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Commercial Transactions, Technology - Corporate Counsel

Teaneck NJ Commercial Transactions, Technology - Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for 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.

The candidate must be an licensed attorney with a minimum of 5+ years expertise in commercial transactions, with both large law firm and in-house experience. Prior exposure to IT outsourcing is a major plus. Should have experience in a wide variety of contract drafting and negotiations, preferably representing a client without significant contracting leverage. Should have exposure to master service agreements, software-as-a-service agreements, or other commercial agreements with complex intellectual property, licensing, privacy, indemnity, and liability issues. Should have ability to work efficiently, meet demanding deadlines in a fast-paced environment, prioritize work, and adjust to frequent workload fluctuations across multiple time zones.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-04

Senior Corporate Counsel

Bedminster NJ Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will be reviewing advertising, promotional, training, disease awareness and similar materials for the companys pharmaceutical products, as well as provide counsel and contracting to the business regarding its commercial activities in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. Will be providing legal support to trade, managed markets and the Companys patient hub services on a broad range of market access and other healthcare law issues, such as trade and payor relationships, pricing and patient support programs, and managed markets contracting needs. Represent the legal department within the promotional review committee for the Company brand teams, providing strategic recommendations and guidance on compliance with applicable laws and FDA regulations for appropriate sales and marketing of pharmaceutical products. Represent the legal department within the medical review teams for medical affairs, providing guidance on compliance with applicable laws and FDA regulations for appropriate scientific exchange for approved and investigational products. Demonstrate knowledge of FDA labeling requirements for the promotion of prescription drugs, with the ability to successfully apply this knowledge. Maintain an awareness of enforcement trends in the pharmaceutical industry. Advise the business on commercial activities to ensure compliance with company policies, the PhRMA code, applicable laws and regulations including the False Claims Act, Privacy Laws, and Anti-kickback Laws. Participate in brand team meetings to keep informed of commercial activities and ensure that Company strategies, programs, policies and initiatives comply with laws. Provide strategic advice and counsel on legal, regulatory and compliance issues related to payor relationships, distribution, coverage and reimbursement, product pricing and government pricing, and patient support programs. Draft, negotiate and amend various commercial contracts, including, distribution agreements, manufacturing agreements, NDAs, master service agreements and statements of work, consulting agreements, and data purchase agreements. Provide privacy counseling related to patient support programs. Interact with cross functional departments, outside counsel, regulatory authorities and vendors as needed. Mentor and supervise junior attorneys. Must have JD degree. Licensed to practice law in a US state, and either in good standing in New Jersey or able to obtain a NJ limited license for in-house counsel is essential. Should have 5-10 years of experience in a legal department, pharmaceutical corporation, law firm or related government agency setting. Experience serving on medical and promotional review committees, and proficiency with VEEVA, highly desired/. Experience directly related to the legal market access duties and responsibilities specified. Proficient in Microsoft office (primarily Word, PowerPoint and Excel) is needed. Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2020-04-03

Associate Claim Counsel, Surety Construction Services

Edison NJ Associate Claim Counsel, Surety Construction Services Duties: Maintain all necessary active adjusters licenses and remain current with all CE credit requirements. Within authority limit, analyze, investigate, negotiate and resolve low to moderate severity claims with active supervision by claims management. Enhance decision making skills and confidence necessary to make appropriate decisions within own claim authority and to make appropriate recommendations to management when necessary. Learn operational policies, procedures, workflow and performance standards in order to comply with all regulatory and Bond customer service standards. Be accountable for accurate documentation/information in claim file and Bond Claim Management System (BCMS). Learn and adhere to Claim documentation standards (e.g. coverage analysis, reserve and settlement rationale, current diary). Prepare reports (e.g. Large Loss Memos, quarterly claim, EC, trial, class action) to management that accurately reflect loss development, potential/actual financial exposure, coverage issues, and claim and recovery strategies. Surety: Proactively optimize pre-loss recovery opportunities through indemnitors and collateral. Identify all recovery opportunities and coordinate recovery efforts with the Recovery Management Unit and claims management. Within authority limit, retain, monitor, manage and approve payments to outside counsel on routine litigation matters, actively utilizing litigation management plans and budgets. Guidance is needed for non-routine litigation. Learn and utilize negotiating skills and strategies within a litigation and non-litigation context. Keep claims management apprised of all claims being handled, seeking input and guidance, as necessary, for prompt resolution. Communicate reserve adjustments to underwriting. Learn and develop product knowledge. Gain an overall understanding of all Bond Business Units and Travelers businesses. Recognize issues with broader implications to Bond and Travelers. Represent Surety in claim strategic initiatives (or lead team); lead Surety Claim strategic initiatives. Share newsletters, webinar information, case analyses, results of defense counsels legal research and/or litigation strategies with underwriting, Claim and Claim management. Maintain an active license in the state of your principal office location and remain current with all CLE credits. Provide legal support to business partners. Review and analyze forms to provide input on legal advice and risk analysis to underwriting. Participate in drafting indemnity agreements and riders. Review transactional documents to provide legal advice and risk analysis to business partners. Review customer contracts to provide input on legal advice and risk analysis of contract language. Provide legal advice on litigation strategies. Research legal issues for business partners and claim team. Participate in drafting indemnity agreements and riders (Surety Claim). Maintain current knowledge of relevant legal issues and trends in the surety market place through review of legal publications.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required. JD Degree required. Properly licensed, registered or authorized, and in good standing, to practice law in the jurisdiction in which will be working. 1-3 years of surety claim handling, construction claim/litigation or other related experience strongly preferred. Maintain an active license in the state of your principal office location and remain current with all CLE credits.
Legal 1 - 3 Full-time 2020-04-02

Corporate Counsel (international)

Jersey City NJ Corporate Counsel (International) The candidate will be responsible for: Work with client service and sales teams globally to assist in distributor on-boarding, including negotiation of sub-distribution agreements and related documentation. Counsel client service and sales teams regarding cross-border sales issues. Interpret, analyze, and provide guidance on applicable law, regulations and major regulatory reforms. Work with fund administration and compliance teams, deal with day-to-day queries regarding maintenance of the funds, and legal and regulatory issues arising in respect to service providers (administrator, depositary, transfer agent) to the funds. Update and maintain fund offering documentation (prospectuses, offering memoranda, KIIDS). Coordinate corporate and regulatory governance of the offshore funds, including preparation of Board materials. Assist in the development and launch of new fund products (both registered and unregistered), including the preparation of offering materials. Counsel client service and sales teams regarding cross-border issues and applicable local law. Draft and negotiate investment management agreements and related documentation. Advise on ongoing client service queries related to institutional accounts. Must have experience in a combination (but not necessarily all) of the following areas: Registered funds (UCITS experience preferred) including fund governance experience; Distribution regulation and practices; Offshore funds and private investment vehicles; Commercial contracts with distributors, intermediaries or other agents; Institutional investment management agreements. Must have excellent academic background, including a Juris Doctor degree from a well-respected law school. Should have 5+ years of relevant experience as an attorney; law firm experience required and in-house experience strongly preferred. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-02

Data Privacy Counsel

Whippany NJ Data Privacy Counsel The candidate will be responsible to support compliance with Data Privacy processes and governance in the U.S. to actively mitigate Data Privacy risks, with a focus on those involving HIPAA, clinical trials, and other healthcare matters; Review and propose updates to Data Privacy processes in the U.S. periodically and when needed; confirm alignment of Data Privacy processes in the U.S. with the Global Data Privacy Officer. Provide legal advice and guidance on Data Privacy topics to Bayer management and other internal clients in the U.S. and globally (for global projects involving the U.S.) 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 risk management activities; Investigate potential data privacy incidents, identify applicable legal obligations, and support incident response; Working with colleagues in the U.S. Office of Compliance, develop and provide general and targeted U.S. Data Privacy training and U.S. Data Privacy internal communications with the goal of effectively and efficiently helping mitigate Data Privacy risk to Bayer; 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 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.

The candidate shall have Juris Doctor from an accredited U.S. law school, and an active license to practice law with 5+ years experience as an attorney in a law firm and/or in-house counsel, including 3+ years experience in Data Privacy including drafting, reviewing and negotiating Data Privacy and Security contract language. Experience providing counseling regarding HIPAA, and drafting, reviewing and negotiating Business Associate Agreements; Experience drafting, reviewing and negotiating contract documents required by EU Data Privacy regulations (DPA s, model clauses); Proven, deep functional knowledge of U.S. 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 investigating potential data privacy incidents and supporting/managing incident response; Ability to lead external contract negotiations; Experience developing and/or delivering Data Privacy trainings and presentations; Experience working within complex business environments planning and executing large-scale projects, preferably in corporate governance and compliance; Clear mindset as 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 promote good governance and corporate compliance; Excellent verbal and written communication skills; Demonstrated capability evaluating and balancing risks with business needs; Experience in a Life Sciences setting; Certified Information Privacy Professional U.S. and E Certifications (active); Deep knowledge of Bayer's business, and the U.S. and global Bayer organizations.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-31

Corporate Counsel

Bridgewater NJ Corporate Counsel The candidate will work closely with and provide legal counsel on a wide range of commercial contract issues to various departments including the firm sales and marketing, legal, human resources, finance, and regulatory departments. Review, draft and negotiate a wide range of commercial contracts including generic and brand sales and marketing agreements, confidentiality and non?disclosure agreements, engagement letters, services agreements, consulting agreements, license agreements and clinical agreements, policies and procedures and related documents as well as managing the process of contracts and providing support to the Legal Department for various departments within firm. Supervise and manage Contracts Management system. Assist with other legal matters as required. Work with and supervise outside counsel on various legal matters as appropriate. Provide well?reasoned and practical legal advice and counsel in a timely fashion. Juris Doctor JD Law degree from a nationally recognized law school Member in good standing of the New Jersey State Bar, or eligible for admission to the New Jersey Bar as in?house counsel required. 7 years of general commercial and corporate experience with working knowledge of contracting, clinical trials and an introductory understanding of FDA required. 5 years in Experience with pharmaceuticals, brand or generic, preferred. Self-starter with a sense of urgency, ability to prioritize, handle unanticipated situations effectively and work well under pressure in a dynamic and demanding environment preferred. Excellent written and oral communication skills, including the ability to convert complex legal concepts into useful business guidance preferred. Knowledge of healthcare law and/or compliance in the healthcare arena preferred. JD with Admission to the NJ Bar required. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-19

Litigation Counsel

Jersey City NJ Litigation Counsel The candidate will manage commercial litigation (including contract claims, bankruptcy-related litigation, class actions, and other business disputes) and extra contractual/bad faith claims involving the Company. Manage employment litigation, mainly consisting of individual arbitrations. Also manage class or collective actions filed in court and/or statutory/regulatory actions filed in a federal or state administrative agency. On all litigated matters, select and supervise outside counsel; review all pleadings, motions, and other papers; coordinate discovery responses; and prepare Company witnesses for deposition and trial testimony. Work with other Company employees and outside counsel on all appeals in all jurisdictions. Coordinate dispute and litigation management with internal business partners and other Company lawyers to ensure consistency with business operations, strategies, and goals. Provide clear, practical, and strategic advice in timely fashion. Communicate with senior business management and Company Legal management on matters of significance. Identify litigation trends and counsel business clients and other legal staff regarding opportunities to address those trends. Provide training to internal business partners on a wide variety of litigation-related topics.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor degree from an accredited United States law school. Licensed to practice law in the United States. Should have Undergraduate degree from an accredited United States or foreign university or college. Should have 7 years of commercial litigation experience with law firm and/or insurance company. Substantial experience litigating employment matters, general insurance litigation, and/or extra-contractual disputes will be a plus. Excellent analytical and communication skills; superior writing ability.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-15

Director, Corporate Counsel

Newark NJ Director, Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for managing a number of litigation and pre-litigation matters. Specifically, will have primary accountability for selecting and managing outside counsel teams that handle individual matters by, among other things: directing case strategy, witness and document discovery, case budgets and bills, and written submissions.

Qualifications: 5+ years of law firm and/or in-house experience, with some in-house experience preferred, during which a portion of time was spent on employment and employee benefits litigation. Superior interpersonal, organizational, written and verbal communication skills and the ability to work independently in completing assignments promptly and thoughtfully; Excellent judgment and high ethical standards; Strong project and time management skills; Demonstrated ability as a leader in solving problems creatively and constructively, with strong analytical abilities; The ability to balance multiple assignments simultaneously, and appropriately assess and prioritize work requirements; and Experience managing outside counsel. Will be highly organized, an expert in prioritizing work, comfortable making decisions, and will clearly and timely communicate on case status or escalate challenges internally. Will be inquisitive and seek to fully understand the needs and objectives of the Companys business units. Will be responsible for building trusted relationships with business lawyers and business professionals in order to identify and resolve pre-litigation risk assessments and represent the company.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-12

Director, Trade Compliance Counsel

Nutley NJ Director, Trade Compliance Counsel Responsibilities: Provide effective legal counsel in the area of import, export and product regulatory compliance, including performing regulatory analysis and provide advice on product tariff classification, environmental green product claims, and ensuring compliance with applicable regulatory trade policies, laws and regulations. Build strong and effective relationships with cross-functional product teams in order to understand and address business needs related to imports/export and other market access requirements. Create and conduct training for cross-functional business partners related to product regulatory, market access and trade compliance. Assist in development and monitoring of trade compliance best practices and strategies, including duty savings and free trade optimization activities. Conduct internal risk assessment and supervise customs compliance audits and transaction testing.

Qualifications: JD Degree with 3+ years of law firm experience and membership in at least the NY or NJ state Bar. Experience in researching, evaluating and keeping abreast of geopolitical developments, and regulatory changes that affect retail products and compliance initiatives. Relevant experience in the apparel and fashion industry, preferred. Highly motivated with a strong work ethic and good interpersonal skills. Demonstrated ability proficiency to draft, review, negotiate commercial agreements and vendor compliance documents. Ability to navigate relevant environmental and marketing laws and advise on sustainability issues and product claims substantiation. Very strong communication skills in order to partner effectively in a variety of settings, including providing guidance, developing and conducting training and policy documents on regulatory and compliance issues. Proven experience and understanding of applying laws and regulations relating to international trade, market access (imports, exports, labeling and product safety compliance) to support product development and distribution in multiple jurisdictions. Proven strong management and leadership skills, with strong good organizational skills, attention to detail, and solid analytical and problem-solving abilities. Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and to balance multiple competing priorities to accomplish compliance objectives while addressing business needs.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-12

New Jersey - Senior Corporate Counsel

Madison NJ Senior Corporate Counsel
The candidate will draft and negotiate contract of many types and counseling clients on a broad range of business, compliance, healthcare and regulator (Federal and State) matters. Should have a J.D. degree. Must have 7+ years of experience as a practicing attorney with 3+ years in a law firm. Should be eligible to practice in the State of New Jersey. Mergers and acquisition experience as primary lawyer is required. Significant experience in drafting and negotiating contracts, including confidentiality agreements and ancillary transaction agreements is needed. Should have healthcare experience, including fraud and abuse and STARK laws. Should preferably have experience to include: purchasing and supply agreements; hospital agreements, including drafting and structuring ACO arrangements; outsourcing of services; and representation of healthcare providers.
Legal 7 - 9 Full-time 2013-03-06
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Assistant General Counsel
In-House,Aurobindo Pharma USA
Location : East Windsor New Jersey United States

Our Company is seeking an Assistant General Counsel for its growing Legal Department.  The ideal candidate will have over 5 years experience at a large law firm and/or a pharmaceutical company legal department.  The candidate must have substantial tr... + read more

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Commercial Transactions, Technology - Corporate Counsel
Refer job# PGAZ149054
 
Commercial Transactions, Technology - Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for 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.

The candidate must be an licensed attorney with a minimum of 5+ years expertise in commercial transactions, with both large law firm and in-house experience. Prior exposure to IT outsourcing is a major plus. Should have experience in a wide variety of contract drafting and negotiations, preferably representing a client without significant contracting leverage. Should have exposure to master service agreements, software-as-a-service agreements, or other commercial agreements with complex intellectual property, licensing, privacy, indemnity, and liability issues. Should have ability to work efficiently, meet demanding deadlines in a fast-paced environment, prioritize work, and adjust to frequent workload fluctuations across multiple time zones.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# HGYW149038
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will be reviewing advertising, promotional, training, disease awareness and similar materials for the companys pharmaceutical products, as well as provide counsel and contracting to the business regarding its commercial activities in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. Will be providing legal support to trade, managed markets and the Companys patient hub services on a broad range of market access and other healthcare law issues, such as trade and payor relationships, pricing and patient support programs, and managed markets contracting needs. Represent the legal department within the promotional review committee for the Company brand teams, providing strategic recommendations and guidance on compliance with applicable laws and FDA regulations for appropriate sales and marketing of pharmaceutical products. Represent the legal department within the medical review teams for medical affairs, providing guidance on compliance with applicable laws and FDA regulations for appropriate scientific exchange for approved and investigational products. Demonstrate knowledge of FDA labeling requirements for the promotion of prescription drugs, with the ability to successfully apply this knowledge. Maintain an awareness of enforcement trends in the pharmaceutical industry. Advise the business on commercial activities to ensure compliance with company policies, the PhRMA code, applicable laws and regulations including the False Claims Act, Privacy Laws, and Anti-kickback Laws. Participate in brand team meetings to keep informed of commercial activities and ensure that Company strategies, programs, policies and initiatives comply with laws. Provide strategic advice and counsel on legal, regulatory and compliance issues related to payor relationships, distribution, coverage and reimbursement, product pricing and government pricing, and patient support programs. Draft, negotiate and amend various commercial contracts, including, distribution agreements, manufacturing agreements, NDAs, master service agreements and statements of work, consulting agreements, and data purchase agreements. Provide privacy counseling related to patient support programs. Interact with cross functional departments, outside counsel, regulatory authorities and vendors as needed. Mentor and supervise junior attorneys. Must have JD degree. Licensed to practice law in a US state, and either in good standing in New Jersey or able to obtain a NJ limited license for in-house counsel is essential. Should have 5-10 years of experience in a legal department, pharmaceutical corporation, law firm or related government agency setting. Experience serving on medical and promotional review committees, and proficiency with VEEVA, highly desired/. Experience directly related to the legal market access duties and responsibilities specified. Proficient in Microsoft office (primarily Word, PowerPoint and Excel) is needed.
 
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Associate Claim Counsel, Surety Construction Services
Refer job# NPOI149016
 
Associate Claim Counsel, Surety Construction Services Duties: Maintain all necessary active adjusters licenses and remain current with all CE credit requirements. Within authority limit, analyze, investigate, negotiate and resolve low to moderate severity claims with active supervision by claims management. Enhance decision making skills and confidence necessary to make appropriate decisions within own claim authority and to make appropriate recommendations to management when necessary. Learn operational policies, procedures, workflow and performance standards in order to comply with all regulatory and Bond customer service standards. Be accountable for accurate documentation/information in claim file and Bond Claim Management System (BCMS). Learn and adhere to Claim documentation standards (e.g. coverage analysis, reserve and settlement rationale, current diary). Prepare reports (e.g. Large Loss Memos, quarterly claim, EC, trial, class action) to management that accurately reflect loss development, potential/actual financial exposure, coverage issues, and claim and recovery strategies. Surety: Proactively optimize pre-loss recovery opportunities through indemnitors and collateral. Identify all recovery opportunities and coordinate recovery efforts with the Recovery Management Unit and claims management. Within authority limit, retain, monitor, manage and approve payments to outside counsel on routine litigation matters, actively utilizing litigation management plans and budgets. Guidance is needed for non-routine litigation. Learn and utilize negotiating skills and strategies within a litigation and non-litigation context. Keep claims management apprised of all claims being handled, seeking input and guidance, as necessary, for prompt resolution. Communicate reserve adjustments to underwriting. Learn and develop product knowledge. Gain an overall understanding of all Bond Business Units and Travelers businesses. Recognize issues with broader implications to Bond and Travelers. Represent Surety in claim strategic initiatives (or lead team); lead Surety Claim strategic initiatives. Share newsletters, webinar information, case analyses, results of defense counsels legal research and/or litigation strategies with underwriting, Claim and Claim management. Maintain an active license in the state of your principal office location and remain current with all CLE credits. Provide legal support to business partners. Review and analyze forms to provide input on legal advice and risk analysis to underwriting. Participate in drafting indemnity agreements and riders. Review transactional documents to provide legal advice and risk analysis to business partners. Review customer contracts to provide input on legal advice and risk analysis of contract language. Provide legal advice on litigation strategies. Research legal issues for business partners and claim team. Participate in drafting indemnity agreements and riders (Surety Claim). Maintain current knowledge of relevant legal issues and trends in the surety market place through review of legal publications.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required. JD Degree required. Properly licensed, registered or authorized, and in good standing, to practice law in the jurisdiction in which will be working. 1-3 years of surety claim handling, construction claim/litigation or other related experience strongly preferred. Maintain an active license in the state of your principal office location and remain current with all CLE credits.
 
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Corporate Counsel (international)
Refer job# EOHK149021
 
Corporate Counsel (International) The candidate will be responsible for: Work with client service and sales teams globally to assist in distributor on-boarding, including negotiation of sub-distribution agreements and related documentation. Counsel client service and sales teams regarding cross-border sales issues. Interpret, analyze, and provide guidance on applicable law, regulations and major regulatory reforms. Work with fund administration and compliance teams, deal with day-to-day queries regarding maintenance of the funds, and legal and regulatory issues arising in respect to service providers (administrator, depositary, transfer agent) to the funds. Update and maintain fund offering documentation (prospectuses, offering memoranda, KIIDS). Coordinate corporate and regulatory governance of the offshore funds, including preparation of Board materials. Assist in the development and launch of new fund products (both registered and unregistered), including the preparation of offering materials. Counsel client service and sales teams regarding cross-border issues and applicable local law. Draft and negotiate investment management agreements and related documentation. Advise on ongoing client service queries related to institutional accounts. Must have experience in a combination (but not necessarily all) of the following areas: Registered funds (UCITS experience preferred) including fund governance experience; Distribution regulation and practices; Offshore funds and private investment vehicles; Commercial contracts with distributors, intermediaries or other agents; Institutional investment management agreements. Must have excellent academic background, including a Juris Doctor degree from a well-respected law school. Should have 5+ years of relevant experience as an attorney; law firm experience required and in-house experience strongly preferred.
 
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Data Privacy Counsel
Refer job# DYXD148998
 
Data Privacy Counsel The candidate will be responsible to support compliance with Data Privacy processes and governance in the U.S. to actively mitigate Data Privacy risks, with a focus on those involving HIPAA, clinical trials, and other healthcare matters; Review and propose updates to Data Privacy processes in the U.S. periodically and when needed; confirm alignment of Data Privacy processes in the U.S. with the Global Data Privacy Officer. Provide legal advice and guidance on Data Privacy topics to Bayer management and other internal clients in the U.S. and globally (for global projects involving the U.S.) 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 risk management activities; Investigate potential data privacy incidents, identify applicable legal obligations, and support incident response; Working with colleagues in the U.S. Office of Compliance, develop and provide general and targeted U.S. Data Privacy training and U.S. Data Privacy internal communications with the goal of effectively and efficiently helping mitigate Data Privacy risk to Bayer; 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 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.

The candidate shall have Juris Doctor from an accredited U.S. law school, and an active license to practice law with 5+ years experience as an attorney in a law firm and/or in-house counsel, including 3+ years experience in Data Privacy including drafting, reviewing and negotiating Data Privacy and Security contract language. Experience providing counseling regarding HIPAA, and drafting, reviewing and negotiating Business Associate Agreements; Experience drafting, reviewing and negotiating contract documents required by EU Data Privacy regulations (DPA s, model clauses); Proven, deep functional knowledge of U.S. 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 investigating potential data privacy incidents and supporting/managing incident response; Ability to lead external contract negotiations; Experience developing and/or delivering Data Privacy trainings and presentations; Experience working within complex business environments planning and executing large-scale projects, preferably in corporate governance and compliance; Clear mindset as 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 promote good governance and corporate compliance; Excellent verbal and written communication skills; Demonstrated capability evaluating and balancing risks with business needs; Experience in a Life Sciences setting; Certified Information Privacy Professional U.S. and E Certifications (active); Deep knowledge of Bayer's business, and the U.S. and global Bayer organizations.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# OXQG148925
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will work closely with and provide legal counsel on a wide range of commercial contract issues to various departments including the firm sales and marketing, legal, human resources, finance, and regulatory departments. Review, draft and negotiate a wide range of commercial contracts including generic and brand sales and marketing agreements, confidentiality and non?disclosure agreements, engagement letters, services agreements, consulting agreements, license agreements and clinical agreements, policies and procedures and related documents as well as managing the process of contracts and providing support to the Legal Department for various departments within firm. Supervise and manage Contracts Management system. Assist with other legal matters as required. Work with and supervise outside counsel on various legal matters as appropriate. Provide well?reasoned and practical legal advice and counsel in a timely fashion. Juris Doctor JD Law degree from a nationally recognized law school Member in good standing of the New Jersey State Bar, or eligible for admission to the New Jersey Bar as in?house counsel required. 7 years of general commercial and corporate experience with working knowledge of contracting, clinical trials and an introductory understanding of FDA required. 5 years in Experience with pharmaceuticals, brand or generic, preferred. Self-starter with a sense of urgency, ability to prioritize, handle unanticipated situations effectively and work well under pressure in a dynamic and demanding environment preferred. Excellent written and oral communication skills, including the ability to convert complex legal concepts into useful business guidance preferred. Knowledge of healthcare law and/or compliance in the healthcare arena preferred. JD with Admission to the NJ Bar required.
 
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Litigation Counsel
Refer job# PQRT148892
 
Litigation Counsel The candidate will manage commercial litigation (including contract claims, bankruptcy-related litigation, class actions, and other business disputes) and extra contractual/bad faith claims involving the Company. Manage employment litigation, mainly consisting of individual arbitrations. Also manage class or collective actions filed in court and/or statutory/regulatory actions filed in a federal or state administrative agency. On all litigated matters, select and supervise outside counsel; review all pleadings, motions, and other papers; coordinate discovery responses; and prepare Company witnesses for deposition and trial testimony. Work with other Company employees and outside counsel on all appeals in all jurisdictions. Coordinate dispute and litigation management with internal business partners and other Company lawyers to ensure consistency with business operations, strategies, and goals. Provide clear, practical, and strategic advice in timely fashion. Communicate with senior business management and Company Legal management on matters of significance. Identify litigation trends and counsel business clients and other legal staff regarding opportunities to address those trends. Provide training to internal business partners on a wide variety of litigation-related topics.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor degree from an accredited United States law school. Licensed to practice law in the United States. Should have Undergraduate degree from an accredited United States or foreign university or college. Should have 7 years of commercial litigation experience with law firm and/or insurance company. Substantial experience litigating employment matters, general insurance litigation, and/or extra-contractual disputes will be a plus. Excellent analytical and communication skills; superior writing ability.
 
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Director, Corporate Counsel
Refer job# JYNV148837
 
Director, Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for managing a number of litigation and pre-litigation matters. Specifically, will have primary accountability for selecting and managing outside counsel teams that handle individual matters by, among other things: directing case strategy, witness and document discovery, case budgets and bills, and written submissions.

Qualifications: 5+ years of law firm and/or in-house experience, with some in-house experience preferred, during which a portion of time was spent on employment and employee benefits litigation. Superior interpersonal, organizational, written and verbal communication skills and the ability to work independently in completing assignments promptly and thoughtfully; Excellent judgment and high ethical standards; Strong project and time management skills; Demonstrated ability as a leader in solving problems creatively and constructively, with strong analytical abilities; The ability to balance multiple assignments simultaneously, and appropriately assess and prioritize work requirements; and Experience managing outside counsel. Will be highly organized, an expert in prioritizing work, comfortable making decisions, and will clearly and timely communicate on case status or escalate challenges internally. Will be inquisitive and seek to fully understand the needs and objectives of the Companys business units. Will be responsible for building trusted relationships with business lawyers and business professionals in order to identify and resolve pre-litigation risk assessments and represent the company.
 
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Director, Trade Compliance Counsel
Refer job# NNUF148838
 
Director, Trade Compliance Counsel Responsibilities: Provide effective legal counsel in the area of import, export and product regulatory compliance, including performing regulatory analysis and provide advice on product tariff classification, environmental green product claims, and ensuring compliance with applicable regulatory trade policies, laws and regulations. Build strong and effective relationships with cross-functional product teams in order to understand and address business needs related to imports/export and other market access requirements. Create and conduct training for cross-functional business partners related to product regulatory, market access and trade compliance. Assist in development and monitoring of trade compliance best practices and strategies, including duty savings and free trade optimization activities. Conduct internal risk assessment and supervise customs compliance audits and transaction testing.

Qualifications: JD Degree with 3+ years of law firm experience and membership in at least the NY or NJ state Bar. Experience in researching, evaluating and keeping abreast of geopolitical developments, and regulatory changes that affect retail products and compliance initiatives. Relevant experience in the apparel and fashion industry, preferred. Highly motivated with a strong work ethic and good interpersonal skills. Demonstrated ability proficiency to draft, review, negotiate commercial agreements and vendor compliance documents. Ability to navigate relevant environmental and marketing laws and advise on sustainability issues and product claims substantiation. Very strong communication skills in order to partner effectively in a variety of settings, including providing guidance, developing and conducting training and policy documents on regulatory and compliance issues. Proven experience and understanding of applying laws and regulations relating to international trade, market access (imports, exports, labeling and product safety compliance) to support product development and distribution in multiple jurisdictions. Proven strong management and leadership skills, with strong good organizational skills, attention to detail, and solid analytical and problem-solving abilities. Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and to balance multiple competing priorities to accomplish compliance objectives while addressing business needs.
 
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New Jersey - Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# 3R5925787
 
Senior Corporate Counsel
The candidate will draft and negotiate contract of many types and counseling clients on a broad range of business, compliance, healthcare and regulator (Federal and State) matters. Should have a J.D. degree. Must have 7+ years of experience as a practicing attorney with 3+ years in a law firm. Should be eligible to practice in the State of New Jersey. Mergers and acquisition experience as primary lawyer is required. Significant experience in drafting and negotiating contracts, including confidentiality agreements and ancillary transaction agreements is needed. Should have healthcare experience, including fraud and abuse and STARK laws. Should preferably have experience to include: purchasing and supply agreements; hospital agreements, including drafting and structuring ACO arrangements; outsourcing of services; and representation of healthcare providers.
 
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