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Senior Counsel - Government Investigations

Princeton NJ Senior Counsel - Government Investigations The candidate will manage all aspects of governmental enforcement inquiries, investigations or actions received by the Company globally. Responsibilities include: interacting with government personnel, conducting internal investigations and working collaboratively with the company's Office of Compliance and Ethics as well as with other in-house lawyers, Internal Audit, Corporate Security, and other investigative functions. Must have 8+ years of legal experience (preferably with Federal prosecutorial and/or enforcement experience), some of which should include having worked in-house or in a law firm. Experience with and understanding of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act is extremely important. Experience with current federal and state pharmaceutical enforcement environment, and relevant statutes and regulations (including the FDCA, False Claims Act, and anti-kickback statutes) is highly preferred. Report to the Vice-President and Associate General Counsel, Litigation and Government Investigations. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2018-05-24

Executive Director, Senior Counsel - Labor and Employment

Madison NJ Executive Director, Senior Counsel - Labor and Employment The candidate will advise Human Resources, Compliance and Legal colleagues on employment and labor law issues. Lead review/resolution process for matters concerning colleagues and their employment with (e.g., leave of absence, performance management, severance, compliance). Provide counsel and coaching to Human Resources business partners to address matters from the earliest stage. Lead resolution of employment disputes (including mediation) prior to formal litigation/arbitration stage; support litigation team in connection with employment arbitration and litigation. Conduct analyses related to employment level changes arising from acquisitions or other workforce restructurings to ensure compliance with applicable laws. Provide guidance and support for employee relations, including interpretation of policy and agreement provisions. Manage periodic government reporting (VETS, EEO-1, AAP). Remain contemporary in employment law practices; update practices as needed. Engage and manage outside counsel for above matters as needed. Undergraduate degree is essential. Should have JD degree from a top law school, with strong grades. Must have 8+ years of experience (including in a major law firm) with focus on employment/labor law. New York or New Jersey Bar Admission is essential. In-house employment law experience; pharmaceutical company experience preferred. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2018-05-24

Corporate Counsel - Cloud Computing and Data Cloud

Bridgewater NJ Corporate Counsel - Cloud Computing and Data Cloud The candidate will join a team of attorneys with an interesting and diverse technology law practice focusing on various transactions involving: cloud computing, proprietary and open source software licensing, software hosting, professional consulting services, business process outsourcing, data privacy/security, hardware sales, distribution arrangements, as well as general corporate matters. May perform litigation on company's behalf or coordinate litigation and other legal, administrative or investigative actions handled by outside counsel. May draft, review, and negotiate major and/or non-standard technology contracts with public and private sector customers, including licensing agreements, professional services agreements, and cloud services agreements. May advise on legal issues involving government and regulatory compliance. Respond to ad hoc queries to include identification, analysis, and evaluation of risks in order to provide appropriate legal solutions. Work closely with other lawyers throughout company and coordinates legal matters handled by outside lawyers. Demonstrate deep general commercial or functional knowledge across a sub discipline within the individual's specialty area(s), (e.g., general corporate law, antitrust/competition law, securities compliance and regulatory, employment law, immigration law, cloud transactions, data privacy, risk management asset-backed financing, contract management, intellectual property, trade secrets, advertising law, registration and other resolutions specific to the computer and technology industry).

The candidate should preferably have a Bachelor's degree in computer science, computer engineering, or similar background. Should also have a J.D. degree from a top law school. Must have 5-7 years of relevant legal experience. Significant commercial negotiating and contract drafting experience is required. Proven ability to lead a variety of tasks, evaluate alternatives quickly, and provide top quality legal assistance and support to executive-level clients is required. Experience with commercial transactions involving Cloud Computing, Software-as-a-Service, social media technology is highly preferred. Admission to practice law in the US is essential.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2018-05-21

Corporate Counsel, Us Legal Operations

Bridgewater NJ Corporate Counsel, US Legal Operations The candidate 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, contract manufacturing agreements. Will secondarily, may draft/negotiate on contracts with experts such as: Investigator Sponsored Studies, advisory boards, sponsorships, grants. Analyze contracts for FCPA, fraud and abuse, FDA, and other regulatory compliance. Keep up to date on current 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 templates. Draft playbooks for deviations from templates. Draft SOPs for contracting in North America. Prepare training materials and conducting training on using templates or on 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. Audit work of trained users who draft or negotiate contracts (outside of Legal function).

The candidate must have 2-5 years of post-J.D. experience, including prior experience at EITHER a law firm with a significant transactional practice and knowledge of contracts OR as a member of an in-house legal department negotiating commercial contracts. 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. Must have Juris Doctorate degree. from an accredited law school. Knowledge of pharmaceutical laws is preferred. Strong contract drafting and negotiation skill is essential. Ref. R26733
Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2018-05-18

Corporate Counsel, Sales And Distribution

Parsippany NJ Corporate Counsel, Sales And Distribution The candidate will negotiate and draft distribution, procurement, and credit related agreements. Advise the business in assessing initiatives in the context of broader strategic imperatives. Drive departmental initiatives, including the development or redesign of legal support processes to increase efficiencies and better align to the needs of the business. Serve as a trusted advisor for several specialty areas within the Retail Sales organization. Advise on a broad range of strategic retail initiatives. Effectively and efficiently engage and manage outside counsel relationships. Must have JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school, with admission to the state bar and the ability to become a licensed attorney or in-house counsel in the State of New Jersey. Should have 7+ years of experience as a business attorney, with relevant in-house and/or top law firm experience. Must have experience handling complex distribution matters and often a high volume of work with the ability to prioritize, work efficiently, meet demanding deadlines, and balance multiple tasks in a fast-paced sales environment. Experience or working knowledge of antitrust, franchise laws, creditor s rights and secured transactions strongly preferred. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2018-05-17

Senior Counsel - Compliance

Newark NJ Senior Counsel - Compliance The candidate will provide day-to-day legal advice and counsel on compliance-related issues as they arise across all businesses, including import/export and international trade compliance, antitrust, anticorruption, data protection, and privacy. Coordinate with the company s government affairs offices, government agencies, rulemaking bodies, and industry associations to advance the company s position on various compliance issues. Perform additional duties and responsibilities, as assigned, in support of the company s compliance and ethics program, including risk assessments, audits, internal investigations, and employee engagement. Should have Law degree from an ABA accredited law school. Must have admission to practice law in a state bar in Good Standing. Should have 5+ years experience in handling compliance-related issues. Should preferably have OEM manufacturing, business to business solutions, consumer electronics, avionics, automotive, electronics, software, telecommunications (especially satellite based), batteries, energy, and maintenance services industries experience. Import and export control compliance, including specific knowledge and understanding of the EAR and ITAR, and international trade compliance, including specific knowledge and understanding of compliance with the Trade Agreements Act and Buy American Act is a plus. Experience in government enforcement, court and/or administrative proceedings are beneficial. Experience with privacy, cybersecurity, audits of third parties, risk assessments, and internal investigations are beneficial. Experience developing communications to a multicultural employee base in support of the compliance and ethics programs is beneficial. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-05-17

Compliance Attorney

Mount Laurel NJ Compliance Attorney The candidate will oversee regulatory compliance of title and escrow operations throughout the country. Will recommend and implement compliance initiatives which match the title industry regulatory environment as well provide legal support in relation to key regulatory requirements impacting the title industry at the state and federal level (including RESPA and state level equivalents). Responsibilities will include overseeing internal audits of the company, and of potential acquisitions targets, as well as dealing with external audits and vetting requests. Will provide advice and counsel to team players on legal and regulatory requirements as needed. Involved with implementing the Corporate Compliance Program designed and run by our parent company. Respond to legal inquiries from, and provide legal advice to, team players. Develop compliance initiatives as needed to address changing regulatory and legal requirements. Liaison with title industry groups. Supervise audits of internal operations. Conduct diligence of potential acquisition targets. Conduct internal investigations. Work with business unit leaders to increase awareness of the importance of the Corporate Compliance program, including the leaders' reporting obligations thereto. Coordinate with the Ethics and Compliance group of our parent company, Realogy Holdings Corp. Assist General Counsel with various other legal and department initiatives. Must have 5-8 years experience in title/escrow industry primarily in a compliance and/or legal role. Should be admitted and in good standing to practice law in the State of New Jersey (or have the ability to get a Limited License to practice in NJ as in-house counsel). In-house experience is preferred. Knowledge of title industry and familiarity title industry related laws regulations (e.g. RESPA) is needed. Legal 5 - 8 Full-time 2018-05-17

Senior Corporate Counsel

Summit NJ Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will be advising clients on FDA regulatory matters and compliance with laws, regulations, industry standards and company policies that arise throughout the product lifecycle. Will be providing legal advice and business counsel on innovative marketing and sales strategies, activities and programs, with a primary focus on review of advertising and promotional strategies and materials, and digital and social media initiatives for products in the Company s Hematology-Oncology Franchise. Working with clients to develop appropriate and compliant strategies for interacting with healthcare providers and other stakeholders. Providing legal counsel on health care laws, including the Federal Anti-Kickback Statute, False Claims Act and related health care legal obligations. Providing and coordinating legal support as a member of cross-functional teams supporting the assigned therapeutic area in the Hematology-Oncology Franchise. Supporting the Global and U.S. Corporate Compliance teams in establishing, embedding and enforcing firm's healthcare compliance policies and related laws, codes and regulations. Working closely with other Law Department colleagues and Compliance professionals to provide consistent and efficient legal and compliance support to the Company.

The candidate must have 7 years of legal experience, inclusive of 5 years of legal experience in a pharmaceutical company, healthcare-related law firm and/or regulatory agency. Must have expertise in relevant federal and state laws, regulations, rules and guidance as well as industry codes and principles impacting pharmaceutical manufacturers, focused on drug labeling, drug advertising, fraud and abuse (anti-kickback, off-label promotion), product liability, etc. Knowledge of enforcement landscape, including relevant industry investigations, litigation and settlements is required. Must have demonstrated experience in thinking critically to identify and analyze complex, novel, and challenging issues and timely providing compliant, practical, creative and implementable solutions. Excellent communication skills (both verbal and written); strong leadership skills is required. Experience with digital and social media policies, regulations, guidance and industry practice is required. Background in hematology or oncology products preferred. Must have experience drafting and reviewing written compliance policies and SOPs. Must have Admission to the N.J. Must have Admission to State Bar or eligible to obtain a N.J. limited license for in-house counsel.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2018-05-16

Associate General Counsel, Commercial and Corporate Business Functions

Basking Ridge NJ Associate General Counsel, Commercial and Corporate Business Functions The candidate will manage a team of attorneys providing innovative and strategic legal support and solutions related to commercialization of the Company s products. Will manage and coordinate outside legal services and manages the portion of the Legal Affairs budget dedicated to support outside legal services supporting the Company s commercial brands. Monitor current developments germane to the pharmaceutical industry and legal issues generally in order to provide on proactive basis timely information valuable to the Company s Commercial Brands and/or various business functions on developing legal and business/commercial issues. Oversees the effective delivery of legal services to the Company s Commercial Brand Teams on promotional and advertising materials, messaging, and strategy relating to the Company s commercial products. At all-time maintains strong awareness of the operations of the Marketing, Managed Markets, and Sales Training Departments and ensures successful relationships with such department. Manages a team of attorneys who work as part of interdepartmental brand teams to review promotional and advertising materials, training materials, program designs, as well as vendor contracting support and develops legal strategies and programs which maximize business opportunity and minimize legal risks to the Company and commercial brands. Ensures consistent and timely legal review and analysis across all brands. Advises senior management and brand teams about key issues regarding same. Proposes and manages legal projects to support the mission of the Company. Reports to and consults with supervisor regarding significant, mission critical, and strategic issues. Manages team of attorneys providing innovative and strategic legal support and solutions related to commercialization of the Company s products. Additionally responsible for managing lawyers assigned to act as and/or acting as lead lawyer to specific corporate business functions as assigned across the commercial and administrative function and/or the Company such as, for example, Human Resources, Compliance, Finance, IT, Managed Markets, Marketing, Sales Training, Supply Chain, etc. Leads cross-functional project teams to address new Company initiatives or special projects internal to Daiichi Sankyo as well as projects involving external business partners and/or other entities as may be identified by the General Counsel. Under the supervision of the General Counsel, develop overall legal risk management strategies for the company in key corporate business areas. Supervises trains, manages, and delegates work assignments to attorneys reporting to this position. Ensures that the legal support that is provided is of high quality, provided in a proactive, timely, consistent, and value-added manner. Ensures legal staff maintains successful relationships with peers and colleagues within the Legal Affairs Department and other departments in the organization. Serves as a first resource, mentor and advisor to attorneys reporting to this position. Provides guidance and training to attorney including fraud & abuse issues, review of promotional materials, reimbursement/rebate/pricing, business contracting support, relationship management, etc. Creates, implements and presents training programs and materials on legal issues for various departments, including for Finance. Monitors current developments in several key legal areas and provides Senior Management and other business leaders with updates regarding same. Leads or participates on cross-functional project management teams set up to address mid-sized to large Company-driven initiatives or special projects internal to the Company as well as project involving external business partners and/or other entities. Monitors current developments in several key legal areas and provides Senior Management and other business leaders with updates regarding same (including Legal Affairs Department colleagues). Works independently and, as appropriate, in collaboration with other departments in developing, implementing and presenting training materials on various legal issues pertaining to assigned business areas. Such training materials may be presented to functions supported by this position (or by them) but would also be available for use by the Legal Affairs Department generally.

The candidate must have a Bachelor s Degree from an accredited college or university. JD degree and Bar Admission in NJ (direct admission or eligible for limited in-house licensing in NJ) is required. Should have 10+ years of post-law school experience, including broad pharmaceutical industry experience, in multiple disciplines (Food Drug & Cosmetic Act, Anti-Kickback, Antitrust, Clinical Drug Development, International Law, etc.). 5+ years of experience in review process of promotional material and/or commercial regulatory experience is required. Experience in Oncology products preferred. 8 or more years of in-house pharmaceutical legal experience is needed. Familiarity in other legal disciplines also preferred (for example, Employment Law, Benefits and ERISA law, acting as legal advisor to other business functions is must (such as Finance, IT, auditing, compliance, etc. also preferred.)
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-05-16

Corporate Privacy And Regulatory Counsel

Holmdel NJ Corporate Privacy and Regulatory Counsel Responsibilities: Understand, interpret, and apply current domestic and global privacy laws and regulations, and other laws and regulations, applicable to ' business and long-term plans. Work closely with the different areas of the business to provide strategic and proactive legal advice on regulatory matters, strategies, and product designs. Collaborate with legal department colleagues and the business on various legal and regulatory issues, with an emphasis on privacy, information security, and other regulatory compliance. Assist in implementing updates to policies and processes for the business to address legal and regulatory requirements, including domestic and global privacy, bribery, and marketing and communications. Assist in driving compliance through drafting, reviewing, updating, and helping to audit and enforce internal policies and procedures, as well as, conducting various compliance training workshops. Assist in conducting annual privacy and regulatory compliance risk management assessment and driving compliance related corrective action and remediation plans. Assist with litigation matters, as necessary. Mentor other team members. Conduct research on a variety of legal issues and act as an expert on several key areas. Consistently ensure that business is conducted with integrity at all times and that behavior aligns with policies, procedures, and core competencies.

The candidate should have Bachelor's Degree and Juris Doctor from an accredited law school. Member in good standing with any state Bar in the United States (and willing to become a member of the New Jersey Bar). Should have 5+ years of legal experience at a law firm or government regulatory agency or in an in-house role. 7+ years of related experience is preferred. Experience with US and foreign privacy laws required. Specific desired experience includes such privacy laws as the Fair Credit Reporting Act, Gramm-Leach Bliley Act, Telephone Consumer Protection Act, the Canadian Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act, the European Union Data Protection Directive, General Data Protection Regulation, Massachusetts Standards (201 C.M.R. 17), California Online Privacy Protection Act. Familiarity with US and foreign employment and marketing laws also would be beneficial. Experience in researching and analyzing state, federal, and foreign laws and regulations. Ability to analyze case law and provide recommendations. Strong communication and interpersonal skills. Strong customer orientation focus and success in creating a superior Customer Experience. Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing with the Management and Executive Team, and company employees. Proficient in the MS Office Suite.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2018-05-11
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Senior Corporate Counsel
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Director, Employment Litigation Counsel
In-House,Burlington Coat Factory.
Location : Burlington, NJ, United States

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Senior Counsel - Government Investigations
Refer job# TGFC139179
 
Senior Counsel - Government Investigations The candidate will manage all aspects of governmental enforcement inquiries, investigations or actions received by the Company globally. Responsibilities include: interacting with government personnel, conducting internal investigations and working collaboratively with the company's Office of Compliance and Ethics as well as with other in-house lawyers, Internal Audit, Corporate Security, and other investigative functions. Must have 8+ years of legal experience (preferably with Federal prosecutorial and/or enforcement experience), some of which should include having worked in-house or in a law firm. Experience with and understanding of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act is extremely important. Experience with current federal and state pharmaceutical enforcement environment, and relevant statutes and regulations (including the FDCA, False Claims Act, and anti-kickback statutes) is highly preferred. Report to the Vice-President and Associate General Counsel, Litigation and Government Investigations.
 
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Executive Director, Senior Counsel - Labor and Employment
Refer job# ZTDP139185
 
Executive Director, Senior Counsel - Labor and Employment The candidate will advise Human Resources, Compliance and Legal colleagues on employment and labor law issues. Lead review/resolution process for matters concerning colleagues and their employment with (e.g., leave of absence, performance management, severance, compliance). Provide counsel and coaching to Human Resources business partners to address matters from the earliest stage. Lead resolution of employment disputes (including mediation) prior to formal litigation/arbitration stage; support litigation team in connection with employment arbitration and litigation. Conduct analyses related to employment level changes arising from acquisitions or other workforce restructurings to ensure compliance with applicable laws. Provide guidance and support for employee relations, including interpretation of policy and agreement provisions. Manage periodic government reporting (VETS, EEO-1, AAP). Remain contemporary in employment law practices; update practices as needed. Engage and manage outside counsel for above matters as needed. Undergraduate degree is essential. Should have JD degree from a top law school, with strong grades. Must have 8+ years of experience (including in a major law firm) with focus on employment/labor law. New York or New Jersey Bar Admission is essential. In-house employment law experience; pharmaceutical company experience preferred.
 
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Corporate Counsel - Cloud Computing and Data Cloud
Refer job# CIBX139147
 
Corporate Counsel - Cloud Computing and Data Cloud The candidate will join a team of attorneys with an interesting and diverse technology law practice focusing on various transactions involving: cloud computing, proprietary and open source software licensing, software hosting, professional consulting services, business process outsourcing, data privacy/security, hardware sales, distribution arrangements, as well as general corporate matters. May perform litigation on company's behalf or coordinate litigation and other legal, administrative or investigative actions handled by outside counsel. May draft, review, and negotiate major and/or non-standard technology contracts with public and private sector customers, including licensing agreements, professional services agreements, and cloud services agreements. May advise on legal issues involving government and regulatory compliance. Respond to ad hoc queries to include identification, analysis, and evaluation of risks in order to provide appropriate legal solutions. Work closely with other lawyers throughout company and coordinates legal matters handled by outside lawyers. Demonstrate deep general commercial or functional knowledge across a sub discipline within the individual's specialty area(s), (e.g., general corporate law, antitrust/competition law, securities compliance and regulatory, employment law, immigration law, cloud transactions, data privacy, risk management asset-backed financing, contract management, intellectual property, trade secrets, advertising law, registration and other resolutions specific to the computer and technology industry).

The candidate should preferably have a Bachelor's degree in computer science, computer engineering, or similar background. Should also have a J.D. degree from a top law school. Must have 5-7 years of relevant legal experience. Significant commercial negotiating and contract drafting experience is required. Proven ability to lead a variety of tasks, evaluate alternatives quickly, and provide top quality legal assistance and support to executive-level clients is required. Experience with commercial transactions involving Cloud Computing, Software-as-a-Service, social media technology is highly preferred. Admission to practice law in the US is essential.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Us Legal Operations
Refer job# CEXV139121
 
Corporate Counsel, US Legal Operations The candidate 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, contract manufacturing agreements. Will secondarily, may draft/negotiate on contracts with experts such as: Investigator Sponsored Studies, advisory boards, sponsorships, grants. Analyze contracts for FCPA, fraud and abuse, FDA, and other regulatory compliance. Keep up to date on current 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 templates. Draft playbooks for deviations from templates. Draft SOPs for contracting in North America. Prepare training materials and conducting training on using templates or on 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. Audit work of trained users who draft or negotiate contracts (outside of Legal function).

The candidate must have 2-5 years of post-J.D. experience, including prior experience at EITHER a law firm with a significant transactional practice and knowledge of contracts OR as a member of an in-house legal department negotiating commercial contracts. 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. Must have Juris Doctorate degree. from an accredited law school. Knowledge of pharmaceutical laws is preferred. Strong contract drafting and negotiation skill is essential. Ref. R26733
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, Sales And Distribution
Refer job# XWBH139093
 
Corporate Counsel, Sales And Distribution The candidate will negotiate and draft distribution, procurement, and credit related agreements. Advise the business in assessing initiatives in the context of broader strategic imperatives. Drive departmental initiatives, including the development or redesign of legal support processes to increase efficiencies and better align to the needs of the business. Serve as a trusted advisor for several specialty areas within the Retail Sales organization. Advise on a broad range of strategic retail initiatives. Effectively and efficiently engage and manage outside counsel relationships. Must have JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school, with admission to the state bar and the ability to become a licensed attorney or in-house counsel in the State of New Jersey. Should have 7+ years of experience as a business attorney, with relevant in-house and/or top law firm experience. Must have experience handling complex distribution matters and often a high volume of work with the ability to prioritize, work efficiently, meet demanding deadlines, and balance multiple tasks in a fast-paced sales environment. Experience or working knowledge of antitrust, franchise laws, creditor s rights and secured transactions strongly preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Counsel - Compliance
Refer job# ICFF139109
 
Senior Counsel - Compliance The candidate will provide day-to-day legal advice and counsel on compliance-related issues as they arise across all businesses, including import/export and international trade compliance, antitrust, anticorruption, data protection, and privacy. Coordinate with the company s government affairs offices, government agencies, rulemaking bodies, and industry associations to advance the company s position on various compliance issues. Perform additional duties and responsibilities, as assigned, in support of the company s compliance and ethics program, including risk assessments, audits, internal investigations, and employee engagement. Should have Law degree from an ABA accredited law school. Must have admission to practice law in a state bar in Good Standing. Should have 5+ years experience in handling compliance-related issues. Should preferably have OEM manufacturing, business to business solutions, consumer electronics, avionics, automotive, electronics, software, telecommunications (especially satellite based), batteries, energy, and maintenance services industries experience. Import and export control compliance, including specific knowledge and understanding of the EAR and ITAR, and international trade compliance, including specific knowledge and understanding of compliance with the Trade Agreements Act and Buy American Act is a plus. Experience in government enforcement, court and/or administrative proceedings are beneficial. Experience with privacy, cybersecurity, audits of third parties, risk assessments, and internal investigations are beneficial. Experience developing communications to a multicultural employee base in support of the compliance and ethics programs is beneficial.
 
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Compliance Attorney
Refer job# OCFA139113
 
Compliance Attorney The candidate will oversee regulatory compliance of title and escrow operations throughout the country. Will recommend and implement compliance initiatives which match the title industry regulatory environment as well provide legal support in relation to key regulatory requirements impacting the title industry at the state and federal level (including RESPA and state level equivalents). Responsibilities will include overseeing internal audits of the company, and of potential acquisitions targets, as well as dealing with external audits and vetting requests. Will provide advice and counsel to team players on legal and regulatory requirements as needed. Involved with implementing the Corporate Compliance Program designed and run by our parent company. Respond to legal inquiries from, and provide legal advice to, team players. Develop compliance initiatives as needed to address changing regulatory and legal requirements. Liaison with title industry groups. Supervise audits of internal operations. Conduct diligence of potential acquisition targets. Conduct internal investigations. Work with business unit leaders to increase awareness of the importance of the Corporate Compliance program, including the leaders' reporting obligations thereto. Coordinate with the Ethics and Compliance group of our parent company, Realogy Holdings Corp. Assist General Counsel with various other legal and department initiatives. Must have 5-8 years experience in title/escrow industry primarily in a compliance and/or legal role. Should be admitted and in good standing to practice law in the State of New Jersey (or have the ability to get a Limited License to practice in NJ as in-house counsel). In-house experience is preferred. Knowledge of title industry and familiarity title industry related laws regulations (e.g. RESPA) is needed.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# XUBG139069
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will be advising clients on FDA regulatory matters and compliance with laws, regulations, industry standards and company policies that arise throughout the product lifecycle. Will be providing legal advice and business counsel on innovative marketing and sales strategies, activities and programs, with a primary focus on review of advertising and promotional strategies and materials, and digital and social media initiatives for products in the Company s Hematology-Oncology Franchise. Working with clients to develop appropriate and compliant strategies for interacting with healthcare providers and other stakeholders. Providing legal counsel on health care laws, including the Federal Anti-Kickback Statute, False Claims Act and related health care legal obligations. Providing and coordinating legal support as a member of cross-functional teams supporting the assigned therapeutic area in the Hematology-Oncology Franchise. Supporting the Global and U.S. Corporate Compliance teams in establishing, embedding and enforcing firm's healthcare compliance policies and related laws, codes and regulations. Working closely with other Law Department colleagues and Compliance professionals to provide consistent and efficient legal and compliance support to the Company.

The candidate must have 7 years of legal experience, inclusive of 5 years of legal experience in a pharmaceutical company, healthcare-related law firm and/or regulatory agency. Must have expertise in relevant federal and state laws, regulations, rules and guidance as well as industry codes and principles impacting pharmaceutical manufacturers, focused on drug labeling, drug advertising, fraud and abuse (anti-kickback, off-label promotion), product liability, etc. Knowledge of enforcement landscape, including relevant industry investigations, litigation and settlements is required. Must have demonstrated experience in thinking critically to identify and analyze complex, novel, and challenging issues and timely providing compliant, practical, creative and implementable solutions. Excellent communication skills (both verbal and written); strong leadership skills is required. Experience with digital and social media policies, regulations, guidance and industry practice is required. Background in hematology or oncology products preferred. Must have experience drafting and reviewing written compliance policies and SOPs. Must have Admission to the N.J. Must have Admission to State Bar or eligible to obtain a N.J. limited license for in-house counsel.
 
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Associate General Counsel, Commercial and Corporate Business Functions
Refer job# QAWL139070
 
Associate General Counsel, Commercial and Corporate Business Functions The candidate will manage a team of attorneys providing innovative and strategic legal support and solutions related to commercialization of the Company s products. Will manage and coordinate outside legal services and manages the portion of the Legal Affairs budget dedicated to support outside legal services supporting the Company s commercial brands. Monitor current developments germane to the pharmaceutical industry and legal issues generally in order to provide on proactive basis timely information valuable to the Company s Commercial Brands and/or various business functions on developing legal and business/commercial issues. Oversees the effective delivery of legal services to the Company s Commercial Brand Teams on promotional and advertising materials, messaging, and strategy relating to the Company s commercial products. At all-time maintains strong awareness of the operations of the Marketing, Managed Markets, and Sales Training Departments and ensures successful relationships with such department. Manages a team of attorneys who work as part of interdepartmental brand teams to review promotional and advertising materials, training materials, program designs, as well as vendor contracting support and develops legal strategies and programs which maximize business opportunity and minimize legal risks to the Company and commercial brands. Ensures consistent and timely legal review and analysis across all brands. Advises senior management and brand teams about key issues regarding same. Proposes and manages legal projects to support the mission of the Company. Reports to and consults with supervisor regarding significant, mission critical, and strategic issues. Manages team of attorneys providing innovative and strategic legal support and solutions related to commercialization of the Company s products. Additionally responsible for managing lawyers assigned to act as and/or acting as lead lawyer to specific corporate business functions as assigned across the commercial and administrative function and/or the Company such as, for example, Human Resources, Compliance, Finance, IT, Managed Markets, Marketing, Sales Training, Supply Chain, etc. Leads cross-functional project teams to address new Company initiatives or special projects internal to Daiichi Sankyo as well as projects involving external business partners and/or other entities as may be identified by the General Counsel. Under the supervision of the General Counsel, develop overall legal risk management strategies for the company in key corporate business areas. Supervises trains, manages, and delegates work assignments to attorneys reporting to this position. Ensures that the legal support that is provided is of high quality, provided in a proactive, timely, consistent, and value-added manner. Ensures legal staff maintains successful relationships with peers and colleagues within the Legal Affairs Department and other departments in the organization. Serves as a first resource, mentor and advisor to attorneys reporting to this position. Provides guidance and training to attorney including fraud & abuse issues, review of promotional materials, reimbursement/rebate/pricing, business contracting support, relationship management, etc. Creates, implements and presents training programs and materials on legal issues for various departments, including for Finance. Monitors current developments in several key legal areas and provides Senior Management and other business leaders with updates regarding same. Leads or participates on cross-functional project management teams set up to address mid-sized to large Company-driven initiatives or special projects internal to the Company as well as project involving external business partners and/or other entities. Monitors current developments in several key legal areas and provides Senior Management and other business leaders with updates regarding same (including Legal Affairs Department colleagues). Works independently and, as appropriate, in collaboration with other departments in developing, implementing and presenting training materials on various legal issues pertaining to assigned business areas. Such training materials may be presented to functions supported by this position (or by them) but would also be available for use by the Legal Affairs Department generally.

The candidate must have a Bachelor s Degree from an accredited college or university. JD degree and Bar Admission in NJ (direct admission or eligible for limited in-house licensing in NJ) is required. Should have 10+ years of post-law school experience, including broad pharmaceutical industry experience, in multiple disciplines (Food Drug & Cosmetic Act, Anti-Kickback, Antitrust, Clinical Drug Development, International Law, etc.). 5+ years of experience in review process of promotional material and/or commercial regulatory experience is required. Experience in Oncology products preferred. 8 or more years of in-house pharmaceutical legal experience is needed. Familiarity in other legal disciplines also preferred (for example, Employment Law, Benefits and ERISA law, acting as legal advisor to other business functions is must (such as Finance, IT, auditing, compliance, etc. also preferred.)
 
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Corporate Privacy And Regulatory Counsel
Refer job# TXZD138945
 
Corporate Privacy and Regulatory Counsel Responsibilities: Understand, interpret, and apply current domestic and global privacy laws and regulations, and other laws and regulations, applicable to ' business and long-term plans. Work closely with the different areas of the business to provide strategic and proactive legal advice on regulatory matters, strategies, and product designs. Collaborate with legal department colleagues and the business on various legal and regulatory issues, with an emphasis on privacy, information security, and other regulatory compliance. Assist in implementing updates to policies and processes for the business to address legal and regulatory requirements, including domestic and global privacy, bribery, and marketing and communications. Assist in driving compliance through drafting, reviewing, updating, and helping to audit and enforce internal policies and procedures, as well as, conducting various compliance training workshops. Assist in conducting annual privacy and regulatory compliance risk management assessment and driving compliance related corrective action and remediation plans. Assist with litigation matters, as necessary. Mentor other team members. Conduct research on a variety of legal issues and act as an expert on several key areas. Consistently ensure that business is conducted with integrity at all times and that behavior aligns with policies, procedures, and core competencies.

The candidate should have Bachelor's Degree and Juris Doctor from an accredited law school. Member in good standing with any state Bar in the United States (and willing to become a member of the New Jersey Bar). Should have 5+ years of legal experience at a law firm or government regulatory agency or in an in-house role. 7+ years of related experience is preferred. Experience with US and foreign privacy laws required. Specific desired experience includes such privacy laws as the Fair Credit Reporting Act, Gramm-Leach Bliley Act, Telephone Consumer Protection Act, the Canadian Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act, the European Union Data Protection Directive, General Data Protection Regulation, Massachusetts Standards (201 C.M.R. 17), California Online Privacy Protection Act. Familiarity with US and foreign employment and marketing laws also would be beneficial. Experience in researching and analyzing state, federal, and foreign laws and regulations. Ability to analyze case law and provide recommendations. Strong communication and interpersonal skills. Strong customer orientation focus and success in creating a superior Customer Experience. Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing with the Management and Executive Team, and company employees. Proficient in the MS Office Suite.
 
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