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Contracts Manager Or Attorney

Cambridge MA Contracts Manager or Attorney The candidate will be responsible for a portion of the contract activities for the entire company, as part of a member of the Contracts Team reporting to a Senior Director in the Legal Department. Will be responsible for the review and negotiation of a variety of contracts for the Clinical, Market Access, Commercial and Corporate functions, with an emphasis on clinical contracts and management of clinical research organizations. Handle contracting activities primarily for a range of Clinical Trial Agreements, Master Services Agreements and related Work Orders, Consulting Agreements, Confidentiality Agreements, as well as others. Train clinical research organizations on our templates and fall-back language for clinical trials on a mutli-national basis. Learn and work efficiently within the Contracts Management System (Conga/Novatus), including regularly training new hires on its use and our contracting process. Create, utilize and help maintain Legal department templates to prepare/draft and negotiate contracts. Serve as a point of contact for legal contract questions from within and outside the Company. Work in collaboration with cross functional teams and external contract vendors to ensure timely contract renewals. Identify related process issues, propose solutions and implement process improvements.

A Bachelor's degree and a minimum of 5 years of experience, OR law degree with 3 years creating, negotiating and executing contracts in the healthcare industry is required. Experience with clinical trial agreements and working knowledge of GCP is required and regulatory requirements for clinical trials is preferred. Intermediate to advanced skills in MS Suite applications including Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and Excel is needed. Must be able to draft and negotiate contracts independently. Should have organizational and Communication Skills - Outstanding organizational, written and verbal communication skills, as well as strong attention to detail.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-06-16

Part time Senior Counsel, Data Privacy and Security

Boston MA Part time Senior Counsel, Data Privacy and Security The candidate will serve in the position of Senior Counsel, Data Privacy and IT, ( Senior Counsel ) for the Greater China Area (GCA), which includes Taiwan and Hong Kong. Will work extensively with firm's business and functional leaders and other attorneys in Legal Affairs to provide legal support for GCA on privacy issues. Have or must acquire a deep understanding of data privacy and cybersecurity law, including the recently-enacted China Cybersecurity Law. Work in close collaboration with the Assistant General Counsel, Privacy and IT, and Chief Privacy Officer, and participate on a small cross-functional data privacy team to provide legal guidance on privacy, data analytics, data security and cyber security issues, regulatory filings, training programs, third-party assessments, and risk management guidance.

The candidate should have Juris doctorate degree from an accredited institution. Must have 10+ years of legal experience in China. Legal experience in GCA data privacy (including significant domestic matters) with a deep understanding of other legal issues arising out of information technology is preferred. Understanding of and firsthand legal experience in advising clients in a diversified and highly matrixed business environment is preferred.
Legal 10 - 0 Part_time 2018-06-16

Senior Counsel - Intellectual Property, Licensing

Boston MA Senior Counsel - Intellectual Property, Licensing The candidate will provide legal support for patent and technology licensing programs at company (from mining and early development to negotiation and closure), as well as manage patent prosecution of various licensing programs within company. Will leverage advocacy experience to persuasively present before third parties and senior executives and to work collaboratively across internal teams and with company businesses to resolve legal and intellectual property issues. Provide legal support for technology transfer, joint development, and IP licensing programs, including identifying relevant IP portfolios, developing IP and technology programs, asserting IP, negotiating transactions, drafting IP or technology licenses, and facilitating IP sales, acquisitions, and investments. Manage worldwide patent prosecution for various industrial technologies, as well as strategically develop and deploy IP portfolios. Collaborate with and supervise outside counsel to enforce and produce high quality IP in a timely fashion. Counsel business executives on protecting technology and IP and on legal impact of business decisions or actions. Counsel business on protecting IP assets. Support technology transfer, joint development and IP licensing programs. Draft, review and help negotiate agreements.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university. Master's degree and/or Ph.D. in electrical engineering or physics is preferred. Registration to practice before the USPTO is required. Must have a J.D. degree with 10+ years of patent litigation and/or licensing experience in industrial technical areas and markets including experience in drafting technology transfer and patent licensing agreements. Should be licensed and in good standing to practice law in a state or territory of the US. Demonstrated experience with patent portfolio management is desired. Experience with risk assessment, validity/invalidity, and patentability opinion work is an asset. International patent prosecution experience is a plus. Should have extensive knowledge of laws, rules, regulations and practice in major national and regional patent systems, treaties and conventions. Must have ability and willingness to travel a minimum of 25%.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2018-06-15

Senior Corporate Counsel

Waltham MA Senior Corporate Counsel DUTIES: Support Terminals and Operations Department of a publicly-traded distributor of petroleum and related products, responsible for day-to-day legal work for a network of owned or leased storage and distribution terminals. Negotiate and manage sophisticated merger and acquisition (or disposition) transactions and related activities. Work on regulatory and compliance matters with respect to all aspects of the purchase, storage, distribution and sale of petroleum and related products. Provide prompt, efficient and effective legal services and advice to other departments in connection with day-to-day business operations of a publicly-traded retail and wholesale petroleum distributor.

QUALIFICATIONS: Admission to MA Bar a plus. 12+ years legal experience focused on m&a, finance and general corporate transactions, with 6+ years at a mid or large size law firm and 4 years at an in-house legal department. Public company experience preferred. Familiarity with logistics agreements and arrangements for all modes of transportation (trucking, pipeline, rail and marine). Ability to work effectively with business leads, in-house counsel, outside counsel and consultants. Commercial real estate and/or asset-based lending experience preferred. Experience with environmental compliance matters preferred. Experience managing internal clients and outside counsel on litigation matters a plus. Experience with union relations and management of HR matters a plus.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2018-06-14

Director and Senior Corporate Counsel

Cambridge MA Director and Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will be serving as the lead product attorney who advises on laws applicable to the U.S. launch of a prescription pharmaceutical product. Will serving as a member of various cross-functional teams (including promotional and medical material review committees) for s products and product candidates. Reviewing and providing guidance on disease education/disease awareness campaigns and promotional marketing materials, speaker programs, press releases, grants and sponsorships, investigator sponsored studies, market planning activities, sales incentives and direction, commercial learning, medical communications, patient education materials, reprint distribution and publication plans. Counseling on appropriate relationships with healthcare professionals, patients, managed care entities, academic institutions and government entities. Providing guidance to Commercial and Medical Affairs functions (including senior managers) on appropriate interactions by, and allocations of responsibilities between, Commercial and Medical Affairs functions. Advising and training on the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, Federal and state Anti-Kickback Statutes, False Claims Act, HHS OIG fraud and abuse, Sunshine Act/Transparency laws, product liability, privacy, HIPAA/HITECH, industry codes (e.g., PhRMA Code, ICJME and GPP standards and ACCME guidelines), and other laws and regulations applicable to pharmaceutical commercialization. Assisting with the development, implementation and interpretation of healthcare compliance policies SOPs and programs related to healthcare compliance and FDA-regulated matters, including interactions with healthcare professionals, speaker programs, co-pay cards, expanded access, product samples, advisory boards, market access activities, competitive intelligence and activities at scientific congresses. Review and negotiate commercial agreements, including marketing, distribution and other related agreements. Provide advice with respect to government pricing and reimbursement. Admitted to practice law (preferably in California) is needed. Should have 7-10 years combined relevant experience in an in-house legal department of a pharmaceutical or biotech company, ideally preceded by large, national law firm experience. Extensive experience in legal, compliance and regulatory matters relating to the approval and commercialization of pharmaceutical products are needed. Ideal candidate will have been lead regulatory attorney in at least one US accelerated approval and product launch for an oncology product is needed. Comprehensive knowledge of the Anti-kickback Statute, Fraud and Abuse Laws, False Claims Act, PhRMA Code, OIG Guidelines, Food, Drug & Cosmetic Act and other applicable laws, as well as enforcement trends is essential. Knowledge of distribution, wholesaler, market access, patient access and applicable privacy laws and regulations are needed. Proficiency in the Microsoft suite of tools including Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel is needed. Proficiency in the Microsoft suite of tools including Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel is needed. Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2018-06-12

Litigation Attorney

Boston MA Litigation Attorney The candidate will work on-site (Dallas, TX) and collaborate with a team of attorneys, editors, and illustrators to produce high-quality content for MBE, MEE, and MPT Questions Banks, in addition to other product development. The candidate will partner with some of the brightest minds in education and become a part of company's success story. This position reports to the Bar Prep Product Manager. Develop original content for the MBE, MEE, MPT, and other company Question Banks, including writing questions and comprehensive explanations that follow the company style and are based on examination blueprints and realistic legal scenarios. Review and revise content written by other team members, providing and receiving feedback with tact and diplomacy, and focusing on accuracy, precision, readability, and educational value. Work with company's illustration team to create original images highlighting important legal concepts. Collaborate with interdisciplinary teams of lawyers, editors, illustrators, IT/customer support professionals, and others to produce content, improve processes, develop new features, and respond to user feedback. Manage time effectively while multitasking and contributing to a collaborative and laid-back work environment. Complete other tasks as requests.Develop original content for the MBE, MEE, MPT, and other company Question Banks, including writing questions and comprehensive explanations that follow the company style and are based on examination blueprints and realistic legal scenarios. Review and revise content written by other team members, providing and receiving feedback with tact and diplomacy, and focusing on accuracy, precision, readability, and educational value. Work with company's illustration team to create original images highlighting important legal concepts. Collaborate with interdisciplinary teams of lawyers, editors, illustrators, IT/customer support professionals, and others to produce content, improve processes, develop new features, and respond to user feedback. Manage time effectively while multitasking and contributing to a collaborative and laid-back work environment. Complete other tasks as requests.

The candidate should have J.D. (top 30% preferred). Should have passed the Bar Exam (above 150 on MBE preferred). Should have 3 years of practice experience in Federal Court. Must have exceptional communication skills, superior legal knowledge, and passion for teaching future lawyers. Must have proven ability to write high-quality MBE questions and explanations. Should have Proficient in MS Office/working knowledge of IT.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2018-06-12

Senior Counsel Commercial Banking

Boston MA Senior Counsel Commercial Banking The candidate will be advising and counseling on on-going transactional activity. Will be reviewing and drafting transaction documentation. Handling creation and maintenance of standard commercial lending forms. Partnering with Commercial Banking, Legal, Risk, Credit, Compliance, Finance and Internal Audit colleagues to proactively and timely resolve business issues. Actively participating in relevant trade associations, such as the LSTA. Must have 5 years of experience working for a lending practice group at a large bank or law firm leading a range of commercial lending transactions (e.g. secured and unsecured financing, cash flow and asset-based financing, sponsor-backed acquisition financing, cross-border financing, etc.). Transactional experience should include representation of commercial lending clients in connection with both single lender and syndicated credit facilities. Documentation experience should include primary drafting responsibilities for credit agreements, guaranties, security and pledge agreements, commitment letters, fee letters and term sheets, deposit account control agreements and confidentiality agreements. Should have firm grasp of Uniform Commercial Code Article 9 and rules relating to security interest attachment, perfection and priority. Must have familiarity with commercial lending market practices and legal standards, best practices and model forms developed by relevant trade associations (e.g. LSTA) and relevant banking regulations. Experience in dealing with senior banking executives and credit risk officers is required. Experience in counseling/advising both senior and junior commercial bankers is needed. Should have highly developed communication skills. Ability to understand financial statements and transaction documents is required. Should have senior-level presentation skills. Should have commitment to operational excellence. Must have JD degree from a top tier law school. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-06-08

Corporate Counsel

Cambridge MA Corporate Counsel The candidate will ensure that client operations comply with applicable laws and company policies, including Anti-kickback Statute and other US healthcare compliance laws and regulations, antitrust, and FDA requirements; Ensure that interactions with market access customers, health care professionals and patients comply with applicable legal requirements and company policies; Work closely with internal teams to establish relationships and deliver consistent, practical legal guidance and support; Draft, negotiate and review discount and rebate agreements, distribution agreements, and other market access agreements for portfolio products; Analyze business initiatives for antitrust, fraud and abuse, FDA and other regulatory compliance; Identify and analyze legal risks and propose appropriate actions to secure compliance with relevant rules, regulations, and policies; Interact with and advise business leaders in the US concerning legal issues that have a direct effect on the success of the company; Draft, negotiate, and review health care professional, vendor, licensing, consulting, speaker, advertising, sponsorship, and other agreements for commercial operations and medical affairs; Analyze product promotional initiatives, advisory board proposals, speaker programs, and medical education initiatives for FCPA, fraud and abuse, FDA, and other regulatory compliance; Advise on brand strategic planning and business operation plans; Counsel and support business and technology teams by providing advice on legal, contractual and privacy requirements related to websites, mobile applications, and similar initiatives; Review and advise on media relations materials including press releases, standby statements, Q&A documents, web sites and other company communications; Ensure that clients are kept abreast of all relevant legal developments in their areas of business; Counsel and collaborate with the Compliance department on policy interpretation, training, and other relevant activities; Coordination of legal aspects of client projects; Contribute to the achievement of clients business objectives; Acts as Legal Department representative on cross-functional teams, as assigned; and Coordination with and support of other members of the US Market Access Legal and US Regulatory Law groups plus support of GBU (Global Business Unit) Support colleagues, as needed. Operates with limited supervision, and therefore requires a high level of balanced judgment and an ability to independently discern and establish priorities. Agility and willingness to learn about various subject matters (both from a legal and business perspective) are highly valued. Ability to identify potential legal issues (focusing on fraud and abuse, antitrust, promotional, and regulatory matters) as well as proposed solutions to mitigate risk is required. Must have 3+ years of post-J.D. experience; and Licensed to practice law and in good standing in at least one US jurisdiction NJ, a plus. Should preferably have excellent academic credentials, including a J.D. from a highly respected, accredited law school. Prior experience as a member of an in-house legal department at a biotechnology or pharmaceuticals company is essential. Experience working in a matrix, international environment; and Ability to provide and effectively communicate sound legal advice coupled with a strong understanding of business needs. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2018-06-08

Counsel, Employment And Litigation

Billerica MA Counsel, Employment and Litigation The candidate will work closely with Entegris Human Resources partners to accomplish the Company s workforce objectives while minimizing risk across various personnel matters, including performance management, reductions in force, talent acquisition, labor relations, leaves of absence and accommodations, EEO/affirmative action, compensation and rewards, and learning and development, among other area. Counsel HR on compliance with state and federal employment laws including Title VII, ADEA, ADA, FMLA, and FLSA and compensation and benefit regulations including 409A and ERISA; review and update employment policies, including employee handbooks, bonus plans, compensation guidelines, benefit plans and severance programs; train and advise HR on recent developments in employment law; conduct legal review (including adverse impact analyses and WARN assessments) of workforce reductions, consolidations and restructurings. Research and respond to inquiries from HR and other corporate business partners regarding employment law issues, including employee discipline, disability leaves and accommodation, reorganizations and reductions in force, exempt employee classifications, diversity and inclusion, and wage and hour issues. Represent Entegris in both adversarial (administrative, arbitral, and court hearings) and cooperative dispute resolution proceedings. Manage outside counsel retained to represent Entegris in litigation and provide support on key business initiatives and human resource projects. Oversee outside counsel in labor and employment matters, including establishing case strategy, reviewing and approving pleadings, discovery responses and dispositive motions and briefs, among other dispute management tasks; manage outside counsel spend to budget. Manage and advise on Entegris deferred compensation, 401K, long term incentive, short term incentive, and equity plans. Work closely with the SVP, HR to support the Management Development and Compensation Committee of the Board of Directors. This position requires in-depth knowledge of anti-discrimination/harassment/retaliation laws, leave of absence and accommodation obligations, wage and hour statutes and regulations. This position also requires strong interpersonal skills and the ability to impact and influence workforce development strategies. Analyze, draft, negotiate, and revise agreements, policies, and programs that govern employment and contingent worker relationships. Supervise internal EEO and compliance investigations. Working with the Chief Compliance Officer to research and resolve conflict of interest disclosures. Ensure that employment-related claims are addressed promptly and thoroughly and are resolved in a manner designed to minimize potential liability. Develop and present training workshops on harassment, bullying, respectful workplace, diversity and inclusion, and other employment law-related topics. Must have 5+ years of labor and employment and benefits experience. Law firm experience required, prior in-house experience preferred. Should have superior written and verbal communication skills. Must have JD degree from an accredited law school; member of state Bar in good standing. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-06-07

Corporate Staff Attorney

Andover MA Corporate Staff Attorney The candidate will report to the Company s Divisional General Counsel, supporting a $1+ billion business division. The candidate will have responsibility for negotiating corporate contracts and other business transactions and supporting corporate initiatives. This is a great opportunity to work with an energetic and creative team on a broad range of legal areas for a large, international corporation. Responsibilities of this position include: Review/draft business contracts customers, suppliers, consultants, channel partners, real estate and other agreements. Provide practical risk-based guidance to business team. Develop, improve and standardize corporate forms of agreements or standard practices. Support strategic business transactions, such as merger, acquisitions and divestitures. Support the Legal team in developing policies and programs for regulatory compliance. Develop and administer corporate-wide compliance training programs.

The candidate should have BA/BS, J.D. from an accredited law school with 0-5 years experience drafting and negotiating various business transactions and contractual forms. Relevant corporate in-house or law firm contract experience preferred. Must be licensed member of MA Bar. Must have excellent oral & written communication and interpersonal skills, and an ability to work independently, drive projects to conclusion and work with a variety of business and technical people.
Legal 0 - 5 Full-time 2018-06-06
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International Tax Manager
In-House,CIRCOR International, Inc
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International Tax Manager The candidate will be primarily responsible for maintaining transfer pricing and BEPS Action 13 requirements. Also be in charge of the preparation and review of calculations and tax returns in a support role for internatio... + read more

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Claims Coverage Counsel
In-House,The Hanover Insurance Group, Inc.
Location : Worcester, MA, United States

Claims Coverage Counsel The candidate will research and provide legal opinions to claims handlers on coverage issues arising from the company?s insurance contracts, including liability, specialty and first party property coverages. Will prepare cove... + read more

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Contracts Manager Or Attorney
Refer job# FYVA139550
 
Contracts Manager or Attorney The candidate will be responsible for a portion of the contract activities for the entire company, as part of a member of the Contracts Team reporting to a Senior Director in the Legal Department. Will be responsible for the review and negotiation of a variety of contracts for the Clinical, Market Access, Commercial and Corporate functions, with an emphasis on clinical contracts and management of clinical research organizations. Handle contracting activities primarily for a range of Clinical Trial Agreements, Master Services Agreements and related Work Orders, Consulting Agreements, Confidentiality Agreements, as well as others. Train clinical research organizations on our templates and fall-back language for clinical trials on a mutli-national basis. Learn and work efficiently within the Contracts Management System (Conga/Novatus), including regularly training new hires on its use and our contracting process. Create, utilize and help maintain Legal department templates to prepare/draft and negotiate contracts. Serve as a point of contact for legal contract questions from within and outside the Company. Work in collaboration with cross functional teams and external contract vendors to ensure timely contract renewals. Identify related process issues, propose solutions and implement process improvements.

A Bachelor's degree and a minimum of 5 years of experience, OR law degree with 3 years creating, negotiating and executing contracts in the healthcare industry is required. Experience with clinical trial agreements and working knowledge of GCP is required and regulatory requirements for clinical trials is preferred. Intermediate to advanced skills in MS Suite applications including Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and Excel is needed. Must be able to draft and negotiate contracts independently. Should have organizational and Communication Skills - Outstanding organizational, written and verbal communication skills, as well as strong attention to detail.
 
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Part time Senior Counsel, Data Privacy and Security
Refer job# MWKT139562
 
Part time Senior Counsel, Data Privacy and Security The candidate will serve in the position of Senior Counsel, Data Privacy and IT, ( Senior Counsel ) for the Greater China Area (GCA), which includes Taiwan and Hong Kong. Will work extensively with firm's business and functional leaders and other attorneys in Legal Affairs to provide legal support for GCA on privacy issues. Have or must acquire a deep understanding of data privacy and cybersecurity law, including the recently-enacted China Cybersecurity Law. Work in close collaboration with the Assistant General Counsel, Privacy and IT, and Chief Privacy Officer, and participate on a small cross-functional data privacy team to provide legal guidance on privacy, data analytics, data security and cyber security issues, regulatory filings, training programs, third-party assessments, and risk management guidance.

The candidate should have Juris doctorate degree from an accredited institution. Must have 10+ years of legal experience in China. Legal experience in GCA data privacy (including significant domestic matters) with a deep understanding of other legal issues arising out of information technology is preferred. Understanding of and firsthand legal experience in advising clients in a diversified and highly matrixed business environment is preferred.
 
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Senior Counsel - Intellectual Property, Licensing
Refer job# UZHK139546
 
Senior Counsel - Intellectual Property, Licensing The candidate will provide legal support for patent and technology licensing programs at company (from mining and early development to negotiation and closure), as well as manage patent prosecution of various licensing programs within company. Will leverage advocacy experience to persuasively present before third parties and senior executives and to work collaboratively across internal teams and with company businesses to resolve legal and intellectual property issues. Provide legal support for technology transfer, joint development, and IP licensing programs, including identifying relevant IP portfolios, developing IP and technology programs, asserting IP, negotiating transactions, drafting IP or technology licenses, and facilitating IP sales, acquisitions, and investments. Manage worldwide patent prosecution for various industrial technologies, as well as strategically develop and deploy IP portfolios. Collaborate with and supervise outside counsel to enforce and produce high quality IP in a timely fashion. Counsel business executives on protecting technology and IP and on legal impact of business decisions or actions. Counsel business on protecting IP assets. Support technology transfer, joint development and IP licensing programs. Draft, review and help negotiate agreements.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university. Master's degree and/or Ph.D. in electrical engineering or physics is preferred. Registration to practice before the USPTO is required. Must have a J.D. degree with 10+ years of patent litigation and/or licensing experience in industrial technical areas and markets including experience in drafting technology transfer and patent licensing agreements. Should be licensed and in good standing to practice law in a state or territory of the US. Demonstrated experience with patent portfolio management is desired. Experience with risk assessment, validity/invalidity, and patentability opinion work is an asset. International patent prosecution experience is a plus. Should have extensive knowledge of laws, rules, regulations and practice in major national and regional patent systems, treaties and conventions. Must have ability and willingness to travel a minimum of 25%.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# FLYG139520
 
Senior Corporate Counsel DUTIES: Support Terminals and Operations Department of a publicly-traded distributor of petroleum and related products, responsible for day-to-day legal work for a network of owned or leased storage and distribution terminals. Negotiate and manage sophisticated merger and acquisition (or disposition) transactions and related activities. Work on regulatory and compliance matters with respect to all aspects of the purchase, storage, distribution and sale of petroleum and related products. Provide prompt, efficient and effective legal services and advice to other departments in connection with day-to-day business operations of a publicly-traded retail and wholesale petroleum distributor.

QUALIFICATIONS: Admission to MA Bar a plus. 12+ years legal experience focused on m&a, finance and general corporate transactions, with 6+ years at a mid or large size law firm and 4 years at an in-house legal department. Public company experience preferred. Familiarity with logistics agreements and arrangements for all modes of transportation (trucking, pipeline, rail and marine). Ability to work effectively with business leads, in-house counsel, outside counsel and consultants. Commercial real estate and/or asset-based lending experience preferred. Experience with environmental compliance matters preferred. Experience managing internal clients and outside counsel on litigation matters a plus. Experience with union relations and management of HR matters a plus.
 
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Director and Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# ZSNK139502
 
Director and Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will be serving as the lead product attorney who advises on laws applicable to the U.S. launch of a prescription pharmaceutical product. Will serving as a member of various cross-functional teams (including promotional and medical material review committees) for s products and product candidates. Reviewing and providing guidance on disease education/disease awareness campaigns and promotional marketing materials, speaker programs, press releases, grants and sponsorships, investigator sponsored studies, market planning activities, sales incentives and direction, commercial learning, medical communications, patient education materials, reprint distribution and publication plans. Counseling on appropriate relationships with healthcare professionals, patients, managed care entities, academic institutions and government entities. Providing guidance to Commercial and Medical Affairs functions (including senior managers) on appropriate interactions by, and allocations of responsibilities between, Commercial and Medical Affairs functions. Advising and training on the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, Federal and state Anti-Kickback Statutes, False Claims Act, HHS OIG fraud and abuse, Sunshine Act/Transparency laws, product liability, privacy, HIPAA/HITECH, industry codes (e.g., PhRMA Code, ICJME and GPP standards and ACCME guidelines), and other laws and regulations applicable to pharmaceutical commercialization. Assisting with the development, implementation and interpretation of healthcare compliance policies SOPs and programs related to healthcare compliance and FDA-regulated matters, including interactions with healthcare professionals, speaker programs, co-pay cards, expanded access, product samples, advisory boards, market access activities, competitive intelligence and activities at scientific congresses. Review and negotiate commercial agreements, including marketing, distribution and other related agreements. Provide advice with respect to government pricing and reimbursement. Admitted to practice law (preferably in California) is needed. Should have 7-10 years combined relevant experience in an in-house legal department of a pharmaceutical or biotech company, ideally preceded by large, national law firm experience. Extensive experience in legal, compliance and regulatory matters relating to the approval and commercialization of pharmaceutical products are needed. Ideal candidate will have been lead regulatory attorney in at least one US accelerated approval and product launch for an oncology product is needed. Comprehensive knowledge of the Anti-kickback Statute, Fraud and Abuse Laws, False Claims Act, PhRMA Code, OIG Guidelines, Food, Drug & Cosmetic Act and other applicable laws, as well as enforcement trends is essential. Knowledge of distribution, wholesaler, market access, patient access and applicable privacy laws and regulations are needed. Proficiency in the Microsoft suite of tools including Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel is needed. Proficiency in the Microsoft suite of tools including Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel is needed.
 
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Litigation Attorney
Refer job# ISIU139505
 
Litigation Attorney The candidate will work on-site (Dallas, TX) and collaborate with a team of attorneys, editors, and illustrators to produce high-quality content for MBE, MEE, and MPT Questions Banks, in addition to other product development. The candidate will partner with some of the brightest minds in education and become a part of company's success story. This position reports to the Bar Prep Product Manager. Develop original content for the MBE, MEE, MPT, and other company Question Banks, including writing questions and comprehensive explanations that follow the company style and are based on examination blueprints and realistic legal scenarios. Review and revise content written by other team members, providing and receiving feedback with tact and diplomacy, and focusing on accuracy, precision, readability, and educational value. Work with company's illustration team to create original images highlighting important legal concepts. Collaborate with interdisciplinary teams of lawyers, editors, illustrators, IT/customer support professionals, and others to produce content, improve processes, develop new features, and respond to user feedback. Manage time effectively while multitasking and contributing to a collaborative and laid-back work environment. Complete other tasks as requests.Develop original content for the MBE, MEE, MPT, and other company Question Banks, including writing questions and comprehensive explanations that follow the company style and are based on examination blueprints and realistic legal scenarios. Review and revise content written by other team members, providing and receiving feedback with tact and diplomacy, and focusing on accuracy, precision, readability, and educational value. Work with company's illustration team to create original images highlighting important legal concepts. Collaborate with interdisciplinary teams of lawyers, editors, illustrators, IT/customer support professionals, and others to produce content, improve processes, develop new features, and respond to user feedback. Manage time effectively while multitasking and contributing to a collaborative and laid-back work environment. Complete other tasks as requests.

The candidate should have J.D. (top 30% preferred). Should have passed the Bar Exam (above 150 on MBE preferred). Should have 3 years of practice experience in Federal Court. Must have exceptional communication skills, superior legal knowledge, and passion for teaching future lawyers. Must have proven ability to write high-quality MBE questions and explanations. Should have Proficient in MS Office/working knowledge of IT.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Counsel Commercial Banking
Refer job# DEPD139462
 
Senior Counsel Commercial Banking The candidate will be advising and counseling on on-going transactional activity. Will be reviewing and drafting transaction documentation. Handling creation and maintenance of standard commercial lending forms. Partnering with Commercial Banking, Legal, Risk, Credit, Compliance, Finance and Internal Audit colleagues to proactively and timely resolve business issues. Actively participating in relevant trade associations, such as the LSTA. Must have 5 years of experience working for a lending practice group at a large bank or law firm leading a range of commercial lending transactions (e.g. secured and unsecured financing, cash flow and asset-based financing, sponsor-backed acquisition financing, cross-border financing, etc.). Transactional experience should include representation of commercial lending clients in connection with both single lender and syndicated credit facilities. Documentation experience should include primary drafting responsibilities for credit agreements, guaranties, security and pledge agreements, commitment letters, fee letters and term sheets, deposit account control agreements and confidentiality agreements. Should have firm grasp of Uniform Commercial Code Article 9 and rules relating to security interest attachment, perfection and priority. Must have familiarity with commercial lending market practices and legal standards, best practices and model forms developed by relevant trade associations (e.g. LSTA) and relevant banking regulations. Experience in dealing with senior banking executives and credit risk officers is required. Experience in counseling/advising both senior and junior commercial bankers is needed. Should have highly developed communication skills. Ability to understand financial statements and transaction documents is required. Should have senior-level presentation skills. Should have commitment to operational excellence. Must have JD degree from a top tier law school.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# NIQU139466
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will ensure that client operations comply with applicable laws and company policies, including Anti-kickback Statute and other US healthcare compliance laws and regulations, antitrust, and FDA requirements; Ensure that interactions with market access customers, health care professionals and patients comply with applicable legal requirements and company policies; Work closely with internal teams to establish relationships and deliver consistent, practical legal guidance and support; Draft, negotiate and review discount and rebate agreements, distribution agreements, and other market access agreements for portfolio products; Analyze business initiatives for antitrust, fraud and abuse, FDA and other regulatory compliance; Identify and analyze legal risks and propose appropriate actions to secure compliance with relevant rules, regulations, and policies; Interact with and advise business leaders in the US concerning legal issues that have a direct effect on the success of the company; Draft, negotiate, and review health care professional, vendor, licensing, consulting, speaker, advertising, sponsorship, and other agreements for commercial operations and medical affairs; Analyze product promotional initiatives, advisory board proposals, speaker programs, and medical education initiatives for FCPA, fraud and abuse, FDA, and other regulatory compliance; Advise on brand strategic planning and business operation plans; Counsel and support business and technology teams by providing advice on legal, contractual and privacy requirements related to websites, mobile applications, and similar initiatives; Review and advise on media relations materials including press releases, standby statements, Q&A documents, web sites and other company communications; Ensure that clients are kept abreast of all relevant legal developments in their areas of business; Counsel and collaborate with the Compliance department on policy interpretation, training, and other relevant activities; Coordination of legal aspects of client projects; Contribute to the achievement of clients business objectives; Acts as Legal Department representative on cross-functional teams, as assigned; and Coordination with and support of other members of the US Market Access Legal and US Regulatory Law groups plus support of GBU (Global Business Unit) Support colleagues, as needed. Operates with limited supervision, and therefore requires a high level of balanced judgment and an ability to independently discern and establish priorities. Agility and willingness to learn about various subject matters (both from a legal and business perspective) are highly valued. Ability to identify potential legal issues (focusing on fraud and abuse, antitrust, promotional, and regulatory matters) as well as proposed solutions to mitigate risk is required. Must have 3+ years of post-J.D. experience; and Licensed to practice law and in good standing in at least one US jurisdiction NJ, a plus. Should preferably have excellent academic credentials, including a J.D. from a highly respected, accredited law school. Prior experience as a member of an in-house legal department at a biotechnology or pharmaceuticals company is essential. Experience working in a matrix, international environment; and Ability to provide and effectively communicate sound legal advice coupled with a strong understanding of business needs.
 
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Counsel, Employment And Litigation
Refer job# LFLM139448
 
Counsel, Employment and Litigation The candidate will work closely with Entegris Human Resources partners to accomplish the Company s workforce objectives while minimizing risk across various personnel matters, including performance management, reductions in force, talent acquisition, labor relations, leaves of absence and accommodations, EEO/affirmative action, compensation and rewards, and learning and development, among other area. Counsel HR on compliance with state and federal employment laws including Title VII, ADEA, ADA, FMLA, and FLSA and compensation and benefit regulations including 409A and ERISA; review and update employment policies, including employee handbooks, bonus plans, compensation guidelines, benefit plans and severance programs; train and advise HR on recent developments in employment law; conduct legal review (including adverse impact analyses and WARN assessments) of workforce reductions, consolidations and restructurings. Research and respond to inquiries from HR and other corporate business partners regarding employment law issues, including employee discipline, disability leaves and accommodation, reorganizations and reductions in force, exempt employee classifications, diversity and inclusion, and wage and hour issues. Represent Entegris in both adversarial (administrative, arbitral, and court hearings) and cooperative dispute resolution proceedings. Manage outside counsel retained to represent Entegris in litigation and provide support on key business initiatives and human resource projects. Oversee outside counsel in labor and employment matters, including establishing case strategy, reviewing and approving pleadings, discovery responses and dispositive motions and briefs, among other dispute management tasks; manage outside counsel spend to budget. Manage and advise on Entegris deferred compensation, 401K, long term incentive, short term incentive, and equity plans. Work closely with the SVP, HR to support the Management Development and Compensation Committee of the Board of Directors. This position requires in-depth knowledge of anti-discrimination/harassment/retaliation laws, leave of absence and accommodation obligations, wage and hour statutes and regulations. This position also requires strong interpersonal skills and the ability to impact and influence workforce development strategies. Analyze, draft, negotiate, and revise agreements, policies, and programs that govern employment and contingent worker relationships. Supervise internal EEO and compliance investigations. Working with the Chief Compliance Officer to research and resolve conflict of interest disclosures. Ensure that employment-related claims are addressed promptly and thoroughly and are resolved in a manner designed to minimize potential liability. Develop and present training workshops on harassment, bullying, respectful workplace, diversity and inclusion, and other employment law-related topics. Must have 5+ years of labor and employment and benefits experience. Law firm experience required, prior in-house experience preferred. Should have superior written and verbal communication skills. Must have JD degree from an accredited law school; member of state Bar in good standing.
 
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Corporate Staff Attorney
Refer job# VBZS139371
 
Corporate Staff Attorney The candidate will report to the Company s Divisional General Counsel, supporting a $1+ billion business division. The candidate will have responsibility for negotiating corporate contracts and other business transactions and supporting corporate initiatives. This is a great opportunity to work with an energetic and creative team on a broad range of legal areas for a large, international corporation. Responsibilities of this position include: Review/draft business contracts customers, suppliers, consultants, channel partners, real estate and other agreements. Provide practical risk-based guidance to business team. Develop, improve and standardize corporate forms of agreements or standard practices. Support strategic business transactions, such as merger, acquisitions and divestitures. Support the Legal team in developing policies and programs for regulatory compliance. Develop and administer corporate-wide compliance training programs.

The candidate should have BA/BS, J.D. from an accredited law school with 0-5 years experience drafting and negotiating various business transactions and contractual forms. Relevant corporate in-house or law firm contract experience preferred. Must be licensed member of MA Bar. Must have excellent oral & written communication and interpersonal skills, and an ability to work independently, drive projects to conclusion and work with a variety of business and technical people.
 
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