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Corporate Counsel

Jacksonville FL Corporate Counsel Candidate will be responsible for ensuring that the group's contracts, human resources, and relations with partners and vendors are best in class and continually optimized. Will establish strong relationships with the 40+ office and site managers, senior leaders and physicians and serve as the trusted resource for all levels of management for legal matters. Negotiate, draft, and review contracts and other legal documents, including real estate leases, property and asset acquisitions, purchasing, joint ventures, managed care, physician services, licenses and other intellectual property agreements, business associate agreements, academic affiliations, and financing documentation. Perform legal and factual research necessary to draft and analyze various contracts, policies, and other documents and to advise internal clients, primarily the CEO and President. Work in concert with outside professionals, especially outside counsel and outside accountants, to ensure that management receives the best possible actionable advice to support the company's clinical and business operations. Determine when legal and other related matters should be managed by in-house counsel versus using outside specialists. Provide counsel on health care laws including those on privacy, Medicare, Medicaid and other government programs, fraud and abuse, physician self-referral and anti-kickback laws, and EMTALA. Offer guidance on revenue cycle matters, including collection and third-party liability issues. Tender counsel on physician and medical staff matters, including compliance with operating agreements, shareholder agreements, bylaws, corrective actions, peer review, and disciplinary actions of medical or administrative staff. Provide advice for legal aspects of patient care with significant medico-legal dimensions, including informed consent, medical records/privacy issues, and patients rights issues. In collaboration with the company's management and compliance staff, continually update compliance policies and procedures and work closely with appropriate parties to resolve compliance concerns. Support the CEO, president, risk management committee and shareholders in management of claims. Assist in promoting efficiency of the legal department by preparing templates, forms, outlines, instructional materials, and other tools and resources. Advance their personal knowledge base in the legal, compliance, business and health care arenas by pursuing continuing education and personal credentials, looking to continually enhance opportunities for the Practice. Select, hire, manage and mentor appropriate legal support staff. Travel to physician, vendor, and outside counsel offices, hospitals, or other locations as necessary to support the above duties.

Qualifications: JD degree, admission to, and in good standing with the Florida Bar. 5+ years of relevant work experience. Experience in a rapidly growing mid- to large-sized corporate employer or in an established law firm is a significant plus. Employment in smaller law firms will be considered. Experience in drafting and negotiating a variety of agreements required. Experience in managing outside counsel relationships considered a significant plus. Healthcare industry knowledge and experience is highly desirable. Experience in human resources or staffing is also highly desirable. Microsoft Office productivity suite knowledge and capability is required. Strong interpersonal skills are required. An infectious and extremely positive attitude, be self-motivated and driven to succeed.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-18

Corporate Counsel

Saint Petersburg FL Corporate Counsel Duties: Draft and negotiate complex agreements and provide legal counsel on general commercial and transactional matters. Implement and support contract lifecycle management process. Advise the business on legal implications of domestic and international privacy and data-related laws and regulations. Ensure company policies, procedures, agreements and practices comply with all regulatory requirements. Draft, develop, and implement legal- and compliance-related policies, procedures, forms, notices, and guidelines necessary to meet applicable requirements/standards. Perform general legal research, review and counsel for projects and strategic initiatives. Support internal investigation and complaint handling process. Manage effective relationships with outside counsel. Identify existing and potential legal and regulatory risks related to services, products and business activities, assess the likely impact of such risks, and propose solutions to address those risks. Collaborate with the General Counsel on compliance matters and enterprise risk management. Support intellectual property portfolio, including trademark application and protection processes. Partner with the business to recommend company policy and position on legal issues including determination of training needs relating to legal compliance. Provide training to the company on legal topics.

Qualifications: Bachelor's and J.D. degree from a recognized university is required; must also have a membership in good standing with applicant's State Bar. 7 years of corporate and/or professional law experience required; in-house counsel experience preferred. Experience with complex commercial contracts and contract lifecycle management. Experience with establishing data privacy or other regulatory compliance processes across an organization preferred; certification such as CIPP preferred. Experience dealing with large corporations and clients. Experience with software/technology and licensing, and/or financial services. Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously and adapt to new demands and challenges. Highly collaborative with internal and external stakeholders and partners with the ability to lead and participate in cross-functional teams. Strong verbal and written communication skills including ability to influence associates, leaders and cross-functional partners. Decisive, and resourceful with strong negotiation skills on both legal and financial/commercial issues. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision. Ability to work through challenges using innovative approaches and solutions. Detail-oriented with a high degree of accuracy. Enthusiastic and energetic.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-13

Corporate Finance Banking Counsel - Assistant Vice President

Jacksonville FL Corporate Finance Banking Counsel - Assistant Vice President Responsibilities: Review and comment on loan commitment letters, term sheets, fee letters and credit agreements and other loan documents. Draft, negotiate and close short-term lending financings for Corporate Bank clients and coordinate with business and portfolio teams regarding closing and other deal execution matters. Prepare clear and concise advice to clients and outside legal counsel regarding lending transactions, including legal policy points and other legal/regulatory matters relevant to the transaction. Work with colleagues in the Legal Department in the U.S. and overseas to coordinate advice regarding transactions and actual and proposed regulatory change. Coordinate with Bank Compliance, Bank Credit and other control functions to ensure that internal approvals, legal policy points and legal/regulatory changes are understood and reflected in final documentation. Active involvement in management of legal, regulatory and reputational risk issues, and work with clients and Bank Legal Billing to manage external counsel engagements and legal costs and expenses.

Qualifications: Bar qualified in one of the 50 States of the U.S. Relevant experience at a law firm/in-house. Focused on a role as a Legal Risk Manager. Good experience with and a sound understanding of U.S. market lending documentation. Proactive, motivated and able to appropriately weigh risk, reputational and commercial issues in solving sophisticated legal problems.
Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-11

Corporate Counsel

Naples FL Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Lead strategic transactions for the Company, including leading negotiations for corporate M&A and complex licensing & collaboration transactions. Structure, draft and negotiate complex transactional agreements related to the same. Manage internal and external deal processes and drive deal execution (including form documentation). Plan, assist and coordinate due diligence exercises as needed. The majority of transactions will focus on the United States market, however the targeted geographies include Canada, Europe, Mexico, Brazil and other Latin American countries. Lead drafting of general corporate contracts - drafting, negotiating and reviewing a wide variety of corporate contracts, including confidentiality, consulting, services, manufacturing, clinical trial, basic licensing and related agreements. Work closely with Business Development, Finance/Accounting, Commercial, and Human Resources departments to assist in their day to day operations/functions. Research, reports and recommend corporate actions based on applicable law and regulations affecting company projects, deployments, business development, accounting, tax, facilities and administration (including human resources). Review and revise company policies and procedures as required by applicable law and regulations, and internal requirements. Support Senior Vice President - Legal Affairs in other tasks, including review and negotiation of lender and other strategic agreements. Advise senior management and business personnel, as required. Assist with regulatory and other legal pharmaceutical compliance matters, as required. Manage internal team members and constituents and outside advisors, including active management of outside counsel.

Qualifications: JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school with strong academic credentials. BA/BS from accredited institution. Member of at least one state Bar. 10 years of law firm and/or in-house legal experience. Experience and familiarity with foreign jurisdictions, and especially Europe, is a plus. Experience with drafting and negotiating M&A documents, commercial contracts and pharmaceutical licensing agreements. Special consideration will be given to candidates who can demonstrate a robust understanding of pharmaceutical business transactions and regulatory issues, intellectual property law, licensing and mergers and acquisitions. Awareness of healthcare laws and regulations, including Medicare, Anti-kickback, Stark law. Excellent communication skills (both verbal and written). History of self-motivation, sound judgment and excellent interpersonal relations. Requires intelligence, initiative, responsibility, creativity, motivation, flexibility, and the ability to work independently with minimal supervision. Ability to communicate effectively with a variety of constituents to include executive management, company associates, outside counsel, outside organizations and agencies. Demonstrate broad business orientation and ability to quickly establish credibility as an attorney and business partner with cross functional perspective. Responsiveness and adaptability. Integrity and strong ethics. Willingness and interest in learning and continuing to develop one's career and skills.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-11

Corporate/in-house Attorney

Miami FL Corporate/In-House Attorney The candidate will be responsible for drafting and negotiating a wide range of company contracts and service agreements. In addition, will provide additional corporate, transactional, and other legal support as part of the legal team for the company. With excellent work-ethic, the person in this role must be intellectually curious and ready to enthusiastically tackle novel legal and industry issues while providing overall legal support to a quickly growing company. Candidates must possess excellent academic credentials, outstanding written and oral advocacy skills, and strong software/technological skills. will be well-organized, detail-oriented, and able to independently manage a caseload where all work is time-sensitive. Draft, review, and negotiate contracts across all areas of the company, including but not limited to, non-disclosure, consulting, service, employment, and commercial contracts. Facilitate internal contract approval and stakeholder negotiation to resolve complex issues and assist in disputes (escalating complex legal and factual issues to the appropriate internal parties). Communicate with business units ensuring all obligations are being met (e.g., milestones, deliverables, invoicing, etc.). Interpret and advise on contract requirements, obligations, customer resolutions, and risk exposure. Handle depositions as a corporate representative. Prepare pleadings, discovery, demands, and responses. Travel via commercial transportation or driving to job-related activities (up to 25%). Incumbents are not permitted to handle any legal business outside of the Company and candidates must cease all outside practice and all suit involvement before joining JasperINC. Accountability, adaptability, communication, and integrity. Experience in a corporate business environment are required. A background in operations, engineering, or labor/construction a plus - not required. Ability to deliver strong results with limited resources, under tight deadlines, and with a high degree of accuracy are required. Strong oral and written communication skills are required. Ability to maintain strict confidentiality of sensitive information are required. Juris Doctor (JD) degree from an American Bar Association accredited law school required. Must be able to pass an extensive background screening and have a valid Driver's License. Must have reliable transportation to and from work. Preferably 3-5 years of in-house counsel experience are required. Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2021-01-09

Senior Corporate Counsel - Industrial

New Port Richey FL Senior Corporate Counsel - Industrial The candidate will be gaining a solid understanding of firm's businesses, identifying appropriate legal strategies to facilitate strategic goals and minimize risks. Functioning as a strategic business partner who provides trusted counsel on legal issues considering both global and local requirements. Working with the business to negotiate, review, and draft transactional documents, contracts, and other legal agreements, such as complex strategic supply, distributor, purchase, service and real estate agreements. Handling dispute resolution, lawsuits, and arbitrations by providing advice and regular, clear communication of litigation issues and opportunities to the affected business and legal function. Assisting with mergers & acquisitions due diligence depending on the situation and background. Managing employment matters, providing counsel to the HR department on policies and procedures, handling employee relations, investigations and litigation. Willing to work on the smallest and simplest, as well as the most complex and matter, legal matters faced by the company. Will support Corporate Real Estate team across all areas of leasehold, tenancy, construction and ownership issues, including negotiations with third parties, and coordination with brokers, external consultants and outside counsel. Support the Digital Solutions / eCommerce team with expansion of global online sales and e-marketing channels while protecting the brand through execution of new supplier, channel partner or e-marketplace agreements, and establishing new country eCommerce sites. Advise global EHS team and around local EHS initiatives; provide legal leadership on pending regulatory examinations, investigations and enforcement actions; engage and direct outside counsel, as required. Participate in Global L&C projects and drive related America's implementation across the Company, including Danaher initiatives, DBS-related projects and L&C department action plans. Identify, retain, and manage external counsel in a cost-effective and efficient manner. Support L&C budget process, including monthly expense and accrual updates. 10+ years of relevant experience in either a law firm or as in-house counsel is required, preferably in one or more of the Pall Industrial markets that include microelectronics, aerospace, fuels, petrochemical, chemical, automotive and power generation required. Juris Doctorate with excellent academic credentials from an accredited law school required. Active bar membership in at least one US jurisdiction required. Fluency in either Spanish or Portuguese a plus. Experience with complex commercial and corporate transactions and operational work required. Experience in managing litigation, real estate and/or regulatory matters are a plus. Technology-savvy and proficient in all Microsoft Office applications required. Excellent interpersonal skills, professional maturity and confidence; comfortable dealing with all levels of the organization required. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Strong ability to communicate concisely with a wide variety of audiences, including senior management and key external partners and proven ability to engage, influence and align stakeholders required. Business-focused approach to recognizing needs, solving problems, anticipating issues required. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-04

Corporate Contracts Attorney

Miami FL Corporate Contracts Attorney Responsibilities: Draft, negotiate and interpret commercial agreements (both client and vendor contracts). Perform risk assessment related to commercial terms. Facilitate the approval and execution of commercial agreements. Provide legal counsel regarding real estate transactions. Work in conjunction with outside counsel on intellectual property matters as needed. Handle various corporate matters as necessary, including annual reports, regulatory filings, drafting resolutions, etc. Other matters as requested. Provide independent advice and counsel to internal business partners.

Qualifications: Must have a JD Degree from an US Accredited University. 4-7 years of directly related work experience in a law firm or corporate legal environment. Contract negotiation and management skills, including drafting, negotiating, administration, and follow-through. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Work effectively with high levels of client/customer interaction and visibility. Fluency in English and Spanish a plus. Experience structuring, drafting, and negotiating sophisticated commercial contracts required (BPO experience a plus). Experience forming and maintaining corporate entities in the U.S. (LatAm, a plus). Experience managing labor and commercial litigation in LatAm a plus. Superior judgment, discretion, and ability to maintain confidentiality.
Legal 4 - 7 Full-time 2020-12-26

Florida - Corporate Counsel - M&A

Boca Raton FL Corporate Counsel - M&A
The candidate will provide legal support, counseling and review of due diligence, including title and survey review, in connection with M&A transactions. Will prepare and negotiate of purchase and sale agreements. Handle general due diligence review. Review title commitments, exceptions and surveys. Resolve title/survey problems and answer title/survey questions. Review, draft and negotiate ground leases, tenant leases, easements and other documents in connection with M&A transactions. Engage and coordinate local counsel as necessary. Assist with post-closing issues as they related to tower sites acquired. Other projects and duties as assigned. May direct activities of administrative support staff and legal assistants as assigned by Associate General Counsel, the Vice President of M&A, and General Counsel.

The candidate should have B.A./B.S. and J.D. degree. Current Bar admittance in respective state is required. Must have 4-6 years of experience in corporate matters and real estate transactions including, ability to prepare and negotiate purchase and sale agreements, title and survey review and landlord tenant relations. Knowledge of finance and general corporate matters are strongly preferred. Ability to read and write Spanish or Portuguese is preferred.
Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2013-02-13

Florida - Corporate Tax Manager

Fort Lauderdale FL Corporate Tax Manager
The candidate will be responsible for the delivery of a full range of tax services for multiple clients in a wide variety of industries. Responsibilities include interacting closely with clients to provide innovative tax planning, consulting, and compliance expertise; providing primary and secondary review of complex tax returns; developing and managing staff; and working closely with partners and staff on client management, practice development, and business development activities. Will manage, direct, and monitor multiple client services teams on client engagements; plan, execute, direct, and complete tax projects in a wide variety of industries; provide innovative tax planning, consulting, and compliance expertise to clients; and manage to budget. Manage, develop, train, and mentor staff on tax projects and assess performance for engagement and year-end reviews. Conduct primary and secondary review of complicated or complex income tax returns including Corporate, S-Corp., partnership, and individual clients. Maintain active communication with clients to manage expectations, ensure satisfaction, make sure deadlines are met, and lead change efforts effectively. Consult, work with, and service client to make recommendations on business and process improvement and serve as a business advisor to client.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree in Accounting. CPA, Master's in Taxation, LL.M. in Taxation, or J.D. degree is needed. Must have 5-7 years of progressive federal tax consulting and/or compliance experience in public accounting or a combination of corporate and public accounting experience. Experience in Corporate, S-Corp. and/or Partnership returns is required. Should have excellent analytical, technical, and tax accounting/technology skills with proficiency in US GAAP, tax compliance, corporate consolidated returns, consolidated federal tax returns, partnership returns, and combined state tax returns.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2013-01-09
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VP Contracts And Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Acts as in-house legal counsel; Drafts, reviews, negotiates & interprets contracts and agreements, proposed legislation, reinsurance, company regulations, policy forms, filing... + read more

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Legal Counsel, Corporate The candidate will negotiate construction contracts for the development and improvement of company datacenters throughout the Americas region (currently, Canada, US, Mexico, Colombia and Brazil). With support from senior cou... + read more

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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# CCTE154615
 
Corporate Counsel Candidate will be responsible for ensuring that the group's contracts, human resources, and relations with partners and vendors are best in class and continually optimized. Will establish strong relationships with the 40+ office and site managers, senior leaders and physicians and serve as the trusted resource for all levels of management for legal matters. Negotiate, draft, and review contracts and other legal documents, including real estate leases, property and asset acquisitions, purchasing, joint ventures, managed care, physician services, licenses and other intellectual property agreements, business associate agreements, academic affiliations, and financing documentation. Perform legal and factual research necessary to draft and analyze various contracts, policies, and other documents and to advise internal clients, primarily the CEO and President. Work in concert with outside professionals, especially outside counsel and outside accountants, to ensure that management receives the best possible actionable advice to support the company's clinical and business operations. Determine when legal and other related matters should be managed by in-house counsel versus using outside specialists. Provide counsel on health care laws including those on privacy, Medicare, Medicaid and other government programs, fraud and abuse, physician self-referral and anti-kickback laws, and EMTALA. Offer guidance on revenue cycle matters, including collection and third-party liability issues. Tender counsel on physician and medical staff matters, including compliance with operating agreements, shareholder agreements, bylaws, corrective actions, peer review, and disciplinary actions of medical or administrative staff. Provide advice for legal aspects of patient care with significant medico-legal dimensions, including informed consent, medical records/privacy issues, and patients rights issues. In collaboration with the company's management and compliance staff, continually update compliance policies and procedures and work closely with appropriate parties to resolve compliance concerns. Support the CEO, president, risk management committee and shareholders in management of claims. Assist in promoting efficiency of the legal department by preparing templates, forms, outlines, instructional materials, and other tools and resources. Advance their personal knowledge base in the legal, compliance, business and health care arenas by pursuing continuing education and personal credentials, looking to continually enhance opportunities for the Practice. Select, hire, manage and mentor appropriate legal support staff. Travel to physician, vendor, and outside counsel offices, hospitals, or other locations as necessary to support the above duties.

Qualifications: JD degree, admission to, and in good standing with the Florida Bar. 5+ years of relevant work experience. Experience in a rapidly growing mid- to large-sized corporate employer or in an established law firm is a significant plus. Employment in smaller law firms will be considered. Experience in drafting and negotiating a variety of agreements required. Experience in managing outside counsel relationships considered a significant plus. Healthcare industry knowledge and experience is highly desirable. Experience in human resources or staffing is also highly desirable. Microsoft Office productivity suite knowledge and capability is required. Strong interpersonal skills are required. An infectious and extremely positive attitude, be self-motivated and driven to succeed.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# UASS154500
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Draft and negotiate complex agreements and provide legal counsel on general commercial and transactional matters. Implement and support contract lifecycle management process. Advise the business on legal implications of domestic and international privacy and data-related laws and regulations. Ensure company policies, procedures, agreements and practices comply with all regulatory requirements. Draft, develop, and implement legal- and compliance-related policies, procedures, forms, notices, and guidelines necessary to meet applicable requirements/standards. Perform general legal research, review and counsel for projects and strategic initiatives. Support internal investigation and complaint handling process. Manage effective relationships with outside counsel. Identify existing and potential legal and regulatory risks related to services, products and business activities, assess the likely impact of such risks, and propose solutions to address those risks. Collaborate with the General Counsel on compliance matters and enterprise risk management. Support intellectual property portfolio, including trademark application and protection processes. Partner with the business to recommend company policy and position on legal issues including determination of training needs relating to legal compliance. Provide training to the company on legal topics.

Qualifications: Bachelor's and J.D. degree from a recognized university is required; must also have a membership in good standing with applicant's State Bar. 7 years of corporate and/or professional law experience required; in-house counsel experience preferred. Experience with complex commercial contracts and contract lifecycle management. Experience with establishing data privacy or other regulatory compliance processes across an organization preferred; certification such as CIPP preferred. Experience dealing with large corporations and clients. Experience with software/technology and licensing, and/or financial services. Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously and adapt to new demands and challenges. Highly collaborative with internal and external stakeholders and partners with the ability to lead and participate in cross-functional teams. Strong verbal and written communication skills including ability to influence associates, leaders and cross-functional partners. Decisive, and resourceful with strong negotiation skills on both legal and financial/commercial issues. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision. Ability to work through challenges using innovative approaches and solutions. Detail-oriented with a high degree of accuracy. Enthusiastic and energetic.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Finance Banking Counsel - Assistant Vice President
Refer job# BPNH154484
 
Corporate Finance Banking Counsel - Assistant Vice President Responsibilities: Review and comment on loan commitment letters, term sheets, fee letters and credit agreements and other loan documents. Draft, negotiate and close short-term lending financings for Corporate Bank clients and coordinate with business and portfolio teams regarding closing and other deal execution matters. Prepare clear and concise advice to clients and outside legal counsel regarding lending transactions, including legal policy points and other legal/regulatory matters relevant to the transaction. Work with colleagues in the Legal Department in the U.S. and overseas to coordinate advice regarding transactions and actual and proposed regulatory change. Coordinate with Bank Compliance, Bank Credit and other control functions to ensure that internal approvals, legal policy points and legal/regulatory changes are understood and reflected in final documentation. Active involvement in management of legal, regulatory and reputational risk issues, and work with clients and Bank Legal Billing to manage external counsel engagements and legal costs and expenses.

Qualifications: Bar qualified in one of the 50 States of the U.S. Relevant experience at a law firm/in-house. Focused on a role as a Legal Risk Manager. Good experience with and a sound understanding of U.S. market lending documentation. Proactive, motivated and able to appropriately weigh risk, reputational and commercial issues in solving sophisticated legal problems.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# COMB154486
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Lead strategic transactions for the Company, including leading negotiations for corporate M&A and complex licensing & collaboration transactions. Structure, draft and negotiate complex transactional agreements related to the same. Manage internal and external deal processes and drive deal execution (including form documentation). Plan, assist and coordinate due diligence exercises as needed. The majority of transactions will focus on the United States market, however the targeted geographies include Canada, Europe, Mexico, Brazil and other Latin American countries. Lead drafting of general corporate contracts - drafting, negotiating and reviewing a wide variety of corporate contracts, including confidentiality, consulting, services, manufacturing, clinical trial, basic licensing and related agreements. Work closely with Business Development, Finance/Accounting, Commercial, and Human Resources departments to assist in their day to day operations/functions. Research, reports and recommend corporate actions based on applicable law and regulations affecting company projects, deployments, business development, accounting, tax, facilities and administration (including human resources). Review and revise company policies and procedures as required by applicable law and regulations, and internal requirements. Support Senior Vice President - Legal Affairs in other tasks, including review and negotiation of lender and other strategic agreements. Advise senior management and business personnel, as required. Assist with regulatory and other legal pharmaceutical compliance matters, as required. Manage internal team members and constituents and outside advisors, including active management of outside counsel.

Qualifications: JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school with strong academic credentials. BA/BS from accredited institution. Member of at least one state Bar. 10 years of law firm and/or in-house legal experience. Experience and familiarity with foreign jurisdictions, and especially Europe, is a plus. Experience with drafting and negotiating M&A documents, commercial contracts and pharmaceutical licensing agreements. Special consideration will be given to candidates who can demonstrate a robust understanding of pharmaceutical business transactions and regulatory issues, intellectual property law, licensing and mergers and acquisitions. Awareness of healthcare laws and regulations, including Medicare, Anti-kickback, Stark law. Excellent communication skills (both verbal and written). History of self-motivation, sound judgment and excellent interpersonal relations. Requires intelligence, initiative, responsibility, creativity, motivation, flexibility, and the ability to work independently with minimal supervision. Ability to communicate effectively with a variety of constituents to include executive management, company associates, outside counsel, outside organizations and agencies. Demonstrate broad business orientation and ability to quickly establish credibility as an attorney and business partner with cross functional perspective. Responsiveness and adaptability. Integrity and strong ethics. Willingness and interest in learning and continuing to develop one's career and skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate/in-house Attorney
Refer job# ZMVL154437
 
Corporate/In-House Attorney The candidate will be responsible for drafting and negotiating a wide range of company contracts and service agreements. In addition, will provide additional corporate, transactional, and other legal support as part of the legal team for the company. With excellent work-ethic, the person in this role must be intellectually curious and ready to enthusiastically tackle novel legal and industry issues while providing overall legal support to a quickly growing company. Candidates must possess excellent academic credentials, outstanding written and oral advocacy skills, and strong software/technological skills. will be well-organized, detail-oriented, and able to independently manage a caseload where all work is time-sensitive. Draft, review, and negotiate contracts across all areas of the company, including but not limited to, non-disclosure, consulting, service, employment, and commercial contracts. Facilitate internal contract approval and stakeholder negotiation to resolve complex issues and assist in disputes (escalating complex legal and factual issues to the appropriate internal parties). Communicate with business units ensuring all obligations are being met (e.g., milestones, deliverables, invoicing, etc.). Interpret and advise on contract requirements, obligations, customer resolutions, and risk exposure. Handle depositions as a corporate representative. Prepare pleadings, discovery, demands, and responses. Travel via commercial transportation or driving to job-related activities (up to 25%). Incumbents are not permitted to handle any legal business outside of the Company and candidates must cease all outside practice and all suit involvement before joining JasperINC. Accountability, adaptability, communication, and integrity. Experience in a corporate business environment are required. A background in operations, engineering, or labor/construction a plus - not required. Ability to deliver strong results with limited resources, under tight deadlines, and with a high degree of accuracy are required. Strong oral and written communication skills are required. Ability to maintain strict confidentiality of sensitive information are required. Juris Doctor (JD) degree from an American Bar Association accredited law school required. Must be able to pass an extensive background screening and have a valid Driver's License. Must have reliable transportation to and from work. Preferably 3-5 years of in-house counsel experience are required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Industrial
Refer job# WFKD154357
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Industrial The candidate will be gaining a solid understanding of firm's businesses, identifying appropriate legal strategies to facilitate strategic goals and minimize risks. Functioning as a strategic business partner who provides trusted counsel on legal issues considering both global and local requirements. Working with the business to negotiate, review, and draft transactional documents, contracts, and other legal agreements, such as complex strategic supply, distributor, purchase, service and real estate agreements. Handling dispute resolution, lawsuits, and arbitrations by providing advice and regular, clear communication of litigation issues and opportunities to the affected business and legal function. Assisting with mergers & acquisitions due diligence depending on the situation and background. Managing employment matters, providing counsel to the HR department on policies and procedures, handling employee relations, investigations and litigation. Willing to work on the smallest and simplest, as well as the most complex and matter, legal matters faced by the company. Will support Corporate Real Estate team across all areas of leasehold, tenancy, construction and ownership issues, including negotiations with third parties, and coordination with brokers, external consultants and outside counsel. Support the Digital Solutions / eCommerce team with expansion of global online sales and e-marketing channels while protecting the brand through execution of new supplier, channel partner or e-marketplace agreements, and establishing new country eCommerce sites. Advise global EHS team and around local EHS initiatives; provide legal leadership on pending regulatory examinations, investigations and enforcement actions; engage and direct outside counsel, as required. Participate in Global L&C projects and drive related America's implementation across the Company, including Danaher initiatives, DBS-related projects and L&C department action plans. Identify, retain, and manage external counsel in a cost-effective and efficient manner. Support L&C budget process, including monthly expense and accrual updates. 10+ years of relevant experience in either a law firm or as in-house counsel is required, preferably in one or more of the Pall Industrial markets that include microelectronics, aerospace, fuels, petrochemical, chemical, automotive and power generation required. Juris Doctorate with excellent academic credentials from an accredited law school required. Active bar membership in at least one US jurisdiction required. Fluency in either Spanish or Portuguese a plus. Experience with complex commercial and corporate transactions and operational work required. Experience in managing litigation, real estate and/or regulatory matters are a plus. Technology-savvy and proficient in all Microsoft Office applications required. Excellent interpersonal skills, professional maturity and confidence; comfortable dealing with all levels of the organization required. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Strong ability to communicate concisely with a wide variety of audiences, including senior management and key external partners and proven ability to engage, influence and align stakeholders required. Business-focused approach to recognizing needs, solving problems, anticipating issues required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Contracts Attorney
Refer job# BLJD154216
 
Corporate Contracts Attorney Responsibilities: Draft, negotiate and interpret commercial agreements (both client and vendor contracts). Perform risk assessment related to commercial terms. Facilitate the approval and execution of commercial agreements. Provide legal counsel regarding real estate transactions. Work in conjunction with outside counsel on intellectual property matters as needed. Handle various corporate matters as necessary, including annual reports, regulatory filings, drafting resolutions, etc. Other matters as requested. Provide independent advice and counsel to internal business partners.

Qualifications: Must have a JD Degree from an US Accredited University. 4-7 years of directly related work experience in a law firm or corporate legal environment. Contract negotiation and management skills, including drafting, negotiating, administration, and follow-through. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Work effectively with high levels of client/customer interaction and visibility. Fluency in English and Spanish a plus. Experience structuring, drafting, and negotiating sophisticated commercial contracts required (BPO experience a plus). Experience forming and maintaining corporate entities in the U.S. (LatAm, a plus). Experience managing labor and commercial litigation in LatAm a plus. Superior judgment, discretion, and ability to maintain confidentiality.
 
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Florida - Corporate Counsel - M&A
Refer job# MWJB25586
 
Corporate Counsel - M&A
The candidate will provide legal support, counseling and review of due diligence, including title and survey review, in connection with M&A transactions. Will prepare and negotiate of purchase and sale agreements. Handle general due diligence review. Review title commitments, exceptions and surveys. Resolve title/survey problems and answer title/survey questions. Review, draft and negotiate ground leases, tenant leases, easements and other documents in connection with M&A transactions. Engage and coordinate local counsel as necessary. Assist with post-closing issues as they related to tower sites acquired. Other projects and duties as assigned. May direct activities of administrative support staff and legal assistants as assigned by Associate General Counsel, the Vice President of M&A, and General Counsel.

The candidate should have B.A./B.S. and J.D. degree. Current Bar admittance in respective state is required. Must have 4-6 years of experience in corporate matters and real estate transactions including, ability to prepare and negotiate purchase and sale agreements, title and survey review and landlord tenant relations. Knowledge of finance and general corporate matters are strongly preferred. Ability to read and write Spanish or Portuguese is preferred.
 
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Florida - Corporate Tax Manager
Refer job# 9GZ525171
 
Corporate Tax Manager
The candidate will be responsible for the delivery of a full range of tax services for multiple clients in a wide variety of industries. Responsibilities include interacting closely with clients to provide innovative tax planning, consulting, and compliance expertise; providing primary and secondary review of complex tax returns; developing and managing staff; and working closely with partners and staff on client management, practice development, and business development activities. Will manage, direct, and monitor multiple client services teams on client engagements; plan, execute, direct, and complete tax projects in a wide variety of industries; provide innovative tax planning, consulting, and compliance expertise to clients; and manage to budget. Manage, develop, train, and mentor staff on tax projects and assess performance for engagement and year-end reviews. Conduct primary and secondary review of complicated or complex income tax returns including Corporate, S-Corp., partnership, and individual clients. Maintain active communication with clients to manage expectations, ensure satisfaction, make sure deadlines are met, and lead change efforts effectively. Consult, work with, and service client to make recommendations on business and process improvement and serve as a business advisor to client.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree in Accounting. CPA, Master's in Taxation, LL.M. in Taxation, or J.D. degree is needed. Must have 5-7 years of progressive federal tax consulting and/or compliance experience in public accounting or a combination of corporate and public accounting experience. Experience in Corporate, S-Corp. and/or Partnership returns is required. Should have excellent analytical, technical, and tax accounting/technology skills with proficiency in US GAAP, tax compliance, corporate consolidated returns, consolidated federal tax returns, partnership returns, and combined state tax returns.
 
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