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VP Corporate Attorney: Data Strategy, Transactions and Solutions

New York City NY VP Corporate Attorney: Data Strategy, Transactions and Solutions Responsibilities: Work with senior attorneys and business team members to evaluate, analyze and frame challenges. Support the business development and product development processes by providing key inputs and advice, particularly with respect to the analysis of critical data dependencies that impact technology and platform development, core innovation, model development and investment operations. Analyze, present and advise legal and business teams on corporate and business law issues as well as commercial and operational risk management. Structure, draft and negotiate inbound data license arrangements with a wide range of providers with the ability to think through problems beyond the immediate transaction. Work collaboratively with the broader Solutions legal team by sharing knowledge, seeking connectivity, and relating your specific area of expertise to the group s broader business contribution. Understand and help business teams execute on their data-driven strategies, including by developing a working understanding of technology environments, data deployment, and evaluating how specific data needs reconcile with broader data strategies.

Requirements: JD Degree with 3+ years of experience, preferably at a major law firm (secondment experience a plus) or in-house at a corporate legal department. Experience in, or demonstrated intellectual curiosity about investment management and wealth management industry, financial modeling technology, platform technologies and use of data and data science in the delivery of hosted, cloud-based, web and mobile solutions. Strong analytical, communication and organizational capabilities, typically drawn from corporate transactional, contracts negotiation and/or commercial transaction experience, preferably with background in licensing and intellectual property related matters. Ability to work in a fast-paced and business-oriented environment with business groups, learn business requirements quickly, analyze legal and commercial risks and propose creative, business-oriented solutions. Ability to interact directly with internal business managers and subject matter experts to address the needs of a strategic business initiatives in a thoughtful and practical manner. Working understanding of asset and investment management business, technology platforms, information technology systems and financial markets. Ability to effectively integrate with a global team of highly collaborative and collegial attorneys, and to assess, calibrate, communicate and handle evolving priorities in a dynamic and intellectually stimulating environment.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-16

Corporate Vice President, Assistant General Counsel, Annuities And Variable Life Products Group

New York City NY Corporate Vice President, Assistant General Counsel, Annuities and Variable Life Products Group Duties: Provide legal counsel to Life & Long Term Care, Advanced Markets Network and Retail Annuities for variable universal life insurance, bank-owned life insurance ( BOLI ), corporate-owned life insurance ( COLI ) and variable annuity product development (e.g., reviewing design documents and policy forms, negotiating participation agreements, negotiating intracompany agreements, preparing/amending separate account plans of operations, drafting prospectuses and filing registration statements and related correspondence with the SEC). Provide legal counsel to Life & Long Term Care, Advanced Markets Network, Retail Annuities, Corporate Compliance, Office of Governmental Affairs, Corporate Financial Department and Service for existing variable product (including COLI and BOLI) administration (e.g., sales material, service issues, regulatory developments, financial statement disclosure issues, policy owner complaints, product enhancements, and annual and semi-annual reports). Revise and maintain registration statements and prospectuses for existing variable products (e.g., prepare and file prospectus supplements and annual updates to the variable universal life, COLI and variable annuity prospectuses). Advise on structuring private placement VUL, including negotiation of hedge fund offerings, including preparation of offering documents for the same. Provide advice with respect to regulatory developments (state or federal) that could impact variable universal life, COLI, BOLI and variable or fixed annuity products, including participation in industry group discussions.

Qualifications: JD Degree. Admitted to the New York Bar. 3+ years relevant experience in law firm and/or corporate law department. Demonstrated expertise in variable universal life, variable annuity, and fixed products is preferred. Strong oral communication, writing and client facing skills.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-16

Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Corporate Counsel The candidate will assist with contracting for firm's Innovative Health brand and firm's Essential Health Patient branded aspects of HUB (organizations that assist patients with access and reimbursement for firm's medications) interactions with the field account management teams and field based reimbursement teams or other ancillary roles that interact with patients or patient advocacy groups within the rare disease space. Will assist with contracting for and implementation of HUB vendors for brand funded activities e.g., portal development, eSignature capabilities, text messaging and/or integration with field based roles, plus assisting with review and implementation of Program business rules/rules of engagement guidance and compliance with such business rules; assist with trade distribution agreement preparations/implementation; and assist with government price reporting for various federal price reporting metrics. In addition to contract review and negotiations, assist with implementation of the legal oversight of HUB, and interaction with such Programs amongst brands and with implementation/integration with field sales/account management with respect to such programs. Integrate with Corporate Affairs and SAS COE clients to support appropriate operations with respect to brand funded HUB, programs and ensure compliance with the recommendations from recent settlements and with firm's Compliance Program. Also be responsible for assisting with proactive compliance effectiveness reviews, coordinating with outside law firms that are engaged to conduct such reviews, and supporting the ongoing development and enhancement of brand funding of such Programs and internal policies and procedures to satisfy evolving industry and regulatory compliance requirements within the space in the US. With respect to trade distribution agreements, the individual will need a working knowledge of the differences amongst the various drug distribution channels, e.g., full line vs. specialty distribution and the buy and sell side dynamics of wholesalers and distributors and the various business lines that these customers are engaged. Report to the Assistant General Counsel, CSP Legal who participates in negotiating and drafting agreements for brand funding of HUB vendors and integration with field based sales, account management and reimbursement support. Significant coordination with firm's Compliance colleagues, senior leaders, CSP Legal colleagues, business team leaders within the U.S. Trade Organization and external parties such as outside counsel and third party vendors to address program requirements and reporting on HUB interactions. Skilled at navigating complex matrix organizations in order to effectively communicate and coordinate with business unit subject matter experts and regional level national account directors/managers and field sales colleagues. Expand enterprise legal support to implement additional controls and oversight in the area of brand funding of HUB activities. Draft and revise contractual provisions and implement brand funded HUB activities, such as portal development, eSignature capabilities, text messaging and/or integration with field based roles, plus assisting with review and implementation of appropriate Program business rules and compliance with such business rules for the above activities and assist with enhancement of corporate policy updates, including training and monitoring. Support all aspects of marketing and operations with respect to such brand-funded HUB activities. Provide centralized review and coordination of brand funded HUB activities with those supported by other team members within CSP Legal that support other HUB and reimbursement activities. Provide counsel and implementation support for legal updates for government funded healthcare programs and price reporting metrics along with other CSP Legal colleagues. Support Specialty Access Solutions Center of Excellence with implementation of compliance monitoring and periodic training on evolving issues within the product access space. Prepare and manage preparation of rules of engagement documents and reports on brand-funded HUB activities and integration with field based sales/account management or other ancillary roles that interact with patients or patient advocacy groups within the rare disease space, and participate in activities related to oversight of the Compliance Program as it related to brand funded HUB activities and the rules of engagement with such HUBs by sales/account management or other ancillary roles that interact with patients or patient advocacy groups within the rare disease space. Assist with brand funded HUB program activities, systems, controls and reporting on such programs for the U.S., including: Advising stakeholders on the applicability of federal healthcare requirements relevant to their business activities. Managing contracting and engagement with Drug Safety Unit for CEP program implementation to assure appropriate reporting of adverse events by HUB vendor personnel who are performing services for and on behalf of firm's. Advise on the applicability of federal healthcare regulatory requirements and implications on business activities. Develop and present training related to HUB interactions with sales/account management or other ancillary roles that interact with patients or patient advocacy groups within the rare disease space. Coordinate with Legal and Compliance colleagues to enhance policies and systems controls to address compliance risk areas; interpreting laws, regulations and policies relating to brand-funded HUB activities. Draft and coordinate on preparation of compliance-related reports and presentations for firm's senior management and the Regulatory and Compliance Committee of the Board of Directors related to brand-funded HUB activities. Partner with Compliance to comply with imminent obligations. Provide enhanced oversight, monitoring, SOP development, training related to brand funded HUB activities. Support certification and RAMP process related to brand funded HUB activities. Provide input and expertise to IRO related to brand funded HUB activities. Assist with implementation of changes in regulations in Medicaid, Medicare, 340B and other government programs that are creating complex government price reporting obligations. Work with the trade business colleagues to draft, negotiate and implement distribution agreements with wholesalers and distributors for the PIH and PEH business units.

The candidate should have BS or BA degree. JD degree (and admission to practice law in United States) required. Must have 12-14 years practicing law or experience in risk management/ compliance in the pharmaceutical or healthcare industry including significant experience with drafting and negotiating contracts and government price reporting. Experience negotiating and/or managing programs related to service agreements under the personal services safe harbor to the anti-kickback statute and regulations and significant experience with US healthcare laws required. Must have understanding of healthcare-related laws and regulations and industry standards required, including the government price reporting under various Medicaid, Medicare, 340B programs, federal false claims act, federal anti-kickback statement, OIG regulations and guidance and pharmacovigilance issues. Deadline : 2/16/2018.
Legal 12 - 14 Full-time 2018-02-14

Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Corporate Counsel The candidate will assist with implementation of the legal oversight of SPP interactions to ensure compliance with the recommendations from recent settlements including: creation of dash board that compares services discounting by product per SPP (esp. those that are payer owned); routine monitoring of Quarterly Business Reviews with Specialty pharmacy to ensure performance to the contract; review of Specialty pharmacy initiative at least annually by Compliance; and Specialty Access Solutions Center Of Excellence (SAS COE) working on centralized place to house contracts, business rationale forms and then updates to SAS COE policy that will be required by Firm s Compliance Program. Will be responsible for assisting with proactive compliance effectiveness reviews, coordinating with outside law firms that are engaged to conduct such reviews, and supporting the ongoing development and enhancement of adherence programs and internal policies and procedures to satisfy evolving industry and regulatory compliance requirements within the specialty pharmacy space in the US. Navigating complex matrix organizations in order to effectively communicate and coordinate with business unit subject matter experts and regional level national account directors. Assist with specialty pharmacy adherence program activities, systems, controls and reporting on specialty pharmacy adherence programs for the U.S., including: Advising stakeholders on the applicability of federal healthcare requirements relevant to their business activities. Managing contracting and engagement with Drug Safety Unit for CEP program implementation to assure appropriate reporting of adverse events by specialty pharmacy personnel who are performing services for and on behalf of Firm. Collaborating with outside counsel to develop legal perspectives on elements of specialty pharmacy adherence programs. Drafting and negotiating agreements with vendors, contractors, and other parties to ensure compliance obligations are met. Prepare and manage preparation of reports on SAS COE and participate in activities related to oversight of Firm s Compliance Program as it related to specialty pharmacy. Ensure continued compliance with SAS COE policies and procedures. Advise on the applicability of federal healthcare regulatory requirements and implications on business activities. Develop and present training related to specialty pharmacy activities. Coordinate with Legal and Compliance colleagues to enhance policies and systems controls to address compliance risk areas; interpreting laws, regulations and policies relating to SAS COE areas. Draft and coordinate on preparation of compliance-related reports and presentations for Firm senior management and the Regulatory and Compliance Committee of the Board of Directors related to specialty pharmacy programs.

The candidate must have 12-14 years practicing law or experience in risk management/ compliance in the pharmaceutical or healthcare industry including significant experience with drafting and negotiating contracts. Should have BS or BA degree. JD degree (and admission to practice law in United States) is required. Experience negotiating and/or managing programs related to service agreements under the personal services safe harbor to the anti-kickback statute and regulations and significant experience with US healthcare laws is needed. Understanding of healthcare-related laws and regulations and industry standards required, including the federal false claims act, federal anti-kickback statement, OIG regulations and guidance and pharmacovigilance issues is must. Strong interpersonal skills to work with others within and outside the Company to identify and manage compliance risks are necessary. Deadline: 2/16/2018
Legal 12 - 14 Full-time 2018-02-13

Vice President Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Vice President Corporate Counsel The candidate will report directly to the SVP and be responsible for firm's employment law and litigation matters. Will partner closely with firm's Human Resources department and leaders across the organization. Provide legal counsel and strategic advice to the firm on employment law and related matters, human resources policies, procedures, agreements and other documentation related to human resources and workforce management. Provide counsel and direction related to areas of recruiting, hiring, performance, discipline and separations, internal investigations, leaves of absence, employee relations, discrimination, harassment, workplace privacy, wage and hour compliance, restrictive covenant compliance, contingent and temporary worker matters, and employment matters risk management, among others. Serve as the subject matter authority in all areas of federal and state (including California) employment laws, including Title VII, FMLA, ADA, FLSA, ADEA, WARN and OSHA, among others. Ensure compliance with all applicable federal, state and local employment practices laws, rules and regulations. Conduct internal investigations in respect of allegations of violations of company policies and employment laws, interpreting and providing guidance on employment-related contract provisions, ensuring restrictive covenant compliance, drafting and negotiating a variety of employment-related agreements, and responding to all manner of inquiries from management and HR relating to employment matters daily, among other activities. Monitor and assess the impact of legal and regulatory developments and implementation trends at a state and federal level. Counsel management and HR on new or pending federal and state legislation, laws, rules and regulations. Provide substantive support for the rest of the Legal team as needed, including strategic transactions. Engage in or lead various other Legal projects and duties as needed.

The candidate should be licensed to practice law and a member in good standing in the state/jurisdiction. Must have 5 years of recent, meaningful and broad employment litigation experience, as well as significant advice and counsel experience in a major law firm, large in-house setting or equivalent. Proven knowledge of state and federal employment discrimination and other employment-related statutes, as well as common law employment claims required. Experience handling full range of employment issues, including performance management, employee discipline, termination, severance, workplace investigations, policy development, employment agreements, FLSA, FMLA, wage and hour issues, workplace accommodations, applications, training, and incentive pay is needed. Strong organizational skills and ability to handle high volume and balance opposing demands required. Excellent oral and written communication skills required. Experience advising and working on mergers, acquisitions and other transactions preferred.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-13

Part-time Assistant Corporate Counsel

Depew NY Part-time Assistant Corporate Counsel The candidate works with the General Counsel with respect to due diligence, planning and implementation relative to all legal compliance matters, including domestic and international laws, rules and regulations. Develops and provides training to organization and distribution network on legal matters relevant to firm s business. Works together with the General Counsel and Export Control and Contracts Manager, helps to ensure the timely review, execution and administration of s contractual commitments with its customers (domestic and international) in support of firm objectives. Provides support with respect to legal and contracting activities for the Company s ongoing and new business opportunities. This position will also work with the General Counsel on specific projects and various day-to-day activities relating to the legal function of the Company and its ongoing business matters.Promotes teamwork, cooperation and commitment to Total Customer Satisfaction among team members. Assist the General Counsel with all legal matters impacting the Company, including: drafting and negotiation of commercial contracts, including, without limitation, international distributor agreements, non-disclosure agreements, terms and conditions of sale/purchase of goods and equipment, and various other contracts; general corporate compliance matters; reviewing and advising human resources personnel and company management regarding labor and employment matters; oversight of patent and trademark portfolios; reviewing and assisting with management of intellectual property infringement issues; conducting due diligence and assisting with drafting and negotiation of merger and acquisition agreements and ancillary documentation; management of outside legal counsel with respect to any projects/matters on which they are engaged by the Company and review, research and provide guidance to Company management relative to all governmental laws, rules and regulations impacting the Company. Assists General Counsel and Export Control and Contracts Manager with review of firm s export compliance program and oversight of firm s compliance with all laws and regulations concerning global trade, exports, imports and penalties of law concerning global trade, exports, imports and related matters that fall under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Government. Works with General Counsel and outside legal counsel relative to any litigation and dispute resolution matters. Works with the General Counsel and Export Control and Contracts Manager to establish, implement and monitor contracts which support the company's near and long term business strategies, including aerospace and defense, GSA/ government, and other customer contracts. Assists with review and approval of customer and supplier sale and purchase contracts, balancing protection of the Company with achievement of the Company s operating plan, achieving Total Customer Satisfaction, and providing value to the business. Works with General Counsel to protect firm s confidential and proprietary information and intellectual property interests by assisting with the drafting, review and negotiation of appropriate contract Terms and Conditions and Non-Disclosure and Proprietary Information Agreements, and by monitoring usage of firm s trademarks and copyrights by third parties. Helps to ensure compliance with contractual obligations for price, delivery, quality and performance by reviewing bids, purchase orders and proposals to ensure that they meet company policy, legal requirements, and customer specifications. Helps to ensure proper internal flow down of contractual obligations and requirements throughout firm and its suppliers. Responds to customer requests for representations and certifications, surveys and other requests for information. Assists with review of contractual rights and obligations and providing interpretation of terms and conditions. Represents firm in all assigned matters with a high level of competence, professionalism, integrity and credibility. Together with General Counsel, review U.S. and international laws, rules and regulations and implement and monitor compliance with legal compliance program (including, without limitation, ITAR, EAR, REACH, WEE, CE Compliance, etc.). Helps to ensure that customer-related transactions are conducted with appropriate levels of adequate control, review and approval as required by company procedure and/or applicable regulation or law. Assists with preparation, monitoring and maintaining customer and legal correspondence and documented records of all agreements and contract revisions. Researches applicable laws and regulations and help to keep firm abreast of any governmental requirements affecting contracts and agreements.

The candidate should have attorney or Bar Eligible/Admission Pending with 2-4 years experience in a corporate law firm/department or in-house corporate legal department is needed. Should have JD degree with emphasis on corporate/commercial/contract law preferred. Experience or knowledge of corporate and contract law is required. Experience in a law firm/corporate department or in-house corporate legal department is preferred. Corporate and contract law 1+ year is needed. Should have in-house corporate legal department 2 years. Attorney or Bar Eligible/Admission Pending is needed.
Legal 2 - 4 Part_time 2018-02-13

Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Corporate Counsel The candidate will play a key role in supporting salesforce.com s Latin American and U.S. Sales and Professional Services organizations in structuring commercial transactions and drafting and negotiating commercial agreements for our customers. Negotiate and draft master subscription agreements, professional services agreements and other types of agreements with customers in support of Latin American and U.S. Sales and Professional Services organizations. Partner with revenue recognition, sales operations, technology operations, and other stakeholder teams to ensure agreements are consistent with internal corporate policies and processes. Partner with Sales and other internal business constituents throughout the customer lifecycle to ensure customer success and protection of firm. Ensure negotiations are conducted in line with core values of trust a and transparency. Should have 8+ years combined experience in law firm and/or in-house legal department including experience negotiating and drafting technology license/Internet service agreements and professional services agreements. Must have Undergraduate degree and a law degree from highly regarded schools. Admission to the Bar in one or more states is required. Spoken and written fluency in English and Spanish and at least conversant in Portuguese is needed. Excellent written/verbal communication and negotiation skills is must. Familiarity with, or willingness to learn, technical concepts in Web applications is essential. Sound and practical business judgment is required. Substantive expertise in software as a service transactions is preferred. Substantive experience with CRM, platform and marketing services agreements is desired. Substantial experience in supporting sales departments as an internal client is a plus. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-12

Legal - Assistant General Counsel - Corporate and Investment Bank

New York City NY Legal - Assistant General Counsel - Corporate and Investment Bank The candidate will be responsible for working with business, risk, compliance and finance partners, as well as the broker-dealer s primary regulators, to assist in obtaining required approvals in order to conduct non-traditional brokerage activities, such as derivatives. Provides primary legal support for the broker-dealer in its role as a Securities Based Swap Dealer and all of its activities in swaps and derivatives. Must have 10+ years of experience practicing law post-JD. Should have 10 years experience at a law firm and/or in-house legal department at a large bank or other financial services company with demonstrated experience managing increasingly complex matters. Experience in the investment management and securities brokerage industries, specifically including knowledge of the Securities Act, Securities Exchange Act, Investment Advisers Act of 1940, Investment Company Act and FINRA regulations is essential. Should have JD or educational equivalent degree. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-10

Counsel, Corporate Legal Affairs

New York City NY Counsel, Corporate Legal Affairs The candidate will provide general legal support for firm s corporate staff divisions; provide primary transactional legal support for firm s Sourcing Department; also provide transactional legal support for HR, Finance, Corporate Communications, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Corporate Events units within the Corporate Staff division. Provide transactional legal support for certain of Universal Studios on-lot departments, such as Archives, Production Services, and Post-Production Services. Negotiate and close commercial transactions and draft agreements for the purchasing and/or licensing of diverse types of commodities and services, including equipment, professional/consulting services, data, content, and telecommunications services. Create and update forms. Manage a high volume of renewals, terminations and amendments for various contracts. Counsel clients on interpretations of contracts, and provide legal advice regarding contractual rights and obligations. Ensure consistent application of company-wide best practices in areas such as IT security, privacy, and insurance. Must have Law degree and member of New York bar or other U.S. State Bar. Should have 5+ years of related experience at law firm or comparable in-house position. Experience at a nationally recognized law firm is preferred. Outstanding analytic, communication and organizational skills, including excellent drafting and negotiation skills is desired. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-10

Legal - Assistant General Counsel - Wholesale and Corporate Litigation

New York City NY Legal - Assistant General Counsel - Wholesale and Corporate Litigation The candidate will work independently and with outside counsel to represent the Firm in contested matters, as well as provide advice on a broad range of other matters and issues. JD degree and member of the New York Bar. Should have 2-5 years of litigation experience in complex commercial matters in New York state and federal courts, with significant experience in financial services industry disputes. Knowledge of and experience with complex financial products and services is essential. Knowledge of current developments in banking and securities law, commercial law, and other law relevant to the client covered areas, and in State and Federal court practice is essential. Outstanding organizational and project management skills with the ability to manage multiple complex matters simultaneously is essential. Attorney must be licensed to practice law and a member in good standing in in the state/jurisdiction in which the position is based or otherwise in compliance with the in-house counsel registration rules of that state/jurisdiction is essential. Should have 5+ years of experience practicing law. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-09
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Deputy General Counsel
In-House,Center for NYC Neighborhoods
Location : New York City New York United States

This is an exciting opportunity for an entrepreneurial, mission-driven professional with a legal, compliance and program development background to have a meaningful impact on a rapidly growing organization.   Working with the General Counsel, Exec... + read more

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Legal - Assistant General Counsel - Corporate and Investment Bank
In-House,JPMorgan Chase & Co,
Location : New York City, NY, United States

Legal - Assistant General Counsel - Corporate and Investment Bank The candidate will be responsible for working with business, risk, compliance and finance partners, as well as the broker-dealer?s primary regulators, to assist in obtaining required ... + read more

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VP Corporate Attorney: Data Strategy, Transactions and Solutions
Refer job# BFHX137697
 
VP Corporate Attorney: Data Strategy, Transactions and Solutions Responsibilities: Work with senior attorneys and business team members to evaluate, analyze and frame challenges. Support the business development and product development processes by providing key inputs and advice, particularly with respect to the analysis of critical data dependencies that impact technology and platform development, core innovation, model development and investment operations. Analyze, present and advise legal and business teams on corporate and business law issues as well as commercial and operational risk management. Structure, draft and negotiate inbound data license arrangements with a wide range of providers with the ability to think through problems beyond the immediate transaction. Work collaboratively with the broader Solutions legal team by sharing knowledge, seeking connectivity, and relating your specific area of expertise to the group s broader business contribution. Understand and help business teams execute on their data-driven strategies, including by developing a working understanding of technology environments, data deployment, and evaluating how specific data needs reconcile with broader data strategies.

Requirements: JD Degree with 3+ years of experience, preferably at a major law firm (secondment experience a plus) or in-house at a corporate legal department. Experience in, or demonstrated intellectual curiosity about investment management and wealth management industry, financial modeling technology, platform technologies and use of data and data science in the delivery of hosted, cloud-based, web and mobile solutions. Strong analytical, communication and organizational capabilities, typically drawn from corporate transactional, contracts negotiation and/or commercial transaction experience, preferably with background in licensing and intellectual property related matters. Ability to work in a fast-paced and business-oriented environment with business groups, learn business requirements quickly, analyze legal and commercial risks and propose creative, business-oriented solutions. Ability to interact directly with internal business managers and subject matter experts to address the needs of a strategic business initiatives in a thoughtful and practical manner. Working understanding of asset and investment management business, technology platforms, information technology systems and financial markets. Ability to effectively integrate with a global team of highly collaborative and collegial attorneys, and to assess, calibrate, communicate and handle evolving priorities in a dynamic and intellectually stimulating environment.
 
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Corporate Vice President, Assistant General Counsel, Annuities And Variable Life Products Group
Refer job# RDRJ137700
 
Corporate Vice President, Assistant General Counsel, Annuities and Variable Life Products Group Duties: Provide legal counsel to Life & Long Term Care, Advanced Markets Network and Retail Annuities for variable universal life insurance, bank-owned life insurance ( BOLI ), corporate-owned life insurance ( COLI ) and variable annuity product development (e.g., reviewing design documents and policy forms, negotiating participation agreements, negotiating intracompany agreements, preparing/amending separate account plans of operations, drafting prospectuses and filing registration statements and related correspondence with the SEC). Provide legal counsel to Life & Long Term Care, Advanced Markets Network, Retail Annuities, Corporate Compliance, Office of Governmental Affairs, Corporate Financial Department and Service for existing variable product (including COLI and BOLI) administration (e.g., sales material, service issues, regulatory developments, financial statement disclosure issues, policy owner complaints, product enhancements, and annual and semi-annual reports). Revise and maintain registration statements and prospectuses for existing variable products (e.g., prepare and file prospectus supplements and annual updates to the variable universal life, COLI and variable annuity prospectuses). Advise on structuring private placement VUL, including negotiation of hedge fund offerings, including preparation of offering documents for the same. Provide advice with respect to regulatory developments (state or federal) that could impact variable universal life, COLI, BOLI and variable or fixed annuity products, including participation in industry group discussions.

Qualifications: JD Degree. Admitted to the New York Bar. 3+ years relevant experience in law firm and/or corporate law department. Demonstrated expertise in variable universal life, variable annuity, and fixed products is preferred. Strong oral communication, writing and client facing skills.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# JKBU137658
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will assist with contracting for firm's Innovative Health brand and firm's Essential Health Patient branded aspects of HUB (organizations that assist patients with access and reimbursement for firm's medications) interactions with the field account management teams and field based reimbursement teams or other ancillary roles that interact with patients or patient advocacy groups within the rare disease space. Will assist with contracting for and implementation of HUB vendors for brand funded activities e.g., portal development, eSignature capabilities, text messaging and/or integration with field based roles, plus assisting with review and implementation of Program business rules/rules of engagement guidance and compliance with such business rules; assist with trade distribution agreement preparations/implementation; and assist with government price reporting for various federal price reporting metrics. In addition to contract review and negotiations, assist with implementation of the legal oversight of HUB, and interaction with such Programs amongst brands and with implementation/integration with field sales/account management with respect to such programs. Integrate with Corporate Affairs and SAS COE clients to support appropriate operations with respect to brand funded HUB, programs and ensure compliance with the recommendations from recent settlements and with firm's Compliance Program. Also be responsible for assisting with proactive compliance effectiveness reviews, coordinating with outside law firms that are engaged to conduct such reviews, and supporting the ongoing development and enhancement of brand funding of such Programs and internal policies and procedures to satisfy evolving industry and regulatory compliance requirements within the space in the US. With respect to trade distribution agreements, the individual will need a working knowledge of the differences amongst the various drug distribution channels, e.g., full line vs. specialty distribution and the buy and sell side dynamics of wholesalers and distributors and the various business lines that these customers are engaged. Report to the Assistant General Counsel, CSP Legal who participates in negotiating and drafting agreements for brand funding of HUB vendors and integration with field based sales, account management and reimbursement support. Significant coordination with firm's Compliance colleagues, senior leaders, CSP Legal colleagues, business team leaders within the U.S. Trade Organization and external parties such as outside counsel and third party vendors to address program requirements and reporting on HUB interactions. Skilled at navigating complex matrix organizations in order to effectively communicate and coordinate with business unit subject matter experts and regional level national account directors/managers and field sales colleagues. Expand enterprise legal support to implement additional controls and oversight in the area of brand funding of HUB activities. Draft and revise contractual provisions and implement brand funded HUB activities, such as portal development, eSignature capabilities, text messaging and/or integration with field based roles, plus assisting with review and implementation of appropriate Program business rules and compliance with such business rules for the above activities and assist with enhancement of corporate policy updates, including training and monitoring. Support all aspects of marketing and operations with respect to such brand-funded HUB activities. Provide centralized review and coordination of brand funded HUB activities with those supported by other team members within CSP Legal that support other HUB and reimbursement activities. Provide counsel and implementation support for legal updates for government funded healthcare programs and price reporting metrics along with other CSP Legal colleagues. Support Specialty Access Solutions Center of Excellence with implementation of compliance monitoring and periodic training on evolving issues within the product access space. Prepare and manage preparation of rules of engagement documents and reports on brand-funded HUB activities and integration with field based sales/account management or other ancillary roles that interact with patients or patient advocacy groups within the rare disease space, and participate in activities related to oversight of the Compliance Program as it related to brand funded HUB activities and the rules of engagement with such HUBs by sales/account management or other ancillary roles that interact with patients or patient advocacy groups within the rare disease space. Assist with brand funded HUB program activities, systems, controls and reporting on such programs for the U.S., including: Advising stakeholders on the applicability of federal healthcare requirements relevant to their business activities. Managing contracting and engagement with Drug Safety Unit for CEP program implementation to assure appropriate reporting of adverse events by HUB vendor personnel who are performing services for and on behalf of firm's. Advise on the applicability of federal healthcare regulatory requirements and implications on business activities. Develop and present training related to HUB interactions with sales/account management or other ancillary roles that interact with patients or patient advocacy groups within the rare disease space. Coordinate with Legal and Compliance colleagues to enhance policies and systems controls to address compliance risk areas; interpreting laws, regulations and policies relating to brand-funded HUB activities. Draft and coordinate on preparation of compliance-related reports and presentations for firm's senior management and the Regulatory and Compliance Committee of the Board of Directors related to brand-funded HUB activities. Partner with Compliance to comply with imminent obligations. Provide enhanced oversight, monitoring, SOP development, training related to brand funded HUB activities. Support certification and RAMP process related to brand funded HUB activities. Provide input and expertise to IRO related to brand funded HUB activities. Assist with implementation of changes in regulations in Medicaid, Medicare, 340B and other government programs that are creating complex government price reporting obligations. Work with the trade business colleagues to draft, negotiate and implement distribution agreements with wholesalers and distributors for the PIH and PEH business units.

The candidate should have BS or BA degree. JD degree (and admission to practice law in United States) required. Must have 12-14 years practicing law or experience in risk management/ compliance in the pharmaceutical or healthcare industry including significant experience with drafting and negotiating contracts and government price reporting. Experience negotiating and/or managing programs related to service agreements under the personal services safe harbor to the anti-kickback statute and regulations and significant experience with US healthcare laws required. Must have understanding of healthcare-related laws and regulations and industry standards required, including the government price reporting under various Medicaid, Medicare, 340B programs, federal false claims act, federal anti-kickback statement, OIG regulations and guidance and pharmacovigilance issues. Deadline : 2/16/2018.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# HIUJ137635
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will assist with implementation of the legal oversight of SPP interactions to ensure compliance with the recommendations from recent settlements including: creation of dash board that compares services discounting by product per SPP (esp. those that are payer owned); routine monitoring of Quarterly Business Reviews with Specialty pharmacy to ensure performance to the contract; review of Specialty pharmacy initiative at least annually by Compliance; and Specialty Access Solutions Center Of Excellence (SAS COE) working on centralized place to house contracts, business rationale forms and then updates to SAS COE policy that will be required by Firm s Compliance Program. Will be responsible for assisting with proactive compliance effectiveness reviews, coordinating with outside law firms that are engaged to conduct such reviews, and supporting the ongoing development and enhancement of adherence programs and internal policies and procedures to satisfy evolving industry and regulatory compliance requirements within the specialty pharmacy space in the US. Navigating complex matrix organizations in order to effectively communicate and coordinate with business unit subject matter experts and regional level national account directors. Assist with specialty pharmacy adherence program activities, systems, controls and reporting on specialty pharmacy adherence programs for the U.S., including: Advising stakeholders on the applicability of federal healthcare requirements relevant to their business activities. Managing contracting and engagement with Drug Safety Unit for CEP program implementation to assure appropriate reporting of adverse events by specialty pharmacy personnel who are performing services for and on behalf of Firm. Collaborating with outside counsel to develop legal perspectives on elements of specialty pharmacy adherence programs. Drafting and negotiating agreements with vendors, contractors, and other parties to ensure compliance obligations are met. Prepare and manage preparation of reports on SAS COE and participate in activities related to oversight of Firm s Compliance Program as it related to specialty pharmacy. Ensure continued compliance with SAS COE policies and procedures. Advise on the applicability of federal healthcare regulatory requirements and implications on business activities. Develop and present training related to specialty pharmacy activities. Coordinate with Legal and Compliance colleagues to enhance policies and systems controls to address compliance risk areas; interpreting laws, regulations and policies relating to SAS COE areas. Draft and coordinate on preparation of compliance-related reports and presentations for Firm senior management and the Regulatory and Compliance Committee of the Board of Directors related to specialty pharmacy programs.

The candidate must have 12-14 years practicing law or experience in risk management/ compliance in the pharmaceutical or healthcare industry including significant experience with drafting and negotiating contracts. Should have BS or BA degree. JD degree (and admission to practice law in United States) is required. Experience negotiating and/or managing programs related to service agreements under the personal services safe harbor to the anti-kickback statute and regulations and significant experience with US healthcare laws is needed. Understanding of healthcare-related laws and regulations and industry standards required, including the federal false claims act, federal anti-kickback statement, OIG regulations and guidance and pharmacovigilance issues is must. Strong interpersonal skills to work with others within and outside the Company to identify and manage compliance risks are necessary. Deadline: 2/16/2018
 
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Vice President Corporate Counsel
Refer job# UITK137636
 
Vice President Corporate Counsel The candidate will report directly to the SVP and be responsible for firm's employment law and litigation matters. Will partner closely with firm's Human Resources department and leaders across the organization. Provide legal counsel and strategic advice to the firm on employment law and related matters, human resources policies, procedures, agreements and other documentation related to human resources and workforce management. Provide counsel and direction related to areas of recruiting, hiring, performance, discipline and separations, internal investigations, leaves of absence, employee relations, discrimination, harassment, workplace privacy, wage and hour compliance, restrictive covenant compliance, contingent and temporary worker matters, and employment matters risk management, among others. Serve as the subject matter authority in all areas of federal and state (including California) employment laws, including Title VII, FMLA, ADA, FLSA, ADEA, WARN and OSHA, among others. Ensure compliance with all applicable federal, state and local employment practices laws, rules and regulations. Conduct internal investigations in respect of allegations of violations of company policies and employment laws, interpreting and providing guidance on employment-related contract provisions, ensuring restrictive covenant compliance, drafting and negotiating a variety of employment-related agreements, and responding to all manner of inquiries from management and HR relating to employment matters daily, among other activities. Monitor and assess the impact of legal and regulatory developments and implementation trends at a state and federal level. Counsel management and HR on new or pending federal and state legislation, laws, rules and regulations. Provide substantive support for the rest of the Legal team as needed, including strategic transactions. Engage in or lead various other Legal projects and duties as needed.

The candidate should be licensed to practice law and a member in good standing in the state/jurisdiction. Must have 5 years of recent, meaningful and broad employment litigation experience, as well as significant advice and counsel experience in a major law firm, large in-house setting or equivalent. Proven knowledge of state and federal employment discrimination and other employment-related statutes, as well as common law employment claims required. Experience handling full range of employment issues, including performance management, employee discipline, termination, severance, workplace investigations, policy development, employment agreements, FLSA, FMLA, wage and hour issues, workplace accommodations, applications, training, and incentive pay is needed. Strong organizational skills and ability to handle high volume and balance opposing demands required. Excellent oral and written communication skills required. Experience advising and working on mergers, acquisitions and other transactions preferred.
 
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Part-time Assistant Corporate Counsel
Refer job# JJDE137640
 
Part-time Assistant Corporate Counsel The candidate works with the General Counsel with respect to due diligence, planning and implementation relative to all legal compliance matters, including domestic and international laws, rules and regulations. Develops and provides training to organization and distribution network on legal matters relevant to firm s business. Works together with the General Counsel and Export Control and Contracts Manager, helps to ensure the timely review, execution and administration of s contractual commitments with its customers (domestic and international) in support of firm objectives. Provides support with respect to legal and contracting activities for the Company s ongoing and new business opportunities. This position will also work with the General Counsel on specific projects and various day-to-day activities relating to the legal function of the Company and its ongoing business matters.Promotes teamwork, cooperation and commitment to Total Customer Satisfaction among team members. Assist the General Counsel with all legal matters impacting the Company, including: drafting and negotiation of commercial contracts, including, without limitation, international distributor agreements, non-disclosure agreements, terms and conditions of sale/purchase of goods and equipment, and various other contracts; general corporate compliance matters; reviewing and advising human resources personnel and company management regarding labor and employment matters; oversight of patent and trademark portfolios; reviewing and assisting with management of intellectual property infringement issues; conducting due diligence and assisting with drafting and negotiation of merger and acquisition agreements and ancillary documentation; management of outside legal counsel with respect to any projects/matters on which they are engaged by the Company and review, research and provide guidance to Company management relative to all governmental laws, rules and regulations impacting the Company. Assists General Counsel and Export Control and Contracts Manager with review of firm s export compliance program and oversight of firm s compliance with all laws and regulations concerning global trade, exports, imports and penalties of law concerning global trade, exports, imports and related matters that fall under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Government. Works with General Counsel and outside legal counsel relative to any litigation and dispute resolution matters. Works with the General Counsel and Export Control and Contracts Manager to establish, implement and monitor contracts which support the company's near and long term business strategies, including aerospace and defense, GSA/ government, and other customer contracts. Assists with review and approval of customer and supplier sale and purchase contracts, balancing protection of the Company with achievement of the Company s operating plan, achieving Total Customer Satisfaction, and providing value to the business. Works with General Counsel to protect firm s confidential and proprietary information and intellectual property interests by assisting with the drafting, review and negotiation of appropriate contract Terms and Conditions and Non-Disclosure and Proprietary Information Agreements, and by monitoring usage of firm s trademarks and copyrights by third parties. Helps to ensure compliance with contractual obligations for price, delivery, quality and performance by reviewing bids, purchase orders and proposals to ensure that they meet company policy, legal requirements, and customer specifications. Helps to ensure proper internal flow down of contractual obligations and requirements throughout firm and its suppliers. Responds to customer requests for representations and certifications, surveys and other requests for information. Assists with review of contractual rights and obligations and providing interpretation of terms and conditions. Represents firm in all assigned matters with a high level of competence, professionalism, integrity and credibility. Together with General Counsel, review U.S. and international laws, rules and regulations and implement and monitor compliance with legal compliance program (including, without limitation, ITAR, EAR, REACH, WEE, CE Compliance, etc.). Helps to ensure that customer-related transactions are conducted with appropriate levels of adequate control, review and approval as required by company procedure and/or applicable regulation or law. Assists with preparation, monitoring and maintaining customer and legal correspondence and documented records of all agreements and contract revisions. Researches applicable laws and regulations and help to keep firm abreast of any governmental requirements affecting contracts and agreements.

The candidate should have attorney or Bar Eligible/Admission Pending with 2-4 years experience in a corporate law firm/department or in-house corporate legal department is needed. Should have JD degree with emphasis on corporate/commercial/contract law preferred. Experience or knowledge of corporate and contract law is required. Experience in a law firm/corporate department or in-house corporate legal department is preferred. Corporate and contract law 1+ year is needed. Should have in-house corporate legal department 2 years. Attorney or Bar Eligible/Admission Pending is needed.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# HJNM137616
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will play a key role in supporting salesforce.com s Latin American and U.S. Sales and Professional Services organizations in structuring commercial transactions and drafting and negotiating commercial agreements for our customers. Negotiate and draft master subscription agreements, professional services agreements and other types of agreements with customers in support of Latin American and U.S. Sales and Professional Services organizations. Partner with revenue recognition, sales operations, technology operations, and other stakeholder teams to ensure agreements are consistent with internal corporate policies and processes. Partner with Sales and other internal business constituents throughout the customer lifecycle to ensure customer success and protection of firm. Ensure negotiations are conducted in line with core values of trust a and transparency. Should have 8+ years combined experience in law firm and/or in-house legal department including experience negotiating and drafting technology license/Internet service agreements and professional services agreements. Must have Undergraduate degree and a law degree from highly regarded schools. Admission to the Bar in one or more states is required. Spoken and written fluency in English and Spanish and at least conversant in Portuguese is needed. Excellent written/verbal communication and negotiation skills is must. Familiarity with, or willingness to learn, technical concepts in Web applications is essential. Sound and practical business judgment is required. Substantive expertise in software as a service transactions is preferred. Substantive experience with CRM, platform and marketing services agreements is desired. Substantial experience in supporting sales departments as an internal client is a plus.
 
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Legal - Assistant General Counsel - Corporate and Investment Bank
Refer job# DCFZ137600
 
Legal - Assistant General Counsel - Corporate and Investment Bank The candidate will be responsible for working with business, risk, compliance and finance partners, as well as the broker-dealer s primary regulators, to assist in obtaining required approvals in order to conduct non-traditional brokerage activities, such as derivatives. Provides primary legal support for the broker-dealer in its role as a Securities Based Swap Dealer and all of its activities in swaps and derivatives. Must have 10+ years of experience practicing law post-JD. Should have 10 years experience at a law firm and/or in-house legal department at a large bank or other financial services company with demonstrated experience managing increasingly complex matters. Experience in the investment management and securities brokerage industries, specifically including knowledge of the Securities Act, Securities Exchange Act, Investment Advisers Act of 1940, Investment Company Act and FINRA regulations is essential. Should have JD or educational equivalent degree.
 
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Counsel, Corporate Legal Affairs
Refer job# SNHC137613
 
Counsel, Corporate Legal Affairs The candidate will provide general legal support for firm s corporate staff divisions; provide primary transactional legal support for firm s Sourcing Department; also provide transactional legal support for HR, Finance, Corporate Communications, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Corporate Events units within the Corporate Staff division. Provide transactional legal support for certain of Universal Studios on-lot departments, such as Archives, Production Services, and Post-Production Services. Negotiate and close commercial transactions and draft agreements for the purchasing and/or licensing of diverse types of commodities and services, including equipment, professional/consulting services, data, content, and telecommunications services. Create and update forms. Manage a high volume of renewals, terminations and amendments for various contracts. Counsel clients on interpretations of contracts, and provide legal advice regarding contractual rights and obligations. Ensure consistent application of company-wide best practices in areas such as IT security, privacy, and insurance. Must have Law degree and member of New York bar or other U.S. State Bar. Should have 5+ years of related experience at law firm or comparable in-house position. Experience at a nationally recognized law firm is preferred. Outstanding analytic, communication and organizational skills, including excellent drafting and negotiation skills is desired.
 
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Legal - Assistant General Counsel - Wholesale and Corporate Litigation
Refer job# QLYR137555
 
Legal - Assistant General Counsel - Wholesale and Corporate Litigation The candidate will work independently and with outside counsel to represent the Firm in contested matters, as well as provide advice on a broad range of other matters and issues. JD degree and member of the New York Bar. Should have 2-5 years of litigation experience in complex commercial matters in New York state and federal courts, with significant experience in financial services industry disputes. Knowledge of and experience with complex financial products and services is essential. Knowledge of current developments in banking and securities law, commercial law, and other law relevant to the client covered areas, and in State and Federal court practice is essential. Outstanding organizational and project management skills with the ability to manage multiple complex matters simultaneously is essential. Attorney must be licensed to practice law and a member in good standing in in the state/jurisdiction in which the position is based or otherwise in compliance with the in-house counsel registration rules of that state/jurisdiction is essential. Should have 5+ years of experience practicing law.
 
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