Legal Counsel Jobs New_Jersey | In-House Counsel Jobs | GCConsulting.com
General Counsel Consulting
About us Attorney resources Employer resources Job listings Submit resume Contact Us
General Counsel Consulting
Sign In
Email:
Password:
Forgot your password?
New User?
Signup
GCC
General Counsel
Consulting
provided
exceptional
service in helping
my organization
recruit for a hard
to fill position.
They did extensive
work on the front
end to understand
our needs and
our culture and
began referring
highly qualified
candidates almost
immediately.
 
Melinda Burrows
Deputy General Counsel
- Litigation and
Compliance, Progress
Energy Service Company
LLC
 

Jobs for Law Students
Law Student - Law Firm in San Jose, CA
USA-CA-San Jose
File Clerk The candidate will be organizing and filing documents for client files. Creating compute.... [more]


Law Student - In-House in San Mateo, CA
USA-CA-San Mateo
Winter Intern ? Tax Services The candidate will serve as members of client service teams. Interns a.... [more]


Law Student - In-House in Chicago, IL
USA-IL-Chicago
Intern - Tax Services The intern will be exposed to a wide variety of projects and industries. Will.... [more]


 

 
Click here
 

Job of the Day
Attorney
Los Angeles California United States

Full-time or Part-time Attorney position available Entrepreneur with a Pharmaceutical distributor and other businesses looking for counsel to help with transactional and litigation work. Office located in West LA. Looking for confident, detail ori...


In House Legal Job Listings

YOUR WINDOW TO A WORLD OF OPPORTUNITIES
 
Welcome to the job listings section of General Counsel Consulting. We are constantly updating our jobs seven days a week. As a firm dedicated to in-house search and placement, our ability to forge strong relationships with top-rated companies around the world allows us to offer our candidates a breadth of opportunities we believe is unrivaled.
 
We are pleased that your assessment of options has led you to General Counsel Consulting, and we invite you to browse our website to learn more about our firm and the career opportunities we offer. If you would like to be considered for an in-house attorney position, feel free to submit your resume.
 
If you are an employer looking to hire an in-house counsel, please click here to contact us and submit your opening.
 
 

Corporate Counsel

Paramus NJ Corporate Counsel The candidate will be primarily responsible for helping our commercial and medical organizations navigate the stringent and ever-changing regulatory landscape and providing legal advice to drive risk-based decision-making. Anticipate and proactively identify legal issues with an enterprise-wide view and provide clear, operational and effective legal advice that supports informed decisions. Collaborate across the legal and compliance departments to ensure coordinated delivery of advice. Attend promotional material review committee (PMRC) and review promotional and non-promotional materials and programs to ensure compliance with FDA and other legal requirements to identify and mitigate potential risks. Provide legal and compliance counseling in connection with federal and state laws, guidelines and industry standards impacting the development and commercialization of biopharmaceutical products. Work closely with the Compliance Department to develop, implement and monitor the Company's compliance programs and guidelines relating to all aspects of commercialization of FDA-regulated products. Develop and provide training covering areas such as OIG guidance requirements, anti-kickback laws, false claims and promotional and non-promotional materials and activities. Provide other legal support to the organization as needed. Individual contributor with no current direct supervisory reporting relationships. JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school and member of a state bar (if not licensed in New Jersey, able to obtain in-house counsel registration in NJ). 4-7 years experience providing FDA regulatory advice to pharmaceutical, biotechnology, or medical device companies, whether in-house or at a law firm with a nationally recognized FDA life sciences practice are required. Specific expertise required in pharmaceutical promotional and scientific exchange communications and activities, patient support programs, fraud and abuse and false claims act. Solid working knowledge of other laws, regulations, and industry standards that affect the development and commercialization of biopharmaceutical products, including FCPA, competition law; OIG guidance and opinions; Sunshine Act/transparency laws; privacy laws (including HIPAA and CCPA), product liability, and industry standards (e.g., PhRMA Code) are required. Strong understanding of the pharmaceutical industry and the laws and regulations governing it, and able to leverage legal and industry knowledge to anticipate potential issues and drive risk-based decision-making. Ability to follow verbal or written instructions and use of effective verbal communications are required. Examine and observe details are required. ID 2020-1510 Category Legal Type Regular Full-Time Overview Summary of Position: Reporting to the Associate General Counsel, the Corporate Counsel will be primarily responsible for helping our commercial and medical organizations navigate the stringent and ever-changing regulatory landscape and providing legal advice to drive risk-based decision-making. Responsibilities Duties and Responsibilities: Anticipate and proactively identify legal issues with an enterprise-wide view and provide clear, operational and effective legal advice that supports informed decisions. Collaborate across the legal and compliance departments to ensure coordinated delivery of advice. Attend promotional material review committee (PMRC) and review promotional and non-promotional materials and programs to ensure compliance with FDA and other legal requirements to identify and mitigate potential risks. Provide legal and compliance counseling in connection with federal and state laws, guidelines and industry standards impacting the development and commercialization of biopharmaceutical products. Work closely with the Compliance Department to develop, implement and monitor the Company's compliance programs and guidelines relating to all aspects of commercialization of FDA-regulated products. Develop and provide training covering areas such as OIG guidance requirements, anti-kickback laws, false claims and promotional and non-promotional materials and activities. Provide other legal support to the organization as needed. Supervision Exercised: Individual contributor with no current direct supervisory reporting relationships Qualifications Qualifications: Education Preferred: JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school and member of a state bar (if not licensed in New Jersey, able to obtain in-house counsel registration in NJ). Work Experience: 4-7 years experience providing FDA regulatory advice to pharmaceutical, biotechnology, or medical device companies, whether in-house or at a law firm with a nationally recognized FDA life sciences practice Specific expertise required in pharmaceutical promotional and scientific exchange communications and activities, patient support programs, fraud and abuse and false claims act. Solid working knowledge of other laws, regulations, and industry standards that affect the development and commercialization of biopharmaceutical products, including FCPA, competition law; OIG guidance and opinions; Sunshine Act/transparency laws; privacy laws (including HIPAA and CCPA), product liability, and industry standards (e.g., PhRMA Code). Strong understanding of the pharmaceutical industry and the laws and regulations governing it, and able to leverage legal and industry knowledge to anticipate potential issues and drive risk-based decision-making. Physical and Mental Requirements: Physical demands would be similar to those in a traditional professional office setting Ability to multitask Adapts to change Maintain composure under pressure Ability to follow verbal or written instructions and use of effective verbal communications Adapts change, adjust change and grasps information quickly Examine and observe details Other Team player with excellent judgment and interpersonal skills and who will serve as an ambassador for the legal function within the organization. Ability to establish professional credibility and trust with clients at all levels of the organization by understanding business priorities and delivering accurate, clear and concise advice. Capacity to independently handle a variety of complex legal matters and balance competing priorities. Demonstrable experience taking ownership of issues and providing timely, actionable advice. Exceptional written, oral and presentation skills. Experience working with project teams, building processes and project implementation. Apply for this job online Email this job to a friend All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran. Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2020-08-12

Legal & Compliance - Associate Counsel

Hamilton NJ Legal & Compliance - Associate Counsel RESPONSIBILITIES: Provides legal advice on matters related to the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, the Investment Company Act of 1940 and cross-border regulatory issues. Develops and implements policies and procedures aligned with applicable regulations for the firm's advisory and asset management businesses. Assists in responding to regulatory exams, external and internal audits and annual compliance reviews and risk assessments. Drafts, reviews, and negotiates complex financial transactions and agreements including agreements for advisory clients and derivative transactions. Partners with investment personnel and outside counsel on matters related to the formation, offering and operations of investment products including registered investment companies, alternative investment products and non-U.S. investment funds. Liaises with other business areas to provide legal assistance and support regarding strategic regulatory issues and legislative matters.

QUALIFICATIONS: JD Degree from a top tier law school. 3+ years of prior legal experience at a top law firm. Strong knowledge of Investment Advisers Act of 1940 and the Investment Company Act of 1940. Experience with both US and non-US products and registered and unregistered funds preferred. Experience with hedge funds, including legal expertise on derivatives and short selling, preferred.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-08-12

Commercial Transactions, Corporate Counsel

Teaneck NJ Commercial Transactions, Corporate Counsel The candidate will be focused on a wide range of technology related commercial transactions. Will be negotiating commercial contracts with customers, many of which are represented by top law firms. Addressing legal queries from business teams across various aspects of the law, the contract, and the customer relationship, including compliance, intellectual property, privacy, litigation, and employment. Collaborating with fellow attorneys to develop and maintain templates, playbooks, contracting policies, negotiation practices, and escalation procedures. Should have 17 - 20 years of experience. Legal 17 - 20 Full-time 2020-08-12

Commercial Transactions, Corporate Counsel

Teaneck NJ Commercial Transactions, Corporate Counsel The candidate will be focused on a wide range of technology related commercial transactions. Will be negotiating commercial contracts with customers, many of which are represented by top law firms. Addressing legal queries from business teams across various aspects of the law, the contract, and the customer relationship, including compliance, intellectual property, privacy, litigation, and employment. Collaborating with fellow attorneys to develop and maintain templates, playbooks, contracting policies, negotiation practices, and escalation procedures. Should have 15 - 18 years of experience. Legal 15 - 18 Full-time 2020-08-12

Commercial Transactions, Corporate Counsel

Teaneck NJ Commercial Transactions, Corporate Counsel The candidate will be focused on a wide range of technology related commercial transactions. In this role, you will be responsible for the full range of legal responsibilities associated with commercial transactions including: negotiating commercial contracts with our customers, many of which are represented by top law firms; addressing legal queries from business teams across various aspects of the law, the contract, and the customer relationship, including compliance, intellectual property, privacy, litigation, and employment; collaborating with fellow attorneys to develop and maintain templates, playbooks, contracting policies, negotiation practices, and escalation procedures. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2020-08-12

Deputy General Counsel, Corporate/enterprise Functions

Abertown NJ Deputy General Counsel, Corporate/Enterprise Functions The candidate will lead a team that provides integrated strategic legal advice to a range of corporate/enterprise functions, including technology, cybersecurity, privacy, strategy, innovation, M&A, contracts, real estate, marketing, and others. Will serve as a senior legal advisor and strategic partner to senior executives across firm. Maintain regular contact with the attorneys responsible for significant business matters, and will review and approve recommendations for complex legal issue resolution as well as advise and collaborate with the Company's senior executive leaders concerning these significant matters; meet with regulators regarding significant matters within the scope of the Division's support; assist in the coordination of cross- Departmental legal support on various significant enterprise initiatives; serve as an Executive Sponsor of corporate initiatives and legal matters, and participate in company reputation risk management efforts. Member of the Legal Department's Senior Leadership Team.

The candidate should have Active State Bar membership. Must have 8+ years of management experience leading large teams of attorneys and other legal professionals practicing in a major law firm, banking regulatory agency, or in-house legal department. 15+ years of practicing as an attorney with a major law firm, banking regulatory agency or in-house legal department is required. Budget management experience is desired. Ability to develop and execute business vision, strategies, and goals to achieve corporate objectives is plus. Ability to develop and maintain effective relationships within and across business lines at all levels of the organization is preferred. Ability to make complex decisions is desired. Effective organizational, multi tasking, and prioritizing skills plus. Ability to lead and motivate staff to prioritize work, meet deadlines, achieve goals, and work under pressure in a dynamic and complex environment is plus. Leadership and management experience for multiple legal divisions and managers with staff representation across multiple geographic locations is preferred. Financial Services experience preferred. Experience working with regulatory agencies with responsibility for supervision of functions supported by the Division is desired. Demonstrated experience managing large-scale, complex legal matters for enterprise functions is plus. Proven client relationship and interpersonal skills at the senior executive level, including the ability to provide valuable and trusted advice to clients and colleagues on legal and regulatory questions is ideal. Highly developed organizational savvy and executive intelligence is plus. Excellent written and oral communication and negotiation skills plus. Experience leading large and varied cross-enterprise legal support projects and driving results is preferred. Proven ability to (i) adapt quickly to a changing or crisis environment while building relationships and negotiating for desired outcomes, (ii) work under pressure to meet tight deadlines, (iii) understand complex business activities and operations, (iv) prioritize among competing demands, and (v) develop and maintain relationships of trust with business leaders is plus. Experience leading business legal reviews and remediation efforts is desired. Proven ability to lead a legal team and business unit clients through strategic change is plus. Close Date 08/11/2020.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-08-10

Assistant Counsel- Litigation

Newark NJ Assistant Counsel- Litigation Duties: Facilitate the PSEG law department's efforts to drive functional excellence in litigation by managing complex litigation and government investigations. In conjunction with the Chief Litigation Counsel will be the primary legal support for litigation in a broad range of matters in both state and federal court, including personal injury, property damage, bankruptcy and collection matters. Will both directly represent the Company and manage outside counsel in litigated matters. Will have lead responsibility on those matters with limited supervision or direction. Will develop and manage budgets for efficient and effective management of cases. Will collaborate with senior lawyers and business partners to provide strategic guidance and solutions to protect and mitigate risk to the company. Will be expected to interact with senior business leaders.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Member in good standing of the New Jersey Bar. 5+ years of general defense litigation experience. Excellent oral and written communication, negotiation and presentation skills. Professionalism, integrity, and excellent customer/client focus. Expertise in handling all aspects of litigation practice, including depositions, written discovery, motions, arbitration/mediation, trial and appeal. Proven ability and willingness to handle various types of cases, including highly specialized and complex matters. Strong sense of ownership and responsibility, and a strong work ethic; demonstrated ability to work as part of a team. Must be detail oriented and demonstrate excellent organizational skills. Ability to exercise exceptional judgment and ability to assess risk. Ability to work independently and under time constraints in a fast paced and dynamic environment. First chair trial experience a plus. Prior in-house counsel and/or major law firm experience preferred.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-08-08

Assistant Counsel- Corporate

Newark NJ Assistant Counsel- Corporate Responsibilities: Draft, review and advise on the company's SEC filings (10-K, 10-Q, 8-K and proxy statement) and other disclosures. Ensure compliance with NYSE and other corporate laws, rules and regulations. Manage internal training program, policies and processes relating to disclosure. Draft and negotiate agreements for corporate transactions including acquisition, sale, joint venture and development or cooperation agreements. Provide guidance on transaction structuring. Support the company's transactional matters relating to renewables and clean energy. Provide counsel and guidance on the company's sustainability, climate change and Environmental, Social and Governance efforts including the annual sustainability report and the company's political contributions disclosure, as well as reporting to the board of directors. Support the company's corporate governance matters, including proxy governance, subsidiary management and preparation of materials for the board of directors. Manage shareholder engagement with respect to proxy governance issues. Provide legal support relating to director, executive and employee compensation including review of compensation and benefit plans, applicable laws and internal policies. Provide legal counsel on insider trading compliance including requirements relating to Section 16, 10b5-1 plans and preclearance. Manage internal training program, policies and processes relating to insider trading compliance. Advise on, draft, and negotiate corporate financing agreements with respect to capital market transactions and credit facilities. Provide legal guidance to the company's Treasury, Finance and Accounting groups. Research and monitor developments in state and federal corporation laws and corporate governance best practices. Work closely with Investor Relations and Corporate Communications on earnings releases, investor conferences and external communications and disclosures.

Qualifications: 5+ years of experience working in law firm or in-house law department on corporate matters. Undergraduate degree and JD Degree. Admitted to the Bar in at least one state or the District of Columbia and eligible for admission in New Jersey. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Superior legal analytical ability. Ability to independently handle matters, identify issues and develop strategies with minimal supervision. Desired: Mix of law firm and in-house experience. Experience managing corporate governance, securities, financing, mergers and acquisitions and disclosure matters. Experience advising senior management or board of directors regarding corporate matters. Experience handling energy transactions.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-08-08

Director, Intellectual Property Counsel

Bridgewater NJ Director, Intellectual Property Counsel Responsibilities: Additional representative responsibilities will include, but not necessarily be limited to, the following: Strategic management of global IP portfolios for company programs, including patent prosecution, patent maintenance and associated IP diligence. Draft, negotiate, and/or file legal documents including patent applications, non-infringement and invalidity opinions, responses to office action from various patent offices, including the USPTO, agreements, and licenses. Assist Chief Legal Officer in analysis of intellectual property issues. Provide IP/legal support (status reports, due diligence, etc.) for other groups within the company, e.g. Business Development, Research, Regulatory, Tech Ops. Stay current on emerging trends in intellectual property law through continuing legal education, reading, professional conferences, and participating in professional associations.

Qualifications: Must have at minimum 5 (and preferably 8) years of biopharma-related patent prosecution and complex IP diligence experience. Must have at least 5 years of relevant experience in a law firm. Should have Juris Doctorate Degree. Should have PhD in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biology, Biomedical Engineering or related field.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-08-08

Corporate Counsel

Woodcliff Lake NJ Corporate Counsel Duties: Providing expert, comprehensive legal advice for the Group and its companies, officers, directors, management, and employees on business critical, strategic, high risk and exposure, regulatory, compliance, public policy, and day-to-day matters. Perform as much legal work as possible in-house, control legal costs, and manage and direct law firms, experts, legislative counsel, lobbyists, vendors, suppliers, Alternate Dispute Resolution providers, and other third parties in handling Group legal affairs. Will handle dealer and distribution matters for Rolls-Royce Motor Cars and motorcycles and antitrust, corporate sales, fleet, used vehicle, mobility services, alternative fuel and power source, and transaction matters. Responsibilities include enabling the respective businesses to operate and continue to succeed in a legally compliant manner and reduce the Group's legal exposure. Will work in conjunction with business colleagues to use their expertise to provide legal advice and will perform research, draft documents, handle contracts and negotiations, resolve disputes, provide training, and manage outside counsel.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university. JD Degree from an accredited law school. A member of the bar association in at least one jurisdiction in the US. Licensed to practice law in New Jersey (this could include obtaining a license to practice in-house based on being a member of the bar of a state outside of New Jersey). 5 years of legal experience. Must be able to use Microsoft Office, Lexis/Nexis, and Westlaw. Preferences: 10 years of experience. Dealer agreement and/or franchise experience is desired. Antitrust experience is desired. Prior legal experience with another motor vehicle distributor or manufacturer is desired. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Excellent negotiation skills.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-08-07
Locations (hold down ctrl to chose multiple): Primary Area of Practice:
All USA Locations
All Practice Areas
   
Minimum Years of Experience:  
 
 
Keyword:
 
Submit    Submit
 
 
 

Patent Attorney
In-House,Reckitt Benckiser Group plc
Location : Montvale, NJ, United States

Patent Attorney The candidate will work closely with legal, R&D and commercial colleagues to deliver the advice we need to grow and thrive in all our markets. You will provide commercially focused patent and design advice to all levels of colleague... + read more

aug 11, 2020


Senior Counsel, Consumer Health Business Development
In-House,Johnson & Johnson Services, Inc.
Location : New Brunswick, NJ, United States

Senior Counsel, Consumer Health Business Development Duties: Represent and its subsidiaries on a wide variety of corporate transactions in the Consumer Health sector, including mergers & acquisitions with both private and publicly traded companies,... + read more

aug 11, 2020


 1 2 3 4 5 6 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# FOMR151147
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will be primarily responsible for helping our commercial and medical organizations navigate the stringent and ever-changing regulatory landscape and providing legal advice to drive risk-based decision-making. Anticipate and proactively identify legal issues with an enterprise-wide view and provide clear, operational and effective legal advice that supports informed decisions. Collaborate across the legal and compliance departments to ensure coordinated delivery of advice. Attend promotional material review committee (PMRC) and review promotional and non-promotional materials and programs to ensure compliance with FDA and other legal requirements to identify and mitigate potential risks. Provide legal and compliance counseling in connection with federal and state laws, guidelines and industry standards impacting the development and commercialization of biopharmaceutical products. Work closely with the Compliance Department to develop, implement and monitor the Company's compliance programs and guidelines relating to all aspects of commercialization of FDA-regulated products. Develop and provide training covering areas such as OIG guidance requirements, anti-kickback laws, false claims and promotional and non-promotional materials and activities. Provide other legal support to the organization as needed. Individual contributor with no current direct supervisory reporting relationships. JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school and member of a state bar (if not licensed in New Jersey, able to obtain in-house counsel registration in NJ). 4-7 years experience providing FDA regulatory advice to pharmaceutical, biotechnology, or medical device companies, whether in-house or at a law firm with a nationally recognized FDA life sciences practice are required. Specific expertise required in pharmaceutical promotional and scientific exchange communications and activities, patient support programs, fraud and abuse and false claims act. Solid working knowledge of other laws, regulations, and industry standards that affect the development and commercialization of biopharmaceutical products, including FCPA, competition law; OIG guidance and opinions; Sunshine Act/transparency laws; privacy laws (including HIPAA and CCPA), product liability, and industry standards (e.g., PhRMA Code) are required. Strong understanding of the pharmaceutical industry and the laws and regulations governing it, and able to leverage legal and industry knowledge to anticipate potential issues and drive risk-based decision-making. Ability to follow verbal or written instructions and use of effective verbal communications are required. Examine and observe details are required. ID 2020-1510 Category Legal Type Regular Full-Time Overview Summary of Position: Reporting to the Associate General Counsel, the Corporate Counsel will be primarily responsible for helping our commercial and medical organizations navigate the stringent and ever-changing regulatory landscape and providing legal advice to drive risk-based decision-making. Responsibilities Duties and Responsibilities: Anticipate and proactively identify legal issues with an enterprise-wide view and provide clear, operational and effective legal advice that supports informed decisions. Collaborate across the legal and compliance departments to ensure coordinated delivery of advice. Attend promotional material review committee (PMRC) and review promotional and non-promotional materials and programs to ensure compliance with FDA and other legal requirements to identify and mitigate potential risks. Provide legal and compliance counseling in connection with federal and state laws, guidelines and industry standards impacting the development and commercialization of biopharmaceutical products. Work closely with the Compliance Department to develop, implement and monitor the Company's compliance programs and guidelines relating to all aspects of commercialization of FDA-regulated products. Develop and provide training covering areas such as OIG guidance requirements, anti-kickback laws, false claims and promotional and non-promotional materials and activities. Provide other legal support to the organization as needed. Supervision Exercised: Individual contributor with no current direct supervisory reporting relationships Qualifications Qualifications: Education Preferred: JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school and member of a state bar (if not licensed in New Jersey, able to obtain in-house counsel registration in NJ). Work Experience: 4-7 years experience providing FDA regulatory advice to pharmaceutical, biotechnology, or medical device companies, whether in-house or at a law firm with a nationally recognized FDA life sciences practice Specific expertise required in pharmaceutical promotional and scientific exchange communications and activities, patient support programs, fraud and abuse and false claims act. Solid working knowledge of other laws, regulations, and industry standards that affect the development and commercialization of biopharmaceutical products, including FCPA, competition law; OIG guidance and opinions; Sunshine Act/transparency laws; privacy laws (including HIPAA and CCPA), product liability, and industry standards (e.g., PhRMA Code). Strong understanding of the pharmaceutical industry and the laws and regulations governing it, and able to leverage legal and industry knowledge to anticipate potential issues and drive risk-based decision-making. Physical and Mental Requirements: Physical demands would be similar to those in a traditional professional office setting Ability to multitask Adapts to change Maintain composure under pressure Ability to follow verbal or written instructions and use of effective verbal communications Adapts change, adjust change and grasps information quickly Examine and observe details Other Team player with excellent judgment and interpersonal skills and who will serve as an ambassador for the legal function within the organization. Ability to establish professional credibility and trust with clients at all levels of the organization by understanding business priorities and delivering accurate, clear and concise advice. Capacity to independently handle a variety of complex legal matters and balance competing priorities. Demonstrable experience taking ownership of issues and providing timely, actionable advice. Exceptional written, oral and presentation skills. Experience working with project teams, building processes and project implementation. Apply for this job online Email this job to a friend All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Legal & Compliance - Associate Counsel
Refer job# WXKC151169
 
Legal & Compliance - Associate Counsel RESPONSIBILITIES: Provides legal advice on matters related to the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, the Investment Company Act of 1940 and cross-border regulatory issues. Develops and implements policies and procedures aligned with applicable regulations for the firm's advisory and asset management businesses. Assists in responding to regulatory exams, external and internal audits and annual compliance reviews and risk assessments. Drafts, reviews, and negotiates complex financial transactions and agreements including agreements for advisory clients and derivative transactions. Partners with investment personnel and outside counsel on matters related to the formation, offering and operations of investment products including registered investment companies, alternative investment products and non-U.S. investment funds. Liaises with other business areas to provide legal assistance and support regarding strategic regulatory issues and legislative matters.

QUALIFICATIONS: JD Degree from a top tier law school. 3+ years of prior legal experience at a top law firm. Strong knowledge of Investment Advisers Act of 1940 and the Investment Company Act of 1940. Experience with both US and non-US products and registered and unregistered funds preferred. Experience with hedge funds, including legal expertise on derivatives and short selling, preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Commercial Transactions, Corporate Counsel
Refer job# PXHK151175
 
Commercial Transactions, Corporate Counsel The candidate will be focused on a wide range of technology related commercial transactions. Will be negotiating commercial contracts with customers, many of which are represented by top law firms. Addressing legal queries from business teams across various aspects of the law, the contract, and the customer relationship, including compliance, intellectual property, privacy, litigation, and employment. Collaborating with fellow attorneys to develop and maintain templates, playbooks, contracting policies, negotiation practices, and escalation procedures. Should have 17 - 20 years of experience.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Commercial Transactions, Corporate Counsel
Refer job# WNST151180
 
Commercial Transactions, Corporate Counsel The candidate will be focused on a wide range of technology related commercial transactions. Will be negotiating commercial contracts with customers, many of which are represented by top law firms. Addressing legal queries from business teams across various aspects of the law, the contract, and the customer relationship, including compliance, intellectual property, privacy, litigation, and employment. Collaborating with fellow attorneys to develop and maintain templates, playbooks, contracting policies, negotiation practices, and escalation procedures. Should have 15 - 18 years of experience.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Commercial Transactions, Corporate Counsel
Refer job# WNCZ151185
 
Commercial Transactions, Corporate Counsel The candidate will be focused on a wide range of technology related commercial transactions. In this role, you will be responsible for the full range of legal responsibilities associated with commercial transactions including: negotiating commercial contracts with our customers, many of which are represented by top law firms; addressing legal queries from business teams across various aspects of the law, the contract, and the customer relationship, including compliance, intellectual property, privacy, litigation, and employment; collaborating with fellow attorneys to develop and maintain templates, playbooks, contracting policies, negotiation practices, and escalation procedures.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Deputy General Counsel, Corporate/enterprise Functions
Refer job# BYEQ151132
 
Deputy General Counsel, Corporate/Enterprise Functions The candidate will lead a team that provides integrated strategic legal advice to a range of corporate/enterprise functions, including technology, cybersecurity, privacy, strategy, innovation, M&A, contracts, real estate, marketing, and others. Will serve as a senior legal advisor and strategic partner to senior executives across firm. Maintain regular contact with the attorneys responsible for significant business matters, and will review and approve recommendations for complex legal issue resolution as well as advise and collaborate with the Company's senior executive leaders concerning these significant matters; meet with regulators regarding significant matters within the scope of the Division's support; assist in the coordination of cross- Departmental legal support on various significant enterprise initiatives; serve as an Executive Sponsor of corporate initiatives and legal matters, and participate in company reputation risk management efforts. Member of the Legal Department's Senior Leadership Team.

The candidate should have Active State Bar membership. Must have 8+ years of management experience leading large teams of attorneys and other legal professionals practicing in a major law firm, banking regulatory agency, or in-house legal department. 15+ years of practicing as an attorney with a major law firm, banking regulatory agency or in-house legal department is required. Budget management experience is desired. Ability to develop and execute business vision, strategies, and goals to achieve corporate objectives is plus. Ability to develop and maintain effective relationships within and across business lines at all levels of the organization is preferred. Ability to make complex decisions is desired. Effective organizational, multi tasking, and prioritizing skills plus. Ability to lead and motivate staff to prioritize work, meet deadlines, achieve goals, and work under pressure in a dynamic and complex environment is plus. Leadership and management experience for multiple legal divisions and managers with staff representation across multiple geographic locations is preferred. Financial Services experience preferred. Experience working with regulatory agencies with responsibility for supervision of functions supported by the Division is desired. Demonstrated experience managing large-scale, complex legal matters for enterprise functions is plus. Proven client relationship and interpersonal skills at the senior executive level, including the ability to provide valuable and trusted advice to clients and colleagues on legal and regulatory questions is ideal. Highly developed organizational savvy and executive intelligence is plus. Excellent written and oral communication and negotiation skills plus. Experience leading large and varied cross-enterprise legal support projects and driving results is preferred. Proven ability to (i) adapt quickly to a changing or crisis environment while building relationships and negotiating for desired outcomes, (ii) work under pressure to meet tight deadlines, (iii) understand complex business activities and operations, (iv) prioritize among competing demands, and (v) develop and maintain relationships of trust with business leaders is plus. Experience leading business legal reviews and remediation efforts is desired. Proven ability to lead a legal team and business unit clients through strategic change is plus. Close Date 08/11/2020.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Assistant Counsel- Litigation
Refer job# ZWNR151072
 
Assistant Counsel- Litigation Duties: Facilitate the PSEG law department's efforts to drive functional excellence in litigation by managing complex litigation and government investigations. In conjunction with the Chief Litigation Counsel will be the primary legal support for litigation in a broad range of matters in both state and federal court, including personal injury, property damage, bankruptcy and collection matters. Will both directly represent the Company and manage outside counsel in litigated matters. Will have lead responsibility on those matters with limited supervision or direction. Will develop and manage budgets for efficient and effective management of cases. Will collaborate with senior lawyers and business partners to provide strategic guidance and solutions to protect and mitigate risk to the company. Will be expected to interact with senior business leaders.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Member in good standing of the New Jersey Bar. 5+ years of general defense litigation experience. Excellent oral and written communication, negotiation and presentation skills. Professionalism, integrity, and excellent customer/client focus. Expertise in handling all aspects of litigation practice, including depositions, written discovery, motions, arbitration/mediation, trial and appeal. Proven ability and willingness to handle various types of cases, including highly specialized and complex matters. Strong sense of ownership and responsibility, and a strong work ethic; demonstrated ability to work as part of a team. Must be detail oriented and demonstrate excellent organizational skills. Ability to exercise exceptional judgment and ability to assess risk. Ability to work independently and under time constraints in a fast paced and dynamic environment. First chair trial experience a plus. Prior in-house counsel and/or major law firm experience preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Assistant Counsel- Corporate
Refer job# FYFL151073
 
Assistant Counsel- Corporate Responsibilities: Draft, review and advise on the company's SEC filings (10-K, 10-Q, 8-K and proxy statement) and other disclosures. Ensure compliance with NYSE and other corporate laws, rules and regulations. Manage internal training program, policies and processes relating to disclosure. Draft and negotiate agreements for corporate transactions including acquisition, sale, joint venture and development or cooperation agreements. Provide guidance on transaction structuring. Support the company's transactional matters relating to renewables and clean energy. Provide counsel and guidance on the company's sustainability, climate change and Environmental, Social and Governance efforts including the annual sustainability report and the company's political contributions disclosure, as well as reporting to the board of directors. Support the company's corporate governance matters, including proxy governance, subsidiary management and preparation of materials for the board of directors. Manage shareholder engagement with respect to proxy governance issues. Provide legal support relating to director, executive and employee compensation including review of compensation and benefit plans, applicable laws and internal policies. Provide legal counsel on insider trading compliance including requirements relating to Section 16, 10b5-1 plans and preclearance. Manage internal training program, policies and processes relating to insider trading compliance. Advise on, draft, and negotiate corporate financing agreements with respect to capital market transactions and credit facilities. Provide legal guidance to the company's Treasury, Finance and Accounting groups. Research and monitor developments in state and federal corporation laws and corporate governance best practices. Work closely with Investor Relations and Corporate Communications on earnings releases, investor conferences and external communications and disclosures.

Qualifications: 5+ years of experience working in law firm or in-house law department on corporate matters. Undergraduate degree and JD Degree. Admitted to the Bar in at least one state or the District of Columbia and eligible for admission in New Jersey. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Superior legal analytical ability. Ability to independently handle matters, identify issues and develop strategies with minimal supervision. Desired: Mix of law firm and in-house experience. Experience managing corporate governance, securities, financing, mergers and acquisitions and disclosure matters. Experience advising senior management or board of directors regarding corporate matters. Experience handling energy transactions.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Director, Intellectual Property Counsel
Refer job# DNGK151094
 
Director, Intellectual Property Counsel Responsibilities: Additional representative responsibilities will include, but not necessarily be limited to, the following: Strategic management of global IP portfolios for company programs, including patent prosecution, patent maintenance and associated IP diligence. Draft, negotiate, and/or file legal documents including patent applications, non-infringement and invalidity opinions, responses to office action from various patent offices, including the USPTO, agreements, and licenses. Assist Chief Legal Officer in analysis of intellectual property issues. Provide IP/legal support (status reports, due diligence, etc.) for other groups within the company, e.g. Business Development, Research, Regulatory, Tech Ops. Stay current on emerging trends in intellectual property law through continuing legal education, reading, professional conferences, and participating in professional associations.

Qualifications: Must have at minimum 5 (and preferably 8) years of biopharma-related patent prosecution and complex IP diligence experience. Must have at least 5 years of relevant experience in a law firm. Should have Juris Doctorate Degree. Should have PhD in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biology, Biomedical Engineering or related field.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# HBKT150961
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Providing expert, comprehensive legal advice for the Group and its companies, officers, directors, management, and employees on business critical, strategic, high risk and exposure, regulatory, compliance, public policy, and day-to-day matters. Perform as much legal work as possible in-house, control legal costs, and manage and direct law firms, experts, legislative counsel, lobbyists, vendors, suppliers, Alternate Dispute Resolution providers, and other third parties in handling Group legal affairs. Will handle dealer and distribution matters for Rolls-Royce Motor Cars and motorcycles and antitrust, corporate sales, fleet, used vehicle, mobility services, alternative fuel and power source, and transaction matters. Responsibilities include enabling the respective businesses to operate and continue to succeed in a legally compliant manner and reduce the Group's legal exposure. Will work in conjunction with business colleagues to use their expertise to provide legal advice and will perform research, draft documents, handle contracts and negotiations, resolve disputes, provide training, and manage outside counsel.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university. JD Degree from an accredited law school. A member of the bar association in at least one jurisdiction in the US. Licensed to practice law in New Jersey (this could include obtaining a license to practice in-house based on being a member of the bar of a state outside of New Jersey). 5 years of legal experience. Must be able to use Microsoft Office, Lexis/Nexis, and Westlaw. Preferences: 10 years of experience. Dealer agreement and/or franchise experience is desired. Antitrust experience is desired. Prior legal experience with another motor vehicle distributor or manufacturer is desired. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Excellent negotiation skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 

Jobs From BCG Attorney Search

Location: USA-AL-Birmingham

Birmingham office of a **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. Top Ranked Law Firm seeks securities litigation associate attorney with 4+ years of litigation experience. The candidate will handle customer cas...


Location: USA-AL-Birmingham

Birmingham office of a **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. Top Ranked Law Firm seeks insurance and financial services attorney with 2-5 years of litigation experience, preferably involving first-party def...


Location: USA-AZ-Phoenix

Phoenix office of a **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. Top Ranked Law Firm seeks labor and employment associate attorney with 4+ years of experience. The candidate should possess significant litigation e...


 

Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss it, you will land among the stars.