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Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Corporate Counsel The candidate will work on matters that require proactive legal guidance. Reporting into General Counsel. Will drive business impact by drafting and negotiating complex commercial contracts with different clients and vendors, as well as providing general advice and regulatory compliance support across the company. Act as a strategic business partner to review, draft, and negotiate on a range of commercial agreements, particularly focusing on our services for customers, channel partners, and vendors. Manage due diligence processes, including identifying risks and proposing solutions, in connection with deals and other partnerships. Work with product and engineering teams to ensure our products and services comply with existing applicable regulations. Create and/or monitor terms of use, product policies, and disclosures, and review marketing collateral and product claims. Remain up-to-date on relevant industry trends, laws and regulations to ensure an ongoing ability to provide sound compliance advice. Support and advise our People Team on policies, procedures, and compliance. Requirements: 5+ years of commercial legal experience in a law firm or in-house company, with a particular focus on the technology sector. Experience as an in-house at a successful, high-growth SaaS company is an advantage. Strong background and interest in commercial agreements to drive revenue/business growth in the healthcare space. Experience working with regulatory bodies is ideal. Qualified attorney and Member of Bar Association or otherwise eligible to practice a In-House Counsel. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-01

Content Manager/attorney Editor (corporate And Merger & Acquisition)

New York City NY Content Manager/Attorney Editor (Corporate and Merger & Acquisition) The candidate in this role will use practical legal knowledge to inform content development and assist in developing the strategic direction for the product. Will help deliver a compelling and all-purpose practical guidance legal product across targeted markets as a member of a multi-disciplined team of content developers, product planners, external consultants, IT specialists, and marketing and sales representatives. This person will: Develop, write and edit practical guidance on a variety of merger & acquisition topics and trends. Draft, review, and annotate forms and checklists. Monitor trends in Merger & Acquisition law. Recruit and manage external authors to ensure timely delivery of content. Make recommendations concerning overall content strategy and expansion, and assist in product design. Monitor competitiveness of the product offering. Basic Qualifications: 5+ years of recent experience (preferably at an Am Law 100/200 firm) practicing mergers and acquisitions law. Preferred Qualifications: Significant experience drafting and negotiating merger agreements, purchase agreements, stockholders agreements, LLC agreements and other documentation in connection with Merger & Acquisition transactions and related corporate matters. Deep knowledge of Merger & Acquisition trends and workflow. Strong professional network of Merger & Acquisition attorneys. Excellent writing, editing, and research skills; strong practical writer; experience drafting client alerts and/or composing and delivering CLE presentations. Experience leading associate training programs. Active bar membership in good standing. 5+ years of experience to help develop online legal products, tools, and solutions for attorneys. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Corporate Counsel, Brokerage And Markets

New York City NY Corporate Counsel, Brokerage and Markets Duties: Draft, review and negotiate offering and disclosure documentation related to private offerings of securities, including issuer buy-backs and third-party tender offers, and advise on trading and regulatory aspects related to these transactions. Draft, review and update third-party vendor and technology agreements. Draft review and update various other documents and materials for products and services offered, including client communications and marketing materials. Work on a variety of issues centered around compliance, business development, marketing and commercialization of technology solutions and products. Work closely with the compliance team to develop creative approaches to managing legal and regulatory risks . Provide support as needed to the other members of the legal team, and collaborate effectively with internal stakeholders and outside counsel. Assist with the coordination and collaborative interaction with regulatory agencies and handling of regulatory agencies inquiries and examinations.

Qualifications: Admission to the New York Bar. 2 years' working for a top law firm, government agency, or in-house experience at a financial institution. Experience with the regulatory scheme surrounding private securities issuance and trading - primary and secondary private offerings of equity, including drafting and negotiation of all related agreements and offering and disclosure documentation. Understanding of laws and regulations that apply to financial products, brokerage services, and laws relating to the commercialization of technology solutions. Experience in representing issuers and underwriters is beneficial. Experience drafting and negotiating commercial contracts with a focus on technology agreements. Experience with broker-dealer regulation strongly preferred. Ability to distill complex legal concepts into simple, actionable recommendations. Ability to manage and handle sensitive and confidential information with the highest levels of integrity, ethical standards, discretion and sound judgment. Strong communication skills combined with the ability to work under tight deadlines. High level of integrity, attention to detail and excellent writing, communication and interpersonal skills. Team player, able to collaborate across various teams and levels and form strong working relationships with colleagues and counterparties in a fast-paced work environment.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Senior Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Senior Corporate Counsel (Commercial) The candidate will be responsible for: Provide advice, guidance and counsel to Commercial, Medical, Regulatory and other relevant functions on management and marketing strategies, product labeling, sales training and compensation, speaker programs, and policies, practices and initiatives with respect to compliance with relevant healthcare laws, guidance documents or opinions, and industry codes (FDCA, FDA guidance documents, Fraud and Abuse laws, Anti-kickback Statute, federal and state transparency laws, OIG Advisory Opinions, PhRMA Code, FCPA, etc.). Advise internal clients on projects, initiatives, and communications regarding products pending FDA approval. Represent the legal function in the review of advertising, promotional and educational materials submitted for review to BridgeBio's Promotional Review Committee. Drive the finalization and rollout of a robust healthcare compliance program across BridgeBio, including development and enhancement of policies and procedures, risk assessments, monitoring, training and compliance communications. Coordinate with Head of Legal Affairs and BridgeBio management to ensure alignment on and communication of appropriate decision making on compliance. Partner with the business to proactively identify and mitigate areas of potential risk. Provide legal and compliance training to field and home office personnel and external consultants. Review and provide legal guidance on financial and other interactions with healthcare professionals, patients, or others in a position to influence healthcare decisions (e.g., payers, advocacy groups, distributors, etc.) to ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Work collaboratively with internal business clients on policies and procedures to ensure compliance with statutory and regulatory drug pricing and price reporting obligations under Medicaid, Medicare and the 340B program. Partner with internal business clients, colleagues across BridgeBio, and external counsel (as needed) to ensure programs meet established compliance standards Support company product launch initiatives. Provide guidance regarding reimbursement and coverage matters. Partner with commercial regulatory and others regarding state licensing and distribution strategy. Provide legal support for a range of activities associated with implementing patient assistance and support programs. Provide guidance regarding Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy (REMS) obligations. Provide guidance regarding relevant privacy laws. Provide legal and compliance advice and collaborative support to strategic alliance partners in certain markets where commercial rights have been granted to third parties, including in Asia Pacific. Draft, review and negotiate various agreements in support of all the foregoing, including third party vendor agreements, service agreements, distribution agreements, consulting agreements and other corporate agreements. Liaise and coordinate with BridgeBio affiliates and subsidiaries to ensure consistency and generate efficiency. Proactively identify legal risks and work with other internal stakeholders to effectively eliminate or mitigate those risks while concurrently supporting business strategic goals. Must have J.D. degree from a nationally-recognized law school. Must have admitted to practice in the U.S., preferably in California, or ability to register in California as in-house counsel. Should have 12+ years as health law, life sciences or pharmaceutical compliance counsel either at a law firm, company and/or relevant government (e.g. FDA) agency. In-depth experience with the biotech or pharmaceutical industries, including business operations and regulatory framework. Should have experience with health care compliance and the rules and regulations concerning healthcare programs (including Medicare, Medicaid, 340B, etc.). Must have experience drafting, reviewing and negotiating a wide variety of commercial agreements. Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-27

Senior Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate work across the organization and will play a critical cross-functional role in supporting internal stakeholders such as Partnerships, Client Growth, Finance, Marketing and People. Review, draft and negotiate sales, channel partnership and vendor agreements. Work with Commercial team to develop best practices for client contracting. Consult and assist with a variety of corporate legal processes (labor and employment, regulatory compliance, etc.). Develop company policy and position on legal issues. Anticipate and guard company against legal risks. Help manage external counsel(s) across all teams. Continually improve legal process and negotiation strategy. Must have JD degree from an accredited US law school and good standing with at least one US state bar. Should have 7+ years of law firm and/or in-house legal experience. Excellent experience and skills with negotiating agreements with health systems are required. Should have demonstrated understanding of healthcare regulations, including to HIPAA and Anti-Kickback regulations. Must have demonstrated understanding of TCPA and PCI compliance. Strong attention to detail, along with excellent negotiation and communication skills are required. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-27

Junior Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Junior Corporate Counsel The candidate will perform tasks related to the company's corporate structure, including forming entities, maintaining corporate books, drafting board and shareholder resolutions, and liaising with company's tax and corporate advisors as needed. Will work with stakeholders to organize, maintain and manage relationships with equity holders through the company's equity management platform. Serve as a cross-departmental point of contact, answering questions about various global entities, and helping other teams with respect to various legal, regulatory and compliance matters. Support the legal team in the development and implementation of corporate policies, procedures and programs. Assist in the handling of employment related matters, including providing support with respect to various agreements and policy matters. Work with attorneys and advisors to manage immigration issues for Firm's employees on a global basis by: Gathering appropriate evidence to support immigration filings. Communicating with team members and employees during all phases of the immigration process. Reviewing documents and information submitted by employees for relevance, accuracy, and completeness. Maintaining computer databases and monitor reports related to caseload management of immigration matters. Support the legal team in providing expertise and guidance to stakeholders on all aspects of contract lifecycle, from structuring agreements and negotiating deal terms through to contract review and execution. Responsible for ownership of company document organization and management. Track and report on data, and recommend ongoing process improvements to further reduce risk and add value. Respond to general requests of a legal nature as they arise relating to company contracts, referring to General Counsel and others as needed.

The candidate should have 2+ years relevant experience in a legal department or reputable law firm. Must be fluent in Spanish (reading, writing and drafting). Must have a Bachelor's Degree. Strong drafting, communication and organizational skills needed. Must have exceptional problem solving and analytical skills, ability to quickly identify challenges and clearly articulate creative, practical solutions even when dealing with a high degree of ambiguity. Must be able to work independently, have the ability to multi-task and work under pressure. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office and generally open to utilizing various technology platforms and systems.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-27

Counsel, Corporate Transactions

New York City NY Counsel, Corporate Transactions The candidate will be responsible for: Drafting, reviewing and negotiating transactional documents, such as stock and asset purchase/sale agreements, merger or de-merger agreements, joint venture agreements, partnership/LLC/shareholder agreements, investment agreements, framework agreements, inter-company agreements, confidentiality agreements, transition services agreements, side letters, engagement letters, letters of intent, bid letters and term sheets; Working closely and coordinating with ViacomCBS corporate development team, tax and accounting teams, divisional business teams and specialist lawyers in connection with the review, analysis, implementation and execution of potential transactions; Managing and coordinating due diligence reviews and preparation of related memoranda; Managing outside legal advisors on transactional and related regulatory matters; Advising on a broad range of business and legal affairs matters; Contributing to the various internal knowledge management initiatives, including a precedent document database, template agreements, presentations and training initiatives. Must have JD degree from an accredited law school. New York State Bar membership in good standing or willingness and qualifications to promptly become Registered In-House Counsel. Should have 5+ years of experience in the M&A practice at a major law firm and/or a significant corporate legal department. In-house experience is a plus. Must have excellent negotiating, drafting, transaction structuring and analytical skills. Fluid understanding of M&A case law, securities laws, antitrust and regulatory considerations, and other applicable statutory laws and regulations. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-26

Senior Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Provide legal support on cross-border combinations, joint ventures and other strategic arrangements within the company network. Provide legal support for various investments in member firms around the world. Provide legal support for large or strategic global acquisitions by the company Network. Advise on the powers, authorities, and responsibilities of the Boards, Committees, and Executives of company. Advise on matters relating to structure of the company Network. Advise on proposed amendments to governance documents. Advise leadership on material member firm matters, activities, and transactions. Ensure compliance with governance obligations. Prepare resolutions and filings, including certain securities filings. Advise on aspects of global strategies. Advise on risks to the company Network based on proposed transactions, structural matters, and other activities. Provide legal support on bank lending arrangements. Provide legal support on the provision of services by company to member firms, including the structure of how such services are provided. Provide legal support on personnel assignment arrangements. Review and advise on company policies. Review press releases and other communications. Support efforts to protect the company brand/sub-brands and license them internally. Work closely with DTTL business and legal leaders and member firm leaders around the world. Must have Bachelor's degree and a J.D. from a top law school. Should have 8-10 years of experience as a mid/senior level associate on M&A transactions. In-house legal experience is a plus. Should have experience drafting and negotiating transactional documents, merger agreements, purchase and sale agreements, commercial contracts, funding and investment agreements, transitional services agreements, non-disclosure and confidentiality agreements, letters of intent, MOUs, and company formation and organizational documents. International/cross-border legal experience required. Legal 8 - 10 Full-time 2020-06-26

Corporate Counsel

Rye Brook NY Corporate Counsel Duties: Participate in and/or supervise litigation defense of or the prosecution for, the company in claims and/or litigation issues and supervise any outside legal counsel. Advise management on legal issues or questions for assigned areas of the company. Monitor and participate in government hearings and any other hearing or arbitration matter involving the company. Direct or provide legal representation to real estate licensees and the company in state and federal real estate agency investigations, Board of REALTORS commission arbitration matters or ethics hearings, conciliation court hearings and in home buyer/home seller arbitration hearings. Advise on legal perspectives and/or the implications of contracts, government relationships, human resources, organizational structure, and insurance issues that may arise from conducting business. Supervise legal aspects of all the organization's transactions and prepare reports and statements of a legal nature. Represent the company in regulatory investigations by state and federal employment agencies. Assist in developing plans, policies and objectives for the short- and long-range goals of the organization. Maintain corporate records and incorporate and organize new business entities. Assist in planning and directing investigations and negotiations pertaining to mergers, joint ventures, acquisitions of businesses, or the sale of major assets. Act to protect and enhance the organization's investments in subsidiaries and affiliates. Ensure that all activities are performed in compliance with local, state, and federal regulations and laws that govern business operations. Supervise registration, renewal, and protection of trademarks, copyrights, sales agreements, technology agreements, trade regulations and anti-trust laws, credit, tax, and property matters and personnel and public relations. Provide legal advice and assist in the negotiation and drafting of commercial leases and in the procurement of insurance policies. Participate in the company's policy deliberations to ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Provide education and training to real estate licensees and company employees. May recommend the hiring, training, and development of executive and senior management; review and evaluate management job performance and approve or deny salary adjustment recommendations. Suggest organizational changes as required by business development and growth. Perform administrative activities necessary for the effective management of the department, including employee safety, selection and development, salary administration, budget administration, employee counseling and motivation, organization goals and objectives, and planning, organizing, integrating, measuring, and reporting the work performed within the department. Maintains corporate records and incorporates and organizes new business entities. Meet all performance and behavior expectations outlined in the company performance appraisal form or communicated by management. Perform responsibilities as directed achieving desired results within expected time frames and with a high degree of quality and professionalism. Establish and maintain positive and productive work relationships with all staff, customers and business partners. Demonstrate the behavioral and technical competencies necessary to effectively complete job responsibilities. Take personal initiative for technical and professional development. Follow the company HR Policy, the Code of Business Conduct and all subsidiary and department policies and procedures, including protecting confidential company information, attending work punctually and regularly, and following good safety practices in all activities.

Qualifications: JD Degree. Admitted to practice law before a State Supreme Court and a United States District Court. 5-10 years of experience in most major legal disciplines. Prefer a licensed realtor and broker with advanced degrees and certifications. High degree of proficiency in state and federal real estate and agency law and contract, commercial landlord/tenant, corporate and employment law, secured transactions, and a working knowledge of the title industry, mortgage industry, insurance law and copyright and trademark law. Demonstrated proficiency in management and supervision of regulatory or complex litigation, and strong negotiating skills. Excellent oral and written communication skills, including presentation skills. Ability to professionally lead meetings and conduct business under a variety of situations. Effective interpersonal skills and leadership abilities. Effective analytical, problem-solving and decision-making skills. Project management skills; ability to prioritize and handle multiple issues and projects concurrently. Ability to manage stressful situations and deal with highly emotional complainants.
Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2020-06-23

Lead Corporate Attorney

New York City NY Lead Corporate Attorney The candidate will handle all company's legal transactions, partnerships, and projects. Will be handling client contracts, regulatory knowledge, and interact with external council for large projects. Prepare the appropriate legal documents for all client contracts. Design and oversee the company's policy and position on legal matters. Examine the legal issues related to new products and services. Represent the company in legal proceedings. Protect the company against legal risks and violations. Guide management on regulatory and compliance issues to ensure compliance with legal regulations.

The candidate should have Bachelor's degree in Law. Must be Licensed to practice law from the State Bar Association. Must have 5 years experience as a corporate lawyer. Must have experience working on B2B SaaS License agreements. Experience working with Data License agreements is required. Experience working with venture backed high growth companies is essential.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-17
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# QUIU150368
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will work on matters that require proactive legal guidance. Reporting into General Counsel. Will drive business impact by drafting and negotiating complex commercial contracts with different clients and vendors, as well as providing general advice and regulatory compliance support across the company. Act as a strategic business partner to review, draft, and negotiate on a range of commercial agreements, particularly focusing on our services for customers, channel partners, and vendors. Manage due diligence processes, including identifying risks and proposing solutions, in connection with deals and other partnerships. Work with product and engineering teams to ensure our products and services comply with existing applicable regulations. Create and/or monitor terms of use, product policies, and disclosures, and review marketing collateral and product claims. Remain up-to-date on relevant industry trends, laws and regulations to ensure an ongoing ability to provide sound compliance advice. Support and advise our People Team on policies, procedures, and compliance. Requirements: 5+ years of commercial legal experience in a law firm or in-house company, with a particular focus on the technology sector. Experience as an in-house at a successful, high-growth SaaS company is an advantage. Strong background and interest in commercial agreements to drive revenue/business growth in the healthcare space. Experience working with regulatory bodies is ideal. Qualified attorney and Member of Bar Association or otherwise eligible to practice a In-House Counsel.
 
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Content Manager/attorney Editor (corporate And Merger & Acquisition)
Refer job# YFBC150340
 
Content Manager/Attorney Editor (Corporate and Merger & Acquisition) The candidate in this role will use practical legal knowledge to inform content development and assist in developing the strategic direction for the product. Will help deliver a compelling and all-purpose practical guidance legal product across targeted markets as a member of a multi-disciplined team of content developers, product planners, external consultants, IT specialists, and marketing and sales representatives. This person will: Develop, write and edit practical guidance on a variety of merger & acquisition topics and trends. Draft, review, and annotate forms and checklists. Monitor trends in Merger & Acquisition law. Recruit and manage external authors to ensure timely delivery of content. Make recommendations concerning overall content strategy and expansion, and assist in product design. Monitor competitiveness of the product offering. Basic Qualifications: 5+ years of recent experience (preferably at an Am Law 100/200 firm) practicing mergers and acquisitions law. Preferred Qualifications: Significant experience drafting and negotiating merger agreements, purchase agreements, stockholders agreements, LLC agreements and other documentation in connection with Merger & Acquisition transactions and related corporate matters. Deep knowledge of Merger & Acquisition trends and workflow. Strong professional network of Merger & Acquisition attorneys. Excellent writing, editing, and research skills; strong practical writer; experience drafting client alerts and/or composing and delivering CLE presentations. Experience leading associate training programs. Active bar membership in good standing. 5+ years of experience to help develop online legal products, tools, and solutions for attorneys.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, Brokerage And Markets
Refer job# JTDI150352
 
Corporate Counsel, Brokerage and Markets Duties: Draft, review and negotiate offering and disclosure documentation related to private offerings of securities, including issuer buy-backs and third-party tender offers, and advise on trading and regulatory aspects related to these transactions. Draft, review and update third-party vendor and technology agreements. Draft review and update various other documents and materials for products and services offered, including client communications and marketing materials. Work on a variety of issues centered around compliance, business development, marketing and commercialization of technology solutions and products. Work closely with the compliance team to develop creative approaches to managing legal and regulatory risks . Provide support as needed to the other members of the legal team, and collaborate effectively with internal stakeholders and outside counsel. Assist with the coordination and collaborative interaction with regulatory agencies and handling of regulatory agencies inquiries and examinations.

Qualifications: Admission to the New York Bar. 2 years' working for a top law firm, government agency, or in-house experience at a financial institution. Experience with the regulatory scheme surrounding private securities issuance and trading - primary and secondary private offerings of equity, including drafting and negotiation of all related agreements and offering and disclosure documentation. Understanding of laws and regulations that apply to financial products, brokerage services, and laws relating to the commercialization of technology solutions. Experience in representing issuers and underwriters is beneficial. Experience drafting and negotiating commercial contracts with a focus on technology agreements. Experience with broker-dealer regulation strongly preferred. Ability to distill complex legal concepts into simple, actionable recommendations. Ability to manage and handle sensitive and confidential information with the highest levels of integrity, ethical standards, discretion and sound judgment. Strong communication skills combined with the ability to work under tight deadlines. High level of integrity, attention to detail and excellent writing, communication and interpersonal skills. Team player, able to collaborate across various teams and levels and form strong working relationships with colleagues and counterparties in a fast-paced work environment.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# WSKE150300
 
Senior Corporate Counsel (Commercial) The candidate will be responsible for: Provide advice, guidance and counsel to Commercial, Medical, Regulatory and other relevant functions on management and marketing strategies, product labeling, sales training and compensation, speaker programs, and policies, practices and initiatives with respect to compliance with relevant healthcare laws, guidance documents or opinions, and industry codes (FDCA, FDA guidance documents, Fraud and Abuse laws, Anti-kickback Statute, federal and state transparency laws, OIG Advisory Opinions, PhRMA Code, FCPA, etc.). Advise internal clients on projects, initiatives, and communications regarding products pending FDA approval. Represent the legal function in the review of advertising, promotional and educational materials submitted for review to BridgeBio's Promotional Review Committee. Drive the finalization and rollout of a robust healthcare compliance program across BridgeBio, including development and enhancement of policies and procedures, risk assessments, monitoring, training and compliance communications. Coordinate with Head of Legal Affairs and BridgeBio management to ensure alignment on and communication of appropriate decision making on compliance. Partner with the business to proactively identify and mitigate areas of potential risk. Provide legal and compliance training to field and home office personnel and external consultants. Review and provide legal guidance on financial and other interactions with healthcare professionals, patients, or others in a position to influence healthcare decisions (e.g., payers, advocacy groups, distributors, etc.) to ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Work collaboratively with internal business clients on policies and procedures to ensure compliance with statutory and regulatory drug pricing and price reporting obligations under Medicaid, Medicare and the 340B program. Partner with internal business clients, colleagues across BridgeBio, and external counsel (as needed) to ensure programs meet established compliance standards Support company product launch initiatives. Provide guidance regarding reimbursement and coverage matters. Partner with commercial regulatory and others regarding state licensing and distribution strategy. Provide legal support for a range of activities associated with implementing patient assistance and support programs. Provide guidance regarding Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy (REMS) obligations. Provide guidance regarding relevant privacy laws. Provide legal and compliance advice and collaborative support to strategic alliance partners in certain markets where commercial rights have been granted to third parties, including in Asia Pacific. Draft, review and negotiate various agreements in support of all the foregoing, including third party vendor agreements, service agreements, distribution agreements, consulting agreements and other corporate agreements. Liaise and coordinate with BridgeBio affiliates and subsidiaries to ensure consistency and generate efficiency. Proactively identify legal risks and work with other internal stakeholders to effectively eliminate or mitigate those risks while concurrently supporting business strategic goals. Must have J.D. degree from a nationally-recognized law school. Must have admitted to practice in the U.S., preferably in California, or ability to register in California as in-house counsel. Should have 12+ years as health law, life sciences or pharmaceutical compliance counsel either at a law firm, company and/or relevant government (e.g. FDA) agency. In-depth experience with the biotech or pharmaceutical industries, including business operations and regulatory framework. Should have experience with health care compliance and the rules and regulations concerning healthcare programs (including Medicare, Medicaid, 340B, etc.). Must have experience drafting, reviewing and negotiating a wide variety of commercial agreements.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# FXRX150302
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate work across the organization and will play a critical cross-functional role in supporting internal stakeholders such as Partnerships, Client Growth, Finance, Marketing and People. Review, draft and negotiate sales, channel partnership and vendor agreements. Work with Commercial team to develop best practices for client contracting. Consult and assist with a variety of corporate legal processes (labor and employment, regulatory compliance, etc.). Develop company policy and position on legal issues. Anticipate and guard company against legal risks. Help manage external counsel(s) across all teams. Continually improve legal process and negotiation strategy. Must have JD degree from an accredited US law school and good standing with at least one US state bar. Should have 7+ years of law firm and/or in-house legal experience. Excellent experience and skills with negotiating agreements with health systems are required. Should have demonstrated understanding of healthcare regulations, including to HIPAA and Anti-Kickback regulations. Must have demonstrated understanding of TCPA and PCI compliance. Strong attention to detail, along with excellent negotiation and communication skills are required.
 
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Junior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# YSGG150303
 
Junior Corporate Counsel The candidate will perform tasks related to the company's corporate structure, including forming entities, maintaining corporate books, drafting board and shareholder resolutions, and liaising with company's tax and corporate advisors as needed. Will work with stakeholders to organize, maintain and manage relationships with equity holders through the company's equity management platform. Serve as a cross-departmental point of contact, answering questions about various global entities, and helping other teams with respect to various legal, regulatory and compliance matters. Support the legal team in the development and implementation of corporate policies, procedures and programs. Assist in the handling of employment related matters, including providing support with respect to various agreements and policy matters. Work with attorneys and advisors to manage immigration issues for Firm's employees on a global basis by: Gathering appropriate evidence to support immigration filings. Communicating with team members and employees during all phases of the immigration process. Reviewing documents and information submitted by employees for relevance, accuracy, and completeness. Maintaining computer databases and monitor reports related to caseload management of immigration matters. Support the legal team in providing expertise and guidance to stakeholders on all aspects of contract lifecycle, from structuring agreements and negotiating deal terms through to contract review and execution. Responsible for ownership of company document organization and management. Track and report on data, and recommend ongoing process improvements to further reduce risk and add value. Respond to general requests of a legal nature as they arise relating to company contracts, referring to General Counsel and others as needed.

The candidate should have 2+ years relevant experience in a legal department or reputable law firm. Must be fluent in Spanish (reading, writing and drafting). Must have a Bachelor's Degree. Strong drafting, communication and organizational skills needed. Must have exceptional problem solving and analytical skills, ability to quickly identify challenges and clearly articulate creative, practical solutions even when dealing with a high degree of ambiguity. Must be able to work independently, have the ability to multi-task and work under pressure. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office and generally open to utilizing various technology platforms and systems.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Counsel, Corporate Transactions
Refer job# ZBKP150292
 
Counsel, Corporate Transactions The candidate will be responsible for: Drafting, reviewing and negotiating transactional documents, such as stock and asset purchase/sale agreements, merger or de-merger agreements, joint venture agreements, partnership/LLC/shareholder agreements, investment agreements, framework agreements, inter-company agreements, confidentiality agreements, transition services agreements, side letters, engagement letters, letters of intent, bid letters and term sheets; Working closely and coordinating with ViacomCBS corporate development team, tax and accounting teams, divisional business teams and specialist lawyers in connection with the review, analysis, implementation and execution of potential transactions; Managing and coordinating due diligence reviews and preparation of related memoranda; Managing outside legal advisors on transactional and related regulatory matters; Advising on a broad range of business and legal affairs matters; Contributing to the various internal knowledge management initiatives, including a precedent document database, template agreements, presentations and training initiatives. Must have JD degree from an accredited law school. New York State Bar membership in good standing or willingness and qualifications to promptly become Registered In-House Counsel. Should have 5+ years of experience in the M&A practice at a major law firm and/or a significant corporate legal department. In-house experience is a plus. Must have excellent negotiating, drafting, transaction structuring and analytical skills. Fluid understanding of M&A case law, securities laws, antitrust and regulatory considerations, and other applicable statutory laws and regulations.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# AAFS150293
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Provide legal support on cross-border combinations, joint ventures and other strategic arrangements within the company network. Provide legal support for various investments in member firms around the world. Provide legal support for large or strategic global acquisitions by the company Network. Advise on the powers, authorities, and responsibilities of the Boards, Committees, and Executives of company. Advise on matters relating to structure of the company Network. Advise on proposed amendments to governance documents. Advise leadership on material member firm matters, activities, and transactions. Ensure compliance with governance obligations. Prepare resolutions and filings, including certain securities filings. Advise on aspects of global strategies. Advise on risks to the company Network based on proposed transactions, structural matters, and other activities. Provide legal support on bank lending arrangements. Provide legal support on the provision of services by company to member firms, including the structure of how such services are provided. Provide legal support on personnel assignment arrangements. Review and advise on company policies. Review press releases and other communications. Support efforts to protect the company brand/sub-brands and license them internally. Work closely with DTTL business and legal leaders and member firm leaders around the world. Must have Bachelor's degree and a J.D. from a top law school. Should have 8-10 years of experience as a mid/senior level associate on M&A transactions. In-house legal experience is a plus. Should have experience drafting and negotiating transactional documents, merger agreements, purchase and sale agreements, commercial contracts, funding and investment agreements, transitional services agreements, non-disclosure and confidentiality agreements, letters of intent, MOUs, and company formation and organizational documents. International/cross-border legal experience required.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# KTCU150253
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Participate in and/or supervise litigation defense of or the prosecution for, the company in claims and/or litigation issues and supervise any outside legal counsel. Advise management on legal issues or questions for assigned areas of the company. Monitor and participate in government hearings and any other hearing or arbitration matter involving the company. Direct or provide legal representation to real estate licensees and the company in state and federal real estate agency investigations, Board of REALTORS commission arbitration matters or ethics hearings, conciliation court hearings and in home buyer/home seller arbitration hearings. Advise on legal perspectives and/or the implications of contracts, government relationships, human resources, organizational structure, and insurance issues that may arise from conducting business. Supervise legal aspects of all the organization's transactions and prepare reports and statements of a legal nature. Represent the company in regulatory investigations by state and federal employment agencies. Assist in developing plans, policies and objectives for the short- and long-range goals of the organization. Maintain corporate records and incorporate and organize new business entities. Assist in planning and directing investigations and negotiations pertaining to mergers, joint ventures, acquisitions of businesses, or the sale of major assets. Act to protect and enhance the organization's investments in subsidiaries and affiliates. Ensure that all activities are performed in compliance with local, state, and federal regulations and laws that govern business operations. Supervise registration, renewal, and protection of trademarks, copyrights, sales agreements, technology agreements, trade regulations and anti-trust laws, credit, tax, and property matters and personnel and public relations. Provide legal advice and assist in the negotiation and drafting of commercial leases and in the procurement of insurance policies. Participate in the company's policy deliberations to ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Provide education and training to real estate licensees and company employees. May recommend the hiring, training, and development of executive and senior management; review and evaluate management job performance and approve or deny salary adjustment recommendations. Suggest organizational changes as required by business development and growth. Perform administrative activities necessary for the effective management of the department, including employee safety, selection and development, salary administration, budget administration, employee counseling and motivation, organization goals and objectives, and planning, organizing, integrating, measuring, and reporting the work performed within the department. Maintains corporate records and incorporates and organizes new business entities. Meet all performance and behavior expectations outlined in the company performance appraisal form or communicated by management. Perform responsibilities as directed achieving desired results within expected time frames and with a high degree of quality and professionalism. Establish and maintain positive and productive work relationships with all staff, customers and business partners. Demonstrate the behavioral and technical competencies necessary to effectively complete job responsibilities. Take personal initiative for technical and professional development. Follow the company HR Policy, the Code of Business Conduct and all subsidiary and department policies and procedures, including protecting confidential company information, attending work punctually and regularly, and following good safety practices in all activities.

Qualifications: JD Degree. Admitted to practice law before a State Supreme Court and a United States District Court. 5-10 years of experience in most major legal disciplines. Prefer a licensed realtor and broker with advanced degrees and certifications. High degree of proficiency in state and federal real estate and agency law and contract, commercial landlord/tenant, corporate and employment law, secured transactions, and a working knowledge of the title industry, mortgage industry, insurance law and copyright and trademark law. Demonstrated proficiency in management and supervision of regulatory or complex litigation, and strong negotiating skills. Excellent oral and written communication skills, including presentation skills. Ability to professionally lead meetings and conduct business under a variety of situations. Effective interpersonal skills and leadership abilities. Effective analytical, problem-solving and decision-making skills. Project management skills; ability to prioritize and handle multiple issues and projects concurrently. Ability to manage stressful situations and deal with highly emotional complainants.
 
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Lead Corporate Attorney
Refer job# VDHK150186
 
Lead Corporate Attorney The candidate will handle all company's legal transactions, partnerships, and projects. Will be handling client contracts, regulatory knowledge, and interact with external council for large projects. Prepare the appropriate legal documents for all client contracts. Design and oversee the company's policy and position on legal matters. Examine the legal issues related to new products and services. Represent the company in legal proceedings. Protect the company against legal risks and violations. Guide management on regulatory and compliance issues to ensure compliance with legal regulations.

The candidate should have Bachelor's degree in Law. Must be Licensed to practice law from the State Bar Association. Must have 5 years experience as a corporate lawyer. Must have experience working on B2B SaaS License agreements. Experience working with Data License agreements is required. Experience working with venture backed high growth companies is essential.
 
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