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Assistant General Counsel, Corporate And Business Development

Princeton NJ Assistant General Counsel, Corporate and Business Development The candidate will provide legal advice, guidance and support for Corporate Development (i.e., mergers and acquisitions) and Business Development (i.e., licensing and collaborations) transactions. Will lead drafting and negotiations, structuring and counseling on transactions (including mergers and acquisitions, strategic equity investments, strategic divestitures, global licenses, collaborations and partnerships and other transactions). Identify and resolve critical legal issues and identify and help resolve critical business issues arising from transactions. Oversee and manage the legal due diligence process. Partner with Corporate Development and Business Development clients to ensure strategic alignment in all transactions, escalating matters as appropriate with the judgment to understand when escalation is necessary. Manage business relationships and counsel business clients across a broad sphere of influence, internally and externally, on transaction and strategic issues pertaining to strategic alliance partnerships and collaborations. Contribute to the on-going development of a high-performance transactions legal team and cultivate a highly collaborative culture with effective relationships with peers in the legal department as well as other key functions. As appropriate, manage and organize antitrust approvals and negotiations with antitrust authorities and regulators. Demonstrate a service-oriented approach to advising internal client groups. Should have a Law degree from recognized university. Qualification to practice law in New Jersey or ability to obtain a NJ in-house counsel limited license is required. Must have 9-10 years of legal transactional experience. Experience drafting and negotiating complex transaction agreements is required. Experience in bio-pharmaceutical or life-sciences industry transactions is preferred. An understanding of bio-pharmaceutical/life-sciences industry is needed. Legal 9 - 10 Full-time 2021-09-23

Tax Attorney, Corporate Tax Department (executive Director) job Details

Jersey City NJ Tax Attorney, Corporate Tax Department (Executive Director) The candidate will manage tax-related inquiries from a variety of the firm's businesses across established and emerging markets. Will work with Corporate Tax colleagues and relevant business teams to review tax aspects of new initiatives or expansion into new markets. Coordinate and effectively communicate with colleagues, outside tax counsel, accounting firms, and internal stakeholders to ensure appropriate tax planning, risk controls, and compliance. Review current and potential tax legislation and regulations. Participate in regular Corporate Tax department meetings and development of policies and procedures relevant to the businesses, including attention to reputational risk considerations. Report to a Managing Director in Corporate Tax who supervises tax coverage for many of the areas described above. Must have a Juris Doctorate degree or non-US equivalent. Should have 4-6 years of relevant tax experience at a top-tier law firm with a strong tax practice. Exceptional candidates with financial services industry experience at Big 4 accounting firms may be considered. Should have experience with drafting and negotiating tax provisions and with advising on or implementing US tax information reporting and withholding obligations a plus; strong written and verbal communication skills; and the ability to be self-directed. Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2021-09-23

Senior Corporate Counsel

Parsippany NJ Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will be reviewing, drafting and negotiating contracts, subcontracts, teaming agreements, non-disclosure agreements and other documents relating to the sale of T-Mobile products and services to SLED agencies. Will be reviewing solicitations/RFPs for adherence to T-Mobile policies and legal requirements, and providing cradle-to-grave contract support from proposal stage through contract negotiation/award, and disputes and expiration/termination. Interfacing with attorneys and subject matter experts throughout T-Mobile, including specialists in cybersecurity, litigation, tax, intellectual property, risk management, human resources and proposal management. Working with cross-functional teams on company-wide compliance efforts, including responding to government audits and investigations, as well development and implementation of policies and training programs. Advising sales teams on ethics, compliance and gratuity rules for conducting government business. Review of Sales/Marketing materials for contractual and regulatory compliance.

The candidate should have a U.S. law degree and admission to at least one State Bar. Must have 7+ years of transactional contracting experience as an attorney with a government agency, in-house legal department and/or law firm. Familiarity with telecommunications industry a plus. Must have excellent communication and negotiation skills; ability to handle quick turnarounds and work effectively with Sales teams and cross-functional subject matter experts. Strong oral and written communication skills, as well as outstanding organizational and analytical skills required.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-23

Corporate Secretary And Assistant General Counsel

Wall NJ Corporate Secretary and Assistant General Counsel Responsibilities: Manage logistics of annual meeting of shareholders; prepare and coordinate mailing of proxy materials. Communicate directly with shareholders on annual meeting-related and other issues with respect to stock records. Monitor compliance with corporate governance-related state, federal and other regulations, including by filing required director and executive officer stock transaction disclosures. Provide advice and guidance to the Nominating/Corporate Governance Committee of the Board regarding current issues and trends in the corporate governance space. Create, maintain, distribute and retain official records of the Corporation and its subsidiaries. Responsible for formation, qualification and dissolution of various corporate entities. Maintain database of subsidiaries. Serve as member and secretary of the Benefits Administration Committee. Serve as secretary of Conserve to Preserve Foundation and NJNG Charity. Prepare the annual and interim written affirmations to be filed with the NYSE. Prepare board minutes and corporate resolutions. Draft and file the annual proxy statement and any other required proxy statements. Act as Plan Administrator for director and officer deferral accounts. Review and post materials for Board meetings and maintain web portal used for Board communications. Establish accounts with transfer agent for stock awards to directors and officers upon grant and coordinate distribution of stock awards upon vesting. Provide oversight to Assistant General Counsel with negotiation of financing arrangements with our lenders and investors and provide ongoing advice with respect to our existing debt and financial commitments. Draft various company policies and procedures, primarily with respect to corporate governance and administration of stock awards. Assist the General Counsel in preparing SEC and NYSE filings, including reports on Forms 8-K, 10-Q and 10-K, as well as earnings releases and financial statements; provide advice and counsel on SEC and NYSE regulations. Manage outside counsel as necessary. Assist the General Counsel with corporate governance issues. Assist the General Counsel and Human Resources with executive compensation issues, including the preparation of equity award agreements. Complete other projects as assigned by the General Counsel.

Qualifications: JD Degree with a license to practice law in New Jersey required. 10+ years experience in the legal field required. Five years experience in a public company with knowledge of federal and state securities laws, corporate organizations and practices.. Experience in negotiating, preparing and reviewing complex agreements and financial instruments and with SEC or NYSE regulatory issues is desired. Must be detail oriented and able to mediate and achieve consensus among different groups. Requires excellent verbal and written communication skills. Proficiency in Microsoft Word; knowledge of Excel and Diligent Board software a plus.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-23

Corporate Counsel

Jersey City NJ Corporate Counsel Duties: Be a part of a team that provides day-to-day legal support to all aspects of investment team and operations. Review, negotiate, and manage the various agreements, including transactional documentation, trading agreements, buyer representation letters, confidentiality agreements, as well as technology and other corporate agreements. Support the asset recovery services of the firm related to distressed investments. Offer legal counsel to promote compliance with applicable laws and regulations and respond to regulatory inquiries and examinations. Interpret, analyze, and provide guidance on major regulatory reforms and partner with the Compliance Department on compliance initiatives. Sustain an awareness of existing and proposed regulatory initiatives, industry trends and best practices.

Qualifications: An excellent academic background, including JD Degree from a well-respected law school. 3+ years of relevant experience as an attorney while working at a leading law firm, in-house, or both. Strong knowledge of the regulatory framework governing investment advisers ?including the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, the Securities Act of 1933, and other relevant laws and regulations ?is preferred. Exposure to ERISA, commodities regulation, registered mutual funds, private commingled investment vehicles, and UCITS funds is a plus. Desirable: Proactive, energetic, and pragmatic approach to business and legal issues that is oriented toward finding solutions. Excellent communication skills, including the ability to distill and explain technical and/or complex matters to non-lawyers. Influence and presence to gain credibility with and the respect of key internal and external constituencies, including his/he manager, colleagues and senior business leaders. Willingness to learn new areas of law, especially asset management and regulatory.. Active listening skills, including the ability to attend to the concerns of senior managers and business leaders. Strong team orientation; values and emphasizes cooperation and teamwork across functional areas. Ability to handle multiple tasks, take on new responsibilities and prioritize work in a deadline intensive environment. Attention to detail. Ethical nature, with the highest standards of integrity.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-22

Director, Commercial Transactions Corporate Counsel

Teaneck NJ Director, Commercial Transactions Corporate Counsel Duties: Negotiating commercial contracts with our customers, many of which are represented by top law firms. Addressing legal queries from business teams across various aspects of the law, the contract, and the customer relationship, including compliance, intellectual property, privacy, litigation, and employment. Collaborating with fellow attorneys to develop and maintain templates, playbooks, contracting policies, negotiation practices, and escalation procedures. Either work as an assigned vertical attorney or work in a broader role for multiple verticals.

Qualifications: Licensed attorney with 7+ years of expertise in commercial transactions, with both large law firm and in-house experience. Experience in a wide variety of contract drafting and negotiations, preferably representing a client without significant contracting leverage. Prior exposure to IT outsourcing is a major plus. Exposure to master service agreements, software-as-a-service agreements, or other commercial agreements with complex intellectual property, licensing, privacy, indemnity, and liability issues. Enjoy working in a rapidly changing and diverse environment and be comfortable navigating through ambiguous situations. Commitment to promoting an ethical workplace culture and supporting compliance processes and programs. The ability to work efficiently, meet demanding deadlines in a fast-paced environment, prioritize work, and adjust to frequent workload fluctuations across multiple time zones.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-22

Corporate Counsel

Woodcliff Lake NJ Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Provide legal advice and support for the most critical Treasury functions relating to financing Group operations by and through capital market transactions involving the US and Canada. 144A financing, smaller unsecured bonds, asset backed securitizations (i.e., leases, retail installment contracts, and floorplan loans), European medium-term notes, currency and interest rate swaps and derivatives, hedges, syndications, commercial paper, American Depository Receipts, and general treasury work. Be an expert on US securities laws and regulations (e.g., Sections 144A and 10(b)(5) of the Securities Exchange Act), the Dodd-Frank Act, Regulation ABII, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, capital markets transactions, and e-contracts. These financial transactions can exceed one billion dollars and serve as an important funding source for Group operations and involves serving as the leader of cross functional teams. Provide legal advice on internal control systems; Provide legal advice to the Executive Board, the Executive Committee, Senior Managers, and other Group companies and their management in and outside of the US and Canada. Provide legal advice to all business units within. Deals with and provides legal advice to managers at the grade level of Department Manager or higher more than 50% of the time; Provide legal advice on corporate governance; Handle, negotiate, and provide legal advice and lead cross functional teams on, multimillion dollar commercial stock and/or asset transactions. The legal worked involved is likely to include venture capital investment transactions, as well as related commercial contracts; Handle audit letters and corporate internal audit reports. Preparing letters to be issued by the Vice President of Legal Affairs and General Counsel to outside auditors on behalf of Group companies and edit and respond to corporate internal audit reports; Draft, edit, and coordinate work on company policies, procedures, and guidelines and provide related legal advice; Responsible as Legal Department's location's point person for legal compliance with Compliance organization, advise Executive Board and Executive Committee, the boards and committees of other Group companies, and members of management of Group companies on legal compliance, compliance training, and counseling compliance responsibles on completing Group compliance reports and questionnaires; Negotiate, review, and approve contracts; Make all strategic and significant decisions with respect to litigation, non-litigation, and legislative legal matters and direct and supervise the work performed by partners, associates, and paralegals at law firms, experts, legislative counsel, lobbyists, vendors, suppliers, Alternate Dispute Resolution providers, and other third parties in handling legal matters. In total, this involves the active management of numerous entities and/or people at all times; Control budgets and handle matters in a cost effective manner to achieve budget targets; Train and mentor other in-house lawyers on matters for which they have expertise. Also supervise, train, and mentor in-house paralegals and manage the work that they perform; Back up other lawyers and coordinate the handling of matters with other Group lawyers in and outside and other related duties/projects as required; and Other duties as the need arises.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university. JD degree from an accredited law school. A member of the bar association in at least one jurisdiction in the US. Licensed to practice law in New Jersey (this could include obtaining a license to practice in-house based on being a member of the bar of a state outside of New Jersey). 5+ years of legal experience. Expertise in securities laws and regulations and the Securities and Exchange Commission. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Excellent negotiation skills. Must be able to use Microsoft Office, Lexis/Nexis, and Westlaw. Preferences: Prior legal experience with another motor vehicle distributor or manufacturer is desired. Job ID: 2100030U
Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-22

Corporate Counsel

Newark NJ Corporate Counsel Duties: Partner with cross-department stakeholders including business affairs, finance, customer service, communications and other teams to advise on risks and issues involving a wide range of legal areas. Structure and draft a variety of agreements. Work closely with internal stakeholders to update and implement policies and procedures. Manage internal and external escalations. Anticipate sources of abuse and working with cross-functional teams to develop mitigation strategies.

Qualifications: Strong academic credentials including a JD degree and membership in good standing in at least one state Bar. 5+ years of legal experience (with several years at a leading law firm or in-house at a leading corporation). Preferred Qualifications: Excellent communication and writing skills. Attention to detail and proven ability to manage multiple, competing priorities simultaneously. Ability to demonstrate sound judgement in ambiguous situations. Ability to effectively collaborate and build relationships with attorneys and business leaders throughout the organization. Enthusiasm and appreciation for the indie publishing community and brand and products as a leader in the audio spoken word landscape.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-18

Director, Corporate Counsel

Princeton NJ Director, Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Provide Legal support for Market Access (MA), Major focus is on Government Price Reporting and HHS Fraud and Abuse Issues. Draft, review and manage a variety of contracts and agreements including public and private payers, specialty pharmacy contracts, value-based contracts, PBMs, GPOs. Provide guidance to multi-functional teams to ensure compliance with company policies and legal/regulatory requirements. Perform other legal, administrative and corporate duties upon request Take responsibility for providing specific elements of the organization's legal service with guidance from senior colleagues. Analyze specific problems and issues to find the best solutions. Solutions could be technical or professional in nature. Contribute to the drafting of policies, procedures, and related guidelines within an area of expertise to meet defined key principles and ensure compliance with external requirements. Contribute to the management of partnering relationships with internal clients, building effective working relationships and providing high-quality professional services to support in delivering business strategy and plans. Respond to personal objectives and use performance management systems to improve personal performance. OR Monitor the performance of the team; allocate work and review completion, take appropriate corrective action to ensure timeliness and quality; contribute to formal individual performance management and appraisal. Advise others on how to design new processes and systems that meet professional standards. Resolve queries from internal or external customers or suppliers by providing information on complex processes and the related policies, referring to others where necessary for interpretation of policy. Develop and/or deliver a plan for significant aspects of a research program with guidance from senior colleagues. Analyze, assess, and quantify the risks associated with products/individual applications/business activities/the market to determine whether any risk is within the agreed risk appetite. Undertake tactical risk modeling.

Qualifications: JD Degree or equivalent degree required. 5+ years of relevant experience as an attorney in the pharmaceutical industry or at a firm advising pharmaceutical clients on pricing. Experience & demonstrated ability to collaborate, build and sustain effective partnerships with multicultural key stakeholders and project teams. Previous law firm experience preferred. Experience of managing external service providers preferred.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-15

Corporate Counsel

Basking Ridge NJ Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Serves as the primary legal advisor point person for one or more internal business customers and/or products and/or compounds and/or other legal matters. Provide comprehensive legal support to the various business customers/functions and/or products/compounds, regarding all contracts, vendors, projects, advertising/promotion, training materials, program design, clinical studies or documentation for clinical trials, etc. Assigned to support various legal matters (e.g., legal projects, etc. or litigation related matters, or aspects/projects of litigation, claims, such as third-party subpoenas, etc.). Prepares and provides legal review of Company documents such as contracts and correspondence (e.g., to regulatory agencies and clinical study sites) related to Company products and/or compounds, including providing legal guidance memos, both independently and for review, approval, and use by management and/or business customers. Independently negotiates contract language and other issues with third parties (vendors, etc.). Creates corporate policies. procedures and/or instructions, as assigned, and/or provides legal review of such documents under the supervision of their management. Monitors current developments in several key legal areas, as assigned, and provides Legal Affairs colleagues and assigned business customers, when requested, with updates regarding same.

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree from 4-year College or University of recognized standing required. JD Degree from Law School of recognized standing required. Admission to NJ Bar and/or qualification for NJ limited in-house license (with reciprocal Bar Admission in another state) required. Experience Qualifications. 4 or More Years post-law school experience preferred. 1+ Years pharmaceutical or biotech industry experience, particularly in contracting and FDA regulatory issues preferred. 1+ Years prior experience on specific business customers within pharmaceutical industry (e.g., IT, Medical Affairs, Sales/Marketing, Managed Markets, Pharmacovigilance, Supply Chain, Compliance, Quality Assurance, pharma-specific litigation issues, promotional brand review, etc.) preferred. Relevant in-house corporate and/or litigation experience. Experience in oncology therapeutic area is a plus. preferred.
Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-13
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Assistant General Counsel, Corporate And Business Development
Refer job# EYDZ162145
 
Assistant General Counsel, Corporate and Business Development The candidate will provide legal advice, guidance and support for Corporate Development (i.e., mergers and acquisitions) and Business Development (i.e., licensing and collaborations) transactions. Will lead drafting and negotiations, structuring and counseling on transactions (including mergers and acquisitions, strategic equity investments, strategic divestitures, global licenses, collaborations and partnerships and other transactions). Identify and resolve critical legal issues and identify and help resolve critical business issues arising from transactions. Oversee and manage the legal due diligence process. Partner with Corporate Development and Business Development clients to ensure strategic alignment in all transactions, escalating matters as appropriate with the judgment to understand when escalation is necessary. Manage business relationships and counsel business clients across a broad sphere of influence, internally and externally, on transaction and strategic issues pertaining to strategic alliance partnerships and collaborations. Contribute to the on-going development of a high-performance transactions legal team and cultivate a highly collaborative culture with effective relationships with peers in the legal department as well as other key functions. As appropriate, manage and organize antitrust approvals and negotiations with antitrust authorities and regulators. Demonstrate a service-oriented approach to advising internal client groups. Should have a Law degree from recognized university. Qualification to practice law in New Jersey or ability to obtain a NJ in-house counsel limited license is required. Must have 9-10 years of legal transactional experience. Experience drafting and negotiating complex transaction agreements is required. Experience in bio-pharmaceutical or life-sciences industry transactions is preferred. An understanding of bio-pharmaceutical/life-sciences industry is needed.
 
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Tax Attorney, Corporate Tax Department (executive Director) job Details
Refer job# HJIF162151
 
Tax Attorney, Corporate Tax Department (Executive Director) The candidate will manage tax-related inquiries from a variety of the firm's businesses across established and emerging markets. Will work with Corporate Tax colleagues and relevant business teams to review tax aspects of new initiatives or expansion into new markets. Coordinate and effectively communicate with colleagues, outside tax counsel, accounting firms, and internal stakeholders to ensure appropriate tax planning, risk controls, and compliance. Review current and potential tax legislation and regulations. Participate in regular Corporate Tax department meetings and development of policies and procedures relevant to the businesses, including attention to reputational risk considerations. Report to a Managing Director in Corporate Tax who supervises tax coverage for many of the areas described above. Must have a Juris Doctorate degree or non-US equivalent. Should have 4-6 years of relevant tax experience at a top-tier law firm with a strong tax practice. Exceptional candidates with financial services industry experience at Big 4 accounting firms may be considered. Should have experience with drafting and negotiating tax provisions and with advising on or implementing US tax information reporting and withholding obligations a plus; strong written and verbal communication skills; and the ability to be self-directed.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# SSBG162170
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will be reviewing, drafting and negotiating contracts, subcontracts, teaming agreements, non-disclosure agreements and other documents relating to the sale of T-Mobile products and services to SLED agencies. Will be reviewing solicitations/RFPs for adherence to T-Mobile policies and legal requirements, and providing cradle-to-grave contract support from proposal stage through contract negotiation/award, and disputes and expiration/termination. Interfacing with attorneys and subject matter experts throughout T-Mobile, including specialists in cybersecurity, litigation, tax, intellectual property, risk management, human resources and proposal management. Working with cross-functional teams on company-wide compliance efforts, including responding to government audits and investigations, as well development and implementation of policies and training programs. Advising sales teams on ethics, compliance and gratuity rules for conducting government business. Review of Sales/Marketing materials for contractual and regulatory compliance.

The candidate should have a U.S. law degree and admission to at least one State Bar. Must have 7+ years of transactional contracting experience as an attorney with a government agency, in-house legal department and/or law firm. Familiarity with telecommunications industry a plus. Must have excellent communication and negotiation skills; ability to handle quick turnarounds and work effectively with Sales teams and cross-functional subject matter experts. Strong oral and written communication skills, as well as outstanding organizational and analytical skills required.
 
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Corporate Secretary And Assistant General Counsel
Refer job# ILQO162223
 
Corporate Secretary and Assistant General Counsel Responsibilities: Manage logistics of annual meeting of shareholders; prepare and coordinate mailing of proxy materials. Communicate directly with shareholders on annual meeting-related and other issues with respect to stock records. Monitor compliance with corporate governance-related state, federal and other regulations, including by filing required director and executive officer stock transaction disclosures. Provide advice and guidance to the Nominating/Corporate Governance Committee of the Board regarding current issues and trends in the corporate governance space. Create, maintain, distribute and retain official records of the Corporation and its subsidiaries. Responsible for formation, qualification and dissolution of various corporate entities. Maintain database of subsidiaries. Serve as member and secretary of the Benefits Administration Committee. Serve as secretary of Conserve to Preserve Foundation and NJNG Charity. Prepare the annual and interim written affirmations to be filed with the NYSE. Prepare board minutes and corporate resolutions. Draft and file the annual proxy statement and any other required proxy statements. Act as Plan Administrator for director and officer deferral accounts. Review and post materials for Board meetings and maintain web portal used for Board communications. Establish accounts with transfer agent for stock awards to directors and officers upon grant and coordinate distribution of stock awards upon vesting. Provide oversight to Assistant General Counsel with negotiation of financing arrangements with our lenders and investors and provide ongoing advice with respect to our existing debt and financial commitments. Draft various company policies and procedures, primarily with respect to corporate governance and administration of stock awards. Assist the General Counsel in preparing SEC and NYSE filings, including reports on Forms 8-K, 10-Q and 10-K, as well as earnings releases and financial statements; provide advice and counsel on SEC and NYSE regulations. Manage outside counsel as necessary. Assist the General Counsel with corporate governance issues. Assist the General Counsel and Human Resources with executive compensation issues, including the preparation of equity award agreements. Complete other projects as assigned by the General Counsel.

Qualifications: JD Degree with a license to practice law in New Jersey required. 10+ years experience in the legal field required. Five years experience in a public company with knowledge of federal and state securities laws, corporate organizations and practices.. Experience in negotiating, preparing and reviewing complex agreements and financial instruments and with SEC or NYSE regulatory issues is desired. Must be detail oriented and able to mediate and achieve consensus among different groups. Requires excellent verbal and written communication skills. Proficiency in Microsoft Word; knowledge of Excel and Diligent Board software a plus.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# KBJR162109
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Be a part of a team that provides day-to-day legal support to all aspects of investment team and operations. Review, negotiate, and manage the various agreements, including transactional documentation, trading agreements, buyer representation letters, confidentiality agreements, as well as technology and other corporate agreements. Support the asset recovery services of the firm related to distressed investments. Offer legal counsel to promote compliance with applicable laws and regulations and respond to regulatory inquiries and examinations. Interpret, analyze, and provide guidance on major regulatory reforms and partner with the Compliance Department on compliance initiatives. Sustain an awareness of existing and proposed regulatory initiatives, industry trends and best practices.

Qualifications: An excellent academic background, including JD Degree from a well-respected law school. 3+ years of relevant experience as an attorney while working at a leading law firm, in-house, or both. Strong knowledge of the regulatory framework governing investment advisers ?including the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, the Securities Act of 1933, and other relevant laws and regulations ?is preferred. Exposure to ERISA, commodities regulation, registered mutual funds, private commingled investment vehicles, and UCITS funds is a plus. Desirable: Proactive, energetic, and pragmatic approach to business and legal issues that is oriented toward finding solutions. Excellent communication skills, including the ability to distill and explain technical and/or complex matters to non-lawyers. Influence and presence to gain credibility with and the respect of key internal and external constituencies, including his/he manager, colleagues and senior business leaders. Willingness to learn new areas of law, especially asset management and regulatory.. Active listening skills, including the ability to attend to the concerns of senior managers and business leaders. Strong team orientation; values and emphasizes cooperation and teamwork across functional areas. Ability to handle multiple tasks, take on new responsibilities and prioritize work in a deadline intensive environment. Attention to detail. Ethical nature, with the highest standards of integrity.
 
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Director, Commercial Transactions Corporate Counsel
Refer job# UKAK162113
 
Director, Commercial Transactions Corporate Counsel Duties: Negotiating commercial contracts with our customers, many of which are represented by top law firms. Addressing legal queries from business teams across various aspects of the law, the contract, and the customer relationship, including compliance, intellectual property, privacy, litigation, and employment. Collaborating with fellow attorneys to develop and maintain templates, playbooks, contracting policies, negotiation practices, and escalation procedures. Either work as an assigned vertical attorney or work in a broader role for multiple verticals.

Qualifications: Licensed attorney with 7+ years of expertise in commercial transactions, with both large law firm and in-house experience. Experience in a wide variety of contract drafting and negotiations, preferably representing a client without significant contracting leverage. Prior exposure to IT outsourcing is a major plus. Exposure to master service agreements, software-as-a-service agreements, or other commercial agreements with complex intellectual property, licensing, privacy, indemnity, and liability issues. Enjoy working in a rapidly changing and diverse environment and be comfortable navigating through ambiguous situations. Commitment to promoting an ethical workplace culture and supporting compliance processes and programs. The ability to work efficiently, meet demanding deadlines in a fast-paced environment, prioritize work, and adjust to frequent workload fluctuations across multiple time zones.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# QQMP162133
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Provide legal advice and support for the most critical Treasury functions relating to financing Group operations by and through capital market transactions involving the US and Canada. 144A financing, smaller unsecured bonds, asset backed securitizations (i.e., leases, retail installment contracts, and floorplan loans), European medium-term notes, currency and interest rate swaps and derivatives, hedges, syndications, commercial paper, American Depository Receipts, and general treasury work. Be an expert on US securities laws and regulations (e.g., Sections 144A and 10(b)(5) of the Securities Exchange Act), the Dodd-Frank Act, Regulation ABII, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, capital markets transactions, and e-contracts. These financial transactions can exceed one billion dollars and serve as an important funding source for Group operations and involves serving as the leader of cross functional teams. Provide legal advice on internal control systems; Provide legal advice to the Executive Board, the Executive Committee, Senior Managers, and other Group companies and their management in and outside of the US and Canada. Provide legal advice to all business units within. Deals with and provides legal advice to managers at the grade level of Department Manager or higher more than 50% of the time; Provide legal advice on corporate governance; Handle, negotiate, and provide legal advice and lead cross functional teams on, multimillion dollar commercial stock and/or asset transactions. The legal worked involved is likely to include venture capital investment transactions, as well as related commercial contracts; Handle audit letters and corporate internal audit reports. Preparing letters to be issued by the Vice President of Legal Affairs and General Counsel to outside auditors on behalf of Group companies and edit and respond to corporate internal audit reports; Draft, edit, and coordinate work on company policies, procedures, and guidelines and provide related legal advice; Responsible as Legal Department's location's point person for legal compliance with Compliance organization, advise Executive Board and Executive Committee, the boards and committees of other Group companies, and members of management of Group companies on legal compliance, compliance training, and counseling compliance responsibles on completing Group compliance reports and questionnaires; Negotiate, review, and approve contracts; Make all strategic and significant decisions with respect to litigation, non-litigation, and legislative legal matters and direct and supervise the work performed by partners, associates, and paralegals at law firms, experts, legislative counsel, lobbyists, vendors, suppliers, Alternate Dispute Resolution providers, and other third parties in handling legal matters. In total, this involves the active management of numerous entities and/or people at all times; Control budgets and handle matters in a cost effective manner to achieve budget targets; Train and mentor other in-house lawyers on matters for which they have expertise. Also supervise, train, and mentor in-house paralegals and manage the work that they perform; Back up other lawyers and coordinate the handling of matters with other Group lawyers in and outside and other related duties/projects as required; and Other duties as the need arises.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university. JD degree from an accredited law school. A member of the bar association in at least one jurisdiction in the US. Licensed to practice law in New Jersey (this could include obtaining a license to practice in-house based on being a member of the bar of a state outside of New Jersey). 5+ years of legal experience. Expertise in securities laws and regulations and the Securities and Exchange Commission. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Excellent negotiation skills. Must be able to use Microsoft Office, Lexis/Nexis, and Westlaw. Preferences: Prior legal experience with another motor vehicle distributor or manufacturer is desired. Job ID: 2100030U
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# RSQW161937
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Partner with cross-department stakeholders including business affairs, finance, customer service, communications and other teams to advise on risks and issues involving a wide range of legal areas. Structure and draft a variety of agreements. Work closely with internal stakeholders to update and implement policies and procedures. Manage internal and external escalations. Anticipate sources of abuse and working with cross-functional teams to develop mitigation strategies.

Qualifications: Strong academic credentials including a JD degree and membership in good standing in at least one state Bar. 5+ years of legal experience (with several years at a leading law firm or in-house at a leading corporation). Preferred Qualifications: Excellent communication and writing skills. Attention to detail and proven ability to manage multiple, competing priorities simultaneously. Ability to demonstrate sound judgement in ambiguous situations. Ability to effectively collaborate and build relationships with attorneys and business leaders throughout the organization. Enthusiasm and appreciation for the indie publishing community and brand and products as a leader in the audio spoken word landscape.
 
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Director, Corporate Counsel
Refer job# YQFA161817
 
Director, Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Provide Legal support for Market Access (MA), Major focus is on Government Price Reporting and HHS Fraud and Abuse Issues. Draft, review and manage a variety of contracts and agreements including public and private payers, specialty pharmacy contracts, value-based contracts, PBMs, GPOs. Provide guidance to multi-functional teams to ensure compliance with company policies and legal/regulatory requirements. Perform other legal, administrative and corporate duties upon request Take responsibility for providing specific elements of the organization's legal service with guidance from senior colleagues. Analyze specific problems and issues to find the best solutions. Solutions could be technical or professional in nature. Contribute to the drafting of policies, procedures, and related guidelines within an area of expertise to meet defined key principles and ensure compliance with external requirements. Contribute to the management of partnering relationships with internal clients, building effective working relationships and providing high-quality professional services to support in delivering business strategy and plans. Respond to personal objectives and use performance management systems to improve personal performance. OR Monitor the performance of the team; allocate work and review completion, take appropriate corrective action to ensure timeliness and quality; contribute to formal individual performance management and appraisal. Advise others on how to design new processes and systems that meet professional standards. Resolve queries from internal or external customers or suppliers by providing information on complex processes and the related policies, referring to others where necessary for interpretation of policy. Develop and/or deliver a plan for significant aspects of a research program with guidance from senior colleagues. Analyze, assess, and quantify the risks associated with products/individual applications/business activities/the market to determine whether any risk is within the agreed risk appetite. Undertake tactical risk modeling.

Qualifications: JD Degree or equivalent degree required. 5+ years of relevant experience as an attorney in the pharmaceutical industry or at a firm advising pharmaceutical clients on pricing. Experience & demonstrated ability to collaborate, build and sustain effective partnerships with multicultural key stakeholders and project teams. Previous law firm experience preferred. Experience of managing external service providers preferred.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# JDTZ161731
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Serves as the primary legal advisor point person for one or more internal business customers and/or products and/or compounds and/or other legal matters. Provide comprehensive legal support to the various business customers/functions and/or products/compounds, regarding all contracts, vendors, projects, advertising/promotion, training materials, program design, clinical studies or documentation for clinical trials, etc. Assigned to support various legal matters (e.g., legal projects, etc. or litigation related matters, or aspects/projects of litigation, claims, such as third-party subpoenas, etc.). Prepares and provides legal review of Company documents such as contracts and correspondence (e.g., to regulatory agencies and clinical study sites) related to Company products and/or compounds, including providing legal guidance memos, both independently and for review, approval, and use by management and/or business customers. Independently negotiates contract language and other issues with third parties (vendors, etc.). Creates corporate policies. procedures and/or instructions, as assigned, and/or provides legal review of such documents under the supervision of their management. Monitors current developments in several key legal areas, as assigned, and provides Legal Affairs colleagues and assigned business customers, when requested, with updates regarding same.

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree from 4-year College or University of recognized standing required. JD Degree from Law School of recognized standing required. Admission to NJ Bar and/or qualification for NJ limited in-house license (with reciprocal Bar Admission in another state) required. Experience Qualifications. 4 or More Years post-law school experience preferred. 1+ Years pharmaceutical or biotech industry experience, particularly in contracting and FDA regulatory issues preferred. 1+ Years prior experience on specific business customers within pharmaceutical industry (e.g., IT, Medical Affairs, Sales/Marketing, Managed Markets, Pharmacovigilance, Supply Chain, Compliance, Quality Assurance, pharma-specific litigation issues, promotional brand review, etc.) preferred. Relevant in-house corporate and/or litigation experience. Experience in oncology therapeutic area is a plus. preferred.
 
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