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Corporate Counsel

Boston MA Corporate Counsel The candidate will work on matters that require proactive legal guidance. Reporting into General Counsel. Will drive business impact by drafting and negotiating complex commercial contracts with different clients and vendors, as well as providing general advice and regulatory compliance support across the company. Act as a strategic business partner to review, draft, and negotiate on a range of commercial agreements, particularly focusing on our services for customers, channel partners, and vendors. Manage due diligence processes, including identifying risks and proposing solutions, in connection with deals and other partnerships. Work with product and engineering teams to ensure our products and services comply with existing applicable regulations. Create and/or monitor terms of use, product policies, and disclosures, and review marketing collateral and product claims. Remain up-to-date on relevant industry trends, laws and regulations to ensure an ongoing ability to provide sound compliance advice. Support and advise our People Team on policies, procedures, and compliance. Requirements: 5+ years of commercial legal experience in a law firm or in-house company, with a particular focus on the technology sector. Experience as an in-house at a successful, high-growth SaaS company is an advantage. Strong background and interest in commercial agreements to drive revenue/business growth in the healthcare space. Experience working with regulatory bodies is ideal. Qualified attorney and Member of Bar Association or otherwise eligible to practice a In-House Counsel. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-01

Corporate Counsel

Cambridge MA Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: 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.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school and a member of the Bar. 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 - 4 Full-time 2020-06-29

Director, Compliance Counsel

Acton MA Director, Compliance Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Assist in the implementation and maintenance of the Company's compliance program, including support in areas such as the following: Communicating with and providing guidance to business units as required. Conduct risk assessments, internal compliance monitoring, compliance investigations. Assist with compliance communication and training programs. Track and assess Company compliance with policies and procedures and the overall effectiveness of the compliance program. Performs other duties as assigned. Must have Juris Doctor from an accredited law school, currently in good standing with a state bar association. Should have 5-8 years of experience with compliance programs in the health care industry, preferably with a medical device company. Must have good working knowledge of the legal and regulatory framework affecting the medical device industry including interactions with health care professionals and end-user customers, federal and state false claims, anti-kickback, anti-inducement and transparency reporting laws and regulations, HIPAA data privacy and security, the AdvaMed Code of Ethics, standards established by CMS and DHHS-OIG for effective compliance programs, Medicare Part D and pharmacy pricing/formulary matters, and clinical research. Legal 5 - 8 Full-time 2020-06-29

Corporate Counsel

Cambridge MA Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Deliver timely legal advice as needed to Biopharma, Clinical Operations, R&D and other teams. Identify potential legal issues and propose solutions to mitigate risk. Draft, review, revise, and negotiate a broad range of corporate agreements including, but not limited to, material transfer agreements, research and data-related agreements, agreements pertaining to licensing, services, consulting, supply, confidentiality, collaboration, clinical trial, as well as addenda amendments and statements of work. Manage multiple subject matter issues across diverse areas of the company, taking the initiative to identify appropriate subject matter experts and coordinating overall review. Identify legal issues, research new legal issues, and provide advice in a manner that integrates legal risk management with FMI's business objectives. Advise on contract interpretation, dispute resolution, and legal risks. Develop and maintain strong business relationships across the company and contribute to cross-functional or departmental projects. Support the Legal Team's efforts to effectively manage the delivery of legal services. Manage document production requests in connection with litigation matters, including compilation, distribution, associated communications, and record keeping. Appropriately triage workflow, set clear priorities and expectations with clients, and efficiently deliver results. Operate with limited supervision. Independently discern and establish priorities. Collaborate with colleagues in the Business Development, Corporate Management and Strategy, Research & Development, Commercial, and Finance functional areas. Other duties as assigned. Must have Juris Doctor degree from an accredited, top-tier law school. Should have admission to any state bar association in the United States. Must have 4+ years of prior legal experience. Prior professional experience in-house at a life sciences company, healthcare company, relevant governmental agency, or for a law firm working on healthcare-related matters preferred. Proven ability/interest in working across a broad range of subject matter areas desired. Significant experience drafting, reviewing, and negotiating corporate and commercial agreements, including licensing, services, IT, research, consulting, clinical trial, and data sharing related agreements. 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, U.S. international transparency laws and regulation, privacy laws, anti-bribery laws, and other laws and regulations related to the development and commercialization of diagnostic products. Experience with complex licensing, services, material transfer agreements, and collaboration agreements preferred. Experience with contract management software desired. Prior professional experience advising business partners at all levels of an organization a plus. Understanding of HIPAA and the importance of privacy of patient data desired. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-27

Counsel, Us Employment

Boston MA Counsel, US Employment The candidate will provide high-quality, practical advice and support to HR on a wide range of day-to-day issues including performance/conduct management, displine and terminations, leaves of absence, disability and immigration in fast-paced environment. Provide support for management of US HR/employment matters, including agency/administrative charges and pre-litigation disputes. Provide day-to-day advice to HR on a broad range of employment issues including performance and conduct management, terminations and discipline, wage and hour, immigration, benefits, leave of absence and disability, independent contractors and restrictive covenants. Support pre-litigation disputes with attorneys representing current and former employees to reach resolutions favorable to company. Partner with HR and outside counsel to gather information and develop Takeda's strategic legal position. Provide support to agency administrative charges as well as employment litigation. Collaborate with various HR clients to support the development and maintenance of various employment documents (e.g., agreements, policies, offer letters, etc.) aimed at most effectively managing legal risks. Provide support for various projects and matters as assigned by Head Counsel, US. Employment and Lead Counsel, US Employment.

The candidate should have High academic achievement in the study of law. Should be licensed to practice law in at least one state in the US. Should be US employment law specialist with at least 4-5 years of relevant experience in management-side labor/employment law, including law firm experience. In-house experience a plus. Must have experience advising corporate HR clients on employment/HR matters. Experience representing clients in the pharmaceutical/biotech industry a plus. Traditional labor experience a plus. Must be comfortable handling multiple matters in a constantly-changing, fluid environment. Must have top-notch written and verbal communications skills, and the ability to communicate legal concepts concisely and effectively to non-lawyers. Should be US employment law specialist with at least 5 years experience in management-side labor/employment law. Law firm experience required. In-house experience a plus.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-26

Corporate Counsel

Cambridge MA Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Drafting, reviewing, revising and negotiating general and sophisticated corporate and commercial agreements, including IT, licensing, services, consulting, confidentiality and data-related agreements, as well as addenda/amendments and statements of work for Company's global organization. Providing legal support across the organization, including quickly and effectively identifying complex legal issues raised by the Company business, researching new legal issues, and providing practical advice. Developing and maintaining strong business relationships across the company and contributing to cross-functional or departmental projects and teams. Assisting with the development of policies and processes and standard template language to be used in contracts. Supporting efforts to effectively manage the delivery of legal services including budgeting, process improvements, operations and training to key stakeholders. Supporting the organization in maintaining a work environment focused on quality and that fosters learning, respect, open communication, collaboration, integration and teamwork. Assisting with M&A due diligence for target companies. Managing and completing any additional projects or legal matters assigned by Company's General Counsel, CFO or CEO.

Qualifications: J.D. and current admission in Massachusetts or other U.S. jurisdiction. At least 3-5+ years of relevant experience in a law firm and/or global corporation. Experience negotiating technology transactions and complex commercial transactions with a familiarity of legal issues surrounding Cloud/SaaS product offerings and software licensing. Demonstrated self-starter, able to work in a very fast paced, changing environment with ability to juggle several priorities at the same time; must thrive under deadline pressure and limited supervision. Exceptional communication skills, with the ability to communicate complex issues in a concise and simple way. Interact professionally and maturely with clients at all levels to influence outcomes through effective leadership skills. Exceptional drive and commitment to client services with the ability to quickly gain trust and credibility from team members. Sound business judgment with the ability to escalate legal issues when needed. Solid IP background or strong interest in expanding a limited IP skill set a plus. Must be well-organized and possess strong planning and prioritization skills; extremely high attention to detail and demonstrated
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-06-25

Corporate Counsel

Waltham MA Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Drafting, reviewing, revising and negotiating general and sophisticated corporate and commercial agreements, including IT, licensing, services, consulting, confidentiality and data-related agreements, as well as addenda/amendments and statements of work for Company's global organization. Providing legal support across the organization, including quickly and effectively identifying complex legal issues raised by the Company business, researching new legal issues, and providing practical advice. Developing and maintaining strong business relationships across the company and contributing to cross-functional or departmental projects and teams. Assisting with the development of policies and processes and standard template language to be used in contracts. Supporting efforts to effectively manage the delivery of legal services including budgeting, process improvements, operations and training to key stakeholders. Supporting the organization in maintaining a work environment focused on quality and that fosters learning, respect, open communication, collaboration, integration and teamwork. Assisting with M&A due diligence for target companies. Managing and completing any additional projects or legal matters assigned by Company's General Counsel, CFO or CEO.

Qualifications: J.D. and current admission in Massachusetts or other U.S. jurisdiction. At least 3-5+ years of relevant experience in a law firm and/or global corporation. Experience negotiating technology transactions and complex commercial transactions with a familiarity of legal issues surrounding Cloud/SaaS product offerings and software licensing. Demonstrated self-starter, able to work in a very fast paced, changing environment with ability to juggle several priorities at the same time; must thrive under deadline pressure and limited supervision. Exceptional communication skills, with the ability to communicate complex issues in a concise and simple way. Interact professionally and maturely with clients at all levels to influence outcomes through effective leadership skills. Exceptional drive and commitment to client services with the ability to quickly gain trust and credibility from team members. Sound business judgment with the ability to escalate legal issues when needed. Solid IP background or strong interest in expanding a limited IP skill set a plus. Must be well-organized and possess strong planning and prioritization skills; extremely high attention to detail and demonstrated
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-06-25

Senior Director, Assistant General Counsel, Corporate Transactions

Cambridge MA Senior Director, Assistant General Counsel, Corporate Transactions Duties: Reporting directly to the Senior Vice President, Legal, Human Resources & Corporate Communication, will collaborate with team members across the company to manage a broad variety of corporate and transactional legal issues related to business development and biopharmaceutical research and development, with a particular focus on licensing transactions. Will have responsibility for drafting and negotiating a wide range of complex agreements, including licensing, collaboration, research, master service, vendor, and partnership agreements; partnering with business development on corporate transactions; managing a contracts manager; and advising on other general corporate matters. Drafting, reviewing, negotiating, and interpreting a wide range of complex corporate agreements, including licensing, collaboration, research, master service, vendor, partnership and other strategic agreements for drug development. Partnering with corporate/business development team and members of senior management to provide ongoing support for strategic licensing and other significant transactions, from the earliest stages in the process, through due diligence and the negotiation of deal terms and transaction documents, to closing the transaction and post-deal integration. Working collaboratively with internal clients to provide practical and timely advice on corporate legal matters. Managing a contracts manager and providing oversight for routine legal agreements and contract management strategy. Managing outside counsel within scope and budget. Keeping informed of new laws, regulations, and industry trends affecting the organization, and assisting with the development of policies and training as needed.

Requirements: JD Degree from a national law school and admission to at least one state bar in the United States. 7-10+ years of relevant general corporate and transactional legal experience, with focused expertise on biotech/biopharma licensing transactions. Law firm and in-house experience preferred, but law firm candidates will be considered. Experience within the life science industry representing biotechnology and/or pharmaceutical companies. Demonstrated experience drafting and negotiating complex commercial and corporate agreements in the biotech/biopharma industry, including licensing and collaboration agreements. Strong legal drafting and writing skills. Experience effectively managing a contract management system and/or contracts manager a plus. Outstanding presence and maturity, with strong interpersonal and leadership skills, and the ability to build strong relationships and communicate effectively with team members, senior business leaders, and other professionals and colleagues at all levels of an organization. Must possess a high energy level, with the ability to thrive in a fast-paced, innovative environment and to handle multiple, conflicting priorities while managing a substantial workload. Highly self-motivated, with the ability to quickly gain trust and credibility from team members. Strong team player that is customer and solution-oriented, with the ability to understand and differentiate approach to complex contractual and legal matters. Must be well-organized and possess strong planning skills, with extremely high attention to detail and the ability to manage numerous projects simultaneously under deadline pressure. Unquestioned integrity, credibility, and judgment. Outstanding verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to both communicate complex issues in a simple way, as well as to thrive in a geographically dispersed work environment where frequent phone and email communication is often required.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2020-06-20

Corporate Counsel

Braintree MA Corporate Counsel Duties: Draft and Negotiate agreements. Customer agreements. Vendor agreements. Channel partner agreements. Confidentiality agreements. Consulting agreements. Joint Venture/Development agreements. License Agreements. Real estate leases. Software license and service agreements. Corporate Governance and Structure. Implement and manage sound governance practices for global corporate subsidiaries. Maintain corporate records and draft corporate resolutions, minutes and operative governing documents.. Internal restructurings, consolidations and reorganizations. International Law. Become knowledgeable on key elements of international law applicable to business. Work directly with international subsidiaries on day-to-day matters and, where necessary, coordinate with international counsel. Assist Legal and Business Development teams in preparation of term sheets and analysis of transaction opportunities. Drafting of acquisition and related agreements. Assist in due diligence. Assist in review and preparation of disclosure schedules. Assist with development and implementation of integration plans. Assist in oversight and administration of compliance and training programs. Day to day advice to business units on a wide array of compliance matters, including: Code of Conduct, Anti-Corruption, Data Privacy/Security, Import/Export Controls, Antitrust, Record Retention, Environmental and Social Governance, Other Regulatory Compliance Matters. Act as a key legal advisor for employees at global business units. Provide sage business and legal counsel to senior leadership on matters of significance to business units.

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree, and JD Degree from an ABA Accredited Law School required. License to practice law in at least one state (preferably Massachusetts) required. 3+ years of broad based legal experience with a regionally or nationally recognized law firm and/or in-house legal department strongly preferred. Experience providing legal advice in a broad range of transactional contexts, including commercial contracts, corporate governance, M&A and regulatory compliance. Strong project management skills, including the ability to prioritize, balance, and manage multiple tasks simultaneously. Ability to communicate changes and progress; complete projects on time and within budget. Solid analytical skills and solution-driven thinking; collects and researches data; uses intuition and experience to complement data. Ability to identify and resolve problems in a timely manner; develop alternative solutions; work well in group problem solving situations; present ideas and information in a clear and convincing manner; display willingness to make decisions; exhibit sound and accurate judgment; support and explain reasoning for decisions; include appropriate people in decision-making process. Ability to communicate effectively across mediums, audiences, and situations; listens and gets clarification; responds well to questions. Ability to write clearly and informatively. Demonstrated success working with strategic goals; developing and implementing cost savings measures; understanding business implications of decisions. Intellectual curiosity and active desire to learn about products, technology and market segments.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-20

Director, Securities Counsel

Cambridge MA Director, Securities Counsel The candidate's responsibility for company's 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 should have JD degree from an accredited law school and active membership in at least one state Bar. Should 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. Detailed understanding of applicable securities laws and significant experience advising clients on public company reporting and compliance matters. Ability to work collaboratively across the company, successfully build relationships, and efficiently manage outside counsel. Ability to think creatively, evaluate and manage risk, devise business-focused solutions to challenging problems, and drive issues to closure to meet the company's goals. Demonstrated success managing complex corporate transactions and multiple competing matters. Excellent interpersonal, decision-making and communications skills.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-20
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# IGYX150369
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will work on matters that require proactive legal guidance. Reporting into General Counsel. Will drive business impact by drafting and negotiating complex commercial contracts with different clients and vendors, as well as providing general advice and regulatory compliance support across the company. Act as a strategic business partner to review, draft, and negotiate on a range of commercial agreements, particularly focusing on our services for customers, channel partners, and vendors. Manage due diligence processes, including identifying risks and proposing solutions, in connection with deals and other partnerships. Work with product and engineering teams to ensure our products and services comply with existing applicable regulations. Create and/or monitor terms of use, product policies, and disclosures, and review marketing collateral and product claims. Remain up-to-date on relevant industry trends, laws and regulations to ensure an ongoing ability to provide sound compliance advice. Support and advise our People Team on policies, procedures, and compliance. Requirements: 5+ years of commercial legal experience in a law firm or in-house company, with a particular focus on the technology sector. Experience as an in-house at a successful, high-growth SaaS company is an advantage. Strong background and interest in commercial agreements to drive revenue/business growth in the healthcare space. Experience working with regulatory bodies is ideal. Qualified attorney and Member of Bar Association or otherwise eligible to practice a In-House Counsel.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# GMQZ150332
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: 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.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school and a member of the Bar. 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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Director, Compliance Counsel
Refer job# EWDU150333
 
Director, Compliance Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Assist in the implementation and maintenance of the Company's compliance program, including support in areas such as the following: Communicating with and providing guidance to business units as required. Conduct risk assessments, internal compliance monitoring, compliance investigations. Assist with compliance communication and training programs. Track and assess Company compliance with policies and procedures and the overall effectiveness of the compliance program. Performs other duties as assigned. Must have Juris Doctor from an accredited law school, currently in good standing with a state bar association. Should have 5-8 years of experience with compliance programs in the health care industry, preferably with a medical device company. Must have good working knowledge of the legal and regulatory framework affecting the medical device industry including interactions with health care professionals and end-user customers, federal and state false claims, anti-kickback, anti-inducement and transparency reporting laws and regulations, HIPAA data privacy and security, the AdvaMed Code of Ethics, standards established by CMS and DHHS-OIG for effective compliance programs, Medicare Part D and pharmacy pricing/formulary matters, and clinical research.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# DNMN150301
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Deliver timely legal advice as needed to Biopharma, Clinical Operations, R&D and other teams. Identify potential legal issues and propose solutions to mitigate risk. Draft, review, revise, and negotiate a broad range of corporate agreements including, but not limited to, material transfer agreements, research and data-related agreements, agreements pertaining to licensing, services, consulting, supply, confidentiality, collaboration, clinical trial, as well as addenda amendments and statements of work. Manage multiple subject matter issues across diverse areas of the company, taking the initiative to identify appropriate subject matter experts and coordinating overall review. Identify legal issues, research new legal issues, and provide advice in a manner that integrates legal risk management with FMI's business objectives. Advise on contract interpretation, dispute resolution, and legal risks. Develop and maintain strong business relationships across the company and contribute to cross-functional or departmental projects. Support the Legal Team's efforts to effectively manage the delivery of legal services. Manage document production requests in connection with litigation matters, including compilation, distribution, associated communications, and record keeping. Appropriately triage workflow, set clear priorities and expectations with clients, and efficiently deliver results. Operate with limited supervision. Independently discern and establish priorities. Collaborate with colleagues in the Business Development, Corporate Management and Strategy, Research & Development, Commercial, and Finance functional areas. Other duties as assigned. Must have Juris Doctor degree from an accredited, top-tier law school. Should have admission to any state bar association in the United States. Must have 4+ years of prior legal experience. Prior professional experience in-house at a life sciences company, healthcare company, relevant governmental agency, or for a law firm working on healthcare-related matters preferred. Proven ability/interest in working across a broad range of subject matter areas desired. Significant experience drafting, reviewing, and negotiating corporate and commercial agreements, including licensing, services, IT, research, consulting, clinical trial, and data sharing related agreements. 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, U.S. international transparency laws and regulation, privacy laws, anti-bribery laws, and other laws and regulations related to the development and commercialization of diagnostic products. Experience with complex licensing, services, material transfer agreements, and collaboration agreements preferred. Experience with contract management software desired. Prior professional experience advising business partners at all levels of an organization a plus. Understanding of HIPAA and the importance of privacy of patient data desired.
 
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Counsel, Us Employment
Refer job# OKBG150289
 
Counsel, US Employment The candidate will provide high-quality, practical advice and support to HR on a wide range of day-to-day issues including performance/conduct management, displine and terminations, leaves of absence, disability and immigration in fast-paced environment. Provide support for management of US HR/employment matters, including agency/administrative charges and pre-litigation disputes. Provide day-to-day advice to HR on a broad range of employment issues including performance and conduct management, terminations and discipline, wage and hour, immigration, benefits, leave of absence and disability, independent contractors and restrictive covenants. Support pre-litigation disputes with attorneys representing current and former employees to reach resolutions favorable to company. Partner with HR and outside counsel to gather information and develop Takeda's strategic legal position. Provide support to agency administrative charges as well as employment litigation. Collaborate with various HR clients to support the development and maintenance of various employment documents (e.g., agreements, policies, offer letters, etc.) aimed at most effectively managing legal risks. Provide support for various projects and matters as assigned by Head Counsel, US. Employment and Lead Counsel, US Employment.

The candidate should have High academic achievement in the study of law. Should be licensed to practice law in at least one state in the US. Should be US employment law specialist with at least 4-5 years of relevant experience in management-side labor/employment law, including law firm experience. In-house experience a plus. Must have experience advising corporate HR clients on employment/HR matters. Experience representing clients in the pharmaceutical/biotech industry a plus. Traditional labor experience a plus. Must be comfortable handling multiple matters in a constantly-changing, fluid environment. Must have top-notch written and verbal communications skills, and the ability to communicate legal concepts concisely and effectively to non-lawyers. Should be US employment law specialist with at least 5 years experience in management-side labor/employment law. Law firm experience required. In-house experience a plus.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# JYFJ150266
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Drafting, reviewing, revising and negotiating general and sophisticated corporate and commercial agreements, including IT, licensing, services, consulting, confidentiality and data-related agreements, as well as addenda/amendments and statements of work for Company's global organization. Providing legal support across the organization, including quickly and effectively identifying complex legal issues raised by the Company business, researching new legal issues, and providing practical advice. Developing and maintaining strong business relationships across the company and contributing to cross-functional or departmental projects and teams. Assisting with the development of policies and processes and standard template language to be used in contracts. Supporting efforts to effectively manage the delivery of legal services including budgeting, process improvements, operations and training to key stakeholders. Supporting the organization in maintaining a work environment focused on quality and that fosters learning, respect, open communication, collaboration, integration and teamwork. Assisting with M&A due diligence for target companies. Managing and completing any additional projects or legal matters assigned by Company's General Counsel, CFO or CEO.

Qualifications: J.D. and current admission in Massachusetts or other U.S. jurisdiction. At least 3-5+ years of relevant experience in a law firm and/or global corporation. Experience negotiating technology transactions and complex commercial transactions with a familiarity of legal issues surrounding Cloud/SaaS product offerings and software licensing. Demonstrated self-starter, able to work in a very fast paced, changing environment with ability to juggle several priorities at the same time; must thrive under deadline pressure and limited supervision. Exceptional communication skills, with the ability to communicate complex issues in a concise and simple way. Interact professionally and maturely with clients at all levels to influence outcomes through effective leadership skills. Exceptional drive and commitment to client services with the ability to quickly gain trust and credibility from team members. Sound business judgment with the ability to escalate legal issues when needed. Solid IP background or strong interest in expanding a limited IP skill set a plus. Must be well-organized and possess strong planning and prioritization skills; extremely high attention to detail and demonstrated
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# JUUV150268
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Drafting, reviewing, revising and negotiating general and sophisticated corporate and commercial agreements, including IT, licensing, services, consulting, confidentiality and data-related agreements, as well as addenda/amendments and statements of work for Company's global organization. Providing legal support across the organization, including quickly and effectively identifying complex legal issues raised by the Company business, researching new legal issues, and providing practical advice. Developing and maintaining strong business relationships across the company and contributing to cross-functional or departmental projects and teams. Assisting with the development of policies and processes and standard template language to be used in contracts. Supporting efforts to effectively manage the delivery of legal services including budgeting, process improvements, operations and training to key stakeholders. Supporting the organization in maintaining a work environment focused on quality and that fosters learning, respect, open communication, collaboration, integration and teamwork. Assisting with M&A due diligence for target companies. Managing and completing any additional projects or legal matters assigned by Company's General Counsel, CFO or CEO.

Qualifications: J.D. and current admission in Massachusetts or other U.S. jurisdiction. At least 3-5+ years of relevant experience in a law firm and/or global corporation. Experience negotiating technology transactions and complex commercial transactions with a familiarity of legal issues surrounding Cloud/SaaS product offerings and software licensing. Demonstrated self-starter, able to work in a very fast paced, changing environment with ability to juggle several priorities at the same time; must thrive under deadline pressure and limited supervision. Exceptional communication skills, with the ability to communicate complex issues in a concise and simple way. Interact professionally and maturely with clients at all levels to influence outcomes through effective leadership skills. Exceptional drive and commitment to client services with the ability to quickly gain trust and credibility from team members. Sound business judgment with the ability to escalate legal issues when needed. Solid IP background or strong interest in expanding a limited IP skill set a plus. Must be well-organized and possess strong planning and prioritization skills; extremely high attention to detail and demonstrated
 
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Senior Director, Assistant General Counsel, Corporate Transactions
Refer job# KIME150223
 
Senior Director, Assistant General Counsel, Corporate Transactions Duties: Reporting directly to the Senior Vice President, Legal, Human Resources & Corporate Communication, will collaborate with team members across the company to manage a broad variety of corporate and transactional legal issues related to business development and biopharmaceutical research and development, with a particular focus on licensing transactions. Will have responsibility for drafting and negotiating a wide range of complex agreements, including licensing, collaboration, research, master service, vendor, and partnership agreements; partnering with business development on corporate transactions; managing a contracts manager; and advising on other general corporate matters. Drafting, reviewing, negotiating, and interpreting a wide range of complex corporate agreements, including licensing, collaboration, research, master service, vendor, partnership and other strategic agreements for drug development. Partnering with corporate/business development team and members of senior management to provide ongoing support for strategic licensing and other significant transactions, from the earliest stages in the process, through due diligence and the negotiation of deal terms and transaction documents, to closing the transaction and post-deal integration. Working collaboratively with internal clients to provide practical and timely advice on corporate legal matters. Managing a contracts manager and providing oversight for routine legal agreements and contract management strategy. Managing outside counsel within scope and budget. Keeping informed of new laws, regulations, and industry trends affecting the organization, and assisting with the development of policies and training as needed.

Requirements: JD Degree from a national law school and admission to at least one state bar in the United States. 7-10+ years of relevant general corporate and transactional legal experience, with focused expertise on biotech/biopharma licensing transactions. Law firm and in-house experience preferred, but law firm candidates will be considered. Experience within the life science industry representing biotechnology and/or pharmaceutical companies. Demonstrated experience drafting and negotiating complex commercial and corporate agreements in the biotech/biopharma industry, including licensing and collaboration agreements. Strong legal drafting and writing skills. Experience effectively managing a contract management system and/or contracts manager a plus. Outstanding presence and maturity, with strong interpersonal and leadership skills, and the ability to build strong relationships and communicate effectively with team members, senior business leaders, and other professionals and colleagues at all levels of an organization. Must possess a high energy level, with the ability to thrive in a fast-paced, innovative environment and to handle multiple, conflicting priorities while managing a substantial workload. Highly self-motivated, with the ability to quickly gain trust and credibility from team members. Strong team player that is customer and solution-oriented, with the ability to understand and differentiate approach to complex contractual and legal matters. Must be well-organized and possess strong planning skills, with extremely high attention to detail and the ability to manage numerous projects simultaneously under deadline pressure. Unquestioned integrity, credibility, and judgment. Outstanding verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to both communicate complex issues in a simple way, as well as to thrive in a geographically dispersed work environment where frequent phone and email communication is often required.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# JZZD150229
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Draft and Negotiate agreements. Customer agreements. Vendor agreements. Channel partner agreements. Confidentiality agreements. Consulting agreements. Joint Venture/Development agreements. License Agreements. Real estate leases. Software license and service agreements. Corporate Governance and Structure. Implement and manage sound governance practices for global corporate subsidiaries. Maintain corporate records and draft corporate resolutions, minutes and operative governing documents.. Internal restructurings, consolidations and reorganizations. International Law. Become knowledgeable on key elements of international law applicable to business. Work directly with international subsidiaries on day-to-day matters and, where necessary, coordinate with international counsel. Assist Legal and Business Development teams in preparation of term sheets and analysis of transaction opportunities. Drafting of acquisition and related agreements. Assist in due diligence. Assist in review and preparation of disclosure schedules. Assist with development and implementation of integration plans. Assist in oversight and administration of compliance and training programs. Day to day advice to business units on a wide array of compliance matters, including: Code of Conduct, Anti-Corruption, Data Privacy/Security, Import/Export Controls, Antitrust, Record Retention, Environmental and Social Governance, Other Regulatory Compliance Matters. Act as a key legal advisor for employees at global business units. Provide sage business and legal counsel to senior leadership on matters of significance to business units.

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree, and JD Degree from an ABA Accredited Law School required. License to practice law in at least one state (preferably Massachusetts) required. 3+ years of broad based legal experience with a regionally or nationally recognized law firm and/or in-house legal department strongly preferred. Experience providing legal advice in a broad range of transactional contexts, including commercial contracts, corporate governance, M&A and regulatory compliance. Strong project management skills, including the ability to prioritize, balance, and manage multiple tasks simultaneously. Ability to communicate changes and progress; complete projects on time and within budget. Solid analytical skills and solution-driven thinking; collects and researches data; uses intuition and experience to complement data. Ability to identify and resolve problems in a timely manner; develop alternative solutions; work well in group problem solving situations; present ideas and information in a clear and convincing manner; display willingness to make decisions; exhibit sound and accurate judgment; support and explain reasoning for decisions; include appropriate people in decision-making process. Ability to communicate effectively across mediums, audiences, and situations; listens and gets clarification; responds well to questions. Ability to write clearly and informatively. Demonstrated success working with strategic goals; developing and implementing cost savings measures; understanding business implications of decisions. Intellectual curiosity and active desire to learn about products, technology and market segments.
 
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Director, Securities Counsel
Refer job# KWPQ150233
 
Director, Securities Counsel The candidate's responsibility for company's 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 should have JD degree from an accredited law school and active membership in at least one state Bar. Should 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. Detailed understanding of applicable securities laws and significant experience advising clients on public company reporting and compliance matters. Ability to work collaboratively across the company, successfully build relationships, and efficiently manage outside counsel. Ability to think creatively, evaluate and manage risk, devise business-focused solutions to challenging problems, and drive issues to closure to meet the company's goals. Demonstrated success managing complex corporate transactions and multiple competing matters. Excellent interpersonal, decision-making and communications skills.
 
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