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Associate Counsel, Strategic Corporate Transactions Legal Enabling Services/it And Capital Infrastru

Princeton NJ Associate Counsel, Strategic Corporate Transactions Legal Enabling Services/IT and Capital Infrastructure Responsibilities: Negotiate and provide direct counseling to internal clients on routine and moderate complexity transactional matters for the Company's Enabling Services, including IT, HR services, consulting, contingent workforce, legal services, fleet, travel and meetings and capital infrastructure. Advise internal clients in structuring and advising on various transactions in a way that advances the Company's strategy while addressing legal and regulatory risks. Provide support within the SCT Legal team for agreements pertaining to BMS Enabling Services. Draft, negotiate and finalize routine and non-routine contracts in an effective, efficient and time-sensitive manner. Identify and resolve legal issues and identify and help resolve business issues arising from related transactions. Provide legal advice and legal interpretation on rights and obligations under executed agreements. Assist with resolution of disputes under executed agreements. Proactively identify the need for, and assist with the creation of, new or improved contract templates for common transactions. Proactively identify the need for, prepare, and deliver training, written guidance and other aids for internal clients. Proactively advise internal clients regarding transaction issues in close collaboration with lawyers from other practice areas and relevant subject matter experts throughout the Company. Consistently prioritize significant workload based on business needs and communicate this prioritization. Work cooperatively with peers to leverage skills and knowledge within the SCT Legal team and the Law Department. Actively contribute to maintaining a solid SCT Legal team, through participation in discussions, sharing best practices, collaboration on projects, etc.

Qualifications: Law degree from recognized university. Qualification to practice law in New Jersey or ability to obtain NJ in-house counsel limited license (including application in process). 3+ years of experience in a mix of a major law firm or the legal function of a major corporation, including through equivalent experience with contracting and transactional matters in an operational or contract management capacity. Practical experience drafting and negotiating agreements related to the bio/pharmaceutical or life-sciences industry, including master services agreements and associated statements of work, confidentiality agreements, software licenses and software-as-a-services agreements. Has working knowledge of life-science/pharmaceutical law, including regulations, rules and laws relating to, anti-kickback, anti-bribery, intellectual property, financial transparency, and data privacy. Understanding of health care industry. Excellent administrative and organization skills. Has excellent interpersonal skills and can successfully manage internal client expectations and can work/operate well with a variety of personalities/capabilities in cross-functional teams, matrix environment. Creative, thoughtful and practical problem-solving skills. Must have high integrity, ability to assess risk, ability to make decisions and think strategically while applying knowledge of applicable legal issues. Listens to internal client needs and communicates with clients with confidence and diplomacy. Excellent verbal and writing skills and business judgment are required. Ability to communicate effectively with management and senior management personnel. Ability to work independently, effectively and efficiently and perform against broad objectives. Possess strong business acumen and work ethic. Enthusiastic, energetic and self-motivated.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-25

Head of SCT Legal R&D, DH, RWE and BI&A-Senior Corporate Counsel

Princeton NJ Head of SCT Legal R&D, DH, RWE and BI&A-Senior Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Provide senior advice and leadership to the SCT as a member of the SCT Leadership Team, including proactively identifying and driving the implementation of strategic initiatives that lead to higher organizational performance and advance the company's critical priorities. Provide advanced-level support and knowledge-leadership within the SCT Legal team for all categories of business deals for R&D, DH, RWE and BI&A. Lead and manage the team to create a vision and drive the development and implementation of a strategic plan for providing contract legal support of in-scope business deals that is integrated with the strategies of the broader SCT team and key stakeholders. Lead and drive talent development, diversity and succession planning strategy within the team and sub-teams. Lead major and complex deal negotiations and provide direct counseling to senior management on HQ, US, global and above-market R&D, DH, RWE and BI&A business deals and related matters, such as interpretation of contractual rights and obligations and major contract disputes. Identify and resolve critical legal issues and identify and help resolve critical business issues arising from transactions. Serve as the primary SCT liaison to senior management within the R&D, DH, RWE and BI&A organizations and to Strategic Sourcing and Procurement organizations supporting such organizations, as well as to other key senior stakeholders for relevant contract matters (e.g., Audit, Compliance, Pharmacovigilance, Finance and other Legal subject matter experts). Oversee, lead and manage the team in its advice on and structuring, drafting, negotiation and finalization of routine and complex business contracts and related matters, such as disputes, in an effective, efficient and time-sensitive manner while advancing the company's strategy and addressing legal and regulatory risks. Provide senior level transaction-related guidance and support for key enterprise initiatives for R&D, DH, RWE and BI&A (e.g., Third Party Risk Management, Vendor Oversight Initiative, Quality, SOP development and implementation). Provide senior level support to design and implement a harmonized enterprise-wide approach to contracting across markets and functions. Proactively identify the need for, and lead the creation of, new or improved contract templates for business transactions and contract core principles for critical topics and risks. Proactively identify the need for and lead the preparation and delivery of training, written guidance and other aids for internal clients, as well as the development of networks of business unit contract coordinators to support contract facilitation. Consistently prioritize significant workload based on business needs and communicate this prioritization and guide team in balancing priorities and overall workload, including load balancing across multiple sub-teams. Closely collaborate with attorneys from other practice areas and relevant subject matter experts throughout the company. Work cooperatively with peers to leverage and develop the skills and knowledge within the SCT Legal team and the Law Department. Authentically lead with character and lead change with agility. Maintain an enterprise mindset to achieve results. Create an environment of continuous improvement in which the team members are driven to challenge the status quo and exceed expectations.

Qualifications: Law degree from recognized university. Qualification to practice law in New Jersey or ability to obtain a NJ in-house counsel limited license. 15+ years of post-qualification experience in a major law firm and/or in legal function of a major corporation, including through equivalent experience with contracting and transactional matters in an operational or contract management capacity. Proven experience successfully managing, developing and leading junior, mid-level and senior attorneys and other legal professionals, and driving the development of sub-teams. Significant experience drafting and negotiating agreements and developing and maintaining contract templates, tools and guidance for the bio/pharmaceutical or life-sciences industry. Preference for significant experience drafting and negotiating and/or leading the drafting and negotiation of routine and complex, novel agreements pertaining to all transactions that support the R&D, DH, RWE and BI&A organizations of a bio/pharmaceutical or life-science company, including procurement, business, buy-side and sell-side agreements; clinical trial agreements, lab services agreements, discovery, early asset and clinical research agreements, cooperative research agreements, material transfer agreements and CRO agreements and related routine and complex infrastructure agreements in support of R&D operations; and agreements for health economics and outcomes research, patient reported outcomes, patient-level data licensing, technology and algorithm development and licensing, real world data/evidence and related technologies, such as platforms and devices. Working knowledge of life-science/pharmaceutical law, including regulations, rules and laws relating to, anti-kickback, anti-bribery, intellectual property, clinical trials, pharmacovigilance, financial transparency, and data privacy. Excellent administrative and organization skills. Excellent interpersonal skills and proven ability to successfully manage senior management expectations, and can work/operate well with a variety of personalities/capabilities in cross-functional teams and within a matrix environment. Creative, thoughtful and practical problem-solving skills. High integrity, ability to assess and balance risk, ability to make decisions and think strategically while applying knowledge of applicable legal issues. Listens to internal client needs and communicates with clients with confidence and diplomacy, including with senior management. Excellent verbal and writing skills and business judgment. Proven ability to communicate effectively with senior management. Strong business acumen and work ethic. Enthusiastic, energetic and self-motivated.
Legal 15 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-23

Associate Corporate Counsel

Wall NJ Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Identify risks and propose alternative structures to mitigate risks involved in potential transactions. Draft transactional documents dealing with acquisitions, financing and dispositions. Provide asset and corporate level due diligence. Provide counsel and work as a team with other counsel leaders as necessary within other business units. Close transactions, including sales, acquisitions and joint ventures. Assist with the negotiation of complex acquisitions, sales and funding of those acquisitions and sales. Recommend complex resolutions and workouts of acquisitions, including working with outside counsel. Work with finance group members with respect to process design and implementation and assist in strategic planning for finance group. Provide legal support to Human Resources regarding Workers Comp and labor relations. Must have Juris doctorate licenses to practice in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Should have 7 years of experience in corporate counsel capacity. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-23

Associate Corporate Counsel - Content

Newark NJ Associate Corporate Counsel - Content The candidate will be drafting and evaluating a variety of agreements for original audio content production, primarily focused on rights acquisition, content creation, production, performance, and distribution agreements. Will be acting as production counsel on new productions, including working closely with producers and other production personnel to answer time-sensitive production-related questions so as to keep productions on time and on budget. Coordinate and interface with business affairs, finance, legal and other Audible/Amazon departments to ensure proper handling and escalation of issues.

The candidate should have J.D. from a top tier law school and admission to a State Bar. Must have 2+ years of experience practicing law with hands on experience in commercial transactions, preferably working on entertainment (audio, film, television, new media, live performance, theater, etc.) deals or deals with significant intellectual property components. At least one (1) year of this experience should be with a leading national or international law firm. Highly developed drafting, negotiation, communication and organizational skills needed. Must have ability to handle multiple priorities and work under deadline and ability to demonstrate sound judgment in ambiguous situations. Ability to work independently, but enjoys being part of a dynamic team is required.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-20

Associate Corporate Counsel - Content

Newark NJ Associate Corporate Counsel - Content The candidate will be drafting and evaluating a variety of agreements for original audio content production, primarily focused on rights acquisition, content creation, production, performance, and distribution agreements. Will be acting as production counsel on new productions, including working closely with producers and other production personnel to answer time-sensitive production-related questions so as to keep productions on time and on budget. Coordinate and interface with business affairs, finance, legal and other Audible/Amazon departments to ensure proper handling and escalation of issues.

The candidate should have J.D. from a top tier law school and admission to a State Bar. Must have 2+ years of experience practicing law with hands on experience in commercial transactions, preferably working on entertainment (audio, film, television, new media, live performance, theater, etc.) deals or deals with significant intellectual property components. At least one (1) year of this experience should be with a leading national or international law firm. Highly developed drafting, negotiation, communication and organizational skills needed. Must have ability to handle multiple priorities and work under deadline and ability to demonstrate sound judgment in ambiguous situations. Ability to work independently, but enjoys being part of a dynamic team is required.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-20

Corporate Counsel

Princeton NJ Corporate Counsel The candidate's responsibilities include: Support Company business operations/functions by handling all contracting activities from proposal review to execution, primarily for a range of CRO Master Services Agreements and related Work Orders for the US business development team. Review and negotiate other agreements related to the research and development efforts of the Company. Prepare and review contract specimen, standard templates and approval processes and utilize and help maintain Legal department templates to draft and negotiate contracts. Advise and support Headquarters functions in Hamburg on US related equity investments and M&A projects. Support US corporate functions on all legal and compliance matters and serve as a point of contact for contract questions from within the Company. Handle other legal and compliance-related matters for the US as assigned Provide legal advice and support for interdisciplinary projects, including public funding and regulatory matters; also outside the usual legal scope of duties. Collaborate with colleagues at Headquarters in Hamburg, Germany, on legal and compliance-related matters. Manage one Contract Manager who will be primarily responsible for contracts pertaining to our Seattle-based, biologics operations. Education and Experience Requirements: A law degree and 5 years of experience drafting, negotiating and executing contracts in the Pharmaceutical/Biotech industry. Ability to draft and negotiate contracts independently with a good understanding and interest in scientific and commercial processes. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-17

New Jersey - Senior Corporate Counsel

Madison NJ Senior Corporate Counsel
The candidate will draft and negotiate contract of many types and counseling clients on a broad range of business, compliance, healthcare and regulator (Federal and State) matters. Should have a J.D. degree. Must have 7+ years of experience as a practicing attorney with 3+ years in a law firm. Should be eligible to practice in the State of New Jersey. Mergers and acquisition experience as primary lawyer is required. Significant experience in drafting and negotiating contracts, including confidentiality agreements and ancillary transaction agreements is needed. Should have healthcare experience, including fraud and abuse and STARK laws. Should preferably have experience to include: purchasing and supply agreements; hospital agreements, including drafting and structuring ACO arrangements; outsourcing of services; and representation of healthcare providers.
Legal 7 - 9 Full-time 2013-03-06

New Jersey - Corporate Attorney

Little Falls NJ Corporate Attorney
The candidate will draft, review, negotiate and finalize contracts. Will be involved with due diligence for acquisitions, corporate compliance initiatives, and general legal matters. Review, and/or draft contracts. Assist with due diligence for acquisitions. Resolve routine legal matters in various practice areas with direct supervision as needed from more experienced attorneys.

The candidate should preferably have excellent academic credentials - graduating in top 25% of the class. Should have a J.D. degree. Must have 3+ years of legal experience as an associate or in a corporate legal department. Experience drafting, reviewing and negotiating commercial contracts is preferred.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2013-02-21

New Jersey - In-house Counsel, Corporate Law

Basking Ridge NJ In-house Counsel, Corporate Law
The candidate will provide key advice and counseling in areas of capital markets transactions and corporate finance matters, including secured credit facilities, debt offerings (e.g., private placements and exchange offers) and other Treasury-related matters. Will interpret debt covenants. Prepare and review financial statement disclosures, including those found in Forms 10-K and 10-Q, and other publicly filed documents. Manage outside counsel and handling mergers and acquisitions, both domestic and international, including conducting due diligence and drafting and negotiating stock and asset purchase agreements. Handle corporate governance matters and assist in the preparation of board and committee meeting materials. Draft and negotiate a wide array of general corporate agreements, including credit agreements, purchase agreements and non-disclosure agreements.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school with outstanding academic credentials. Must have 5-7 years of corporate law experience, with an emphasis on corporate finance and debt-related instruments and M&A transactions. Should have experience in dealing with Securities and Exchange Commission matters.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2013-02-19

New Jersey - Attorney

Piscataway NJ Attorney
The candidate will be a member of the legal and compliance team of the global Audiology Group. Will be responsible for general legal and compliance matters, and M&A transactions of the company and its distributor. Prepare and negotiate general commercial documents to meet day-to-day business and legal requirements, including retail site leases, NDA, LOI, procurement, sales, distribution, and loan agreements. Draft, review, and negotiate the full spectrum of acquisition related documents including NDA, LOI, APA, assignment and assumption and non-compete agreements, based primarily on Siemens forms. Transactions focus primarily on a very active pipeline of retail hearing aid clinic acquisitions, with deals ranging from $500,000 to $2,000,000. Internal M&A process includes preparing various documents for investment committee review. Collaborate with sales, marketing, finance, HR and other departments to analyze legal risks as well as business and legal contractual terms. Provide counsel on post-transaction related issues, including integration issues such as compliance and regulatory filings and license transfer issues, as well as provide ongoing counseling on various corporate policies, initiatives and/or programs. Assist in the management of contract documentation flow, approvals and reporting consistent with internal processes. Assist in the management of contract documentation flow, approvals and reporting consistent with internal processes. Lead and execute all facets of transactional engagements - from preliminary/conceptual advice, through structuring, due diligence, negotiating, drafting, closing, integration and post-closing conflict resolution, preferably in a medical device or pharmaceutical context.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree and be admitted to practice law in New Jersey (Florida) or qualified to obtain a NJ In-House Counsel limited license. Must have 5-10 years of successful and relevant commercial and M&A experience in the healthcare field preferably with a medical device or pharma company. Facility with key elements of Anti-Kickback Statute/Stark Law, FDA regulations, and fraud and abuse laws preferred. Should have expert skills in partnering with internal business leaders and advising on complex matters. Must have willingness and ability to travel approx. 8-12 days per month.
Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2013-01-14
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Ethics & Compliance Investigator ? Business Integrity Group The candidate will responsible for investigating ethics and compliance concerns promptly, thoroughly, and impartially. The candidate must have a passion for ethics and integrity and help t... + read more

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Associate Counsel, Commercial & Regulatory
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Associate Counsel, Strategic Corporate Transactions Legal Enabling Services/it And Capital Infrastru
Refer job# YQHT150278
 
Associate Counsel, Strategic Corporate Transactions Legal Enabling Services/IT and Capital Infrastructure Responsibilities: Negotiate and provide direct counseling to internal clients on routine and moderate complexity transactional matters for the Company's Enabling Services, including IT, HR services, consulting, contingent workforce, legal services, fleet, travel and meetings and capital infrastructure. Advise internal clients in structuring and advising on various transactions in a way that advances the Company's strategy while addressing legal and regulatory risks. Provide support within the SCT Legal team for agreements pertaining to BMS Enabling Services. Draft, negotiate and finalize routine and non-routine contracts in an effective, efficient and time-sensitive manner. Identify and resolve legal issues and identify and help resolve business issues arising from related transactions. Provide legal advice and legal interpretation on rights and obligations under executed agreements. Assist with resolution of disputes under executed agreements. Proactively identify the need for, and assist with the creation of, new or improved contract templates for common transactions. Proactively identify the need for, prepare, and deliver training, written guidance and other aids for internal clients. Proactively advise internal clients regarding transaction issues in close collaboration with lawyers from other practice areas and relevant subject matter experts throughout the Company. Consistently prioritize significant workload based on business needs and communicate this prioritization. Work cooperatively with peers to leverage skills and knowledge within the SCT Legal team and the Law Department. Actively contribute to maintaining a solid SCT Legal team, through participation in discussions, sharing best practices, collaboration on projects, etc.

Qualifications: Law degree from recognized university. Qualification to practice law in New Jersey or ability to obtain NJ in-house counsel limited license (including application in process). 3+ years of experience in a mix of a major law firm or the legal function of a major corporation, including through equivalent experience with contracting and transactional matters in an operational or contract management capacity. Practical experience drafting and negotiating agreements related to the bio/pharmaceutical or life-sciences industry, including master services agreements and associated statements of work, confidentiality agreements, software licenses and software-as-a-services agreements. Has working knowledge of life-science/pharmaceutical law, including regulations, rules and laws relating to, anti-kickback, anti-bribery, intellectual property, financial transparency, and data privacy. Understanding of health care industry. Excellent administrative and organization skills. Has excellent interpersonal skills and can successfully manage internal client expectations and can work/operate well with a variety of personalities/capabilities in cross-functional teams, matrix environment. Creative, thoughtful and practical problem-solving skills. Must have high integrity, ability to assess risk, ability to make decisions and think strategically while applying knowledge of applicable legal issues. Listens to internal client needs and communicates with clients with confidence and diplomacy. Excellent verbal and writing skills and business judgment are required. Ability to communicate effectively with management and senior management personnel. Ability to work independently, effectively and efficiently and perform against broad objectives. Possess strong business acumen and work ethic. Enthusiastic, energetic and self-motivated.
 
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Head of SCT Legal R&D, DH, RWE and BI&A-Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# CKAE150244
 
Head of SCT Legal R&D, DH, RWE and BI&A-Senior Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Provide senior advice and leadership to the SCT as a member of the SCT Leadership Team, including proactively identifying and driving the implementation of strategic initiatives that lead to higher organizational performance and advance the company's critical priorities. Provide advanced-level support and knowledge-leadership within the SCT Legal team for all categories of business deals for R&D, DH, RWE and BI&A. Lead and manage the team to create a vision and drive the development and implementation of a strategic plan for providing contract legal support of in-scope business deals that is integrated with the strategies of the broader SCT team and key stakeholders. Lead and drive talent development, diversity and succession planning strategy within the team and sub-teams. Lead major and complex deal negotiations and provide direct counseling to senior management on HQ, US, global and above-market R&D, DH, RWE and BI&A business deals and related matters, such as interpretation of contractual rights and obligations and major contract disputes. Identify and resolve critical legal issues and identify and help resolve critical business issues arising from transactions. Serve as the primary SCT liaison to senior management within the R&D, DH, RWE and BI&A organizations and to Strategic Sourcing and Procurement organizations supporting such organizations, as well as to other key senior stakeholders for relevant contract matters (e.g., Audit, Compliance, Pharmacovigilance, Finance and other Legal subject matter experts). Oversee, lead and manage the team in its advice on and structuring, drafting, negotiation and finalization of routine and complex business contracts and related matters, such as disputes, in an effective, efficient and time-sensitive manner while advancing the company's strategy and addressing legal and regulatory risks. Provide senior level transaction-related guidance and support for key enterprise initiatives for R&D, DH, RWE and BI&A (e.g., Third Party Risk Management, Vendor Oversight Initiative, Quality, SOP development and implementation). Provide senior level support to design and implement a harmonized enterprise-wide approach to contracting across markets and functions. Proactively identify the need for, and lead the creation of, new or improved contract templates for business transactions and contract core principles for critical topics and risks. Proactively identify the need for and lead the preparation and delivery of training, written guidance and other aids for internal clients, as well as the development of networks of business unit contract coordinators to support contract facilitation. Consistently prioritize significant workload based on business needs and communicate this prioritization and guide team in balancing priorities and overall workload, including load balancing across multiple sub-teams. Closely collaborate with attorneys from other practice areas and relevant subject matter experts throughout the company. Work cooperatively with peers to leverage and develop the skills and knowledge within the SCT Legal team and the Law Department. Authentically lead with character and lead change with agility. Maintain an enterprise mindset to achieve results. Create an environment of continuous improvement in which the team members are driven to challenge the status quo and exceed expectations.

Qualifications: Law degree from recognized university. Qualification to practice law in New Jersey or ability to obtain a NJ in-house counsel limited license. 15+ years of post-qualification experience in a major law firm and/or in legal function of a major corporation, including through equivalent experience with contracting and transactional matters in an operational or contract management capacity. Proven experience successfully managing, developing and leading junior, mid-level and senior attorneys and other legal professionals, and driving the development of sub-teams. Significant experience drafting and negotiating agreements and developing and maintaining contract templates, tools and guidance for the bio/pharmaceutical or life-sciences industry. Preference for significant experience drafting and negotiating and/or leading the drafting and negotiation of routine and complex, novel agreements pertaining to all transactions that support the R&D, DH, RWE and BI&A organizations of a bio/pharmaceutical or life-science company, including procurement, business, buy-side and sell-side agreements; clinical trial agreements, lab services agreements, discovery, early asset and clinical research agreements, cooperative research agreements, material transfer agreements and CRO agreements and related routine and complex infrastructure agreements in support of R&D operations; and agreements for health economics and outcomes research, patient reported outcomes, patient-level data licensing, technology and algorithm development and licensing, real world data/evidence and related technologies, such as platforms and devices. Working knowledge of life-science/pharmaceutical law, including regulations, rules and laws relating to, anti-kickback, anti-bribery, intellectual property, clinical trials, pharmacovigilance, financial transparency, and data privacy. Excellent administrative and organization skills. Excellent interpersonal skills and proven ability to successfully manage senior management expectations, and can work/operate well with a variety of personalities/capabilities in cross-functional teams and within a matrix environment. Creative, thoughtful and practical problem-solving skills. High integrity, ability to assess and balance risk, ability to make decisions and think strategically while applying knowledge of applicable legal issues. Listens to internal client needs and communicates with clients with confidence and diplomacy, including with senior management. Excellent verbal and writing skills and business judgment. Proven ability to communicate effectively with senior management. Strong business acumen and work ethic. Enthusiastic, energetic and self-motivated.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# CSVT150247
 
Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Identify risks and propose alternative structures to mitigate risks involved in potential transactions. Draft transactional documents dealing with acquisitions, financing and dispositions. Provide asset and corporate level due diligence. Provide counsel and work as a team with other counsel leaders as necessary within other business units. Close transactions, including sales, acquisitions and joint ventures. Assist with the negotiation of complex acquisitions, sales and funding of those acquisitions and sales. Recommend complex resolutions and workouts of acquisitions, including working with outside counsel. Work with finance group members with respect to process design and implementation and assist in strategic planning for finance group. Provide legal support to Human Resources regarding Workers Comp and labor relations. Must have Juris doctorate licenses to practice in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Should have 7 years of experience in corporate counsel capacity.
 
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Associate Corporate Counsel - Content
Refer job# HSJE150224
 
Associate Corporate Counsel - Content The candidate will be drafting and evaluating a variety of agreements for original audio content production, primarily focused on rights acquisition, content creation, production, performance, and distribution agreements. Will be acting as production counsel on new productions, including working closely with producers and other production personnel to answer time-sensitive production-related questions so as to keep productions on time and on budget. Coordinate and interface with business affairs, finance, legal and other Audible/Amazon departments to ensure proper handling and escalation of issues.

The candidate should have J.D. from a top tier law school and admission to a State Bar. Must have 2+ years of experience practicing law with hands on experience in commercial transactions, preferably working on entertainment (audio, film, television, new media, live performance, theater, etc.) deals or deals with significant intellectual property components. At least one (1) year of this experience should be with a leading national or international law firm. Highly developed drafting, negotiation, communication and organizational skills needed. Must have ability to handle multiple priorities and work under deadline and ability to demonstrate sound judgment in ambiguous situations. Ability to work independently, but enjoys being part of a dynamic team is required.
 
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Associate Corporate Counsel - Content
Refer job# GKKW150225
 
Associate Corporate Counsel - Content The candidate will be drafting and evaluating a variety of agreements for original audio content production, primarily focused on rights acquisition, content creation, production, performance, and distribution agreements. Will be acting as production counsel on new productions, including working closely with producers and other production personnel to answer time-sensitive production-related questions so as to keep productions on time and on budget. Coordinate and interface with business affairs, finance, legal and other Audible/Amazon departments to ensure proper handling and escalation of issues.

The candidate should have J.D. from a top tier law school and admission to a State Bar. Must have 2+ years of experience practicing law with hands on experience in commercial transactions, preferably working on entertainment (audio, film, television, new media, live performance, theater, etc.) deals or deals with significant intellectual property components. At least one (1) year of this experience should be with a leading national or international law firm. Highly developed drafting, negotiation, communication and organizational skills needed. Must have ability to handle multiple priorities and work under deadline and ability to demonstrate sound judgment in ambiguous situations. Ability to work independently, but enjoys being part of a dynamic team is required.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# AFKZ150172
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate's responsibilities include: Support Company business operations/functions by handling all contracting activities from proposal review to execution, primarily for a range of CRO Master Services Agreements and related Work Orders for the US business development team. Review and negotiate other agreements related to the research and development efforts of the Company. Prepare and review contract specimen, standard templates and approval processes and utilize and help maintain Legal department templates to draft and negotiate contracts. Advise and support Headquarters functions in Hamburg on US related equity investments and M&A projects. Support US corporate functions on all legal and compliance matters and serve as a point of contact for contract questions from within the Company. Handle other legal and compliance-related matters for the US as assigned Provide legal advice and support for interdisciplinary projects, including public funding and regulatory matters; also outside the usual legal scope of duties. Collaborate with colleagues at Headquarters in Hamburg, Germany, on legal and compliance-related matters. Manage one Contract Manager who will be primarily responsible for contracts pertaining to our Seattle-based, biologics operations. Education and Experience Requirements: A law degree and 5 years of experience drafting, negotiating and executing contracts in the Pharmaceutical/Biotech industry. Ability to draft and negotiate contracts independently with a good understanding and interest in scientific and commercial processes.
 
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New Jersey - Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# 3R5925787
 
Senior Corporate Counsel
The candidate will draft and negotiate contract of many types and counseling clients on a broad range of business, compliance, healthcare and regulator (Federal and State) matters. Should have a J.D. degree. Must have 7+ years of experience as a practicing attorney with 3+ years in a law firm. Should be eligible to practice in the State of New Jersey. Mergers and acquisition experience as primary lawyer is required. Significant experience in drafting and negotiating contracts, including confidentiality agreements and ancillary transaction agreements is needed. Should have healthcare experience, including fraud and abuse and STARK laws. Should preferably have experience to include: purchasing and supply agreements; hospital agreements, including drafting and structuring ACO arrangements; outsourcing of services; and representation of healthcare providers.
 
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New Jersey - Corporate Attorney
Refer job# 99QI25632
 
Corporate Attorney
The candidate will draft, review, negotiate and finalize contracts. Will be involved with due diligence for acquisitions, corporate compliance initiatives, and general legal matters. Review, and/or draft contracts. Assist with due diligence for acquisitions. Resolve routine legal matters in various practice areas with direct supervision as needed from more experienced attorneys.

The candidate should preferably have excellent academic credentials - graduating in top 25% of the class. Should have a J.D. degree. Must have 3+ years of legal experience as an associate or in a corporate legal department. Experience drafting, reviewing and negotiating commercial contracts is preferred.
 
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New Jersey - In-house Counsel, Corporate Law
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In-house Counsel, Corporate Law
The candidate will provide key advice and counseling in areas of capital markets transactions and corporate finance matters, including secured credit facilities, debt offerings (e.g., private placements and exchange offers) and other Treasury-related matters. Will interpret debt covenants. Prepare and review financial statement disclosures, including those found in Forms 10-K and 10-Q, and other publicly filed documents. Manage outside counsel and handling mergers and acquisitions, both domestic and international, including conducting due diligence and drafting and negotiating stock and asset purchase agreements. Handle corporate governance matters and assist in the preparation of board and committee meeting materials. Draft and negotiate a wide array of general corporate agreements, including credit agreements, purchase agreements and non-disclosure agreements.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school with outstanding academic credentials. Must have 5-7 years of corporate law experience, with an emphasis on corporate finance and debt-related instruments and M&A transactions. Should have experience in dealing with Securities and Exchange Commission matters.
 
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New Jersey - Attorney
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Attorney
The candidate will be a member of the legal and compliance team of the global Audiology Group. Will be responsible for general legal and compliance matters, and M&A transactions of the company and its distributor. Prepare and negotiate general commercial documents to meet day-to-day business and legal requirements, including retail site leases, NDA, LOI, procurement, sales, distribution, and loan agreements. Draft, review, and negotiate the full spectrum of acquisition related documents including NDA, LOI, APA, assignment and assumption and non-compete agreements, based primarily on Siemens forms. Transactions focus primarily on a very active pipeline of retail hearing aid clinic acquisitions, with deals ranging from $500,000 to $2,000,000. Internal M&A process includes preparing various documents for investment committee review. Collaborate with sales, marketing, finance, HR and other departments to analyze legal risks as well as business and legal contractual terms. Provide counsel on post-transaction related issues, including integration issues such as compliance and regulatory filings and license transfer issues, as well as provide ongoing counseling on various corporate policies, initiatives and/or programs. Assist in the management of contract documentation flow, approvals and reporting consistent with internal processes. Assist in the management of contract documentation flow, approvals and reporting consistent with internal processes. Lead and execute all facets of transactional engagements - from preliminary/conceptual advice, through structuring, due diligence, negotiating, drafting, closing, integration and post-closing conflict resolution, preferably in a medical device or pharmaceutical context.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree and be admitted to practice law in New Jersey (Florida) or qualified to obtain a NJ In-House Counsel limited license. Must have 5-10 years of successful and relevant commercial and M&A experience in the healthcare field preferably with a medical device or pharma company. Facility with key elements of Anti-Kickback Statute/Stark Law, FDA regulations, and fraud and abuse laws preferred. Should have expert skills in partnering with internal business leaders and advising on complex matters. Must have willingness and ability to travel approx. 8-12 days per month.
 
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