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Senior Corporate Counsel

Davidson NC Senior Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Serve as a legal business partner to business executives and their teams responsible for the Residential HVAC and Supply business. The role will advise on day-to-day business matters, including advising, negotiating and providing support in connection with the legal and business risks associated with sales, distribution and supply agreements, legal analysis and interpretation of applicable statutory/regulatory requirements; developing strategic and tactical plans; identifying legal, contractual, and project risks; identifying and analyzing company s claim rights and recovery; and identification, analysis and resolution of quality/customer/project issues. The position will work with outside counsel from time to time and seek to continually improving processes and execution. Provide legal support to and work closely with the Residential HVAC and Supply Consumer Relations team and company litigation team to resolve claims and litigation concerning the Residential HVAC and Supply business, including channel, quality and regulatory matters. Advise, negotiate and provide legal support to the Commercial HVAC business on complex construction projects, including legal, regulatory and contractual risks, agreements and subcontracts, architectural/engineering services and consulting agreements and other construction agreements and matters with building owners, facility managers, general contractors and subcontractors. Provide other general commercial legal support and analysis, including in the areas of quality, marketing and communications. Provide other general commercial legal support and analysis of customer solicitations, proposals and contracts for the sale of equipment, contracting, controls, parts, service, and energy supply, federal supply schedules and agreements and other general commercial areas, including sales, distribution, supply, marketing, communications, and contract management for the Residential HVAC and Commercial HVAC businesses. Serve as a member of the Global Commercial Legal Center of Expertise for general commercial matters, such as marketing, global procurement and/or contract management, and develop and implement consistent standards, processes, metrics, solutions, templates and tools to improve and facilitate best-in-class business and contract processes in the Global Commercial Legal function.

Qualifications: J.D. degree from an accredited US law school. Member in good standing of a State Bar Association. 7+ years ? experience practicing as an attorney; Large law firm and in-house experience required. Strong contract review, drafting and negotiation skills. Proven experience in commercial and transactional matters, knowledge of construction law and generally accepted industry practices and energy supply preferred, but not required. Strong legal judgment. Expert grasp of contracting concepts and superior legal and analytical skills ? excellent judgment and initiative in selecting the most effective solutions and in creating and implementing standard tools to resolve recurring business and/or commercial issues. Excellent oral and written communication and negotiation skills. Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to stand firm on issues with business clients when necessary. Ability to quickly understand business objectives of an agreement, identify related issues, and facilitate a risk/benefit analysis. Business-oriented approach to problem-solving, tempered by an appreciation for legal complexity and risk management. Experience in litigation involving commercial agreements is an advantage. Detail-oriented and resourceful with excellent follow-through skills. Ability to work well under pressure and prioritize and manage workload, manage simultaneous tasks and meet deadlines within a changing, fast-paced environment. Ability to work independently. Ability to work well with colleagues and all levels of commercial and business functions at various location.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-09

Corporate Counsel - Clinical Development

Wilmington NC Corporate Counsel - Clinical Development The candidate will advise function leadership and managers regarding contract negotiations, dispute resolution, policy and compliance matters within the business segment, and contributes to the development and implementation of contracting policies and risk management strategies. Will advise contract managers and function leadership regarding customer contracts, vendor contracts, confidentiality agreements, and other contracts as assigned under the supervision of Legal department leadership. Must be actively develop, support and contribute to the continuous improvement of Legal processes and procedures including contractual templates, risk mitigation strategies, and function-specific legal research. Also support corporate initiatives including corporate administration, transactions, dispute resolution, and other legal department initiatives as required. Should have excellent contract drafting and negotiation skills are essential requirement. Must have capacity to review large commercial contracts and provide practical, business-focused advice is required. Should have comprehensive knowledge of general corporate business practices and a sound understanding of contracting models and commercial practices is required. Experience in the clinical research industry or a healthcare services field is helpful. Language capabilities in addition to English are valued. A Juris Doctor (JD) degree from an ABA-accredited law school is required. Should have at least 2 years of contract negotiation, drafting or related legal experience, including intern and law clerk activities. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Corporate Counsel

Morrisville NC Corporate Counsel Duties: Report directly to the Company's Assistant General Counsel, but also will work with and for other Corporate lawyers as needed and appropriate. Interactions with the Company's senior leadership, as well as colleagues in other functions throughout the world, including corporate development, IT/data security and privacy, finance, accounting, treasury and operational functions.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and JD Degree. Licensure by a state Bar. Previous legal experience that provides the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the job (comparable to 5-9 total years of attorney experience). 3+ years of attorney experience in U.S. public company corporate and transactional law. Experience with SEC reporting and compliance matters for public companies (e.g., Insider Trading and Reg FD compliance, Section 16 reporting obligations, periodic and non-periodic reporting obligations, annual shareholder meeting and proxy statements) and substantial experience in significant transactional matters, including joint development and/or collaboration agreements, significant licensing matters, M&A and related corporate integration activities. Other broad corporate and public company securities law experience (e.g., transfer agent services and related processes for shareholders, including legal processes around sale of restricted/control securities) are preferred. Clinical research, and/or pharma/biotech/life science industry experience preferred. Securities related litigation experience preferred. D&O insurance related matters, including D&O claims coverage experience a plus. Corporate anti-corruption compliance related matters (e.g., FCPA compliance) a plus. Commercial agreements and Employee equity/stock option plans experience a plus. Prior high quality law firm and/or public company in-house legal training and experience. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Exceptional organizational skills and strong attention to detail with proven ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and effectively. Must be flexible and able to reprioritize workload to meet changing project needs. Skillful and proven MS Excel and MS Word skills. Excellent English and grammar skills. Superb analytical and decision based thinking. Strong drafting and negotiation skills that requires little to no oversight. Must be able to work independently and as a team player. Must be able to identify risk, evaluate fact patterns to advise on the application of the law and provide direction to other departments.
Legal 5 - 9 Full-time 2020-06-23

Corporate Counsel

Wilmington NC Corporate Counsel Duties: Advising on a wide variety of material corporate and commercial matters (both domestic and international), including SEC reporting and related public company compliance obligations, shareholder related matters, corporate transactional activities such as strategic initiatives, collaboration agreements and M&A, IT/data security related support, corporate finance and treasury-related support, company disputes/litigation, FCPA/anti-corruption compliance, and other broad corporate legal support areas as needed within Corporate Legal. Work with and for other Corporate lawyers as needed and appropriate. Interactions with the Company's senior leadership, as well as colleagues in other functions throughout the world, including corporate development, IT/data security and privacy, finance, accounting, treasury and operational functions.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and JD Degree. Licensure by a state Bar. Previous legal experience that provides the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the job (comparable to 5-9 total years of attorney experience). 3+ years of attorney experience in U.S. public company corporate and transactional law. Experience with SEC reporting and compliance matters for public companies (e.g., Insider Trading and Reg FD compliance, Section 16 reporting obligations, periodic and non-periodic reporting obligations, annual shareholder meeting and proxy statements) and substantial experience in significant transactional matters, including joint development and/or collaboration agreements, significant licensing matters, M&A and related corporate integration activities. Other broad corporate and public company securities law experience (e.g., transfer agent services and related processes for shareholders, including legal processes around sale of restricted/control securities) are preferred. Clinical research, and/or pharma/biotech/life science industry experience preferred. Securities related litigation experience preferred. D&O insurance related matters, including D&O claims coverage experience a plus. Corporate anti-corruption compliance related matters (e.g., FCPA compliance) a plus. Commercial agreements and Employee equity/stock option plans experience a plus. Prior high quality law firm and/or public company in-house legal training and experience. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Exceptional organizational skills and strong attention to detail with proven ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and effectively. Must be flexible and able to reprioritize workload to meet changing project needs. Skillful and proven MS Excel and MS Word skills. Excellent English and grammar skills. Superb analytical and decision based thinking. Strong drafting and negotiation skills that requires little to no oversight. Must be able to work independently and as a team player. Must be able to identify risk, evaluate fact patterns to advise on the application of the law and provide direction to other departments.
Legal 5 - 9 Full-time 2020-06-23

Corporate Counsel - Anti Corruption Compliance

Raleigh NC Corporate Counsel - Anti Corruption Compliance Duties: Provide strategic and tactical compliance counsel to internal customers in support of our anti-corruption program, including compliance with the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and other applicable anti-corruption laws based on a thorough understanding of such laws and related enforcement actions. Collaborate with global partner alliance management, IT, and other associates to develop strategies in support of the creation, enhancement, and implementation of robust and globally consistent policies, procedures, controls, and systems for the anti-corruption program. Support our third-party due diligence program by providing guidance regarding potential red flags and related remediation procedures. Participate in periodic internal and external audits, reviews, and assessments of our anti-corruption program and implement appropriate risk mitigations and lessons learned. Provide advice to relevant stakeholders on the interpretation and application of laws, regulations, best practices, and policies and procedures related to anti-corruption risk, including the application of policies governing anti-bribery, gift, meal, entertainment, and travel for government officials. Collaborate with our regional counsel for interpretation of local laws and implementation of assigned supporting actions. Implement anti-corruption training initiatives and collaborate with our associates to develop systems, processes, monitoring, and root cause analysis activities, and reports using data analytics and related tools. Support channel partner development by analyzing and providing substantive feedback on legal agreements with prospective and existing channel partners. Promote the importance of a solid ethical culture and awareness of our ethics and compliance program, provide regular updates to senior management, and lead or support other ethics and compliance initiatives as necessary.

Qualifications: JD degree and admission to practice law in at least one jurisdiction. 3+ years of anti-corruption compliance experience in a law firm or in-house; deep understanding of applicable anti-bribery laws and regulations, including the FCPA and U.K. Bribery Act, with preference given to candidates who have worked in a major law firm and with an S&P 500 company. Significant experience implementing and managing anti-corruption compliance programs; solid understanding of risk assessment and third-party due diligence. Comfortable analyzing complex data, drawing logical conclusions, and implementing pragmatic solutions. Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain appropriate working relationships with all levels of our organization and external contacts and to work effectively in a professional team environment. Excellent writing and interpersonal skills; sound judgment and ability to inspire and persuade others in a growing, global business. Proactive approach to recognizing business and compliance needs, anticipating issues, and applying thorough and thoughtful analysis and exceptional sense of judgement in determining recommended steps and actions related to compliance matters.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-13

Corporate Counsel

Raleigh NC Corporate Counsel The candidate will draft, negotiate and execute agreements and contracts on behalf of the company across all of its geographies. Will take the lead on contracting execution for state-wide implementations of networks. Offer counsel on a variety of legal issues. Advise executives within the company. Advise on contract status, legal risks, and the legal liabilities associated with commercial contracts. Research and anticipate unique legal issues that could impact the company. Review advertising and marketing materials to ensure that they are in compliance with legal requirements. Provide training to the company on legal topics.

The candidate should have an Undergraduate and law degree. Must have admission to a recognized Bar. Should have 2-5 years of experience gained in a large law firm and/or in-house. Healthcare sector and in-house experience is preferred. Experience with software and commercial contracts preferred. Strong interpersonal and presentation skills, along with the ability to communicate effectively with others at all levels of the organization essential. Strong negotiating skills with both legal and financial/commercial issues needed.
Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2020-06-13

North Carolina - Senior Legal Counsel

Greensboro NC Senior Legal Counsel
The candidate will report to the General Counsel and provide support for the day-to-day guidance and legal advice for all aspects of the business. Will provide effective legal advice and counsel to the US Commercial Business Units, R&D, and Regulatory Affairs on a wide range of business, corporate, and regulatory matters related to the development, manufacture and sale of the company's products in the US consistent with federal and state laws and regulations. Provide practical, quality legal advice and services to the US Commercial Business Units and business support functions (e.g. Finance, Regulatory, Commercial Excellence, HR). Work collaboratively with internal clients to help achieve Business Unit and departmental objectives in compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Provide legal counsel to promotional review committees and for other promotional activities related to sale and marketing of company products. Negotiate and prepare contractual arrangements for all aspects of the business in close cooperation with Legal Department Contract Administrator. Conduct diligence and provide counsel on arrangements for product acquisitions or divestitures. Assist with corporate governance and corporate formalities. Work cooperatively with the Chief Compliance Officer and VP Human Resources. Assess and mitigate legal risks arising from business activities, including the development and sale of products. Assist in management of litigation matters and work effectively with Department Paralegal staff. Manage and work effectively with outside counsel on legal and regulatory aspects of the business and on litigation matters.

The candidate must have 7-10 years of overall legal experience in law firm and/or corporate legal department settings with 2+ years in the legal department of a pharmaceutical company. Prior experience with corporate governance and formalities is an asset. Prior dispute resolution/litigation experience a plus. Knowledge of applicable laws and regulations governing medical devices preferred. Working knowledge of the pharmaceutical business and applicable laws and regulations, including those governing product promotion required.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2013-03-14
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Senior Corporate Counsel
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# OUZP150423
 
Senior Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Serve as a legal business partner to business executives and their teams responsible for the Residential HVAC and Supply business. The role will advise on day-to-day business matters, including advising, negotiating and providing support in connection with the legal and business risks associated with sales, distribution and supply agreements, legal analysis and interpretation of applicable statutory/regulatory requirements; developing strategic and tactical plans; identifying legal, contractual, and project risks; identifying and analyzing company s claim rights and recovery; and identification, analysis and resolution of quality/customer/project issues. The position will work with outside counsel from time to time and seek to continually improving processes and execution. Provide legal support to and work closely with the Residential HVAC and Supply Consumer Relations team and company litigation team to resolve claims and litigation concerning the Residential HVAC and Supply business, including channel, quality and regulatory matters. Advise, negotiate and provide legal support to the Commercial HVAC business on complex construction projects, including legal, regulatory and contractual risks, agreements and subcontracts, architectural/engineering services and consulting agreements and other construction agreements and matters with building owners, facility managers, general contractors and subcontractors. Provide other general commercial legal support and analysis, including in the areas of quality, marketing and communications. Provide other general commercial legal support and analysis of customer solicitations, proposals and contracts for the sale of equipment, contracting, controls, parts, service, and energy supply, federal supply schedules and agreements and other general commercial areas, including sales, distribution, supply, marketing, communications, and contract management for the Residential HVAC and Commercial HVAC businesses. Serve as a member of the Global Commercial Legal Center of Expertise for general commercial matters, such as marketing, global procurement and/or contract management, and develop and implement consistent standards, processes, metrics, solutions, templates and tools to improve and facilitate best-in-class business and contract processes in the Global Commercial Legal function.

Qualifications: J.D. degree from an accredited US law school. Member in good standing of a State Bar Association. 7+ years ? experience practicing as an attorney; Large law firm and in-house experience required. Strong contract review, drafting and negotiation skills. Proven experience in commercial and transactional matters, knowledge of construction law and generally accepted industry practices and energy supply preferred, but not required. Strong legal judgment. Expert grasp of contracting concepts and superior legal and analytical skills ? excellent judgment and initiative in selecting the most effective solutions and in creating and implementing standard tools to resolve recurring business and/or commercial issues. Excellent oral and written communication and negotiation skills. Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to stand firm on issues with business clients when necessary. Ability to quickly understand business objectives of an agreement, identify related issues, and facilitate a risk/benefit analysis. Business-oriented approach to problem-solving, tempered by an appreciation for legal complexity and risk management. Experience in litigation involving commercial agreements is an advantage. Detail-oriented and resourceful with excellent follow-through skills. Ability to work well under pressure and prioritize and manage workload, manage simultaneous tasks and meet deadlines within a changing, fast-paced environment. Ability to work independently. Ability to work well with colleagues and all levels of commercial and business functions at various location.
 
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Corporate Counsel - Clinical Development
Refer job# RFIT150348
 
Corporate Counsel - Clinical Development The candidate will advise function leadership and managers regarding contract negotiations, dispute resolution, policy and compliance matters within the business segment, and contributes to the development and implementation of contracting policies and risk management strategies. Will advise contract managers and function leadership regarding customer contracts, vendor contracts, confidentiality agreements, and other contracts as assigned under the supervision of Legal department leadership. Must be actively develop, support and contribute to the continuous improvement of Legal processes and procedures including contractual templates, risk mitigation strategies, and function-specific legal research. Also support corporate initiatives including corporate administration, transactions, dispute resolution, and other legal department initiatives as required. Should have excellent contract drafting and negotiation skills are essential requirement. Must have capacity to review large commercial contracts and provide practical, business-focused advice is required. Should have comprehensive knowledge of general corporate business practices and a sound understanding of contracting models and commercial practices is required. Experience in the clinical research industry or a healthcare services field is helpful. Language capabilities in addition to English are valued. A Juris Doctor (JD) degree from an ABA-accredited law school is required. Should have at least 2 years of contract negotiation, drafting or related legal experience, including intern and law clerk activities.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# LWJO150254
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Report directly to the Company's Assistant General Counsel, but also will work with and for other Corporate lawyers as needed and appropriate. Interactions with the Company's senior leadership, as well as colleagues in other functions throughout the world, including corporate development, IT/data security and privacy, finance, accounting, treasury and operational functions.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and JD Degree. Licensure by a state Bar. Previous legal experience that provides the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the job (comparable to 5-9 total years of attorney experience). 3+ years of attorney experience in U.S. public company corporate and transactional law. Experience with SEC reporting and compliance matters for public companies (e.g., Insider Trading and Reg FD compliance, Section 16 reporting obligations, periodic and non-periodic reporting obligations, annual shareholder meeting and proxy statements) and substantial experience in significant transactional matters, including joint development and/or collaboration agreements, significant licensing matters, M&A and related corporate integration activities. Other broad corporate and public company securities law experience (e.g., transfer agent services and related processes for shareholders, including legal processes around sale of restricted/control securities) are preferred. Clinical research, and/or pharma/biotech/life science industry experience preferred. Securities related litigation experience preferred. D&O insurance related matters, including D&O claims coverage experience a plus. Corporate anti-corruption compliance related matters (e.g., FCPA compliance) a plus. Commercial agreements and Employee equity/stock option plans experience a plus. Prior high quality law firm and/or public company in-house legal training and experience. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Exceptional organizational skills and strong attention to detail with proven ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and effectively. Must be flexible and able to reprioritize workload to meet changing project needs. Skillful and proven MS Excel and MS Word skills. Excellent English and grammar skills. Superb analytical and decision based thinking. Strong drafting and negotiation skills that requires little to no oversight. Must be able to work independently and as a team player. Must be able to identify risk, evaluate fact patterns to advise on the application of the law and provide direction to other departments.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# OEHM150255
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Advising on a wide variety of material corporate and commercial matters (both domestic and international), including SEC reporting and related public company compliance obligations, shareholder related matters, corporate transactional activities such as strategic initiatives, collaboration agreements and M&A, IT/data security related support, corporate finance and treasury-related support, company disputes/litigation, FCPA/anti-corruption compliance, and other broad corporate legal support areas as needed within Corporate Legal. Work with and for other Corporate lawyers as needed and appropriate. Interactions with the Company's senior leadership, as well as colleagues in other functions throughout the world, including corporate development, IT/data security and privacy, finance, accounting, treasury and operational functions.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and JD Degree. Licensure by a state Bar. Previous legal experience that provides the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the job (comparable to 5-9 total years of attorney experience). 3+ years of attorney experience in U.S. public company corporate and transactional law. Experience with SEC reporting and compliance matters for public companies (e.g., Insider Trading and Reg FD compliance, Section 16 reporting obligations, periodic and non-periodic reporting obligations, annual shareholder meeting and proxy statements) and substantial experience in significant transactional matters, including joint development and/or collaboration agreements, significant licensing matters, M&A and related corporate integration activities. Other broad corporate and public company securities law experience (e.g., transfer agent services and related processes for shareholders, including legal processes around sale of restricted/control securities) are preferred. Clinical research, and/or pharma/biotech/life science industry experience preferred. Securities related litigation experience preferred. D&O insurance related matters, including D&O claims coverage experience a plus. Corporate anti-corruption compliance related matters (e.g., FCPA compliance) a plus. Commercial agreements and Employee equity/stock option plans experience a plus. Prior high quality law firm and/or public company in-house legal training and experience. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Exceptional organizational skills and strong attention to detail with proven ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and effectively. Must be flexible and able to reprioritize workload to meet changing project needs. Skillful and proven MS Excel and MS Word skills. Excellent English and grammar skills. Superb analytical and decision based thinking. Strong drafting and negotiation skills that requires little to no oversight. Must be able to work independently and as a team player. Must be able to identify risk, evaluate fact patterns to advise on the application of the law and provide direction to other departments.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel - Anti Corruption Compliance
Refer job# HJEU150136
 
Corporate Counsel - Anti Corruption Compliance Duties: Provide strategic and tactical compliance counsel to internal customers in support of our anti-corruption program, including compliance with the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and other applicable anti-corruption laws based on a thorough understanding of such laws and related enforcement actions. Collaborate with global partner alliance management, IT, and other associates to develop strategies in support of the creation, enhancement, and implementation of robust and globally consistent policies, procedures, controls, and systems for the anti-corruption program. Support our third-party due diligence program by providing guidance regarding potential red flags and related remediation procedures. Participate in periodic internal and external audits, reviews, and assessments of our anti-corruption program and implement appropriate risk mitigations and lessons learned. Provide advice to relevant stakeholders on the interpretation and application of laws, regulations, best practices, and policies and procedures related to anti-corruption risk, including the application of policies governing anti-bribery, gift, meal, entertainment, and travel for government officials. Collaborate with our regional counsel for interpretation of local laws and implementation of assigned supporting actions. Implement anti-corruption training initiatives and collaborate with our associates to develop systems, processes, monitoring, and root cause analysis activities, and reports using data analytics and related tools. Support channel partner development by analyzing and providing substantive feedback on legal agreements with prospective and existing channel partners. Promote the importance of a solid ethical culture and awareness of our ethics and compliance program, provide regular updates to senior management, and lead or support other ethics and compliance initiatives as necessary.

Qualifications: JD degree and admission to practice law in at least one jurisdiction. 3+ years of anti-corruption compliance experience in a law firm or in-house; deep understanding of applicable anti-bribery laws and regulations, including the FCPA and U.K. Bribery Act, with preference given to candidates who have worked in a major law firm and with an S&P 500 company. Significant experience implementing and managing anti-corruption compliance programs; solid understanding of risk assessment and third-party due diligence. Comfortable analyzing complex data, drawing logical conclusions, and implementing pragmatic solutions. Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain appropriate working relationships with all levels of our organization and external contacts and to work effectively in a professional team environment. Excellent writing and interpersonal skills; sound judgment and ability to inspire and persuade others in a growing, global business. Proactive approach to recognizing business and compliance needs, anticipating issues, and applying thorough and thoughtful analysis and exceptional sense of judgement in determining recommended steps and actions related to compliance matters.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# WOXS150137
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will draft, negotiate and execute agreements and contracts on behalf of the company across all of its geographies. Will take the lead on contracting execution for state-wide implementations of networks. Offer counsel on a variety of legal issues. Advise executives within the company. Advise on contract status, legal risks, and the legal liabilities associated with commercial contracts. Research and anticipate unique legal issues that could impact the company. Review advertising and marketing materials to ensure that they are in compliance with legal requirements. Provide training to the company on legal topics.

The candidate should have an Undergraduate and law degree. Must have admission to a recognized Bar. Should have 2-5 years of experience gained in a large law firm and/or in-house. Healthcare sector and in-house experience is preferred. Experience with software and commercial contracts preferred. Strong interpersonal and presentation skills, along with the ability to communicate effectively with others at all levels of the organization essential. Strong negotiating skills with both legal and financial/commercial issues needed.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
North Carolina - Senior Legal Counsel
Refer job# 1VVN25867
 
Senior Legal Counsel
The candidate will report to the General Counsel and provide support for the day-to-day guidance and legal advice for all aspects of the business. Will provide effective legal advice and counsel to the US Commercial Business Units, R&D, and Regulatory Affairs on a wide range of business, corporate, and regulatory matters related to the development, manufacture and sale of the company's products in the US consistent with federal and state laws and regulations. Provide practical, quality legal advice and services to the US Commercial Business Units and business support functions (e.g. Finance, Regulatory, Commercial Excellence, HR). Work collaboratively with internal clients to help achieve Business Unit and departmental objectives in compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Provide legal counsel to promotional review committees and for other promotional activities related to sale and marketing of company products. Negotiate and prepare contractual arrangements for all aspects of the business in close cooperation with Legal Department Contract Administrator. Conduct diligence and provide counsel on arrangements for product acquisitions or divestitures. Assist with corporate governance and corporate formalities. Work cooperatively with the Chief Compliance Officer and VP Human Resources. Assess and mitigate legal risks arising from business activities, including the development and sale of products. Assist in management of litigation matters and work effectively with Department Paralegal staff. Manage and work effectively with outside counsel on legal and regulatory aspects of the business and on litigation matters.

The candidate must have 7-10 years of overall legal experience in law firm and/or corporate legal department settings with 2+ years in the legal department of a pharmaceutical company. Prior experience with corporate governance and formalities is an asset. Prior dispute resolution/litigation experience a plus. Knowledge of applicable laws and regulations governing medical devices preferred. Working knowledge of the pharmaceutical business and applicable laws and regulations, including those governing product promotion required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 

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