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In house Corporate Attorney seeking work life balance
Whitehouse New Jersey United States

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Corporate Leasing Attorney

East Rutherford NJ Corporate Leasing Attorney The candidate will provide guests with an entirely unique experience. offers a curated mix of unparalleled entertainment, retail and dining. Duties : Managing a high volume of leases, and in a professional manner, negotiate, draft and revise tenant leases and all related agreements. Communicate with leasing agents regarding lease documents and deals made with tenants or proposed tenants. Assist leasing agents with prospective tenant proposals, including LOI's and check restrictions. Meet with leasing agents to review lease terms, status. Review proposed and existing lease deals, lease modifications and completed leases with Company President, and react/respond to changes as requested. Negotiate leases, lease modifications, waivers, subordination agreements, estoppels, and termination agreements with tenants, attorney and brokers. Draft and revise new leases for new and existing tenants. Collect information and exhibits from other departments for final lease review. Visit leasing sites and attend lease negotiations off-site, as required. Follow up on dates necessary once the lease is negotiated. Answer questions regarding leases. Negotiate ancillary lease forms, such as waivers, subordination agreements, estoppels, termination agreements, rental agreements, etc. Maintain abstracts, lease summary charts, and awareness of lease terms, obligations and responsibilities required in each lease (such as meeting penalty and dead dates), and exclusives and restrictions so there are no violations of an existing lease. Prepare post lease execution documents such as waivers, SNDA's and TI allowance. Provide assistance to departments regarding insurance claims, lease claims, tenant disputes regarding lease terms and collections. Handle tenant defaults and litigation matters. Must have J.D. required, in addition to 3-7 years practicing law, with experience in commercial real estate. Should have specific knowledge of commercial Real Estate and leasing. Must be experienced in contract negotiations.Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal a necessity. Should have proven ability to multitask, managing up to multiple real estate files in an effective and efficient manner. Legal 3 - 7 Full-time 2020-10-21

Originations Compliance Counsel

Bloomfield NJ Originations Compliance Counsel The candidate must have excellent academic credentials. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2020-10-21

Associate Director, Corporate Counsel

Princeton NJ Associate Director, Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for the legal work on complex commercial transactions for both Sun and Taro, including global business development deals - both in-licensing and out-licensing transactions - and will also work closely with the General Counsel advising the Company's business leaders on critical issues such as market access and the launch of branded products. This role involves significant interaction with business leaders throughout the organization and external parties as well as other members of the Legal team.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school with high academic achievement. Minimum of at least 3 years of licensed practice is required. Experience in an in-house pharmaceuticals and/or life sciences organization and/or experience representing clients in the pharmaceutical or life sciences industry at a large firm is highly preferred. Experience advising pharmaceutical companies on market access issues is preferable. Strong business sense and ability to negotiate complex commercial agreements. Excellent written and interpersonal skills and the ability to interact with executive and internal staff as well as external parties.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-10-14

Assistant General Counsel Data Privacy

Whippany NJ Assistant General Counsel Data Privacy Duties: Help to lead compliance with Data Privacy processes and governance in United States to actively help to mitigate Data Privacy risks, with a focus on those involving HIPAA, clinical trials and other healthcare matters and human resources; Proactively review and update Data Privacy processes in the United States periodically and when needed; Confirm alignment of Data Privacy processes in United States with the Global Data Privacy Officer; Provide legal advice and guidance on Data Privacy topics to senior leaders, managers and other internal clients in United States and globally (for global projects involving United States) to confirm that current and proposed activities, policies, business practices and transactions comply with relevant Data Privacy laws and regulations; Follow-up on legal and regulatory developments in the field of Data Privacy; Identify trends and potential impacts on the business's risk management activities and develops/implements solutions; Lead investigations of potential data privacy incidents, identifies applicable legal obligations and supports incident response; Work with colleagues in United States Office of Compliance, strategically identifies, develops and provides general and targeted United States Data Privacy training and United States Data Privacy internal communications with the goal of effectively and efficiently helping to mitigate Data Privacy risk; Negotiate, draft and review the Data Privacy and Security aspects of contracts with internal and external business partners in cooperation with management and the business units to help to effectively manage and mitigate Data Privacy risks via contract terms and conditions; Develop and update Data Privacy templates (e.g., contract language, consents, privacy policies) as business needs and Data Privacy laws and regulations change; Develop a strong working knowledge of the Company's business and operational goals and objectives, as well as Department-wide relationships with colleagues in LPC, HR and with senior leaders across the United States businesses; Conduct reviews for senior business representatives and stakeholder groups that provide insights and access to developments in the Data Privacy environment, including pending legislation (Federal and state), litigation and material news events; Contribute to and use business analytics and digital tools to help identify risks and mitigation strategies; Manage multiple priorities by utilizing detailed planning, sound business analysis and information systems support.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited United States law school and an active license to practice law; 10+ years of experience as an attorney in a law firm or in-house counsel, including 4+ years of experience in Data Privacy, including drafting, reviewing and negotiating Data Privacy and Security contract language; Proven deep functional knowledge of United States federal and state laws and practices governing the handling and protection of personal data and functional knowledge of EU data privacy laws and practices; familiarity with data security and protection; Experience providing counseling regarding data privacy legal compliance, HIPAA and Business Associate Agreements; Ability to be comfortable and confident when addressing data privacy topics in areas where legal guidance is emerging; Experience drafting, reviewing and negotiating contract documents required by EU Data Privacy regulations (DPAs, model clauses); Ability to lead external contract negotiations; Experience with investigating potential data privacy incidents and supporting/managing incident response; Experience with developing or delivering Data Privacy trainings and presentations; Experience working within complex business environments, in planning and executing large-scale projects and preferably in corporate governance and compliance; Clear mindset as being a Business Partner as well as a compliance keeper, always focusing on how it will work ; Strong interpersonal skills in order to work effectively with internal and external customers, build coalitions and consensus, interrelate with all levels of management at the company (from the most senior corporate management to functional and site personnel) and help to promote good governance and corporate compliance; Personal attributes are creative problem-solver, positive can-do attitude, personally mature, organizationally sensitive, intellectually capable, persuasive and assertive; Creates opportunities and overcomes obstacles through own initiatives; Ability to work on numerous projects at the same time and to work independently; Profound and proven conflict handling, cooperation and communication skills as well as poise; Proven high analytical and conceptual skills; Efficient, structured, systematic and creative way of working, aligned with sound and proven project management skills; Excellent verbal and written communication skills; Demonstrated capability in evaluating and balancing risks with business needs; Willingness to travel between 10-20%. Preferred: Experience in a life science setting; Certified Information Privacy Professional United States and E Certifications (active); Deep knowledge of the business and the United States and global organizations.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-10-14

Counsel, Contracts

Franklin Lakes NJ Counsel, Contracts The candidate reporting to the Chief Counsel - Transactions/M&A, the role of Counsel, contributes to the Law Group and Company's success within the Law Group Contracting Center of Excellence (COE). Under the day to day direction of the Assistant General Counsel and COE Senior Director, will be responsible for contributing to the design and implementation of programs to support the COE in the COE's effort to provide effective, efficient and consistent contracting support to Global Procurement and Technology & Global Services within a highly regulated manufacturing environment. The Counsel, Contracts will interact with Functional and Law Group leaders, attorneys and other paraprofessionals to create contracts and improvements to contracting processes including templates and playbooks to meet the operational and functional objectives of the COE and its clients. Work with the Law Group Transactions Group Leadership Team to support the development and implementation of the COE for contracts focused on the delivery of effective and efficient contracting. Assist in the development of key monthly and quarterly business metrics for assigned areas. Work closely, and interact directly with and negotiate and manage budgets with outside Law Firms for discrete contracting matters as applicable. Act as primary contact for internal clients and stakeholders for assigned contracting areas. Complete ad-hoc and special projects as requested/required. Prepare and update contract templates. Drive the development and updating of playbooks for contract templates to be used by paraprofessionals and/or stakeholders. Help to drive the Law Group KDG of a Global COE. Prepare and negotiate contracts, amendments and statements of work reflecting. Assess and mitigate legal and other risks in contracts in transactions.

The candidate requires a JD from an ABA approved Law School and admittance to practice in NJ. Must have 10 years legal contract creation/negotiation experience, Supply Agreements and IT agreements in a highly regulated manufacturing environment. Strong negotiation, analytical, oral and written communication skills are required. Must have deep knowledge of legal issues in commercial transactions. Ability to prioritize a heavy workload under a tight schedule is required. should have excellent computer skills. Knowledge of international contract law, public contract law, Uniform Commercial Code preferred. Experience with contract management systems preferred.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-10-13

Senior Litigation And Employment Counsel

Union NJ Senior Litigation and Employment Counsel The candidate will be managing class and individual commercial and employment litigation for the Company and its subsidiaries (substantive areas include general commercial, employment, consumer, landlord/tenant, intellectual property including copyright, trademarks and patents and construction disputes.). Providing regular reports to the Vice President - Litigation and relevant management of all litigation and related matters. Assisting outside counsel in responding to discovery and developing defense strategies including consideration of early resolution. Reviewing and assist in the preparation of procedural and substantive motions. Assisting in the preparation of witnesses for deposition or trial. Attending depositions of Company witnesses. Attend meditations, arbitrations and trials. Responding to non-party discovery for the Company and its subsidiaries. Assisting the Vice President - Litigation in quarterly reporting responsibilities and reporting to auditors as those relate to litigation for the Company. Assisting the Senior Employment Counsel in internal investigations, responding to EEOC claims and counseling the Company and its subsidiaries on employment issues including leaves and accommodations.

The candidate should have an Undergraduate degree and a JD degree from an accredited top law school. Admission to New Jersey Bar (or Admission to other state bar with NJ Limited License for In-House Counsel). At least 10 years of combined relevant commercial litigation experience including both law firm experience and in-house litigation management experience. Prior in-house litigation experience is required. Employment litigation and counseling experience strongly preferred. Should have excellent negotiation, drafting, analytical, verbal and written communication skills. Must be able to effectively prioritize and manage multiple matters in a timely manner.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-10-13

Director, Counsel - Real Estate (asset Management)

Burlington NJ Director, Counsel - Real Estate (asset Management) The candidate will be representing the Company in the negotiation of strategic lease amendments, property management legal issues, facilities and insurance issues, acquisition and disposition of surplus assets, managing subleases and owned properties, and providing legal counsel in connection with all operational matters related to the Company's existing store portfolio. Duties : To negotiate and document strategic shopping center lease and asset management agreements and amendments, including coordination with, and inclusion of, internal business partner input. This includes lease and store downsizing amendments, distribution center leases and lease amendments, and property management agreements. Collaborate with asset management team to manage available term of existing stores and negotiate lease extensions as necessary to ensure seamless deployment of store relocations; coordinate necessary executive and financial approvals. Work with asset management team, property management, facilities, store operations, real estate, lease administration and loss prevention groups to resolve problems with landlords, other tenants, subtenants, lenders, government entities, environmental protection agencies, OSHA and other third parties. Negotiate purchase and sale agreements and leases for disposition of surplus property. Deal with banks and other lenders and debt and/or mortgage holders and holders of collateralized obligations. Provide legal advice to the organization and oversee estoppel and SNDA processes and prepare resolutions and forms, and participate in major legal actions. Handle all other real estate related legal issues, including issues arising from CAM and tax audits, collection of tenant improvement allowances, transfers of titles and deeds, lease, mortgage and covenant restrictions, construction, mechanics liens, mortgage concerns, eminent domain, condemnation and zoning. Manage internal and external deal processes for Burlington's store portfolio of 740+ locations, and drive continuous improvements and scalability in deal processes and execution. Advise Sr. Management on legal risks and recommend practical plans for managing those risks. Liaise with other attorneys, outside counsel, government and municipal officials and internal departments. Support other real estate matters as needed. Must have 3+ years of experience as a retail real estate attorney. Experience in a large law firm or corporate setting for a major retailer or shopping center REIT is preferred.JD from a highly rated accredited law school is required. Must be a member of a State Bar with the ability to obtain New Jersey in-house certification if not admitted in New Jersey. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-10-12

Lead Counsel, Compliance Monitoring & Testing

Parsippany NJ Lead Counsel, Compliance Monitoring & Testing Responsibilities: Collaborate with risk owners in functional areas for which Company Compliance has both direct and shared oversight responsibilities; leverage existing effective controls, metrics, monitoring and testing to inform the development and continuous improvement of the Compliance monitoring and testing program. Define areas of focus for application and development of the monitoring and testing program based on risk assessment outputs, feedback provided by functional risk owners and other Company colleagues, and evaluation of external risk factors including enforcement trends. Collaboratively develop and implement improved controls, metrics, testing procedures where appropriate including clearly defined roles and responsibilities, standards for assessing the effectiveness of monitoring and testing, reporting and escalation process for potential risks. Share the results of ongoing monitoring and testing with functional risk owners; track key findings and resolutions. Collect and track monitoring data, define metrics and other feedback mechanisms to proactively assess and continuously improve the effectiveness of the monitoring and testing program. Develop and implement an audit plan to test the design and effectiveness of the controls implemented in the areas of direct and shared risk oversight; deploy the audit plan, document and share results with functional area risk owners for continuous improvement. Extensive interactions with Company Compliance Team colleagues responsible for internal investigations, the Anti-Bribery/Corruption program and compliance operations. Support the Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) with the development and implementation of the annual compliance operating plan, adjustments to enhance program effectiveness for preventing and detecting potential compliance risks, as well as the Company Enterprise Risk Management plan. Perform other responsibilities as directed by the CCO.

Qualifications: JD or Master's degree preferred, or equivalent auditing/accounting educational achievement. At least 7 years of prior compliance program management, monitoring and testing experience. Demonstrated success establishing and continuously improving monitoring and testing programs across functional risk areas in a global organization. Strong capacity for teamwork to achieve Company compliance program objectives; demonstrated success organizing and aligning cross-functional stakeholders on significant projects. Highly organized and detailed oriented, with the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and independently. Understanding of SAP or other enterprise resouce planning business management tools. Mastery of MS Office Tools (PowerPoint, Excel, Word). Positive outlook, and friendly demeanor with a dynamic work ethic..
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-10-09

Legal & Compliance Counsel

Parsippany NJ Legal and Compliance Counsel The candidate reports directly to the Head of Legal & Compliance, Americas for PHC Group and is responsible for providing legal analysis and guidance to business partners across various functions within the PHC Group of companies. Draft and negotiate a variety of commercial agreements, including master services agreements, consulting services agreements, clinical trial agreements, confidentiality agreements, distribution agreements and other commercial and operational contracts. Provide strategic legal counsel to various stakeholders across multiple functions (e.g., Commercial, Regulatory, Medical and Clinical Affairs, Procurement, Operations and Quality) in support of all PHC Group Companies in Region Americas. Provide legal support on new product launches to help identify and mitigate risks in a highly regulated medical device industry. Provide efficient, solutions-oriented advice to ensure PHC Group Companies are in compliance with relevant laws and regulations, e.g., Open Payments regulations, the Anti-Kickback Statute, Stark Law, False Claims Act, Medicare/Medicaid Fraud & Abuse laws, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, HIPAA, import/export laws, and antitrust laws. Identify, evaluate, and help support on compliance issues, applying good judgment and an understanding of business, legal, and regulatory principles related to medical devices and the healthcare industry. Advise on existing and future collaborations and interactions with healthcare providers (HCPs) to ensure compliance with US and global compliance laws and regulations, including transparency reporting requirements for such HCP interactions. Provide advice on marketing programs and contracted services, in view of the highly-regulated nature of the medical device industry. Develop training documents, and provide training to internal stakeholders, in the areas of healthcare compliance and commercial transactions. Handle other legal matters as may be assigned by Head of and/or other members of the Legal, Patents & Compliance department for PHC Group, including special projects, research support and advice across a wide range of legal areas. Implement best practices in compliance and contracts management.

The candidate should have admission to a state bar (with the ability to become licensed as an in-house counsel in NJ, if not otherwise licensed in NJ). Must have 2-5 years of experience as a healthcare attorney. Medical device experience preferred. Ability to prioritize, plan, and organize heavy workloads, while exercising discretion and independent judgment is required. Should have ability to work autonomously and as a member of local and global teams. Must have ability to learn quickly, synthesize input from a variety of sources, and think critically and strategically about ethics, risk and compliance. Excellent analytical skills and communication skills (both verbal and written), with a high level of attention to detail are required. Knowledge of FDA and FTC regulations is preferred. Familiarity with the AdvaMed Code of Ethics is desired. Knowledge and experience in review of promotional materials involving medical devices is preferred.
Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2020-10-08

Director, Counsel - Real Estate

Burlington NJ Director, Counsel - Real Estate (New Stores) The candidate will represent the Company in the acquisition, disposition and leasing of real estate. With a primary focus on new stores, the Director plays a key role in the implementation of Burlington s growth strategy. Negotiate and document shopping center leases, including coordination with, and inclusion of, internal business partner input. This includes the negotiation and documentation of all ancillary documents such as guaranty, exclusive use waivers, recognition and non-disturbance agreements and estoppels. Plan and coordinate due diligence reviews for all transactions. Negotiate all necessary amendments and resolve all disputes arising prior to closing/ delivery of the store. Manage internal and external deal processes and drive continuous improvements and scalability in deal processes and execution. Advise Sr. Management on legal risks and recommend practical plans for managing those risks. Liaise with other attorneys, outside counsel, government and municipal officials and internal departments. Support other real estate matters as needed, including amendments, disputes, and other issues related to the existing store chain.

A JD from an accredited law school is required. Must be a member of a State Bar with the ability to obtain New Jersey in-house certification if not admitted in New Jersey. Requires a minimum of 5 years of experience in negotiating and documenting shopping center leases, with an emphasis on anchor and junior anchor retail leasing. National scale experience preferred. Will be skilled at taking a deal from the letter of intent stage to closing/store opening. Experience with a variety of facilities required, including, without limitation, shopping centers, enclosed and exterior malls, urban locations, strip centers and stand-alone store locations. Experience in a large law firm or corporate setting for a major retailer or shopping center REIT is preferred.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-10-08
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In house Corporate Attorney seeking work life balance
In-House,VBA, INC.
Location : Whitehouse New Jersey United States

Job Overview Veterinary Business Advisors, Inc. (?VBA?) seeks a Corporate Attorney licensed to practice in either New Jersey, Pennsylvania or New York with 5+ years of experience in corporate / business and transactional matters including a minimu... + read more

oct 05, 2020


Tax Staff - Summer 2021
In-House,Ernst & Young Global Limited
Location : Hoboken, NJ, United States

Tax Staff - Summer 2021 The candidate will be handling and supporting a wide variety of tax compliance processes. Assisting with tax due diligence on behalf of a private equity firm. Preparing tax returns for large, international clients. Working wi... + read more

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Corporate Leasing Attorney
Refer job# GPCB152610
 
Corporate Leasing Attorney The candidate will provide guests with an entirely unique experience. offers a curated mix of unparalleled entertainment, retail and dining. Duties : Managing a high volume of leases, and in a professional manner, negotiate, draft and revise tenant leases and all related agreements. Communicate with leasing agents regarding lease documents and deals made with tenants or proposed tenants. Assist leasing agents with prospective tenant proposals, including LOI's and check restrictions. Meet with leasing agents to review lease terms, status. Review proposed and existing lease deals, lease modifications and completed leases with Company President, and react/respond to changes as requested. Negotiate leases, lease modifications, waivers, subordination agreements, estoppels, and termination agreements with tenants, attorney and brokers. Draft and revise new leases for new and existing tenants. Collect information and exhibits from other departments for final lease review. Visit leasing sites and attend lease negotiations off-site, as required. Follow up on dates necessary once the lease is negotiated. Answer questions regarding leases. Negotiate ancillary lease forms, such as waivers, subordination agreements, estoppels, termination agreements, rental agreements, etc. Maintain abstracts, lease summary charts, and awareness of lease terms, obligations and responsibilities required in each lease (such as meeting penalty and dead dates), and exclusives and restrictions so there are no violations of an existing lease. Prepare post lease execution documents such as waivers, SNDA's and TI allowance. Provide assistance to departments regarding insurance claims, lease claims, tenant disputes regarding lease terms and collections. Handle tenant defaults and litigation matters. Must have J.D. required, in addition to 3-7 years practicing law, with experience in commercial real estate. Should have specific knowledge of commercial Real Estate and leasing. Must be experienced in contract negotiations.Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal a necessity. Should have proven ability to multitask, managing up to multiple real estate files in an effective and efficient manner.
 
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Originations Compliance Counsel
Refer job# HJIJ152614
 
Originations Compliance Counsel The candidate must have excellent academic credentials.
 
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Associate Director, Corporate Counsel
Refer job# ZXRC152466
 
Associate Director, Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for the legal work on complex commercial transactions for both Sun and Taro, including global business development deals - both in-licensing and out-licensing transactions - and will also work closely with the General Counsel advising the Company's business leaders on critical issues such as market access and the launch of branded products. This role involves significant interaction with business leaders throughout the organization and external parties as well as other members of the Legal team.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school with high academic achievement. Minimum of at least 3 years of licensed practice is required. Experience in an in-house pharmaceuticals and/or life sciences organization and/or experience representing clients in the pharmaceutical or life sciences industry at a large firm is highly preferred. Experience advising pharmaceutical companies on market access issues is preferable. Strong business sense and ability to negotiate complex commercial agreements. Excellent written and interpersonal skills and the ability to interact with executive and internal staff as well as external parties.
 
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Assistant General Counsel Data Privacy
Refer job# UZYW152475
 
Assistant General Counsel Data Privacy Duties: Help to lead compliance with Data Privacy processes and governance in United States to actively help to mitigate Data Privacy risks, with a focus on those involving HIPAA, clinical trials and other healthcare matters and human resources; Proactively review and update Data Privacy processes in the United States periodically and when needed; Confirm alignment of Data Privacy processes in United States with the Global Data Privacy Officer; Provide legal advice and guidance on Data Privacy topics to senior leaders, managers and other internal clients in United States and globally (for global projects involving United States) to confirm that current and proposed activities, policies, business practices and transactions comply with relevant Data Privacy laws and regulations; Follow-up on legal and regulatory developments in the field of Data Privacy; Identify trends and potential impacts on the business's risk management activities and develops/implements solutions; Lead investigations of potential data privacy incidents, identifies applicable legal obligations and supports incident response; Work with colleagues in United States Office of Compliance, strategically identifies, develops and provides general and targeted United States Data Privacy training and United States Data Privacy internal communications with the goal of effectively and efficiently helping to mitigate Data Privacy risk; Negotiate, draft and review the Data Privacy and Security aspects of contracts with internal and external business partners in cooperation with management and the business units to help to effectively manage and mitigate Data Privacy risks via contract terms and conditions; Develop and update Data Privacy templates (e.g., contract language, consents, privacy policies) as business needs and Data Privacy laws and regulations change; Develop a strong working knowledge of the Company's business and operational goals and objectives, as well as Department-wide relationships with colleagues in LPC, HR and with senior leaders across the United States businesses; Conduct reviews for senior business representatives and stakeholder groups that provide insights and access to developments in the Data Privacy environment, including pending legislation (Federal and state), litigation and material news events; Contribute to and use business analytics and digital tools to help identify risks and mitigation strategies; Manage multiple priorities by utilizing detailed planning, sound business analysis and information systems support.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited United States law school and an active license to practice law; 10+ years of experience as an attorney in a law firm or in-house counsel, including 4+ years of experience in Data Privacy, including drafting, reviewing and negotiating Data Privacy and Security contract language; Proven deep functional knowledge of United States federal and state laws and practices governing the handling and protection of personal data and functional knowledge of EU data privacy laws and practices; familiarity with data security and protection; Experience providing counseling regarding data privacy legal compliance, HIPAA and Business Associate Agreements; Ability to be comfortable and confident when addressing data privacy topics in areas where legal guidance is emerging; Experience drafting, reviewing and negotiating contract documents required by EU Data Privacy regulations (DPAs, model clauses); Ability to lead external contract negotiations; Experience with investigating potential data privacy incidents and supporting/managing incident response; Experience with developing or delivering Data Privacy trainings and presentations; Experience working within complex business environments, in planning and executing large-scale projects and preferably in corporate governance and compliance; Clear mindset as being a Business Partner as well as a compliance keeper, always focusing on how it will work ; Strong interpersonal skills in order to work effectively with internal and external customers, build coalitions and consensus, interrelate with all levels of management at the company (from the most senior corporate management to functional and site personnel) and help to promote good governance and corporate compliance; Personal attributes are creative problem-solver, positive can-do attitude, personally mature, organizationally sensitive, intellectually capable, persuasive and assertive; Creates opportunities and overcomes obstacles through own initiatives; Ability to work on numerous projects at the same time and to work independently; Profound and proven conflict handling, cooperation and communication skills as well as poise; Proven high analytical and conceptual skills; Efficient, structured, systematic and creative way of working, aligned with sound and proven project management skills; Excellent verbal and written communication skills; Demonstrated capability in evaluating and balancing risks with business needs; Willingness to travel between 10-20%. Preferred: Experience in a life science setting; Certified Information Privacy Professional United States and E Certifications (active); Deep knowledge of the business and the United States and global organizations.
 
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Counsel, Contracts
Refer job# ZEWU152434
 
Counsel, Contracts The candidate reporting to the Chief Counsel - Transactions/M&A, the role of Counsel, contributes to the Law Group and Company's success within the Law Group Contracting Center of Excellence (COE). Under the day to day direction of the Assistant General Counsel and COE Senior Director, will be responsible for contributing to the design and implementation of programs to support the COE in the COE's effort to provide effective, efficient and consistent contracting support to Global Procurement and Technology & Global Services within a highly regulated manufacturing environment. The Counsel, Contracts will interact with Functional and Law Group leaders, attorneys and other paraprofessionals to create contracts and improvements to contracting processes including templates and playbooks to meet the operational and functional objectives of the COE and its clients. Work with the Law Group Transactions Group Leadership Team to support the development and implementation of the COE for contracts focused on the delivery of effective and efficient contracting. Assist in the development of key monthly and quarterly business metrics for assigned areas. Work closely, and interact directly with and negotiate and manage budgets with outside Law Firms for discrete contracting matters as applicable. Act as primary contact for internal clients and stakeholders for assigned contracting areas. Complete ad-hoc and special projects as requested/required. Prepare and update contract templates. Drive the development and updating of playbooks for contract templates to be used by paraprofessionals and/or stakeholders. Help to drive the Law Group KDG of a Global COE. Prepare and negotiate contracts, amendments and statements of work reflecting. Assess and mitigate legal and other risks in contracts in transactions.

The candidate requires a JD from an ABA approved Law School and admittance to practice in NJ. Must have 10 years legal contract creation/negotiation experience, Supply Agreements and IT agreements in a highly regulated manufacturing environment. Strong negotiation, analytical, oral and written communication skills are required. Must have deep knowledge of legal issues in commercial transactions. Ability to prioritize a heavy workload under a tight schedule is required. should have excellent computer skills. Knowledge of international contract law, public contract law, Uniform Commercial Code preferred. Experience with contract management systems preferred.
 
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Senior Litigation And Employment Counsel
Refer job# WSJS152460
 
Senior Litigation and Employment Counsel The candidate will be managing class and individual commercial and employment litigation for the Company and its subsidiaries (substantive areas include general commercial, employment, consumer, landlord/tenant, intellectual property including copyright, trademarks and patents and construction disputes.). Providing regular reports to the Vice President - Litigation and relevant management of all litigation and related matters. Assisting outside counsel in responding to discovery and developing defense strategies including consideration of early resolution. Reviewing and assist in the preparation of procedural and substantive motions. Assisting in the preparation of witnesses for deposition or trial. Attending depositions of Company witnesses. Attend meditations, arbitrations and trials. Responding to non-party discovery for the Company and its subsidiaries. Assisting the Vice President - Litigation in quarterly reporting responsibilities and reporting to auditors as those relate to litigation for the Company. Assisting the Senior Employment Counsel in internal investigations, responding to EEOC claims and counseling the Company and its subsidiaries on employment issues including leaves and accommodations.

The candidate should have an Undergraduate degree and a JD degree from an accredited top law school. Admission to New Jersey Bar (or Admission to other state bar with NJ Limited License for In-House Counsel). At least 10 years of combined relevant commercial litigation experience including both law firm experience and in-house litigation management experience. Prior in-house litigation experience is required. Employment litigation and counseling experience strongly preferred. Should have excellent negotiation, drafting, analytical, verbal and written communication skills. Must be able to effectively prioritize and manage multiple matters in a timely manner.
 
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Director, Counsel - Real Estate (asset Management)
Refer job# CBVV152413
 
Director, Counsel - Real Estate (asset Management) The candidate will be representing the Company in the negotiation of strategic lease amendments, property management legal issues, facilities and insurance issues, acquisition and disposition of surplus assets, managing subleases and owned properties, and providing legal counsel in connection with all operational matters related to the Company's existing store portfolio. Duties : To negotiate and document strategic shopping center lease and asset management agreements and amendments, including coordination with, and inclusion of, internal business partner input. This includes lease and store downsizing amendments, distribution center leases and lease amendments, and property management agreements. Collaborate with asset management team to manage available term of existing stores and negotiate lease extensions as necessary to ensure seamless deployment of store relocations; coordinate necessary executive and financial approvals. Work with asset management team, property management, facilities, store operations, real estate, lease administration and loss prevention groups to resolve problems with landlords, other tenants, subtenants, lenders, government entities, environmental protection agencies, OSHA and other third parties. Negotiate purchase and sale agreements and leases for disposition of surplus property. Deal with banks and other lenders and debt and/or mortgage holders and holders of collateralized obligations. Provide legal advice to the organization and oversee estoppel and SNDA processes and prepare resolutions and forms, and participate in major legal actions. Handle all other real estate related legal issues, including issues arising from CAM and tax audits, collection of tenant improvement allowances, transfers of titles and deeds, lease, mortgage and covenant restrictions, construction, mechanics liens, mortgage concerns, eminent domain, condemnation and zoning. Manage internal and external deal processes for Burlington's store portfolio of 740+ locations, and drive continuous improvements and scalability in deal processes and execution. Advise Sr. Management on legal risks and recommend practical plans for managing those risks. Liaise with other attorneys, outside counsel, government and municipal officials and internal departments. Support other real estate matters as needed. Must have 3+ years of experience as a retail real estate attorney. Experience in a large law firm or corporate setting for a major retailer or shopping center REIT is preferred.JD from a highly rated accredited law school is required. Must be a member of a State Bar with the ability to obtain New Jersey in-house certification if not admitted in New Jersey.
 
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Lead Counsel, Compliance Monitoring & Testing
Refer job# ZWKP152369
 
Lead Counsel, Compliance Monitoring & Testing Responsibilities: Collaborate with risk owners in functional areas for which Company Compliance has both direct and shared oversight responsibilities; leverage existing effective controls, metrics, monitoring and testing to inform the development and continuous improvement of the Compliance monitoring and testing program. Define areas of focus for application and development of the monitoring and testing program based on risk assessment outputs, feedback provided by functional risk owners and other Company colleagues, and evaluation of external risk factors including enforcement trends. Collaboratively develop and implement improved controls, metrics, testing procedures where appropriate including clearly defined roles and responsibilities, standards for assessing the effectiveness of monitoring and testing, reporting and escalation process for potential risks. Share the results of ongoing monitoring and testing with functional risk owners; track key findings and resolutions. Collect and track monitoring data, define metrics and other feedback mechanisms to proactively assess and continuously improve the effectiveness of the monitoring and testing program. Develop and implement an audit plan to test the design and effectiveness of the controls implemented in the areas of direct and shared risk oversight; deploy the audit plan, document and share results with functional area risk owners for continuous improvement. Extensive interactions with Company Compliance Team colleagues responsible for internal investigations, the Anti-Bribery/Corruption program and compliance operations. Support the Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) with the development and implementation of the annual compliance operating plan, adjustments to enhance program effectiveness for preventing and detecting potential compliance risks, as well as the Company Enterprise Risk Management plan. Perform other responsibilities as directed by the CCO.

Qualifications: JD or Master's degree preferred, or equivalent auditing/accounting educational achievement. At least 7 years of prior compliance program management, monitoring and testing experience. Demonstrated success establishing and continuously improving monitoring and testing programs across functional risk areas in a global organization. Strong capacity for teamwork to achieve Company compliance program objectives; demonstrated success organizing and aligning cross-functional stakeholders on significant projects. Highly organized and detailed oriented, with the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and independently. Understanding of SAP or other enterprise resouce planning business management tools. Mastery of MS Office Tools (PowerPoint, Excel, Word). Positive outlook, and friendly demeanor with a dynamic work ethic..
 
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Legal & Compliance Counsel
Refer job# SMYK152317
 
Legal and Compliance Counsel The candidate reports directly to the Head of Legal & Compliance, Americas for PHC Group and is responsible for providing legal analysis and guidance to business partners across various functions within the PHC Group of companies. Draft and negotiate a variety of commercial agreements, including master services agreements, consulting services agreements, clinical trial agreements, confidentiality agreements, distribution agreements and other commercial and operational contracts. Provide strategic legal counsel to various stakeholders across multiple functions (e.g., Commercial, Regulatory, Medical and Clinical Affairs, Procurement, Operations and Quality) in support of all PHC Group Companies in Region Americas. Provide legal support on new product launches to help identify and mitigate risks in a highly regulated medical device industry. Provide efficient, solutions-oriented advice to ensure PHC Group Companies are in compliance with relevant laws and regulations, e.g., Open Payments regulations, the Anti-Kickback Statute, Stark Law, False Claims Act, Medicare/Medicaid Fraud & Abuse laws, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, HIPAA, import/export laws, and antitrust laws. Identify, evaluate, and help support on compliance issues, applying good judgment and an understanding of business, legal, and regulatory principles related to medical devices and the healthcare industry. Advise on existing and future collaborations and interactions with healthcare providers (HCPs) to ensure compliance with US and global compliance laws and regulations, including transparency reporting requirements for such HCP interactions. Provide advice on marketing programs and contracted services, in view of the highly-regulated nature of the medical device industry. Develop training documents, and provide training to internal stakeholders, in the areas of healthcare compliance and commercial transactions. Handle other legal matters as may be assigned by Head of and/or other members of the Legal, Patents & Compliance department for PHC Group, including special projects, research support and advice across a wide range of legal areas. Implement best practices in compliance and contracts management.

The candidate should have admission to a state bar (with the ability to become licensed as an in-house counsel in NJ, if not otherwise licensed in NJ). Must have 2-5 years of experience as a healthcare attorney. Medical device experience preferred. Ability to prioritize, plan, and organize heavy workloads, while exercising discretion and independent judgment is required. Should have ability to work autonomously and as a member of local and global teams. Must have ability to learn quickly, synthesize input from a variety of sources, and think critically and strategically about ethics, risk and compliance. Excellent analytical skills and communication skills (both verbal and written), with a high level of attention to detail are required. Knowledge of FDA and FTC regulations is preferred. Familiarity with the AdvaMed Code of Ethics is desired. Knowledge and experience in review of promotional materials involving medical devices is preferred.
 
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Director, Counsel - Real Estate
Refer job# OHCM152318
 
Director, Counsel - Real Estate (New Stores) The candidate will represent the Company in the acquisition, disposition and leasing of real estate. With a primary focus on new stores, the Director plays a key role in the implementation of Burlington s growth strategy. Negotiate and document shopping center leases, including coordination with, and inclusion of, internal business partner input. This includes the negotiation and documentation of all ancillary documents such as guaranty, exclusive use waivers, recognition and non-disturbance agreements and estoppels. Plan and coordinate due diligence reviews for all transactions. Negotiate all necessary amendments and resolve all disputes arising prior to closing/ delivery of the store. Manage internal and external deal processes and drive continuous improvements and scalability in deal processes and execution. Advise Sr. Management on legal risks and recommend practical plans for managing those risks. Liaise with other attorneys, outside counsel, government and municipal officials and internal departments. Support other real estate matters as needed, including amendments, disputes, and other issues related to the existing store chain.

A JD from an accredited law school is required. Must be a member of a State Bar with the ability to obtain New Jersey in-house certification if not admitted in New Jersey. Requires a minimum of 5 years of experience in negotiating and documenting shopping center leases, with an emphasis on anchor and junior anchor retail leasing. National scale experience preferred. Will be skilled at taking a deal from the letter of intent stage to closing/store opening. Experience with a variety of facilities required, including, without limitation, shopping centers, enclosed and exterior malls, urban locations, strip centers and stand-alone store locations. Experience in a large law firm or corporate setting for a major retailer or shopping center REIT is preferred.
 
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