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Corporate Counsel - Autonomous Mobility

Mahwah NJ Corporate Counsel - Autonomous Mobility The candidate will be reporting to the Deputy General Counsel for North America, the attorney in this role shall assist the legal department of firm by providing legal advice to the company to support autonomous mobility projects which will require substantial experience in contract drafting, interpretation and negotiation, as well as knowledge of automotive franchise laws, warranty obligations, and customs, safety, and emissions compliance and other related areas of law. Advise the company regarding best practices, policies and processes relating to the foregoing topics. Handle privacy law issues, insurance-related issues, and assist the legal department as needed in other areas of law. Provide daily legal services related to autonomous mobility projects of the company, including contracts, warranty issues, compliance/safety regulatory issues, and other related areas of law. Train the business in best practices on the foregoing areas. Assist in areas of privacy law, insurance-related issues, consumer law issues and assist as needed in other areas of law and other needs of the legal department. Bachelors degree and a J.D. degree from an accredited law school is required. Must be member of the Bar in a U.S. state and be in good standing. Should have 5+ years of relevant experience. Advanced commercial contract experience is required. Advanced automotive experience strongly perferred. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-20

Corporate Counsel

Ramsey NJ Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Negotiating, writing and executing agreements and contracts on behalf of the company. Offering counsel on employment law matters and on a variety of legal issues. Advising executives within the company. Working alongside other departments within the company. Advising on contract status, legal risks, and the legal liabilities associated with different deals.

Requirements: Degree from a recognized university. Admission to New Jersey bar (or corporate counsel admission) or willingness to apply for in-house certification in NJ. 3-5 years of relevant law firm or in-house experience with a major firm. Experience with compliance topics, including PCI, regulatory, and/or trade compliance. Researching and anticipating unique legal issues that could impact the company. Provide training to the company on legal topics. Superior work ethic and high-energy individual. Excellent interpersonal and presentation skills, along with the ability to communicate effectively with others at all levels of the organization. Sound negotiating skills with both legal and financial/commercial issues. Strong attention to detail, well organized and able to manage numerous projects and deadlines simultaneously. Demonstrated ability to learn diverse business requirements quickly, analyze legal and commercial risks and propose strategic, business-oriented solutions. Hands-on experience in variety of corporate matters. Positive attitude and willing to tackle wide range of routine to complex projects in a high-volume environment. Ability to work independently with little or no supervision.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2019-04-20

Corporate Counsel

Bridgewater NJ Corporate Counsel - US Legal Operations The candidate will report To Head, US Contracting and Transversal Support. Will draft and negotiate various agreements of relative complexity, predominantly in the area of Procurement/ Buy-side agreements - including various services and supply agreements/master services agreements, market research, patient support programs, COGS, construction, Information Technology/SAAS/data, detailing, contracted workforce, consulting, finance, and contract manufacturing agreements. Draft/negotiate contracts involving experts such as: Investigator Sponsored Studies, advisory boards, sponsorships, and grants. Analyze contracts for FCPA, fraud and abuse, FDA, and other regulatory compliance. Remain current on corresponding laws and regulations. Interface with internal management and external parties to gather specifications, and terms of agreement necessary for contract drafting and negotiations. Advise on legal rights under contracts on matters subject to disputes. Manage contract assignments post acquisition or divestiture. In limited circumstances, manage outside counsel (and associated spend) for certain matters. Lead and/or contribute to cross-functional and legal teams and work streams on standardizing, simplifying, harmonizing, and mechanizing the contracting process and forms. Draft contract templates. Draft strategic decision-making playbooks for deviations from templates. Draft SOPs for contracting in North America. Prepare training materials and conducting training for non-attorneys on template use/process. Communicate company contract policies and requirements and analyze contracts projects to highlight compliance risks. Establish partnerships with representatives of different legal teams, functions and business units for all businesses within North American perimeter; and with global colleagues. Create, understand and apply best practices of the different groups. Coordinate and implement corporate restructuring initiatives, such as forming new entities, completing intercompany mergers, liquidations, or other transactions as required. Assist with day to day US corporate governance matters such as appointing directors and officers, drafting board resolutions, or assisting with intercompany agreements.

The candidate should have 5-10 years of post-J.D. experience, including: Prior law firm experience with a significant transactional practice and knowledge of contracts AND/OR as a member of an in-house legal contracting team. Should be 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. Must have Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school. Must have strong contract drafting and negotiation skills. Team player with a commitment to developing strong collaborative relationships with legal colleagues, clients and cross-functional teams is essential. Must have high level of professionalism; strong interpersonal skills; strong communication skills. Management and interpersonal skills is essential. Additional Experience is preferred. Knowledge of laws and regulations pertinent to the pharmaceutical industry is preferred.
Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2019-04-20

In House Contracts Attorney

Somerset NJ In House Contracts Attorney Duties: The candidate serves as one of the initial legal points of contact for all legal matters. Creates, negotiates and/or administers contractual documents that establish business relationships with vendors, clients and/or partners. Works with commercial development and client service teams to structure contracts and statements of work in accordance with contract specifications and business needs. Reviews contractual documents to ensure adherence to company practice, client specifications and requirements, and conformance to master agreements. Responds to inquiries regarding contract obligations and revisions. Responsible for developing/maintaining processes to track contracts from initiation through expiration/termination, triaging and assisting with all legal issues, as assigned, developing internal legal programs, as assigned, coordinating with Regulatory Affairs and Compliance, as necessary, training or creating training materials for internal Clients on contracts and other legal matters, integrating the legal workflow within existing business development and professional service workflows, analyzing legal issues and recommends solutions.

Qualification: Juris Doctor degree is required. Should be licensed to practice law in New Jersey. 2+ years law firm or in house experience. Pharmaceutical, healthcare, or contract-focused experience is required. Should be specialized legal knowledge and ability to assist counsel in examination, review, evaluation and preparation of legal documents relating to the business of the corporation. Experience with intellectual property issues and privacy regulations are preferred. should have excellent oral and written communication skills; ability to conduct legal and factual research. Must be proficient in the use of MS Office; Word, Excel and email/calendar applications. Experience with contract management software is preferred.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-19

Legal And Compliance Counsel

Parsippany NJ Legal and Compliance Counsel The candidate reports directly to the Head, North America Legal and Compliance and is relied on to provide expert, timely legal services to members of the Legal team and the Commercial business. Responsibilities Of Position: Provide research support and advice across a wide range of legal areas; Operate in a highly regulated industry with solid understanding of US Compliance regulations. Advise on various federal and state regulatory requirements such as Federal and State Open Payments regulations, Stark and Anti-Trust regulations, HIPAA, privacy, data protection, and Federal and State Fraud and Abuse laws including the Anti-Kickback Statue, the False Claims Act, and FCPA). Identify, evaluate, and help with compliance issues, applying good judgment and an understanding of business, legal, and regulatory principles related to medical devices and the healthcare industry; Provide advice on marketing programs and contracted services, in view of the highly-regulated nature of the medical device industry; Review and provide assistance to Counsel on various types of contracts, including government contracts, alliance agreements, customer sales agreements, inventory management and managed care agreements, and distribution agreements; Assist Counsel in addressing issues involving legal and compliance matters; efficiently identify issues and make recommendations based, at times, on limited information, and/or in consultation with a supervisor; Assist Counsel in the collection, review and submission of federal and state transparency documentation, and the review and resolution of any potential disputes. Assist Counsel in providing advice on existing and future collaborations and interactions with healthcare providers ( HCPs ) to ensure compliance with US and global laws and regulations, including transparency reporting requirements for such HCP interactions and payment issues. Assist with the development of training documents, in the areas of healthcare compliance and commercial transactions, such as such as anti-corruption, international trade, insider trading, data privacy, HIPAA, and records retention; Assist Counsel in the development and/or review of operating policies and practices; Handle other legal matters as may be assigned by Head of and/or other members of the Legal department.

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); (passed the bar exam). Must have 1-3 years of experience as a healthcare Attorney or 3-5 years experience as a Sr. Compliance Paralegal prior to bar admission. Healthcare experience and Compliance experience required. Medical Device experience preferred. Should have ability to prioritize, plan, and organize heavy workloads, while exercising discretion and independent judgment. Must have an understanding of the AdvaMed Code of Ethics. Should preferably have Prior experience successfully operating in a fluid and entrepreneurial environment. Knowledge of FDA and FTC regulations is preferred. Knowledge and experience in review of promotional materials involving medical devices is preferred.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2019-04-17

Associate Director, Senior Corporate Counsel

Princeton NJ Associate Director, Senior Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Partner with key stakeholders to negotiate and draft deals including licensing, co-development, distribution, M&A and supply agreements for branded and generic pharmaceutical products including biosimilars. Operate in the face of ambiguity, provide practical and actionable legal advice and be a team player who is willing to jump into new projects as business needs arise. Member of the General Legal team responsible for providing day-to-day legal advice in a pragmatic and collaborative manner to assist the business in achieving its goals/objectives in a legally compliant and ethical manner. Timely respond to day-to-day policy and legal questions raised by the business. Draft, review and negotiate a variety of deals for the Business Development & Licensing, Strategy & Innovation and Supply Chain groups.

Requirements: JD degree. Preferred 5-7 years of relevant transactional experience at a major law firm and/or in-house. Transactional experience in the pharmaceutical sector is preferred. Proven ability to work on multiple projects in a fast paced environment. Ability to work independently. Ability to work directly and collaboratively with senior executives. Team player. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Excellent computer skills (Microsoft Office; MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, and Adobe Acrobat).
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2019-04-12

Corporate Attorney, Employment and Compliance (Group)

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

The candidate must have 3-5 years law firm or in-house counsel experience, with focus on employment law, investigations, and compliance. Should have Law Degree. Must have Bar Admission. Possess organizational, oral and written communication skills, and time management skills to handle multiple tasks and projects simultaneously. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint is required.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2019-04-11

Corporate Counsel, Business Transactions

Parsippany NJ Corporate Counsel, Business Transactions The candidate will be responsible for assisting with Mergers and Acquisitions, divestitures, licenses, supply and distribution transactions, and providing support to firms Digital strategy initiatives. Will report to the Vice President and Chief Counsel, Business Transactions and Global Manufacturing and Supply. Responsibilities includes, assist with strategic transactions, including acquisitions, divestitures, licenses, supply and distribution transactions. Obtaining stakeholder input and regularly participating in the negotiation process. Overseeing and executing due diligence reviews. Drafting and negotiating complex transactional documents. Prepare closing documentation and assisting with transaction closings, and assisting with post-closing integration. Act as strategic business partner to the Business Development team, including providing antitrust counseling and general legal advice and support as needed. Work with the BD, Finance and Corporate Strategy teams to implement firms external growth strategy. Work with the digital and technology team to develop global Digital strategy principles and procedures and provide digital counseling to commercial teams. Handle and prioritize a high and diverse volume of contractual and other legal matters with limited supervision. Assist in the development of policies, procedures and training. Develop expertise through on-the-job training, continuing legal education and subject matter reading. Support miscellaneous corporate projects.

The candidate must have J.D. from an accredited law school, with demonstrated academic achievement. Current bar membership in good standing is needed. Should have significant M&A transaction experience, including demonstrated ability to review, analyze, negotiate and draft agreements, perform due diligence, and lead cross-functional initiatives. 4+ years of legal experience is required. Meaningful time in private practice with a prominent law firm is preferred. Strong knowledge of antitrust laws is a plus.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-11

Litigation Attorney

Edison NJ Litigation Attorney The candidate will have a caseload with extra-contractual and coverage matters and provide related advice and counsel to business partners. Will have a strong working knowledge of the substantive law and civil procedures, including insurance coverage and bad faith theories, and strong negotiation and advocacy skills. Represent the company with respect to claims concerning insurance coverage and extra- contractual disputes and lawsuits involving automobile and homeowner policies. Capably investigate claims and lawsuits and subsequently pursue, present and negotiate resolutions. Conduct all phases of litigation including discovery, motions, mediations and trials. Legal file review for coverage and extra-contractual issues. Conduct pre-trial discovery and appear at motions, hearings, arbitrations and trial. Legal research (Lexis) on various legal issues involving civil procedure, and claims. Retention and oversight of expert witnesses. Regularly advise claims personnel on their handling of pre-litigation claims. Get along with CSAA claims personnel to investigate and evaluate claims of bad faith and improper coverage decisions.

The candidate should have BA/BS and JD degree and be a member in good standing with the New Jersey Bar. Must have State Bar License in State of New Jersey. Must have 8 years experience in P&C liability defense or plaintiff PI, preferred. Must have strong interpersonal skills. Must have Computer skill proficiency, MS Office, online research tools such as Lexis. Must have knowledge of current law and issues within area of specialty, including general liability insurance coverage and extra-contractual liability.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-04

Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Plans / Commercial

Secaucus NJ Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Plans / Commercial The candidate will be responsible for drafting and negotiating a wide range of commercial contracts, with a concentration on provider and health plan agreements. Will lead legal negotiations with the customers and advise the Commercial team on the establishment of strategic relationships and driving profitable growth with health plans. Working closely with Vice President of Health Plans/Payors, s/he will handle a wide range of legal responsibilities under the supervision of the Assistant General Counsel, including participating in business, operational and strategic decisions; advising leadership of Health Plans on strategies, opportunities, issues and risk management; developing and negotiating third party payer arrangements, including government payer programs such as Medicare and Medicaid, advising on provider network development and contracting, and managing general health plan legal matters including regulatory and compliance matters. Act as a strategic partner for the Vice President of Health Plans in the establishment of the groups organizational goals. Analyze and develop strategies and problem solving with clients, Compliance and Government Affairs. Work with billing and clinical franchises to support strategic opportunities to improve pricing and/or coverage. Counsel clients on a range of business and legal regulatory issues, including STARK and fraud and abuse laws. Develop training for clients and perform training for assigned areas. Should have 7+ years of expertise in healthcare business law is required; experience with Health Plans is desired. Must have experience in health plan operations, regulatory compliance, legal issues relating to insurance law, interpretation of various types of insurance policies. Requires the ability to lead and influence leaders on areas within subject matter expertise. Skills and expertise in health plans and insurance industry required. Requires energy and interest in keeping up to date on ever-changing rules and regulations that apply to health care providers and health plans. Requires excellent language and writing skills in order to draft, edit and develop contract language, policies, procedures, workforce training materials, web-based resources and other documentation. Must be duly licensed to practice law. Strong educational background including an undergraduate degree and JD are required. Strong corporate, commercial or transactional experience required. Should have an understanding of how to support the achievement of business objectives while considering the regulatory landscape. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-02
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Assistant General Counsel
In-House,Aurobindo Pharma USA
Location : East Windsor New Jersey United States

Aurobindo Pharma USA, Inc. is seeking an Assistant General Counsel for its growing Legal Department.  The ideal candidate will have 5-10 years experience at a large law firm and/or a pharmaceutical company legal department.  The candidate must have s... + read more

apr 10, 2019


Pharmaceutical Brand Attorney
In-House,Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd.
Location : Parsippany, NJ, United States

Pharmaceutical Brand Attorney The candidate will ensure client operations comply with applicable laws, regulations and company policies, including without limitation, FDA, OIG, CMS, Sunshine Act, anti-kickback, fraud and abuse, anti-bribery, antitru... + read more

apr 21, 2019


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Corporate Counsel - Autonomous Mobility
Refer job# VVUH143672
 
Corporate Counsel - Autonomous Mobility The candidate will be reporting to the Deputy General Counsel for North America, the attorney in this role shall assist the legal department of firm by providing legal advice to the company to support autonomous mobility projects which will require substantial experience in contract drafting, interpretation and negotiation, as well as knowledge of automotive franchise laws, warranty obligations, and customs, safety, and emissions compliance and other related areas of law. Advise the company regarding best practices, policies and processes relating to the foregoing topics. Handle privacy law issues, insurance-related issues, and assist the legal department as needed in other areas of law. Provide daily legal services related to autonomous mobility projects of the company, including contracts, warranty issues, compliance/safety regulatory issues, and other related areas of law. Train the business in best practices on the foregoing areas. Assist in areas of privacy law, insurance-related issues, consumer law issues and assist as needed in other areas of law and other needs of the legal department. Bachelors degree and a J.D. degree from an accredited law school is required. Must be member of the Bar in a U.S. state and be in good standing. Should have 5+ years of relevant experience. Advanced commercial contract experience is required. Advanced automotive experience strongly perferred.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# VMCU143684
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Negotiating, writing and executing agreements and contracts on behalf of the company. Offering counsel on employment law matters and on a variety of legal issues. Advising executives within the company. Working alongside other departments within the company. Advising on contract status, legal risks, and the legal liabilities associated with different deals.

Requirements: Degree from a recognized university. Admission to New Jersey bar (or corporate counsel admission) or willingness to apply for in-house certification in NJ. 3-5 years of relevant law firm or in-house experience with a major firm. Experience with compliance topics, including PCI, regulatory, and/or trade compliance. Researching and anticipating unique legal issues that could impact the company. Provide training to the company on legal topics. Superior work ethic and high-energy individual. Excellent interpersonal and presentation skills, along with the ability to communicate effectively with others at all levels of the organization. Sound negotiating skills with both legal and financial/commercial issues. Strong attention to detail, well organized and able to manage numerous projects and deadlines simultaneously. Demonstrated ability to learn diverse business requirements quickly, analyze legal and commercial risks and propose strategic, business-oriented solutions. Hands-on experience in variety of corporate matters. Positive attitude and willing to tackle wide range of routine to complex projects in a high-volume environment. Ability to work independently with little or no supervision.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# WNKH143686
 
Corporate Counsel - US Legal Operations The candidate will report To Head, US Contracting and Transversal Support. Will draft and negotiate various agreements of relative complexity, predominantly in the area of Procurement/ Buy-side agreements - including various services and supply agreements/master services agreements, market research, patient support programs, COGS, construction, Information Technology/SAAS/data, detailing, contracted workforce, consulting, finance, and contract manufacturing agreements. Draft/negotiate contracts involving experts such as: Investigator Sponsored Studies, advisory boards, sponsorships, and grants. Analyze contracts for FCPA, fraud and abuse, FDA, and other regulatory compliance. Remain current on corresponding laws and regulations. Interface with internal management and external parties to gather specifications, and terms of agreement necessary for contract drafting and negotiations. Advise on legal rights under contracts on matters subject to disputes. Manage contract assignments post acquisition or divestiture. In limited circumstances, manage outside counsel (and associated spend) for certain matters. Lead and/or contribute to cross-functional and legal teams and work streams on standardizing, simplifying, harmonizing, and mechanizing the contracting process and forms. Draft contract templates. Draft strategic decision-making playbooks for deviations from templates. Draft SOPs for contracting in North America. Prepare training materials and conducting training for non-attorneys on template use/process. Communicate company contract policies and requirements and analyze contracts projects to highlight compliance risks. Establish partnerships with representatives of different legal teams, functions and business units for all businesses within North American perimeter; and with global colleagues. Create, understand and apply best practices of the different groups. Coordinate and implement corporate restructuring initiatives, such as forming new entities, completing intercompany mergers, liquidations, or other transactions as required. Assist with day to day US corporate governance matters such as appointing directors and officers, drafting board resolutions, or assisting with intercompany agreements.

The candidate should have 5-10 years of post-J.D. experience, including: Prior law firm experience with a significant transactional practice and knowledge of contracts AND/OR as a member of an in-house legal contracting team. Should be 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. Must have Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school. Must have strong contract drafting and negotiation skills. Team player with a commitment to developing strong collaborative relationships with legal colleagues, clients and cross-functional teams is essential. Must have high level of professionalism; strong interpersonal skills; strong communication skills. Management and interpersonal skills is essential. Additional Experience is preferred. Knowledge of laws and regulations pertinent to the pharmaceutical industry is preferred.
 
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In House Contracts Attorney
Refer job# FOYP143648
 
In House Contracts Attorney Duties: The candidate serves as one of the initial legal points of contact for all legal matters. Creates, negotiates and/or administers contractual documents that establish business relationships with vendors, clients and/or partners. Works with commercial development and client service teams to structure contracts and statements of work in accordance with contract specifications and business needs. Reviews contractual documents to ensure adherence to company practice, client specifications and requirements, and conformance to master agreements. Responds to inquiries regarding contract obligations and revisions. Responsible for developing/maintaining processes to track contracts from initiation through expiration/termination, triaging and assisting with all legal issues, as assigned, developing internal legal programs, as assigned, coordinating with Regulatory Affairs and Compliance, as necessary, training or creating training materials for internal Clients on contracts and other legal matters, integrating the legal workflow within existing business development and professional service workflows, analyzing legal issues and recommends solutions.

Qualification: Juris Doctor degree is required. Should be licensed to practice law in New Jersey. 2+ years law firm or in house experience. Pharmaceutical, healthcare, or contract-focused experience is required. Should be specialized legal knowledge and ability to assist counsel in examination, review, evaluation and preparation of legal documents relating to the business of the corporation. Experience with intellectual property issues and privacy regulations are preferred. should have excellent oral and written communication skills; ability to conduct legal and factual research. Must be proficient in the use of MS Office; Word, Excel and email/calendar applications. Experience with contract management software is preferred.
 
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Legal And Compliance Counsel
Refer job# ANNN143611
 
Legal and Compliance Counsel The candidate reports directly to the Head, North America Legal and Compliance and is relied on to provide expert, timely legal services to members of the Legal team and the Commercial business. Responsibilities Of Position: Provide research support and advice across a wide range of legal areas; Operate in a highly regulated industry with solid understanding of US Compliance regulations. Advise on various federal and state regulatory requirements such as Federal and State Open Payments regulations, Stark and Anti-Trust regulations, HIPAA, privacy, data protection, and Federal and State Fraud and Abuse laws including the Anti-Kickback Statue, the False Claims Act, and FCPA). Identify, evaluate, and help with compliance issues, applying good judgment and an understanding of business, legal, and regulatory principles related to medical devices and the healthcare industry; Provide advice on marketing programs and contracted services, in view of the highly-regulated nature of the medical device industry; Review and provide assistance to Counsel on various types of contracts, including government contracts, alliance agreements, customer sales agreements, inventory management and managed care agreements, and distribution agreements; Assist Counsel in addressing issues involving legal and compliance matters; efficiently identify issues and make recommendations based, at times, on limited information, and/or in consultation with a supervisor; Assist Counsel in the collection, review and submission of federal and state transparency documentation, and the review and resolution of any potential disputes. Assist Counsel in providing advice on existing and future collaborations and interactions with healthcare providers ( HCPs ) to ensure compliance with US and global laws and regulations, including transparency reporting requirements for such HCP interactions and payment issues. Assist with the development of training documents, in the areas of healthcare compliance and commercial transactions, such as such as anti-corruption, international trade, insider trading, data privacy, HIPAA, and records retention; Assist Counsel in the development and/or review of operating policies and practices; Handle other legal matters as may be assigned by Head of and/or other members of the Legal department.

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); (passed the bar exam). Must have 1-3 years of experience as a healthcare Attorney or 3-5 years experience as a Sr. Compliance Paralegal prior to bar admission. Healthcare experience and Compliance experience required. Medical Device experience preferred. Should have ability to prioritize, plan, and organize heavy workloads, while exercising discretion and independent judgment. Must have an understanding of the AdvaMed Code of Ethics. Should preferably have Prior experience successfully operating in a fluid and entrepreneurial environment. Knowledge of FDA and FTC regulations is preferred. Knowledge and experience in review of promotional materials involving medical devices is preferred.
 
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Associate Director, Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# FLPD143541
 
Associate Director, Senior Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Partner with key stakeholders to negotiate and draft deals including licensing, co-development, distribution, M&A and supply agreements for branded and generic pharmaceutical products including biosimilars. Operate in the face of ambiguity, provide practical and actionable legal advice and be a team player who is willing to jump into new projects as business needs arise. Member of the General Legal team responsible for providing day-to-day legal advice in a pragmatic and collaborative manner to assist the business in achieving its goals/objectives in a legally compliant and ethical manner. Timely respond to day-to-day policy and legal questions raised by the business. Draft, review and negotiate a variety of deals for the Business Development & Licensing, Strategy & Innovation and Supply Chain groups.

Requirements: JD degree. Preferred 5-7 years of relevant transactional experience at a major law firm and/or in-house. Transactional experience in the pharmaceutical sector is preferred. Proven ability to work on multiple projects in a fast paced environment. Ability to work independently. Ability to work directly and collaboratively with senior executives. Team player. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Excellent computer skills (Microsoft Office; MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, and Adobe Acrobat).
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Attorney, Employment and Compliance (Group)
Refer job# IMAF143522
 
Corporate Attorney, Employment and Compliance (Group) The candidate will be supporting the Assistant General Counsel, Litigation and Employment, and Assistant General Counsel, Digital and Compliance, on various employment and compliance related initiatives, including fielding and resolving day to day inquiries from HR, managing and conducting ethics and compliance training, conducting investigations into ethics complaints, and supporting the Legal Department with other projects and initiatives. Will provide guidance and support to Human Resources with everyday questions and issues (e.g., FMLA, ADA, leaves of absence, wage & hour; employee relations issues, etc.). Investigates and recommends resolution for internal complaints, including those raised though the Companys reporting hotline. Keeps current on ever changing state and federal laws related to the employee/employer relationship (e.g., paid sick leave; prior wage history; criminal history inquiries; etc.), and informs and counsels Human Resources on same. Develops and conducts live training on various topics including harassment; cultural sensitivity; business ethics; etc. Manages reporting hotline and online ethics and compliance training program. Audits compliance with company processes and training initiatives. Assists on ethics and risk management reporting to global headquarters. Collaborates with Human Resources to provide updates to Companys employee handbook and other policies and procedures. Drafts and negotiates employment related agreements, and assists with contract review/negotiation for other commercial agreements as needed.

The candidate must have 3-5 years law firm or in-house counsel experience, with focus on employment law, investigations, and compliance. Should have Law Degree. Must have Bar Admission. Possess organizational, oral and written communication skills, and time management skills to handle multiple tasks and projects simultaneously. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint is required.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Business Transactions
Refer job# DJCB143536
 
Corporate Counsel, Business Transactions The candidate will be responsible for assisting with Mergers and Acquisitions, divestitures, licenses, supply and distribution transactions, and providing support to firms Digital strategy initiatives. Will report to the Vice President and Chief Counsel, Business Transactions and Global Manufacturing and Supply. Responsibilities includes, assist with strategic transactions, including acquisitions, divestitures, licenses, supply and distribution transactions. Obtaining stakeholder input and regularly participating in the negotiation process. Overseeing and executing due diligence reviews. Drafting and negotiating complex transactional documents. Prepare closing documentation and assisting with transaction closings, and assisting with post-closing integration. Act as strategic business partner to the Business Development team, including providing antitrust counseling and general legal advice and support as needed. Work with the BD, Finance and Corporate Strategy teams to implement firms external growth strategy. Work with the digital and technology team to develop global Digital strategy principles and procedures and provide digital counseling to commercial teams. Handle and prioritize a high and diverse volume of contractual and other legal matters with limited supervision. Assist in the development of policies, procedures and training. Develop expertise through on-the-job training, continuing legal education and subject matter reading. Support miscellaneous corporate projects.

The candidate must have J.D. from an accredited law school, with demonstrated academic achievement. Current bar membership in good standing is needed. Should have significant M&A transaction experience, including demonstrated ability to review, analyze, negotiate and draft agreements, perform due diligence, and lead cross-functional initiatives. 4+ years of legal experience is required. Meaningful time in private practice with a prominent law firm is preferred. Strong knowledge of antitrust laws is a plus.
 
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Litigation Attorney
Refer job# MECW143383
 
Litigation Attorney The candidate will have a caseload with extra-contractual and coverage matters and provide related advice and counsel to business partners. Will have a strong working knowledge of the substantive law and civil procedures, including insurance coverage and bad faith theories, and strong negotiation and advocacy skills. Represent the company with respect to claims concerning insurance coverage and extra- contractual disputes and lawsuits involving automobile and homeowner policies. Capably investigate claims and lawsuits and subsequently pursue, present and negotiate resolutions. Conduct all phases of litigation including discovery, motions, mediations and trials. Legal file review for coverage and extra-contractual issues. Conduct pre-trial discovery and appear at motions, hearings, arbitrations and trial. Legal research (Lexis) on various legal issues involving civil procedure, and claims. Retention and oversight of expert witnesses. Regularly advise claims personnel on their handling of pre-litigation claims. Get along with CSAA claims personnel to investigate and evaluate claims of bad faith and improper coverage decisions.

The candidate should have BA/BS and JD degree and be a member in good standing with the New Jersey Bar. Must have State Bar License in State of New Jersey. Must have 8 years experience in P&C liability defense or plaintiff PI, preferred. Must have strong interpersonal skills. Must have Computer skill proficiency, MS Office, online research tools such as Lexis. Must have knowledge of current law and issues within area of specialty, including general liability insurance coverage and extra-contractual liability.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Plans / Commercial
Refer job# LOJJ143340
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Plans / Commercial The candidate will be responsible for drafting and negotiating a wide range of commercial contracts, with a concentration on provider and health plan agreements. Will lead legal negotiations with the customers and advise the Commercial team on the establishment of strategic relationships and driving profitable growth with health plans. Working closely with Vice President of Health Plans/Payors, s/he will handle a wide range of legal responsibilities under the supervision of the Assistant General Counsel, including participating in business, operational and strategic decisions; advising leadership of Health Plans on strategies, opportunities, issues and risk management; developing and negotiating third party payer arrangements, including government payer programs such as Medicare and Medicaid, advising on provider network development and contracting, and managing general health plan legal matters including regulatory and compliance matters. Act as a strategic partner for the Vice President of Health Plans in the establishment of the groups organizational goals. Analyze and develop strategies and problem solving with clients, Compliance and Government Affairs. Work with billing and clinical franchises to support strategic opportunities to improve pricing and/or coverage. Counsel clients on a range of business and legal regulatory issues, including STARK and fraud and abuse laws. Develop training for clients and perform training for assigned areas. Should have 7+ years of expertise in healthcare business law is required; experience with Health Plans is desired. Must have experience in health plan operations, regulatory compliance, legal issues relating to insurance law, interpretation of various types of insurance policies. Requires the ability to lead and influence leaders on areas within subject matter expertise. Skills and expertise in health plans and insurance industry required. Requires energy and interest in keeping up to date on ever-changing rules and regulations that apply to health care providers and health plans. Requires excellent language and writing skills in order to draft, edit and develop contract language, policies, procedures, workforce training materials, web-based resources and other documentation. Must be duly licensed to practice law. Strong educational background including an undergraduate degree and JD are required. Strong corporate, commercial or transactional experience required. Should have an understanding of how to support the achievement of business objectives while considering the regulatory landscape.
 
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