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Senior Counsel - Securities, Corporate And M&a

Boca Raton FL Senior Counsel - Securities, Corporate and M&A Duties: Prepare SEC filings including 10-K annual reports, 10-Q quarterly reports, 8-K current reports and annual proxy statements. Advise and provide support to the General Counsel on a wide variety of corporate matters including, the annual meeting of stockholders, corporate policies, and investor outreach. Review and advise on press releases, the corporate website, investor presentations, CSR matters and other external communications. Oversee and advise on Section 16 filings, administration of 10b5-1 plans and insider trading. Provide support on M&A transactions, including diligence, execution and integration. Provide support for capital markets and financing transactions, including securities offerings, credit agreements and related activities. Oversee company equity incentive, compensation, benefit and severance plans, including compliance, reporting and administration. Provide support for insurance coverage and insurance-related matters. Assist with coverage of other general corporate and legal matters, as needed. Appropriately manage a heavy workflow, set appropriate priorities and deliver results efficiently. Advance a positive spirit of partnership and collaboration with internal team members and legal colleagues. Exercise mature, and reliable judgment while contributing to the company's enthusiastic and fast-paced environment. Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: Juris Doctorate from a nationally recognized law school. Admitted to practice in CA and/or FL. 4+ years of securities experience at a leading national law firm or publicly traded company, with ability to handle responsibility with a minimum of supervision. Highly proficient knowledge of securities and corporate law, including M&A with 6+ years of practice in these areas. Experience drafting and negotiating a variety of legal contracts and transactional documents. Government contracting experience is a plus. Ability to manage and serve a wide range of team members and legal activities within the company by prioritizing projects and responding efficiently and pragmatically to reporting deadlines, urgent situations and other time sensitive needs. Team player who is collaborative, resourceful, flexible, and willing to engage in a wide variety of tasks and responsibilities. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (written and oral), research skills and attention to detail. Good business judgment, high level of professional integrity and the discretion, tact, and ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive business matters.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-25

Corporate Attorney (contracts)

Saint Petersburg FL Corporate Attorney (Contracts) Responsibilities: Review, draft and negotiate a wide variety of sophisticated commercial contracts, such as vendor/procurement, sales/service, and non-disclosure agreements. Advise various internal departments regarding contract terms and implications on business operations, including providing guidance and practical solutions. Assist senior internal counsel with matters including legal research projects and commercial disputes. Draft and respond to demand letters related to contract matters.

Qualifications: Undergraduate Degree and JD Degree (from ABA-accredited law school) required. Admission to a State Bar with an active membership in good standing is required; admission to the State of Florida Bar is preferred. Should have 5 years of experience as an attorney in drafting and negotiating a wide range of contracts. Experience within a corporate legal environment preferred. Experience working in the financial services sector is preferred.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-25

Corporate Counsel Development, Real Estate & Entity Management

Orlando FL Corporate Counsel Development, Real Estate & Entity Management Duties: Negotiate and draft complex transaction documents, including purchase and sale agreements, development and construction related agreements, service agreements, infrastructure agreements, easement agreements, financing documentation, and various closing documents. Manage and coordinate all aspects of real estate acquisitions and dispositions, including due diligence, title and survey review, and closings. Advise business teams on matters related to land use, zoning and entitlements. Provide legal support and advice to the MVW Asset Management group. Provide legal advice and act as a strategic thought partner throughout various stages of real estate acquisitions and dispositions. Manage outside counsel and outside counsel legal budgets. Draft, negotiate, and review construction-related documentation, including general contractor agreements, project/construction management agreements, architect and consultant agreements. Provide day-to-day support and direction to the MVW Resort Development, Asset Management and Architectural & Construction groups. Draft, negotiate, and review finance-related agreements and documentation, such as commitment letters, loan documentation, guarantees, ancillary agreements, and related agreements. Provide legal support in the area of entity management for domestic and foreign entities.

Qualifications: Excellent academic record with a law degree from a top law school. Admission to the Bar of any state and Active Bar membership. Should have 8 years of experience in a well-regarded law firm or comparable corporate environment. Substantive experience in complex real estate transactions; and Substantive experience with condominium and other participatory interest structures. Broad base of legal knowledge. Excellent drafting and negotiating skills. Excellent written and oral communication skills. PC and other relevant technology competencies (e.g., Microsoft applications). Ability to think strategically and creatively and provide leadership in business environment. Ability to work independently, take ownership of, and effectively resolve problems. Ability to expeditiously identify and assess issues, evaluate risk, and provide legally sound recommendations consistent with good business practices and reason.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-23

Senior Corporate Counsel (healthcare) And Privacy Officer

Tampa FL Senior Corporate Counsel (Healthcare) and Privacy Officer Duties: Being the company expert on HIPAA privacy laws, rules and regulations and administering the Company's overall HIPAA privacy program with respect to employees, clients and vendors. Preparing and implementing effective HIPAA and compliance training and policies and procedures throughout the entire organization to ensure that any changes in regulations are communicated in a timely manner and understood by all. Developing and enforcing HIPAA privacy policies and procedures. Assist management in coordinating internal compliance reviews and monitoring activities and third-party audits, including annual or periodic reviews of departments and periodic vendor and client audits. Implement and maintain an effective incident response program, including, but not limited to managing outside counsel, insurance claims, forensics experts and others as necessary. Work closely with Information Technology and Security Officer to evaluate appropriate technology solutions to safeguard PHI and PII. Reviewing software functionality to evaluate and analyze privacy and security implications. Being the subject matter expert on business associate agreements and ensuring all appropriate agreements are in place. Advising on implement programs regarding data rights and usage, data de-identification and monetization of data. Advising on and implement programs to ensure compliance with anti-kickback statutes, the False Claims Act and related health care laws. Assisting with oversight of health IT compliance including with respect to Medicaid Promoting Interoperability and the Merit-based Incentive Payment System programs, information blocking and other government incentive programs. Assisting with compliance with the regulation of electronic health record software developer requirements under the Officer of the National Coordinator of Health Information Technology, 21st Century Cures and other applicable laws, rules, and regulations. Drafting, reviewing and negotiating a wide range of commercial agreements, including complex technology transactions involving electronic health records, software licensing, cybersecurity/privacy, telehealth, data analytics services, clearinghouse services, cloud hosting services, third party outsourcing/partnering relationships and data sharing. Partner with a substantial number of internal clients to structure contracts and commercial transactions. Review and advise on the impact of healthcare regulations on business and third-party relationships.

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree and JD required. Applicate State Bar licensure or in-house counsel qualification. Should have 5-8 years of legal counsel experience preferably in a healthcare organization. A combination of law firm and in-house experience is preferred. Strong communication (both verbal and written), diplomacy, and the ability to establish credibility necessary to effectively influence company employees and executives. Demonstrated PC skills, proficient with Microsoft Windows applications. Demonstrated skills with utilizing current technologies in support of the organization such as Microsoft Office, Compliance 360, file management systems, and other applicable hardware/software programs. Strong quantitative and qualitative analytical skills. Outstanding strategic planning and management skills.
Legal 5 - 8 Full-time 2022-06-21

Corporate Attorney Global Compliance Officer

Tampa FL Corporate Attorney - Global Compliance Officer Duties: The candidate will oversee the design and implementation of a mature and in-depth compliance program, covering a range of traditional compliance subject matters ranging from anti-corruption, competition/antitrust, data protection/privacy and information security, sanctions, and trade compliance among others. Support implementation and communication of the Masonite Values Guide and provide ongoing integrity training and assistance in responding to compliance inquiries, and with investigation and resolution of any integrity issues that may arise. Work with members of functional and segment leadership teams to develop annual and quarterly compliance plans, operating reviews, and compliance KPIs to support business and compliance priorities. Develop, communicate, deploy and monitor compliance policies, processes, and training on complying with global competition/antitrust laws. Design and administer an enterprise-wide privacy program ensuring the organization's policies and procedures comply with regulatory and ethical standards regarding the proper collection, use, protection, process, and sharing of personally identifiable information. Own and maintain the organization's global data protection compliance procedures, updating policies and guidance, centralizing processes, and putting in place robust, time-bound enhancement plans where necessary. Inform and advise internal functional groups on data privacy developments across the world, including EU GDPR, China PIPL, California CCPA, Brazil LGPD, Singapore PDPA, and others. Identify and evaluate known and potential privacy risks and compliance risks across the organization, and its subsidiaries, develop proper controls to mitigate the risk and conduct ongoing compliance monitoring to ensure compliance. Partner with all key business areas, in particular sales, marketing, and IT security, to ensure data privacy issues are considered at the outset of new projects, products, and initiatives. Negotiate data security and privacy provisions in a wide variety of commercial transactions. Handle inquiries and issues relating to data privacy practices, withdrawal of consent, the right to be forgotten, and related rights. Assist SVP, and General Counsel with various legal matters and perform other tasks as assigned from time to time. Work on complex issues where analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth knowledge of the Company; Regularly interact with executives and senior managers in connection with matters of significance to the organization.

Qualifications: The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited US law school. Should have 5+ years of experience practicing as an attorney; Law firm experience required, in-house experience preferred. Member in good standing of a State Bar Association. Strong negotiation and decision-making. Self-starter who is open-minded embraces technology and thrives in a dynamic environment. Solid knowledge of key corporate compliance laws, regulations, and guidance including but not limited to, global anti-corruption, data privacy, antitrust, anti-bribery, economic sanctions, etc. Capable of spotting compliance issues and correspondingly strong ability to provide solutions or paths to resolution. Ability to understand complicated laws and regulations and translate them into practical, business-oriented legal advice. Leadership skills and emotional intelligence. Executive, board room presence. Outstanding communication to all levels of the organization and outside parties. Excels under pressure, willing to go the extra mile in a constantly changing environment. Organized, detail-oriented, and self-motivated with little supervision. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with the team, customers, and vendors. Well-versed in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. Positive attitude and ethics. A team player who supports the company's values and culture.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-18

Senior Corporate Counsel - Legal Operations

Tampa FL Senior Corporate Counsel - Legal Operations Duties: Annual Forecast development and management. Quarterly forecast variance analysis. Serve as Legal Point of Contact (POC) for Finance, Tax, Audit functions. Coordinate with Legal Operations Manager and team on Coupa; Tracker; SAP; Law Firm; Vendor Management; Outside Counsel Policies (internal); External Billing Guidelines and Engagement Letters; and Law firm RFP and Negotiation Process. Manage vendors directly or indirectly in cooperation with Global Procurement team Legal POC - Accounts Payable, Global Procurement functions. Records Policy and Schedule ownership and maintenance. Training, communication, and daily support as RM subject matter expert for the company. Policy / Schedule SME in support of semi-annual Quality Audits and annual ISO audit. Creation and support of controls for retention of key records, such as email, in connection with Litigation / eDiscovery requirements. Attorney-level understanding of the risks and legal implications associated with legal holds, data spoliation, and excessive data preservation. LEGAL POC - Quality function (primarily), all other corporate functions, sites, and business units. Quarterly management of metrics collection and preparation via Power BI framework. Co-ownership of key legal and other technology, such as Tracker, Exterro, and DocuSign. Software integration troubleshooting. LEGAL POC - IT, AP functions. Development and management of project plans, RACI charts, and project team coordination. Process mapping and improvement for key functions within the Legal Department. Works with limited supervision, excels at creative problem solving, manages internal and external relationships with tact, understands strategic vision, executes on plans, and communicates challenges as they arise in a professional manner. Reports to Sr. Associate General Counsel, Legal Operations No supervisory responsibilities, but close coordination with the Legal Operations Manager, Sr. Legal Technology Coordinator, and key members of each of the practice groups within the Legal Department, as well main cross-functional points of contact.

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree; Finance or Business preferred. JD and active State Bar membership. Should have 5-10 of legal experience, with 2-3 years of legal operations experience or a demonstrated interest in the field of legal operations. Excellent oral and written communication, good judgment, strong interpersonal skills, and demonstrated ability to work in a changing, fast-paced, and energetic environment. An ability to communicate well with both lawyers and non-lawyers, including employees at all levels seeking advice. Strong work ethic, motivated, able to prioritize and manage competing demands.
Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2022-06-17

Corporate Counsel

Tampa FL Corporate Counsel, Corporate Patent Agent The candidate will be providing intellectual property (IP) support for a variety of Innovative projects within Pfizer's Research and Development groups, including identifying potential patent opportunities, preparing and prosecuting patent applications on a worldwide basis, monitoring third-party research and development activities, monitoring competitor products and other related support. Understanding complex technical concepts and technology and conducting IP analyses for pharmaceutical drug substances and drug products including new chemical entities, salts, polymorphic forms, formulations, new uses, and new dosage forms. Performing landscape, patentability, and freedom-to-operate analyses. Reviewing publications for IP opportunities. Supporting adversarial proceedings in markets around the world, including Europe where direct participation in proceedings will be required. Coordination with IP Enforcement in support of Court based adversarial proceedings. Advising project teams and commercial product teams. Providing legal support for IP aspects of relevant business/transactional matters, including conducting IP due diligence in support of potential licensing or acquisition opportunities and IP Agreement support. Managing a patent docket, personal business travel, and the use of outside counsel to ensure that IP support is provided in a cost-effective manner that meets the budgetary goals of the IP Department. Presenting before key IP and Legal teams, including IP Dept committees, with respect to IP matters being handled by the attorney.

The candidate must have an MS or Ph.D. degree in chemistry, or closely related scientific field, or comparable research experience. Must be registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Should preferably have a J.D. and be a member of at least one state bar. US Patent Agents are encouraged to apply. Must have 6-8 years of work experience in the sciences field and 2+ years of relevant patent experience at a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Should have 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. Deadline: July 5, 2022
Legal 6 - 8 Full-time 2022-06-17

Corporate Counsel

Miami FL Corporate Counsel Duties: The candidate will become a trusted advisor to leaders in our sales organization on critical go-to-market issues and strategies. Negotiate, draft and provide a strategy for complex and strategic deals with customers, including solutions such as software-as-a-service and subscription services, professional and consulting services, on-premise software, and support; as well as data privacy and security issues. Participate in various transformational projects and initiatives relating to SaaS transformation and go-to-market strategy. Develop and execute with a focus on client service, customer satisfaction, and practical, smart risk-taking. Drive continuous improvements in our contracts and negotiations, and related templates, playbooks, technology, and processes in collaboration with our GLS STAR Operations team.

Qualifications: A JD or equivalent law degree from an accredited law school. Should have 7-10 years of experience as a practicing lawyer, with at least 4 years of in-house experience with a technology company with a SaaS/subscription business model. Experience working in a complex, matrixed organization and with all levels of management, consulting with key stakeholders. Member of a State Bar and in good standing. Possess excellent negotiating, drafting, and influencing skills, and have expert knowledge across a wide range of commercial contracting and legal matters. Deep understanding of technology-related issues and solutions (legal, commercial and operational), including cloud/subscription services, software, and related services. Strong critical and innovative thinker who possesses excellent business sense and judgment. Show exceptional collaboration skills with legal colleagues and peers across the region and in other geographies and areas of subject-matter expertise to a collegial atmosphere, provide quality support to the business and present a unified and coordinated face of one Legal Team ¬Ě.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2022-06-17

Associate Corporate Counsel

Orlando FL Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will be advising as lead counsel on SaaS transactional matters (e.g., SaaS contracts, partnering agreements, vendor/supplier agreements, etc.). Will be working with GC to drive compliance objectives (related to data privacy, intellectual property, employment matters, etc.), with the ability to manage/drive related projects to overcome obstacles and produce results in a timely fashion. Conducting and reporting on legal research in support of assigned projects/matters and in support of strategic legal initiatives, and as may otherwise be assigned by the General Counsel. Serve as project manager for certain legal department initiatives, including forming and maintaining necessary cross-departmental relationships, tracking objectives, evaluating and creating project plans, and reporting to General Counsel regarding the status and resource needs. Foster and maintain a work environment that promotes collaboration, teamwork, mutual respect, and employee satisfaction that encompasses Firms core values. Perform other duties as required.

The candidate should have BA/BS and Juris Doctorate (JD) from a law school accredited by the ABA. Must have admission to a state bar and currently in good standing. Must have 3 years of experience practicing law in a technology field, including licensing and/or SaaS subscription agreements. Experience implementing and/or drafting data privacy/security processes is required. Law firm experience preferred, in addition to in-house experience. Must be able to dive deep into the weeds on a daily basis (AND get the details right, consistently), while being able to communicate clear summaries at a high level to the General Counsel and other management. Must be able to manage competing priorities and make practical business-minded decisions in addressing such priorities. Must be results-driven with the ability to meet deadlines. Must have impeccable attention to detail in all drafting. Must be highly skilled in the use of Google and Microsoft word processing and spreadsheet products. Must be willing, ready, and able to influence, negotiate, and hold teams accountable to execute, in a manner that inspires action, rather than resistance. Ability to work independently and in ambiguous situations is required.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-14

Vp, Corporate Counsel, Private Funds

Boca Raton FL VP, Corporate Counsel, Private Funds Duties: Represent the firm's Chief Investment Office in connection with its $519 billion portfolios, including over $13.5 billion of alternative asset investments. Representation of the company in the review of private placement memoranda, conducting due diligence and negotiation of limited partnership agreements; side letters; subscription agreements; and applicable consents and amendments. Representation of the company in the review and negotiation of co-investments with private equity managers. Representation of the company in the review and negotiation of the transfer of limited partnership interests in connection with affiliated limited partnership interest transfers and secondary transactions. Representation of the company in the review and negotiation of debt and financing agreements with respect to Impact Investments. Collaborate with the company attorneys on tax, ERISA, insurance company investment restrictions, and other related regulatory matters relevant to private equity and debt investment. Collaborate with the company Compliance personnel on compliance matters relevant to private equity, real estate, and debt investments. Provide legal advice to the AAG regarding current legal developments affecting private equity, real estate, and hedge fund investment activity.

Qualifications: Law degree required; admission to the Bar of at least one state, and will need to obtain the New Jersey Corporate Counsel licenses if not admitted to the New Jersey Bar; have 5-12+ years of relevant investment, securities and funds law experience. Expertise in private funds regulation by the SEC and CFTC, and relevant transaction documentation is required. Exceptional analytical, writing, and speaking skills, as well as solid organizational and planning skills, are required. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work with various levels of personnel, including senior management. Recent experience in major private equity, hedge fund, or a large law firm is preferred; attorneys currently employed at financial institutions will be considered. Must be able to work independently on complex transactions and will primarily support Alternative Assets Group ( AAG ¬Ě) in all phases of buy-side ¬Ě private equity, real estate, and hedge fund investment.
Legal 5 - 12 Full-time 2022-06-13
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Senior Counsel - Securities, Corporate And M&a
Refer job# ABUP168914
 
Senior Counsel - Securities, Corporate and M&A Duties: Prepare SEC filings including 10-K annual reports, 10-Q quarterly reports, 8-K current reports and annual proxy statements. Advise and provide support to the General Counsel on a wide variety of corporate matters including, the annual meeting of stockholders, corporate policies, and investor outreach. Review and advise on press releases, the corporate website, investor presentations, CSR matters and other external communications. Oversee and advise on Section 16 filings, administration of 10b5-1 plans and insider trading. Provide support on M&A transactions, including diligence, execution and integration. Provide support for capital markets and financing transactions, including securities offerings, credit agreements and related activities. Oversee company equity incentive, compensation, benefit and severance plans, including compliance, reporting and administration. Provide support for insurance coverage and insurance-related matters. Assist with coverage of other general corporate and legal matters, as needed. Appropriately manage a heavy workflow, set appropriate priorities and deliver results efficiently. Advance a positive spirit of partnership and collaboration with internal team members and legal colleagues. Exercise mature, and reliable judgment while contributing to the company's enthusiastic and fast-paced environment. Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: Juris Doctorate from a nationally recognized law school. Admitted to practice in CA and/or FL. 4+ years of securities experience at a leading national law firm or publicly traded company, with ability to handle responsibility with a minimum of supervision. Highly proficient knowledge of securities and corporate law, including M&A with 6+ years of practice in these areas. Experience drafting and negotiating a variety of legal contracts and transactional documents. Government contracting experience is a plus. Ability to manage and serve a wide range of team members and legal activities within the company by prioritizing projects and responding efficiently and pragmatically to reporting deadlines, urgent situations and other time sensitive needs. Team player who is collaborative, resourceful, flexible, and willing to engage in a wide variety of tasks and responsibilities. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (written and oral), research skills and attention to detail. Good business judgment, high level of professional integrity and the discretion, tact, and ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive business matters.
 
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Corporate Attorney (contracts)
Refer job# RTII168920
 
Corporate Attorney (Contracts) Responsibilities: Review, draft and negotiate a wide variety of sophisticated commercial contracts, such as vendor/procurement, sales/service, and non-disclosure agreements. Advise various internal departments regarding contract terms and implications on business operations, including providing guidance and practical solutions. Assist senior internal counsel with matters including legal research projects and commercial disputes. Draft and respond to demand letters related to contract matters.

Qualifications: Undergraduate Degree and JD Degree (from ABA-accredited law school) required. Admission to a State Bar with an active membership in good standing is required; admission to the State of Florida Bar is preferred. Should have 5 years of experience as an attorney in drafting and negotiating a wide range of contracts. Experience within a corporate legal environment preferred. Experience working in the financial services sector is preferred.
 
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Corporate Counsel Development, Real Estate & Entity Management
Refer job# RLYI168822
 
Corporate Counsel Development, Real Estate & Entity Management Duties: Negotiate and draft complex transaction documents, including purchase and sale agreements, development and construction related agreements, service agreements, infrastructure agreements, easement agreements, financing documentation, and various closing documents. Manage and coordinate all aspects of real estate acquisitions and dispositions, including due diligence, title and survey review, and closings. Advise business teams on matters related to land use, zoning and entitlements. Provide legal support and advice to the MVW Asset Management group. Provide legal advice and act as a strategic thought partner throughout various stages of real estate acquisitions and dispositions. Manage outside counsel and outside counsel legal budgets. Draft, negotiate, and review construction-related documentation, including general contractor agreements, project/construction management agreements, architect and consultant agreements. Provide day-to-day support and direction to the MVW Resort Development, Asset Management and Architectural & Construction groups. Draft, negotiate, and review finance-related agreements and documentation, such as commitment letters, loan documentation, guarantees, ancillary agreements, and related agreements. Provide legal support in the area of entity management for domestic and foreign entities.

Qualifications: Excellent academic record with a law degree from a top law school. Admission to the Bar of any state and Active Bar membership. Should have 8 years of experience in a well-regarded law firm or comparable corporate environment. Substantive experience in complex real estate transactions; and Substantive experience with condominium and other participatory interest structures. Broad base of legal knowledge. Excellent drafting and negotiating skills. Excellent written and oral communication skills. PC and other relevant technology competencies (e.g., Microsoft applications). Ability to think strategically and creatively and provide leadership in business environment. Ability to work independently, take ownership of, and effectively resolve problems. Ability to expeditiously identify and assess issues, evaluate risk, and provide legally sound recommendations consistent with good business practices and reason.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel (healthcare) And Privacy Officer
Refer job# IEKL168777
 
Senior Corporate Counsel (Healthcare) and Privacy Officer Duties: Being the company expert on HIPAA privacy laws, rules and regulations and administering the Company's overall HIPAA privacy program with respect to employees, clients and vendors. Preparing and implementing effective HIPAA and compliance training and policies and procedures throughout the entire organization to ensure that any changes in regulations are communicated in a timely manner and understood by all. Developing and enforcing HIPAA privacy policies and procedures. Assist management in coordinating internal compliance reviews and monitoring activities and third-party audits, including annual or periodic reviews of departments and periodic vendor and client audits. Implement and maintain an effective incident response program, including, but not limited to managing outside counsel, insurance claims, forensics experts and others as necessary. Work closely with Information Technology and Security Officer to evaluate appropriate technology solutions to safeguard PHI and PII. Reviewing software functionality to evaluate and analyze privacy and security implications. Being the subject matter expert on business associate agreements and ensuring all appropriate agreements are in place. Advising on implement programs regarding data rights and usage, data de-identification and monetization of data. Advising on and implement programs to ensure compliance with anti-kickback statutes, the False Claims Act and related health care laws. Assisting with oversight of health IT compliance including with respect to Medicaid Promoting Interoperability and the Merit-based Incentive Payment System programs, information blocking and other government incentive programs. Assisting with compliance with the regulation of electronic health record software developer requirements under the Officer of the National Coordinator of Health Information Technology, 21st Century Cures and other applicable laws, rules, and regulations. Drafting, reviewing and negotiating a wide range of commercial agreements, including complex technology transactions involving electronic health records, software licensing, cybersecurity/privacy, telehealth, data analytics services, clearinghouse services, cloud hosting services, third party outsourcing/partnering relationships and data sharing. Partner with a substantial number of internal clients to structure contracts and commercial transactions. Review and advise on the impact of healthcare regulations on business and third-party relationships.

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree and JD required. Applicate State Bar licensure or in-house counsel qualification. Should have 5-8 years of legal counsel experience preferably in a healthcare organization. A combination of law firm and in-house experience is preferred. Strong communication (both verbal and written), diplomacy, and the ability to establish credibility necessary to effectively influence company employees and executives. Demonstrated PC skills, proficient with Microsoft Windows applications. Demonstrated skills with utilizing current technologies in support of the organization such as Microsoft Office, Compliance 360, file management systems, and other applicable hardware/software programs. Strong quantitative and qualitative analytical skills. Outstanding strategic planning and management skills.
 
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Corporate Attorney Global Compliance Officer
Refer job# ARTS168695
 
Corporate Attorney - Global Compliance Officer Duties: The candidate will oversee the design and implementation of a mature and in-depth compliance program, covering a range of traditional compliance subject matters ranging from anti-corruption, competition/antitrust, data protection/privacy and information security, sanctions, and trade compliance among others. Support implementation and communication of the Masonite Values Guide and provide ongoing integrity training and assistance in responding to compliance inquiries, and with investigation and resolution of any integrity issues that may arise. Work with members of functional and segment leadership teams to develop annual and quarterly compliance plans, operating reviews, and compliance KPIs to support business and compliance priorities. Develop, communicate, deploy and monitor compliance policies, processes, and training on complying with global competition/antitrust laws. Design and administer an enterprise-wide privacy program ensuring the organization's policies and procedures comply with regulatory and ethical standards regarding the proper collection, use, protection, process, and sharing of personally identifiable information. Own and maintain the organization's global data protection compliance procedures, updating policies and guidance, centralizing processes, and putting in place robust, time-bound enhancement plans where necessary. Inform and advise internal functional groups on data privacy developments across the world, including EU GDPR, China PIPL, California CCPA, Brazil LGPD, Singapore PDPA, and others. Identify and evaluate known and potential privacy risks and compliance risks across the organization, and its subsidiaries, develop proper controls to mitigate the risk and conduct ongoing compliance monitoring to ensure compliance. Partner with all key business areas, in particular sales, marketing, and IT security, to ensure data privacy issues are considered at the outset of new projects, products, and initiatives. Negotiate data security and privacy provisions in a wide variety of commercial transactions. Handle inquiries and issues relating to data privacy practices, withdrawal of consent, the right to be forgotten, and related rights. Assist SVP, and General Counsel with various legal matters and perform other tasks as assigned from time to time. Work on complex issues where analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth knowledge of the Company; Regularly interact with executives and senior managers in connection with matters of significance to the organization.

Qualifications: The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited US law school. Should have 5+ years of experience practicing as an attorney; Law firm experience required, in-house experience preferred. Member in good standing of a State Bar Association. Strong negotiation and decision-making. Self-starter who is open-minded embraces technology and thrives in a dynamic environment. Solid knowledge of key corporate compliance laws, regulations, and guidance including but not limited to, global anti-corruption, data privacy, antitrust, anti-bribery, economic sanctions, etc. Capable of spotting compliance issues and correspondingly strong ability to provide solutions or paths to resolution. Ability to understand complicated laws and regulations and translate them into practical, business-oriented legal advice. Leadership skills and emotional intelligence. Executive, board room presence. Outstanding communication to all levels of the organization and outside parties. Excels under pressure, willing to go the extra mile in a constantly changing environment. Organized, detail-oriented, and self-motivated with little supervision. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with the team, customers, and vendors. Well-versed in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. Positive attitude and ethics. A team player who supports the company's values and culture.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel - Legal Operations
Refer job# ZDTB168642
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Legal Operations Duties: Annual Forecast development and management. Quarterly forecast variance analysis. Serve as Legal Point of Contact (POC) for Finance, Tax, Audit functions. Coordinate with Legal Operations Manager and team on Coupa; Tracker; SAP; Law Firm; Vendor Management; Outside Counsel Policies (internal); External Billing Guidelines and Engagement Letters; and Law firm RFP and Negotiation Process. Manage vendors directly or indirectly in cooperation with Global Procurement team Legal POC - Accounts Payable, Global Procurement functions. Records Policy and Schedule ownership and maintenance. Training, communication, and daily support as RM subject matter expert for the company. Policy / Schedule SME in support of semi-annual Quality Audits and annual ISO audit. Creation and support of controls for retention of key records, such as email, in connection with Litigation / eDiscovery requirements. Attorney-level understanding of the risks and legal implications associated with legal holds, data spoliation, and excessive data preservation. LEGAL POC - Quality function (primarily), all other corporate functions, sites, and business units. Quarterly management of metrics collection and preparation via Power BI framework. Co-ownership of key legal and other technology, such as Tracker, Exterro, and DocuSign. Software integration troubleshooting. LEGAL POC - IT, AP functions. Development and management of project plans, RACI charts, and project team coordination. Process mapping and improvement for key functions within the Legal Department. Works with limited supervision, excels at creative problem solving, manages internal and external relationships with tact, understands strategic vision, executes on plans, and communicates challenges as they arise in a professional manner. Reports to Sr. Associate General Counsel, Legal Operations No supervisory responsibilities, but close coordination with the Legal Operations Manager, Sr. Legal Technology Coordinator, and key members of each of the practice groups within the Legal Department, as well main cross-functional points of contact.

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree; Finance or Business preferred. JD and active State Bar membership. Should have 5-10 of legal experience, with 2-3 years of legal operations experience or a demonstrated interest in the field of legal operations. Excellent oral and written communication, good judgment, strong interpersonal skills, and demonstrated ability to work in a changing, fast-paced, and energetic environment. An ability to communicate well with both lawyers and non-lawyers, including employees at all levels seeking advice. Strong work ethic, motivated, able to prioritize and manage competing demands.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# MYQR168644
 
Corporate Counsel, Corporate Patent Agent The candidate will be providing intellectual property (IP) support for a variety of Innovative projects within Pfizer's Research and Development groups, including identifying potential patent opportunities, preparing and prosecuting patent applications on a worldwide basis, monitoring third-party research and development activities, monitoring competitor products and other related support. Understanding complex technical concepts and technology and conducting IP analyses for pharmaceutical drug substances and drug products including new chemical entities, salts, polymorphic forms, formulations, new uses, and new dosage forms. Performing landscape, patentability, and freedom-to-operate analyses. Reviewing publications for IP opportunities. Supporting adversarial proceedings in markets around the world, including Europe where direct participation in proceedings will be required. Coordination with IP Enforcement in support of Court based adversarial proceedings. Advising project teams and commercial product teams. Providing legal support for IP aspects of relevant business/transactional matters, including conducting IP due diligence in support of potential licensing or acquisition opportunities and IP Agreement support. Managing a patent docket, personal business travel, and the use of outside counsel to ensure that IP support is provided in a cost-effective manner that meets the budgetary goals of the IP Department. Presenting before key IP and Legal teams, including IP Dept committees, with respect to IP matters being handled by the attorney.

The candidate must have an MS or Ph.D. degree in chemistry, or closely related scientific field, or comparable research experience. Must be registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Should preferably have a J.D. and be a member of at least one state bar. US Patent Agents are encouraged to apply. Must have 6-8 years of work experience in the sciences field and 2+ years of relevant patent experience at a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Should have 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. Deadline: July 5, 2022
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# XRMV168682
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: The candidate will become a trusted advisor to leaders in our sales organization on critical go-to-market issues and strategies. Negotiate, draft and provide a strategy for complex and strategic deals with customers, including solutions such as software-as-a-service and subscription services, professional and consulting services, on-premise software, and support; as well as data privacy and security issues. Participate in various transformational projects and initiatives relating to SaaS transformation and go-to-market strategy. Develop and execute with a focus on client service, customer satisfaction, and practical, smart risk-taking. Drive continuous improvements in our contracts and negotiations, and related templates, playbooks, technology, and processes in collaboration with our GLS STAR Operations team.

Qualifications: A JD or equivalent law degree from an accredited law school. Should have 7-10 years of experience as a practicing lawyer, with at least 4 years of in-house experience with a technology company with a SaaS/subscription business model. Experience working in a complex, matrixed organization and with all levels of management, consulting with key stakeholders. Member of a State Bar and in good standing. Possess excellent negotiating, drafting, and influencing skills, and have expert knowledge across a wide range of commercial contracting and legal matters. Deep understanding of technology-related issues and solutions (legal, commercial and operational), including cloud/subscription services, software, and related services. Strong critical and innovative thinker who possesses excellent business sense and judgment. Show exceptional collaboration skills with legal colleagues and peers across the region and in other geographies and areas of subject-matter expertise to a collegial atmosphere, provide quality support to the business and present a unified and coordinated face of one Legal Team ¬Ě.
 
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Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# AXYV168489
 
Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will be advising as lead counsel on SaaS transactional matters (e.g., SaaS contracts, partnering agreements, vendor/supplier agreements, etc.). Will be working with GC to drive compliance objectives (related to data privacy, intellectual property, employment matters, etc.), with the ability to manage/drive related projects to overcome obstacles and produce results in a timely fashion. Conducting and reporting on legal research in support of assigned projects/matters and in support of strategic legal initiatives, and as may otherwise be assigned by the General Counsel. Serve as project manager for certain legal department initiatives, including forming and maintaining necessary cross-departmental relationships, tracking objectives, evaluating and creating project plans, and reporting to General Counsel regarding the status and resource needs. Foster and maintain a work environment that promotes collaboration, teamwork, mutual respect, and employee satisfaction that encompasses Firms core values. Perform other duties as required.

The candidate should have BA/BS and Juris Doctorate (JD) from a law school accredited by the ABA. Must have admission to a state bar and currently in good standing. Must have 3 years of experience practicing law in a technology field, including licensing and/or SaaS subscription agreements. Experience implementing and/or drafting data privacy/security processes is required. Law firm experience preferred, in addition to in-house experience. Must be able to dive deep into the weeds on a daily basis (AND get the details right, consistently), while being able to communicate clear summaries at a high level to the General Counsel and other management. Must be able to manage competing priorities and make practical business-minded decisions in addressing such priorities. Must be results-driven with the ability to meet deadlines. Must have impeccable attention to detail in all drafting. Must be highly skilled in the use of Google and Microsoft word processing and spreadsheet products. Must be willing, ready, and able to influence, negotiate, and hold teams accountable to execute, in a manner that inspires action, rather than resistance. Ability to work independently and in ambiguous situations is required.
 
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Vp, Corporate Counsel, Private Funds
Refer job# NQMM168464
 
VP, Corporate Counsel, Private Funds Duties: Represent the firm's Chief Investment Office in connection with its $519 billion portfolios, including over $13.5 billion of alternative asset investments. Representation of the company in the review of private placement memoranda, conducting due diligence and negotiation of limited partnership agreements; side letters; subscription agreements; and applicable consents and amendments. Representation of the company in the review and negotiation of co-investments with private equity managers. Representation of the company in the review and negotiation of the transfer of limited partnership interests in connection with affiliated limited partnership interest transfers and secondary transactions. Representation of the company in the review and negotiation of debt and financing agreements with respect to Impact Investments. Collaborate with the company attorneys on tax, ERISA, insurance company investment restrictions, and other related regulatory matters relevant to private equity and debt investment. Collaborate with the company Compliance personnel on compliance matters relevant to private equity, real estate, and debt investments. Provide legal advice to the AAG regarding current legal developments affecting private equity, real estate, and hedge fund investment activity.

Qualifications: Law degree required; admission to the Bar of at least one state, and will need to obtain the New Jersey Corporate Counsel licenses if not admitted to the New Jersey Bar; have 5-12+ years of relevant investment, securities and funds law experience. Expertise in private funds regulation by the SEC and CFTC, and relevant transaction documentation is required. Exceptional analytical, writing, and speaking skills, as well as solid organizational and planning skills, are required. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work with various levels of personnel, including senior management. Recent experience in major private equity, hedge fund, or a large law firm is preferred; attorneys currently employed at financial institutions will be considered. Must be able to work independently on complex transactions and will primarily support Alternative Assets Group ( AAG ¬Ě) in all phases of buy-side ¬Ě private equity, real estate, and hedge fund investment.
 
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