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Litigation Attorney (Workers Compensation)

Warren NJ Litigation Attorney (Workers Compensation) Duties: Handles highly complex or specialized workers compensation and lien matters from pleadings through trial driving for superior results. Manages the preparation and implementation of the litigation strategy, and prepares/directs the preparation of all necessary materials i.e., briefs, motions, discovery, depositions, experts, etc. Advises whether a case should be tried or settled and actively drives case to resolution with an appropriate sense of urgency. Handles high complexity or exposure workers compensation matters as first chair in court as necessary. Tries all aspects of cases including court appearances, trial preparation, motions, discovery and negotiations. May provide trial coaching/oversight/ assistance to other attorneys. Defense of Asbestos matters. Communicates regularly and concisely with clients, claim professionals, leadership and others to ensure appropriate level of understanding and documentation exists for effective case management. Conducts legal research and analysis of facts and information to provide counsel and guidance on legal questions or issues. Prepares opinions or position papers on various legal issues and interpretation of legal issues/provisions. Counsels client/management/claim professionals to avoid legally unsound decisions or plans and when changes in the law occur. Collaboratively works with clients, claim professionals, underwriting, risk control and other 3rd parties while resolving legal issues. Works independently in resolving legal cases with minimal supervision. Responds to government regulatory agencies as needed.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree with JD Degree, and admission to the Bar. 10+ years of experience in claims and/or law firm with a progressively increasing level of responsibility. Requires trial and/or litigation experience. Requires a proven track record of results. May require specific technical/functional area legal experience. Advanced knowledge of workers compensation law as well as legal theories, principles, practices and procedures of litigation management within an insurance organization. Ability to work collaboratively with others to achieve desired results. Excellent verbal and written communication, negotiation and presentation skills. Strong negotiation, consultative and facilitation skills with the ability to effectively interact with all internal and external business partners, Ability to exercise independent judgment, and to work with and maintain confidential and sensitive information. Excellent analytical and problem solving skills, and skill in managing ambiguous situations and issues. Proven ability to take a proactive long-term view of business goals and objectives in order to achieve strategic business results. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and other business-related software i.e. Adobe, West Law, TeamConnect or other case management software. Value driven to provide superior solutions to internal and/or external clients. Acts with a sense of urgency to advance priorities of the client/organization. Helps self and others to excel through collaboration and building strong relationships. Thinks creatively and uses diverse ideas to solve problems. Raises expectations of self and others by continuously learning and broadening industry and technical skills.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-09

Vice President, Regulatory Compliance Counsel

Marlton NJ Vice President, Regulatory Compliance Counsel Duties: Assist in the drafting and implementation of the companys compliance policies and procedures for the Residential Servicing Department. Provide day-to-day compliance support to the Residential Servicing Department staff and the management team. Coordinate activities to/from the Legal Department and the Residential Servicing Department. Contribute to the regulatory change management duties of the Legal/Regulatory Compliance Department by identifying new and revised laws and regulations that impact the company and the operational changes needed in the business lines. Respond to loan-level management compliance questions and assist the servicing management team. Provide subject matter expertise to assist in prompt correction of compliance deficiencies that are identified by any internal review or external audit. Maintain competence in consumer protection laws and regulations governing residential mortgage servicing activities, including TILA, RESPA, FDCPA, ECOA, FCRA and other applicable laws and regulations under the jurisdiction of the BCFP, prudential federal regulators and their state counterparts. Assist in the review and redlining of the Sevicing Departments processes, procedures and job aides. Monitor emerging compliance issues and assist in assessing the potential exposure of Freedom Mortgage. Support federal and state regulatory examinations and required responses. Provide additional support to the Residential Servicing Department as directed by the Chief Compliance Officer.

Qualifications: JD Degree Required. 12+ years experience as residential mortgage servicing regulatory counsel is required.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-09

Corporate Legal Counsel

East Hanover NJ Corporate Legal Counsel The candidate will provide legal advice and support to Communications, Investor Relations, Treasury functions and other Legal departments ( Business Partners ) in the substantive areas of US capital markets and securities law. Will work on disclosures and public reporting, debt and equity capital markets transactions, asset management, investments and hedge funds, derivatives and treasury operations and US corporation law. Responsibilities include: Group compliance with US securities laws, including preparation of Annual Report on Form 20-F. Quarterly, periodic and ad-hoc disclosures and SEC filings. Group and divisional communications. Group policies, guidelines and procedures. US corporate governance matters. Special projects pertaining to US Corporate and Group legal matters. Global, cross-divisional and cross-functional transactions and regulatory projects. Investor Relations matters. Actively stay informed of and conduct legal research into legal trends, new laws and regulations in the Subject Matter Areas to support US Corporate and Finance Legal team objectives. Train Business Partners on new legal trends, legislation, and regulations in the Subject Matter Areas. Contribute to the achievement of the objectives of the US Corporate and Finance Legal team. J.D. degree from a US law school is required. Should be admitted to practice law in New Jersey or able to become admitted to practice in NJ under a limited in house counsel license. Should have 4+ years (and additional years preferred) of related legal experience with emphasis in the Subject Matter Areas. Strong knowledge of, and experience relating to US securities laws and disclosure matters for US domestic issuers or foreign private issuers is required. Strong working knowledge of Delaware and/or New York corporation law, particularly in connection with corporate governance is required. Experience in transactional legal work is required. Pharmaceutical or biotechnology experience is preferred. Experience working at the US Securities and Exchange Commission is preferred. High level of capability with internet/technology/social media is preferred. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-08

Senior Counsel, Intellectual Property

Princeton NJ Senior Counsel, Intellectual Property The candidate will be responsible for providing strategic counsel on all facets of patent law, including procurement, enforcement, freedom to operate, and business development. Conducting strategic IP due diligence. Providing IP transactional support for a wide variety of business transactions, Securing global patent protection for new molecular entities, indications, combinations, formulations, manufacturing, and other innovations. Performing freedom to operate counseling. Supporting court and administrative litigation efforts. Advising on data protection and other forms of exclusivity. Effectively managing outside counsel to achieve positive outcomes. Collaborating closely with other Law Department colleagues and functional support groups to provide legal advice and counsel, Should have A J.D. degree or equivalent and admission to at least one state bar. Registered to practice before the USPTO. Should have 5+years of patent law experience in the pharmaceutical/biotechnology field, or an equivalent combination of patent and pharmaceutical/biotechnology industry experience. Bachelor's degree or equivalent in the biological and/or chemical sciences. An advanced science degree is preferred. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-08

Director, Counsel - Litigation

Burlington NJ Director, Counsel - Litigation The candidate should be an experienced litigator. Will work with diverse functional areas throughout the company, serving as a strategic partner in providing day-to-day counseling and reputational risk management. Will handle matters that span the company's civil and regulatory litigation docket, as well as internal investigations, and manage the company's third-party subpoena docket. Should have 3+ years of relevant litigation experience at a large law firm and/or corporate legal department is required for this role. JD from a highly 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. Manage all aspects of assigned litigation and disputes, including alternative dispute resolution methods. Counsel is involved in all stages of litigation, including: litigation strategy; reviewing pleadings, motions, and briefs; and all other litigation documents. Manage third-party subpoena docket, including negotiations with issuing counsel; coordination of document collection, review, and production. Oversee outside counsel, including management of litigation budget. Collaborate frequently with business partners to develop litigation strategy and ensure goal alignment across cross-functional teams. Provide rapid, practical, business-oriented advice to other legal team members and directly to internal clients. Proactively work to resolve potential legal matters through investigation to resolution, where appropriate. Devise and manage litigation-related, scalable processes and procedures to navigate commonly encountered legal issues. Ensure the company's litigation is conducted to the highest ethical standards. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-06

Privacy Counsel

Princeton NJ Privacy Counsel Duties: Work with privacy office on enterprise-wide privacy policies and procedures, consistent with applicable U.S. and global laws. Act as the companys privacy legal expert with knowledge of applicable state, federal and international laws and regulations including the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Act, CAN-SPAM, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)/, CCPA and related medical information privacy laws, laws and regulations related to employee privacy, and other global laws and regulations including those implementing the GDPR. Collaborate with privacy office through on-going privacy risk assessments, identify areas of potential brand impact and legal consideration and propose and drive solutions. Liaise with privacy professionals at peer companies and industry organizations. Sit on privacy governance committee as legal representative. Keeps informed of new laws, regulations, and industry trends affecting the company, and assists with development of policies and training as needed. May retain, manage and assist outside counsel as needed. Reliance on outside counsel is limited to only when necessary for unusual day-to-day issues. Performs other duties as assigned by senior management. Proactively identifies risks and mitigating actions. Provides legal support to with minimal oversight and guidance from managing attorney. Upholds, acts as a role-model for, and encourages other lawyers on the team to embrace the following approach to in-house counseling:. Ideally, there will be one lawyer per client or meeting (others may be consulted behind the scenes, but then only when necessary for narrow expertise). High levels of consistency in legal advice (actual and perceived by explaining differences to clients). Seek alignment up and across Legal, in advance of client meetings as much as reasonably possible. High levels of ownership, accountability and pride by lawyers with respect to their work. Actively seeking customer feedback on a continuous basis, actively listening and clarifying feedback, and acting in response as needed. Legal is viewed as a business partner and not an obstacle. Legal advice against engaging in a business practice is well-understood and respected by clients. Legal advice is clear as to the risk types, level, likelihood. Business-focused advice rather than abstract legal possibilities. Proactive, creative value-added legal role to help the business achieve its goals. Upholding and modeling ethical behavior and conduct at all times.

Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree is required. JD degree and state bar admission required. 8+ years of experience in a law firm or in-house legal or compliance department required. Experience dealing with healthcare/pharmaceutical privacy matters highly desired. Certification as a Certified Information Privacy Professional highly desired. In-depth knowledge of applicable state, federal and international privacy laws. Demonstrated experience making sound risk assessments, and identifying and resolving legal and regulatory issues quickly and effectively and ability to make real-time decisions. Proven track record as a strong team player with ability to work cross-functionally in a complex organizational structure. Ability to communicate effectively at all levels of an organization. Ability to work independently and be pragmatic and results focused. Strong problem-solving skills demonstrates and exercises creativity and initiative. Strong written and verbal communications skills able to effectively collaborate and communicate with client groups within the company. Proactive, creative, innovative problem-solving and collaborative approach to counselling clients.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-05

Corporate Attorney

Jersey City NJ Corporate Attorney Duties: Provide advice, guidance and support in connection with corporate transactions, in collaboration with business partners. Structure, negotiate and memorialize debt and equity financings. Maintain a best practices corporate governance environment and protocol. Support the administration and maintenance of the companys compliance program. Research and evaluate different risk factors regarding business decisions and operations. Support default management, loss mitigation and related litigation efforts. Develop and monitor Legal department policies and procedures. Manage and oversee outside counsel. Other projects and duties as assigned.

Requirements: JD Degree required from accredited law school. Admitted to the bar in New Jersey required; admitted in New York desirable. 6-10 years experience; law firm experience required, combined in-house legal experience desirable. Able to effectively and independently organize and manage multiple assignments and changing priorities. Demonstrated leadership and project management experience. Able to perform high-level legal services with minimal supervision. Strong legal research, document drafting and writing skills. Superior analytical skills. Excellent business judgment. Strong verbal communication and negotiation skills. Excellent practical and creative problem-solving skills. Positive, team-oriented and collaborative attitude. Computer skills ? Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook. Other projects and duties as assigned.
Legal 6 - 10 Full-time 2019-12-04

Corporate Commercial Counsel

Mahwah NJ Corporate Commercial Counsel Duties: Responsible for providing legal support for the general corporate affairs of legal entities, including governance-related matters. Responsible for managing a substantial contract workload with customers and suppliers, contractors, distributors and agents, service providers, software/technology providers, other internal corporate entities, etc. Draft, review and negotiate a wide variety of agreements, including without limitation: product and service supply or purchase agreements, distribution agreements, agency agreements, licensing agreements, OEM agreements, product development agreements, co-development or collaboration agreements, confidentiality agreements, quality agreements, consultant agreements, freight, logistics and warehousing agreements, facility management agreements, real estate agreements, healthcare provider engagement agreements, training agreements, focus group agreements, clinical trial agreements, grant agreements, as well as, other types of agreements involving transactions of various departments. Advise on contract status, legal risks and the legal liabilities associated with different deals. Evaluate business transactions and identify potential liability related to business practices, policies and compliance risk. Provide guidance and feedback regarding business, legal, compliance, regulatory, quality and other related risks. Draft and revise contract templates for various transactions, and support the continuous improvement of standard form agreements and legal processes. Develop processes and procedures for management of legal requests and documentation flow, approvals and reporting consistent with internal processes. Conduct training for various legal topics, including training of other attorneys. Research and anticipate unique legal issues that could impact the organization. Deal with complex matters with multiple stakeholders and forces. Perform other related duties and special projects as required.

Qualifications: Law degree from accredited legal program and member of the bar in at least one state 10 years of legal experience from a top tier law firm and an in-house legal function of a multinational company within the Life Science/Medical Device/Pharma sector, or other relevant business facing the equivalent commercial and regulatory concerns. 5+ years of experience should be from work in-house. Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook) is essential. Must possess good judgment in knowing when and how to escalate issues to the appropriate level and propose solutions. Strong interpersonal and presentation skills, along with the ability to communicate effectively with others at all levels of the organization. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-03

Senior Corporate Financing Attorney

Fort Lee NJ Senior Corporate Financing Attorney The candidate will be providing legal and regulatory expertise on financial products and services; Reviewing and negotiating financial contracts in transactions with institutional clients and service providers; Overseeing and managing outside counsel; Supporting new product development and implementation; Providing clear and concise guidance to business units, particularly on novel and complex legal issues; Actively engaging with business units to help identify and assess risks and resolve issues; Proactively collaborating with stakeholders across the enterprise, including compliance, technology, risk, operations and other key partners; Supporting other projects to support the legal department as necessary. Must have Juris Doctorate degree. Must have 15+ years experience (both in-house and law firm) in financial services and products. Must have 10+ years in lending and loan products. Must have knowledge of laws and regulations applicable to financial services and banking products. Legal 15 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-02

Tax - International Attorney in East Brunswick, NJ

East Brunswick NJ International Tax Accountant The candidate act as a business advisor to global companies and understand the life cycle from start to finish; Lead and manage projects while taking on new initiatives and maintaining client relationships; Conduct research and review for U.S. and foreign tax laws and regulations related to international tax planning strategies and other transactions; Identify and execute tax planning opportunities; Provide technical tax support on transactions and activities; Prepare and review forms and related work papers for U.S. owned foreign entities; International compliance matters dealing with forms 5471, 5472, 8938, 965, 951A, etc. Must have Bachelor s degree in Accounting. Should have CPA license or J.D. Must have prior tax experience with domestic closely-held businesses and individuals, including tax planning, research and consulting. Must have international tax experience or prior exposure to a range of industries with a desire to learn about international tax. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-01
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Corporate Attorney
In-House,Veterinary Business Advisors, 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

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Litigation Attorney (Workers Compensation)
Refer job# EFLK147475
 
Litigation Attorney (Workers Compensation) Duties: Handles highly complex or specialized workers compensation and lien matters from pleadings through trial driving for superior results. Manages the preparation and implementation of the litigation strategy, and prepares/directs the preparation of all necessary materials i.e., briefs, motions, discovery, depositions, experts, etc. Advises whether a case should be tried or settled and actively drives case to resolution with an appropriate sense of urgency. Handles high complexity or exposure workers compensation matters as first chair in court as necessary. Tries all aspects of cases including court appearances, trial preparation, motions, discovery and negotiations. May provide trial coaching/oversight/ assistance to other attorneys. Defense of Asbestos matters. Communicates regularly and concisely with clients, claim professionals, leadership and others to ensure appropriate level of understanding and documentation exists for effective case management. Conducts legal research and analysis of facts and information to provide counsel and guidance on legal questions or issues. Prepares opinions or position papers on various legal issues and interpretation of legal issues/provisions. Counsels client/management/claim professionals to avoid legally unsound decisions or plans and when changes in the law occur. Collaboratively works with clients, claim professionals, underwriting, risk control and other 3rd parties while resolving legal issues. Works independently in resolving legal cases with minimal supervision. Responds to government regulatory agencies as needed.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree with JD Degree, and admission to the Bar. 10+ years of experience in claims and/or law firm with a progressively increasing level of responsibility. Requires trial and/or litigation experience. Requires a proven track record of results. May require specific technical/functional area legal experience. Advanced knowledge of workers compensation law as well as legal theories, principles, practices and procedures of litigation management within an insurance organization. Ability to work collaboratively with others to achieve desired results. Excellent verbal and written communication, negotiation and presentation skills. Strong negotiation, consultative and facilitation skills with the ability to effectively interact with all internal and external business partners, Ability to exercise independent judgment, and to work with and maintain confidential and sensitive information. Excellent analytical and problem solving skills, and skill in managing ambiguous situations and issues. Proven ability to take a proactive long-term view of business goals and objectives in order to achieve strategic business results. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and other business-related software i.e. Adobe, West Law, TeamConnect or other case management software. Value driven to provide superior solutions to internal and/or external clients. Acts with a sense of urgency to advance priorities of the client/organization. Helps self and others to excel through collaboration and building strong relationships. Thinks creatively and uses diverse ideas to solve problems. Raises expectations of self and others by continuously learning and broadening industry and technical skills.
 
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Vice President, Regulatory Compliance Counsel
Refer job# TXFI147476
 
Vice President, Regulatory Compliance Counsel Duties: Assist in the drafting and implementation of the companys compliance policies and procedures for the Residential Servicing Department. Provide day-to-day compliance support to the Residential Servicing Department staff and the management team. Coordinate activities to/from the Legal Department and the Residential Servicing Department. Contribute to the regulatory change management duties of the Legal/Regulatory Compliance Department by identifying new and revised laws and regulations that impact the company and the operational changes needed in the business lines. Respond to loan-level management compliance questions and assist the servicing management team. Provide subject matter expertise to assist in prompt correction of compliance deficiencies that are identified by any internal review or external audit. Maintain competence in consumer protection laws and regulations governing residential mortgage servicing activities, including TILA, RESPA, FDCPA, ECOA, FCRA and other applicable laws and regulations under the jurisdiction of the BCFP, prudential federal regulators and their state counterparts. Assist in the review and redlining of the Sevicing Departments processes, procedures and job aides. Monitor emerging compliance issues and assist in assessing the potential exposure of Freedom Mortgage. Support federal and state regulatory examinations and required responses. Provide additional support to the Residential Servicing Department as directed by the Chief Compliance Officer.

Qualifications: JD Degree Required. 12+ years experience as residential mortgage servicing regulatory counsel is required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Legal Counsel
Refer job# GJIJ147455
 
Corporate Legal Counsel The candidate will provide legal advice and support to Communications, Investor Relations, Treasury functions and other Legal departments ( Business Partners ) in the substantive areas of US capital markets and securities law. Will work on disclosures and public reporting, debt and equity capital markets transactions, asset management, investments and hedge funds, derivatives and treasury operations and US corporation law. Responsibilities include: Group compliance with US securities laws, including preparation of Annual Report on Form 20-F. Quarterly, periodic and ad-hoc disclosures and SEC filings. Group and divisional communications. Group policies, guidelines and procedures. US corporate governance matters. Special projects pertaining to US Corporate and Group legal matters. Global, cross-divisional and cross-functional transactions and regulatory projects. Investor Relations matters. Actively stay informed of and conduct legal research into legal trends, new laws and regulations in the Subject Matter Areas to support US Corporate and Finance Legal team objectives. Train Business Partners on new legal trends, legislation, and regulations in the Subject Matter Areas. Contribute to the achievement of the objectives of the US Corporate and Finance Legal team. J.D. degree from a US law school is required. Should be admitted to practice law in New Jersey or able to become admitted to practice in NJ under a limited in house counsel license. Should have 4+ years (and additional years preferred) of related legal experience with emphasis in the Subject Matter Areas. Strong knowledge of, and experience relating to US securities laws and disclosure matters for US domestic issuers or foreign private issuers is required. Strong working knowledge of Delaware and/or New York corporation law, particularly in connection with corporate governance is required. Experience in transactional legal work is required. Pharmaceutical or biotechnology experience is preferred. Experience working at the US Securities and Exchange Commission is preferred. High level of capability with internet/technology/social media is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Counsel, Intellectual Property
Refer job# QTTW147456
 
Senior Counsel, Intellectual Property The candidate will be responsible for providing strategic counsel on all facets of patent law, including procurement, enforcement, freedom to operate, and business development. Conducting strategic IP due diligence. Providing IP transactional support for a wide variety of business transactions, Securing global patent protection for new molecular entities, indications, combinations, formulations, manufacturing, and other innovations. Performing freedom to operate counseling. Supporting court and administrative litigation efforts. Advising on data protection and other forms of exclusivity. Effectively managing outside counsel to achieve positive outcomes. Collaborating closely with other Law Department colleagues and functional support groups to provide legal advice and counsel, Should have A J.D. degree or equivalent and admission to at least one state bar. Registered to practice before the USPTO. Should have 5+years of patent law experience in the pharmaceutical/biotechnology field, or an equivalent combination of patent and pharmaceutical/biotechnology industry experience. Bachelor's degree or equivalent in the biological and/or chemical sciences. An advanced science degree is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Director, Counsel - Litigation
Refer job# NWSS147426
 
Director, Counsel - Litigation The candidate should be an experienced litigator. Will work with diverse functional areas throughout the company, serving as a strategic partner in providing day-to-day counseling and reputational risk management. Will handle matters that span the company's civil and regulatory litigation docket, as well as internal investigations, and manage the company's third-party subpoena docket. Should have 3+ years of relevant litigation experience at a large law firm and/or corporate legal department is required for this role. JD from a highly 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. Manage all aspects of assigned litigation and disputes, including alternative dispute resolution methods. Counsel is involved in all stages of litigation, including: litigation strategy; reviewing pleadings, motions, and briefs; and all other litigation documents. Manage third-party subpoena docket, including negotiations with issuing counsel; coordination of document collection, review, and production. Oversee outside counsel, including management of litigation budget. Collaborate frequently with business partners to develop litigation strategy and ensure goal alignment across cross-functional teams. Provide rapid, practical, business-oriented advice to other legal team members and directly to internal clients. Proactively work to resolve potential legal matters through investigation to resolution, where appropriate. Devise and manage litigation-related, scalable processes and procedures to navigate commonly encountered legal issues. Ensure the company's litigation is conducted to the highest ethical standards.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Privacy Counsel
Refer job# QSEQ147392
 
Privacy Counsel Duties: Work with privacy office on enterprise-wide privacy policies and procedures, consistent with applicable U.S. and global laws. Act as the companys privacy legal expert with knowledge of applicable state, federal and international laws and regulations including the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Act, CAN-SPAM, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)/, CCPA and related medical information privacy laws, laws and regulations related to employee privacy, and other global laws and regulations including those implementing the GDPR. Collaborate with privacy office through on-going privacy risk assessments, identify areas of potential brand impact and legal consideration and propose and drive solutions. Liaise with privacy professionals at peer companies and industry organizations. Sit on privacy governance committee as legal representative. Keeps informed of new laws, regulations, and industry trends affecting the company, and assists with development of policies and training as needed. May retain, manage and assist outside counsel as needed. Reliance on outside counsel is limited to only when necessary for unusual day-to-day issues. Performs other duties as assigned by senior management. Proactively identifies risks and mitigating actions. Provides legal support to with minimal oversight and guidance from managing attorney. Upholds, acts as a role-model for, and encourages other lawyers on the team to embrace the following approach to in-house counseling:. Ideally, there will be one lawyer per client or meeting (others may be consulted behind the scenes, but then only when necessary for narrow expertise). High levels of consistency in legal advice (actual and perceived by explaining differences to clients). Seek alignment up and across Legal, in advance of client meetings as much as reasonably possible. High levels of ownership, accountability and pride by lawyers with respect to their work. Actively seeking customer feedback on a continuous basis, actively listening and clarifying feedback, and acting in response as needed. Legal is viewed as a business partner and not an obstacle. Legal advice against engaging in a business practice is well-understood and respected by clients. Legal advice is clear as to the risk types, level, likelihood. Business-focused advice rather than abstract legal possibilities. Proactive, creative value-added legal role to help the business achieve its goals. Upholding and modeling ethical behavior and conduct at all times.

Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree is required. JD degree and state bar admission required. 8+ years of experience in a law firm or in-house legal or compliance department required. Experience dealing with healthcare/pharmaceutical privacy matters highly desired. Certification as a Certified Information Privacy Professional highly desired. In-depth knowledge of applicable state, federal and international privacy laws. Demonstrated experience making sound risk assessments, and identifying and resolving legal and regulatory issues quickly and effectively and ability to make real-time decisions. Proven track record as a strong team player with ability to work cross-functionally in a complex organizational structure. Ability to communicate effectively at all levels of an organization. Ability to work independently and be pragmatic and results focused. Strong problem-solving skills demonstrates and exercises creativity and initiative. Strong written and verbal communications skills able to effectively collaborate and communicate with client groups within the company. Proactive, creative, innovative problem-solving and collaborative approach to counselling clients.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Attorney
Refer job# RJUE147388
 
Corporate Attorney Duties: Provide advice, guidance and support in connection with corporate transactions, in collaboration with business partners. Structure, negotiate and memorialize debt and equity financings. Maintain a best practices corporate governance environment and protocol. Support the administration and maintenance of the companys compliance program. Research and evaluate different risk factors regarding business decisions and operations. Support default management, loss mitigation and related litigation efforts. Develop and monitor Legal department policies and procedures. Manage and oversee outside counsel. Other projects and duties as assigned.

Requirements: JD Degree required from accredited law school. Admitted to the bar in New Jersey required; admitted in New York desirable. 6-10 years experience; law firm experience required, combined in-house legal experience desirable. Able to effectively and independently organize and manage multiple assignments and changing priorities. Demonstrated leadership and project management experience. Able to perform high-level legal services with minimal supervision. Strong legal research, document drafting and writing skills. Superior analytical skills. Excellent business judgment. Strong verbal communication and negotiation skills. Excellent practical and creative problem-solving skills. Positive, team-oriented and collaborative attitude. Computer skills ? Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook. Other projects and duties as assigned.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Commercial Counsel
Refer job# NAEQ147382
 
Corporate Commercial Counsel Duties: Responsible for providing legal support for the general corporate affairs of legal entities, including governance-related matters. Responsible for managing a substantial contract workload with customers and suppliers, contractors, distributors and agents, service providers, software/technology providers, other internal corporate entities, etc. Draft, review and negotiate a wide variety of agreements, including without limitation: product and service supply or purchase agreements, distribution agreements, agency agreements, licensing agreements, OEM agreements, product development agreements, co-development or collaboration agreements, confidentiality agreements, quality agreements, consultant agreements, freight, logistics and warehousing agreements, facility management agreements, real estate agreements, healthcare provider engagement agreements, training agreements, focus group agreements, clinical trial agreements, grant agreements, as well as, other types of agreements involving transactions of various departments. Advise on contract status, legal risks and the legal liabilities associated with different deals. Evaluate business transactions and identify potential liability related to business practices, policies and compliance risk. Provide guidance and feedback regarding business, legal, compliance, regulatory, quality and other related risks. Draft and revise contract templates for various transactions, and support the continuous improvement of standard form agreements and legal processes. Develop processes and procedures for management of legal requests and documentation flow, approvals and reporting consistent with internal processes. Conduct training for various legal topics, including training of other attorneys. Research and anticipate unique legal issues that could impact the organization. Deal with complex matters with multiple stakeholders and forces. Perform other related duties and special projects as required.

Qualifications: Law degree from accredited legal program and member of the bar in at least one state 10 years of legal experience from a top tier law firm and an in-house legal function of a multinational company within the Life Science/Medical Device/Pharma sector, or other relevant business facing the equivalent commercial and regulatory concerns. 5+ years of experience should be from work in-house. Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook) is essential. Must possess good judgment in knowing when and how to escalate issues to the appropriate level and propose solutions. Strong interpersonal and presentation skills, along with the ability to communicate effectively with others at all levels of the organization. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
 
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Senior Corporate Financing Attorney
Refer job# GXCA147381
 
Senior Corporate Financing Attorney The candidate will be providing legal and regulatory expertise on financial products and services; Reviewing and negotiating financial contracts in transactions with institutional clients and service providers; Overseeing and managing outside counsel; Supporting new product development and implementation; Providing clear and concise guidance to business units, particularly on novel and complex legal issues; Actively engaging with business units to help identify and assess risks and resolve issues; Proactively collaborating with stakeholders across the enterprise, including compliance, technology, risk, operations and other key partners; Supporting other projects to support the legal department as necessary. Must have Juris Doctorate degree. Must have 15+ years experience (both in-house and law firm) in financial services and products. Must have 10+ years in lending and loan products. Must have knowledge of laws and regulations applicable to financial services and banking products.
 
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Tax - International Attorney in East Brunswick, NJ
Refer job# NVGL147194
 
International Tax Accountant The candidate act as a business advisor to global companies and understand the life cycle from start to finish; Lead and manage projects while taking on new initiatives and maintaining client relationships; Conduct research and review for U.S. and foreign tax laws and regulations related to international tax planning strategies and other transactions; Identify and execute tax planning opportunities; Provide technical tax support on transactions and activities; Prepare and review forms and related work papers for U.S. owned foreign entities; International compliance matters dealing with forms 5471, 5472, 8938, 965, 951A, etc. Must have Bachelor s degree in Accounting. Should have CPA license or J.D. Must have prior tax experience with domestic closely-held businesses and individuals, including tax planning, research and consulting. Must have international tax experience or prior exposure to a range of industries with a desire to learn about international tax.
 
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