Corporate Counsel Jobs Pennsylvania | General Counsel Jobs | GCConsulting.com
General Counsel Consulting
About us Attorney resources Employer resources Job listings Submit resume Contact Us
General Counsel Consulting
Sign In
Email:
Password:
Forgot your password?
New User?
Signup
GCC
General Counsel
Consulting
provided
exceptional
service in helping
my organization
recruit for a hard
to fill position.
They did extensive
work on the front
end to understand
our needs and
our culture and
began referring
highly qualified
candidates almost
immediately.
 
Melinda Burrows
Deputy General Counsel
- Litigation and
Compliance, Progress
Energy Service Company
LLC
 

Jobs for Law Students
Law Student - Law Firm in Gainesville, FL
USA-FL-Gainesville
Law Clerk The clerk will handle legal research and general case-related support, as well as possi.... [more]


Law Student - Law Firm in San Francisco, CA
USA-CA-San Francisco
Case Clerk - Real Estate The candidate will reports to the Director of Practice Support, Paralegals.... [more]


Law Student - Law Firm in Tampa, FL
USA-FL-Tampa
Law Clerk The candidate will support attorneys by assembling and organizing information for legal d.... [more]


 

 
Click here
 

Job of the Day
Real Estate Attorney - $100.00/hr
Orlando Florida United States

We are an LLC real estate company in Florida, seeking a Florida Federal licensed attorney to litigate for us at the middle district of florida Federal court ( but not only). The position crateria: 1. Work from home/your office part/ full/ hou...


In House Legal Job Listings

YOUR WINDOW TO A WORLD OF OPPORTUNITIES
 
Welcome to the job listings section of General Counsel Consulting. We are constantly updating our jobs seven days a week. As a firm dedicated to in-house search and placement, our ability to forge strong relationships with top-rated companies around the world allows us to offer our candidates a breadth of opportunities we believe is unrivaled.
 
We are pleased that your assessment of options has led you to General Counsel Consulting, and we invite you to browse our website to learn more about our firm and the career opportunities we offer. If you would like to be considered for an in-house attorney position, feel free to submit your resume.
 
If you are an employer looking to hire an in-house counsel, please click here to contact us and submit your opening.
 
 

Corporate Counsel R&D

Philadelphia PA Corporate Counsel R&D The candidate will be responsible for supporting and advising clinical development, regulatory strategy, pharmacovigilance and other R&D clients on a broad array of issues relating to FDA pharmaceutical regulations, GxP requirements, product development, product labeling, interactions with healthcare professionals and patients, anti-trust, anti-kickback, competitor issues, compliance issues, regulatory policy and industry developments and issues. Responsible for coordinating with the Legal and Compliance Department s contracting team to support the contract needs of the R&D departments, as needed. Provides clear, actionable and business-savvy legal advice to clients within the R&D organization on matters pertaining to processes and procedures in support of clinical trials, cooperative studies and similar arrangements, with a particular emphasis on the relationships between and among sponsors, CROs, sites/investigators and vendors, as well as matters relating to regulatory strategy, pharmacovigilance, and other functions within the R&D organization. Provides strategic advice and counsels clients on the legal implications of research and development projects, regulatory matters, business development matters, healthcare compliance issues, and activities involving interactions with healthcare professionals, healthcare organizations, research institutions and patients. Serves as primary legal support on process and contractual matters relating to clinical trial disclosures and data sharing arrangements and provides input as needed on clinical trial transactional matters. Provides subject matter expertise, and legal support and guidance, on the development and application of standard operating procedures and related supporting procedural documents for R&D activities. Works as part of a matrix team at firm supporting the R&D departments, handling clinical, regulatory, quality and pharmacovigilance and drug safety matters. Advises clients on a broad range of legal and contractual matters to support firms global R&D business, including informed consent documents, correspondence with institutional review boards/ethics committees, advisory board and HCP engagements and other agreements. Assists with and supports legal and corporate due diligence activities on strategic transactions, as requested. Educates clients regarding relevant legal updates, industry and regulatory developments, industry best practices, and risk mitigation solutions. Works extensively and collaboratively with firm colleagues in Europe and the ex-U.S. business with respect to contract alignment and local compliance and disclosure requirements. Assists with supporting corporate compliance function; helps create and deliver policies, procedures and training to R&D teams. Drives increased efficiency, coordination, and effectiveness of legal advice, processes, and support to meet the needs of the R&D functions and the global business. Partners with Legal and Compliance Department colleagues in executing and enhancing corporate and department objectives.

The candidate must have Juris Doctorate degree and admission to the Bar in one state and eligible to practice as in-house counsel in California or Pennsylvania. Should have 5-7 years' of experience supporting clients in the pharmaceutical industry, preferably at a multinational company and/or a reputable, highly rated law firm, or a combination of both, with a substantial amount of professional experience dedicated to advising on FDA regulatory compliance, Good Clinical Practice (GcP), and other matters relating to clinical trials and research and development activities.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2018-06-12

Corporate Counsel

Pittsburgh PA Corporate Counsel The candidate will primarily support the firm business ( ***).Will provide the successful candidate with exposure to multiple jurisdictions and all manner of legal issues that one would expect in a growing technology company. Support firm Dynavox s business by reviewing and advising on commercial issues including insurance agreements, Medicare/Medicaid funding arrangements, commercial supply terms, purchase orders, and licensing agreements. Work closely with all function groups including Sales, R&D, Marketing and Procurement to advise on legal issues and risks, complex deal structures, and policies.Assist in the definition and implementation of standardized legal agreements and processes. Collaborate with other members of firm s Legal/IP team around the world. Provide support as needed to firm s other business units. Must have Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school. Must have 4+ years of post qualification experience and Direct contract negotiation experience. Any experience in the following areas is highly regarded: FDA matters, insurance agreements, healthcare agreements. Excellent written and oral communication skill is essential. Excellent interpersonal and organization skill is essential. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2018-06-08

Corporate Counsel, Employment Policies And Compliance

Reading PA Corporate Counsel, Employment Policies and Compliance The candidate will be working as part of the company s Employment Law Team, will have responsibility for ensuring that the company s employment policies and procedures are current, in compliance with any changes to federal, state and local laws and regulations, and communicated appropriately to associates and managers. Will support North American operations for firm's Truck Leasing & firm's Logistics and work closely with the company s HR teams. Have responsibility for training needs associated with employment policies and procedures. Finally, participate in and support additional employment law compliance projects and other legal department needs as appropriate. Create, update, and interpret all company employment policies and rocedures that apply to associates and managers in North American operations. Stay up-to-date on employment law-related legislative and regulatory changes at the federal, state and local level, and implement policy changes as needed, including establishing the communication plan to rollout any policy changes. Maintain ownership of the company handbook. Conduct regular audits of policies and procedures and compliance matters. Prepare a quarterly newsletter for the company s HR team covering key employment law updates. Identify employment policy-related training needs and establish formal training plans as they relate to policies and procedures, create a training plan and ensure that appropriate training completions and acknowledgements are received and stored (including for the associate handbook). This may also include the creation of customized training to specific targeted audience groups on larger policy changes. Other legal department responsibilities as assigned, including responding to administrative charges from the EEOC, DOL, and state agencies, conducting investigations, assisting with litigation matters, and other compliance projects as identified by the VP Employment Law and Compliance.

The candidate must have 3 years of legal experience with exposure to employment law and compliance, including experience specific to litigation and research. Must have a juris doctor degree from an accredited law school. Must be licensed to practice law, preferably in Pennsylvania. Legal research and writing skills required. Strong communication & collaboration skills required. Must have strong presentation and training facilitation Skills.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2018-05-25

Corporate Counsel, Employment Policies And Compliance

Reading PA Corporate Counsel, Employment Policies and Compliance The candidate will be working as part of the company s Employment Law Team, will have responsibility for ensuring that the company s employment policies and procedures are current, in compliance with any changes to federal, state and local laws and regulations, and communicated appropriately to associates and managers. Will support North American operations for firm's Truck Leasing & firm's Logistics and work closely with the company s HR teams. Have responsibility for training needs associated with employment policies and procedures. Finally, participate in and support additional employment law compliance projects and other legal department needs as appropriate. Create, update, and interpret all company employment policies and rocedures that apply to associates and managers in North American operations. Stay up-to-date on employment law-related legislative and regulatory changes at the federal, state and local level, and implement policy changes as needed, including establishing the communication plan to rollout any policy changes. Maintain ownership of the company handbook. Conduct regular audits of policies and procedures and compliance matters. Prepare a quarterly newsletter for the company s HR team covering key employment law updates. Identify employment policy-related training needs and establish formal training plans as they relate to policies and procedures, create a training plan and ensure that appropriate training completions and acknowledgements are received and stored (including for the associate handbook). This may also include the creation of customized training to specific targeted audience groups on larger policy changes. Other legal department responsibilities as assigned, including responding to administrative charges from the EEOC, DOL, and state agencies, conducting investigations, assisting with litigation matters, and other compliance projects as identified by the VP Employment Law and Compliance.

The candidate must have 3 years of legal experience with exposure to employment law and compliance, including experience specific to litigation and research. Must have a juris doctor degree from an accredited law school. Must be licensed to practice law, preferably in Pennsylvania. Legal research and writing skills required. Strong communication & collaboration skills required. Must have strong presentation and training facilitation Skills.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2018-05-25

Pennsylvania - Director, Investment Advisor Compliance

Radnor PA Director, Investment Advisor Compliance
The candidate will be responsible for the oversight of the Funds' advisers' Rule 206(4)-7 compliance programs to ensure compliance with existing laws and regulations and to assist in responding to audits, examinations and similar regulatory inquiries related to the Funds and its advisers. Will report to the Vice President, CCO of the Funds and Advisers within the company's Enterprise Compliance organization. Responsible for the day-to-day implementation of the compliance programs of the Funds' advisers, including ongoing monitoring of compliance requirements, risk assessment analysis and corporate directives that impact the compliance programs. Provide compliance oversight with respect to mutual fund sub-advisers including both initial and ongoing due diligence. Develop thorough knowledge of sub-advisers' compliance framework and practices, assess and report on sub-advisers' compliance with applicable policies and procedures pertaining to management of the Hartford mutual funds. Exercise ongoing due diligence oversight of sub-advisers with respect to a broad range of compliance issues, including trading practices and commissions. Assist the Funds and Advisers CCO in preparing quarterly reporting to the Mutual Fund Board of Directors and an annual compliance report for the Advisers. Manage the compliance professional responsible for the monitoring of portfolio compliance for applicable portfolios using the Charles River compliance system and the administration of the mutual fund and advisers' code of ethics. Provide assistance in the execution of these duties as necessary. Assist in the preparation and review of various regulatory filings including Forms 13F, 13G and N-PX, and provide information and responses in connection with the mutual fund annual advisory contract 15(c) renewal. Responsible for the maintenance and filing of the Advisers' Forms ADV, both annually and in connection with material changes. Review and comment on shareholder reports (primarily MD&As), applicable portions of the prospectuses and SAIs, RFP, RFI and Questionnaire information, Fund holdings disclosure and other disclosures provided from time to time. Participate in and provide input at the Funds' Valuation Committee meetings, review valuation practices, and participate in due diligence reviews of valuation vendors. Provide other support for advisers' and funds' compliance programs, including supporting the Investment Adviser risk assessment process, incorporate, as appropriate, sample or forensic testing in assessments, implementing the Pay-to-Play requirements for HLIA and HIFSCO. Monitor changes to the federal securities laws that could require revisions to the policies and procedures, and to ensure that any required changes are communicated to the applicable business areas and are implemented accordingly.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree. Should preferably have an advanced degree or proven business acumen. J.D. degree, CPA or CFA strongly preferred. Must have 8+ years of compliance experience with expertise managing mutual fund and investment adviser compliance, preferably at a mutual fund company. Should have bBroad knowledge of US securities compliance, regulated business environments and key legal issues especially as they relate to trading, the investment process and the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 as applicable to institutional money managers.
Legal 8 - 10 Full-time 2012-10-06
Locations (hold down ctrl to chose multiple): Primary Area of Practice:
All USA Locations
All Practice Areas
   
Minimum Years of Experience:  
 
 
Keyword:
 
Submit    Submit
 
Click Here
 
 

Chief Counsel
In-House,Red Lion Controls, Inc
Location : York, PA, United States

Chief Counsel The candidate will play an integral role in helping the business evaluate growth opportunities, particularly in emerging economies, assess risk, draft and negotiate agreements and ensure our ethical standards are upheld as we grow the ... + read more

jun 20, 2018


1
 
Corporate Counsel R&D
Refer job# CPXC139494
 
Corporate Counsel R&D The candidate will be responsible for supporting and advising clinical development, regulatory strategy, pharmacovigilance and other R&D clients on a broad array of issues relating to FDA pharmaceutical regulations, GxP requirements, product development, product labeling, interactions with healthcare professionals and patients, anti-trust, anti-kickback, competitor issues, compliance issues, regulatory policy and industry developments and issues. Responsible for coordinating with the Legal and Compliance Department s contracting team to support the contract needs of the R&D departments, as needed. Provides clear, actionable and business-savvy legal advice to clients within the R&D organization on matters pertaining to processes and procedures in support of clinical trials, cooperative studies and similar arrangements, with a particular emphasis on the relationships between and among sponsors, CROs, sites/investigators and vendors, as well as matters relating to regulatory strategy, pharmacovigilance, and other functions within the R&D organization. Provides strategic advice and counsels clients on the legal implications of research and development projects, regulatory matters, business development matters, healthcare compliance issues, and activities involving interactions with healthcare professionals, healthcare organizations, research institutions and patients. Serves as primary legal support on process and contractual matters relating to clinical trial disclosures and data sharing arrangements and provides input as needed on clinical trial transactional matters. Provides subject matter expertise, and legal support and guidance, on the development and application of standard operating procedures and related supporting procedural documents for R&D activities. Works as part of a matrix team at firm supporting the R&D departments, handling clinical, regulatory, quality and pharmacovigilance and drug safety matters. Advises clients on a broad range of legal and contractual matters to support firms global R&D business, including informed consent documents, correspondence with institutional review boards/ethics committees, advisory board and HCP engagements and other agreements. Assists with and supports legal and corporate due diligence activities on strategic transactions, as requested. Educates clients regarding relevant legal updates, industry and regulatory developments, industry best practices, and risk mitigation solutions. Works extensively and collaboratively with firm colleagues in Europe and the ex-U.S. business with respect to contract alignment and local compliance and disclosure requirements. Assists with supporting corporate compliance function; helps create and deliver policies, procedures and training to R&D teams. Drives increased efficiency, coordination, and effectiveness of legal advice, processes, and support to meet the needs of the R&D functions and the global business. Partners with Legal and Compliance Department colleagues in executing and enhancing corporate and department objectives.

The candidate must have Juris Doctorate degree and admission to the Bar in one state and eligible to practice as in-house counsel in California or Pennsylvania. Should have 5-7 years' of experience supporting clients in the pharmaceutical industry, preferably at a multinational company and/or a reputable, highly rated law firm, or a combination of both, with a substantial amount of professional experience dedicated to advising on FDA regulatory compliance, Good Clinical Practice (GcP), and other matters relating to clinical trials and research and development activities.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# JJZW139454
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will primarily support the firm business ( ***).Will provide the successful candidate with exposure to multiple jurisdictions and all manner of legal issues that one would expect in a growing technology company. Support firm Dynavox s business by reviewing and advising on commercial issues including insurance agreements, Medicare/Medicaid funding arrangements, commercial supply terms, purchase orders, and licensing agreements. Work closely with all function groups including Sales, R&D, Marketing and Procurement to advise on legal issues and risks, complex deal structures, and policies.Assist in the definition and implementation of standardized legal agreements and processes. Collaborate with other members of firm s Legal/IP team around the world. Provide support as needed to firm s other business units. Must have Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school. Must have 4+ years of post qualification experience and Direct contract negotiation experience. Any experience in the following areas is highly regarded: FDA matters, insurance agreements, healthcare agreements. Excellent written and oral communication skill is essential. Excellent interpersonal and organization skill is essential.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, Employment Policies And Compliance
Refer job# RPSD139214
 
Corporate Counsel, Employment Policies and Compliance The candidate will be working as part of the company s Employment Law Team, will have responsibility for ensuring that the company s employment policies and procedures are current, in compliance with any changes to federal, state and local laws and regulations, and communicated appropriately to associates and managers. Will support North American operations for firm's Truck Leasing & firm's Logistics and work closely with the company s HR teams. Have responsibility for training needs associated with employment policies and procedures. Finally, participate in and support additional employment law compliance projects and other legal department needs as appropriate. Create, update, and interpret all company employment policies and rocedures that apply to associates and managers in North American operations. Stay up-to-date on employment law-related legislative and regulatory changes at the federal, state and local level, and implement policy changes as needed, including establishing the communication plan to rollout any policy changes. Maintain ownership of the company handbook. Conduct regular audits of policies and procedures and compliance matters. Prepare a quarterly newsletter for the company s HR team covering key employment law updates. Identify employment policy-related training needs and establish formal training plans as they relate to policies and procedures, create a training plan and ensure that appropriate training completions and acknowledgements are received and stored (including for the associate handbook). This may also include the creation of customized training to specific targeted audience groups on larger policy changes. Other legal department responsibilities as assigned, including responding to administrative charges from the EEOC, DOL, and state agencies, conducting investigations, assisting with litigation matters, and other compliance projects as identified by the VP Employment Law and Compliance.

The candidate must have 3 years of legal experience with exposure to employment law and compliance, including experience specific to litigation and research. Must have a juris doctor degree from an accredited law school. Must be licensed to practice law, preferably in Pennsylvania. Legal research and writing skills required. Strong communication & collaboration skills required. Must have strong presentation and training facilitation Skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel, Employment Policies And Compliance
Refer job# EQKY139215
 
Corporate Counsel, Employment Policies and Compliance The candidate will be working as part of the company s Employment Law Team, will have responsibility for ensuring that the company s employment policies and procedures are current, in compliance with any changes to federal, state and local laws and regulations, and communicated appropriately to associates and managers. Will support North American operations for firm's Truck Leasing & firm's Logistics and work closely with the company s HR teams. Have responsibility for training needs associated with employment policies and procedures. Finally, participate in and support additional employment law compliance projects and other legal department needs as appropriate. Create, update, and interpret all company employment policies and rocedures that apply to associates and managers in North American operations. Stay up-to-date on employment law-related legislative and regulatory changes at the federal, state and local level, and implement policy changes as needed, including establishing the communication plan to rollout any policy changes. Maintain ownership of the company handbook. Conduct regular audits of policies and procedures and compliance matters. Prepare a quarterly newsletter for the company s HR team covering key employment law updates. Identify employment policy-related training needs and establish formal training plans as they relate to policies and procedures, create a training plan and ensure that appropriate training completions and acknowledgements are received and stored (including for the associate handbook). This may also include the creation of customized training to specific targeted audience groups on larger policy changes. Other legal department responsibilities as assigned, including responding to administrative charges from the EEOC, DOL, and state agencies, conducting investigations, assisting with litigation matters, and other compliance projects as identified by the VP Employment Law and Compliance.

The candidate must have 3 years of legal experience with exposure to employment law and compliance, including experience specific to litigation and research. Must have a juris doctor degree from an accredited law school. Must be licensed to practice law, preferably in Pennsylvania. Legal research and writing skills required. Strong communication & collaboration skills required. Must have strong presentation and training facilitation Skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Pennsylvania - Director, Investment Advisor Compliance
Refer job# 6MVT24097
 
Director, Investment Advisor Compliance
The candidate will be responsible for the oversight of the Funds' advisers' Rule 206(4)-7 compliance programs to ensure compliance with existing laws and regulations and to assist in responding to audits, examinations and similar regulatory inquiries related to the Funds and its advisers. Will report to the Vice President, CCO of the Funds and Advisers within the company's Enterprise Compliance organization. Responsible for the day-to-day implementation of the compliance programs of the Funds' advisers, including ongoing monitoring of compliance requirements, risk assessment analysis and corporate directives that impact the compliance programs. Provide compliance oversight with respect to mutual fund sub-advisers including both initial and ongoing due diligence. Develop thorough knowledge of sub-advisers' compliance framework and practices, assess and report on sub-advisers' compliance with applicable policies and procedures pertaining to management of the Hartford mutual funds. Exercise ongoing due diligence oversight of sub-advisers with respect to a broad range of compliance issues, including trading practices and commissions. Assist the Funds and Advisers CCO in preparing quarterly reporting to the Mutual Fund Board of Directors and an annual compliance report for the Advisers. Manage the compliance professional responsible for the monitoring of portfolio compliance for applicable portfolios using the Charles River compliance system and the administration of the mutual fund and advisers' code of ethics. Provide assistance in the execution of these duties as necessary. Assist in the preparation and review of various regulatory filings including Forms 13F, 13G and N-PX, and provide information and responses in connection with the mutual fund annual advisory contract 15(c) renewal. Responsible for the maintenance and filing of the Advisers' Forms ADV, both annually and in connection with material changes. Review and comment on shareholder reports (primarily MD&As), applicable portions of the prospectuses and SAIs, RFP, RFI and Questionnaire information, Fund holdings disclosure and other disclosures provided from time to time. Participate in and provide input at the Funds' Valuation Committee meetings, review valuation practices, and participate in due diligence reviews of valuation vendors. Provide other support for advisers' and funds' compliance programs, including supporting the Investment Adviser risk assessment process, incorporate, as appropriate, sample or forensic testing in assessments, implementing the Pay-to-Play requirements for HLIA and HIFSCO. Monitor changes to the federal securities laws that could require revisions to the policies and procedures, and to ensure that any required changes are communicated to the applicable business areas and are implemented accordingly.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree. Should preferably have an advanced degree or proven business acumen. J.D. degree, CPA or CFA strongly preferred. Must have 8+ years of compliance experience with expertise managing mutual fund and investment adviser compliance, preferably at a mutual fund company. Should have bBroad knowledge of US securities compliance, regulated business environments and key legal issues especially as they relate to trading, the investment process and the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 as applicable to institutional money managers.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 

Jobs From BCG Attorney Search

Location: USA-PA-Philadelphia

Philadelphia office of our client seeks corporate and securities attorney with 3-6 years of experience. The candidate will support the business transactional practice groups, but primarily the mergers...


Location: USA-PA-Philadelphia

Philadelphia office of our client seeks Corporate Attorney with 8 years of experience involving public and private companies. The candidate should preferably have experience representing high growth b...


Location: USA-PA-Philadelphia

Philadelphia office of our client seeks junior to mid-level corporate and securities attorney with 2-3 years of experience with public company advisory work, capital market offerings and M&A transacti...


 

Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss it, you will land among the stars.