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Compliance Attorney

Pittsburgh PA Compliance Attorney The candidate will manage company-wide compliance with legal and policy requirements for information management. Work closely with the Compliance Team and stakeholders across the company to develop, implement, and maintain a company-wide records retention schedule. Support global in-house antitrust compliance and counseling. Draft and revise policies and procedures to comply with the law while reflecting company processes. Work cross-functionally to advocate and implement compliance initiatives across the company. Must have a Juris Doctorate degree and 5+ years of experience. Should preferably have strong knowledge of laws, regulations, and industry guidelines relevant to records retention and experience in counseling global clients on antitrust and competition laws. Should have the ability to interpret laws, rules, regulations, and agency guidance, to translate complex concepts into user-friendly directives and guidelines, to be a strategic partner and anticipate issues, and to work independently. Must have strong attention to detail, strong analytic capability, excellent written and verbal communication skills, skills at prioritization, organization, and multi-tasking, and skills with GSuite. Must be business-focused, process-oriented, and eager to learn and drive fast-paced projects. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-06-19

Contracts Attorney

Philadelphia PA Contracts Attorney The candidate will be responsible for the drafting, review, negotiation and management of commercial contracts. The Contracts Attorney will work closely with other contract specialists and attorneys, as well as senior management, finance and business professionals within Company to facilitate timely review and completion of a high volume of contracts with clients and suppliers in accordance with Company policies and standards. This individual will also interface with outside partners and customers in connection with these contracts, and provide legal support and legal advice to Company business units as necessary or requested. Draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of commercial contracts, including agreements with Company's customers, vendors and consultants. Be the advocate, advisor and trusted business partner to our internal teams to address and provide practical legal solutions to commercial issues. Develop and maintain strong, professional working relationships with the sales and operations organizations and other internal stakeholders. Identify risks and concerns while presenting potential alternatives and solutions to challenging transaction matters and business issues. Engage and collaborate proactively and cross-functionally with other business units at all levels throughout the organization to ensure that agreements adequately protect the company's interests. Interpret contract requirements, obligations, and risk exposure and advise the business as to the appropriate course of action. Ensure contracts are consistent with policies and SOPs. Track the status of contracts and projects and regularly communicate to stakeholders. Archive contracts and manage contract databases. Respond to inquiries and requests from a cross-functional team regarding contracts and provide guidance and sound legal advice with good customer service. Interface with external clients and business partners. Track review volume and turnaround time, and report to management. Create, manage and distribute templates and other documents.

The candidate should have Bachelor's Degree in legal studies or business studies. Law Degree and admission to the bar and in good standing in at least one jurisdiction in the United States. Minimum of 3 years of relevant experience in contract review and management. Should have High proficiency in legal writing; excellent verbal and written communication skills in English. Proficient in Microsoft (Excel, Word, Outlook). Minimum of 3 years of direct working experience, preferably in pharmaceutical or biotech industry. Demonstrated ability managing and negotiating contracts, preferably in the CRO industry. Understanding of contract process and common business practices. Can-do attitude and ability to perform under tight timer pressure, multitask, comply with deadlines, and manage the expectations of clients. Strong prioritization and organizational skills; excellent attention to detail. Ability to work independently and interact confidently with management, business development, operations as well as external clients. Ability to quickly learn new information, and conduct risk/benefit analysis; strong analytical skills; demonstrated business acumen. Skills in Mandarin, while not a requirement, are also desirable.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2021-06-18

Counsel - Privacy

Philadelphia PA Counsel - Privacy The candidate will lead a team to build an industry-leading and scalable global privacy program. Will lead the development and evolution of our global privacy strategies, policies and practices, and effectively champion privacy-forward initiatives and priorities within the business teams and senior leadership. Lead the marketing support team, on all commercial and integrated privacy issues. Participate in reporting directly to senior leadership on our privacy program and engage with regulatory authorities and other external stakeholders. Advise on the business impacts of global data protection laws and regulations on business initiatives and identify risks and gaps in our processes to ensure compliance and maintenance of industry-leading privacy posture. Partner with cross-functional teams to identify legal requirements and best practices, and translate them into clear, actionable steps. Drive internal awareness of privacy and data protection matters. Collaborate with global legal and business teams across multiple time zones.

The candidate should have a JD degree from an accredited law school and strong academic credentials. In-house experience strongly preferred. Experience managing outside counsel and legal budgets preferred. Licensed to practice law and in good standing under the Bar of any state that enables admission to practice as in-house counsel is required. Must have 7+ years of experience, with emphasis on privacy law. Expertise in privacy and data protection regimes, including GDPR, CCPA, HIPAA, and another state, federal, and international standards. CIPP, CIPM, or other privacy certification preferred. Cybersecurity or other information technology experience preferred.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2021-06-14

Deputy General Counsel - Corporate Compliance

Philadelphia PA Deputy General Counsel - Corporate Compliance Duties: Understand Operating Principles; make them the guidelines for how do job. Own the customer experience - think and act in ways that put customers first, give them seamless digital options at every touchpoint, and make them promoters of products and services. Be enthusiastic learners, users and advocates of game-changing technology, products, and services, especially digital tools and experiences. Make big things happen by working together and being open to new ideas. Be an active part of the Net Promoter System - a way of working that brings more employee and customer feedback into the company - by joining huddles, making call backs, and helping us elevate opportunities to do better for customers. Drive results and growth. Respect and promote inclusion and diversity. Do what's right for each other, customers, investors, and communities. Collaborate and partner with the Business Unit Compliance teams to ensure that effective policies and procedures are implemented and maintained globally and at each business unit to manage and mitigate the Company's overall compliance risks and the specific compliance risks in each business, ensuring the Company complies with existing and developing U.S., U.K. and other foreign jurisdiction laws and regulations. Collaborate and partner with the Business Unit Compliance team and Corporate stakeholders to further design, develop and implement enterprise compliance strategy with a focus on risk assessment, monitoring and data analytics, and reporting on program effectiveness. Foster and communicate, by words and by actions, a culture of compliance and integrity across the global company. Analyze data received from the Business Unit Compliance teams (e.g., risk assessments, investigation findings and root cause analyses, monitoring results) to proactively spot trends and potential areas for further program enhancement or attention. Benchmark the Company's compliance programs against the programs of other respected companies and the guidance of enforcement authorities and regulators. Collaborate with other members of the Corporate Compliance team and/or with Business Unit Compliance to respond to areas for enhancements, if any. Maintain in-depth knowledge of existing and emerging compliance-related risks and developments, including new and changing laws, regulations and enforcement guidance and priorities in the jurisdictions in which the Company conducts business. Leverage knowledge across various business units to share best practices and enhance the overall compliance environment. Direct special projects and other key initiatives, as required.

Qualifications: JD Degree. 7-10 years of relevant experience (e.g., U.S. or international government; in-house or outside counsel advising on white collar or litigation matters, including the implementation of compliance programs at large multi-national companies; enforcement experience) and must include experience working in operational compliance, including implementing and enhancing compliance programs, with a particular focus on risk assessment, monitoring (including data analytics), and reporting. Relevant legal advisory experience, including experience advising executive teams on compliance with applicable laws, including, but not limited to, the U.S. FCPA; the UK Bribery Act; Modern Slavery Act, U.S., U.K. and other applicable sanctions and trade control laws and regulations; fraud, money laundering and other financial crime laws; U.S. political activities; securities and competition laws. Expertise in any of the following areas is a plus: political activities, FARA, fair employment practices (including controls to guard against unfair or exploitive labor practices; anti-harassment and anti-discrimination), supply-chain and third-party management, and FTC and FCC regulations. Cable, Media & Entertainment, Telecom, and/or Technology industry experience preferred. A 24/7 professional capable of juggling work activities at night and/or on weekends, as required. Excellent partnership and communication skills an experienced professional focused on achieving objectives in a collaborative manner. Results oriented professional with an appetite for taking on new challenges who exhibits curiosity. Strong executive presence and demonstrated ability to build executive relationships. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with diverse populations and with an inclusive manner. Strong planning and organization skills with proven ability to manage large/complex projects and to synthesize and summarize voluminous information into executive presentations. Excellent judgment and creative problem-solving skills, including negotiation and conflict resolution skills. Exceptional analytic and writing skills. Must be a strategic thinker, business-minded and deadline-oriented.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2021-06-14

Corporate Counsel - General Corporate

Philadelphia PA Corporate Counsel - General Corporate Responsibilities: Draft and negotiate various commercial agreements; Advise business partners throughout the organization on legal, regulatory and compliance matters; Work cross-functionally to research, develop and implement new business verticals within the Company; Create legal and compliance processes to practically support the needs of the Company; and Research and evaluate different legal, regulatory matters and risk factors to advise legal and business partners with respect to business decisions and operations.

Requirements: Must be in good standing and be admitted to a U.S. state Bar; 7+ years of combined experience within both a large national law firm and in-house company; Relevant technology transactional experience a plus; Experience negotiating and drafting contracts, with an eye towards both legal and financial/commercial issues; Ability to prioritize, remain organized, and execute effectively within a fast paced, team-oriented environment; A detail-oriented, self-starter attitude with the ability to think critically and exercise independent judgment; Strong interpersonal and presentation skills, along with the ability to communicate effectively with others at all levels of the organization; Ability to establish and maintain strong relationships across the organization's various departments.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2021-06-14

Contracts Counsel

Chesterbrook PA Contracts Counsel Duties: Lead negotiations for the sale of information technology products and services (including outsourcing, managed, and professional service engagements). Draft and negotiate a wide range of commercial and public agreements. Collaborate with Sales, Operations, Finance, Legal, Tax, and Services teams to ensure that agreements adequately protect interests. Review and provide input on terms and conditions contained in RFPs and sales proposals.

Qualifications: J.D. degree with admission to at least one State Bar. Must have 3+ years of relevant experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Experienced sales contracts attorney with expertise in domestic and international sales contract negotiations, transactional, and/or in-house corporate legal experience. Strong negotiation skills with a proven track record of successfully negotiating large, complex deals. Detailed knowledge of commercial contract terms. Preferred Qualifications: Experience in the technology industry. Experience negotiating software, hardware, and/or services contracts. Experience with public sector procurements.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2021-06-14

Contracts Counsel

Conshohocken PA Contracts Counsel Duties: Lead negotiations for the sale of information technology products and services (including outsourcing, managed, and professional service engagements). Draft and negotiate a wide range of commercial and public agreements. Collaborate with Sales, Operations, Finance, Legal, Tax, and Services teams to ensure that agreements adequately protect interests. Review and provide input on terms and conditions contained in RFPs and sales proposals.

Qualifications: J.D. degree with admission to at least one State Bar. Must have 3+ years of relevant experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Experienced sales contracts attorney with expertise in domestic and international sales contract negotiations, transactional, and/or in-house corporate legal experience. Strong negotiation skills with a proven track record of successfully negotiating large, complex deals. Detailed knowledge of commercial contract terms. Preferred Qualifications: Experience in the technology industry. Experience negotiating software, hardware, and/or services contracts. Experience with public sector procurements.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2021-06-14

Contracts Counsel

Philadelphia PA Contracts Counsel The candidate will draft, review, and negotiate clinical trial agreements and confidentiality agreements with clinical sites and investigators within and outside of the United States and provide guidance to Firms Clinical Operations teams and CROs regarding processes and complex contract issues. Will draft, review, and negotiate contracts with CROs and other suppliers, such as confidentiality agreements, consulting agreements, services agreements, material transfer agreements, hardware and software license agreements, local representative/importer agreements and other agreements to support the execution of clinical trials. Lead the ongoing efforts to streamline Firms clinical contracting function by developing contract templates for various regions/countries, updating guidance documents to reflect new laws and trends, and creating efficient, scalable processes that will ensure the consistent, timely delivery of high-quality, compliant agreements. Provide legal support to the Clinical Operations and CRO teams on various matters related to master, country-level, and site-specific informed consent forms, including template development and management, creation and review of fallback documents, and guidance on key legal/privacy issues. Establish strong, collaborative relationships with Clinical Operations and other R&D teams to support training and education on company policies and good contracting practices. Advise internal clients on contract interpretation, risks, and dispute resolution matters by providing clear, practical, and business-oriented guidance. Ensure contractual documents are processed and appropriately maintained in the company's contracts management system. Occasionally provide support for non-clinical contracting needs.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor (J.D.) from an ABA-accredited law school and membership in at least one state Bar. Must have 5+ years of experience negotiating life sciences contracts at a law firm, pharmaceutical/biotech company, or CRO; strong preference for 2+ years at a pharmaceutical/biotech company. Thorough knowledge of international clinical trials and related agreements, including commonly negotiated terms related to confidentiality, intellectual property, liability, insurance, regulatory issues, and data protection/data privacy issues is required. Experience interacting with academic, research, non-profit, and government hospitals globally is needed. Knowledge of regulatory requirements and related compliance measures plus. Knowledge and familiarity with commercial, market access, and payer agreements and issues plus. Experience in process development, process improvement, and leading/managing teams is required.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-06-11

Insurance Defense Trial Attorney

Philadelphia PA Insurance Defense Trial Attorney The candidate will manage the entire legal process, from investigation and discovery though trial prep and court proceedings and negotiating settlements as required. Researching all applicable laws and findings, you will develop appropriate legal strategies for all stages of litigation and share them with claims representatives and insured clients. Establish and maintain good relationships with claims reps and clients, and occasionally conduct training sessions for Legal, Claims or other departments. Develop and render clear, unambiguous legal opinions and strategies, and draft legal documents, pleadings, motions and opinions. Provide guidance and direction to junior attorneys, paralegals or law clerks, while also having opportunities to interact and collaborate with Home Office Legal. Membership in the Pennsylvania Bar, Appropriate special licenses to practice before boards or federal courts preferred, A minimum of five years of successful experience as first chair, Experience in insurance defense strongly preferred. Proficiency with technologies that reduce costs and facilitate the practice of law and remote work A JD degree are required. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2021-06-05

Senior Tax Attorney

Philadelphia PA Senior Tax Attorney The candidate will partner with colleagues from all teams to provide expert tax advice enabling Lombard to meet the requirements of applicable US tax law and regulations and supporting Lombard's efforts to achieve its commercial goals. Demonstrate deep working knowledge of US tax law and regulations relevant to Lombard, an issuer of variable life insurance, variable annuity and group variable annuity products. Participate in the design and development of new products supporting Lombard's core business of issuing variable insurance and annuity products. Assist Lombard's Sales and Marketing teams by serving as the tax subject matter expert supporting the development of marketing materials and presentations for Lombard's products. Support our Compliance team by providing technical guidance on US tax issues relevant to the review of marketing materials and product presentations and the development of compliance policies and programs. Support members of the Investment team and other members of the Legal team in the negotiation of complex agreements necessary to implement new product and investment advisory relationships with third-party asset management organizations. Provide general counseling for internal clients from the Sales, Marketing, Investments and Legal teams on the impact of US tax laws on non-US owners of Lombard's products. Work with tax professionals representing prospective policy owners and/or asset management organizations with which Lombard will look to partner to introduce tax concepts unique to variable life insurance and annuity products and respond to issues of interest to those parties. Periodically counsel Lombard's related third-party administration business on matters arising out of the administration of corporate-owned life insurance and bank-owned life insurance policies. Support colleagues in our Bermuda and Asia affiliated insurance businesses on the impact of US tax laws on their operations. Monitor legislative and regulatory developments involving taxing authorities in areas of relevance to Lombard and its products. Perform research on relevant tax issues and draft memoranda or issue summaries on important changes in the law and regulations. Demonstrated knowledge of tax issues related to taxation of insurance companies, and in particular variable insurance and annuity products. Experience in other tax areas related to business, particularly partnership taxation, qualified and nonqualified deferred compensation, and employee benefit taxation not necessary but would be a plus. Must have the ability to prioritize and competently manage multiple concurrent projects and transactions. Strong personal accountability, follow-up, and initiative. Excellent communication skills (oral, written and presentation). Creative problem-solving ability and the ability to balance business and legal needs. Strong interpersonal and collaboration skills. High attention to detail. Experienced user of standard office software. Juris Doctor degree from an ABA-accredited law school. LL.M. in taxation a plus. Admitted to the Bar of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania or eligible to obtain a Pennsylvania Limited In-House Corporate Counsel License. Minimum of 7-10 years of relevant experience in a law firm and/or an in-house law department. Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2021-06-03
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Vice President Corporate Counsel
In-House,Prudential Retirement
Location : Dresher, PA, United States

Vice President Corporate Counsel The candidate must have a law degree, be admitted to the bar in at least one US state and eligible for NJ in-house licensing. Advising on the creation and monitoring of cutting-edge stable value, market-valued invest... + read more

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Compliance Attorney
Refer job# MDOT158944
 
Compliance Attorney The candidate will manage company-wide compliance with legal and policy requirements for information management. Work closely with the Compliance Team and stakeholders across the company to develop, implement, and maintain a company-wide records retention schedule. Support global in-house antitrust compliance and counseling. Draft and revise policies and procedures to comply with the law while reflecting company processes. Work cross-functionally to advocate and implement compliance initiatives across the company. Must have a Juris Doctorate degree and 5+ years of experience. Should preferably have strong knowledge of laws, regulations, and industry guidelines relevant to records retention and experience in counseling global clients on antitrust and competition laws. Should have the ability to interpret laws, rules, regulations, and agency guidance, to translate complex concepts into user-friendly directives and guidelines, to be a strategic partner and anticipate issues, and to work independently. Must have strong attention to detail, strong analytic capability, excellent written and verbal communication skills, skills at prioritization, organization, and multi-tasking, and skills with GSuite. Must be business-focused, process-oriented, and eager to learn and drive fast-paced projects.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Contracts Attorney
Refer job# NKCO158931
 
Contracts Attorney The candidate will be responsible for the drafting, review, negotiation and management of commercial contracts. The Contracts Attorney will work closely with other contract specialists and attorneys, as well as senior management, finance and business professionals within Company to facilitate timely review and completion of a high volume of contracts with clients and suppliers in accordance with Company policies and standards. This individual will also interface with outside partners and customers in connection with these contracts, and provide legal support and legal advice to Company business units as necessary or requested. Draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of commercial contracts, including agreements with Company's customers, vendors and consultants. Be the advocate, advisor and trusted business partner to our internal teams to address and provide practical legal solutions to commercial issues. Develop and maintain strong, professional working relationships with the sales and operations organizations and other internal stakeholders. Identify risks and concerns while presenting potential alternatives and solutions to challenging transaction matters and business issues. Engage and collaborate proactively and cross-functionally with other business units at all levels throughout the organization to ensure that agreements adequately protect the company's interests. Interpret contract requirements, obligations, and risk exposure and advise the business as to the appropriate course of action. Ensure contracts are consistent with policies and SOPs. Track the status of contracts and projects and regularly communicate to stakeholders. Archive contracts and manage contract databases. Respond to inquiries and requests from a cross-functional team regarding contracts and provide guidance and sound legal advice with good customer service. Interface with external clients and business partners. Track review volume and turnaround time, and report to management. Create, manage and distribute templates and other documents.

The candidate should have Bachelor's Degree in legal studies or business studies. Law Degree and admission to the bar and in good standing in at least one jurisdiction in the United States. Minimum of 3 years of relevant experience in contract review and management. Should have High proficiency in legal writing; excellent verbal and written communication skills in English. Proficient in Microsoft (Excel, Word, Outlook). Minimum of 3 years of direct working experience, preferably in pharmaceutical or biotech industry. Demonstrated ability managing and negotiating contracts, preferably in the CRO industry. Understanding of contract process and common business practices. Can-do attitude and ability to perform under tight timer pressure, multitask, comply with deadlines, and manage the expectations of clients. Strong prioritization and organizational skills; excellent attention to detail. Ability to work independently and interact confidently with management, business development, operations as well as external clients. Ability to quickly learn new information, and conduct risk/benefit analysis; strong analytical skills; demonstrated business acumen. Skills in Mandarin, while not a requirement, are also desirable.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Counsel - Privacy
Refer job# CPFA158792
 
Counsel - Privacy The candidate will lead a team to build an industry-leading and scalable global privacy program. Will lead the development and evolution of our global privacy strategies, policies and practices, and effectively champion privacy-forward initiatives and priorities within the business teams and senior leadership. Lead the marketing support team, on all commercial and integrated privacy issues. Participate in reporting directly to senior leadership on our privacy program and engage with regulatory authorities and other external stakeholders. Advise on the business impacts of global data protection laws and regulations on business initiatives and identify risks and gaps in our processes to ensure compliance and maintenance of industry-leading privacy posture. Partner with cross-functional teams to identify legal requirements and best practices, and translate them into clear, actionable steps. Drive internal awareness of privacy and data protection matters. Collaborate with global legal and business teams across multiple time zones.

The candidate should have a JD degree from an accredited law school and strong academic credentials. In-house experience strongly preferred. Experience managing outside counsel and legal budgets preferred. Licensed to practice law and in good standing under the Bar of any state that enables admission to practice as in-house counsel is required. Must have 7+ years of experience, with emphasis on privacy law. Expertise in privacy and data protection regimes, including GDPR, CCPA, HIPAA, and another state, federal, and international standards. CIPP, CIPM, or other privacy certification preferred. Cybersecurity or other information technology experience preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Deputy General Counsel - Corporate Compliance
Refer job# FOFY158794
 
Deputy General Counsel - Corporate Compliance Duties: Understand Operating Principles; make them the guidelines for how do job. Own the customer experience - think and act in ways that put customers first, give them seamless digital options at every touchpoint, and make them promoters of products and services. Be enthusiastic learners, users and advocates of game-changing technology, products, and services, especially digital tools and experiences. Make big things happen by working together and being open to new ideas. Be an active part of the Net Promoter System - a way of working that brings more employee and customer feedback into the company - by joining huddles, making call backs, and helping us elevate opportunities to do better for customers. Drive results and growth. Respect and promote inclusion and diversity. Do what's right for each other, customers, investors, and communities. Collaborate and partner with the Business Unit Compliance teams to ensure that effective policies and procedures are implemented and maintained globally and at each business unit to manage and mitigate the Company's overall compliance risks and the specific compliance risks in each business, ensuring the Company complies with existing and developing U.S., U.K. and other foreign jurisdiction laws and regulations. Collaborate and partner with the Business Unit Compliance team and Corporate stakeholders to further design, develop and implement enterprise compliance strategy with a focus on risk assessment, monitoring and data analytics, and reporting on program effectiveness. Foster and communicate, by words and by actions, a culture of compliance and integrity across the global company. Analyze data received from the Business Unit Compliance teams (e.g., risk assessments, investigation findings and root cause analyses, monitoring results) to proactively spot trends and potential areas for further program enhancement or attention. Benchmark the Company's compliance programs against the programs of other respected companies and the guidance of enforcement authorities and regulators. Collaborate with other members of the Corporate Compliance team and/or with Business Unit Compliance to respond to areas for enhancements, if any. Maintain in-depth knowledge of existing and emerging compliance-related risks and developments, including new and changing laws, regulations and enforcement guidance and priorities in the jurisdictions in which the Company conducts business. Leverage knowledge across various business units to share best practices and enhance the overall compliance environment. Direct special projects and other key initiatives, as required.

Qualifications: JD Degree. 7-10 years of relevant experience (e.g., U.S. or international government; in-house or outside counsel advising on white collar or litigation matters, including the implementation of compliance programs at large multi-national companies; enforcement experience) and must include experience working in operational compliance, including implementing and enhancing compliance programs, with a particular focus on risk assessment, monitoring (including data analytics), and reporting. Relevant legal advisory experience, including experience advising executive teams on compliance with applicable laws, including, but not limited to, the U.S. FCPA; the UK Bribery Act; Modern Slavery Act, U.S., U.K. and other applicable sanctions and trade control laws and regulations; fraud, money laundering and other financial crime laws; U.S. political activities; securities and competition laws. Expertise in any of the following areas is a plus: political activities, FARA, fair employment practices (including controls to guard against unfair or exploitive labor practices; anti-harassment and anti-discrimination), supply-chain and third-party management, and FTC and FCC regulations. Cable, Media & Entertainment, Telecom, and/or Technology industry experience preferred. A 24/7 professional capable of juggling work activities at night and/or on weekends, as required. Excellent partnership and communication skills an experienced professional focused on achieving objectives in a collaborative manner. Results oriented professional with an appetite for taking on new challenges who exhibits curiosity. Strong executive presence and demonstrated ability to build executive relationships. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with diverse populations and with an inclusive manner. Strong planning and organization skills with proven ability to manage large/complex projects and to synthesize and summarize voluminous information into executive presentations. Excellent judgment and creative problem-solving skills, including negotiation and conflict resolution skills. Exceptional analytic and writing skills. Must be a strategic thinker, business-minded and deadline-oriented.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel - General Corporate
Refer job# RTTF158796
 
Corporate Counsel - General Corporate Responsibilities: Draft and negotiate various commercial agreements; Advise business partners throughout the organization on legal, regulatory and compliance matters; Work cross-functionally to research, develop and implement new business verticals within the Company; Create legal and compliance processes to practically support the needs of the Company; and Research and evaluate different legal, regulatory matters and risk factors to advise legal and business partners with respect to business decisions and operations.

Requirements: Must be in good standing and be admitted to a U.S. state Bar; 7+ years of combined experience within both a large national law firm and in-house company; Relevant technology transactional experience a plus; Experience negotiating and drafting contracts, with an eye towards both legal and financial/commercial issues; Ability to prioritize, remain organized, and execute effectively within a fast paced, team-oriented environment; A detail-oriented, self-starter attitude with the ability to think critically and exercise independent judgment; Strong interpersonal and presentation skills, along with the ability to communicate effectively with others at all levels of the organization; Ability to establish and maintain strong relationships across the organization's various departments.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Contracts Counsel
Refer job# BKQC158825
 
Contracts Counsel Duties: Lead negotiations for the sale of information technology products and services (including outsourcing, managed, and professional service engagements). Draft and negotiate a wide range of commercial and public agreements. Collaborate with Sales, Operations, Finance, Legal, Tax, and Services teams to ensure that agreements adequately protect interests. Review and provide input on terms and conditions contained in RFPs and sales proposals.

Qualifications: J.D. degree with admission to at least one State Bar. Must have 3+ years of relevant experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Experienced sales contracts attorney with expertise in domestic and international sales contract negotiations, transactional, and/or in-house corporate legal experience. Strong negotiation skills with a proven track record of successfully negotiating large, complex deals. Detailed knowledge of commercial contract terms. Preferred Qualifications: Experience in the technology industry. Experience negotiating software, hardware, and/or services contracts. Experience with public sector procurements.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Contracts Counsel
Refer job# HBGG158828
 
Contracts Counsel Duties: Lead negotiations for the sale of information technology products and services (including outsourcing, managed, and professional service engagements). Draft and negotiate a wide range of commercial and public agreements. Collaborate with Sales, Operations, Finance, Legal, Tax, and Services teams to ensure that agreements adequately protect interests. Review and provide input on terms and conditions contained in RFPs and sales proposals.

Qualifications: J.D. degree with admission to at least one State Bar. Must have 3+ years of relevant experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Experienced sales contracts attorney with expertise in domestic and international sales contract negotiations, transactional, and/or in-house corporate legal experience. Strong negotiation skills with a proven track record of successfully negotiating large, complex deals. Detailed knowledge of commercial contract terms. Preferred Qualifications: Experience in the technology industry. Experience negotiating software, hardware, and/or services contracts. Experience with public sector procurements.
 
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Contracts Counsel
Refer job# VOIM158750
 
Contracts Counsel The candidate will draft, review, and negotiate clinical trial agreements and confidentiality agreements with clinical sites and investigators within and outside of the United States and provide guidance to Firms Clinical Operations teams and CROs regarding processes and complex contract issues. Will draft, review, and negotiate contracts with CROs and other suppliers, such as confidentiality agreements, consulting agreements, services agreements, material transfer agreements, hardware and software license agreements, local representative/importer agreements and other agreements to support the execution of clinical trials. Lead the ongoing efforts to streamline Firms clinical contracting function by developing contract templates for various regions/countries, updating guidance documents to reflect new laws and trends, and creating efficient, scalable processes that will ensure the consistent, timely delivery of high-quality, compliant agreements. Provide legal support to the Clinical Operations and CRO teams on various matters related to master, country-level, and site-specific informed consent forms, including template development and management, creation and review of fallback documents, and guidance on key legal/privacy issues. Establish strong, collaborative relationships with Clinical Operations and other R&D teams to support training and education on company policies and good contracting practices. Advise internal clients on contract interpretation, risks, and dispute resolution matters by providing clear, practical, and business-oriented guidance. Ensure contractual documents are processed and appropriately maintained in the company's contracts management system. Occasionally provide support for non-clinical contracting needs.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor (J.D.) from an ABA-accredited law school and membership in at least one state Bar. Must have 5+ years of experience negotiating life sciences contracts at a law firm, pharmaceutical/biotech company, or CRO; strong preference for 2+ years at a pharmaceutical/biotech company. Thorough knowledge of international clinical trials and related agreements, including commonly negotiated terms related to confidentiality, intellectual property, liability, insurance, regulatory issues, and data protection/data privacy issues is required. Experience interacting with academic, research, non-profit, and government hospitals globally is needed. Knowledge of regulatory requirements and related compliance measures plus. Knowledge and familiarity with commercial, market access, and payer agreements and issues plus. Experience in process development, process improvement, and leading/managing teams is required.
 
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Insurance Defense Trial Attorney
Refer job# AGGE158646
 
Insurance Defense Trial Attorney The candidate will manage the entire legal process, from investigation and discovery though trial prep and court proceedings and negotiating settlements as required. Researching all applicable laws and findings, you will develop appropriate legal strategies for all stages of litigation and share them with claims representatives and insured clients. Establish and maintain good relationships with claims reps and clients, and occasionally conduct training sessions for Legal, Claims or other departments. Develop and render clear, unambiguous legal opinions and strategies, and draft legal documents, pleadings, motions and opinions. Provide guidance and direction to junior attorneys, paralegals or law clerks, while also having opportunities to interact and collaborate with Home Office Legal. Membership in the Pennsylvania Bar, Appropriate special licenses to practice before boards or federal courts preferred, A minimum of five years of successful experience as first chair, Experience in insurance defense strongly preferred. Proficiency with technologies that reduce costs and facilitate the practice of law and remote work A JD degree are required.
 
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Senior Tax Attorney
Refer job# HDJP158611
 
Senior Tax Attorney The candidate will partner with colleagues from all teams to provide expert tax advice enabling Lombard to meet the requirements of applicable US tax law and regulations and supporting Lombard's efforts to achieve its commercial goals. Demonstrate deep working knowledge of US tax law and regulations relevant to Lombard, an issuer of variable life insurance, variable annuity and group variable annuity products. Participate in the design and development of new products supporting Lombard's core business of issuing variable insurance and annuity products. Assist Lombard's Sales and Marketing teams by serving as the tax subject matter expert supporting the development of marketing materials and presentations for Lombard's products. Support our Compliance team by providing technical guidance on US tax issues relevant to the review of marketing materials and product presentations and the development of compliance policies and programs. Support members of the Investment team and other members of the Legal team in the negotiation of complex agreements necessary to implement new product and investment advisory relationships with third-party asset management organizations. Provide general counseling for internal clients from the Sales, Marketing, Investments and Legal teams on the impact of US tax laws on non-US owners of Lombard's products. Work with tax professionals representing prospective policy owners and/or asset management organizations with which Lombard will look to partner to introduce tax concepts unique to variable life insurance and annuity products and respond to issues of interest to those parties. Periodically counsel Lombard's related third-party administration business on matters arising out of the administration of corporate-owned life insurance and bank-owned life insurance policies. Support colleagues in our Bermuda and Asia affiliated insurance businesses on the impact of US tax laws on their operations. Monitor legislative and regulatory developments involving taxing authorities in areas of relevance to Lombard and its products. Perform research on relevant tax issues and draft memoranda or issue summaries on important changes in the law and regulations. Demonstrated knowledge of tax issues related to taxation of insurance companies, and in particular variable insurance and annuity products. Experience in other tax areas related to business, particularly partnership taxation, qualified and nonqualified deferred compensation, and employee benefit taxation not necessary but would be a plus. Must have the ability to prioritize and competently manage multiple concurrent projects and transactions. Strong personal accountability, follow-up, and initiative. Excellent communication skills (oral, written and presentation). Creative problem-solving ability and the ability to balance business and legal needs. Strong interpersonal and collaboration skills. High attention to detail. Experienced user of standard office software. Juris Doctor degree from an ABA-accredited law school. LL.M. in taxation a plus. Admitted to the Bar of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania or eligible to obtain a Pennsylvania Limited In-House Corporate Counsel License. Minimum of 7-10 years of relevant experience in a law firm and/or an in-house law department.
 
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