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Corporate Counsel - Commercial Transactions

Philadelphia PA Corporate Counsel - Commercial Transactions The candidate will be the company's go to expert for commercial contracting matters. In partnership with internal business stakeholders, will be responsible for leading the legal review, drafting, and negotiation of a wide range of contracts and agreements with outside vendors and other third parties. Will also be responsible for building out commercial contracting processes, supervising a team of commercial paralegals, and managing and improving the company's contract management system. Be the company's go to expert for commercial contracting matters. Coordinate with other legal team experts as the quarterback to draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of complex commercial agreements, including technology, hardware, services, cloud, consultant, license, manufacturing, and procurement agreements. Identify and evaluate business and legal risks in transactions, and find creative ways to mitigate them while achieving business goals. Create and improve agreement templates, trainings, processes, and other resources and ensure contract terms and conditions are consistent with internal policies and goals. Manage the company's contract management system and drive initiatives to continue process integration with the other business units. Supervise, mentor, and maximize the effectiveness of commercial paralegals to build an efficient commercial contracting review process for the company. Must have 7+ years of experience handling a broad range of commercial contracts. Should be admitted to and in good standing with a US State Bar. Must have extensive lead-attorney experience in negotiating and drafting contracts, with an eye towards both legal and financial/commercial issues. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-24

Corporate Counsel

Trevose PA Corporate Counsel Duties: Draft and negotiate complex commercial contracts in support of commercial transactions, review commercial terms for RFP and tenders. Respond to escalations of commercial terms and guide contract manager(s) from Commercial Services. Provide training and updates to playbook. Ensure all Stakeholders fully understand Contract requirements. Support contracting strategies relative to amendments of terms and conditions, draft SOWs and contract amendments. Develop supportive relationships and manage expectations of key internal and external (customer) stakeholders. Collaborate with Commercial Services, Sales, Operations, Finance, HR, Quality, Group Legal. Oversee outside counsel for litigation and agency matters. Draft NDA agreements, employment and independent contractor agreements, conduct due diligence and participate in integration of new entities, as required. Respond to Quality audits, complete HIPAA compliance reports. Advise on health and welfare and employee benefits. Support corporate governance and record keeping, as needed. Recommend and drive process changes to enhance efficiency.

Qualifications: Must have 5-10 years of experience at a law firm or in-house legal department, with a minimum of 3 years negotiating contracts. JD with excellent law school credentials. Licensed to practice in PA or CA, preferred, or be eligible for licensure as a registered in-house counsel. Ability to influence stakeholders to comply with competing commercial processes. Solid understanding of contract drafting, negotiation, and procurement. High level of PC literacy (especially Microsoft Office suite), business writing and verbal communication skills. Commercial acumen, as well as knowledge of commercial contracts law. Conceptual and process thinking, decision making, attention to detail, ability to evaluate options, and learn new commercial processes. Working knowledge of data privacy and data processing, preferred. Familiarity with employee benefits/compensation, a plus.
Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2021-09-22

Associate Corporate Counsel

Philadelphia PA Associate Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Draft, review, and negotiate contracts and legal documents including service agreements, software licenses, Saas subscription agreements with a focus on privacy laws, indemnification, and insurance provisions. Draft and help prepare board and committee meeting materials, SEC filings and proxy materials. Assist with corporate governance matters and securities compliance. Assist with the planning and implementation of the organization's ESG strategies. Assist with pre-litigation claims and litigation matters involving personal injury, EEOC complaints, worker's compensation, fair housing complaints, construction claims, and liens. Research and advise on legal issues regarding fair housing, multi-family property operation, license and permit requirements and eviction laws. Provide supervision to outside lawyers hired to assist the corporation with their specialized legal services.

Qualifications: 4-7 years experience overall. Previous experience overseeing similar responsibilities within a similar industry a plus. Prior in-house experience is a plus. Strong commitment to quality of service and quality of work is required. Ability to be a reliable and positive team player is a must. Must be highly organized, detail oriented and able to work on multiple tasks at a time. Proficiency in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
Legal 4 - 7 Full-time 2021-09-18

Director Corporate Counsel, Commercialization & Franchise Strategy

Philadelphia PA Director Corporate Counsel, Commercialization & Franchise Strategy Serve as primary legal support and trusted business partner for one or more brands and/or franchises and related business functions. This includes providing solutions-oriented legal advice and counsel on marketing, medical affairs, and regulatory strategies, promotional tactics and materials, direct-to-consumer advertising campaigns and programs, FDA labeling, healthcare fraud and abuse laws, anti-kickback statute and other laws impacting the commercialization of pharmaceutical products in the U.S. Proactively identify potential legal risks; conduct thorough and reasoned analysis of complex legal issues, advising stakeholders in a manner that provides practical legal advice while properly managing risk to the organization. Serve as a legal representative on promotional materials review committee and provide legal review of franchise training materials and corporate communications related to franchise topics. Serve as legal representative on medical affairs materials review committee and serve as the legal representative on other corporate, marketing, and medical affairs committees on an as-needed basis. Guide colleagues on appropriate relationships with healthcare professionals, patients, managed care entities, healthcare organizations and government officials and entities. Apply legal expertise, drafting, and negotiation skills to counsel and support franchise team(s) to effectively manage risks on contractual matters, including review and negotiation of legal agreements related to franchise projects and programs, commercial contracts, vendor agreements, service agreements, and consulting agreements. Create and deliver training and other presentations to business partners and other members of team on legal topics and other relevant subjects. Partner with Legal department colleagues in executing and enhancing corporate and department objectives. Keep informed of new laws, regulations, and industry trends to identify any potentials impacts to the organization.

Qualifications: U.S. JD Degree; active law license in at least one U.S. jurisdiction. 7+ years of experience in-house or with a law firm, supporting clients in the biotech or pharmaceutical industry. Experience in working with the pharmaceutical or biotech industry is required. Experience advising clients on laws and regulations governing the pharmaceutical industry, including but not limited to FDA regulations, False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute, OIG guidance, the PhRMA Code, HIPAA, and product liability laws. Demonstrated familiarity with the broader legal issues facing pharmaceutical companies internationally. Must be self-motivated, proactive, strategic, and exhibit excellent judgment. Legal analysis and advice are well-reasoned and accurate, potential legal and compliance issues are consistently identified, Corporate Counsel takes ownership and responsibility for legal issues that arise with the franchise(s) and function(s) he or she supports. Adept at understanding of the motivation and needs of others and effectively communicating with a diverse audience, including senior leaders, in a manner that generates confidence and support for proposals/recommendations. Ability to create and deliver effective oral presentations, train, and educate stakeholders and members of the department on legal topics and issues. Excellent communication skills, both oral and written; ability to handle heavy workload for multiple clients; team player with strong interpersonal skills. High degree of personal, professional and corporate ethics, integrity and responsibility. Demonstrated leadership abilities and behaviors.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-18

Senior Corporate Counsel, Global Operations & Procurement

Conshohocken PA Senior Corporate Counsel, Global Operations & Procurement The candidate will serve as the primary point of contact/have primary responsibility for providing legal and contract support for operations and procurement-related matters. Will draft, review and negotiate a variety of contracts, ranging from the day-to-day/routine to highly complex transactions, including supply contracts, technology and software-related agreements, services agreements, intellectual property licenses and real estate leases. Work on a large volume of contracts at once. Develop and improve contract templates, policies and procedures. Interpret and advise with respect to rights and obligations under the Company's operations and procurement-related contracts. Monitor applicable laws, rules and regulations, as well as industry standards, and advise clients and other members of the Global Legal Team with respect to relevant changes and trends. Manage/oversee the handling of any disputes, conflicts and/or litigation that may arise from time to time with respect to the Company's operations and procurement-related contracts. Assist with the diligence of the Company's operations and procurement-related contracts as may be necessary from time to time. Collaborate with other members of the Global Legal Team, including with respect to issues requiring subject matter expertise, and oversee/leverage outside counsel, as needed. Should have Juris Doctorate from an ABA-accredited law school and licensed to practice in at least one of the United States. Must have 8+ years of legal experience that includes drafting, reviewing and negotiating various commercial contracts related to the procurement of goods and services. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-17

Counsel, Corporate Transactional Attorney

Philadelphia PA Counsel, Corporate Transactional Attorney The candidate will be providing legal support on a wide variety of matters, including information technology, intellectual property, outsourcing, real estate, financial services agreements, and general corporate and vendor transactions, in support of the company's Global Operations, Information Technology, Real Estate, Procurement, and other support groups. Must have graduated with a Juris Doctor degree in the top of their class from an accredited top-tier law school, be admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania and/or New Jersey. Should have 5 years of relevant experience in a law firm and/or an in-house law department, with for-profit in-house experience preferred; 5+ years of legal negotiations and agreement drafting experience. Experience in negotiating and drafting vendor and other third-party agreements, including technology, real estate, software licensing, procurement, and other service provider arrangements are needed. Experience with drafting and negotiating real estate office leases, large-scale technology, and outsourcing agreements, and related master services agreements is required. Experience with digital, software-as-a-service, and artificial intelligence engagements and related agreements is preferred. Strong negotiating, financial, analytical, interpersonal and influence management skills is necessary. Strong organizational, multitasking and prioritization skills; ability to manage multiple projects in a dynamic, fast-paced environment; ability to manage others and drive results. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and proven ability to work effectively with teams. Strong technical skills and knowledge of MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and SharePoint. Should be flexible and adaptable to evolving organizational demands. Excellent ability to drive results; strong presentation skills; strong attention to detail. Must have the ability to competently manage multiple projects and transactions; project management skills; strong personal accountability, follow-up, and initiative; intelligence and creative problem-solving ability; the ability to balance business and legal needs; and strong communication skills (oral, written and presentation). Proven ability to effectively manage both upward and downward communication through the organization, a diverse staff of employees, and to successfully influence outcomes is a prerequisite. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-15

Senior Corporate Counsel, Global R&d

Philadelphia PA Senior Corporate Counsel, Global R&D The candidate will provide (non-IP) legal advice and counsel on issues impacting clinical research and development such as informed consent, CRO arrangements, patient recruitment activities, contract arrangements with investigators, clinical research vendors, and other collaborative research groups, IND submissions, CMC and GxP matters, and many other legal aspects of regulatory compliance involved in R&D activities. Intellectual property advice and counsel is not in scope for this role. Will utilize strong business acumen and legal expertise to proactively identify, analyze, and navigate potential legal and compliance issues and risk within areas of responsibility and formulate and communicate compliant and practical solutions that meet business objectives. Review, interpret, negotiate, and draft various clinical study-related agreements, technology transfers, and licensing agreements with academic institutions and strategic partners. Create and deliver effective training and other presentations to stakeholders and other members of the department on legal topics and other relevant subjects. Proactively identify the need for, draft, and provide legal advice on corporate policies, SOPs, and guidance documents. Serve as part of matrixed teams involved in R&D-related activities and collaborate effectively, find common ground, and build alignment with relevant stakeholders. Partner with other members in the Legal and Compliance Departments to ensure consistency in approach across areas of the overall business and providing support for areas outside of their primary areas of responsibility as needed. Contribute to strategic planning with partners and colleagues to optimize the implementation of clinical studies and other medical research activities. Keep informed of new laws, regulations, and industry trends affecting the organization. Establish strong partnership relationships with global research and development teams, as well as key cross functional teams engaged in development activities characterized by a high-level of collaboration and mutual respect. Drive increased efficiency, coordination, and effectiveness of legal advice, processes, and support to meet the needs of the business and other key stakeholders. Lead and drive special projects and cross-functional teams that have a broader impact on the organization. Partner with Legal Department colleagues in executing and enhancing corporate and department objectives. Mentor and take an interest in developing more junior members of the team and department. Create transparent and reliable lines of communication with legal department leadership and business partners, ensuring that project developments are shared in a timely manner. Review and provide feedback on proposed regulation or legislation and assess impact on Jazz business operations. Define, direct, and manage the work of outside counsel and other legal vendors. This role may be responsible for managing one or more Legal Specialists

The candidate should have 10+ 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. Must be recognized as a technical expert in advising clients on FDA regulatory compliance, GxP, and other matters relating to clinical trials and research and development activities. Demonstrated broad and deep understanding of pharmaceutical industry and regulatory enforcement environment, including fluency in understanding of anti-kickback laws, fraud and abuse laws, and regulations and regulatory guidance by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration and other regulatory authorities relating to clinical trials, medical activities, pharmacovigilance, manufacturing, and regulatory interactions is required. U.S. Juris Doctorate (J.D.) degree. active law license in at least one U.S. jurisdiction is preferred.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-09

Senior Counsel - Corporate, Securities and Finance

Exton PA Senior Counsel - Corporate, Securities and Finance The candidate will lead corporate governance, securities, and financial management activities. Will work closely with senior executives across the organization and also the Board of Directors. Report to the Associate General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, and work closely with the Executive Vice President, Chief Corporate Development Officer, and Chief Legal Officer. Lead the company's efforts to ensure compliance with SEC and NYSE rules and regulations, including the '33 and '34 Acts. Lead/co-lead the company's efforts to prepare necessary materials relating to all public filings, including 10-Ks, 10-Qs 8-Ks, and Registration Statements. Develop a strategy to ensure the success and seamless operation of Board and Committee meetings, including drafting resolutions and minutes. Develop company strategy and provide legal counsel on corporate governance matters. Responsible for execution and disclosure of the Director's compensation program, including Form 3 and 4 filings. Responsible for proper disclosure of ongoing Executive Compensation-related matters, including Section 16 filings. Ensure maintenance of corporate governance records for parent and subsidiaries, including supervising the ongoing administration of domestic and foreign subsidiaries. Guide legal due diligence for all corporate finance transactions, including scope and execution of diligence plan, leading company management calls, and engage teams of specialists and outside counsel. Develop strategy and execute the company's plans to establish and qualify both domestic and foreign subsidiary companies. Provide legal counsel on securities law issues, including with regard to corporate insider trading policy and Regulation FD. Support the Managing Director, M&A, and Ventures and Senior Counsel - M&A and Ventures with respect to M&A activities and strategic transactions, including HSR filings. Work with finance and treasury group, including with regard to credit facilities. Work with tax group, including with regard to reorganization transactions. Provide legal counsel on a broad range of corporate legal matters as necessary. Must have 6-12 years of experience in securities, corporate, finance, and transactional work at a nationally accredited law firm and/or in-house. Experience working within the technology sector or for a technology company is a plus. Legal 6 - 12 Full-time 2021-09-08

Corporate Counsel

Homestead PA Parks Support Center - Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Provide a wide range of legal services and advice to a multi-park theme park operator, with a primary focus on contractual, real estate, licensing and operational issues. Draft, negotiate and track company contracts and related documents across a broad spectrum, including agreements covering vendors, suppliers and consultants, marketing and advertising, technology, equipment purchases, live entertainment, food & beverage and retail matters. Manage the company's legal needs in connection with its real estate affairs, including matters related to both owned and leased park properties, and provide counsel on seasonal housing for workers and various land use issues. Work closely with the IT department on employee and guest data privacy matters and PCI compliance issues. Provide legal advice to the Sales, Marketing and PR departments related to sales contracting, marketing initiatives, advertising and sweepstakes compliance. Keep all park licensing obligations up-to-date, including those related to liquor licenses and music licensing agreements. Maintain and update corporate record books, draft entity resolutions and oversee the filing of annual reports. Manage and protect the company's trademark and copyright portfolio. Consult with General Managers and other park personnel and assist in drafting and maintaining policies and procedures related to park operational matters, including those related to ride safety and guest accessibility. Protect the company's interests in litigated matters, including working directly with outside counsel on case management and strategy. Work closely with the Human Resources department and provide counseling on a full array of employment and labor law issues. Assist with corporate compliance matters, including reviewing ethics complaints, conducting legal trainings and preparing compliance reports for the company's international parent entities and board of directors and third party auditors. Assist with matters handled by the Risk Management department, including personal injury claims and lawsuits, insurance placement and workers compensation claims. Assist the General Counsel and the Legal department on a wide range of other issues depending on the critical needs of the company.

Qualifications: College Degree, JD Degree (law degree), and licensed or eligible to practice in Pennsylvania. 7+ years experience in a wide range of legal disciplines. Must have a strong contract drafting and negotiation background. Theme park or hospitality industry experience preferred. Fluent English. Highly developed interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills, including presentation skills; ability to communicate clearly, concisely and persuasively with a wide range of diverse personnel.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-02

Corporate Counsel / Attorney

Harrisburg PA Corporate Counsel / Attorney The candidate provides advice and counsel to professionals on legal, risk, and compliance questions that arise in connection with the firm's projects and services. Performs contract review and provides advice and negotiation support to project teams for project agreements with public and private clients, teaming and joint venture partners, subconsultants and vendors. Serves as a key advisor to the firm's technology and consulting services division by providing, among other things, review and negotiation support on technology consulting agreements (e.g., software licensing and service level agreements, reseller agreements). Partners with outside counsel to evaluate and address legal issues arising in connection with the firm's cross-border activities and international projects in various geographies, including Canada and other foreign jurisdictions. Supports senior attorneys on mergers & acquisitions, joint ventures, entity formation and organizational activities undertaken by affiliated companies. Coordinates with other corporate groups (e.g., safety, accounting, HR, IT) to assist with development and implementation of corporate policies and processes. Assists with legal matters assigned by the General Counsel, including claims and litigation management, employment matters, collections, research projects, compliance and risk, and corporate governance. Should be Law school graduate (Juris Doctor/J.D.) from an accredited US Law School. Should have active State Bar License and member and in good standing of a state bar. Must have 5 years of practice as an attorney. Should have ability to collaborate with other members of the legal team and corporate administrative professionals (e.g., accounting, human resources, marketing) to develop coordinated responses and provide efficient, high quality service to internal business clients.s Experience advising corporate clients at a law firm or in-house law department. Should preferably have Strong academic credentials. Knowledge and experience in one or more of the following areas strongly preferred: Previous experience advising and representing clients in the engineering, architecture or construction industry. Understanding of traditional and alternative project delivery methods for infrastructure projects, including design-bid-build, design-build, P3, EPC, and CM@R. Experience with information technology consulting service offerings and products (SaaS, cloud-based systems), and contracting approaches. Familiarity with commercial insurance, particularly professional liability products, coverage, and claims; Experience working with international companies/affiliates on issues arising from global and cross-border transactions (e.g., immigration, foreign professional licensing requirements, anti-bribery and export compliance, etc.). Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2021-08-30
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Corporate Counsel - Commercial Transactions
Refer job# HEBV162281
 
Corporate Counsel - Commercial Transactions The candidate will be the company's go to expert for commercial contracting matters. In partnership with internal business stakeholders, will be responsible for leading the legal review, drafting, and negotiation of a wide range of contracts and agreements with outside vendors and other third parties. Will also be responsible for building out commercial contracting processes, supervising a team of commercial paralegals, and managing and improving the company's contract management system. Be the company's go to expert for commercial contracting matters. Coordinate with other legal team experts as the quarterback to draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of complex commercial agreements, including technology, hardware, services, cloud, consultant, license, manufacturing, and procurement agreements. Identify and evaluate business and legal risks in transactions, and find creative ways to mitigate them while achieving business goals. Create and improve agreement templates, trainings, processes, and other resources and ensure contract terms and conditions are consistent with internal policies and goals. Manage the company's contract management system and drive initiatives to continue process integration with the other business units. Supervise, mentor, and maximize the effectiveness of commercial paralegals to build an efficient commercial contracting review process for the company. Must have 7+ years of experience handling a broad range of commercial contracts. Should be admitted to and in good standing with a US State Bar. Must have extensive lead-attorney experience in negotiating and drafting contracts, with an eye towards both legal and financial/commercial issues.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# KYEA162085
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Draft and negotiate complex commercial contracts in support of commercial transactions, review commercial terms for RFP and tenders. Respond to escalations of commercial terms and guide contract manager(s) from Commercial Services. Provide training and updates to playbook. Ensure all Stakeholders fully understand Contract requirements. Support contracting strategies relative to amendments of terms and conditions, draft SOWs and contract amendments. Develop supportive relationships and manage expectations of key internal and external (customer) stakeholders. Collaborate with Commercial Services, Sales, Operations, Finance, HR, Quality, Group Legal. Oversee outside counsel for litigation and agency matters. Draft NDA agreements, employment and independent contractor agreements, conduct due diligence and participate in integration of new entities, as required. Respond to Quality audits, complete HIPAA compliance reports. Advise on health and welfare and employee benefits. Support corporate governance and record keeping, as needed. Recommend and drive process changes to enhance efficiency.

Qualifications: Must have 5-10 years of experience at a law firm or in-house legal department, with a minimum of 3 years negotiating contracts. JD with excellent law school credentials. Licensed to practice in PA or CA, preferred, or be eligible for licensure as a registered in-house counsel. Ability to influence stakeholders to comply with competing commercial processes. Solid understanding of contract drafting, negotiation, and procurement. High level of PC literacy (especially Microsoft Office suite), business writing and verbal communication skills. Commercial acumen, as well as knowledge of commercial contracts law. Conceptual and process thinking, decision making, attention to detail, ability to evaluate options, and learn new commercial processes. Working knowledge of data privacy and data processing, preferred. Familiarity with employee benefits/compensation, a plus.
 
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Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# EXHR161925
 
Associate Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Draft, review, and negotiate contracts and legal documents including service agreements, software licenses, Saas subscription agreements with a focus on privacy laws, indemnification, and insurance provisions. Draft and help prepare board and committee meeting materials, SEC filings and proxy materials. Assist with corporate governance matters and securities compliance. Assist with the planning and implementation of the organization's ESG strategies. Assist with pre-litigation claims and litigation matters involving personal injury, EEOC complaints, worker's compensation, fair housing complaints, construction claims, and liens. Research and advise on legal issues regarding fair housing, multi-family property operation, license and permit requirements and eviction laws. Provide supervision to outside lawyers hired to assist the corporation with their specialized legal services.

Qualifications: 4-7 years experience overall. Previous experience overseeing similar responsibilities within a similar industry a plus. Prior in-house experience is a plus. Strong commitment to quality of service and quality of work is required. Ability to be a reliable and positive team player is a must. Must be highly organized, detail oriented and able to work on multiple tasks at a time. Proficiency in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
 
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Director Corporate Counsel, Commercialization & Franchise Strategy
Refer job# NMFT161969
 
Director Corporate Counsel, Commercialization & Franchise Strategy Serve as primary legal support and trusted business partner for one or more brands and/or franchises and related business functions. This includes providing solutions-oriented legal advice and counsel on marketing, medical affairs, and regulatory strategies, promotional tactics and materials, direct-to-consumer advertising campaigns and programs, FDA labeling, healthcare fraud and abuse laws, anti-kickback statute and other laws impacting the commercialization of pharmaceutical products in the U.S. Proactively identify potential legal risks; conduct thorough and reasoned analysis of complex legal issues, advising stakeholders in a manner that provides practical legal advice while properly managing risk to the organization. Serve as a legal representative on promotional materials review committee and provide legal review of franchise training materials and corporate communications related to franchise topics. Serve as legal representative on medical affairs materials review committee and serve as the legal representative on other corporate, marketing, and medical affairs committees on an as-needed basis. Guide colleagues on appropriate relationships with healthcare professionals, patients, managed care entities, healthcare organizations and government officials and entities. Apply legal expertise, drafting, and negotiation skills to counsel and support franchise team(s) to effectively manage risks on contractual matters, including review and negotiation of legal agreements related to franchise projects and programs, commercial contracts, vendor agreements, service agreements, and consulting agreements. Create and deliver training and other presentations to business partners and other members of team on legal topics and other relevant subjects. Partner with Legal department colleagues in executing and enhancing corporate and department objectives. Keep informed of new laws, regulations, and industry trends to identify any potentials impacts to the organization.

Qualifications: U.S. JD Degree; active law license in at least one U.S. jurisdiction. 7+ years of experience in-house or with a law firm, supporting clients in the biotech or pharmaceutical industry. Experience in working with the pharmaceutical or biotech industry is required. Experience advising clients on laws and regulations governing the pharmaceutical industry, including but not limited to FDA regulations, False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute, OIG guidance, the PhRMA Code, HIPAA, and product liability laws. Demonstrated familiarity with the broader legal issues facing pharmaceutical companies internationally. Must be self-motivated, proactive, strategic, and exhibit excellent judgment. Legal analysis and advice are well-reasoned and accurate, potential legal and compliance issues are consistently identified, Corporate Counsel takes ownership and responsibility for legal issues that arise with the franchise(s) and function(s) he or she supports. Adept at understanding of the motivation and needs of others and effectively communicating with a diverse audience, including senior leaders, in a manner that generates confidence and support for proposals/recommendations. Ability to create and deliver effective oral presentations, train, and educate stakeholders and members of the department on legal topics and issues. Excellent communication skills, both oral and written; ability to handle heavy workload for multiple clients; team player with strong interpersonal skills. High degree of personal, professional and corporate ethics, integrity and responsibility. Demonstrated leadership abilities and behaviors.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel, Global Operations & Procurement
Refer job# FXXB161879
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Global Operations & Procurement The candidate will serve as the primary point of contact/have primary responsibility for providing legal and contract support for operations and procurement-related matters. Will draft, review and negotiate a variety of contracts, ranging from the day-to-day/routine to highly complex transactions, including supply contracts, technology and software-related agreements, services agreements, intellectual property licenses and real estate leases. Work on a large volume of contracts at once. Develop and improve contract templates, policies and procedures. Interpret and advise with respect to rights and obligations under the Company's operations and procurement-related contracts. Monitor applicable laws, rules and regulations, as well as industry standards, and advise clients and other members of the Global Legal Team with respect to relevant changes and trends. Manage/oversee the handling of any disputes, conflicts and/or litigation that may arise from time to time with respect to the Company's operations and procurement-related contracts. Assist with the diligence of the Company's operations and procurement-related contracts as may be necessary from time to time. Collaborate with other members of the Global Legal Team, including with respect to issues requiring subject matter expertise, and oversee/leverage outside counsel, as needed. Should have Juris Doctorate from an ABA-accredited law school and licensed to practice in at least one of the United States. Must have 8+ years of legal experience that includes drafting, reviewing and negotiating various commercial contracts related to the procurement of goods and services.
 
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Counsel, Corporate Transactional Attorney
Refer job# KZCN161791
 
Counsel, Corporate Transactional Attorney The candidate will be providing legal support on a wide variety of matters, including information technology, intellectual property, outsourcing, real estate, financial services agreements, and general corporate and vendor transactions, in support of the company's Global Operations, Information Technology, Real Estate, Procurement, and other support groups. Must have graduated with a Juris Doctor degree in the top of their class from an accredited top-tier law school, be admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania and/or New Jersey. Should have 5 years of relevant experience in a law firm and/or an in-house law department, with for-profit in-house experience preferred; 5+ years of legal negotiations and agreement drafting experience. Experience in negotiating and drafting vendor and other third-party agreements, including technology, real estate, software licensing, procurement, and other service provider arrangements are needed. Experience with drafting and negotiating real estate office leases, large-scale technology, and outsourcing agreements, and related master services agreements is required. Experience with digital, software-as-a-service, and artificial intelligence engagements and related agreements is preferred. Strong negotiating, financial, analytical, interpersonal and influence management skills is necessary. Strong organizational, multitasking and prioritization skills; ability to manage multiple projects in a dynamic, fast-paced environment; ability to manage others and drive results. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and proven ability to work effectively with teams. Strong technical skills and knowledge of MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and SharePoint. Should be flexible and adaptable to evolving organizational demands. Excellent ability to drive results; strong presentation skills; strong attention to detail. Must have the ability to competently manage multiple projects and transactions; project management skills; strong personal accountability, follow-up, and initiative; intelligence and creative problem-solving ability; the ability to balance business and legal needs; and strong communication skills (oral, written and presentation). Proven ability to effectively manage both upward and downward communication through the organization, a diverse staff of employees, and to successfully influence outcomes is a prerequisite.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel, Global R&d
Refer job# YARL161665
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Global R&D The candidate will provide (non-IP) legal advice and counsel on issues impacting clinical research and development such as informed consent, CRO arrangements, patient recruitment activities, contract arrangements with investigators, clinical research vendors, and other collaborative research groups, IND submissions, CMC and GxP matters, and many other legal aspects of regulatory compliance involved in R&D activities. Intellectual property advice and counsel is not in scope for this role. Will utilize strong business acumen and legal expertise to proactively identify, analyze, and navigate potential legal and compliance issues and risk within areas of responsibility and formulate and communicate compliant and practical solutions that meet business objectives. Review, interpret, negotiate, and draft various clinical study-related agreements, technology transfers, and licensing agreements with academic institutions and strategic partners. Create and deliver effective training and other presentations to stakeholders and other members of the department on legal topics and other relevant subjects. Proactively identify the need for, draft, and provide legal advice on corporate policies, SOPs, and guidance documents. Serve as part of matrixed teams involved in R&D-related activities and collaborate effectively, find common ground, and build alignment with relevant stakeholders. Partner with other members in the Legal and Compliance Departments to ensure consistency in approach across areas of the overall business and providing support for areas outside of their primary areas of responsibility as needed. Contribute to strategic planning with partners and colleagues to optimize the implementation of clinical studies and other medical research activities. Keep informed of new laws, regulations, and industry trends affecting the organization. Establish strong partnership relationships with global research and development teams, as well as key cross functional teams engaged in development activities characterized by a high-level of collaboration and mutual respect. Drive increased efficiency, coordination, and effectiveness of legal advice, processes, and support to meet the needs of the business and other key stakeholders. Lead and drive special projects and cross-functional teams that have a broader impact on the organization. Partner with Legal Department colleagues in executing and enhancing corporate and department objectives. Mentor and take an interest in developing more junior members of the team and department. Create transparent and reliable lines of communication with legal department leadership and business partners, ensuring that project developments are shared in a timely manner. Review and provide feedback on proposed regulation or legislation and assess impact on Jazz business operations. Define, direct, and manage the work of outside counsel and other legal vendors. This role may be responsible for managing one or more Legal Specialists

The candidate should have 10+ 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. Must be recognized as a technical expert in advising clients on FDA regulatory compliance, GxP, and other matters relating to clinical trials and research and development activities. Demonstrated broad and deep understanding of pharmaceutical industry and regulatory enforcement environment, including fluency in understanding of anti-kickback laws, fraud and abuse laws, and regulations and regulatory guidance by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration and other regulatory authorities relating to clinical trials, medical activities, pharmacovigilance, manufacturing, and regulatory interactions is required. U.S. Juris Doctorate (J.D.) degree. active law license in at least one U.S. jurisdiction is preferred.
 
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Senior Counsel - Corporate, Securities and Finance
Refer job# MVKZ161614
 
Senior Counsel - Corporate, Securities and Finance The candidate will lead corporate governance, securities, and financial management activities. Will work closely with senior executives across the organization and also the Board of Directors. Report to the Associate General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, and work closely with the Executive Vice President, Chief Corporate Development Officer, and Chief Legal Officer. Lead the company's efforts to ensure compliance with SEC and NYSE rules and regulations, including the '33 and '34 Acts. Lead/co-lead the company's efforts to prepare necessary materials relating to all public filings, including 10-Ks, 10-Qs 8-Ks, and Registration Statements. Develop a strategy to ensure the success and seamless operation of Board and Committee meetings, including drafting resolutions and minutes. Develop company strategy and provide legal counsel on corporate governance matters. Responsible for execution and disclosure of the Director's compensation program, including Form 3 and 4 filings. Responsible for proper disclosure of ongoing Executive Compensation-related matters, including Section 16 filings. Ensure maintenance of corporate governance records for parent and subsidiaries, including supervising the ongoing administration of domestic and foreign subsidiaries. Guide legal due diligence for all corporate finance transactions, including scope and execution of diligence plan, leading company management calls, and engage teams of specialists and outside counsel. Develop strategy and execute the company's plans to establish and qualify both domestic and foreign subsidiary companies. Provide legal counsel on securities law issues, including with regard to corporate insider trading policy and Regulation FD. Support the Managing Director, M&A, and Ventures and Senior Counsel - M&A and Ventures with respect to M&A activities and strategic transactions, including HSR filings. Work with finance and treasury group, including with regard to credit facilities. Work with tax group, including with regard to reorganization transactions. Provide legal counsel on a broad range of corporate legal matters as necessary. Must have 6-12 years of experience in securities, corporate, finance, and transactional work at a nationally accredited law firm and/or in-house. Experience working within the technology sector or for a technology company is a plus.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# KWDT161462
 
Parks Support Center - Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Provide a wide range of legal services and advice to a multi-park theme park operator, with a primary focus on contractual, real estate, licensing and operational issues. Draft, negotiate and track company contracts and related documents across a broad spectrum, including agreements covering vendors, suppliers and consultants, marketing and advertising, technology, equipment purchases, live entertainment, food & beverage and retail matters. Manage the company's legal needs in connection with its real estate affairs, including matters related to both owned and leased park properties, and provide counsel on seasonal housing for workers and various land use issues. Work closely with the IT department on employee and guest data privacy matters and PCI compliance issues. Provide legal advice to the Sales, Marketing and PR departments related to sales contracting, marketing initiatives, advertising and sweepstakes compliance. Keep all park licensing obligations up-to-date, including those related to liquor licenses and music licensing agreements. Maintain and update corporate record books, draft entity resolutions and oversee the filing of annual reports. Manage and protect the company's trademark and copyright portfolio. Consult with General Managers and other park personnel and assist in drafting and maintaining policies and procedures related to park operational matters, including those related to ride safety and guest accessibility. Protect the company's interests in litigated matters, including working directly with outside counsel on case management and strategy. Work closely with the Human Resources department and provide counseling on a full array of employment and labor law issues. Assist with corporate compliance matters, including reviewing ethics complaints, conducting legal trainings and preparing compliance reports for the company's international parent entities and board of directors and third party auditors. Assist with matters handled by the Risk Management department, including personal injury claims and lawsuits, insurance placement and workers compensation claims. Assist the General Counsel and the Legal department on a wide range of other issues depending on the critical needs of the company.

Qualifications: College Degree, JD Degree (law degree), and licensed or eligible to practice in Pennsylvania. 7+ years experience in a wide range of legal disciplines. Must have a strong contract drafting and negotiation background. Theme park or hospitality industry experience preferred. Fluent English. Highly developed interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills, including presentation skills; ability to communicate clearly, concisely and persuasively with a wide range of diverse personnel.
 
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Corporate Counsel / Attorney
Refer job# YGXC161389
 
Corporate Counsel / Attorney The candidate provides advice and counsel to professionals on legal, risk, and compliance questions that arise in connection with the firm's projects and services. Performs contract review and provides advice and negotiation support to project teams for project agreements with public and private clients, teaming and joint venture partners, subconsultants and vendors. Serves as a key advisor to the firm's technology and consulting services division by providing, among other things, review and negotiation support on technology consulting agreements (e.g., software licensing and service level agreements, reseller agreements). Partners with outside counsel to evaluate and address legal issues arising in connection with the firm's cross-border activities and international projects in various geographies, including Canada and other foreign jurisdictions. Supports senior attorneys on mergers & acquisitions, joint ventures, entity formation and organizational activities undertaken by affiliated companies. Coordinates with other corporate groups (e.g., safety, accounting, HR, IT) to assist with development and implementation of corporate policies and processes. Assists with legal matters assigned by the General Counsel, including claims and litigation management, employment matters, collections, research projects, compliance and risk, and corporate governance. Should be Law school graduate (Juris Doctor/J.D.) from an accredited US Law School. Should have active State Bar License and member and in good standing of a state bar. Must have 5 years of practice as an attorney. Should have ability to collaborate with other members of the legal team and corporate administrative professionals (e.g., accounting, human resources, marketing) to develop coordinated responses and provide efficient, high quality service to internal business clients.s Experience advising corporate clients at a law firm or in-house law department. Should preferably have Strong academic credentials. Knowledge and experience in one or more of the following areas strongly preferred: Previous experience advising and representing clients in the engineering, architecture or construction industry. Understanding of traditional and alternative project delivery methods for infrastructure projects, including design-bid-build, design-build, P3, EPC, and CM@R. Experience with information technology consulting service offerings and products (SaaS, cloud-based systems), and contracting approaches. Familiarity with commercial insurance, particularly professional liability products, coverage, and claims; Experience working with international companies/affiliates on issues arising from global and cross-border transactions (e.g., immigration, foreign professional licensing requirements, anti-bribery and export compliance, etc.).
 
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