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Senior Counsel - Technology/Data Privacy

King of Prussia PA Senior Counsel - Technology/Data Privacy Duties: Serve as the Company's technology, data privacy and cybersecurity lawyer, providing advice to the Company on legal matters related to the storage and management of information within computer networks and cyberspace, including as it relates to the internet, e-commerce, and data privacy and security, as well as drafting and negotiation of technology contracts and protection of intellectual property rights. Identify risk and partner with the business to develop risk mitigation strategies. Work with the Company's DPO to support the planning, design, development, implementation, maintenance of, and adherence to a comprehensive global privacy plan. Partner with business to help drive innovative products that are privacy centric by design. Ensure that corporate data collection, storage and protection programs are consistent and comply with legal requirements. Advise and support cybersecurity and information security leaders across the organization relating to governance, oversight, policy development, implementation, compliance, and monitoring; cyber security defense, preparedness and response; security products, systems, networks and operations. Resolve legal information-security issues involving security technology, databases, information networks, and international service delivery of technology. Advise on notification and other obligations in connection with security and privacy incidents and incident response programs. Review/draft and negotiate technology contracts; identify and assess legal risks and opportunities and advise accordingly. Advise on protection of intellectual property rights. Guide and educate the business on best practices and trends in regard to consumer protection laws, privacy laws, cyber security, and e-commerce and e-discovery issues.. Lead cross functional projects by supporting the strategic business priorities and influencing decision making.

Requirements: 10+ years of legal practice; in-house experience preferred. Strong knowledge of global privacy and cyber security laws. A strong academic record from top schools. Strong organizational skills, ability to juggle multiple priorities & meet short deadlines, and work in a very fast-paced environment. Strong advocacy, negotiation, interpersonal and legal research skills. Strategic and innovative thinker; business orientation. Effective management of outside counsel.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-08-12

Counsel Intellectual Property

Trevose PA Counsel - Intellectual Property The candidate will provide counsel and advise clients on a broad range of various domestic and international intellectual property issues across company's business. Manage patent portfolios that facilitate growth, including managing and instructing global outside counsel, making decisions on strategic filings and prosecution. Manage trademark portfolios, including managing and instructing global outside counsel, making decisions on strategic filings and prosecution. Prepare and negotiate intellectual property related agreements and support other agreements from the intellectual property perspective, such as sourcing, commercial, etc. Assist with patent evaluation screening and review boards and develop appropriate business-wide procedures to harvest, protect and defend intellectual property. Provide IP training to the business, including subjects on patents, copyrights, trade secrets and related matters. Work with the Engineering and technical teams to make freedom to operate decisions in a timely manner. Assist with reviews of technical papers and marketing claims and materials. Assess IP risks and assist with IP litigation.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school. Admission to and member in good standing of a state bar in the US. Admitted to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Should have 3 5 years active practice, in the intellectual property field, with increasing activities including experience in patent and trademark areas, drafting, preparing and negotiating intellectual property agreements, working with the business teams at all levels. BS/MS degree in Engineering, Chemical a plus. Sound judgment in developing and implementing legal process-driven solutions. Strong oral and written communication skills. Excellent interpersonal and leadership skills. Able to work effectively with all levels of the organization. Must be able to work independently and efficiently handling multiple priorities in a time pressured environment. Established analytical ability. Strong commitment to integrity and professionalism. Strong attention to detail and ability to consistently and timely complete projects. A superior academic record and work history that affirmatively demonstrates leadership and ability to push others to deliver on commitments. Substantial experience with and ability to use legal related technology. Experience advising on cybersecurity and data protection matters, drafting and the review of IT related agreements - including SaaS, license, cloud technology. Experience and familiarity within the industrial water business and related technologies.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-08-12

Part-time Insurance Defense/wc Defense Attorney

Philadelphia PA Part-time Insurance Defense/WC Defense Attorney The candidate will be responsible for preparing a fully compliant legal invoice based upon the Client's payer's billing guidelines. Will prepare legal invoices to ensure compliance with law firms' clients' guidelines. To follow specific instructions in individual matters, and deviations from appropriate and customary management and billing practices. To review all automatic changes made by the System. To perform a detailed manual review of all line entries. To generate invoice preparation reports and perform the necessary analysis of outcomes to formulate action items. To use legal expertise when assessing timing, necessity, and reasonableness of time spent on specific tasks. To communicate with the Law Firm, as necessary, to obtain clarification, documentation, or consultation. To work with the Firm's billing/administrative personnel and accounting personnel to document a process that ensures the timely and efficient preparation of invoices for submission to the client of the law firm. 2 years Insurance Defense/Workers' Compensation Defense required. Note : This is a temporary position. Legal 2 - 0 Part_time 2020-08-12

Corporate Counsel

Newtown PA Corporate Counsel ID: 2020-7400 Responsibilities: Draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of healthcare product-related commercial agreements to meet business and legal requirements, including sales, group purchasing organization member agreements, marketing and product services agreements; consulting agreements; letters of intent; confidentiality agreements, technology and licensing agreements, vendor agreements, and business associate agreements, which frequently involve innovating the nature and terms of contracting within the healthcare environment. Work together with relevant stakeholders within and outside the company to ensure regulatory compliance. Develop creative and compliant solutions to resolve business challenges and complex customer needs. Educate and guide business partners with regard to key commercial and regulatory considerations. Provide ongoing counseling and efficient implementation regarding corporate policies, initiatives and/or programs. Cooperate across cross-functional corporate business units and departments to timely achieve optimal results while minimizing risk. Participate in business development meetings and strategic planning sessions to ensure commitments and obligations are in the Company's best interest and no conflict of interest or other issues exist.

Qualifications: Law Degree - must be a graduate of an accredited law school and admitted into the State bar association. 8+ years legal experience, with significant experience in healthcare commercial transactions, technology, and regulations. Law firm experience in commercial transactions and/or mergers and acquisitions a plus. Strong background in contract law, commercial transactions, negotiations and document preparation. Ability to calmly and independently prioritize and execute tasks and demonstrate flexibility in a fast-paced environment. Goal and process oriented, with a demonstrated ability to prioritize tasks; experience and judgment to plan and accomplish objectives in efficient manner. Hands-on attorney who can manage his/her own matters, with limited use or reliance upon outside counsel.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-08-12

Counsel, Privacy & Legal Info Security

Philadelphia PA Counsel, Privacy & Legal Info Security Legal Responsibilities: Handle privacy and data protection-related inquiries from a wide range of groups across the company and provide actionable advice and legal counsel to facilitate privacy and data protection compliance. Evaluate various programs and initiatives considering applicable privacy/data protection requirements. Assist in the creation, maintenance and implementation of policies, processes, data inventories and records of processing, and associated documentation relating to processing of data. Carry out Privacy Impact Assessments relating to new business initiatives involving processing of personal information. Monitor and summarize relevant legislative developments, case law, regulatory guidance and enforcement actions in the U.S., UK, EU, Canada, China, and other international jurisdictions as needed. Consult with and supervise outside counsel to develop legal strategies and resolve issues in routine matters. Review, draft and negotiate various types of agreements (e.g., vendor/service provider agreements, customer agreements, data processing, data transfer, and data usage agreements, etc.). Conduct awareness and training efforts as needed and/or required to increase employee understanding of company privacy policies, data handling practices and procedures, and legal obligations. Educate others about and help to implement various requirements driven by privacy and data protection laws, regulations, standards and best practices, such as the California Consumer Privacy Protection Act, General Data Protection Regulation, ePrivacy Directive, and self-regulatory organizations such as DAA and NAI. Operate with a moderate level of supervision with no direct management responsibilities. Carry out/perform duties consistent with strategic plans and directives as determined by more senior level management and attorneys. Consistent exercise of sound judgment and discretion in all matters. Regular, consistent and punctual attendance. Must be able to work nights and weekends, variable schedule(s) as necessary. Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

Qualifications: JD Degree, and CIPP certification. Strong academic credentials. 3-5 years combined legal experience at a top law firm and/or in-house legal department, with at least 4 years of privacy/data protection experience. Member in good standing of PA state bar, or with ability to obtain full or limited in-house license in PA. Knowledge of and familiarity with U.S. and EU privacy and information security laws, regulations and standards, including GDPR, ePrivacy Directive, CCPA, U.S. state and federal data privacy, security, breach notification, consumer protection laws, regulations and proposed legislation, and self-regulatory organizations such as DAA and NAI. Awareness of the privacy provisions of the Cable Act and the Communications Act preferred. Demonstrated transactional experience, including reviewing, drafting and negotiating privacy and data protection contract terms and agreements, data processing, usage, and/or transfer agreements. Experience with conducting privacy impact assessments and advising on applicable legal requirements. Excellent drafting, negotiating, problem solving, and communications skills. Ability to work effectively with colleagues, management, and operations personnel. Ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines with consistently high-quality results. Self-motivated and independent, but able to discern when matters should be escalated and when further guidance is needed. Ability to translate legal requirement into practical guidance and formulate creative solutions to accomplish the company's objectives. Ability to work independently with moderate supervision. Sound judgment, strong work ethic, excellent problem solving and organization skills, practicality, a focus on business outcomes and flexibility to manage multiple matters simultaneously.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-08-10

Counsel, Privacy And Legal Info Security

Philadelphia PA Counsel, Privacy And Legal Info Security The candidate reports to VP DGC Privacy and Legal Information Security. Will support Company Cable's global privacy and information security program by providing excellent legal counsel and subject matter expertise. Handle privacy and data protection-related inquiries from a wide range of groups across the company and provide actionable advice and legal counsel to facilitate privacy and data protection compliance. Evaluate various Company programs and initiatives considering applicable privacy/data protection requirements. Assist in the creation, maintenance and implementation of policies, processes, data inventories and records of processing, and associated documentation relating to processing of data. Carry out Privacy Impact Assessments relating to new business initiatives involving processing of personal information. Monitor and summarize relevant legislative developments, case law, regulatory guidance and enforcement actions in the U.S., UK, EU, Canada, China, and other international jurisdictions as needed. Consult with and supervise outside counsel to develop legal strategies and resolve issues in routine matters. Review, draft and negotiate various types of agreements (e.g., vendor/service provider agreements, customer agreements, data processing, data transfer, and data usage agreements, etc.). Conduct awareness and training efforts as needed and/or required to increase employee understanding of company privacy policies, data handling practices and procedures, and legal obligations. Educate others about and help to implement various requirements driven by privacy and data protection laws, regulations, standards and best practices, such as the California Consumer Privacy Protection Act, General Data Protection Regulation, ePrivacy Directive, and self-regulatory organizations such as DAA and NAI. Operate with a moderate level of supervision with no direct management responsibilities. Carry out/perform duties consistent with strategic plans and directives as determined by more senior level management and attorneys. Consistent exercise of sound judgment and discretion in all matters. Regular, consistent and punctual attendance. Must be able to work nights and weekends, variable schedule(s) as necessary. Other duties and responsibilities as assigned. 3-5 years combined legal experience at a top law firm and/or in-house legal department, with at least 4 years of privacy/data protection experience. Juris Doctor (JD), and CIPP certification. Member in good standing of PA state bar, or with ability to obtain full or limited in-house license in PA. Knowledge of and familiarity with U.S. and EU privacy and information security laws, regulations and standards, including GDPR, ePrivacy Directive, CCPA, U.S. state and federal data privacy, security, breach notification, consumer protection laws, regulations and proposed legislation, and self-regulatory organizations such as DAA and NAI. Awareness of the privacy provisions of the Cable Act and the Communications Act preferred. Demonstrated transactional experience, including reviewing, drafting and negotiating privacy and data protection contract terms and agreements, data processing, usage, and/or transfer agreements. Experience with conducting privacy impact assessments and advising on applicable legal requirements. Strong academic credentials. Excellent drafting, negotiating, problem solving, and communications skills. Strong familiarity with the relevant legal and regulatory landscape in this area is required, as well as experience in providing counsel on U.S. and international data privacy and information security laws. Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-08-10

Senior Legal Counsel - Government Contracts & Program Compliance

Canonsburg PA Senior Legal Counsel - Government Contracts And Program Compliance The candidate will be responsible for: Engages proactively in sales deal execution by counseling on compliance risks to procure deals in a compliant manner. Proactively identifies risks and issues, ensures monitoring is in place, and raises issues to internal teams quickly to drive program/process improvements. Acts as a subject matter expert on government contract compliance including services delivery for pricing, procurement, supplier and subcontractor engagement, time and expense reporting, billing, cybersecurity and other areas requiring adherence to specific federal contract compliance regulations, policies and procedures. Works collaboratively with the FA&D team and provides policy, legal and strategic counsel to the FA&D team on all government contract and associated program compliance matters. Monitors adherence to specific government contract compliance-related items globally, including supervising the timely filing of all US/EU and other countries or regions lobbying reports, and coordinates with the internal business stakeholders and Internal Audit to respond to any global government contract related inquiries and audits as necessary. Drives training and assists in the design, adoption and implementation of policies and processes to foster compliance with government contracting requirements and conducting regular compliance reviews. Provides research and recommendations to management regarding federal and regional statutes, legislative activity, regulations, court opinions, administrative procedures and legal proposals on a global basis which have a significant impact to the organization and works with internal stakeholders, other members of the legal team and outside counsel to draft any proposed legislation, regulations and amendments thereto.

The candidate must have Law degree from an accredited law school and admitted to practice law in the United States. Should have 7+ years of experience practicing as an attorney with a national or international law firm and/or in-house legal department. Must have working knowledge of FAR, DFAR and DoD procurement regulations, laws, and policies. Should preferably have 2+ years of in-house experience. In-house experience at a software or technology company desired. Extensive experience with U.S. government contracts, laws and regulations preferred. Experience with international laws and regulations a plus. In-house experience overseeing government program compliance desired. Working knowledge of anti-trust, lobbying, and corporate compliance desired. Familiarity with Government Contracting Vehicles: IDIQ, MAC, GSA Schedule, Set Asides preferred.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-08-07

Attorney, Litigation & Investigations

Malvern PA Attorney, Litigation & Investigations Duties: Under the direction of Litigation Counsel, the Litigation & Investigations Attorney oversees the investigation and handling of litigation, investigation, and claims files. Overseeing and managing outside counsel in a wide variety of litigation and investigation matters, developing strategy, managing discovery, monitoring and managing legal expense, and anticipating future litigation trends. Provide sound evaluation of liability and damages issues, and practical assessment of strategies and risks. Time involves working with business units to provide appropriate internal legal support and practical and timely advice to mitigate risk. Assists in strategy and management of a variety of complex litigation and investigation matters. Supervises and provides hands-on oversight of outside counsel, experts, and vendors. Manages and coordinates discovery, including litigation holds, information gathering, e-discovery, document collections, and privilege reviews. Represents the company and its employees in meetings and negotiations and in responding to inquiries from various third parties; assists in preparing company employees for deposition. Assists with budgeting and bill review. Assesses business and legal risks. Anticipates future litigation trends. Identifies opportunities for efficiencies; coordinates with colleagues and vendors on process improvements. Assists with internal investigations. Assists with drafting, updating and implementing legal policies and procedures and conducting trainings. Working with business units to provide appropriate internal legal support and practical and timely advice to mitigate risk. Supports business units in connection with agreement preparation and negotiation and general legal advice. Assists with special projects as needed.

Qualifications: JD degree from an ABA accredited law school; top 20% and/or law review and/or clerkship preferred. Admission to state bar required. 5+ years' legal experience and handling litigation and/or investigation matters, particularly matters involving products liability, consumer protection, government investigations, antitrust, and/or securities. Experience should include managing all aspects of discovery (e-discovery, document collections, privilege reviews, etc.). 5+ years of large law firm experience preferred. Pharmaceutical/life sciences industry experience preferred. Proficiency in a body of information required for the job e.g. knowledge of FDA regulations, GMP/GLP/GCP, Lean Manufacturing, Six-Sigma, etc. Strong understanding of litigation process. Basic contract terms and conditions. Strong computer skills. Ability and desire to join and fully participate in a team-oriented, fast-paced, and dynamic organization. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Superior legal and business judgment and client-counseling skills. Detail-oriented. Proven ability to manage multiple, competing priorities on a regular basis. Problem-solving skills. Business acumen. Timely decision-making. Collaboration skills. Conflict management skills.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-08-07

Senior Litigation Associate (underwriting Counsel)

Philadelphia PA Senior Litigation Associate (Underwriting Counsel) The candidate will be calling the shots on real-time investment decisions. Will be using cutting edge legal tech to invest in litigation led by the best firms. Legal research and due diligence on investment opportunities. Preparation of investment memos. Real-time negotiation with plaintiffs and attorneys over investment terms and pricing. Training and working closely with the engineering team to translate legal knowledge into automation.

The candidate should have J.D. from top 20 law school. Must have 4+ years as litigation associate at AmLaw 200 firm and/or comparable boutique firms. 1+ trials chaired. Experience in several of the following areas: commercial litigation, breach of contract, intellectual property, employment disputes, whistleblower claims, earn-out disputes is required.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-08-05

Senior Litigation Associate (underwriting Counsel)

Pittsburgh PA Senior Litigation Associate (Underwriting Counsel) The candidate will be calling the shots on real-time investment decisions. Will be using cutting edge legal tech to invest in litigation led by the best firms. Legal research and due diligence on investment opportunities. Preparation of investment memos. Real-time negotiation with plaintiffs and attorneys over investment terms and pricing. Training and working closely with the engineering team to translate legal knowledge into automation.

The candidate should have J.D. from top 20 law school. Must have 4+ years as litigation associate at AmLaw 200 firm and/or comparable boutique firms. 1+ trials chaired. Experience in several of the following areas: commercial litigation, breach of contract, intellectual property, employment disputes, whistleblower claims, earn-out disputes is required.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-08-05
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Transactional Real Estate and Finance Attorney / Outsourced In-House Counsel
In-House,Rittenhouse Law
Location : Philadelphia Pennsylvania United States

Job Description Position Description: Rittenhouse Law (?RL?) is a boutique firm focusing on developers, investors, family offices and privately held companies in a wide variety of commercial real estate transactions. The firm has extensive exp... + read more

aug 11, 2020


Staff Attorney
In-House,AMETEK, Inc.
Location : Berwyn, PA, United States

Staff Attorney The candidate will be responsible for navigating legal and business issues in a complex domestic and international environment, supporting 45+ business units worldwide. Draft and negotiate large-scale commercial contracts including su... + read more

aug 12, 2020


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Senior Counsel - Technology/Data Privacy
Refer job# JCMP151166
 
Senior Counsel - Technology/Data Privacy Duties: Serve as the Company's technology, data privacy and cybersecurity lawyer, providing advice to the Company on legal matters related to the storage and management of information within computer networks and cyberspace, including as it relates to the internet, e-commerce, and data privacy and security, as well as drafting and negotiation of technology contracts and protection of intellectual property rights. Identify risk and partner with the business to develop risk mitigation strategies. Work with the Company's DPO to support the planning, design, development, implementation, maintenance of, and adherence to a comprehensive global privacy plan. Partner with business to help drive innovative products that are privacy centric by design. Ensure that corporate data collection, storage and protection programs are consistent and comply with legal requirements. Advise and support cybersecurity and information security leaders across the organization relating to governance, oversight, policy development, implementation, compliance, and monitoring; cyber security defense, preparedness and response; security products, systems, networks and operations. Resolve legal information-security issues involving security technology, databases, information networks, and international service delivery of technology. Advise on notification and other obligations in connection with security and privacy incidents and incident response programs. Review/draft and negotiate technology contracts; identify and assess legal risks and opportunities and advise accordingly. Advise on protection of intellectual property rights. Guide and educate the business on best practices and trends in regard to consumer protection laws, privacy laws, cyber security, and e-commerce and e-discovery issues.. Lead cross functional projects by supporting the strategic business priorities and influencing decision making.

Requirements: 10+ years of legal practice; in-house experience preferred. Strong knowledge of global privacy and cyber security laws. A strong academic record from top schools. Strong organizational skills, ability to juggle multiple priorities & meet short deadlines, and work in a very fast-paced environment. Strong advocacy, negotiation, interpersonal and legal research skills. Strategic and innovative thinker; business orientation. Effective management of outside counsel.
 
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Counsel Intellectual Property
Refer job# QXBI151167
 
Counsel - Intellectual Property The candidate will provide counsel and advise clients on a broad range of various domestic and international intellectual property issues across company's business. Manage patent portfolios that facilitate growth, including managing and instructing global outside counsel, making decisions on strategic filings and prosecution. Manage trademark portfolios, including managing and instructing global outside counsel, making decisions on strategic filings and prosecution. Prepare and negotiate intellectual property related agreements and support other agreements from the intellectual property perspective, such as sourcing, commercial, etc. Assist with patent evaluation screening and review boards and develop appropriate business-wide procedures to harvest, protect and defend intellectual property. Provide IP training to the business, including subjects on patents, copyrights, trade secrets and related matters. Work with the Engineering and technical teams to make freedom to operate decisions in a timely manner. Assist with reviews of technical papers and marketing claims and materials. Assess IP risks and assist with IP litigation.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school. Admission to and member in good standing of a state bar in the US. Admitted to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Should have 3 5 years active practice, in the intellectual property field, with increasing activities including experience in patent and trademark areas, drafting, preparing and negotiating intellectual property agreements, working with the business teams at all levels. BS/MS degree in Engineering, Chemical a plus. Sound judgment in developing and implementing legal process-driven solutions. Strong oral and written communication skills. Excellent interpersonal and leadership skills. Able to work effectively with all levels of the organization. Must be able to work independently and efficiently handling multiple priorities in a time pressured environment. Established analytical ability. Strong commitment to integrity and professionalism. Strong attention to detail and ability to consistently and timely complete projects. A superior academic record and work history that affirmatively demonstrates leadership and ability to push others to deliver on commitments. Substantial experience with and ability to use legal related technology. Experience advising on cybersecurity and data protection matters, drafting and the review of IT related agreements - including SaaS, license, cloud technology. Experience and familiarity within the industrial water business and related technologies.
 
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Part-time Insurance Defense/wc Defense Attorney
Refer job# RVAH151182
 
Part-time Insurance Defense/WC Defense Attorney The candidate will be responsible for preparing a fully compliant legal invoice based upon the Client's payer's billing guidelines. Will prepare legal invoices to ensure compliance with law firms' clients' guidelines. To follow specific instructions in individual matters, and deviations from appropriate and customary management and billing practices. To review all automatic changes made by the System. To perform a detailed manual review of all line entries. To generate invoice preparation reports and perform the necessary analysis of outcomes to formulate action items. To use legal expertise when assessing timing, necessity, and reasonableness of time spent on specific tasks. To communicate with the Law Firm, as necessary, to obtain clarification, documentation, or consultation. To work with the Firm's billing/administrative personnel and accounting personnel to document a process that ensures the timely and efficient preparation of invoices for submission to the client of the law firm. 2 years Insurance Defense/Workers' Compensation Defense required. Note : This is a temporary position.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# COGU151184
 
Corporate Counsel ID: 2020-7400 Responsibilities: Draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of healthcare product-related commercial agreements to meet business and legal requirements, including sales, group purchasing organization member agreements, marketing and product services agreements; consulting agreements; letters of intent; confidentiality agreements, technology and licensing agreements, vendor agreements, and business associate agreements, which frequently involve innovating the nature and terms of contracting within the healthcare environment. Work together with relevant stakeholders within and outside the company to ensure regulatory compliance. Develop creative and compliant solutions to resolve business challenges and complex customer needs. Educate and guide business partners with regard to key commercial and regulatory considerations. Provide ongoing counseling and efficient implementation regarding corporate policies, initiatives and/or programs. Cooperate across cross-functional corporate business units and departments to timely achieve optimal results while minimizing risk. Participate in business development meetings and strategic planning sessions to ensure commitments and obligations are in the Company's best interest and no conflict of interest or other issues exist.

Qualifications: Law Degree - must be a graduate of an accredited law school and admitted into the State bar association. 8+ years legal experience, with significant experience in healthcare commercial transactions, technology, and regulations. Law firm experience in commercial transactions and/or mergers and acquisitions a plus. Strong background in contract law, commercial transactions, negotiations and document preparation. Ability to calmly and independently prioritize and execute tasks and demonstrate flexibility in a fast-paced environment. Goal and process oriented, with a demonstrated ability to prioritize tasks; experience and judgment to plan and accomplish objectives in efficient manner. Hands-on attorney who can manage his/her own matters, with limited use or reliance upon outside counsel.
 
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Counsel, Privacy & Legal Info Security
Refer job# KDQN151122
 
Counsel, Privacy & Legal Info Security Legal Responsibilities: Handle privacy and data protection-related inquiries from a wide range of groups across the company and provide actionable advice and legal counsel to facilitate privacy and data protection compliance. Evaluate various programs and initiatives considering applicable privacy/data protection requirements. Assist in the creation, maintenance and implementation of policies, processes, data inventories and records of processing, and associated documentation relating to processing of data. Carry out Privacy Impact Assessments relating to new business initiatives involving processing of personal information. Monitor and summarize relevant legislative developments, case law, regulatory guidance and enforcement actions in the U.S., UK, EU, Canada, China, and other international jurisdictions as needed. Consult with and supervise outside counsel to develop legal strategies and resolve issues in routine matters. Review, draft and negotiate various types of agreements (e.g., vendor/service provider agreements, customer agreements, data processing, data transfer, and data usage agreements, etc.). Conduct awareness and training efforts as needed and/or required to increase employee understanding of company privacy policies, data handling practices and procedures, and legal obligations. Educate others about and help to implement various requirements driven by privacy and data protection laws, regulations, standards and best practices, such as the California Consumer Privacy Protection Act, General Data Protection Regulation, ePrivacy Directive, and self-regulatory organizations such as DAA and NAI. Operate with a moderate level of supervision with no direct management responsibilities. Carry out/perform duties consistent with strategic plans and directives as determined by more senior level management and attorneys. Consistent exercise of sound judgment and discretion in all matters. Regular, consistent and punctual attendance. Must be able to work nights and weekends, variable schedule(s) as necessary. Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

Qualifications: JD Degree, and CIPP certification. Strong academic credentials. 3-5 years combined legal experience at a top law firm and/or in-house legal department, with at least 4 years of privacy/data protection experience. Member in good standing of PA state bar, or with ability to obtain full or limited in-house license in PA. Knowledge of and familiarity with U.S. and EU privacy and information security laws, regulations and standards, including GDPR, ePrivacy Directive, CCPA, U.S. state and federal data privacy, security, breach notification, consumer protection laws, regulations and proposed legislation, and self-regulatory organizations such as DAA and NAI. Awareness of the privacy provisions of the Cable Act and the Communications Act preferred. Demonstrated transactional experience, including reviewing, drafting and negotiating privacy and data protection contract terms and agreements, data processing, usage, and/or transfer agreements. Experience with conducting privacy impact assessments and advising on applicable legal requirements. Excellent drafting, negotiating, problem solving, and communications skills. Ability to work effectively with colleagues, management, and operations personnel. Ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines with consistently high-quality results. Self-motivated and independent, but able to discern when matters should be escalated and when further guidance is needed. Ability to translate legal requirement into practical guidance and formulate creative solutions to accomplish the company's objectives. Ability to work independently with moderate supervision. Sound judgment, strong work ethic, excellent problem solving and organization skills, practicality, a focus on business outcomes and flexibility to manage multiple matters simultaneously.
 
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Counsel, Privacy And Legal Info Security
Refer job# OZTK151125
 
Counsel, Privacy And Legal Info Security The candidate reports to VP DGC Privacy and Legal Information Security. Will support Company Cable's global privacy and information security program by providing excellent legal counsel and subject matter expertise. Handle privacy and data protection-related inquiries from a wide range of groups across the company and provide actionable advice and legal counsel to facilitate privacy and data protection compliance. Evaluate various Company programs and initiatives considering applicable privacy/data protection requirements. Assist in the creation, maintenance and implementation of policies, processes, data inventories and records of processing, and associated documentation relating to processing of data. Carry out Privacy Impact Assessments relating to new business initiatives involving processing of personal information. Monitor and summarize relevant legislative developments, case law, regulatory guidance and enforcement actions in the U.S., UK, EU, Canada, China, and other international jurisdictions as needed. Consult with and supervise outside counsel to develop legal strategies and resolve issues in routine matters. Review, draft and negotiate various types of agreements (e.g., vendor/service provider agreements, customer agreements, data processing, data transfer, and data usage agreements, etc.). Conduct awareness and training efforts as needed and/or required to increase employee understanding of company privacy policies, data handling practices and procedures, and legal obligations. Educate others about and help to implement various requirements driven by privacy and data protection laws, regulations, standards and best practices, such as the California Consumer Privacy Protection Act, General Data Protection Regulation, ePrivacy Directive, and self-regulatory organizations such as DAA and NAI. Operate with a moderate level of supervision with no direct management responsibilities. Carry out/perform duties consistent with strategic plans and directives as determined by more senior level management and attorneys. Consistent exercise of sound judgment and discretion in all matters. Regular, consistent and punctual attendance. Must be able to work nights and weekends, variable schedule(s) as necessary. Other duties and responsibilities as assigned. 3-5 years combined legal experience at a top law firm and/or in-house legal department, with at least 4 years of privacy/data protection experience. Juris Doctor (JD), and CIPP certification. Member in good standing of PA state bar, or with ability to obtain full or limited in-house license in PA. Knowledge of and familiarity with U.S. and EU privacy and information security laws, regulations and standards, including GDPR, ePrivacy Directive, CCPA, U.S. state and federal data privacy, security, breach notification, consumer protection laws, regulations and proposed legislation, and self-regulatory organizations such as DAA and NAI. Awareness of the privacy provisions of the Cable Act and the Communications Act preferred. Demonstrated transactional experience, including reviewing, drafting and negotiating privacy and data protection contract terms and agreements, data processing, usage, and/or transfer agreements. Experience with conducting privacy impact assessments and advising on applicable legal requirements. Strong academic credentials. Excellent drafting, negotiating, problem solving, and communications skills. Strong familiarity with the relevant legal and regulatory landscape in this area is required, as well as experience in providing counsel on U.S. and international data privacy and information security laws.
 
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Senior Legal Counsel - Government Contracts & Program Compliance
Refer job# VATW150951
 
Senior Legal Counsel - Government Contracts And Program Compliance The candidate will be responsible for: Engages proactively in sales deal execution by counseling on compliance risks to procure deals in a compliant manner. Proactively identifies risks and issues, ensures monitoring is in place, and raises issues to internal teams quickly to drive program/process improvements. Acts as a subject matter expert on government contract compliance including services delivery for pricing, procurement, supplier and subcontractor engagement, time and expense reporting, billing, cybersecurity and other areas requiring adherence to specific federal contract compliance regulations, policies and procedures. Works collaboratively with the FA&D team and provides policy, legal and strategic counsel to the FA&D team on all government contract and associated program compliance matters. Monitors adherence to specific government contract compliance-related items globally, including supervising the timely filing of all US/EU and other countries or regions lobbying reports, and coordinates with the internal business stakeholders and Internal Audit to respond to any global government contract related inquiries and audits as necessary. Drives training and assists in the design, adoption and implementation of policies and processes to foster compliance with government contracting requirements and conducting regular compliance reviews. Provides research and recommendations to management regarding federal and regional statutes, legislative activity, regulations, court opinions, administrative procedures and legal proposals on a global basis which have a significant impact to the organization and works with internal stakeholders, other members of the legal team and outside counsel to draft any proposed legislation, regulations and amendments thereto.

The candidate must have Law degree from an accredited law school and admitted to practice law in the United States. Should have 7+ years of experience practicing as an attorney with a national or international law firm and/or in-house legal department. Must have working knowledge of FAR, DFAR and DoD procurement regulations, laws, and policies. Should preferably have 2+ years of in-house experience. In-house experience at a software or technology company desired. Extensive experience with U.S. government contracts, laws and regulations preferred. Experience with international laws and regulations a plus. In-house experience overseeing government program compliance desired. Working knowledge of anti-trust, lobbying, and corporate compliance desired. Familiarity with Government Contracting Vehicles: IDIQ, MAC, GSA Schedule, Set Asides preferred.
 
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Attorney, Litigation & Investigations
Refer job# GRJN150968
 
Attorney, Litigation & Investigations Duties: Under the direction of Litigation Counsel, the Litigation & Investigations Attorney oversees the investigation and handling of litigation, investigation, and claims files. Overseeing and managing outside counsel in a wide variety of litigation and investigation matters, developing strategy, managing discovery, monitoring and managing legal expense, and anticipating future litigation trends. Provide sound evaluation of liability and damages issues, and practical assessment of strategies and risks. Time involves working with business units to provide appropriate internal legal support and practical and timely advice to mitigate risk. Assists in strategy and management of a variety of complex litigation and investigation matters. Supervises and provides hands-on oversight of outside counsel, experts, and vendors. Manages and coordinates discovery, including litigation holds, information gathering, e-discovery, document collections, and privilege reviews. Represents the company and its employees in meetings and negotiations and in responding to inquiries from various third parties; assists in preparing company employees for deposition. Assists with budgeting and bill review. Assesses business and legal risks. Anticipates future litigation trends. Identifies opportunities for efficiencies; coordinates with colleagues and vendors on process improvements. Assists with internal investigations. Assists with drafting, updating and implementing legal policies and procedures and conducting trainings. Working with business units to provide appropriate internal legal support and practical and timely advice to mitigate risk. Supports business units in connection with agreement preparation and negotiation and general legal advice. Assists with special projects as needed.

Qualifications: JD degree from an ABA accredited law school; top 20% and/or law review and/or clerkship preferred. Admission to state bar required. 5+ years' legal experience and handling litigation and/or investigation matters, particularly matters involving products liability, consumer protection, government investigations, antitrust, and/or securities. Experience should include managing all aspects of discovery (e-discovery, document collections, privilege reviews, etc.). 5+ years of large law firm experience preferred. Pharmaceutical/life sciences industry experience preferred. Proficiency in a body of information required for the job e.g. knowledge of FDA regulations, GMP/GLP/GCP, Lean Manufacturing, Six-Sigma, etc. Strong understanding of litigation process. Basic contract terms and conditions. Strong computer skills. Ability and desire to join and fully participate in a team-oriented, fast-paced, and dynamic organization. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Superior legal and business judgment and client-counseling skills. Detail-oriented. Proven ability to manage multiple, competing priorities on a regular basis. Problem-solving skills. Business acumen. Timely decision-making. Collaboration skills. Conflict management skills.
 
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Senior Litigation Associate (underwriting Counsel)
Refer job# DFAP150843
 
Senior Litigation Associate (Underwriting Counsel) The candidate will be calling the shots on real-time investment decisions. Will be using cutting edge legal tech to invest in litigation led by the best firms. Legal research and due diligence on investment opportunities. Preparation of investment memos. Real-time negotiation with plaintiffs and attorneys over investment terms and pricing. Training and working closely with the engineering team to translate legal knowledge into automation.

The candidate should have J.D. from top 20 law school. Must have 4+ years as litigation associate at AmLaw 200 firm and/or comparable boutique firms. 1+ trials chaired. Experience in several of the following areas: commercial litigation, breach of contract, intellectual property, employment disputes, whistleblower claims, earn-out disputes is required.
 
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Senior Litigation Associate (underwriting Counsel)
Refer job# CSTT150861
 
Senior Litigation Associate (Underwriting Counsel) The candidate will be calling the shots on real-time investment decisions. Will be using cutting edge legal tech to invest in litigation led by the best firms. Legal research and due diligence on investment opportunities. Preparation of investment memos. Real-time negotiation with plaintiffs and attorneys over investment terms and pricing. Training and working closely with the engineering team to translate legal knowledge into automation.

The candidate should have J.D. from top 20 law school. Must have 4+ years as litigation associate at AmLaw 200 firm and/or comparable boutique firms. 1+ trials chaired. Experience in several of the following areas: commercial litigation, breach of contract, intellectual property, employment disputes, whistleblower claims, earn-out disputes is required.
 
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