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Corporate Counsel

Bethlehem PA Corporate Counsel The candidate will draft and negotiate agreements. Manage various legal matters, disputes, and strategic projects, as requested. Collaborate across many functions, countries, cultures, and time zones to drive results on complex projects. JD Degree from a U.S. Accredited law school (or equivalent plus U.S. LLM). Admission to at least 1 U.S. state bar or District of Columbia. Minimum 4 years contract drafting/negotiating experience. Specific experience drafting and negotiating a broad range of agreements commonly needed in the medical device/pharma industry, including, without limitation, sales agreements, group purchasing agreements, equipment lease and rental agreements, distribution agreements, consultant agreements, development agreements, license agreements, and clinical trial agreements. Knowledge of intellectual property, big data, software and technology issues. Knowledge of U.S. state and federal privacy laws, including healthcare privacy and experience negotiating privacy related contracts. Understanding of basic business concepts, strategies, and risks. Excellent judgment, strategic and analytical thinking and the ability to assess risk and mitigations and make recommendations based on the company's values, vision, business goals and risk appetite. Strong problem-solving/creative skills that drive new business solutions. Strong priority-setting skills, attention to detail and the ability to work on multiple projects at the same time. Excellent verbal and written communication skills to allow effective interaction with all levels of the organization. Possesses a growth mindset with a passion for learning new things. Ability to thrive in a team environment. Fosters a diverse and inclusive workplace that enables all participants to contribute to their full potential in pursuit of organizational objectives. Knowledge of Anti-kickback laws, false claims act, foreign-corrupt practices act, Physician Payments Sunshine Act, HIPAA, and FDA regulations . Transactional and contract experience in the commercial or healthcare department of a major law firm, with a combination of in-house experience at a medical device or pharmaceutical company. JD degree required and 04-06 years related experience required. Applicable industry/professional certification preferred. Regular and predictable attendance. Occasional business travel required. Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2022-09-30

Employment Counsel

Pittsburgh PA Employment Counsel Duties: The candidate will be providing sound, actionable, legal advice to human resource and business leaders on all aspects of employment law. Developing and reviewing written HR policies, guidance documents and communications. Advising on the merits of employment claims filed against or on behalf of the Company; working with the appropriate business leaders to define strategic defenses and recommend settlements of disputes where warranted. Remaining current on changes in employment law, policy and practice that may impact busines operations, and partnering with business leaders to prepare for and implement necessary changes. Developing and delivering legal training for members of the HR team and other business partners on issues related to employment law and compliance with corporate policy. Directing and overseeing internal investigations conducted by USA's HR and Ethics & Compliance departments. Working closely with the legal team and other leaders on policy initiatives and special compliance projects. Advising on how corporate changes, including mergers and acquisitions, may affect USA's business operations and individual employees. Evaluating the status of independent contractors. Escalating issues appropriately to the Deputy General Counsel for Labor & Employment. Exercise responsible and ethical decision-making regarding company funds, resources and conduct and adhere to 's Code of Conduct and related policies and procedures. Performing additional duties, as applicable.

Qualifications: A Bachelor's Degree; JD degree from an accredited law school. Actively licensed and in good standing with any U.S. Bar. 7-10 years of employment law experience with a law firm or corporate legal department. Well-developed problem-solving skills and the ability to exercise responsible and ethical decision making. Ability to analyze legal research, investigation results, relevant data, and/or fact patterns to arrive at effective, economical solutions. Experience handling labor and employment matters before federal and state courts and administrative agencies. Excellent interpersonal communication skills with the ability to effectively, persuasively, and tactfully interact with employees, HR, business partners and other members of the legal department. Accuracy and attention to detail is a must. Experienced professional with great relationship skills, team player, self-starter, independent thinker, and ability to anticipate the next steps and future issues. Ability to multi-task in a diverse and fast-paced environment, be flexible, and prioritize responsibilities. Strong ability to quickly grasp the business objectives and strategies of a complex multi-national organization and support the achievement of those objectives. Strong written and verbal communication, and presentation skills. Advanced proficiency with Microsoft office, software, technology, spreadsheets, and tools. Proven track record of upholding workplace safety and ability to abide by ***'s health, safety and drug/alcohol and harassment policies. Occasional travel may be required depending on assignments and business requirements.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2022-09-29

Employment Counsel

Ephrata PA Employment Counsel Duties: The candidate will be providing sound, actionable, legal advice to human resource and business leaders on all aspects of employment law. Developing and reviewing written HR policies, guidance documents and communications. Advising on the merits of employment claims filed against or on behalf of the Company; working with the appropriate business leaders to define strategic defenses and recommend settlements of disputes where warranted. Remaining current on changes in employment law, policy and practice that may impact busines operations, and partnering with business leaders to prepare for and implement necessary changes. Developing and delivering legal training for members of the HR team and other business partners on issues related to employment law and compliance with corporate policy. Directing and overseeing internal investigations conducted by USA's HR and Ethics & Compliance departments. Working closely with the legal team and other leaders on policy initiatives and special compliance projects. Advising on how corporate changes, including mergers and acquisitions, may affect USA's business operations and individual employees. Evaluating the status of independent contractors. Escalating issues appropriately to the Deputy General Counsel for Labor & Employment. Exercise responsible and ethical decision-making regarding company funds, resources and conduct and adhere to 's Code of Conduct and related policies and procedures. Performing additional duties, as applicable.

Qualifications: A Bachelor's Degree; JD degree from an accredited law school. Actively licensed and in good standing with any U.S. Bar. 7-10 years of employment law experience with a law firm or corporate legal department. Well-developed problem-solving skills and the ability to exercise responsible and ethical decision making. Ability to analyze legal research, investigation results, relevant data, and/or fact patterns to arrive at effective, economical solutions. Experience handling labor and employment matters before federal and state courts and administrative agencies. Excellent interpersonal communication skills with the ability to effectively, persuasively, and tactfully interact with employees, HR, business partners and other members of the legal department. Accuracy and attention to detail is a must. Experienced professional with great relationship skills, team player, self-starter, independent thinker, and ability to anticipate the next steps and future issues. Ability to multi-task in a diverse and fast-paced environment, be flexible, and prioritize responsibilities. Strong ability to quickly grasp the business objectives and strategies of a complex multi-national organization and support the achievement of those objectives. Strong written and verbal communication, and presentation skills. Advanced proficiency with Microsoft office, software, technology, spreadsheets, and tools. Proven track record of upholding workplace safety and ability to abide by ***'s health, safety and drug/alcohol and harassment policies. Occasional travel may be required depending on assignments and business requirements.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2022-09-29

Associate General Counsel - Labor And Employment

Philadelphia PA Associate General Counsel - Labor and Employment Responsibilities: Advise and partner with senior leaders and the HR team members on labor and employment issues including employment claims, grievances filed in various forums, wage, and hour issues, leave issues under federal, state, and local laws in the U.S. or the equivalent outside the U.S., internal investigations, managing ERISA, acquisition, divestitures and restructuring-related employment issues. Draft, review, and negotiate various employment-related documents, and agreements, and review and update internal policies and procedures. Oversee and manage threatened and filed employment-related lawsuits and claims, against the Company in and outside the U.S. Provide advice to management and HR team on a broad range of employment issues, partnering on strategic and risk mitigating initiatives. Identify, assess legal risks, and provide strategic advice and guidance on labor and employment issues within the Company. Lead and direct the other in-house employment counsel within the team/ Manage relationships and expenses with external employment counsel globally to ensure the Company receives timely and cost-effective advice. Lead or partner with other internal teams on internal investigations. Work closely with the HR and Compliance Teams on various internal initiatives including internal training, streamlining, and harmonizing policies and procedures. Provide advice and counsel on employee compensation plans and programs and employee benefit issues, including health, welfare, and retirement plans. Advise and educate internal stakeholders on employment law and employment compliance related risks and exposures. Monitor and advise on changes to labor and employment laws and regulations, in and outside the U.S., providing strategic guidance on how any such changes may impact the Company. Establish a rapport and working relationship with employees at all levels to act as a trusted advisor and encourage the proactive use of in-house legal counsel. In partnership with Chief Legal Officer and other leaders within the group, participate in setting and achieving the departmental objectives and initiatives, developing talent, and managing resources.

Qualifications: Juris Doctrine required; licensed to practice in at least one jurisdiction in the U.S. Must have 10 years of substantive labor and employment law experience from law firm and in-house. Prior in-house legal experience working in a fast-paced global organization. Extensive experience in managing and resolving complex labor, employment issues and related compliance risks, including M&A, divesture and restructuring activity. Significant experience with handling threatened and filed employment lawsuits and claims (including charges filed at the Federal and state level) in the U.S. Significant experience of managing labor and employment issues in multiple jurisdiction is essential. Preferred Qualifications: Experience with employee benefits, compensation, employee equity plans. In-depth knowledge of federal and state employment laws and regulations and working knowledge of the global labor and employment laws and regulations. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with a track record of building relationships and effective partnerships across constituencies and with outside counsels, regulators, and other stakeholders. Ability to work under pressure, tight deadlines, and can-do attitude.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2022-09-28

Legal Counsel - Privacy/security

Newtown Square PA Legal Counsel - Privacy/Security the candidate will be providing legal advice to the Corporate Privacy Office, Information Risk Management and other key stakeholders to minimize risk and ensure the confidentiality and security of protected health information (PHI) and other personal data. Providing contracting support to various business units, including health plans and corporate shared services, particularly in the review and negotiation of business associate agreements and data use/sharing agreements with subcontractors, other vendors and third parties. Identifying business and data privacy and security legal risks and working with the business to provide solutions that balance legal issues and business objectives. The ideal candidate will have Medicaid and/or Medicare managed care subject matter expertise and a keen ability to develop an understanding of the business and operational goals of assigned internal clients, proactively advise business partners on a wide variety of matters, and work collaboratively with other attorneys on matters related to legal and regulatory compliance. Supporting Privacy and Information Security and others in Legal and Compliance departments with conducting required privacy/security incident review and breach determination and notification processes in accordance with applicable federal and state statutes and regulations and upstream contractual obligations. Participating in compliance reviews or investigations by OCR and other federal or state regulatory agencies. Monitoring changes in data privacy and security laws and other sources of legal requirements (e.g., State Medicaid contracts), and proactively advising key stakeholders regarding appropriate actions. Operating with a high degree of integrity, in alignment with the company mission and culture.

The candidate should have a JD and be licensed to practice law in at least one state. Should have 7-10 years of experience pertaining to data privacy and security. Solid knowledge of applicable data privacy and security statutes and regulations, particularly those pertaining to health care, and experience advising corporate clients regarding the same. Experience reviewing and negotiating privacy and security agreements, particularly business associate agreements and data use/sharing agreements. Experience advising corporate clients on incident/breach investigation and response. Experience managing outside counsel preferred.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2022-09-28

Counsel Pharmacy Contracts

Philadelphia PA Counsel - Pharmacy Contracts Duties: Coordinate efforts with internal clients as well as other internal and external attorneys to provide legal advice regarding complex issues on a broad range of pharmacy and health topics. Draft, negotiate, and provide legal and business advice regarding complex transactions involving sophisticated counterparties. Draft, negotiate, and provide legal and business advice regarding various third-party payor arrangements. Draft, negotiate, and provide legal and business advice with respect to various vaccine, testing, and other clinical service agreements. Collaborate with legal and business teams.

Qualifications: A Law degree from an accredited law school. Active membership in good standing with the Bar of any state that enables admission to practice as in-house counsel. 5 years legal experience in health care law; experience supporting PBMs, payors, or pharmacies preferred. Perform factual and legal research, analysis, guidance, and legal correspondence. Ability to identify and analyze complex health care regulatory issues and evaluate their broader implications for the business; interact with clients on all levels; provide timely, practical, legal advice and solutions; and communicate effectively in person and in writing. Ability to work independently, exercise good judgment, and take ownership of issues and matters to their successful conclusion. Excellent interpersonal skills, with an ability to inspire trust and confidence with stakeholders at high levels. Exemplary leadership, time management, advocacy, and organizational skills.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-09-28

Corporate Counsel

Collegeville PA Corporate Counsel The candidate will advise and counsel PGS External Supply, PGS Sourcing (Procurement), and GCS on negotiation, drafting, and alliance management for supply- related transactions. Will support PC1 for a full range of commercial transactions, including API, drug development and supply, and business development transactions. Support PGS Quality organization on quality issues that may impact the supply of products and related work with PGS External Supply on transactional matters. Serve as a manufacturing and supply subject matter expert for other Pfizer Legal Division practice groups. Participate in template and training teams to develop appropriate documents for supported client groups and drive efficient use of the templates for routine agreements by the clients, with support from legal professionals as appropriate.

The candidate should have a JD plus 7+ years of legal experience, including drafting, negotiation, and alliance management support of life sciences transactions. Must have Admission to practice law in the US. Experience counseling clients on transactional matters relating to manufacturing, quality, and supply is required. Experience with counseling clients on the management of significant commercial disputes, including issues impacting manufacturing, quality, or supply is needed. Should demonstrate a breadth of diverse leadership experiences and capabilities including the ability to influence and collaborate with peers, develop and coach others, oversee and guide the work of other colleagues to achieve meaningful outcomes and create business impact. Able to understand and operate effectively in the Pfizer organization, particularly the matrix structure and enabling functions and business units is a plus. Proven ability to manage high volume workload and resolve pressing needs while tracking progress towards longer-term goals is desired.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2022-09-24

Corporate Counsel, Global Alliances

Harrisburg PA Corporate Counsel Duties: The candidate will review, negotiate, draft and close agreements related to inbound partners such as PS Asset Reseller Agreements, technology agreements, alliance/partnering agreements, and support agreements. Review, negotiate, draft and close agreements related to outbound partners including reseller, service provider, distribution/channel, and referral partner agreements. Global Partner Program team in developing, implementing, and rolling out new programs. Support Global Partner Program in maintaining and updating existing programs. Prepare and maintain standard templates for recurring commercial transactions and to address new business models or legal and business requirements; and counseling and collaborating with procurement, Partner Program team, Partner Enablement team, channel sales, partners, finance, and other business functions as needed to effectively and efficiently accomplish assignments and ensure best practices in various legal areas such as antitrust, intellectual property protection, contract law, and others.

Qualifications: Must possess a Law degree from an accredited law school and be a member in good standing with a State bar in the U.S. 6 years legal experience required. Customer-facing deal negotiation (e.g., sales and deal desk, etc.) is a must. Ability to work cross functionally to drive business priorities and strategies is a must. Substantial experience with top rated law firm or major high technology company preferrable. Demonstrated attention to detail, a good communicator, organized and possess excellent drafting skills. Must have positive, problem-solving, business focused attitude with good judgment prioritizing workload in fast paced environment. Must be a team player also able to self-start and work independently. Ability to travel (travel requirements are variable but typically less than 5% per year). Must be customer-centric and have the ability to lead business negotiations (internal and external) and assist clients in meeting their objectives. International experience and language skills will also be taken into consideration.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2022-09-24

Reinsurance Litigation Counsel

Philadelphia PA Reinsurance Litigation Counsel The candidate will manage reinsurance arbitrations and litigation at the trial and appellate court levels involving the Company. This includes pre-dispute counseling; selection and supervision of outside counsel; review and edit of all pleadings, motions and other papers; coordination of discovery responses; preparation of Company witnesses for deposition and trial testimony; active participation in hearings, trials and moot court sessions. Coordinate dispute and litigation management with internal business partners to ensure consistency with business strategies. Communicate with the senior management team on matters of significance. Identify litigation trends and counsel business clients and other legal staff regarding opportunities to address those trends. Should have 5-7 years of litigation experience with a law firm and/or insurance company. Substantial experience drafting and editing briefs and memoranda. Excellent analytical and communication skills. A Juris Doctor degree from an accredited U.S. law school. Licensed to practice law in the U.S. Undergraduate degree from an accredited U.S. or foreign university or college. Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2022-09-23

Corporate Counsel

Philadelphia PA Corporate Counsel The candidate drafts, reviews and negotiates a variety of complex agreements with clients and partners; including life sciences companies, laboratory and radiology companies, billing companies, CROs, payors and advertising agencies. These including MSAs, SOWs, license agreements, SAS agreements, TPAs, data use agreements, clinical study agreements; retrospective study agreements; and user consents. Supports the Veradigm Business Unit including Provider and the Life Sciences teams which includes transactional and product advisory work including the following: Advises on implementation of commercial arrangements within the EHR; Works on research and study agreements and implementation; Provides advice on the EULA and review, draft, revise the EULA, including click through agreements and consents within the EHR; Works with the design team on questions related to features/functionality; and Advises marketing in connection with public facing content. Identifies and escalates compliance issues. Advises company regarding business risk issues. All other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Should have 4 years of experience practicing law. Undergraduate degree and JD (must be from an accredited law school). Admitted to at least one State Bar in the United States. Commercial contracting experience with healthcare, information technology and/or life sciences. Knowledge of general corporate and compliance issues. Preferred candidate will be a self-starter with exceptional organizational skills. Prior in-house experience is preferred. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2022-09-22
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# NVMP170768
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will draft and negotiate agreements. Manage various legal matters, disputes, and strategic projects, as requested. Collaborate across many functions, countries, cultures, and time zones to drive results on complex projects. JD Degree from a U.S. Accredited law school (or equivalent plus U.S. LLM). Admission to at least 1 U.S. state bar or District of Columbia. Minimum 4 years contract drafting/negotiating experience. Specific experience drafting and negotiating a broad range of agreements commonly needed in the medical device/pharma industry, including, without limitation, sales agreements, group purchasing agreements, equipment lease and rental agreements, distribution agreements, consultant agreements, development agreements, license agreements, and clinical trial agreements. Knowledge of intellectual property, big data, software and technology issues. Knowledge of U.S. state and federal privacy laws, including healthcare privacy and experience negotiating privacy related contracts. Understanding of basic business concepts, strategies, and risks. Excellent judgment, strategic and analytical thinking and the ability to assess risk and mitigations and make recommendations based on the company's values, vision, business goals and risk appetite. Strong problem-solving/creative skills that drive new business solutions. Strong priority-setting skills, attention to detail and the ability to work on multiple projects at the same time. Excellent verbal and written communication skills to allow effective interaction with all levels of the organization. Possesses a growth mindset with a passion for learning new things. Ability to thrive in a team environment. Fosters a diverse and inclusive workplace that enables all participants to contribute to their full potential in pursuit of organizational objectives. Knowledge of Anti-kickback laws, false claims act, foreign-corrupt practices act, Physician Payments Sunshine Act, HIPAA, and FDA regulations . Transactional and contract experience in the commercial or healthcare department of a major law firm, with a combination of in-house experience at a medical device or pharmaceutical company. JD degree required and 04-06 years related experience required. Applicable industry/professional certification preferred. Regular and predictable attendance. Occasional business travel required.
 
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Employment Counsel
Refer job# XLYC170743
 
Employment Counsel Duties: The candidate will be providing sound, actionable, legal advice to human resource and business leaders on all aspects of employment law. Developing and reviewing written HR policies, guidance documents and communications. Advising on the merits of employment claims filed against or on behalf of the Company; working with the appropriate business leaders to define strategic defenses and recommend settlements of disputes where warranted. Remaining current on changes in employment law, policy and practice that may impact busines operations, and partnering with business leaders to prepare for and implement necessary changes. Developing and delivering legal training for members of the HR team and other business partners on issues related to employment law and compliance with corporate policy. Directing and overseeing internal investigations conducted by USA's HR and Ethics & Compliance departments. Working closely with the legal team and other leaders on policy initiatives and special compliance projects. Advising on how corporate changes, including mergers and acquisitions, may affect USA's business operations and individual employees. Evaluating the status of independent contractors. Escalating issues appropriately to the Deputy General Counsel for Labor & Employment. Exercise responsible and ethical decision-making regarding company funds, resources and conduct and adhere to 's Code of Conduct and related policies and procedures. Performing additional duties, as applicable.

Qualifications: A Bachelor's Degree; JD degree from an accredited law school. Actively licensed and in good standing with any U.S. Bar. 7-10 years of employment law experience with a law firm or corporate legal department. Well-developed problem-solving skills and the ability to exercise responsible and ethical decision making. Ability to analyze legal research, investigation results, relevant data, and/or fact patterns to arrive at effective, economical solutions. Experience handling labor and employment matters before federal and state courts and administrative agencies. Excellent interpersonal communication skills with the ability to effectively, persuasively, and tactfully interact with employees, HR, business partners and other members of the legal department. Accuracy and attention to detail is a must. Experienced professional with great relationship skills, team player, self-starter, independent thinker, and ability to anticipate the next steps and future issues. Ability to multi-task in a diverse and fast-paced environment, be flexible, and prioritize responsibilities. Strong ability to quickly grasp the business objectives and strategies of a complex multi-national organization and support the achievement of those objectives. Strong written and verbal communication, and presentation skills. Advanced proficiency with Microsoft office, software, technology, spreadsheets, and tools. Proven track record of upholding workplace safety and ability to abide by ***'s health, safety and drug/alcohol and harassment policies. Occasional travel may be required depending on assignments and business requirements.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Employment Counsel
Refer job# KYQU170744
 
Employment Counsel Duties: The candidate will be providing sound, actionable, legal advice to human resource and business leaders on all aspects of employment law. Developing and reviewing written HR policies, guidance documents and communications. Advising on the merits of employment claims filed against or on behalf of the Company; working with the appropriate business leaders to define strategic defenses and recommend settlements of disputes where warranted. Remaining current on changes in employment law, policy and practice that may impact busines operations, and partnering with business leaders to prepare for and implement necessary changes. Developing and delivering legal training for members of the HR team and other business partners on issues related to employment law and compliance with corporate policy. Directing and overseeing internal investigations conducted by USA's HR and Ethics & Compliance departments. Working closely with the legal team and other leaders on policy initiatives and special compliance projects. Advising on how corporate changes, including mergers and acquisitions, may affect USA's business operations and individual employees. Evaluating the status of independent contractors. Escalating issues appropriately to the Deputy General Counsel for Labor & Employment. Exercise responsible and ethical decision-making regarding company funds, resources and conduct and adhere to 's Code of Conduct and related policies and procedures. Performing additional duties, as applicable.

Qualifications: A Bachelor's Degree; JD degree from an accredited law school. Actively licensed and in good standing with any U.S. Bar. 7-10 years of employment law experience with a law firm or corporate legal department. Well-developed problem-solving skills and the ability to exercise responsible and ethical decision making. Ability to analyze legal research, investigation results, relevant data, and/or fact patterns to arrive at effective, economical solutions. Experience handling labor and employment matters before federal and state courts and administrative agencies. Excellent interpersonal communication skills with the ability to effectively, persuasively, and tactfully interact with employees, HR, business partners and other members of the legal department. Accuracy and attention to detail is a must. Experienced professional with great relationship skills, team player, self-starter, independent thinker, and ability to anticipate the next steps and future issues. Ability to multi-task in a diverse and fast-paced environment, be flexible, and prioritize responsibilities. Strong ability to quickly grasp the business objectives and strategies of a complex multi-national organization and support the achievement of those objectives. Strong written and verbal communication, and presentation skills. Advanced proficiency with Microsoft office, software, technology, spreadsheets, and tools. Proven track record of upholding workplace safety and ability to abide by ***'s health, safety and drug/alcohol and harassment policies. Occasional travel may be required depending on assignments and business requirements.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Associate General Counsel - Labor And Employment
Refer job# ETQQ170713
 
Associate General Counsel - Labor and Employment Responsibilities: Advise and partner with senior leaders and the HR team members on labor and employment issues including employment claims, grievances filed in various forums, wage, and hour issues, leave issues under federal, state, and local laws in the U.S. or the equivalent outside the U.S., internal investigations, managing ERISA, acquisition, divestitures and restructuring-related employment issues. Draft, review, and negotiate various employment-related documents, and agreements, and review and update internal policies and procedures. Oversee and manage threatened and filed employment-related lawsuits and claims, against the Company in and outside the U.S. Provide advice to management and HR team on a broad range of employment issues, partnering on strategic and risk mitigating initiatives. Identify, assess legal risks, and provide strategic advice and guidance on labor and employment issues within the Company. Lead and direct the other in-house employment counsel within the team/ Manage relationships and expenses with external employment counsel globally to ensure the Company receives timely and cost-effective advice. Lead or partner with other internal teams on internal investigations. Work closely with the HR and Compliance Teams on various internal initiatives including internal training, streamlining, and harmonizing policies and procedures. Provide advice and counsel on employee compensation plans and programs and employee benefit issues, including health, welfare, and retirement plans. Advise and educate internal stakeholders on employment law and employment compliance related risks and exposures. Monitor and advise on changes to labor and employment laws and regulations, in and outside the U.S., providing strategic guidance on how any such changes may impact the Company. Establish a rapport and working relationship with employees at all levels to act as a trusted advisor and encourage the proactive use of in-house legal counsel. In partnership with Chief Legal Officer and other leaders within the group, participate in setting and achieving the departmental objectives and initiatives, developing talent, and managing resources.

Qualifications: Juris Doctrine required; licensed to practice in at least one jurisdiction in the U.S. Must have 10 years of substantive labor and employment law experience from law firm and in-house. Prior in-house legal experience working in a fast-paced global organization. Extensive experience in managing and resolving complex labor, employment issues and related compliance risks, including M&A, divesture and restructuring activity. Significant experience with handling threatened and filed employment lawsuits and claims (including charges filed at the Federal and state level) in the U.S. Significant experience of managing labor and employment issues in multiple jurisdiction is essential. Preferred Qualifications: Experience with employee benefits, compensation, employee equity plans. In-depth knowledge of federal and state employment laws and regulations and working knowledge of the global labor and employment laws and regulations. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with a track record of building relationships and effective partnerships across constituencies and with outside counsels, regulators, and other stakeholders. Ability to work under pressure, tight deadlines, and can-do attitude.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Legal Counsel - Privacy/security
Refer job# CQRD170719
 
Legal Counsel - Privacy/Security the candidate will be providing legal advice to the Corporate Privacy Office, Information Risk Management and other key stakeholders to minimize risk and ensure the confidentiality and security of protected health information (PHI) and other personal data. Providing contracting support to various business units, including health plans and corporate shared services, particularly in the review and negotiation of business associate agreements and data use/sharing agreements with subcontractors, other vendors and third parties. Identifying business and data privacy and security legal risks and working with the business to provide solutions that balance legal issues and business objectives. The ideal candidate will have Medicaid and/or Medicare managed care subject matter expertise and a keen ability to develop an understanding of the business and operational goals of assigned internal clients, proactively advise business partners on a wide variety of matters, and work collaboratively with other attorneys on matters related to legal and regulatory compliance. Supporting Privacy and Information Security and others in Legal and Compliance departments with conducting required privacy/security incident review and breach determination and notification processes in accordance with applicable federal and state statutes and regulations and upstream contractual obligations. Participating in compliance reviews or investigations by OCR and other federal or state regulatory agencies. Monitoring changes in data privacy and security laws and other sources of legal requirements (e.g., State Medicaid contracts), and proactively advising key stakeholders regarding appropriate actions. Operating with a high degree of integrity, in alignment with the company mission and culture.

The candidate should have a JD and be licensed to practice law in at least one state. Should have 7-10 years of experience pertaining to data privacy and security. Solid knowledge of applicable data privacy and security statutes and regulations, particularly those pertaining to health care, and experience advising corporate clients regarding the same. Experience reviewing and negotiating privacy and security agreements, particularly business associate agreements and data use/sharing agreements. Experience advising corporate clients on incident/breach investigation and response. Experience managing outside counsel preferred.
 
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Counsel Pharmacy Contracts
Refer job# SDZW170721
 
Counsel - Pharmacy Contracts Duties: Coordinate efforts with internal clients as well as other internal and external attorneys to provide legal advice regarding complex issues on a broad range of pharmacy and health topics. Draft, negotiate, and provide legal and business advice regarding complex transactions involving sophisticated counterparties. Draft, negotiate, and provide legal and business advice regarding various third-party payor arrangements. Draft, negotiate, and provide legal and business advice with respect to various vaccine, testing, and other clinical service agreements. Collaborate with legal and business teams.

Qualifications: A Law degree from an accredited law school. Active membership in good standing with the Bar of any state that enables admission to practice as in-house counsel. 5 years legal experience in health care law; experience supporting PBMs, payors, or pharmacies preferred. Perform factual and legal research, analysis, guidance, and legal correspondence. Ability to identify and analyze complex health care regulatory issues and evaluate their broader implications for the business; interact with clients on all levels; provide timely, practical, legal advice and solutions; and communicate effectively in person and in writing. Ability to work independently, exercise good judgment, and take ownership of issues and matters to their successful conclusion. Excellent interpersonal skills, with an ability to inspire trust and confidence with stakeholders at high levels. Exemplary leadership, time management, advocacy, and organizational skills.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# QFNW170598
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will advise and counsel PGS External Supply, PGS Sourcing (Procurement), and GCS on negotiation, drafting, and alliance management for supply- related transactions. Will support PC1 for a full range of commercial transactions, including API, drug development and supply, and business development transactions. Support PGS Quality organization on quality issues that may impact the supply of products and related work with PGS External Supply on transactional matters. Serve as a manufacturing and supply subject matter expert for other Pfizer Legal Division practice groups. Participate in template and training teams to develop appropriate documents for supported client groups and drive efficient use of the templates for routine agreements by the clients, with support from legal professionals as appropriate.

The candidate should have a JD plus 7+ years of legal experience, including drafting, negotiation, and alliance management support of life sciences transactions. Must have Admission to practice law in the US. Experience counseling clients on transactional matters relating to manufacturing, quality, and supply is required. Experience with counseling clients on the management of significant commercial disputes, including issues impacting manufacturing, quality, or supply is needed. Should demonstrate a breadth of diverse leadership experiences and capabilities including the ability to influence and collaborate with peers, develop and coach others, oversee and guide the work of other colleagues to achieve meaningful outcomes and create business impact. Able to understand and operate effectively in the Pfizer organization, particularly the matrix structure and enabling functions and business units is a plus. Proven ability to manage high volume workload and resolve pressing needs while tracking progress towards longer-term goals is desired.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Global Alliances
Refer job# IXHS170606
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: The candidate will review, negotiate, draft and close agreements related to inbound partners such as PS Asset Reseller Agreements, technology agreements, alliance/partnering agreements, and support agreements. Review, negotiate, draft and close agreements related to outbound partners including reseller, service provider, distribution/channel, and referral partner agreements. Global Partner Program team in developing, implementing, and rolling out new programs. Support Global Partner Program in maintaining and updating existing programs. Prepare and maintain standard templates for recurring commercial transactions and to address new business models or legal and business requirements; and counseling and collaborating with procurement, Partner Program team, Partner Enablement team, channel sales, partners, finance, and other business functions as needed to effectively and efficiently accomplish assignments and ensure best practices in various legal areas such as antitrust, intellectual property protection, contract law, and others.

Qualifications: Must possess a Law degree from an accredited law school and be a member in good standing with a State bar in the U.S. 6 years legal experience required. Customer-facing deal negotiation (e.g., sales and deal desk, etc.) is a must. Ability to work cross functionally to drive business priorities and strategies is a must. Substantial experience with top rated law firm or major high technology company preferrable. Demonstrated attention to detail, a good communicator, organized and possess excellent drafting skills. Must have positive, problem-solving, business focused attitude with good judgment prioritizing workload in fast paced environment. Must be a team player also able to self-start and work independently. Ability to travel (travel requirements are variable but typically less than 5% per year). Must be customer-centric and have the ability to lead business negotiations (internal and external) and assist clients in meeting their objectives. International experience and language skills will also be taken into consideration.
 
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Reinsurance Litigation Counsel
Refer job# RCFJ170589
 
Reinsurance Litigation Counsel The candidate will manage reinsurance arbitrations and litigation at the trial and appellate court levels involving the Company. This includes pre-dispute counseling; selection and supervision of outside counsel; review and edit of all pleadings, motions and other papers; coordination of discovery responses; preparation of Company witnesses for deposition and trial testimony; active participation in hearings, trials and moot court sessions. Coordinate dispute and litigation management with internal business partners to ensure consistency with business strategies. Communicate with the senior management team on matters of significance. Identify litigation trends and counsel business clients and other legal staff regarding opportunities to address those trends. Should have 5-7 years of litigation experience with a law firm and/or insurance company. Substantial experience drafting and editing briefs and memoranda. Excellent analytical and communication skills. A Juris Doctor degree from an accredited U.S. law school. Licensed to practice law in the U.S. Undergraduate degree from an accredited U.S. or foreign university or college.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# VWQK170553
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate drafts, reviews and negotiates a variety of complex agreements with clients and partners; including life sciences companies, laboratory and radiology companies, billing companies, CROs, payors and advertising agencies. These including MSAs, SOWs, license agreements, SAS agreements, TPAs, data use agreements, clinical study agreements; retrospective study agreements; and user consents. Supports the Veradigm Business Unit including Provider and the Life Sciences teams which includes transactional and product advisory work including the following: Advises on implementation of commercial arrangements within the EHR; Works on research and study agreements and implementation; Provides advice on the EULA and review, draft, revise the EULA, including click through agreements and consents within the EHR; Works with the design team on questions related to features/functionality; and Advises marketing in connection with public facing content. Identifies and escalates compliance issues. Advises company regarding business risk issues. All other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Should have 4 years of experience practicing law. Undergraduate degree and JD (must be from an accredited law school). Admitted to at least one State Bar in the United States. Commercial contracting experience with healthcare, information technology and/or life sciences. Knowledge of general corporate and compliance issues. Preferred candidate will be a self-starter with exceptional organizational skills. Prior in-house experience is preferred.
 
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