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Director, Associate General Counsel- Privacy

Jersey City NJ Director, Associate General Counsel- Privacy The candidate serve as privacy and data protection legal subject matter expert. Review, draft and update as needed firms policies and procedures, customer agreements and privacy policies to ensure ongoing compliance with applicable US and international laws, rules and regulations, company practices and standards, and best practices in a changing privacy regulatory environment. Provide privacy-related legal advice regarding social media activities and the development and implementation of mobile applications. Support the Security Incident Response Team in connection with privacy incidents and compliance with applicable breach notification laws. Monitor legislative and regulatory developments in the areas of privacy and data protection. Advise on TCPA, CAN-SPAM and other laws relevant to digital advertising and marketing campaigns. Work cross-functionally to resolve individual privacy compliance issues/questions and investigations assessing causes, directing the development of corrective action plans, and ensuring consistent application of corrective actions. Draft and negotiate marketing, technology and other business agreements for a wide range of regulated and non-regulated entities. Interface directly with various internal business units, including marketing, finance, technology, brokerage legal, bank legal and procurement groups, as well as legal counsel and contracting personnel for counter-parties. Should have 6+ years of relevant privacy, data security, and digital advertising/marketing experience in a national law firm and/or in-house legal environment (in-house experience strongly preferred). JD from top law school (Business experience a plus). Strong knowledge of international, federal and state privacy and marketing laws, rules and regulations, state security breach and data protection laws, as well as industry leading-practices and standards is desired. Practical experience in counseling financial services clients and dealing with business-level implications related to financial privacy and data protection laws and regulations including initial and annual notices, opt-out processes, breach notifications, vendor / business partner due diligence and oversight is desired. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-24

Corporate Attorney, Employment and Compliance

Rutherford NJ Corporate Attorney, Employment and Compliance The candidate will be supporting the Assistant General Counsel, Litigation and Employment, and Assistant General Counsel, Digital and Compliance, on various employment and compliance related initiatives, including fielding and resolving day to day inquiries from HR, managing and conducting ethics and compliance training, conducting investigations into ethics complaints, and supporting the Legal Department with other projects and initiatives. Will provide guidance and support to Human Resources with everyday questions and issues (e.g., FMLA, ADA, leaves of absence, wage & hour; employee relations issues, etc.). Investigates and recommends resolution for internal complaints, including those raised though the Companys reporting hotline. Keeps current on ever changing state and federal laws related to the employee/employer relationship (e.g., paid sick leave; prior wage history; criminal history inquiries; etc.), and informs and counsels Human Resources on same. Develops and conducts live training on various topics including harassment; cultural sensitivity; business ethics; etc. Manages reporting hotline and online ethics and compliance training program. Audits compliance with company processes and training initiatives. Assists on ethics and risk management reporting to global headquarters. Collaborates with Human Resources to provide updates to Companys employee handbook and other policies and procedures. Drafts and negotiates employment related agreements, and assists with contract review/negotiation for other commercial agreements as needed.

The candidate must have 3-5 years law firm or in-house counsel experience, with focus on employment law, investigations, and compliance. Should have Law Degree. Must have Bar Admission. Must possess organizational, oral and written communication skills, and time management skills to handle multiple tasks and projects simultaneously. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint is required.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2019-06-24

Lead Compliance Counsel, Business Groups

Murray Hill NJ Lead Compliance Counsel, Business Groups The candidate leads the compliance program in firms Business Groups. The Role reports to the Head of Regulatory Excellence and Business Group Compliance. Requires strong working relationships with BG management and BG support functions (BG Legal, BG Operations, BG Finance, BG HR, etc.) at all levels within the various BGs. Requires extensive collaboration and coordination with other members of the global Ethics & Compliance team and the other Regulatory team members in particular. Responsible for designing and implementing the compliance program for firms BGs, aligned to the global compliance program and strategies. The Role is accountable for promoting and monitoring compliance practices and for embedding a culture of the highest ethics and integrity throughout the BGs. Deploy global compliance program throughout the BGs by ensuring that global E&C policies, processes and tools are effectively communicated to the appropriate employee groups within the BGs. Conduct and support compliance risk assessments in the BGs. Design and implement tailored compliance initiatives in individual BGs and entities within the BGs (e.g., Service Companies and JVs) as needed. Ensure that all BG management teams receive appropriate proactive and reactive compliance engagement. Lead periodic BG Compliance Committees with respective senior management teams to drive management understanding and accountability of compliance risks. Conduct bi-annual Compliance Operating Reviews (deep dive risk assessments) for the respective BGs. Gather, synthesize and report key compliance data to BG leaders and the BG legal teams. Collaborate with Regulatory Excellence team members, BG Legal, as well as BG support functions regarding E&C program design, implementation and support. Continually monitor, assess and look for ways to improve collaboration and coordination between BG Compliance and Market Compliance Be a Trusted Business Partner: deliver effective compliance counsel and advice to leaders and employees within the BGs, working with closely with Regulatory to embed Regulatory excellence within the BGs. Act as the primary contact point and internal expert with respect to compliance matters for the BGs. Conduct and/or cascade targeted training on compliance-related topics, and current firm's policies and/or procedures to high-risk managers and employees. Promote and support a robust open reporting culture, including by supporting the Ombuds program and personnel within the BGs. Identify compliance matters that require follow-up or investigation, and, as appropriate, conduct or support investigations (in conjunction with the Business Integrity Group), or otherwise refer issues to the appropriate internal investigating body. Monitor the installation and effectiveness of compliance controls and programs in the BGs, including by conducting Compliance Control Frameworks reviews, risk assessments, reviews of internal audit findings and other monitoring activities. Develop and lead remediation activities as needed. Drive a culture of integrity, compliance and accountability from the top leaders in the BGs to all employees. Support compliance due diligence and approvals activities (e.g., third party screening, gifts/hospitality, sponsorships & donations) as needed. Network with compliance and business professionals outside firm's to drive firms goal of competitive distinction through integrity. Strong written and verbal skills in English required. Professional certification or qualification in Law, Accounting and/or Audit is essential. Must have experience and understanding of compliance issues confronting the industry. Strong knowledge of key anti-bribery legislation including the FCPA, UK Bribery Act and other applicable legislation is essential. Should have experience conducting, analysing and/or making decisions and recommendations based on compliance due diligence. Should preferably have relevant professional experience beyond the minimum requirements. Should have academic degree in Law or Accounting from recognized university. Should have legal experience strongly preferred, including: Work in a prosecutor or regulatory agency/office with jurisdiction over corporate criminal/regulatory matters. Relevant work in an in-house legal department or at a major international or regional law firm, representing corporate clients in investigative, criminal or regulatory matters is essential. Should have relevant accounting and/or audit experience (in-house or external), including work designing, auditing and implementing anti-fraud/corruption/money-laundering controls. Must have experience conducting and leading internal investigations. Must have experience writing and deploying compliance policies and/or Codes of Conduct. Should have experience designing, deploying, analysing, and/or using compliance risk assessments. Should have proven project management skills. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-20

Intellectual Property Attorney

Warren NJ Intellectual Property Attorney The candidate will examines patents, file histories, prior art, ongoing litigations, and citizens petitions to inform related strategies for the development of 505(b)(1) and 505(b)(2) product applications and/or potential product acquisitions. Assists in assessing and guiding formulation development in view of patents and potential future strategic litigation (Hatch- Waxman inclusive). Secures freedom-to-operate and patent analyses for in-house products and potential product or technology acquisitions. Assists R&D in the assessment of patents relating to bulk API, route of synthesis, finished dosage forms and polymorphs. Designs and manages prior art searches for targeted technologies or products. Partners with legal and regulatory affairs for the preparation of Orange Book listings and patent certifications along with the corresponding notice letters and detailed statements. Drafts and prosecutes global patent applications and secures patent rights for same. A Juris Doctor from a recognized, accredited law school is required. Must have Masters Degree in Pharmaceutics, Chemistry, Biochemistry, or similar discipline. Should have 10+ years experience, preferably a combination of private and corporate practices, and including Hatch-Waxman experience. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-19

Real Estate Attorney

Saddle Brook NJ Real Estate Attorney The candidate responsible for the negotiation, drafting, review and administration of real estate transactions. Coordinate with lease administration department to resolve satisfaction issues with property owners. Negotiate standard form lease, property owners and coordinate proper lease execution. Prepare ground lease and amendments to ground lease, memoranda of lease and consent, and notice letters for land-related transactions in compliance with company standards. Assist in resolving title issue, including tax liens, missing deeds, mortgages, probate issues, and inappropriate signature authority. Assess legal access and utility easement requirements. Draft easements and right of way documents. Ensure all deadlines are met in timely manner. A J.D. and license to practice law in state of New Jersey required. Must have 5 years experience; working within real estate industry preferred. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-19

Corporate Counsel / Senior Associate Counsel

Fort Lee NJ Corporate Counsel / Senior Associate Counsel The candidate will report to the US General Counsel. Will draft, review, negotiate and execute contracts, contract amendments, and agreements with varying levels of complexity. Collaborate with business units at all levels throughout the organization to ensure that agreements adequately protect companys interests. Provide legal and risk management counsel to senior leaders advising them on contract status, legal risks and business terms of various deals. Help influence and guide business decisions. Establish and monitor preferred legal terms and precedents for contracting activity. Interpret existing contracts and advise on contract interpretation issues. Contracts and agreements include: manufacturing and contract manufacturing; 3rd party supply and procurement agreements; quality agreements; asset sale agreements; sales contracts for the plasma business; lease agreements; professional services and employment/staffing/consulting agreements; and various other agreements, e.g. NDA/CDAs. Collaborate with senior leadership within the different business units, business development personnel, the Legal and Finance teams regarding the negotiation of M&A deals and strategic transactions. Draft and negotiate asset sale agreements, manage the due diligence process, carry out all assignments and support the business transition. Partner with and manage the support of outside counsel for any potential litigation. Provide supporting documents, aide in any investigations, review of court documents and negotiating settlements with support from senior leadership. Advise each site location, i.e. manufacturing, blood donation center, on licensing issues and regulatory matters affecting the individual sites. Make appropriate judgment calls during times of ambiguity and can lead others through new legal territory. Pursue calculated risk benefit analysis in an unpredictable environment with appropriate contingency planning and continually challenge status quo. Ensure compliance with all government regulations and mandates. Contribute to investigations as needed to address potential compliance concerns. Deal with complex, significant matters that cut across legal and related areas, evaluate and weigh multiple inputs and impacts of decisions or course of action on the business. Identify proactive solutions that will eliminate or mitigate risks to the company business. Drive innovation and actively contribute to new strategies supporting business goals. Identify and develop best practices in support of key projects and initiatives. Support the continuous improvement of templates and legal processes. Create and deliver training to internal stakeholders as needed. Assist with and support legal and corporate due diligence activities on strategic transactions, as requested, and actively participate in all projects within the Legal Department as necessary. In collaboration with others, create and implement new policies, templates and/or processes. Partner with Human Resources to review and update offer letter agreements, new hire paperwork, employee handbook, etc. Educate clients regarding relevant legal updates, industry and regulatory developments, industry best practices, and risk mitigation solutions.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited US law school. Should be a member of a State Bar (New York and/or New Jersey) and in good standing. Must have 3-4 years of related experience in a legal counseling role for pharma/biotech industry either in-house or at a major law firm. Strong knowledge and key expertise in multiple areas of law, including: contracts, procurement, pharmaceuticals/healthcare, labor and employment, regulatory, transactions required. Significant experience drafting and negotiating complex contracts including manufacturing & supply agreements, asset sale is needed. Thorough understanding of pharmaceutical business and related legal issues is a must. Should be an excellent negotiator who knows how to keep complex legal negotiations simple and clear. Proficiency in Italian is helpful.
Legal 3 - 4 Full-time 2019-06-18

Litigation Attorney I

Marlton NJ Litigation Attorney I The candidate should have 1 year experience in personal injury litigation or 2 years general litigation experience; preferably in New Jersey. Must be licensed in good standing to practice law in New Jersey. Travel as required, including, to attend trials, hearings, depositions, management meetings and conferences. Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-17

Corporate Attorney corporate Affairs

Princeton NJ Corporate Attorney- Corporate Affairs The Candidate will be responsible to provides legal review of contracts, protocols, informed consents, and scientific communications. Drafts, reviews, and manages a variety of contracts, including vendor agreements, license and supply agreements, complex corporate agreements, employment agreements, research agreements, clinical trial agreements. Provides legal review of promotional materials and activities, grants and medical education activities. Provides support for litigation, human resources, finance, operations, compliance, licensing, trademark, and copyright matters. Offers guidance to project team activities to ensure compliance with company policies and legal/regulatory requirements. Provides legal guidance for compliance activities.

The candidate should have Doctor of Jurisprudence (J.D.) or equivalent degree required and Licensed US Attorney with 5+ years related legal experience is required. Experience in corporate transactions required. Pharmaceutical industry related experience is preferred. Experience in contract, business, FDA, and drug law is preferred. General legal experience, for example, in anti-trust, litigation, and labor and employment law preferred. Ability to analyze, interpret, and apply government regulations, guidelines, and requirements is required,. Ability to identify problems and work to implement solutions. Ability to exercise good judgment regarding the interpretation of policies, development of procedures, and selection of appropriate courses of action. Excellent analytical, communication, and interpersonal skills. Ability to work collaboratively in a team, build consensus, think strategically, and assist others as needed.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-17

Corporate Counsel, It Contracting And Corporate Procurement Attorney

Madison NJ Corporate Counsel, IT Contracting and Corporate Procurement Attorney The candidate provides legal support to the centralized enterprise Procurement Team with a focus on technology contracts supporting the business. Is responsible for delivering supply contracts and legal advice relating to procurement matters in a collaborative, professional and timely manner. Participates in drafting, reviewing, negotiating and advising on company-wide technology and corporate procurement arrangements. Provides counsel and risk analysis to evaluate the terms of the technology agreements and company policies to drive best practices in supplier relationships and to secure first class contracts with those suppliers. Draft and review a wide variety of technology agreements to ensure compliance of all contracts/service agreements with all relevant requirements, laws, and regulations. Negotiate all forms of agreements, and documents such, including those related to software licenses, SaaS, maintenance and support, consulting services, e-commerce, web hosting, database access, on-line subscriptions, IT development, data mining, and associated modifications such as renewals, assignments, and terminations. Provide ad hoc advice as it relates to contracts/service agreements and advice on drafting and negotiating supply contracts to other members of Legal team across all business units. Work with legal colleagues to improve contract practices and protocols and to ensure completion of contracts in a timely manner. Work closely with the procurement team to deliver effective support and advice. Liaise across business units in relation to procurement activity, and work closely with all other Legal teams.

The candidate should have excellent academic credentials and JD degree from an ABA accredited law school. Must have license in good standing to practice law in NJ, NY or PA. Should have 5-7 years of experience in a large corporation focusing on technology contracts. Knowledge of Apptus contract management software application needed. Solid understanding of information security and data privacy laws essential. Understanding of procurement best practices and ability to provide thoughtful, proactive, strategic legal advice is needed. Superior oral and written communication skills required.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2019-06-15

Counsel Senior - Corporate

Secaucus NJ Counsel Senior - Corporate The candidate will provide legal support for a range of corporate and commercial activities. Areas of responsibility will vary with the Companys need. Initially, it is expected that primary responsibilities may include support for corporate activities (e.g., financing), commercial activities (e.g., drafting and negotiating contracts, including for procurement, provider and health plan services), business development activities (e.g., mergers and acquisitions) and counseling clients on a range of business and legal regulatory issues (e.g., anti-corruption, fraud and abuse laws). Should have a J.D, be duly licensed to practice law, and have 5+ years of relevant experience. Top-tier credentials are required for consideration. Outstanding judgment is essential. Should have strong corporate, commercial or transactional experience. Health care experience is desirable. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-13
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Staff Counsel
In-House,Verizon Communications Inc.
Location : Morristown, NJ, United States

Staff Counsel The candidate responsibilities will include: Support the Customer Experience and Transformation group by providing legal advice and counsel taking into account consumer law, regulatory, privacy, antitrust, employment and information se... + read more

jun 22, 2019


Real Estate Counsel
In-House,The Children's Place
Location : Secaucus, NJ, United States

Real Estate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for executing the legal function of the real estate department (known internally as ?Store Development?). Negotiate, draft, and review retail leases (with a focus on retail store leases in U.S. a... + read more

jun 20, 2019


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Director, Associate General Counsel- Privacy
Refer job# IKHG144696
 
Director, Associate General Counsel- Privacy The candidate serve as privacy and data protection legal subject matter expert. Review, draft and update as needed firms policies and procedures, customer agreements and privacy policies to ensure ongoing compliance with applicable US and international laws, rules and regulations, company practices and standards, and best practices in a changing privacy regulatory environment. Provide privacy-related legal advice regarding social media activities and the development and implementation of mobile applications. Support the Security Incident Response Team in connection with privacy incidents and compliance with applicable breach notification laws. Monitor legislative and regulatory developments in the areas of privacy and data protection. Advise on TCPA, CAN-SPAM and other laws relevant to digital advertising and marketing campaigns. Work cross-functionally to resolve individual privacy compliance issues/questions and investigations assessing causes, directing the development of corrective action plans, and ensuring consistent application of corrective actions. Draft and negotiate marketing, technology and other business agreements for a wide range of regulated and non-regulated entities. Interface directly with various internal business units, including marketing, finance, technology, brokerage legal, bank legal and procurement groups, as well as legal counsel and contracting personnel for counter-parties. Should have 6+ years of relevant privacy, data security, and digital advertising/marketing experience in a national law firm and/or in-house legal environment (in-house experience strongly preferred). JD from top law school (Business experience a plus). Strong knowledge of international, federal and state privacy and marketing laws, rules and regulations, state security breach and data protection laws, as well as industry leading-practices and standards is desired. Practical experience in counseling financial services clients and dealing with business-level implications related to financial privacy and data protection laws and regulations including initial and annual notices, opt-out processes, breach notifications, vendor / business partner due diligence and oversight is desired.
 
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Corporate Attorney, Employment and Compliance
Refer job# SLTX144720
 
Corporate Attorney, Employment and Compliance The candidate will be supporting the Assistant General Counsel, Litigation and Employment, and Assistant General Counsel, Digital and Compliance, on various employment and compliance related initiatives, including fielding and resolving day to day inquiries from HR, managing and conducting ethics and compliance training, conducting investigations into ethics complaints, and supporting the Legal Department with other projects and initiatives. Will provide guidance and support to Human Resources with everyday questions and issues (e.g., FMLA, ADA, leaves of absence, wage & hour; employee relations issues, etc.). Investigates and recommends resolution for internal complaints, including those raised though the Companys reporting hotline. Keeps current on ever changing state and federal laws related to the employee/employer relationship (e.g., paid sick leave; prior wage history; criminal history inquiries; etc.), and informs and counsels Human Resources on same. Develops and conducts live training on various topics including harassment; cultural sensitivity; business ethics; etc. Manages reporting hotline and online ethics and compliance training program. Audits compliance with company processes and training initiatives. Assists on ethics and risk management reporting to global headquarters. Collaborates with Human Resources to provide updates to Companys employee handbook and other policies and procedures. Drafts and negotiates employment related agreements, and assists with contract review/negotiation for other commercial agreements as needed.

The candidate must have 3-5 years law firm or in-house counsel experience, with focus on employment law, investigations, and compliance. Should have Law Degree. Must have Bar Admission. Must possess organizational, oral and written communication skills, and time management skills to handle multiple tasks and projects simultaneously. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint is required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Lead Compliance Counsel, Business Groups
Refer job# XGZR144634
 
Lead Compliance Counsel, Business Groups The candidate leads the compliance program in firms Business Groups. The Role reports to the Head of Regulatory Excellence and Business Group Compliance. Requires strong working relationships with BG management and BG support functions (BG Legal, BG Operations, BG Finance, BG HR, etc.) at all levels within the various BGs. Requires extensive collaboration and coordination with other members of the global Ethics & Compliance team and the other Regulatory team members in particular. Responsible for designing and implementing the compliance program for firms BGs, aligned to the global compliance program and strategies. The Role is accountable for promoting and monitoring compliance practices and for embedding a culture of the highest ethics and integrity throughout the BGs. Deploy global compliance program throughout the BGs by ensuring that global E&C policies, processes and tools are effectively communicated to the appropriate employee groups within the BGs. Conduct and support compliance risk assessments in the BGs. Design and implement tailored compliance initiatives in individual BGs and entities within the BGs (e.g., Service Companies and JVs) as needed. Ensure that all BG management teams receive appropriate proactive and reactive compliance engagement. Lead periodic BG Compliance Committees with respective senior management teams to drive management understanding and accountability of compliance risks. Conduct bi-annual Compliance Operating Reviews (deep dive risk assessments) for the respective BGs. Gather, synthesize and report key compliance data to BG leaders and the BG legal teams. Collaborate with Regulatory Excellence team members, BG Legal, as well as BG support functions regarding E&C program design, implementation and support. Continually monitor, assess and look for ways to improve collaboration and coordination between BG Compliance and Market Compliance Be a Trusted Business Partner: deliver effective compliance counsel and advice to leaders and employees within the BGs, working with closely with Regulatory to embed Regulatory excellence within the BGs. Act as the primary contact point and internal expert with respect to compliance matters for the BGs. Conduct and/or cascade targeted training on compliance-related topics, and current firm's policies and/or procedures to high-risk managers and employees. Promote and support a robust open reporting culture, including by supporting the Ombuds program and personnel within the BGs. Identify compliance matters that require follow-up or investigation, and, as appropriate, conduct or support investigations (in conjunction with the Business Integrity Group), or otherwise refer issues to the appropriate internal investigating body. Monitor the installation and effectiveness of compliance controls and programs in the BGs, including by conducting Compliance Control Frameworks reviews, risk assessments, reviews of internal audit findings and other monitoring activities. Develop and lead remediation activities as needed. Drive a culture of integrity, compliance and accountability from the top leaders in the BGs to all employees. Support compliance due diligence and approvals activities (e.g., third party screening, gifts/hospitality, sponsorships & donations) as needed. Network with compliance and business professionals outside firm's to drive firms goal of competitive distinction through integrity. Strong written and verbal skills in English required. Professional certification or qualification in Law, Accounting and/or Audit is essential. Must have experience and understanding of compliance issues confronting the industry. Strong knowledge of key anti-bribery legislation including the FCPA, UK Bribery Act and other applicable legislation is essential. Should have experience conducting, analysing and/or making decisions and recommendations based on compliance due diligence. Should preferably have relevant professional experience beyond the minimum requirements. Should have academic degree in Law or Accounting from recognized university. Should have legal experience strongly preferred, including: Work in a prosecutor or regulatory agency/office with jurisdiction over corporate criminal/regulatory matters. Relevant work in an in-house legal department or at a major international or regional law firm, representing corporate clients in investigative, criminal or regulatory matters is essential. Should have relevant accounting and/or audit experience (in-house or external), including work designing, auditing and implementing anti-fraud/corruption/money-laundering controls. Must have experience conducting and leading internal investigations. Must have experience writing and deploying compliance policies and/or Codes of Conduct. Should have experience designing, deploying, analysing, and/or using compliance risk assessments. Should have proven project management skills.
 
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Intellectual Property Attorney
Refer job# XABQ144621
 
Intellectual Property Attorney The candidate will examines patents, file histories, prior art, ongoing litigations, and citizens petitions to inform related strategies for the development of 505(b)(1) and 505(b)(2) product applications and/or potential product acquisitions. Assists in assessing and guiding formulation development in view of patents and potential future strategic litigation (Hatch- Waxman inclusive). Secures freedom-to-operate and patent analyses for in-house products and potential product or technology acquisitions. Assists R&D in the assessment of patents relating to bulk API, route of synthesis, finished dosage forms and polymorphs. Designs and manages prior art searches for targeted technologies or products. Partners with legal and regulatory affairs for the preparation of Orange Book listings and patent certifications along with the corresponding notice letters and detailed statements. Drafts and prosecutes global patent applications and secures patent rights for same. A Juris Doctor from a recognized, accredited law school is required. Must have Masters Degree in Pharmaceutics, Chemistry, Biochemistry, or similar discipline. Should have 10+ years experience, preferably a combination of private and corporate practices, and including Hatch-Waxman experience.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Real Estate Attorney
Refer job# RRMO144628
 
Real Estate Attorney The candidate responsible for the negotiation, drafting, review and administration of real estate transactions. Coordinate with lease administration department to resolve satisfaction issues with property owners. Negotiate standard form lease, property owners and coordinate proper lease execution. Prepare ground lease and amendments to ground lease, memoranda of lease and consent, and notice letters for land-related transactions in compliance with company standards. Assist in resolving title issue, including tax liens, missing deeds, mortgages, probate issues, and inappropriate signature authority. Assess legal access and utility easement requirements. Draft easements and right of way documents. Ensure all deadlines are met in timely manner. A J.D. and license to practice law in state of New Jersey required. Must have 5 years experience; working within real estate industry preferred.
 
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Corporate Counsel / Senior Associate Counsel
Refer job# ECAQ144619
 
Corporate Counsel / Senior Associate Counsel The candidate will report to the US General Counsel. Will draft, review, negotiate and execute contracts, contract amendments, and agreements with varying levels of complexity. Collaborate with business units at all levels throughout the organization to ensure that agreements adequately protect companys interests. Provide legal and risk management counsel to senior leaders advising them on contract status, legal risks and business terms of various deals. Help influence and guide business decisions. Establish and monitor preferred legal terms and precedents for contracting activity. Interpret existing contracts and advise on contract interpretation issues. Contracts and agreements include: manufacturing and contract manufacturing; 3rd party supply and procurement agreements; quality agreements; asset sale agreements; sales contracts for the plasma business; lease agreements; professional services and employment/staffing/consulting agreements; and various other agreements, e.g. NDA/CDAs. Collaborate with senior leadership within the different business units, business development personnel, the Legal and Finance teams regarding the negotiation of M&A deals and strategic transactions. Draft and negotiate asset sale agreements, manage the due diligence process, carry out all assignments and support the business transition. Partner with and manage the support of outside counsel for any potential litigation. Provide supporting documents, aide in any investigations, review of court documents and negotiating settlements with support from senior leadership. Advise each site location, i.e. manufacturing, blood donation center, on licensing issues and regulatory matters affecting the individual sites. Make appropriate judgment calls during times of ambiguity and can lead others through new legal territory. Pursue calculated risk benefit analysis in an unpredictable environment with appropriate contingency planning and continually challenge status quo. Ensure compliance with all government regulations and mandates. Contribute to investigations as needed to address potential compliance concerns. Deal with complex, significant matters that cut across legal and related areas, evaluate and weigh multiple inputs and impacts of decisions or course of action on the business. Identify proactive solutions that will eliminate or mitigate risks to the company business. Drive innovation and actively contribute to new strategies supporting business goals. Identify and develop best practices in support of key projects and initiatives. Support the continuous improvement of templates and legal processes. Create and deliver training to internal stakeholders as needed. Assist with and support legal and corporate due diligence activities on strategic transactions, as requested, and actively participate in all projects within the Legal Department as necessary. In collaboration with others, create and implement new policies, templates and/or processes. Partner with Human Resources to review and update offer letter agreements, new hire paperwork, employee handbook, etc. Educate clients regarding relevant legal updates, industry and regulatory developments, industry best practices, and risk mitigation solutions.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited US law school. Should be a member of a State Bar (New York and/or New Jersey) and in good standing. Must have 3-4 years of related experience in a legal counseling role for pharma/biotech industry either in-house or at a major law firm. Strong knowledge and key expertise in multiple areas of law, including: contracts, procurement, pharmaceuticals/healthcare, labor and employment, regulatory, transactions required. Significant experience drafting and negotiating complex contracts including manufacturing & supply agreements, asset sale is needed. Thorough understanding of pharmaceutical business and related legal issues is a must. Should be an excellent negotiator who knows how to keep complex legal negotiations simple and clear. Proficiency in Italian is helpful.
 
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Litigation Attorney I
Refer job# ZFYN144591
 
Litigation Attorney I The candidate should have 1 year experience in personal injury litigation or 2 years general litigation experience; preferably in New Jersey. Must be licensed in good standing to practice law in New Jersey. Travel as required, including, to attend trials, hearings, depositions, management meetings and conferences.
 
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Corporate Attorney corporate Affairs
Refer job# SNXU144603
 
Corporate Attorney- Corporate Affairs The Candidate will be responsible to provides legal review of contracts, protocols, informed consents, and scientific communications. Drafts, reviews, and manages a variety of contracts, including vendor agreements, license and supply agreements, complex corporate agreements, employment agreements, research agreements, clinical trial agreements. Provides legal review of promotional materials and activities, grants and medical education activities. Provides support for litigation, human resources, finance, operations, compliance, licensing, trademark, and copyright matters. Offers guidance to project team activities to ensure compliance with company policies and legal/regulatory requirements. Provides legal guidance for compliance activities.

The candidate should have Doctor of Jurisprudence (J.D.) or equivalent degree required and Licensed US Attorney with 5+ years related legal experience is required. Experience in corporate transactions required. Pharmaceutical industry related experience is preferred. Experience in contract, business, FDA, and drug law is preferred. General legal experience, for example, in anti-trust, litigation, and labor and employment law preferred. Ability to analyze, interpret, and apply government regulations, guidelines, and requirements is required,. Ability to identify problems and work to implement solutions. Ability to exercise good judgment regarding the interpretation of policies, development of procedures, and selection of appropriate courses of action. Excellent analytical, communication, and interpersonal skills. Ability to work collaboratively in a team, build consensus, think strategically, and assist others as needed.
 
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Corporate Counsel, It Contracting And Corporate Procurement Attorney
Refer job# IECE144535
 
Corporate Counsel, IT Contracting and Corporate Procurement Attorney The candidate provides legal support to the centralized enterprise Procurement Team with a focus on technology contracts supporting the business. Is responsible for delivering supply contracts and legal advice relating to procurement matters in a collaborative, professional and timely manner. Participates in drafting, reviewing, negotiating and advising on company-wide technology and corporate procurement arrangements. Provides counsel and risk analysis to evaluate the terms of the technology agreements and company policies to drive best practices in supplier relationships and to secure first class contracts with those suppliers. Draft and review a wide variety of technology agreements to ensure compliance of all contracts/service agreements with all relevant requirements, laws, and regulations. Negotiate all forms of agreements, and documents such, including those related to software licenses, SaaS, maintenance and support, consulting services, e-commerce, web hosting, database access, on-line subscriptions, IT development, data mining, and associated modifications such as renewals, assignments, and terminations. Provide ad hoc advice as it relates to contracts/service agreements and advice on drafting and negotiating supply contracts to other members of Legal team across all business units. Work with legal colleagues to improve contract practices and protocols and to ensure completion of contracts in a timely manner. Work closely with the procurement team to deliver effective support and advice. Liaise across business units in relation to procurement activity, and work closely with all other Legal teams.

The candidate should have excellent academic credentials and JD degree from an ABA accredited law school. Must have license in good standing to practice law in NJ, NY or PA. Should have 5-7 years of experience in a large corporation focusing on technology contracts. Knowledge of Apptus contract management software application needed. Solid understanding of information security and data privacy laws essential. Understanding of procurement best practices and ability to provide thoughtful, proactive, strategic legal advice is needed. Superior oral and written communication skills required.
 
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Counsel Senior - Corporate
Refer job# TVML144491
 
Counsel Senior - Corporate The candidate will provide legal support for a range of corporate and commercial activities. Areas of responsibility will vary with the Companys need. Initially, it is expected that primary responsibilities may include support for corporate activities (e.g., financing), commercial activities (e.g., drafting and negotiating contracts, including for procurement, provider and health plan services), business development activities (e.g., mergers and acquisitions) and counseling clients on a range of business and legal regulatory issues (e.g., anti-corruption, fraud and abuse laws). Should have a J.D, be duly licensed to practice law, and have 5+ years of relevant experience. Top-tier credentials are required for consideration. Outstanding judgment is essential. Should have strong corporate, commercial or transactional experience. Health care experience is desirable.
 
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