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Corporate Counsel

King of Prussia PA Corporate Counsel The candidate will negotiate SaaS, software license, services and vendor contracts, NDAs, privacy, and related agreements, working closely with the field to ensure transactions help achieve business goals within acceptable risk tolerances and by corporate policies. Design, develop and draft global partner and alliance program documents and agreements. Negotiate OEM and other partnership agreements and related matters. Interface with sales, services, management, and other business stakeholders to provide general support on legal issues. Anticipate problems and identify solutions/initiate actions to minimize risk and resolve in accordance with company policies. Support other business lines as necessary, such as global education and consulting services, and the public sector, with form agreements, policies, and procedures and negotiating contracts. Collaborate with legal colleagues and business stakeholders with respect to contract templates, manuals, policies, or other materials and ensure regional/global consistency. Provide training and enablement to the legal team, field sales, and operations. Special projects as needed.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree with demonstrated achievement from an accredited law school and be admitted to a State Bar. Must have 3+ years of transactional experience, including significant experience with SaaS and software agreements. Preference for experience at a software company or in a technology-related practice at a reputable law firm. Privacy law experience is a plus. Strong written and verbal skills as well as communication and negotiation skills. Business level Portuguese or Spanish is a plus. Independent thinking and strong analytic skills and business acumen are required. Should be an efficient, collaborative, and organized worker with an ability to multitask on a multitude of matters under significant time pressure with attention to detail. Should be ready to travel to the office for meetings when needed.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-20

Corporate Attorney

Malvern PA - North America Duties: Manage legal aspects of P3 project bids from qualification phase through financial close. Liaise with external legal counsel and internal bid directors/managers; communicate diligently, and attend legal and commercial meetings and

Qualifications: Juris Doctor (J.D.) or Bachelors in Law (LL. B.) required. Should have 5-10 years of experience in a corporate law setting. Experience in P3, real estate development, and/or project finance transactions preferred. Must have strong verbal and written communication skills, and analytical, and organizational abilities. Capability to work in a fast-paced environment and adept at supporting multiple team members with changing responsibilities. Proficiency in computer knowledge with Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, and Excel) required. Ability to travel as necessary throughout the company's North American footprint. Ability to provide strategic vision into concrete plans of action.
Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2022-05-16

Vp, Corporate Counsel, Individual Life & Enabling Solutions

Pittsburgh PA VP, Corporate Counsel, Individual Life & Enabling Solutions Duties: A key member of a high performing, highly collaborative legal team that is responsible for managing a wide array of legal matters that arise in connection with the operational aspects of the manufacture, distribution, and administration of individual life and annuity products sold by Prudential's businesses, supporting Prudential's transformation to modernize customer service, including enhancement of digital capabilities, and optimization of outsourcing and third party administration relationships, and cross-business or business unit-specific initiatives and special projects. Providing legal and regulatory advice to Prudential's businesses in the ongoing administration, servicing and management of individual life and annuity products, including advice related to oversight and monitoring of vendor activities/relationships, electronic business platforms/interfaces and representation in associated cross-business regulatory inquiries and corporate initiatives. Interfacing with law, compliance and other control teams for other domestic business units supported by the service organization to maximize efficiencies, develop cross-business best practices and facilitate resolution of issues. Coordinating with applicable stakeholders to provide legal analysis and advice in connection with new and existing laws, the development/enhancement of processes and procedures, and regulatory examinations, audits and inquiries. Coordinating and providing legal analysis and advice relative to enterprise initiatives. Reviewing and drafting contracts, memoranda and other documentation relating to the administration and servicing of insurance products, related business groups, vendors and distributing partners. Reviewing and providing advice on communications to customers and distribution partners as related to state regulatory, operational and administrative aspects of the businesses. Assisting in the creation and introduction of new products, as well as modifications to existing products and services relative to state regulatory, operational and administrative aspects. Keeping senior business management and other personnel apprised of pertinent legal and regulatory developments. Performing special projects as assigned by senior Law department management.

Qualifications: Ability to work independently on complex issues and adapt quickly to address the needs of business clients in a highly scrutinized and constantly evolving regulatory environment in a collaborative and risk appropriate manner. Must have 6-10+ years of sophisticated corporate, law firm, in-house and/or regulatory legal experience. Prior experience involving state insurance and other laws and regulations applicable to or litigation involving annuities and/or life insurance or other retail financial service companies or products, e-commerce, outsourcing and third-party administrators, FINRA rules, the Investment Company Act of 1940, the Securities Act of 1933, and/or the Securities Act of 1934 will be favorably considered but not required. Relationship Building and Interpersonal Skills: able to build solid and constructive relationships with key stakeholders at all levels across the organization, including senior executives, peers, and colleagues; successfully operates across cultures, complex organizational structures, and multi-functional teams to drive alignment and achieve goals; demonstrates strong executive presence with excellent consultative skills. Business and Financial Acumen: able to understand the strategic business and financial needs of the company including knowledge of current and possible future policies, practices, trends, and information affecting the business and organization; understands the needs of customers, the broader marketplace and how to leverage business insights to drive outcomes. Seeks to understand the trends impacting customers, competition, and marketplace. Is personally and emotionally invested in understanding the customers' needs and feelings. Takes a broad view of the environment to identify opportunities. Is recognized as a thought leader. Possesses an innovative, insightful mindset with a willingness to learn as well as challenge the status quo; proven ability to prioritize, adapt and execute proactively and successfully. Uses rigorous logic to analyze and understand why problems occur; leverages innovative thinking to assist the business in generating and implementing creative, cost effective and realistic solutions that create business impact. Leverages a combination of strong verbal and written communication skills, highly developed emotional intelligence, savvy navigation of complex business structures, well developed executive presence and data fluency to drive decision-making; gains support and commitment from others; mobilizes people to action. Focuses on creating an environment of honesty, inclusion and respect for others; openness to and champions differing ideas and perspectives; collaborates in a fully inclusive manner. Consciously works to understand change and people impact; embraces and leads through transformational change; desires to ensure associate engagement and stability in teams. Coordinates with key stakeholders to achieve risk smart operations solutions.
Legal 6 - 10 Full-time 2022-05-03

Counsel, Corporate And Securities

Philadelphia PA Counsel, Corporate and Securities The candidate will assist with securities law filings, corporate governance, various contracts and other general legal issues, in each case, for and its various sponsored investment products. Support large complex corporate transactions, with exposure to financing, derivatives, securities/capital markets and corporate/M&A work. Assist with structuring, documenting, negotiating, closing and maintaining financings (including loan facilities, securitizations, debt capital markets transactions and derivatives transactions). A JD is required, with strong academic credentials. Should have 2-4 years of experience working at a large law firm or in-house. Understanding of finance and corporate transactions preferred. Prior exposure to the Investment Company Act of 1940 is preferred. Seasoned judgment, strong work ethic and high ethical standards. Efficient self-starter with a proven interest in professional growth. Legal 2 - 4 Full-time 2022-04-30

Corporate Counsel - Hospital Business Unit

Collegeville PA Corporate Counsel - Hospital Business Unit Duties: Operate as counsel, including risk counselor, for assigned in-line and pipeline products on a global basis, as well as assigned business teams, along with other related legal responsibilities in support of the PBG. Understand the strategic and tactical objectives of the relevant commercial, medical, development, or patient engagement teams and develop creative and thoughtful solutions to key initiatives, taking into account current legal and regulatory landscapes, the Company policies and procedures and the current and future needs of the PBG and the Company as a whole. Advise on contracting and transactional issues, and engage with contracting counterparties as needed. Support medical and commercial development for assigned products, including: Regulatory and medical strategies; Product safety and risk-mitigation activities; Label development; Market development; Product communication activities; Proactive benefit: risk development and maintenance, including Medical Governance activities. Liaise with litigation, IP, and transactional partners on ongoing litigations and disputes, and ensure timely updates to business lead to drive these matters to resolution. Support US marketing and sales for assigned products, including: Advertising and promotion and all product communication strategies; Healthcare law compliance; Risk assessment and mitigation planning; Ongoing compliance monitoring. Collaborate with international platform colleagues on business strategies and practices being implemented in their markets, along with numerous competitor issues. Ensure compliance with legal policies and procedures, controls and statutory requirements within relevant business areas. Work constructively and collaboratively with other members of the Company's Legal Division, legal staff, business colleagues and compliance professionals.

Qualifications: A Bachelor's Degree and Juris Doctorate or equivalent law degree. 5+ years of legal and/or compliance experience, with 3+ years in the pharmaceutical or biotech industry, including experience in regulatory law and commercial/medical-related matters. Thorough understanding of regulatory and legal frameworks governing the sales and marketing of approved medicines, and regulatory framework for investigational medicines. Ability to support Team Leaders within the organization. Ability to grasp statutory and regulatory concepts quickly, and to proactively identify and analyze potential legal issues and provide thoughtful and creative business-focused legal advice and solutions. Proven capacity to cultivate strong client relationships and successfully influence leadership in a fast-paced, innovative business climate. Ability to: Gain deep understanding of business strategies and actively counsel on business and legal approaches and opportunities; Devise and deliver tailored training programs to key client groups on a range of legal, policy and compliance matters; Anticipate, develop and advocate positions on important regulatory policy and external environment matters impacting Pfizer's business objectives; Build networks throughout the Pfizer Legal Division and the company, and receive input from and collaborate with attorneys and other colleagues providing platform services, including colleagues supporting procurement, patent law, litigation, regulatory, medical, commercial business units, R&D and compliance; Track record of accountability and sound judgment, including the ability to take ownership of and move projects to closure; Excellent drafting and negotiation skills with an eye for detail combined with pragmatism/sound judgment; Excellent communication skills to convey complex legal issues to clients in a clear and concise manner.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-04-30

Corporate Counsel

King of Prussia PA Corporate Counsel The candidate will handle transactional work, including drafting and negotiating complex SaaS and software license agreements, consulting services agreements, and vendor agreements, as well as general advisory support on intellectual property matters, privacy compliance, and related issues. Will actively support the company's global partner and alliance programs, including the public sector. Work with global stakeholders, with transactional work focused in the Americas. Negotiate SaaS, software license, services and vendor contracts, NDAs, privacy, and related agreements, working closely with the field to ensure transactions help achieve business goals within acceptable risk tolerances and by corporate policies. Design, develop and draft global partner and alliance program documents and agreements. Negotiate OEM and other partner agreements and related matters. Interface with sales, services, management, and other business stakeholders to provide general support on legal issues. Anticipate problems and identify solutions/initiate actions to minimize risk and resolve in accordance with company policies. Support other business lines as necessary, such as global education and consulting services, and the public sector, with form agreements, policies, and procedures and negotiating contracts. Collaborate with legal colleagues and business stakeholders with respect to contract templates, manuals, policies, or other materials and ensure regional/global consistency. Provide training and enablement to the legal team, field sales, and operations.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree with demonstrated achievement from an accredited law school and be admitted to a State Bar. Must have 3+ years of transactional experience, including significant experience with SaaS and software agreements. Preference for experience at a software company or in a technology-related practice at a reputable law firm. Privacy law experience is a plus. Business-level Portuguese or Spanish is a plus. Should be able to travel to the office for meetings when needed.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2022-04-29

Corporate Counsel - Commercial

Horsham PA Corporate Counsel - Commercial Duties: Provide legal counsel, advice, and guidance for the Company's commercial operations in North America. Be a counselor, with a good amount of work being on sales side contract negotiation. Counsel on risks and ways to mitigate and help advance the business. Counsel the business in the form of proactive legal advice. Counsel on ways to be more efficient in processes and procedures through innovation, training, and education.

Required Qualifications: Law Degree. 4+ years of experience in a law firm or in-house legal role. Licensed to practice law in Minnesota, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, or Texas or the ability to obtain an in-house License. Track record of motivating change across a matrix organization. Proficient with commercial law and/or contracts. Developed drafting skills with keen attention to detail. Outstanding interpersonal skills verbal and written able to capture relevant information and optimally document and articulate findings. Skilled in problem-solving and analytical reasoning. Preferred Qualifications: Experience with FED/SLED sales. Experience with software licensing. Experience with technology transactions.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2022-04-25

Counsel - Corporate

Philadelphia PA Counsel - Corporate The candidate will assist the other members of the corporate group with corporate governance matters and Board operations including preparation of materials for Board meetings. Assist in drafting and filing of SEC documents including Form 10-Qs, Form 10-K and proxy. Interact with Accounting and Human Resources Department in connection with the same. Attend and prepare minutes for meetings of the Disclosure Committee. Review, draft and negotiate various corporate agreements including non-disclosure agreements, engagement letters, M&A related agreements and other deal-related documents. Assist in due diligence function and similar activities to be performed in connection with the evaluation of corporate transactions. Manage legal entity governance including maintaining data base of corporate directors, officers and other entity-specific information and maintaining minute books and similar records for all of the legal entities and developing of systems and processes to automate and/or streamline such management. Draft legal documents to effectuate corporate procedures and coordinate the execution and filing of such documents. Coordinate signings and closings of corporate transactions including by forming companies, preparing closing documents, monitoring entity good standing and coordinating execution. Prepare, coordinate signatures of and file periodic Securities and Exchange Commission and NYSE reports and other filings including Section 16 insider reports. Assist other members of the legal department across various lines of business and members of other corporate departments (such as tax, accounting, finance etc.) with RFP responses and questions regarding corporate entities, directors and officers and related matters.

The candidate should have a J.D. and 3 years of relevant legal experience at either a law firm or company. Should have 1 year of the law firm or in-house experience with SEC-related processes and filings. Attention to detail and exceptional organizational skills as well as persistence and professionalism. Superior analytical ability and good drafting skills with strong communication (written and oral) and interpersonal skills including the ability to work as part of a small team. A self-starter with an ability to multi-task, set priorities in the face of competing demands and meet deadlines. Possess the ability to request and use discretion in working with confidential information regarding Aramark and its transactional counterparties. Advanced Word, Excel, and PowerPoint skills. Ability to learn other types of software.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2022-04-23

Corporate Compliance And Contracts Counsel

Trevose PA Corporate Compliance and Contracts Counsel Duties: Review federal, state and regulatory requirements and provide legal guidance to Company to minimize legal and regulatory exposure. Create and review policies and procedures with Compliance department. Review debt collection letters to ensure compliance with state and federal laws. Review CCPA, GDPR and other privacy laws and ensure operational compliance in all consumer-facing communication channels, including agent calls, web-based payment portal, mobile applications, texting and email. Draft and review MSAs, SOWs, LOI, NDAs and licensing agreements to comply with corporate guidelines. Escalate to department heads and CEO, where needed. Review government Requests for Proposals (RFPs) and assist with drafting and responding to bid proposals.

Qualifications: Juris Doctor (J.D.) Degree. Admission to Bar in a state where located. 5+ years of legal experience in a contracts and compliance role. Experience in debt collection or financial services industry preferred. Experience with a contract management tool, such as DocuSign. Experience in a multi-site organization is a plus. Proficiency with MS Office products (Outlook, Word, Teams, Excel). Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Excellent organization skills. Ability to prioritize and meet deadlines. The ability to work well both independently and in a group.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-04-22

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
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# PMZW168125
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will negotiate SaaS, software license, services and vendor contracts, NDAs, privacy, and related agreements, working closely with the field to ensure transactions help achieve business goals within acceptable risk tolerances and by corporate policies. Design, develop and draft global partner and alliance program documents and agreements. Negotiate OEM and other partnership agreements and related matters. Interface with sales, services, management, and other business stakeholders to provide general support on legal issues. Anticipate problems and identify solutions/initiate actions to minimize risk and resolve in accordance with company policies. Support other business lines as necessary, such as global education and consulting services, and the public sector, with form agreements, policies, and procedures and negotiating contracts. Collaborate with legal colleagues and business stakeholders with respect to contract templates, manuals, policies, or other materials and ensure regional/global consistency. Provide training and enablement to the legal team, field sales, and operations. Special projects as needed.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree with demonstrated achievement from an accredited law school and be admitted to a State Bar. Must have 3+ years of transactional experience, including significant experience with SaaS and software agreements. Preference for experience at a software company or in a technology-related practice at a reputable law firm. Privacy law experience is a plus. Strong written and verbal skills as well as communication and negotiation skills. Business level Portuguese or Spanish is a plus. Independent thinking and strong analytic skills and business acumen are required. Should be an efficient, collaborative, and organized worker with an ability to multitask on a multitude of matters under significant time pressure with attention to detail. Should be ready to travel to the office for meetings when needed.
 
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Corporate Attorney
Refer job# WUMS168084
 
- North America Duties: Manage legal aspects of P3 project bids from qualification phase through financial close. Liaise with external legal counsel and internal bid directors/managers; communicate diligently, and attend legal and commercial meetings and

Qualifications: Juris Doctor (J.D.) or Bachelors in Law (LL. B.) required. Should have 5-10 years of experience in a corporate law setting. Experience in P3, real estate development, and/or project finance transactions preferred. Must have strong verbal and written communication skills, and analytical, and organizational abilities. Capability to work in a fast-paced environment and adept at supporting multiple team members with changing responsibilities. Proficiency in computer knowledge with Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, and Excel) required. Ability to travel as necessary throughout the company's North American footprint. Ability to provide strategic vision into concrete plans of action.
 
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Vp, Corporate Counsel, Individual Life & Enabling Solutions
Refer job# VLWW167857
 
VP, Corporate Counsel, Individual Life & Enabling Solutions Duties: A key member of a high performing, highly collaborative legal team that is responsible for managing a wide array of legal matters that arise in connection with the operational aspects of the manufacture, distribution, and administration of individual life and annuity products sold by Prudential's businesses, supporting Prudential's transformation to modernize customer service, including enhancement of digital capabilities, and optimization of outsourcing and third party administration relationships, and cross-business or business unit-specific initiatives and special projects. Providing legal and regulatory advice to Prudential's businesses in the ongoing administration, servicing and management of individual life and annuity products, including advice related to oversight and monitoring of vendor activities/relationships, electronic business platforms/interfaces and representation in associated cross-business regulatory inquiries and corporate initiatives. Interfacing with law, compliance and other control teams for other domestic business units supported by the service organization to maximize efficiencies, develop cross-business best practices and facilitate resolution of issues. Coordinating with applicable stakeholders to provide legal analysis and advice in connection with new and existing laws, the development/enhancement of processes and procedures, and regulatory examinations, audits and inquiries. Coordinating and providing legal analysis and advice relative to enterprise initiatives. Reviewing and drafting contracts, memoranda and other documentation relating to the administration and servicing of insurance products, related business groups, vendors and distributing partners. Reviewing and providing advice on communications to customers and distribution partners as related to state regulatory, operational and administrative aspects of the businesses. Assisting in the creation and introduction of new products, as well as modifications to existing products and services relative to state regulatory, operational and administrative aspects. Keeping senior business management and other personnel apprised of pertinent legal and regulatory developments. Performing special projects as assigned by senior Law department management.

Qualifications: Ability to work independently on complex issues and adapt quickly to address the needs of business clients in a highly scrutinized and constantly evolving regulatory environment in a collaborative and risk appropriate manner. Must have 6-10+ years of sophisticated corporate, law firm, in-house and/or regulatory legal experience. Prior experience involving state insurance and other laws and regulations applicable to or litigation involving annuities and/or life insurance or other retail financial service companies or products, e-commerce, outsourcing and third-party administrators, FINRA rules, the Investment Company Act of 1940, the Securities Act of 1933, and/or the Securities Act of 1934 will be favorably considered but not required. Relationship Building and Interpersonal Skills: able to build solid and constructive relationships with key stakeholders at all levels across the organization, including senior executives, peers, and colleagues; successfully operates across cultures, complex organizational structures, and multi-functional teams to drive alignment and achieve goals; demonstrates strong executive presence with excellent consultative skills. Business and Financial Acumen: able to understand the strategic business and financial needs of the company including knowledge of current and possible future policies, practices, trends, and information affecting the business and organization; understands the needs of customers, the broader marketplace and how to leverage business insights to drive outcomes. Seeks to understand the trends impacting customers, competition, and marketplace. Is personally and emotionally invested in understanding the customers' needs and feelings. Takes a broad view of the environment to identify opportunities. Is recognized as a thought leader. Possesses an innovative, insightful mindset with a willingness to learn as well as challenge the status quo; proven ability to prioritize, adapt and execute proactively and successfully. Uses rigorous logic to analyze and understand why problems occur; leverages innovative thinking to assist the business in generating and implementing creative, cost effective and realistic solutions that create business impact. Leverages a combination of strong verbal and written communication skills, highly developed emotional intelligence, savvy navigation of complex business structures, well developed executive presence and data fluency to drive decision-making; gains support and commitment from others; mobilizes people to action. Focuses on creating an environment of honesty, inclusion and respect for others; openness to and champions differing ideas and perspectives; collaborates in a fully inclusive manner. Consciously works to understand change and people impact; embraces and leads through transformational change; desires to ensure associate engagement and stability in teams. Coordinates with key stakeholders to achieve risk smart operations solutions.
 
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Counsel, Corporate And Securities
Refer job# EFCF167732
 
Counsel, Corporate and Securities The candidate will assist with securities law filings, corporate governance, various contracts and other general legal issues, in each case, for and its various sponsored investment products. Support large complex corporate transactions, with exposure to financing, derivatives, securities/capital markets and corporate/M&A work. Assist with structuring, documenting, negotiating, closing and maintaining financings (including loan facilities, securitizations, debt capital markets transactions and derivatives transactions). A JD is required, with strong academic credentials. Should have 2-4 years of experience working at a large law firm or in-house. Understanding of finance and corporate transactions preferred. Prior exposure to the Investment Company Act of 1940 is preferred. Seasoned judgment, strong work ethic and high ethical standards. Efficient self-starter with a proven interest in professional growth.
 
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Corporate Counsel - Hospital Business Unit
Refer job# UMSJ167750
 
Corporate Counsel - Hospital Business Unit Duties: Operate as counsel, including risk counselor, for assigned in-line and pipeline products on a global basis, as well as assigned business teams, along with other related legal responsibilities in support of the PBG. Understand the strategic and tactical objectives of the relevant commercial, medical, development, or patient engagement teams and develop creative and thoughtful solutions to key initiatives, taking into account current legal and regulatory landscapes, the Company policies and procedures and the current and future needs of the PBG and the Company as a whole. Advise on contracting and transactional issues, and engage with contracting counterparties as needed. Support medical and commercial development for assigned products, including: Regulatory and medical strategies; Product safety and risk-mitigation activities; Label development; Market development; Product communication activities; Proactive benefit: risk development and maintenance, including Medical Governance activities. Liaise with litigation, IP, and transactional partners on ongoing litigations and disputes, and ensure timely updates to business lead to drive these matters to resolution. Support US marketing and sales for assigned products, including: Advertising and promotion and all product communication strategies; Healthcare law compliance; Risk assessment and mitigation planning; Ongoing compliance monitoring. Collaborate with international platform colleagues on business strategies and practices being implemented in their markets, along with numerous competitor issues. Ensure compliance with legal policies and procedures, controls and statutory requirements within relevant business areas. Work constructively and collaboratively with other members of the Company's Legal Division, legal staff, business colleagues and compliance professionals.

Qualifications: A Bachelor's Degree and Juris Doctorate or equivalent law degree. 5+ years of legal and/or compliance experience, with 3+ years in the pharmaceutical or biotech industry, including experience in regulatory law and commercial/medical-related matters. Thorough understanding of regulatory and legal frameworks governing the sales and marketing of approved medicines, and regulatory framework for investigational medicines. Ability to support Team Leaders within the organization. Ability to grasp statutory and regulatory concepts quickly, and to proactively identify and analyze potential legal issues and provide thoughtful and creative business-focused legal advice and solutions. Proven capacity to cultivate strong client relationships and successfully influence leadership in a fast-paced, innovative business climate. Ability to: Gain deep understanding of business strategies and actively counsel on business and legal approaches and opportunities; Devise and deliver tailored training programs to key client groups on a range of legal, policy and compliance matters; Anticipate, develop and advocate positions on important regulatory policy and external environment matters impacting Pfizer's business objectives; Build networks throughout the Pfizer Legal Division and the company, and receive input from and collaborate with attorneys and other colleagues providing platform services, including colleagues supporting procurement, patent law, litigation, regulatory, medical, commercial business units, R&D and compliance; Track record of accountability and sound judgment, including the ability to take ownership of and move projects to closure; Excellent drafting and negotiation skills with an eye for detail combined with pragmatism/sound judgment; Excellent communication skills to convey complex legal issues to clients in a clear and concise manner.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# PAPA167702
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will handle transactional work, including drafting and negotiating complex SaaS and software license agreements, consulting services agreements, and vendor agreements, as well as general advisory support on intellectual property matters, privacy compliance, and related issues. Will actively support the company's global partner and alliance programs, including the public sector. Work with global stakeholders, with transactional work focused in the Americas. Negotiate SaaS, software license, services and vendor contracts, NDAs, privacy, and related agreements, working closely with the field to ensure transactions help achieve business goals within acceptable risk tolerances and by corporate policies. Design, develop and draft global partner and alliance program documents and agreements. Negotiate OEM and other partner agreements and related matters. Interface with sales, services, management, and other business stakeholders to provide general support on legal issues. Anticipate problems and identify solutions/initiate actions to minimize risk and resolve in accordance with company policies. Support other business lines as necessary, such as global education and consulting services, and the public sector, with form agreements, policies, and procedures and negotiating contracts. Collaborate with legal colleagues and business stakeholders with respect to contract templates, manuals, policies, or other materials and ensure regional/global consistency. Provide training and enablement to the legal team, field sales, and operations.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree with demonstrated achievement from an accredited law school and be admitted to a State Bar. Must have 3+ years of transactional experience, including significant experience with SaaS and software agreements. Preference for experience at a software company or in a technology-related practice at a reputable law firm. Privacy law experience is a plus. Business-level Portuguese or Spanish is a plus. Should be able to travel to the office for meetings when needed.
 
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Corporate Counsel - Commercial
Refer job# WUNR167574
 
Corporate Counsel - Commercial Duties: Provide legal counsel, advice, and guidance for the Company's commercial operations in North America. Be a counselor, with a good amount of work being on sales side contract negotiation. Counsel on risks and ways to mitigate and help advance the business. Counsel the business in the form of proactive legal advice. Counsel on ways to be more efficient in processes and procedures through innovation, training, and education.

Required Qualifications: Law Degree. 4+ years of experience in a law firm or in-house legal role. Licensed to practice law in Minnesota, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, or Texas or the ability to obtain an in-house License. Track record of motivating change across a matrix organization. Proficient with commercial law and/or contracts. Developed drafting skills with keen attention to detail. Outstanding interpersonal skills verbal and written able to capture relevant information and optimally document and articulate findings. Skilled in problem-solving and analytical reasoning. Preferred Qualifications: Experience with FED/SLED sales. Experience with software licensing. Experience with technology transactions.
 
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Counsel - Corporate
Refer job# MUSP167505
 
Counsel - Corporate The candidate will assist the other members of the corporate group with corporate governance matters and Board operations including preparation of materials for Board meetings. Assist in drafting and filing of SEC documents including Form 10-Qs, Form 10-K and proxy. Interact with Accounting and Human Resources Department in connection with the same. Attend and prepare minutes for meetings of the Disclosure Committee. Review, draft and negotiate various corporate agreements including non-disclosure agreements, engagement letters, M&A related agreements and other deal-related documents. Assist in due diligence function and similar activities to be performed in connection with the evaluation of corporate transactions. Manage legal entity governance including maintaining data base of corporate directors, officers and other entity-specific information and maintaining minute books and similar records for all of the legal entities and developing of systems and processes to automate and/or streamline such management. Draft legal documents to effectuate corporate procedures and coordinate the execution and filing of such documents. Coordinate signings and closings of corporate transactions including by forming companies, preparing closing documents, monitoring entity good standing and coordinating execution. Prepare, coordinate signatures of and file periodic Securities and Exchange Commission and NYSE reports and other filings including Section 16 insider reports. Assist other members of the legal department across various lines of business and members of other corporate departments (such as tax, accounting, finance etc.) with RFP responses and questions regarding corporate entities, directors and officers and related matters.

The candidate should have a J.D. and 3 years of relevant legal experience at either a law firm or company. Should have 1 year of the law firm or in-house experience with SEC-related processes and filings. Attention to detail and exceptional organizational skills as well as persistence and professionalism. Superior analytical ability and good drafting skills with strong communication (written and oral) and interpersonal skills including the ability to work as part of a small team. A self-starter with an ability to multi-task, set priorities in the face of competing demands and meet deadlines. Possess the ability to request and use discretion in working with confidential information regarding Aramark and its transactional counterparties. Advanced Word, Excel, and PowerPoint skills. Ability to learn other types of software.
 
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Corporate Compliance And Contracts Counsel
Refer job# DIHF167458
 
Corporate Compliance and Contracts Counsel Duties: Review federal, state and regulatory requirements and provide legal guidance to Company to minimize legal and regulatory exposure. Create and review policies and procedures with Compliance department. Review debt collection letters to ensure compliance with state and federal laws. Review CCPA, GDPR and other privacy laws and ensure operational compliance in all consumer-facing communication channels, including agent calls, web-based payment portal, mobile applications, texting and email. Draft and review MSAs, SOWs, LOI, NDAs and licensing agreements to comply with corporate guidelines. Escalate to department heads and CEO, where needed. Review government Requests for Proposals (RFPs) and assist with drafting and responding to bid proposals.

Qualifications: Juris Doctor (J.D.) Degree. Admission to Bar in a state where located. 5+ years of legal experience in a contracts and compliance role. Experience in debt collection or financial services industry preferred. Experience with a contract management tool, such as DocuSign. Experience in a multi-site organization is a plus. Proficiency with MS Office products (Outlook, Word, Teams, Excel). Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Excellent organization skills. Ability to prioritize and meet deadlines. The ability to work well both independently and in a group.
 
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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.
 
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