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Assistant General Counsel Ethics And Compliance Investigations

West Chester PA Assistant General Counsel Ethics and Compliance Investigations The candidate will be responsible for conducting and coordinating Ethics & Compliance investigations for Qurate Retail Group, both domestically and globally. Under the supervision of the Director, Ethics and Compliance, lead, coordinate, and conduct investigations related to a variety of matters in a professional and confidential manner. Will develop investigative plans, conduct interviews, identify, collect, and analyze evidence, prepare clear, concise, and factually accurate investigation reports, and communicate effectively and regularly with various Departments throughout the course of and/or following the investigations as needed, including Legal, Human Resources, Internal Audit, and Management. Develop strategy for, conduct, and track investigations, both domestically and globally, related to matters identified as compliance-related or for which the Ethics & Compliance team is identified as the best resource for handling. Identify pertinent documentation and evidence to be reviewed during investigations, including emails and policies, and conduct relevant searches of emails as necessary. Coordinate, schedule, and conduct investigative interviews of relevant Qurate Retail Group s team members and third parties as needed. Prepare accurate, clear, concise, and detailed investigation reports, setting forth the relevant facts and findings of each investigation. Collaborate with other Departments as needed, including Legal, Human Resources, Internal Audit, and Security. Verbally summarize investigative findings clearly and effectively to the appropriate personnel responsible for determining the outcome. Provide updates and reporting on investigations in verbal and/or written form to Company leadership and the Qurate Retail Group s Compliance Committee. Together with the Director, Ethics & Compliance, develop, document, and implement investigative best practices.

The candidate should preferably have 8-10 years of experience conducting internal investigations, with experience conducting compliance-related investigations at a major law firm or similar investigative experience. Law Degree, Bar Admission, PA Bar Preferred. Must have general understanding of, or ability to quickly learn, relevant policies, rules, regulations, and statutes including, but not limited to, those related to anti-bribery/anti-corruption, fraud, embezzlement, financial controls, conflicts of interest, anti-money laundering, and antitrust.
Legal 8 - 10 Full-time 2018-06-15

Claims Counsel Title Insurance

Berwyn PA Claims Counsel Title Insurance The candidate will be responsible for managing all aspects of title insurance and escrow claims and claims against the company from initial investigation, coverage determination through final resolution. Investigate the facts and issues of the claim, determine whether coverage exists, evaluate loss under the title policy, assess defenses for the insured and/or the company, determine need to retain outside counsel, develop and carry out a plan to address the claim and manage the claim and/or litigation through to final resolution. Negotiate settlements and resolutions with claimant / opposing counsel / third parties. Appear as company representative in court proceedings, mediations and settlement conferences. Manage claim budget, review and approve outside counsel invoices and other expenses and determine settlement and expense reserves. Direct outside counsel on litigation strategy through the course of claim administration and litigation. Identify and pursue sources for recovery. Should have Law Degree and licensed and in good standing to practice law in any state of the United States. Must possess excellent written and verbal communication, negotiation and organizational skills. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2018-06-15

Attorney, Insurance Defense - Bodily Injury

Plymouth Meeting PA Attorney, Insurance Defense - Bodily Injury The candidate as an Insurance Defense Attorney within Bodily Injury (BI) unit, will be a member of our motor vehicle insurance defense litigation team, providing legal representation to Progressive insureds and/or to the Progressive Insurance Companies before courts and arbitration panels in all aspects of litigation. Handling own cases from beginning to end, also prepare legal pleadings, motions, statements, trial briefs and be involved in negotiating settlements. Work closely with customers and claims team to ensure all appropriate defenses are leveraged to reach positive outcomes.

A Juris Doctorate (J.D.) from an accredited law school required. Active license to practice law in Pennsylvania required. Member in good standing of the PA Bar required. 1-3 years experience in civil litigation preferred. Should have listening, verbal and written communication skills. Must have ability to organize and prioritize workload working with an electronic diary. Should have ability to negotiate on behalf of clients. Must be capable of reviewing and assessing medical records, depositions and other documents. Must be capable of conducting research.
Legal 1 - 3 Full-time 2018-06-15

Corporate Counsel R&D

Philadelphia PA Corporate Counsel R&D The candidate will be responsible for supporting and advising clinical development, regulatory strategy, pharmacovigilance and other R&D clients on a broad array of issues relating to FDA pharmaceutical regulations, GxP requirements, product development, product labeling, interactions with healthcare professionals and patients, anti-trust, anti-kickback, competitor issues, compliance issues, regulatory policy and industry developments and issues. Responsible for coordinating with the Legal and Compliance Department s contracting team to support the contract needs of the R&D departments, as needed. Provides clear, actionable and business-savvy legal advice to clients within the R&D organization on matters pertaining to processes and procedures in support of clinical trials, cooperative studies and similar arrangements, with a particular emphasis on the relationships between and among sponsors, CROs, sites/investigators and vendors, as well as matters relating to regulatory strategy, pharmacovigilance, and other functions within the R&D organization. Provides strategic advice and counsels clients on the legal implications of research and development projects, regulatory matters, business development matters, healthcare compliance issues, and activities involving interactions with healthcare professionals, healthcare organizations, research institutions and patients. Serves as primary legal support on process and contractual matters relating to clinical trial disclosures and data sharing arrangements and provides input as needed on clinical trial transactional matters. Provides subject matter expertise, and legal support and guidance, on the development and application of standard operating procedures and related supporting procedural documents for R&D activities. Works as part of a matrix team at firm supporting the R&D departments, handling clinical, regulatory, quality and pharmacovigilance and drug safety matters. Advises clients on a broad range of legal and contractual matters to support firms global R&D business, including informed consent documents, correspondence with institutional review boards/ethics committees, advisory board and HCP engagements and other agreements. Assists with and supports legal and corporate due diligence activities on strategic transactions, as requested. Educates clients regarding relevant legal updates, industry and regulatory developments, industry best practices, and risk mitigation solutions. Works extensively and collaboratively with firm colleagues in Europe and the ex-U.S. business with respect to contract alignment and local compliance and disclosure requirements. Assists with supporting corporate compliance function; helps create and deliver policies, procedures and training to R&D teams. Drives increased efficiency, coordination, and effectiveness of legal advice, processes, and support to meet the needs of the R&D functions and the global business. Partners with Legal and Compliance Department colleagues in executing and enhancing corporate and department objectives.

The candidate must have Juris Doctorate degree and admission to the Bar in one state and eligible to practice as in-house counsel in California or Pennsylvania. Should have 5-7 years' of experience supporting clients in the pharmaceutical industry, preferably at a multinational company and/or a reputable, highly rated law firm, or a combination of both, with a substantial amount of professional experience dedicated to advising on FDA regulatory compliance, Good Clinical Practice (GcP), and other matters relating to clinical trials and research and development activities.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2018-06-12

Corporate Counsel

Pittsburgh PA Corporate Counsel The candidate will primarily support the firm business ( ***).Will provide the successful candidate with exposure to multiple jurisdictions and all manner of legal issues that one would expect in a growing technology company. Support firm Dynavox s business by reviewing and advising on commercial issues including insurance agreements, Medicare/Medicaid funding arrangements, commercial supply terms, purchase orders, and licensing agreements. Work closely with all function groups including Sales, R&D, Marketing and Procurement to advise on legal issues and risks, complex deal structures, and policies.Assist in the definition and implementation of standardized legal agreements and processes. Collaborate with other members of firm s Legal/IP team around the world. Provide support as needed to firm s other business units. Must have Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school. Must have 4+ years of post qualification experience and Direct contract negotiation experience. Any experience in the following areas is highly regarded: FDA matters, insurance agreements, healthcare agreements. Excellent written and oral communication skill is essential. Excellent interpersonal and organization skill is essential. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2018-06-08

Counsel, Federal Government Business

Malvern PA Counsel, Federal Government Business The candidate will lead the legal support provided to Siemens Healthineers Federal Government Accounts group, reporting to the VP of Legal, Operational Solutions and Services. Will, among other things, negotiate and draft contracts, utilizing a variety of government contracting vehicles, as well as other complex, commercial and other agreements (and sub-agreements) concerning the sale (and in some cases the development) of highly-complex medical devices and related reagents to U.S. Government customers and Government Contractors to drive growth, while maintaining compliance with applicable governmental procurement rules and regulations. Direct the identification, development and implementation of the entire range of federal contract/subcontract formation, negotiation and administration of policies & processes in accordance with U.S. Government customer requirements, federal laws/regulations and corporate objectives. Draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of agreements, including bid protests, construction contracts, federal grants, licensing agreements, service agreements, novations, non-disclosure agreements and teaming agreements to meet business and legal requirements. Collaborate with Federal Government Accounts group to analyze business, regulatory and legal contract terms. Direct the activities of contracts/subcontracts legal professionals in the administration of simple to highly complex contracts and agreements of strategic importance to the corporation. Drive the management of contract documentation flow, approvals, reporting and archiving consistent with internal processes. Prepare and conduct training on company policies related to government procurement regulations. Develop creative and compliant solutions to resolve complicated business challenges and customer disputes. Educate and guide business partners with regard to key Federal Government, competition, data privacy and significant regulatory considerations. Negotiate with key customers, partners, suppliers, vendors and government agencies. Develop contract policies and procedures to ensure achievement of corporate directives. Provide ongoing counseling regarding (and efficient implementation of) various corporate policies, initiatives and/or programs. Cooperate across corporate business units and departments and throughout a sizeable group of affiliated companies to achieve optimal results while minimizing risk. Perform other duties as assigned. Proven ability to independently lead and execute all facets of challenging engagements with highest integrity and ethics from preliminary/conceptual advice, through structuring, negotiating, drafting, closing, and any subsequent conflict resolution. Highly polished and effective negotiation, communication, listening and drafting skills, including those suitable for interaction with senior managers and executive leadership within a global and matrixed organization and with senior management of key customers. Expertise with Federal procurement law and regulations, including False Claims Act, small/minority/disadvantaged businesses, OCONUS (outside contiguous United States transactions and Federal grants. Broad and deep knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FARs), agency supplements and. the Uniform Commercial Code. Knowledge of various contract types, such as: FFP, CPFF, CPAF, CPIF, T&M and vehicles IDIQ, FSS, BPA, and BOA. Expertise in U.S. healthcare legal and regulatory environment. Fluency with the regulatory environments, including anti-kickback laws, fraud and abuse statutes, and privacy laws applicable to medical device manufacturers. Demonstrated skill in working collaboratively with multiple teams simultaneously, some of whom may be located outside of the U.S. Proven ability to identify, initiate and follow-through on appropriate actions and follow-up. Innovation in design and delivery of legal strategies and solutions to support evolving business objectives. Experience with monitoring and improving processes through ongoing optimization efforts, technology enhancements, and business partner feedback. Willingness and ability to travel domestically and, from time-to-time, internationally.

The candidate should have U.S. law degree (J.D.). Must have 10 years of experience, a significant portion of which should include federal government procurement and contract law, in either a law firm, corporate legal department and/or government agency. Responsibility for Federal Business legal function within a significant company with meaningful U.S. Government business is preferred. Experience in the negotiation and resolution of various types of claims associated with U.S. Government contracts is required. Must have excellent business acumen, analytical and problem solving skills, and proven negotiation skills.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2018-06-06

United States Immigration Counsel Manager

Philadelphia PA United States Immigration Counsel Manager The candidate will support immigration compliance and ensure effective legal support for immigration matters in the US. Will act as legal advisor on immigration law issues to executives in People Mobility, other Corporate functions, business leaders and to Legal leads. Assure high quality compliance with US immigration laws by providing immigration law support appropriate to needs, and integrating external support as required. Provide legal advice on a variety of immigration topics to various stakeholders including ET&I, People Mobility, Employee Relations, Human Resources, Legal and management. Provide immigration advice on contract and deal-related matters, including M&A activity. Act as legal advisor on immigration compliance to executives, including Legal professionals. Stay abreast of legal developments affecting the company, its clients, and industries and synthesize the information to incorporate it into company's practices. Contribute to development of internal guidelines, toolkits, and packaged knowledge on legal and business issues around immigration compliance. Provide legal support in the event of an audit and assist and coordinate on immigration risk reviews. Conduct research on complex legal issues affecting the company and assist in global immigration projects as necessary. Counsel, guide, train and support junior through senior levels of Legal attorneys as appropriate. Make recommendations and escalate material immigration law issues to the Senior Counsel, North America Immigration Law and the Managing Director - Employment Law and Immigration. Should have a Law/J.D. degree and be admitted to the practice of law in a US state. Must have 5+ years of experience practicing US immigration law, including experience advising management of large companies. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-06-06

United States Immigration Counsel Manager

Pittsburgh PA United States Immigration Counsel Manager The candidate will support immigration compliance and ensure effective legal support for immigration matters in the US. Will act as legal advisor on immigration law issues to executives in People Mobility, other Corporate functions, business leaders and to Legal leads. Assure high quality compliance with US immigration laws by providing immigration law support appropriate to needs, and integrating external support as required. Provide legal advice on a variety of immigration topics to various stakeholders including ET&I, People Mobility, Employee Relations, Human Resources, Legal and management. Provide immigration advice on contract and deal-related matters, including M&A activity. Act as legal advisor on immigration compliance to executives, including Legal professionals. Stay abreast of legal developments affecting the company, its clients, and industries and synthesize the information to incorporate it into company's practices. Contribute to development of internal guidelines, toolkits, and packaged knowledge on legal and business issues around immigration compliance. Provide legal support in the event of an audit and assist and coordinate on immigration risk reviews. Conduct research on complex legal issues affecting the company and assist in global immigration projects as necessary. Counsel, guide, train and support junior through senior levels of Legal attorneys as appropriate. Make recommendations and escalate material immigration law issues to the Senior Counsel, North America Immigration Law and the Managing Director - Employment Law and Immigration. Should have a Law/J.D. degree and be admitted to the practice of law in a US state. Must have 5+ years of experience practicing US immigration law, including experience advising management of large companies. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-06-06

Counsel, Federal Government Business

Malvern PA Counsel, Federal Government Business The candidate will lead the legal support provided to firm Healthineers Federal Government Accounts group, reporting to the VP of Legal, Operational Solutions and Services. Will, among other things, negotiate and draft contracts, utilizing a variety of government contracting vehicles, as well as other complex, commercial and other agreements (and sub-agreements) concerning the sale (and in some cases the development) of highly-complex medical devices and related reagents to U.S. Government customers and Government Contractors to drive growth, while maintaining compliance with applicable governmental procurement rules and regulations. Direct the identification, development and implementation of the entire range of federal contract/subcontract formation, negotiation and administration of policies & processes in accordance with U.S. Government customer requirements, federal laws/regulations and corporate objectives. Draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of agreements, including bid protests, construction contracts, federal grants, licensing agreements, service agreements, novations, non-disclosure agreements and teaming agreements to meet business and legal requirements. Collaborate with Federal Government Accounts group to analyze business, regulatory and legal contract terms. Direct the activities of contracts/subcontracts legal professionals in the administration of simple to highly complex contracts and agreements of strategic importance to the corporation. Drive the management of contract documentation flow, approvals, reporting and archiving consistent with internal processes. Prepare and conduct training on company policies related to government procurement regulations. Develop creative and compliant solutions to resolve complicated business challenges and customer disputes. Educate and guide business partners with regard to key Federal Government, competition, data privacy and significant regulatory considerations. Negotiate with key customers, partners, suppliers, vendors and government agencies. Develop contract policies and procedures to ensure achievement of corporate directives. Provide ongoing counseling regarding (and efficient implementation of) various corporate policies, initiatives and/or programs. Cooperate across corporate business units and departments and throughout a sizeable group of affiliated companies to achieve optimal results while minimizing risk. Perform other duties as assigned. Proven ability to independently lead and execute all facets of challenging engagements with highest integrity and ethics from preliminary/conceptual advice, through structuring, negotiating, drafting, closing, and any subsequent conflict resolution. Highly polished and effective negotiation, communication, listening and drafting skills, including those suitable for interaction with senior managers and executive leadership within a global and matrixed organization and with senior management of key customers. Expertise with Federal procurement law and regulations, including False Claims Act, small/minority/disadvantaged businesses, OCONUS (outside contiguous United States transactions and Federal grants. Broad and deep knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FARs), agency supplements and. the Uniform Commercial Code. Knowledge of various contract types, such as: FFP, CPFF, CPAF, CPIF, T&M and vehicles IDIQ, FSS, BPA, and BOA. Expertise in U.S. healthcare legal and regulatory environment. Fluency with the regulatory environments, including anti-kickback laws, fraud and abuse statutes, and privacy laws applicable to medical device manufacturers. Demonstrated skill in working collaboratively with multiple teams simultaneously, some of whom may be located outside of the U.S. Proven ability to identify, initiate and follow-through on appropriate actions and follow-up. Innovation in design and delivery of legal strategies and solutions to support evolving business objectives. Experience with monitoring and improving processes through ongoing optimization efforts, technology enhancements, and business partner feedback. Willingness and ability to travel domestically and, from time-to-time, internationally.

The candidate should have U.S. law degree (J.D.). Must have 10 years of experience, a significant portion of which should include federal government procurement and contract law, in either a law firm, corporate legal department and/or government agency. Responsibility for Federal Business legal function within a significant company with meaningful U.S. Government business is preferred. Experience in the negotiation and resolution of various types of claims associated with U.S. Government contracts is required. Must have excellent business acumen, analytical and problem solving skills, and proven negotiation skills.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2018-06-06

AVP, Senior Counsel - Privacy

Radnor PA AVP, Senior Counsel - Privacy The candidate provides leadership, direction and functional expertise on complex projects and issues involving privacy and cybersecurity. Will strategically provide direction for matters related to privacy laws and regulations, data usage and governance, and legal issues related to information protection, cyber-crime, and emerging technologies. Maintains knowledge on current and emerging developments/trends for privacy, cyber security, and technology law, assesses the impact, and collaborates with senior management to incorporate new trends and developments in current and future strategies. Contributes to the development of strategy related to Privacy/Cyber/Data issues for Group and its business units. Provides highly complex legal advice and counsel regarding privacy laws and regulations, data usage and governance, and legal issues related to information protection, cyber-crime, and emerging technologies. Manages relationships with outside counsel retained for privacy/data/cyber projects. Leads or participates in cross-functional teams related to Privacy/Cyber/Data matters, as appropriate. Leads strategic planning and execution of potential privacy incident response plans, including assessing impact and response to potential privacy incidents. Interacts with external stakeholders including institutional clients, regulators, and industry groups on Privacy and Cyber Security legal topics. Directs and enhances organizational initiatives by positively influencing and supporting change management and/or departmental/enterprise initiatives within assigned area(s) of responsibility. Identifies and directs strategic process improvements that significantly reduce workloads or improve quality across the team, department and/or business unit for assigned area(s) of responsibility. Provides training and development opportunities, including stretch assignments, for team members and gives honest and open feedback to aid in the development of talent. Directs, establishes and implements priorities, performance goals and objectives to ensure departmental results for his/her assigned area(s) of responsibility. Directs and evaluates departmental performance and takes appropriate action to meet and/or exceed performance standards for assigned area(s) of responsibility. Directs/executes approved strategy decisions and contributes to strategy creation for assigned area(s) of responsibility. Ensures that top talent is hired and retained for assigned area(s) of responsibility.

The candidate should have a four-year/Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience (4 years of experience in lieu of Bachelor's degree). Law degree from an ABA-accredited school is required. IAPP certification is needed. Must have 10+ years of privacy or business law experience that directly aligns with the specific responsibilities for this position, including 3+ years of managerial, supervisory, and/or demonstrated leadership experience. Should have experience analyzing Privacy and Cyber Security regulations, including working with business leaders to develop practical implementation plans and see change through to completion. Experience analyzing and implementing: state data breach regulations, federal financial privacy regulations, international privacy regulations, ad-tech compliance frameworks, and cyber security frameworks is needed. Should have experience advising business executives on cyber and privacy risks, controls, and compliance. Should be a member of the American Bar Association in good standing.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2018-06-04
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Healthcare Senior Counsel
In-House,Airgas, Inc
Location : Radnor, PA, United States

Healthcare Senior Counsel The candidate work for a multinational company that is a market leader in industry. Will gain a wide breadth of experience (in both healthcare and industrial spaces) in a supportive environment and will play an integral ro... + read more

jun 16, 2018


Legal Advocate
In-House,YWCA York
Location : York, PA, United States

Legal Advocate The candidate will serve as a liaison with the legal system, assist clients in obtaining PFAs, provide options counseling and referrals and will work to support the client during trial proceedings. Responsible for in-depth client inte... + read more

jun 15, 2018


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Assistant General Counsel Ethics And Compliance Investigations
Refer job# KTYJ139535
 
Assistant General Counsel Ethics and Compliance Investigations The candidate will be responsible for conducting and coordinating Ethics & Compliance investigations for Qurate Retail Group, both domestically and globally. Under the supervision of the Director, Ethics and Compliance, lead, coordinate, and conduct investigations related to a variety of matters in a professional and confidential manner. Will develop investigative plans, conduct interviews, identify, collect, and analyze evidence, prepare clear, concise, and factually accurate investigation reports, and communicate effectively and regularly with various Departments throughout the course of and/or following the investigations as needed, including Legal, Human Resources, Internal Audit, and Management. Develop strategy for, conduct, and track investigations, both domestically and globally, related to matters identified as compliance-related or for which the Ethics & Compliance team is identified as the best resource for handling. Identify pertinent documentation and evidence to be reviewed during investigations, including emails and policies, and conduct relevant searches of emails as necessary. Coordinate, schedule, and conduct investigative interviews of relevant Qurate Retail Group s team members and third parties as needed. Prepare accurate, clear, concise, and detailed investigation reports, setting forth the relevant facts and findings of each investigation. Collaborate with other Departments as needed, including Legal, Human Resources, Internal Audit, and Security. Verbally summarize investigative findings clearly and effectively to the appropriate personnel responsible for determining the outcome. Provide updates and reporting on investigations in verbal and/or written form to Company leadership and the Qurate Retail Group s Compliance Committee. Together with the Director, Ethics & Compliance, develop, document, and implement investigative best practices.

The candidate should preferably have 8-10 years of experience conducting internal investigations, with experience conducting compliance-related investigations at a major law firm or similar investigative experience. Law Degree, Bar Admission, PA Bar Preferred. Must have general understanding of, or ability to quickly learn, relevant policies, rules, regulations, and statutes including, but not limited to, those related to anti-bribery/anti-corruption, fraud, embezzlement, financial controls, conflicts of interest, anti-money laundering, and antitrust.
 
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Claims Counsel Title Insurance
Refer job# FIHS139538
 
Claims Counsel Title Insurance The candidate will be responsible for managing all aspects of title insurance and escrow claims and claims against the company from initial investigation, coverage determination through final resolution. Investigate the facts and issues of the claim, determine whether coverage exists, evaluate loss under the title policy, assess defenses for the insured and/or the company, determine need to retain outside counsel, develop and carry out a plan to address the claim and manage the claim and/or litigation through to final resolution. Negotiate settlements and resolutions with claimant / opposing counsel / third parties. Appear as company representative in court proceedings, mediations and settlement conferences. Manage claim budget, review and approve outside counsel invoices and other expenses and determine settlement and expense reserves. Direct outside counsel on litigation strategy through the course of claim administration and litigation. Identify and pursue sources for recovery. Should have Law Degree and licensed and in good standing to practice law in any state of the United States. Must possess excellent written and verbal communication, negotiation and organizational skills.
 
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Attorney, Insurance Defense - Bodily Injury
Refer job# QGOS139539
 
Attorney, Insurance Defense - Bodily Injury The candidate as an Insurance Defense Attorney within Bodily Injury (BI) unit, will be a member of our motor vehicle insurance defense litigation team, providing legal representation to Progressive insureds and/or to the Progressive Insurance Companies before courts and arbitration panels in all aspects of litigation. Handling own cases from beginning to end, also prepare legal pleadings, motions, statements, trial briefs and be involved in negotiating settlements. Work closely with customers and claims team to ensure all appropriate defenses are leveraged to reach positive outcomes.

A Juris Doctorate (J.D.) from an accredited law school required. Active license to practice law in Pennsylvania required. Member in good standing of the PA Bar required. 1-3 years experience in civil litigation preferred. Should have listening, verbal and written communication skills. Must have ability to organize and prioritize workload working with an electronic diary. Should have ability to negotiate on behalf of clients. Must be capable of reviewing and assessing medical records, depositions and other documents. Must be capable of conducting research.
 
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Corporate Counsel R&D
Refer job# CPXC139494
 
Corporate Counsel R&D The candidate will be responsible for supporting and advising clinical development, regulatory strategy, pharmacovigilance and other R&D clients on a broad array of issues relating to FDA pharmaceutical regulations, GxP requirements, product development, product labeling, interactions with healthcare professionals and patients, anti-trust, anti-kickback, competitor issues, compliance issues, regulatory policy and industry developments and issues. Responsible for coordinating with the Legal and Compliance Department s contracting team to support the contract needs of the R&D departments, as needed. Provides clear, actionable and business-savvy legal advice to clients within the R&D organization on matters pertaining to processes and procedures in support of clinical trials, cooperative studies and similar arrangements, with a particular emphasis on the relationships between and among sponsors, CROs, sites/investigators and vendors, as well as matters relating to regulatory strategy, pharmacovigilance, and other functions within the R&D organization. Provides strategic advice and counsels clients on the legal implications of research and development projects, regulatory matters, business development matters, healthcare compliance issues, and activities involving interactions with healthcare professionals, healthcare organizations, research institutions and patients. Serves as primary legal support on process and contractual matters relating to clinical trial disclosures and data sharing arrangements and provides input as needed on clinical trial transactional matters. Provides subject matter expertise, and legal support and guidance, on the development and application of standard operating procedures and related supporting procedural documents for R&D activities. Works as part of a matrix team at firm supporting the R&D departments, handling clinical, regulatory, quality and pharmacovigilance and drug safety matters. Advises clients on a broad range of legal and contractual matters to support firms global R&D business, including informed consent documents, correspondence with institutional review boards/ethics committees, advisory board and HCP engagements and other agreements. Assists with and supports legal and corporate due diligence activities on strategic transactions, as requested. Educates clients regarding relevant legal updates, industry and regulatory developments, industry best practices, and risk mitigation solutions. Works extensively and collaboratively with firm colleagues in Europe and the ex-U.S. business with respect to contract alignment and local compliance and disclosure requirements. Assists with supporting corporate compliance function; helps create and deliver policies, procedures and training to R&D teams. Drives increased efficiency, coordination, and effectiveness of legal advice, processes, and support to meet the needs of the R&D functions and the global business. Partners with Legal and Compliance Department colleagues in executing and enhancing corporate and department objectives.

The candidate must have Juris Doctorate degree and admission to the Bar in one state and eligible to practice as in-house counsel in California or Pennsylvania. Should have 5-7 years' of experience supporting clients in the pharmaceutical industry, preferably at a multinational company and/or a reputable, highly rated law firm, or a combination of both, with a substantial amount of professional experience dedicated to advising on FDA regulatory compliance, Good Clinical Practice (GcP), and other matters relating to clinical trials and research and development activities.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# JJZW139454
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will primarily support the firm business ( ***).Will provide the successful candidate with exposure to multiple jurisdictions and all manner of legal issues that one would expect in a growing technology company. Support firm Dynavox s business by reviewing and advising on commercial issues including insurance agreements, Medicare/Medicaid funding arrangements, commercial supply terms, purchase orders, and licensing agreements. Work closely with all function groups including Sales, R&D, Marketing and Procurement to advise on legal issues and risks, complex deal structures, and policies.Assist in the definition and implementation of standardized legal agreements and processes. Collaborate with other members of firm s Legal/IP team around the world. Provide support as needed to firm s other business units. Must have Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school. Must have 4+ years of post qualification experience and Direct contract negotiation experience. Any experience in the following areas is highly regarded: FDA matters, insurance agreements, healthcare agreements. Excellent written and oral communication skill is essential. Excellent interpersonal and organization skill is essential.
 
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Counsel, Federal Government Business
Refer job# VGDG139384
 
Counsel, Federal Government Business The candidate will lead the legal support provided to Siemens Healthineers Federal Government Accounts group, reporting to the VP of Legal, Operational Solutions and Services. Will, among other things, negotiate and draft contracts, utilizing a variety of government contracting vehicles, as well as other complex, commercial and other agreements (and sub-agreements) concerning the sale (and in some cases the development) of highly-complex medical devices and related reagents to U.S. Government customers and Government Contractors to drive growth, while maintaining compliance with applicable governmental procurement rules and regulations. Direct the identification, development and implementation of the entire range of federal contract/subcontract formation, negotiation and administration of policies & processes in accordance with U.S. Government customer requirements, federal laws/regulations and corporate objectives. Draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of agreements, including bid protests, construction contracts, federal grants, licensing agreements, service agreements, novations, non-disclosure agreements and teaming agreements to meet business and legal requirements. Collaborate with Federal Government Accounts group to analyze business, regulatory and legal contract terms. Direct the activities of contracts/subcontracts legal professionals in the administration of simple to highly complex contracts and agreements of strategic importance to the corporation. Drive the management of contract documentation flow, approvals, reporting and archiving consistent with internal processes. Prepare and conduct training on company policies related to government procurement regulations. Develop creative and compliant solutions to resolve complicated business challenges and customer disputes. Educate and guide business partners with regard to key Federal Government, competition, data privacy and significant regulatory considerations. Negotiate with key customers, partners, suppliers, vendors and government agencies. Develop contract policies and procedures to ensure achievement of corporate directives. Provide ongoing counseling regarding (and efficient implementation of) various corporate policies, initiatives and/or programs. Cooperate across corporate business units and departments and throughout a sizeable group of affiliated companies to achieve optimal results while minimizing risk. Perform other duties as assigned. Proven ability to independently lead and execute all facets of challenging engagements with highest integrity and ethics from preliminary/conceptual advice, through structuring, negotiating, drafting, closing, and any subsequent conflict resolution. Highly polished and effective negotiation, communication, listening and drafting skills, including those suitable for interaction with senior managers and executive leadership within a global and matrixed organization and with senior management of key customers. Expertise with Federal procurement law and regulations, including False Claims Act, small/minority/disadvantaged businesses, OCONUS (outside contiguous United States transactions and Federal grants. Broad and deep knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FARs), agency supplements and. the Uniform Commercial Code. Knowledge of various contract types, such as: FFP, CPFF, CPAF, CPIF, T&M and vehicles IDIQ, FSS, BPA, and BOA. Expertise in U.S. healthcare legal and regulatory environment. Fluency with the regulatory environments, including anti-kickback laws, fraud and abuse statutes, and privacy laws applicable to medical device manufacturers. Demonstrated skill in working collaboratively with multiple teams simultaneously, some of whom may be located outside of the U.S. Proven ability to identify, initiate and follow-through on appropriate actions and follow-up. Innovation in design and delivery of legal strategies and solutions to support evolving business objectives. Experience with monitoring and improving processes through ongoing optimization efforts, technology enhancements, and business partner feedback. Willingness and ability to travel domestically and, from time-to-time, internationally.

The candidate should have U.S. law degree (J.D.). Must have 10 years of experience, a significant portion of which should include federal government procurement and contract law, in either a law firm, corporate legal department and/or government agency. Responsibility for Federal Business legal function within a significant company with meaningful U.S. Government business is preferred. Experience in the negotiation and resolution of various types of claims associated with U.S. Government contracts is required. Must have excellent business acumen, analytical and problem solving skills, and proven negotiation skills.
 
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United States Immigration Counsel Manager
Refer job# BIMQ139424
 
United States Immigration Counsel Manager The candidate will support immigration compliance and ensure effective legal support for immigration matters in the US. Will act as legal advisor on immigration law issues to executives in People Mobility, other Corporate functions, business leaders and to Legal leads. Assure high quality compliance with US immigration laws by providing immigration law support appropriate to needs, and integrating external support as required. Provide legal advice on a variety of immigration topics to various stakeholders including ET&I, People Mobility, Employee Relations, Human Resources, Legal and management. Provide immigration advice on contract and deal-related matters, including M&A activity. Act as legal advisor on immigration compliance to executives, including Legal professionals. Stay abreast of legal developments affecting the company, its clients, and industries and synthesize the information to incorporate it into company's practices. Contribute to development of internal guidelines, toolkits, and packaged knowledge on legal and business issues around immigration compliance. Provide legal support in the event of an audit and assist and coordinate on immigration risk reviews. Conduct research on complex legal issues affecting the company and assist in global immigration projects as necessary. Counsel, guide, train and support junior through senior levels of Legal attorneys as appropriate. Make recommendations and escalate material immigration law issues to the Senior Counsel, North America Immigration Law and the Managing Director - Employment Law and Immigration. Should have a Law/J.D. degree and be admitted to the practice of law in a US state. Must have 5+ years of experience practicing US immigration law, including experience advising management of large companies.
 
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United States Immigration Counsel Manager
Refer job# JAZB139430
 
United States Immigration Counsel Manager The candidate will support immigration compliance and ensure effective legal support for immigration matters in the US. Will act as legal advisor on immigration law issues to executives in People Mobility, other Corporate functions, business leaders and to Legal leads. Assure high quality compliance with US immigration laws by providing immigration law support appropriate to needs, and integrating external support as required. Provide legal advice on a variety of immigration topics to various stakeholders including ET&I, People Mobility, Employee Relations, Human Resources, Legal and management. Provide immigration advice on contract and deal-related matters, including M&A activity. Act as legal advisor on immigration compliance to executives, including Legal professionals. Stay abreast of legal developments affecting the company, its clients, and industries and synthesize the information to incorporate it into company's practices. Contribute to development of internal guidelines, toolkits, and packaged knowledge on legal and business issues around immigration compliance. Provide legal support in the event of an audit and assist and coordinate on immigration risk reviews. Conduct research on complex legal issues affecting the company and assist in global immigration projects as necessary. Counsel, guide, train and support junior through senior levels of Legal attorneys as appropriate. Make recommendations and escalate material immigration law issues to the Senior Counsel, North America Immigration Law and the Managing Director - Employment Law and Immigration. Should have a Law/J.D. degree and be admitted to the practice of law in a US state. Must have 5+ years of experience practicing US immigration law, including experience advising management of large companies.
 
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Counsel, Federal Government Business
Refer job# QFJM139439
 
Counsel, Federal Government Business The candidate will lead the legal support provided to firm Healthineers Federal Government Accounts group, reporting to the VP of Legal, Operational Solutions and Services. Will, among other things, negotiate and draft contracts, utilizing a variety of government contracting vehicles, as well as other complex, commercial and other agreements (and sub-agreements) concerning the sale (and in some cases the development) of highly-complex medical devices and related reagents to U.S. Government customers and Government Contractors to drive growth, while maintaining compliance with applicable governmental procurement rules and regulations. Direct the identification, development and implementation of the entire range of federal contract/subcontract formation, negotiation and administration of policies & processes in accordance with U.S. Government customer requirements, federal laws/regulations and corporate objectives. Draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of agreements, including bid protests, construction contracts, federal grants, licensing agreements, service agreements, novations, non-disclosure agreements and teaming agreements to meet business and legal requirements. Collaborate with Federal Government Accounts group to analyze business, regulatory and legal contract terms. Direct the activities of contracts/subcontracts legal professionals in the administration of simple to highly complex contracts and agreements of strategic importance to the corporation. Drive the management of contract documentation flow, approvals, reporting and archiving consistent with internal processes. Prepare and conduct training on company policies related to government procurement regulations. Develop creative and compliant solutions to resolve complicated business challenges and customer disputes. Educate and guide business partners with regard to key Federal Government, competition, data privacy and significant regulatory considerations. Negotiate with key customers, partners, suppliers, vendors and government agencies. Develop contract policies and procedures to ensure achievement of corporate directives. Provide ongoing counseling regarding (and efficient implementation of) various corporate policies, initiatives and/or programs. Cooperate across corporate business units and departments and throughout a sizeable group of affiliated companies to achieve optimal results while minimizing risk. Perform other duties as assigned. Proven ability to independently lead and execute all facets of challenging engagements with highest integrity and ethics from preliminary/conceptual advice, through structuring, negotiating, drafting, closing, and any subsequent conflict resolution. Highly polished and effective negotiation, communication, listening and drafting skills, including those suitable for interaction with senior managers and executive leadership within a global and matrixed organization and with senior management of key customers. Expertise with Federal procurement law and regulations, including False Claims Act, small/minority/disadvantaged businesses, OCONUS (outside contiguous United States transactions and Federal grants. Broad and deep knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FARs), agency supplements and. the Uniform Commercial Code. Knowledge of various contract types, such as: FFP, CPFF, CPAF, CPIF, T&M and vehicles IDIQ, FSS, BPA, and BOA. Expertise in U.S. healthcare legal and regulatory environment. Fluency with the regulatory environments, including anti-kickback laws, fraud and abuse statutes, and privacy laws applicable to medical device manufacturers. Demonstrated skill in working collaboratively with multiple teams simultaneously, some of whom may be located outside of the U.S. Proven ability to identify, initiate and follow-through on appropriate actions and follow-up. Innovation in design and delivery of legal strategies and solutions to support evolving business objectives. Experience with monitoring and improving processes through ongoing optimization efforts, technology enhancements, and business partner feedback. Willingness and ability to travel domestically and, from time-to-time, internationally.

The candidate should have U.S. law degree (J.D.). Must have 10 years of experience, a significant portion of which should include federal government procurement and contract law, in either a law firm, corporate legal department and/or government agency. Responsibility for Federal Business legal function within a significant company with meaningful U.S. Government business is preferred. Experience in the negotiation and resolution of various types of claims associated with U.S. Government contracts is required. Must have excellent business acumen, analytical and problem solving skills, and proven negotiation skills.
 
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AVP, Senior Counsel - Privacy
Refer job# TRCE139367
 
AVP, Senior Counsel - Privacy The candidate provides leadership, direction and functional expertise on complex projects and issues involving privacy and cybersecurity. Will strategically provide direction for matters related to privacy laws and regulations, data usage and governance, and legal issues related to information protection, cyber-crime, and emerging technologies. Maintains knowledge on current and emerging developments/trends for privacy, cyber security, and technology law, assesses the impact, and collaborates with senior management to incorporate new trends and developments in current and future strategies. Contributes to the development of strategy related to Privacy/Cyber/Data issues for Group and its business units. Provides highly complex legal advice and counsel regarding privacy laws and regulations, data usage and governance, and legal issues related to information protection, cyber-crime, and emerging technologies. Manages relationships with outside counsel retained for privacy/data/cyber projects. Leads or participates in cross-functional teams related to Privacy/Cyber/Data matters, as appropriate. Leads strategic planning and execution of potential privacy incident response plans, including assessing impact and response to potential privacy incidents. Interacts with external stakeholders including institutional clients, regulators, and industry groups on Privacy and Cyber Security legal topics. Directs and enhances organizational initiatives by positively influencing and supporting change management and/or departmental/enterprise initiatives within assigned area(s) of responsibility. Identifies and directs strategic process improvements that significantly reduce workloads or improve quality across the team, department and/or business unit for assigned area(s) of responsibility. Provides training and development opportunities, including stretch assignments, for team members and gives honest and open feedback to aid in the development of talent. Directs, establishes and implements priorities, performance goals and objectives to ensure departmental results for his/her assigned area(s) of responsibility. Directs and evaluates departmental performance and takes appropriate action to meet and/or exceed performance standards for assigned area(s) of responsibility. Directs/executes approved strategy decisions and contributes to strategy creation for assigned area(s) of responsibility. Ensures that top talent is hired and retained for assigned area(s) of responsibility.

The candidate should have a four-year/Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience (4 years of experience in lieu of Bachelor's degree). Law degree from an ABA-accredited school is required. IAPP certification is needed. Must have 10+ years of privacy or business law experience that directly aligns with the specific responsibilities for this position, including 3+ years of managerial, supervisory, and/or demonstrated leadership experience. Should have experience analyzing Privacy and Cyber Security regulations, including working with business leaders to develop practical implementation plans and see change through to completion. Experience analyzing and implementing: state data breach regulations, federal financial privacy regulations, international privacy regulations, ad-tech compliance frameworks, and cyber security frameworks is needed. Should have experience advising business executives on cyber and privacy risks, controls, and compliance. Should be a member of the American Bar Association in good standing.
 
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