiation skills. Excellent attention to detail.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Business Transactions
Refer job# SQNO149049
 
Corporate Counsel, Business Transactions The candidate will partner with the Business Development team, advising on strategic business transactions, including in/outbound IP licensing, collaboration agreements and strategic alliances to advance the companys goals. Lead legal due diligence, drafting and negotiation of final deal documents for strategic business transactions. Draft and negotiate contracts, including CDAs, MTAs, manufacturing and supply chain agreements, license agreements, clinical trial agreements, and various vendor service agreements. Manage a high-volume workflow by establishing a robust process that balances company priorities and client service. Advise on contract interpretation, dispute resolution and legal risks. Collaborate with the intellectual property team on IP-related matters. Partner with Alliance Management on the integration, terms, and performance of existing partnerships and strategic alliances. Manage a direct report supporting business development, research, manufacturing and supply chain, and clinical contracting, including providing opportunities for professional growth for team members.

The candidate must have 8+ years of experience in a public biotech or pharmaceutical corporate setting. A combination of both law firm and in-house public company experience is a plus. Should have JD degree from an accredited law school and active membership in at least one state bar. Should have strong legal background and experience if the field of biotechnology or biopharma R&D, including an understanding of applicable laws and regulations for developing and commercializing biopharmaceutical products. Experience in gene therapy, cell therapy or gene editing a plus. Should have ability to work collaboratively across the company, successfully build relationships, and efficiently manage outside counsel. Must have ability to think creatively, evaluate and manage risk, devise business-focused solutions to challenging problems, and drive issues to closure to meet the companys goals. Should have semonstrated success managing complex corporate transactions and multiple competing matters. Must have excellent interpersonal, decision-making and communications skills.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel, Securities
Refer job# QQNJ149056
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Securities The candidate responsibility for firms Medicines securities law compliance and reporting obligations, including registration statements, 10-K/Qs, 8-Ks, Section 16 filings, proxy statement and annual meeting process. Advise management with respect to compliance with all applicable securities and corporate laws and corporate governance matters. Advise on corporate financing transactions, including leading on due diligence, drafting and negotiation of related documents. Assist Chief Legal Officer on corporate secretary duties, including preparation of board materials preparing meeting materials, minutes, consents, resolutions, charters, and policies. Lead cross-functional efforts to train employees regarding public company compliance and assist with the development and implementation of company policies. Partner with Investor Relations, Corporate Communications and Clinical/Regulatory teams to review external communications, including press releases, earnings releases and investor presentations. Partner with human resources and finance teams to advise on a variety of matters, including employee equity incentive programs.

The candidate must have 10+ years of experience in a public biotech or pharmaceutical corporate setting. A combination of both law firm and in-house public company experience is a plus. Should have JD degree from an accredited law school and active membership in at least one state bar. Should be detailed understanding of applicable securities laws and significant experience advising clients on public company reporting and compliance matters. Must have ability to work collaboratively across the company, successfully build relationships, and efficiently manage outside counsel. Should have ability to think creatively, evaluate and manage risk, devise business-focused solutions to challenging problems, and drive issues to closure to meet the companys goals. Must have demonstrated success managing complex corporate transactions and multiple competing matters. Should have excellent interpersonal, decision-making and communications skills.
 
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Associate Claim Counsel, Surety Construction Services
Refer job# FLCM149014
 
Associate Claim Counsel, Surety Construction Services Duties: Maintain all necessary active adjusters licenses and remain current with all CE credit requirements. Within authority limit, analyze, investigate, negotiate and resolve low to moderate severity claims with active supervision by claims management. Enhance decision making skills and confidence necessary to make appropriate decisions within own claim authority and to make appropriate recommendations to management when necessary. Learn operational policies, procedures, workflow and performance standards in order to comply with all regulatory and Bond customer service standards. Be accountable for accurate documentation/information in claim file and Bond Claim Management System (BCMS). Learn and adhere to Claim documentation standards (e.g. coverage analysis, reserve and settlement rationale, current diary). Prepare reports (e.g. Large Loss Memos, quarterly claim, EC, trial, class action) to management that accurately reflect loss development, potential/actual financial exposure, coverage issues, and claim and recovery strategies. Surety: Proactively optimize pre-loss recovery opportunities through indemnitors and collateral. Identify all recovery opportunities and coordinate recovery efforts with the Recovery Management Unit and claims management. Within authority limit, retain, monitor, manage and approve payments to outside counsel on routine litigation matters, actively utilizing litigation management plans and budgets. Guidance is needed for non-routine litigation. Learn and utilize negotiating skills and strategies within a litigation and non-litigation context. Keep claims management apprised of all claims being handled, seeking input and guidance, as necessary, for prompt resolution. Communicate reserve adjustments to underwriting. Learn and develop product knowledge. Gain an overall understanding of all Bond Business Units and Travelers businesses. Recognize issues with broader implications to Bond and Travelers. Represent Surety in claim strategic initiatives (or lead team); lead Surety Claim strategic initiatives. Share newsletters, webinar information, case analyses, results of defense counsels legal research and/or litigation strategies with underwriting, Claim and Claim management. Maintain an active license in the state of your principal office location and remain current with all CLE credits. Provide legal support to business partners. Review and analyze forms to provide input on legal advice and risk analysis to underwriting. Participate in drafting indemnity agreements and riders. Review transactional documents to provide legal advice and risk analysis to business partners. Review customer contracts to provide input on legal advice and risk analysis of contract language. Provide legal advice on litigation strategies. Research legal issues for business partners and claim team. Participate in drafting indemnity agreements and riders (Surety Claim). Maintain current knowledge of relevant legal issues and trends in the surety market place through review of legal publications.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required. JD Degree required. Properly licensed, registered or authorized, and in good standing, to practice law in the jurisdiction in which will be working. 1-3 years of surety claim handling, construction claim/litigation or other related experience strongly preferred. Maintain an active license in the state of your principal office location and remain current with all CLE credits.
 
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Director, Corporate Counsel
Refer job# UTBA148975
 
Director, Corporate Counsel The candidate will partner on a broad range of corporate legal matters for company's commercial and late-stage products and product candidates, including review of advertising, promotional and medical materials, and strategic advice on transactional and contracting matters. Will report to the Vice President, Corporate Legal Affairs. Serve on promotional and medical review teams and partner with Commercial, Medical Affairs and Regulatory Affairs to help ensure compliance, consistency and accuracy in connection with promotional, medical and disease awareness materials, publications, scientific and medical meeting materials, training materials, and materials for advisory boards andmarket research. Provide legal advice related to materials and initiatives from the Patient Services, Patient Advocacy, Precision Medicine and Clinical Affairs teams. Work collaboratively as a member of cross-functional teams to review other external communication materials, including press releases, conference call scripts, social media postings, website content, and webinar materials. Assist with the review of materials used by teams located outside of the US and, as applicable, help supervise outside counsel and manage the related expenditures to stay within budget. Partner with other members of the legal department as requested to establish and implement periodic risk assessments and audits to identify potential areas of compliance vulnerability and risk. Assist with internal investigations and trainings, as requested. Help support transactional, contracting and other business development initiatives, including drafting, reviewing and negotiating agreements and transaction-related documents. Partner with Compliance, Medical Affairs and other colleagues as requested on review and approval of sponsorships, grants and donations. Develop and deliver training to internal teams, as needed. Represent the department on cross-functional teams, company-wide initiatives or committees, and special projects, as assigned. Maintain a working knowledge of applicable laws, regulations, and enforcement actions to identify emerging trends and risks; keep senior management informed of trends and risks, and help implement related policies, procedures and training programs.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school and be a member in good standing of the Massachusetts Bar. Must have 5-8 years of legal experience in the biopharmaceutical industry at a large law firm and/or in an in-house legal department. Prior experience advising on advertising and promotional matters as a member of an in-house legal department of a commercial-stage biopharmaceutical company strongly preferred. A thorough understanding of healthcare laws and regulations and corporate governance issues related to development and commercialization of biopharmaceutical products, including US Federal healthcare program requirements under the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, the False Claims Act, the Anti-Kickback Statute, OIG guidelines and opinions, the Sunshine Act, FCPA, the UK Bribery Act, HIPAA, and GDPR needed. Prior experience with drafting and negotiating collaboration and licensing agreements in the biotechnology industry a plus.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel, Product
Refer job# OQTA148988
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Product The candidate will provide guidance to executives, engineers and product managers on issues related to new and existing services, products, and features throughout the entire product lifecycle. Will serve as a resident expert and resource on issues related to SaaS product lifecycle and data protection as these topics relate to Salesforce's non-profit platform, products, and services. Review and negotiate complex agreements with service providers and technology partners, as well as advise executive leadership and product management on such transactions. Provide strategic and timely client training on relevant issues. Build cross-functional relationships with business teams as well as other members of the legal department.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor Degree and admitted to practice in at least one US jurisdiction. Must have 8+ years of combined experience in law firm and/or in-house legal department, preferably in the technology industry, with significant transactional and product counseling experience. Must be familiar with key regulatory requirements in the SaaS space, including privacy and data protection issues. Substantive expertise in laws governing philanthropy organizations, non-profits, donations, and payment processing is required. Must have substantive expertise in privacy laws (GDPR, CCPA, E-Privacy). In-house experience at a technology company is preferred. Familiarity with COPPA is desired. Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) is plus.
 
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Commercial Contracts Attorney
Refer job# LYPG148969
 
Commercial Contracts Attorney DUTIES: Review, markup/draft, negotiate and close client contracts, including Master Services Agreements, Service Agreements, Statements of Work, Non-Disclosure Agreements, Partner Agreements, RFP responses and supporting documents, Leases, Vendor Agreements, etc. Identify legal and business risks and communicate that to stakeholders for discussion and resolution. Build a strong working relationship with the sales team. Apply innovative problem-solving skills and practical business judgment to maximize revenues, minimize risk and foster long-term client relationships. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment where requirements change rapidly with business needs. Successfully and tactfully negotiate terms with customers of varied backgrounds, including procurement, attorneys, and executives, from small and medium sized businesses to Fortune 500 enterprises. Contribute to handling a range of legal matters by supporting other members of the legal department on an as-needed basis. Collaborate with and facilitate cross-team decision-making among the Legal team, Finance team, business teams and other internal teams.

QUALIFICATIONS: JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school required. Licensed in good standing to practice law in a US state. 1-5 years of relevant experience, in-house corporate legal department experience strongly preferred. Services / Software Industry experience preferred. Experience negotiating client contracts and other experience demonstrating ability to handle and close commercial and legal negotiations. Demonstrated success working in a high-performing, business results-driven environment is necessary. Demonstrated ability to think and decide quickly, and to communicate legal issues and solutions clearly and concisely.
 
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Neuromuscular Franchise Counsel
Refer job# LGIZ148932
 
Neuromuscular Franchise Counsel The candidate will be key member of our legal and compliance team who is responsible for providing this cross-functional franchise with legal, regulatory and healthcare compliance counsel and handling a variety of business transactions and contracting. This position will act as counsel for all neuromuscular products and will provide substantive advice to cross-functional departments including Commercial, Medical Affairs, and Regulatory Affairs and will support research and development activities in the US. Provide counsel concerning a broad range of legal, regulatory and compliance issues, including, among other things, application and interpretation of FDA regulations, the False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute and competition law in connection with product labeling, promotional and non-promotional activities, marketing strategies, sales compensation, government reimbursement, and interactions with healthcare professionals. Reports to Head of Global Compliance. Provides strategic, operational and tactical legal and business insight on the commercial launch of product candidates in the US. From a legal and regulatory perspective, review and advise on programs, initiatives, contracts, policies and training related to sales, marketing, reimbursement, market access, case management, non-promotional education and scientific exchange. From a legal and regulatory perspective, review and advise on promotional materials, sales training materials, federal and state government price reports, product and disease-related communications and health economics materials; serve as a member of Materials Review Committee, along with medical and regulatory colleagues. From a legal and regulatory perspective, review and advise on interactions with patients, healthcare professionals, institutions, payors, regulatory agencies and government reimbursement programs. Serve as subject matter expert in the areas of US healthcare law and all applicable pharmaceutical marketing, drug pricing and reimbursement, anti-kickback, privacy, fraud and abuse, anti-bribery, Sunshine Act and product liability statutes and regulations. Identify training needs within the organization and develop and present training sessions on relevant laws and legal/business issues. Stay abreast of and communicate to the organization all significant pending and actual decisions, legislation and regulatory rulings that may affect the company in the area of commercial healthcare law. Closely coordinate risk assessment, investigation, training and update activities with Compliance personnel. Other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have J.D. from a law school accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA). Should be admitted to practice law in one or more states. Must have 7 years of biopharmaceutical industry experience, with extensive experience within a commercial stage pharmaceutical or biotech company, or law firm equivalent. Large law firm experience helpful. Experience with launching new products and/or new indications is essential. Must have expertise in the areas of corporate commercial healthcare and FDA regulatory law and regulation, including with respect to FDA labeling and promotional matters, healthcare fraud and abuse laws, pricing and reimbursement issues, US transparency laws and regulations, privacy laws, anti-bribery laws, and other laws and regulations related to the development and commercialization of pharmaceutical products. should have strong interpersonal and oral and written communication skills. Should be able to innovate, analyze and solve problems with minimal supervisory input, anticipating and identifying legal and other business risks and making recommendations to management, as appropriate. Solid understanding of business goals and legal and regulatory landscape is required. Must have high degree of personal, professional and corporate ethics, integrity and responsibility. Should have knowledge of and proficiency with laws and regulations applicable to global pharmaceutical companies, including among other things, the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, US fraud and abuse and false claims laws and PhRMA Code on Interactions with Healthcare Professionals. Must consistently shows initiative, and willing and able to take high levels of responsibility for complex initiatives. Demonstrated organizational skills are required.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# UAJX148894
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will assist the General Counsel with responsibilities of the legal department (such as tasks related to agreement templates, FAQs, training materials, company policies, and HR documentation). Support the Sales team by negotiating agreements with customers and prospective customers, such as SaaS subscription agreements, order forms, NDAs, DPAs, and other sales-related documents. Work with stakeholders across the company to negotiate a variety of different agreements, including vendor, channel partnership and marketing agreements. Partner with Security team on various tasks related to maintenance of our data privacy and security programs, including making policy updates to remain in compliance with applicable laws, advising internal stakeholders on legal requirements, responding to data subject inquiries, and assisting with vendor intake and risk management assessments. Complete legal research and projects as assigned by the General Counsel. Assist other Litmus departments with legal-related questions and tasks, including identifying and communicating risks associated with specific agreements. Handle legal department administrative tasks.

The candidate should have J.D. degree from an accredited law school and a member of the Bar. Should have 3-5 years of working on commercial contracts, either at a law firm or in-house legal department, including experience negotiating and drafting SaaS agreements. Working knowledge of GDPR, CCPA and general data privacy matters as related to commercial contracts. Experience negotiating customer and vendor DPAs. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills. A keen sense of business judgment in the context of assessing legal risk. Ability to distill and explain complex legal issues to a variety of employees. Strong skills with legal-related software (such as Microsoft Word and Adobe Acrobat). Ability to work autonomously to organize, prioritize and manage hard month/quarter-end deadlines in a fast-paced and demanding work environment. Highly responsive and service-oriented attitude. Professional and approachable demeanor with strong business ethics.
 
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