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Corporate Counsel

Boston MA Corporate Counsel Duties: Provides legal advice for inside sales hubs. Participates in the Legal Departments Hub Sales Practice Group comprising lawyers working on tele-sales issues globally. Collaborates with the legal direct sales team and geo-based attorneys to scale and support account-based sales opportunities through our hubs. Contributes to the maintenance of the Hub Sales Playbook and develops and implements related legal policies and procedures. Works closely with inside sales leadership team and related support functions including GSSO, Finance etc. Monitors and advises on legal developments related to the areas supported. Reviews sales and marketing programs related to inside sales hubs and strategic territory sales programs. Identifies finance, operational or revenue accounting issues and liaises with the relevant functional groups (including Tax, Finance, Revenue Accounting, Global Sales and Success Operations) to resolve these. Defines repeatable processes and leverages automation to leverage synergies and enhance efficiency and productivity. Provides transactional support for non-standard sales situations in sales hubs. In collaboration with Compliance and Litigation team and leadership, develops and executes policies and procedures, develops relevant training materials and delivers trainings to new joiners and existing teams; manages implementation of annual training plan for hub sales employees. Identifies and manages actual and potential inside sales-related disputes and litigation in collaboration with Compliance and Litigation team. Manages relationships with outside counsel as needed; manages spend in accordance with approved budgets; reviews invoices and purchase orders; is responsible for timely submission of invoices or accrual of spend within fiscal quarters in line with accounting policies.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited/recognized university and bar membership in good standing. 10 years of combined of law firm and/or in-house experience, preferably working with inside sales / tele-sales / tele-marketing activities of high tech, Internet or media companies. Solid knowledge of relevant inside sales issues and laws, including TCPA, DNC, PCI, call recording. Experience with channel issues. Clear, concise written, oral and interpersonal communication skills; ability to interact comfortably with senior leaders. Demonstrated experience working independently and managing multiple projects at once to meet deadlines. Collaborates well in cross-functional, global diverse teams dealing with matrixed issues. Sound and practical legal judgment to help business solutions in fast-paced environment.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-17

Corporate Counsel

Cambridge MA Corporate Counsel The candidate will be reporting to the Chief Legal Officer, this attorney will be working on financings, contracts, corporate governance, SEC reporting, strategic transactions, and compliance matters. The ideal candidate will also oversee and advise our Contracts Manager on various contracts and work with outside counsel and our Head of IP on more complex, strategic transactions. You will interface with all levels of management and work closely with finance, business development, investor relations, human resources, R&D, manufacturing, tech ops, and clinical teams. Will impact the business and operations through legal advice provided and the direct negotiation of agreements. Key areas of responsibility: Partner with business development, finance, HR, R&D, tech ops, and clinical to negotiate and execute a wide variety of contracts: domestic and international clinical study agreements, vendor agreements, material transfer agreements, non-disclosure agreements, consulting agreements and other contractual matters affecting the daily operations of a biotechnology company; Support compliance with SEC and NASDAQ rules and regulations, Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Regulation FD and company-wide policies, including reporting requirements under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and the Securities Act of 1933; Assist with developing, refining, and maintaining policies and procedures to ensure compliance with SEC and other securities-related regulatory requirements; Assist with corporate governance and compliance with third-party obligations and advising the management team on these issues; Provide day-to-day legal advice to all levels; Work with different functional areas to identify, assess, and address general legal concerns; Provide legal advice and support in a wide array of practice areas and special projects as needed; Draft/review policies and guidelines; Assist in the management of disputes and litigation matters.

The candidate must be practicing Massachusetts J.D. with 4-8 years of experience in a fast-paced environment of a biotech company and/or the life sciences practice of a major law firm. Should have demonstrated expertise with drafting, negotiating, and finalizing different types of agreements. Must have ability to negotiate effectively with internal partners and foster collaboration and compromise. Should have demonstrated experience in corporate law, including experience with SEC and NASDAQ rules and regulations, corporate governance, and corporate finance. Must have developed sense of judgment, risk management skills, and ability to balance legal matters involving multiple stakeholders and various priorities; ability to balance regulatory obligations and reputational risks in an objective, practical way; and demonstrated ability to grasp the "big picture". Should have exceptional written and verbal communication skills; strong negotiation skills with solid business judgment. Should have strong understanding and a high degree of personal ethics, integrity, and accountability.
Legal 4 - 8 Full-time 2020-09-14

Corporate Counsel

Boston MA Corporate Counsel Duties: Review, draft, and advise others on a wide range of commercial agreements such as master services agreements, amendments to existing customer agreements and non-disclosure agreements. Serve as a point of contact for other departments, including sales and deal desk, to assist with ad hoc legal matters. Support business teams in structuring and negotiating agreements with vendors. Manage corporate governance and legal compliance for US and International entities. Assist the finance team in handling customer collection matters. Represent the legal team on various company initiatives and projects as required. Maintain corporate database system and legal files. Assist in updating contract templates, drafting global corporate policies and processes. Other duties may include advising on general corporate, vendor relationships and risk management issues.

Qualifications: A J.D. with 3 to 5 years of relevant legal experience in a software company or in a law firm counseling rapid-growth technology companies. Membership in good standing of the Massachusetts Bar or other state Bar. Ability to understand the company's business objectives and anticipate the nature and magnitude of issues that could arise in various settings. Ability to work independently on multiple assignments in a fast-paced environment. Ability to confidently interact with executive management and remain flexible in a changing and sometime ambiguous business environment. Exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail. Strong writing skills and an ability to clearly present data both in writing and verbally.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-09-12

Corporate Counsel

Watertown MA Corporate Counsel The candidate duties will include: Reviewing, drafting (from forms and from scratch), negotiating and closing commercial contracts, including sales, channels and vendor contracts, RFP responses and supporting documents. Will be working closely with management and business partners on a variety of agreements and issues impacting a rapidly growing healthcare IT company. Conducting legal trainings for business stakeholders on a variety of commercial legal issues. Assisting with other general legal matters to be assigned as company needs warrant. Must have J.D. from a well-recognized law school; and excellent academic credentials. Should be Admitted to the Massachusetts state bar or another U.S. state bar. Must have 2-5 years business contract and corporate transactional experience; prior in-house or large law firm experience a plus. Regulatory, especially health industry or FDA, experience preferred. Should have strong written and verbal communications skills, including the ability to communicate concisely to clients & employees, to integrate legal and business knowledge and to provide balanced advice regarding risks. Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2020-09-11

Corporate Counsel - Litigation

Boston MA Corporate Counsel - Litigation The candidate will be responsible for: Proactively handling a variety of legal matters that arise, through investigation to resolution. Providing practical, business-oriented legal advice to other legal team members and directly to internal clients including: commercial, human resources, information systems, manufacturing, medical affairs, security and research & development. Advising business leaders on strategies and tactics in a way that advances the company's business while addressing legal risks and protecting the company's integrity and reputation. Performing fact investigation, conducting legal research, issuing/managing litigation holds and discovery management. Proactively identifying and evaluating legal and business risks to the company. Efficiently managing outside counsel when necessary, including tactical guidance, staffing, case management, budgeting, and alignment with Vertex's broader legal strategy. Responding to subpoenas and other legal and regulatory inquiries. Developing, amending, and implementing various corporate policies. Advising on the development and implementation of proactive processes, policies and procedures to ensure the company is in compliance with global laws and regulations and is operating in a manner that best protects its legal interests. Monitoring changes to relevant laws, regulations, and enforcement priorities, and communicating actionable takeaways to appropriate audiences. Developing online and in-person training programs on legal and compliance topics. Assisting with implementation of information governance and records retention policies across business. Periodically reviewing and providing guidance on contract negotiations. Participating in cross-functional projects and initiatives. Assisting privacy counsel on a variety of matters. Assisting with annual enterprise risk management assessment. Participating in various Legal & Compliance Department projects and initiatives. Must have Law degree from a nationally recognized law school and current admission to a state bar. Should have 3-5 years experience in litigation. Strong preference for candidates with experience in life sciences, products liability, government enforcement, and employment counseling/litigation, as well as to those with in-house corporate experience in a multinational pharmaceuticals corporation. Must have familiarity with e-discovery tools and principles. Should have exceptional written, verbal and presentation communication skills. Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-09-05

Corporate Counsel - Litigation

Boston MA Corporate Counsel - Litigation The candidate will be responsible for: Proactively handling a variety of legal matters that arise, through investigation to resolution. Providing practical, business-oriented legal advice to other legal team members and directly to internal clients including: commercial, human resources, information systems, manufacturing, medical affairs, security and research & development. Advising business leaders on strategies and tactics in a way that advances the company's business while addressing legal risks and protecting the company's integrity and reputation. Performing fact investigation, conducting legal research, issuing/managing litigation holds and discovery management. Proactively identifying and evaluating legal and business risks to the company. Efficiently managing outside counsel when necessary, including tactical guidance, staffing, case management, budgeting, and alignment with's broader legal strategy. Responding to subpoenas and other legal and regulatory inquiries. Developing, amending, and implementing various corporate policies. Advising on the development and implementation of proactive processes, policies and procedures to ensure the company is in compliance with global laws and regulations and is operating in a manner that best protects its legal interests. Monitoring changes to relevant laws, regulations, and enforcement priorities, and communicating actionable takeaways to appropriate audiences. Developing online and in-person training programs on legal and compliance topics. Assisting with implementation of information governance and records retention policies across business. Periodically reviewing and providing guidance on contract negotiations. Participating in cross-functional projects and initiatives. Assisting privacy counsel on a variety of matters. Assisting with annual enterprise risk management assessment. Participating in various Legal & Compliance Department projects and initiatives. Must have Law degree from a nationally recognized law school and current admission to a state bar. Should have 3-5 years experience in litigation. Strong preference for candidates with experience in life sciences, products liability, government enforcement, and employment counseling/litigation, as well as to those with in-house corporate experience in a multinational pharmaceuticals corporation. Must have familiarity with e-discovery tools and principles. Should have exceptional written, verbal and presentation communication skills. Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-09-05

Associate Corporate Counsel

Cambridge MA Associate Corporate Counsel Duties: Provide legal support on various types of transactions, including equity investments, joint ventures, credit facilities, corporate financing, corporate restructurings, and mergers and acquisitions, including due diligence, negotiation of terms, drafting of documentation, and regulatory filings. Prepare and review inter-company agreements and support other general corporate matters such as press release, website and communications review, contract review, company policy review and preparation of board/committee materials. Provide legal support on SEC, NASDAQ, HKEx and other securities filings. Coordinate, document and maintain records for all due diligence requests and the Company's electronic datarooms. Provide counsel in support of the Company's equity plans, programs and grant agreements. Engage and manage the work of the outside counsel. Develop a solid network of relationships inside and outside of the organization to support the objectives of the Legal and Compliance team and the business as a whole.

Qualifications: JD Degree or Master of Laws from an accredited law school in the U.S. 3+ years of relevant experience handling corporate and transactional matters either at a law firm or as in-house counsel. Qualified or to be qualified to practice law in the U.S. PRC bar admission is a plus. Strong preference for Chinese language proficiency and experience working on China transactions. Prior experience handling corporate transactional matters, including M&A, financing and other types of transactions. Experience negotiating complex corporate transactions; excellent drafting and negotiating skills and a solid understanding of transaction life cycles. Proficiency in the Microsoft Office Suite and using legal research and enterprise tools. Highly effective communication skills (both verbal and written in English). Solid project management skills. Evaluate legal exposure, manage risk, and interpret and apply laws, regulations, case law, statues, and policies to provide expert advice. Proactive approach to recognizing business needs, anticipating issues, and determining next steps and actions. Strong business acumen; ability to contribute strategically to the Company's business. Team player with ability to collaborate proactively with cross-functional teams across multiple time zones and interact effectively with all levels within the Company. A demonstrated ability to work independently, balancing competing priorities in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment with a high level of professionalism. Highly detail-oriented. Ability to handle confidential and proprietary information using excellent discretion and judgment. Self-motivated, reliable and responsive. Ability to be flexible and willing to accept new responsibilities as needed.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-03

Senior Director, Assistant General Counsel - Corporate And Business Development

Waltham MA Senior Director, Assistant General Counsel - Corporate And Business Development The candidate will be responsible for: Reporting to General Counsel, the Sr. Director and Assistant General Counsel will provide support to Finance and Business Development. Act as the lead attorney for public company reporting and securities filings. Provide primary legal support for corporate transactions, working closely with and providing guidance and legal support to Finance and Business Development functions. Play a leading role in preparation of proxy materials and the annual shareholder meeting. Provide legal advice regarding equity compensation and review corporate instruments and documentation related thereto. Manage corporate matters related to legal entities. Assist in matters related to Board of Directors and investor relations activities. Provide advice on other general legal and contractual matters as needed. Juris Doctorate degree and an active license to practice law is required. Should have 6+ years of practice as an attorney either in-house or in private practice. Expertise with respect to public company reporting and securities filings as well as equity compensation is a must have. Must have experience with corporate transactions, in particular M&A. Experience with the life sciences industry either in-house or in private practice is required. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2020-08-25

Corporate Counsel, Global Trade Programs

Burlington MA Corporate Counsel, Global Trade Programs The candidate will primarily provide legal support for our third party diligence programs. Perform due diligence analysis on prospective partners. Issue spot for global trade risks. Advise business leaders regarding global trade risks. Coordinate with internal teams to enhance compliance and diligence processes. Participate in M&A transaction diligence and integration support. Lead and coordinate occasional trainings on various topics.Draft policies and procedures, and related training programs, as needed. Coordinate and perform, as needed, compliance reviews. Must have J.D. from accredited law school. Should have 5+ of business law firm or significant ethics and regulatory compliance experience, with a focus on global trade, to include customs, export controls, antiboycott, sanctions. Must have comfort with all things IT. Should have analytical, statutory interpretation, and drafting skills. Should have experience with due diligence, risk assessment, and remediation. Must have proficiency with languages, interest in international affairs, and availability to travel. Experience working in-house a plus. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-08-20

Massachusetts - Counsel, Vice-President

Boston MA Counsel, Vice-President
The candidate will provide legal advice and counsel to company's global markets' foreign exchange businesses, and in particular its agency foreign exchange trading and StreetFX benchmark trading businesses. Primary responsibilities will include: drafting, reviewing and negotiating variety of agreements, including Agency FX Services Agreements and StreetFX Benchmark FX Pricing Agreements; performing legal analysis associated with the offering of services in the United States and new jurisdictions worldwide; advising the business teams on issues relating to interpretation of legal agreements and rules and regulations associated with their business lines; and working closely with colleagues in the legal, compliance, risk, operations and business teams.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school. License to practice in Massachusetts or New York is required. Must have 3-5 years of experience in the corporate department of a major law firm or equivalent experience in the financial services sector. Experience with ISDA master agreements and CSAs is required. Should preferably have a strong general corporate law background and experience with ISDA master agreements and credit support annexes.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2013-02-05
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Assistant General Counsel
In-House,The Brattle Group, Inc.
Location : Boston Massachusetts United States

THE POSITION The Brattle Group is seeking to retain an Assistant General Counsel to join its Legal team, and support the firm in our Boston, Chicago or Washington D.C. office. Reporting to the General Counsel, this position will be primarily resp... + read more

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M&a Attorney
In-House,Sensata Technologies, Inc.
Location : Attleboro, MA, United States

M&A Attorney Responsibilities: Provide legal representation to the organization; support the work of the organization and direct the full range of legal strategies and responsibilities. Set the strategy and goals for the Legal team in alignment wit... + read more

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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# DVRK151782
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Provides legal advice for inside sales hubs. Participates in the Legal Departments Hub Sales Practice Group comprising lawyers working on tele-sales issues globally. Collaborates with the legal direct sales team and geo-based attorneys to scale and support account-based sales opportunities through our hubs. Contributes to the maintenance of the Hub Sales Playbook and develops and implements related legal policies and procedures. Works closely with inside sales leadership team and related support functions including GSSO, Finance etc. Monitors and advises on legal developments related to the areas supported. Reviews sales and marketing programs related to inside sales hubs and strategic territory sales programs. Identifies finance, operational or revenue accounting issues and liaises with the relevant functional groups (including Tax, Finance, Revenue Accounting, Global Sales and Success Operations) to resolve these. Defines repeatable processes and leverages automation to leverage synergies and enhance efficiency and productivity. Provides transactional support for non-standard sales situations in sales hubs. In collaboration with Compliance and Litigation team and leadership, develops and executes policies and procedures, develops relevant training materials and delivers trainings to new joiners and existing teams; manages implementation of annual training plan for hub sales employees. Identifies and manages actual and potential inside sales-related disputes and litigation in collaboration with Compliance and Litigation team. Manages relationships with outside counsel as needed; manages spend in accordance with approved budgets; reviews invoices and purchase orders; is responsible for timely submission of invoices or accrual of spend within fiscal quarters in line with accounting policies.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited/recognized university and bar membership in good standing. 10 years of combined of law firm and/or in-house experience, preferably working with inside sales / tele-sales / tele-marketing activities of high tech, Internet or media companies. Solid knowledge of relevant inside sales issues and laws, including TCPA, DNC, PCI, call recording. Experience with channel issues. Clear, concise written, oral and interpersonal communication skills; ability to interact comfortably with senior leaders. Demonstrated experience working independently and managing multiple projects at once to meet deadlines. Collaborates well in cross-functional, global diverse teams dealing with matrixed issues. Sound and practical legal judgment to help business solutions in fast-paced environment.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# VVAT151767
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will be reporting to the Chief Legal Officer, this attorney will be working on financings, contracts, corporate governance, SEC reporting, strategic transactions, and compliance matters. The ideal candidate will also oversee and advise our Contracts Manager on various contracts and work with outside counsel and our Head of IP on more complex, strategic transactions. You will interface with all levels of management and work closely with finance, business development, investor relations, human resources, R&D, manufacturing, tech ops, and clinical teams. Will impact the business and operations through legal advice provided and the direct negotiation of agreements. Key areas of responsibility: Partner with business development, finance, HR, R&D, tech ops, and clinical to negotiate and execute a wide variety of contracts: domestic and international clinical study agreements, vendor agreements, material transfer agreements, non-disclosure agreements, consulting agreements and other contractual matters affecting the daily operations of a biotechnology company; Support compliance with SEC and NASDAQ rules and regulations, Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Regulation FD and company-wide policies, including reporting requirements under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and the Securities Act of 1933; Assist with developing, refining, and maintaining policies and procedures to ensure compliance with SEC and other securities-related regulatory requirements; Assist with corporate governance and compliance with third-party obligations and advising the management team on these issues; Provide day-to-day legal advice to all levels; Work with different functional areas to identify, assess, and address general legal concerns; Provide legal advice and support in a wide array of practice areas and special projects as needed; Draft/review policies and guidelines; Assist in the management of disputes and litigation matters.

The candidate must be practicing Massachusetts J.D. with 4-8 years of experience in a fast-paced environment of a biotech company and/or the life sciences practice of a major law firm. Should have demonstrated expertise with drafting, negotiating, and finalizing different types of agreements. Must have ability to negotiate effectively with internal partners and foster collaboration and compromise. Should have demonstrated experience in corporate law, including experience with SEC and NASDAQ rules and regulations, corporate governance, and corporate finance. Must have developed sense of judgment, risk management skills, and ability to balance legal matters involving multiple stakeholders and various priorities; ability to balance regulatory obligations and reputational risks in an objective, practical way; and demonstrated ability to grasp the "big picture". Should have exceptional written and verbal communication skills; strong negotiation skills with solid business judgment. Should have strong understanding and a high degree of personal ethics, integrity, and accountability.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# MOEQ151755
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Review, draft, and advise others on a wide range of commercial agreements such as master services agreements, amendments to existing customer agreements and non-disclosure agreements. Serve as a point of contact for other departments, including sales and deal desk, to assist with ad hoc legal matters. Support business teams in structuring and negotiating agreements with vendors. Manage corporate governance and legal compliance for US and International entities. Assist the finance team in handling customer collection matters. Represent the legal team on various company initiatives and projects as required. Maintain corporate database system and legal files. Assist in updating contract templates, drafting global corporate policies and processes. Other duties may include advising on general corporate, vendor relationships and risk management issues.

Qualifications: A J.D. with 3 to 5 years of relevant legal experience in a software company or in a law firm counseling rapid-growth technology companies. Membership in good standing of the Massachusetts Bar or other state Bar. Ability to understand the company's business objectives and anticipate the nature and magnitude of issues that could arise in various settings. Ability to work independently on multiple assignments in a fast-paced environment. Ability to confidently interact with executive management and remain flexible in a changing and sometime ambiguous business environment. Exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail. Strong writing skills and an ability to clearly present data both in writing and verbally.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# YDQW151718
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate duties will include: Reviewing, drafting (from forms and from scratch), negotiating and closing commercial contracts, including sales, channels and vendor contracts, RFP responses and supporting documents. Will be working closely with management and business partners on a variety of agreements and issues impacting a rapidly growing healthcare IT company. Conducting legal trainings for business stakeholders on a variety of commercial legal issues. Assisting with other general legal matters to be assigned as company needs warrant. Must have J.D. from a well-recognized law school; and excellent academic credentials. Should be Admitted to the Massachusetts state bar or another U.S. state bar. Must have 2-5 years business contract and corporate transactional experience; prior in-house or large law firm experience a plus. Regulatory, especially health industry or FDA, experience preferred. Should have strong written and verbal communications skills, including the ability to communicate concisely to clients & employees, to integrate legal and business knowledge and to provide balanced advice regarding risks.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel - Litigation
Refer job# GSUU151628
 
Corporate Counsel - Litigation The candidate will be responsible for: Proactively handling a variety of legal matters that arise, through investigation to resolution. Providing practical, business-oriented legal advice to other legal team members and directly to internal clients including: commercial, human resources, information systems, manufacturing, medical affairs, security and research & development. Advising business leaders on strategies and tactics in a way that advances the company's business while addressing legal risks and protecting the company's integrity and reputation. Performing fact investigation, conducting legal research, issuing/managing litigation holds and discovery management. Proactively identifying and evaluating legal and business risks to the company. Efficiently managing outside counsel when necessary, including tactical guidance, staffing, case management, budgeting, and alignment with Vertex's broader legal strategy. Responding to subpoenas and other legal and regulatory inquiries. Developing, amending, and implementing various corporate policies. Advising on the development and implementation of proactive processes, policies and procedures to ensure the company is in compliance with global laws and regulations and is operating in a manner that best protects its legal interests. Monitoring changes to relevant laws, regulations, and enforcement priorities, and communicating actionable takeaways to appropriate audiences. Developing online and in-person training programs on legal and compliance topics. Assisting with implementation of information governance and records retention policies across business. Periodically reviewing and providing guidance on contract negotiations. Participating in cross-functional projects and initiatives. Assisting privacy counsel on a variety of matters. Assisting with annual enterprise risk management assessment. Participating in various Legal & Compliance Department projects and initiatives. Must have Law degree from a nationally recognized law school and current admission to a state bar. Should have 3-5 years experience in litigation. Strong preference for candidates with experience in life sciences, products liability, government enforcement, and employment counseling/litigation, as well as to those with in-house corporate experience in a multinational pharmaceuticals corporation. Must have familiarity with e-discovery tools and principles. Should have exceptional written, verbal and presentation communication skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel - Litigation
Refer job# CDCP151630
 
Corporate Counsel - Litigation The candidate will be responsible for: Proactively handling a variety of legal matters that arise, through investigation to resolution. Providing practical, business-oriented legal advice to other legal team members and directly to internal clients including: commercial, human resources, information systems, manufacturing, medical affairs, security and research & development. Advising business leaders on strategies and tactics in a way that advances the company's business while addressing legal risks and protecting the company's integrity and reputation. Performing fact investigation, conducting legal research, issuing/managing litigation holds and discovery management. Proactively identifying and evaluating legal and business risks to the company. Efficiently managing outside counsel when necessary, including tactical guidance, staffing, case management, budgeting, and alignment with's broader legal strategy. Responding to subpoenas and other legal and regulatory inquiries. Developing, amending, and implementing various corporate policies. Advising on the development and implementation of proactive processes, policies and procedures to ensure the company is in compliance with global laws and regulations and is operating in a manner that best protects its legal interests. Monitoring changes to relevant laws, regulations, and enforcement priorities, and communicating actionable takeaways to appropriate audiences. Developing online and in-person training programs on legal and compliance topics. Assisting with implementation of information governance and records retention policies across business. Periodically reviewing and providing guidance on contract negotiations. Participating in cross-functional projects and initiatives. Assisting privacy counsel on a variety of matters. Assisting with annual enterprise risk management assessment. Participating in various Legal & Compliance Department projects and initiatives. Must have Law degree from a nationally recognized law school and current admission to a state bar. Should have 3-5 years experience in litigation. Strong preference for candidates with experience in life sciences, products liability, government enforcement, and employment counseling/litigation, as well as to those with in-house corporate experience in a multinational pharmaceuticals corporation. Must have familiarity with e-discovery tools and principles. Should have exceptional written, verbal and presentation communication skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# JMXV151592
 
Associate Corporate Counsel Duties: Provide legal support on various types of transactions, including equity investments, joint ventures, credit facilities, corporate financing, corporate restructurings, and mergers and acquisitions, including due diligence, negotiation of terms, drafting of documentation, and regulatory filings. Prepare and review inter-company agreements and support other general corporate matters such as press release, website and communications review, contract review, company policy review and preparation of board/committee materials. Provide legal support on SEC, NASDAQ, HKEx and other securities filings. Coordinate, document and maintain records for all due diligence requests and the Company's electronic datarooms. Provide counsel in support of the Company's equity plans, programs and grant agreements. Engage and manage the work of the outside counsel. Develop a solid network of relationships inside and outside of the organization to support the objectives of the Legal and Compliance team and the business as a whole.

Qualifications: JD Degree or Master of Laws from an accredited law school in the U.S. 3+ years of relevant experience handling corporate and transactional matters either at a law firm or as in-house counsel. Qualified or to be qualified to practice law in the U.S. PRC bar admission is a plus. Strong preference for Chinese language proficiency and experience working on China transactions. Prior experience handling corporate transactional matters, including M&A, financing and other types of transactions. Experience negotiating complex corporate transactions; excellent drafting and negotiating skills and a solid understanding of transaction life cycles. Proficiency in the Microsoft Office Suite and using legal research and enterprise tools. Highly effective communication skills (both verbal and written in English). Solid project management skills. Evaluate legal exposure, manage risk, and interpret and apply laws, regulations, case law, statues, and policies to provide expert advice. Proactive approach to recognizing business needs, anticipating issues, and determining next steps and actions. Strong business acumen; ability to contribute strategically to the Company's business. Team player with ability to collaborate proactively with cross-functional teams across multiple time zones and interact effectively with all levels within the Company. A demonstrated ability to work independently, balancing competing priorities in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment with a high level of professionalism. Highly detail-oriented. Ability to handle confidential and proprietary information using excellent discretion and judgment. Self-motivated, reliable and responsive. Ability to be flexible and willing to accept new responsibilities as needed.
 
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Senior Director, Assistant General Counsel - Corporate And Business Development
Refer job# MWOB151490
 
Senior Director, Assistant General Counsel - Corporate And Business Development The candidate will be responsible for: Reporting to General Counsel, the Sr. Director and Assistant General Counsel will provide support to Finance and Business Development. Act as the lead attorney for public company reporting and securities filings. Provide primary legal support for corporate transactions, working closely with and providing guidance and legal support to Finance and Business Development functions. Play a leading role in preparation of proxy materials and the annual shareholder meeting. Provide legal advice regarding equity compensation and review corporate instruments and documentation related thereto. Manage corporate matters related to legal entities. Assist in matters related to Board of Directors and investor relations activities. Provide advice on other general legal and contractual matters as needed. Juris Doctorate degree and an active license to practice law is required. Should have 6+ years of practice as an attorney either in-house or in private practice. Expertise with respect to public company reporting and securities filings as well as equity compensation is a must have. Must have experience with corporate transactions, in particular M&A. Experience with the life sciences industry either in-house or in private practice is required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, Global Trade Programs
Refer job# YQAY151408
 
Corporate Counsel, Global Trade Programs The candidate will primarily provide legal support for our third party diligence programs. Perform due diligence analysis on prospective partners. Issue spot for global trade risks. Advise business leaders regarding global trade risks. Coordinate with internal teams to enhance compliance and diligence processes. Participate in M&A transaction diligence and integration support. Lead and coordinate occasional trainings on various topics.Draft policies and procedures, and related training programs, as needed. Coordinate and perform, as needed, compliance reviews. Must have J.D. from accredited law school. Should have 5+ of business law firm or significant ethics and regulatory compliance experience, with a focus on global trade, to include customs, export controls, antiboycott, sanctions. Must have comfort with all things IT. Should have analytical, statutory interpretation, and drafting skills. Should have experience with due diligence, risk assessment, and remediation. Must have proficiency with languages, interest in international affairs, and availability to travel. Experience working in-house a plus.
 
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Massachusetts - Counsel, Vice-President
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Counsel, Vice-President
The candidate will provide legal advice and counsel to company's global markets' foreign exchange businesses, and in particular its agency foreign exchange trading and StreetFX benchmark trading businesses. Primary responsibilities will include: drafting, reviewing and negotiating variety of agreements, including Agency FX Services Agreements and StreetFX Benchmark FX Pricing Agreements; performing legal analysis associated with the offering of services in the United States and new jurisdictions worldwide; advising the business teams on issues relating to interpretation of legal agreements and rules and regulations associated with their business lines; and working closely with colleagues in the legal, compliance, risk, operations and business teams.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school. License to practice in Massachusetts or New York is required. Must have 3-5 years of experience in the corporate department of a major law firm or equivalent experience in the financial services sector. Experience with ISDA master agreements and CSAs is required. Should preferably have a strong general corporate law background and experience with ISDA master agreements and credit support annexes.
 
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