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Corporate Counsel

Mahwah NJ Corporate Counsel Candidate will be reporting to the General Counsel and be based in our corporate headquarters. Will specialize in Privacy Law and Employment Law and will be responsible for advising the US and Canada businesses on all aspects of privacy and employment laws. Will closely partner with the relevant business teams to address the shifting privacy and employment legal and regulatory landscape and provide business-practical counsel and guidance. Will include: Provide legal support and counsel on all U.S. and Canadian privacy matters, including CCPA and GDPR compliance. Provide legal support to Human Resources and other employees of Canada regarding employment laws, policies, training, ERISA/benefits issues. Draft policies and procedures based on applicable laws and regulations and best practices relating to personal information. Monitor existing and proposed U.S. and Canadian privacy and electronic communication laws and regulations, evaluate the potential impact on the business, and proactively propose advisable business processes or practices. Support business functions in the U.S., Canada, and the U.K. on the mitigation of data privacy risks. Draft and review various commercial contracts (including service provider agreements and other supplier agreements, data protection/data sharing agreements, confidentiality agreements, etc.). Advise and train departments on privacy and employment law best practices. Refining of existing policies and practices. Manage litigation as needed for the areas of privacy and employment.

Qualifications: Must have a bachelor's degree and a JD from an accredited law school. Must be a member of the bar in a US state in good standing. 7+ years of experience in employment & privacy law is essential. Previous experience in Canadian law is a plus but not required. Previous automotive experience is a plus. Prior in-house legal experience is preferred. An outstanding collaborator who can manage multiple tasks and work across various functions. Ability to work well with a small, tightly knit legal team and desire to seek responsibility and work autonomously. Must have the ability to juggle different legal areas and projects and to prioritize tasks, while planning and accomplishing objectives in a timely manner. Must remain flexible to respond to the changing business requirements and must perform tasks in a hands-on manner with minimal oversight and reliance upon outside counsel. Must have excellent judgment to resolve complex issues efficiently and effectively, as well as demonstrate strong organizational skills and attention to detail. Must be comfortable presenting and interacting with all levels of the organization.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-09

Corporate Counsel, US Market Access Legal Services

Bridgewater NJ Corporate Counsel, US Market Access Legal Services The candidate will draft, negotiate and review market access related agreements, including: PBM agreements, GPO agreements, Specialty Pharmacy agreements, wholesaler agreements, discount and rebate agreements, distribution agreements, innovative/value-based agreements, market research agreements, vendor agreements, and service agreements; Advise market access clients on discount, rebate/price concession strategies, government pricing, copay/patient assistance programs, policy development, risk mitigation, and interactions with customers; Interact with and advise business leaders in the US concerning legal issues that have a direct effect on the success of the company; Ensure that clients are kept abreast of all relevant legal developments in their areas of business; Counsel and collaborate with the Ethics & Business Integrity (Compliance) department on policy interpretation, training, and other relevant activities; Contribute to the achievement of clients business objectives by providing proactive legal counseling; Ensure that client operations and interactions with market access customers, health care professionals and patients comply with applicable laws and company policies, including Anti-kickback Statute and other US healthcare compliance laws and regulations, antitrust, and FDA requirements; Work closely with internal teams to establish relationships and deliver consistent, practical, solutions-oriented legal guidance and support; Coordination with and support of other members of the US Market Access Legal Services team and US GBU Support & Regulatory Law Support colleagues, as needed; and Act as Legal Department representative on cross-functional teams, as assigned. Should have 4+ years of post-J.D. experience. Must have Licensed to practice law and in good standing in at least one US jurisdiction MA, NJ or DC, a plus. Should preferably have excellent academic credentials, including a J.D. from a highly respected, accredited law school; Prior experience with legal issues facing the pharmaceuticals/biotechnology industry; Broad based legal training, including exposure to payer arrangements, fraud and abuse (including the Anti-kickback Statute) and government price reporting, in addition to sophisticated regulatory and compliance issues; Experience working in a matrix, international environment; and Ability to provide and effectively communicate sound legal advice coupled with a strong understanding of business needs. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-12-26

Counsel, Corporate Transactions

Kenilworth NJ Counsel, Corporate Transactions The candidate will provide legal support and counseling for a broad range of complex transactions on behalf of the Company, including public and private mergers and acquisitions; joint ventures; research, development and commercial collaborations; corporate licensing; manufacturing and supply and other business development transactions. Work closely with management in business development and licensing functions on complex legal transactions led by the Company's Corporate, company Research Laboratories, Human Health, Manufacturing and Animal Health Divisions. Provide legal, deal and strategic advice to business development, management and executive clients. Negotiate and draft highly sophisticated M&A, divestiture, joint venture, licensing, collaboration and other agreements, often where no precedents exist. Advise as needed on relevant antitrust, securities and corporate laws impacting various projects. Supervise activities and manage the relationship with outside counsel, as needed, to support transactions. May train and supervise paralegal. Provide legal services, advice and guidance that is consistent with law and Company policy; further business objectives and appropriately balance divisional/functional/corporate business objectives and legal risks. Exercise judgment to drive decisions on routine and non-routine matters within area of practice. Report to Managing Counsel of Corporate Transactions Legal.

The candidate should have an Undergraduate degree from an accredited institution. Graduate of an accredited U.S. law school, with admission to the Bar of New Jersey or another state. Five (5) or more years of legal experience in a law firm or corporate setting. Must have drafted sophisticated legal transactional documents. Excellent teamwork, communication (written and oral) and analytical skills, and a high level of business acumen. Have managed a significant workload, with the ability to juggle multiple transactions simultaneously. Ability to be proactive and work independently with high level of initiative, self-motivation and intellectual curiosity. Willingness to embrace development opportunities, which may include assuming other related roles and assignments, or future roles at different company locations. Must have independently handled complex transactional matters in the pharmaceutical industry or other regulated industries. Must have advised management on business and legal risks in specific transactions. Has operated in ambiguous circumstances. Has worked collaboratively with colleagues to set project plan and timelines. Some domestic and international travel required.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-12-24

Counsel, Corporate Transactions

Kenilworth NJ Counsel, Corporate Transactions The candidate will provide legal support and counseling for a broad range of complex transactions on behalf of the Company, including public and private mergers and acquisitions; joint ventures; research, development and commercial collaborations; corporate licensing; manufacturing and supply and other business development transactions. Work closely with management in business development and licensing functions on complex legal transactions led by the Company's Corporate, company Research Laboratories, Human Health, Manufacturing and Animal Health Divisions. Provide legal, deal and strategic advice to business development, management and executive clients. Negotiate and draft highly sophisticated M&A, divestiture, joint venture, licensing, collaboration and other agreements, often where no precedents exist. Advise as needed on relevant antitrust, securities and corporate laws impacting various projects. Supervise activities and manage the relationship with outside counsel, as needed, to support transactions. May train and supervise paralegal. Provide legal services, advice and guidance that is consistent with law and Company policy; further business objectives and appropriately balance divisional/functional/corporate business objectives and legal risks. Exercise judgment to drive decisions on routine and non-routine matters within area of practice. Report to Managing Counsel of Corporate Transactions Legal.

The candidate should have an Undergraduate degree from an accredited institution. Graduate of an accredited U.S. law school, with admission to the Bar of New Jersey or another state. Five (5) or more years of legal experience in a law firm or corporate setting. Must have drafted sophisticated legal transactional documents. Excellent teamwork, communication (written and oral) and analytical skills, and a high level of business acumen. Have managed a significant workload, with the ability to juggle multiple transactions simultaneously. Ability to be proactive and work independently with high level of initiative, self-motivation and intellectual curiosity. Willingness to embrace development opportunities, which may include assuming other related roles and assignments, or future roles at different company locations. Must have independently handled complex transactional matters in the pharmaceutical industry or other regulated industries. Must have advised management on business and legal risks in specific transactions. Has operated in ambiguous circumstances. Has worked collaboratively with colleagues to set project plan and timelines. Some domestic and international travel required.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-12-24

Corporate Counsel, Global R&d Legal Na

Bridgewater NJ Corporate Counsel, Global R&D Legal NA Responsibilities: Provides legal advice on R&D matters in particular those relating to R&D contract matters. Negotiates, drafts and reviews R&D agreements of all types, including clinical supply, clinical trial, clinical digital transactions, technology platform licensing and R&D collaborations. Reviews R&D agreements negotiated by paralegal and non-legal staff including risk assessment associated with non-standard provisions. Provides prompt, accurate legal counsel to client groups on R&D legal matters. Drafts and reviews policies and guidelines. Works with client groups to identify, assess and address general legal concerns. Implements company policies and standards for business conduct Performs related duties as requested.

Qualifications: Four-Year College Degree, preferably a B.S. degree or higher in biology or chemistry. JD Degree from an accredited law school. Admission to a State Bar. 4+ years of experience working in a law firm or in-house corporate legal department handling a variety of contract types. Experience working within the Pharmaceutical industry. Experience working on cross-functional teams that successfully met business goals while maintaining strict compliance with relevant laws, regulations and company policies. Highly proficient in contract negotiation and drafting, including liability, indemnification and intellectual property / patent provisions related to R&D collaborations and licensing agreements. Working knowledge of regulations and laws impacting the pharmaceutical industry including privacy laws, HIPAA and informed consent regulations. Ability to advise R&D groups about how to meet business goals while maintaining complete compliance with required laws, regulations and company policy. Basic knowledge of pharmaceutical industry trends, legislative initiatives and impact on the company. Strong written and verbal communications skills, including the ability to communicate concisely to clients, to integrate legal and business knowledge and to provide balanced advice regarding risks. Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously and to flourish in a fast-paced environment. Maintains the highest ethical standards and respects confidentiality of sensitive matters.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-12-23

Corporate Staff Attorney

Cranford NJ Corporate Staff Attorney The candidate will negotiate various construction contracts including prime contracts, lower-tier contracts, joint venture agreements, teaming agreements, as well as design-build agreements in order ensure that all contracts are negotiated in alignment with the overall goals of the organization. Negotiate various marine contracts including charter agreements, towing agreements, stevedoring agreements, purchase and sale agreements. Provide legal advice and counsel to divisional and corporate managers regarding legal issues. Review and Implement best practices and policies and procedures in order to enhance contracts review processes and legal oversight in the organization. Manage and collaborate with outside counsel on legal issues as they arise. Manage litigation issues within risk management and within divisions while closely collaborating with the legal department on such issues. Manage and analyze legal issues as they arise within the organization's Canadian subsidiary. Perform other duties as assigned. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills. Must have proficient skills using MS Office. Should have 3-5 years experience with major law firm or corporation. Must have Juris Doctorate from an accredited university. New Jersey Bar Admission required. Construction Law experience is preferred. Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-12-18

Securities and Corporate Governance Counsel (Remote)

Teaneck NJ Securities and Corporate Governance Counsel (Remote) Candidate will: Provide legal advice and counsel to the Board of Directors, Board committees, executive leadership, business and administrative units, and others in all areas of securities regulation and compliance, corporate governance, and Delaware corporation law, including without limitation: the Securities Act of 1933 and Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and related rules; The Nasdaq Stock Market (Nasdaq) Listing Rules; the Sarbanes Oxley Act of 2002; the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act; and the Delaware General Corporation Law. Support Board, Board Committee, executive leadership and disclosure meetings with pre-read materials, resolutions, whitepapers, minutes, and post-meeting action items, as requested., and any related processes. Provide legal counsel to the Controller's and Finance and Accounting organizations and to Investor Relations for matters relating to securities law compliance and disclosure, including without limitation: the preparation and filing of Annual Reports on Form 10-K, Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q, and Current Reports on Form 8-K; quarterly earnings releases and call materials; investor meetings and presentations; Regulation FD; Regulation G; and general disclosure matters. Ownership of the proxy statement and annual meeting processes, from initial drafting through filing/printing/mailing and the holding of the annual meeting. Ownership together with Investor Relations for the shareholder engagement process, including creation of materials and director preparation. Provide legal counsel to the Human Resources organization for executive compensation matters and agreements, including relevant securities law compliance and disclosure, and to the Corporate Secretary with respect to director compensation matters. Provide legal counsel to the Marketing and Public Relations organizations for matters related to press releases, marketing claims and other public disclosure matters. Administer the company's Insider Trading Policy and Trading Window Period and Rule 10b5-1 plans. Manage the Section 16 filing process and advise directors and executive officers with respect to such filings. Oversee the work of the corporate governance group that manages the corporate documents and filings for the Company's 160+ subsidiaries around the world. Provide legal advice and assistance to the Treasury organization on banking agreements, securities transactions and other treasury matters. Provide legal counsel on a diverse range of matters related to day-to-day operations of the Company, and support executive management and various departments, including Controllership, Finance and Accounting, Investor Relations, Equity Compensation, Human Resources, Public Relations, Marketing, Treasury and Tax. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2020-12-16

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
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Associate General Counsel - Investment Company Act of 1940 The candidate will be responsible for supporting all aspects of legal and regulatory matters relating to the firm?s retail and annuity-dedicated funds. This individual would be involved in t... + read more

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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# XXOW154465
 
Corporate Counsel Candidate will be reporting to the General Counsel and be based in our corporate headquarters. Will specialize in Privacy Law and Employment Law and will be responsible for advising the US and Canada businesses on all aspects of privacy and employment laws. Will closely partner with the relevant business teams to address the shifting privacy and employment legal and regulatory landscape and provide business-practical counsel and guidance. Will include: Provide legal support and counsel on all U.S. and Canadian privacy matters, including CCPA and GDPR compliance. Provide legal support to Human Resources and other employees of Canada regarding employment laws, policies, training, ERISA/benefits issues. Draft policies and procedures based on applicable laws and regulations and best practices relating to personal information. Monitor existing and proposed U.S. and Canadian privacy and electronic communication laws and regulations, evaluate the potential impact on the business, and proactively propose advisable business processes or practices. Support business functions in the U.S., Canada, and the U.K. on the mitigation of data privacy risks. Draft and review various commercial contracts (including service provider agreements and other supplier agreements, data protection/data sharing agreements, confidentiality agreements, etc.). Advise and train departments on privacy and employment law best practices. Refining of existing policies and practices. Manage litigation as needed for the areas of privacy and employment.

Qualifications: Must have a bachelor's degree and a JD from an accredited law school. Must be a member of the bar in a US state in good standing. 7+ years of experience in employment & privacy law is essential. Previous experience in Canadian law is a plus but not required. Previous automotive experience is a plus. Prior in-house legal experience is preferred. An outstanding collaborator who can manage multiple tasks and work across various functions. Ability to work well with a small, tightly knit legal team and desire to seek responsibility and work autonomously. Must have the ability to juggle different legal areas and projects and to prioritize tasks, while planning and accomplishing objectives in a timely manner. Must remain flexible to respond to the changing business requirements and must perform tasks in a hands-on manner with minimal oversight and reliance upon outside counsel. Must have excellent judgment to resolve complex issues efficiently and effectively, as well as demonstrate strong organizational skills and attention to detail. Must be comfortable presenting and interacting with all levels of the organization.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, US Market Access Legal Services
Refer job# GOEJ154222
 
Corporate Counsel, US Market Access Legal Services The candidate will draft, negotiate and review market access related agreements, including: PBM agreements, GPO agreements, Specialty Pharmacy agreements, wholesaler agreements, discount and rebate agreements, distribution agreements, innovative/value-based agreements, market research agreements, vendor agreements, and service agreements; Advise market access clients on discount, rebate/price concession strategies, government pricing, copay/patient assistance programs, policy development, risk mitigation, and interactions with customers; Interact with and advise business leaders in the US concerning legal issues that have a direct effect on the success of the company; Ensure that clients are kept abreast of all relevant legal developments in their areas of business; Counsel and collaborate with the Ethics & Business Integrity (Compliance) department on policy interpretation, training, and other relevant activities; Contribute to the achievement of clients business objectives by providing proactive legal counseling; Ensure that client operations and interactions with market access customers, health care professionals and patients comply with applicable laws and company policies, including Anti-kickback Statute and other US healthcare compliance laws and regulations, antitrust, and FDA requirements; Work closely with internal teams to establish relationships and deliver consistent, practical, solutions-oriented legal guidance and support; Coordination with and support of other members of the US Market Access Legal Services team and US GBU Support & Regulatory Law Support colleagues, as needed; and Act as Legal Department representative on cross-functional teams, as assigned. Should have 4+ years of post-J.D. experience. Must have Licensed to practice law and in good standing in at least one US jurisdiction MA, NJ or DC, a plus. Should preferably have excellent academic credentials, including a J.D. from a highly respected, accredited law school; Prior experience with legal issues facing the pharmaceuticals/biotechnology industry; Broad based legal training, including exposure to payer arrangements, fraud and abuse (including the Anti-kickback Statute) and government price reporting, in addition to sophisticated regulatory and compliance issues; Experience working in a matrix, international environment; and Ability to provide and effectively communicate sound legal advice coupled with a strong understanding of business needs.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Counsel, Corporate Transactions
Refer job# EPGK154156
 
Counsel, Corporate Transactions The candidate will provide legal support and counseling for a broad range of complex transactions on behalf of the Company, including public and private mergers and acquisitions; joint ventures; research, development and commercial collaborations; corporate licensing; manufacturing and supply and other business development transactions. Work closely with management in business development and licensing functions on complex legal transactions led by the Company's Corporate, company Research Laboratories, Human Health, Manufacturing and Animal Health Divisions. Provide legal, deal and strategic advice to business development, management and executive clients. Negotiate and draft highly sophisticated M&A, divestiture, joint venture, licensing, collaboration and other agreements, often where no precedents exist. Advise as needed on relevant antitrust, securities and corporate laws impacting various projects. Supervise activities and manage the relationship with outside counsel, as needed, to support transactions. May train and supervise paralegal. Provide legal services, advice and guidance that is consistent with law and Company policy; further business objectives and appropriately balance divisional/functional/corporate business objectives and legal risks. Exercise judgment to drive decisions on routine and non-routine matters within area of practice. Report to Managing Counsel of Corporate Transactions Legal.

The candidate should have an Undergraduate degree from an accredited institution. Graduate of an accredited U.S. law school, with admission to the Bar of New Jersey or another state. Five (5) or more years of legal experience in a law firm or corporate setting. Must have drafted sophisticated legal transactional documents. Excellent teamwork, communication (written and oral) and analytical skills, and a high level of business acumen. Have managed a significant workload, with the ability to juggle multiple transactions simultaneously. Ability to be proactive and work independently with high level of initiative, self-motivation and intellectual curiosity. Willingness to embrace development opportunities, which may include assuming other related roles and assignments, or future roles at different company locations. Must have independently handled complex transactional matters in the pharmaceutical industry or other regulated industries. Must have advised management on business and legal risks in specific transactions. Has operated in ambiguous circumstances. Has worked collaboratively with colleagues to set project plan and timelines. Some domestic and international travel required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Counsel, Corporate Transactions
Refer job# AKWR154157
 
Counsel, Corporate Transactions The candidate will provide legal support and counseling for a broad range of complex transactions on behalf of the Company, including public and private mergers and acquisitions; joint ventures; research, development and commercial collaborations; corporate licensing; manufacturing and supply and other business development transactions. Work closely with management in business development and licensing functions on complex legal transactions led by the Company's Corporate, company Research Laboratories, Human Health, Manufacturing and Animal Health Divisions. Provide legal, deal and strategic advice to business development, management and executive clients. Negotiate and draft highly sophisticated M&A, divestiture, joint venture, licensing, collaboration and other agreements, often where no precedents exist. Advise as needed on relevant antitrust, securities and corporate laws impacting various projects. Supervise activities and manage the relationship with outside counsel, as needed, to support transactions. May train and supervise paralegal. Provide legal services, advice and guidance that is consistent with law and Company policy; further business objectives and appropriately balance divisional/functional/corporate business objectives and legal risks. Exercise judgment to drive decisions on routine and non-routine matters within area of practice. Report to Managing Counsel of Corporate Transactions Legal.

The candidate should have an Undergraduate degree from an accredited institution. Graduate of an accredited U.S. law school, with admission to the Bar of New Jersey or another state. Five (5) or more years of legal experience in a law firm or corporate setting. Must have drafted sophisticated legal transactional documents. Excellent teamwork, communication (written and oral) and analytical skills, and a high level of business acumen. Have managed a significant workload, with the ability to juggle multiple transactions simultaneously. Ability to be proactive and work independently with high level of initiative, self-motivation and intellectual curiosity. Willingness to embrace development opportunities, which may include assuming other related roles and assignments, or future roles at different company locations. Must have independently handled complex transactional matters in the pharmaceutical industry or other regulated industries. Must have advised management on business and legal risks in specific transactions. Has operated in ambiguous circumstances. Has worked collaboratively with colleagues to set project plan and timelines. Some domestic and international travel required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, Global R&d Legal Na
Refer job# UIYT154120
 
Corporate Counsel, Global R&D Legal NA Responsibilities: Provides legal advice on R&D matters in particular those relating to R&D contract matters. Negotiates, drafts and reviews R&D agreements of all types, including clinical supply, clinical trial, clinical digital transactions, technology platform licensing and R&D collaborations. Reviews R&D agreements negotiated by paralegal and non-legal staff including risk assessment associated with non-standard provisions. Provides prompt, accurate legal counsel to client groups on R&D legal matters. Drafts and reviews policies and guidelines. Works with client groups to identify, assess and address general legal concerns. Implements company policies and standards for business conduct Performs related duties as requested.

Qualifications: Four-Year College Degree, preferably a B.S. degree or higher in biology or chemistry. JD Degree from an accredited law school. Admission to a State Bar. 4+ years of experience working in a law firm or in-house corporate legal department handling a variety of contract types. Experience working within the Pharmaceutical industry. Experience working on cross-functional teams that successfully met business goals while maintaining strict compliance with relevant laws, regulations and company policies. Highly proficient in contract negotiation and drafting, including liability, indemnification and intellectual property / patent provisions related to R&D collaborations and licensing agreements. Working knowledge of regulations and laws impacting the pharmaceutical industry including privacy laws, HIPAA and informed consent regulations. Ability to advise R&D groups about how to meet business goals while maintaining complete compliance with required laws, regulations and company policy. Basic knowledge of pharmaceutical industry trends, legislative initiatives and impact on the company. Strong written and verbal communications skills, including the ability to communicate concisely to clients, to integrate legal and business knowledge and to provide balanced advice regarding risks. Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously and to flourish in a fast-paced environment. Maintains the highest ethical standards and respects confidentiality of sensitive matters.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Staff Attorney
Refer job# XVJS154024
 
Corporate Staff Attorney The candidate will negotiate various construction contracts including prime contracts, lower-tier contracts, joint venture agreements, teaming agreements, as well as design-build agreements in order ensure that all contracts are negotiated in alignment with the overall goals of the organization. Negotiate various marine contracts including charter agreements, towing agreements, stevedoring agreements, purchase and sale agreements. Provide legal advice and counsel to divisional and corporate managers regarding legal issues. Review and Implement best practices and policies and procedures in order to enhance contracts review processes and legal oversight in the organization. Manage and collaborate with outside counsel on legal issues as they arise. Manage litigation issues within risk management and within divisions while closely collaborating with the legal department on such issues. Manage and analyze legal issues as they arise within the organization's Canadian subsidiary. Perform other duties as assigned. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills. Must have proficient skills using MS Office. Should have 3-5 years experience with major law firm or corporation. Must have Juris Doctorate from an accredited university. New Jersey Bar Admission required. Construction Law experience is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Securities and Corporate Governance Counsel (Remote)
Refer job# KLNO153924
 
Securities and Corporate Governance Counsel (Remote) Candidate will: Provide legal advice and counsel to the Board of Directors, Board committees, executive leadership, business and administrative units, and others in all areas of securities regulation and compliance, corporate governance, and Delaware corporation law, including without limitation: the Securities Act of 1933 and Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and related rules; The Nasdaq Stock Market (Nasdaq) Listing Rules; the Sarbanes Oxley Act of 2002; the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act; and the Delaware General Corporation Law. Support Board, Board Committee, executive leadership and disclosure meetings with pre-read materials, resolutions, whitepapers, minutes, and post-meeting action items, as requested., and any related processes. Provide legal counsel to the Controller's and Finance and Accounting organizations and to Investor Relations for matters relating to securities law compliance and disclosure, including without limitation: the preparation and filing of Annual Reports on Form 10-K, Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q, and Current Reports on Form 8-K; quarterly earnings releases and call materials; investor meetings and presentations; Regulation FD; Regulation G; and general disclosure matters. Ownership of the proxy statement and annual meeting processes, from initial drafting through filing/printing/mailing and the holding of the annual meeting. Ownership together with Investor Relations for the shareholder engagement process, including creation of materials and director preparation. Provide legal counsel to the Human Resources organization for executive compensation matters and agreements, including relevant securities law compliance and disclosure, and to the Corporate Secretary with respect to director compensation matters. Provide legal counsel to the Marketing and Public Relations organizations for matters related to press releases, marketing claims and other public disclosure matters. Administer the company's Insider Trading Policy and Trading Window Period and Rule 10b5-1 plans. Manage the Section 16 filing process and advise directors and executive officers with respect to such filings. Oversee the work of the corporate governance group that manages the corporate documents and filings for the Company's 160+ subsidiaries around the world. Provide legal advice and assistance to the Treasury organization on banking agreements, securities transactions and other treasury matters. Provide legal counsel on a diverse range of matters related to day-to-day operations of the Company, and support executive management and various departments, including Controllership, Finance and Accounting, Investor Relations, Equity Compensation, Human Resources, Public Relations, Marketing, Treasury and Tax.
 
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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.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
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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