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Vice President, Corporate Counsel

Emeryville CA Vice President, Corporate Counsel The candidate will have the responsibility for selected areas of in-house legal representation. Provide legal counsel in connection with all corporate activities, assisting in preparing SEC reports and disclosures (including reviewing and advising on 10-Ks and 10-Qs, drafting 8-Ks, drafting proxy statements, overseeing Section 16 reporting, and managing legal aspects of SEC reporting process). Establish and run stockholder meeting processes, assisting with corporate compliance and governance practices, preparing legal materials for Board and Board committee meetings, drafting minutes of Board and Board committee meetings, overseeing corporate governance for domestic and international subsidiaries, running corporate financing transactions, managing documentation relating to company's indebtedness and derivative securities, assisting HR with compensation matters (including executive compensation, employment agreements and employee benefits). Overseeing equity plan administration, managing outside counsel and supporting special projects and finance operations as needed. Will also mentor and direct activities of a corporate counsel and other legal staff, work collaboratively and responsively with a broad range of people domestically and internationally, and maintain and build great relationships between legal, corporate, finance, human resources and operations. Other responsibilities could include reviewing, drafting, negotiating and interpreting a wide variety of commercial and finance contracts, leading or assisting in strategic transaction negotiations, managing litigation counsel, and assisting in HR and employment matters.

The candidate should have strong academic background, including JD from a top U.S. law school. Licensed to practice law in California or be registered as in-house counsel. 7 to 12 years of experience, including at least 5 years at a nationally recognized law firm, including significant work in a corporate & securities practice, and 2 to 4 years of experience as in-house counsel responsible for securities matters, equity plans, corporate governance and board processes. Comfort working with regulatory authorities and their representatives, including stock markets and SEC. Very strong general contract and SEC disclosure drafting skills. Experience with labor and employment law (or oversight of such matters with assistance from outside counsel) a plus. Excellent ability to issue spot and integrate legal advice with business goals. Strong verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to communicate concisely. Extremely strong interpersonal skills including maturity, creativity and a high energy level. Team-oriented and able to interact effectively and influence peers and all levels of management. Ability to work well in a cross-functional team environment, as well as in a small team environment and become a productive and positive member of the Legal Department. Embrace company Core Values.
Legal 7 - 12 Full-time 2020-06-29

Corporate Counsel

Redwood City CA Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Draft and negotiate agreements and licenses of all types in collaboration with a variety of functions, including clinical trial, manufacturing, supply, service, material transfer, scientific collaboration, consulting, partnership and confidentiality agreements. Advise on contract status, legal risks, and the legal liabilities associated with different transactions. Participate as a proactive business partner to all functions and build a trusted advisor relationship with employees of all levels. Exercise excellent legal judgment to provide pragmatic risk-based counsel. Supervise Senior Paralegal and oversee administration of contract database, including organization and supervision of all Company contracts. Monitor and counterparty compliance with contracts. Manage and oversee the Cobblestone Contract Management Database Build and improve the company's contracting processes and procedures. Refine and update the company's templates for contracts. Develop and conduct trainings for employees on the legal aspects of contracts. Research and anticipate unique legal issues that could impact the company.

Qualifications: Law degree from an ABA accredited law school. Admitted to CA bar in good standing or registered in-house counsel. 3+ years relevant legal experience, preferably in drafting and negotiating contracts (some law firm experience preferred). Knowledge of the pharmaceutical industry. Ability to draft, edit and explain complex legal and business contracts and documents. Ability to communicate, orally and in writing, professionally, effectively and persuasively. Ability to think analytically, creatively and strategically. Strong work ethic and ability to work well under pressure. Strong teamwork, project management, and client service skills. Ability to independently juggle and prioritize multiple projects with cross-functional stakeholders in a fast-paced environment. Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to work with all levels within the organization in a positive, collaborative manner. Ability to exercise independent judgment with knowledge of the pharmaceutical industry. Ability to identify problems or inefficiencies and independently offer/implement practical solutions through strong critical thinking, problem solving and decision making skills. Demonstrated experience in handling confidential and sensitive situations or information with ability to exercise a high degree of judgment and discretion while maintaining strict confidentiality. Highest regard for ethics and compliance. Administratively self-sufficient with demonstrated skill using Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Corporate Counsel

Gardena CA Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide legal support to all business units on a day-to-day basis, including providing thought leadership on strategic legal issues and matters, as well as legal support for day-to-day handling of a wide range of business and operational issues. Draft and review legal documents including agreements, contracts, and legal memorandum. Partner with mortgage loan origination business units to assist with structuring extensions of credit and drafting of loan documents. Partner with the Special Assests Department on the handling of problem loans. Partner with the Retail and Business Banking Departments to assist with any legal issues that arise, including reviewing account agreements and account-specific documentation. Conduct complex research and analysis, including interpreting case law, statutes, and regulations to provide guidance to others in conducting Bank operations. Prepare presentations, training, correspondences and reports. Manage responses to subpoenas. Ensures that all corporate and Legal Department records are maintained properly and all corporate and regulatory filing requirements are met. Develop and maintain policies and procedures for the Legal Department and review other department policies and procedures for compliance with applicable laws. Assist with response to escalated consumer complaints. Communicate complex and/or sensitive information to individuals and groups at all levels. Must maintain strict confidentiality. Follow directions from management and Chief Compliance Officer for resolution of issues.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree; member in good standing of California Bar; or ability to register in California as in-house counsel. Should have 4+ years legal experience at a financial institution or firm experience working with financial institutions. Experience with multi-family and single-family mortgage loan origination and workouts preferred. Excellent analytical, communication, diplomatic, research and writing skills. Highly motivated and results-oriented with a strong work ethic and personal accountability. Ability to make decisions and work independently. Appropriate computer skills and abilities (such as MS Office, LexisNexis, Westlaw, email, etc.).
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Corporate Counsel (Litigation)

Mountain View CA Corporate Counsel (Litigation) Duties: Driving responses to investigation matters and inquiries involving regulators and other government entities. Managing and resolving a wide range of lawsuits and pre-litigation disputes. Developing all aspects of strategy for managing and resolving cases and investigations. Conducting internal investigations and fact development, including working with witnesses. Working in close partnership with colleagues in the Legal Department and business partners across the company, to achieve good business and legal results and facilitate smart risk-taking. Helping manage Intuit's responses to third-party requests for information, complying with the law and passionately protecting the data of our Company, employees and customers. Supervising outside counsel and litigation consultants, managing budgets and supporting litigation and investigations reporting. Drafting policies and internal procedures, and conducting training to educate business partners; Adding rigor to all aspects of internal processes and champion data-driven decisions.

Qualifications: JD Degree in good standing with California Bar. 7-13 combined years of experience in litigation and investigations with a top-tier law firm, in-house legal department, and/or government office (e.g., U.S. Attorney's office, state Attorney General's office, FTC, SEC, etc.); government experience preferred. A good litigator's mindset: goes the extra mile to get the job done right and sees opportunities in everything they do to deliver awesome results; understands that the details are critical and the stakes can be high; takes lots of pride in their work and what they deliver; identifies issues proactively and develops solutions; loves to win. A good business partner's mindset: comfort and skill at balancing risk and opportunity; thinks creatively and enables the business to make smart decisions. Curious and continuous learner: enjoys jumping into new problems and learning new things; asks why  and how can we improve;  quickly masters the facts; develops long-term knowledge and deep expertise. Ability to independently and successfully manage significant case load and big cross-company projects for multiple internal stakeholders with competing deadlines. Good communication skills and proven ability to interact with business professionals at different levels.
Legal 7 - 13 Full-time 2020-06-29

Corporate Counsel Licensing, Technology Transactions, Business Development

Santa Clara CA Corporate Counsel - Licensing, Technology Transactions, Business Development Duties: Provide business-oriented legal advice to fast-growing high-tech businesses with an emphasis on actionable insight and recommendations. Work closely with business management to develop and implement new business models, ensure understanding of legal concepts and implications, and formulate negotiation strategies and roadmaps. Draft and negotiate a broad range of IP- and technology-related agreements, manage outside counsel, and ensure proper internal alignment and approval of deals. Conduct or oversee due diligence on IP portfolios, startup companies, and proposed deals. Work closely with attorneys from the IP Dept, Commercial Transactions groups (sales and supplier agreements), Litigation/Investigations, and other legal functions along with representatives from Finance, Operations, Tax, Treasury, Trade, HR, Environmental Health & Safety, Security, and Real Estate/Facilities to analyze and mitigate risks, and coordinate efficient deal execution. Contribute to the development of corporate policies and best practices. Create, implement, and improve processes to mitigate risk, reduce inefficiencies, and improve responsiveness. Provide training on policies, practices, new business models, and legal issues to the business units and within the Global Law Dept.

Qualifications: JD Degree. 5+ years of legal experience in both law firm and in-house corporate legal departments with a focus on technology transactions including IP licenses, joint development agreements, IP purchases and sales, and other strategic alliances. Excellent verbal and written communication skills; active listener; inclusive. Excellent negotiation skills including first-hand experience of leading negotiations with parties across multiple jurisdictions. Preferred: Licensed to practice in California. Registered US patent attorney or substantial experience in patent and trade secret litigation, and IP-related due diligence for M&A or other transactions. Technical acumen, and a capacity to quickly learn new business and technology concepts. Experience with IP-related investigations and competitive intelligence. Experience working with venture capital firms or investments, or counseling startup companies. Familiarity with key US and foreign antitrust and unfair competition issues impacting licenses and other IP transactions. Strong intellect and capacity for handling complexity (both in terms of sophisticated legal and business issues and multiple, overlapping projects). Sound legal and business judgment, and personal standards of excellence. Ability to organize and condense complicated legal and business situations into easily-understandable presentations with clear guidance and recommendations. Understand how to translate business needs into contract language, including creativity in finding solutions to help resolve business issues. Passionate, proactive, highly-motivated, able to work independently on a wide variety of tasks and drive results. Ability to prioritize and manage projects, and shift priorities quickly as business needs evolve. Excellent organizational skills, including attention to detail and ability to define specific action plans based on general guidance and deliver results. Ability to see the big picture and identify and design-out problems from the outset; continuous improvement mindset. Ability to work collaboratively across organizational boundaries, and with a diverse group of colleagues and internal clients in multiple countries. Personal presence that inspires trust and confidence; highest integrity; willingness to engage in constructive debate; desire to do things the right way and fortitude to speak out when confronted with challenges. Ability to lead and ability to perform as part of a team.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Corporate Counsel

Ontario CA Corporate Counsel Duties : Will facilitate legal needs and communications for Uline and its subsidiaries. Ensure compliance with applicable laws, regulations and policies. Conduct research and prepare legal memoranda on a diverse array of matters, with a focus on labor and employment matters. Draft, negotiate and review contracts. Influence and advise on high-level company decisions. Establish and verify bases for legal issues and proceedings. Build credibility and trust with clients, stakeholders and other colleagues. Act with integrity, upholding strong business and personal ethical standards.

Requirements : The candidate should be Juris Doctorate from an ABA accredited law school. Must have 5-7 years' experience in a corporate legal setting or at an established law firm. Licensed to practice law in the state of California. Extensive employment law experience. Strong knowledge of California employment law. Experience handling labor and employment matters before federal, state and administrative agencies. Good communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2020-06-27

Senior Corporate Counsel

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

Corporate Counsel

Newport Beach CA Corporate Counsel The candidate will assist in all aspects of construction law, as well as ancillary legal areas applicable to a national multi-billion dollar corporation, such as corporate, prevailing wage, employment and labor law, subcontractor claims, bond claims, and subcontractor defaults among others. Provide assistance to and learn from an Associate General Counsel and Vice President - Legal, as well as other members of the Legal Department. Conduct moderate to complex legal research on a variety of topics in multiple states that relate to the business. Draft memoranda, correspondence, and reports summarizing research findings and offer opinions regarding liability, risk transfer, and exposure. Compile documents and prepare draft discovery responses and respond to third party subpoenas. Manage subcontractor defaults; work with project teams to ensure that Company's interests are properly protected by subcontractors bonding companies; assist in managing litigation arising out of any breach of payment or performance bonds. Assist in managing builder's risk insurance and general liability insurance issues on a variety of different project types in both pre-litigation and litigation mode. Develop an understanding, and assist project teams in understanding, basic insurance coverage for construction defect claims, builder's risk, auto, worker's compensation and property damage claims while working in conjunction with the Risk Management Department. Review Project Labor Agreements and provide advice to operations regarding various terms and conditions and consistency with existing labor agreements. Assist in communications with national, state and local regulatory agencies, such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Department of Fair Employment and Housing, Occupational Health and Safety Administration, Storm Water Regulatory Agencies, and the National Labor Relations Board. Develop an understanding of the California Public Contracts and Labor Codes and provide training to project teams as part of the Company's compliance program; assist in managing prevailing wage and apprenticeship ratio complaints issued by the Labor Commissioner, Division of Labor Standards and Enforcement; assist in managing outside counsel representing Company's during the administrative hearing process. Assist with all aspects of litigation - respond to document requests, prepare discovery responses, review and edit motions, briefs and memoranda from outside counsel; assist with managing outside counsel throughout the pre-litigation and litigation processes. Assist in providing legal support to Company Contracts Managers during negotiation of downstream agreements. Assist in preparation for and attend alternative dispute resolutions. Provide general legal advice to Company's team members.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate degree from an ABA accredited law school. Must be licensed to practice law in the State of California and admitted to the California State Bar. Should have 3+ years of experience as an attorney. Litigation experience as well as familiarity with construction law a plus. Experience working with engineering, procurement and construction agreements is a plus. Ability to communicate with other members of the legal department articulately, concisely, and with well-reasoned opinions. Ability to communicate complex legal concepts to non-attorney Company's team members in a concise, yet thorough, manner. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Strong interpersonal and diplomatic skills. Proven ability to handle multiple projects, prioritize, and meet deadlines. Meticulous attention to detail and quality of work product. Ability to work independently and determine creative solutions. Versatility, flexibility, and willingness to work within constantly changing priorities with enthusiasm. Team-player, developed sense of business acumen, and ability to work with a wide variety of people.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-27

Senior or Corporate Privacy And Data Counsel

San Mateo CA Senior or Corporate Privacy And Data Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Review business activities that collect, use, disclose, or dispose of data for compliance with law, policy, and best practices. Draft consumer notices, intra-company agreements and contract terms, and negotiate data-related contract provisions. Develop standardized policies, tools and processes, and implement them (in conjunction with InfoSec, DataGov, etc.) into operations to mitigate data processing legal risks and reduce the volume of one-off reviews. Develop and maintain expertise in data law. Develop training materials. Must have JD or LLM degree from top law school; CA bar membership preferred, but minimally, California Registered In-House Counsel status must be promptly obtained and maintained during employment. Should have 5+ years of solid experience. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-27

Senior Corporate Counsel

South San Francisco CA Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will advise on issues involving corporate governance and securities, with day-to-day responsibility for the Company's 34 Act filings and other matters required to operate as a public company, including support for investor relations and review of external communications and support for stock administration. Support business development, financing, transactional and alliance management activities. Assist in preparing Board of Director and Committee materials and minutes, and with maintenance of corporate reporting and governance calendar. Provide legal support to the company's human resources group, including with respect to compensation and benefits issues. Assist intellectual property and contract teams as needed in dealing with more challenging issues presented in the company's contract` negotiations and interpretation; also assist in ensuring company's contract forms and templates represent best practices in an evolving legal landscape. Advise on general compliance matters pertaining to the company, including privacy and GxP. Identify, champion and assist in developing and implementing best practices for corporate policies and procedures. Identifying and analyzing legal risks and proposing appropriate actions to ensure operational compliance with relevant laws and regulations. Serve as a diligent, approachable and trusted partner for internal clients, including management. Develop a deep knowledge of, and continually monitor, the Company's current and planned research, development and other business activities, product candidates and potential competitors and markets and keep abreast of developing trends, best practices, laws and regulations affecting the Company's business.

The candidate should have a JD degree and US state bar admission, with at least 7 years relevant professional experience in a law firm and/or in-house setting, working solely or primarily in the pharmaceutical, life science and/or biotechnology industry. Some level of public company corporate governance and securities experience a big plus. Ability to approach legal issues with a strategic mindset by anticipating future business, competitive and legal risks and opportunities and offering creative solutions. Detail-oriented, organized, efficient and resourceful with strong follow-up and follow-through skills and the ability to prioritize and re-prioritize based on changing business needs in a fast-paced environment. Ability to select and manage outside counsel and other external resources for quality work product, value and efficiency. Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, including the ability to explain complex issues clearly and effectively to both scientists and non-scientists. Track record of leading projects to successful completion. Flexibility, willingness, and ability to take on diverse tasks, both large and small. Ability to facilitate and contribute to collaborative decision-making processes and work effectively on cross-functional teams.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-26
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Corporate Counsel
In-House,yardi systems
Location : Santa Barbara California United States

The Yardi legal department seeks a highly motivated individual with at least five years of litigation experience to join our legal team. The position is primarily located at our headquarters in Santa Barbara but will require travel as needed to Bosto... + read more

jun 25, 2020


Director Legal Counsel - US Commercial and SEC Reporting Counsel
In-House,DexCom, Inc.
Location : San Diego, CA, United States

Director Legal Counsel - US Commercial and SEC Reporting Counsel Duties: Drafting and negotiating a wide variety of agreements, including distributor, wholesaler, retail pharmacy, PBM and other payer-related agreements; Providing legal advice relate... + read more

jun 30, 2020


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Vice President, Corporate Counsel
Refer job# SSGE150325
 
Vice President, Corporate Counsel The candidate will have the responsibility for selected areas of in-house legal representation. Provide legal counsel in connection with all corporate activities, assisting in preparing SEC reports and disclosures (including reviewing and advising on 10-Ks and 10-Qs, drafting 8-Ks, drafting proxy statements, overseeing Section 16 reporting, and managing legal aspects of SEC reporting process). Establish and run stockholder meeting processes, assisting with corporate compliance and governance practices, preparing legal materials for Board and Board committee meetings, drafting minutes of Board and Board committee meetings, overseeing corporate governance for domestic and international subsidiaries, running corporate financing transactions, managing documentation relating to company's indebtedness and derivative securities, assisting HR with compensation matters (including executive compensation, employment agreements and employee benefits). Overseeing equity plan administration, managing outside counsel and supporting special projects and finance operations as needed. Will also mentor and direct activities of a corporate counsel and other legal staff, work collaboratively and responsively with a broad range of people domestically and internationally, and maintain and build great relationships between legal, corporate, finance, human resources and operations. Other responsibilities could include reviewing, drafting, negotiating and interpreting a wide variety of commercial and finance contracts, leading or assisting in strategic transaction negotiations, managing litigation counsel, and assisting in HR and employment matters.

The candidate should have strong academic background, including JD from a top U.S. law school. Licensed to practice law in California or be registered as in-house counsel. 7 to 12 years of experience, including at least 5 years at a nationally recognized law firm, including significant work in a corporate & securities practice, and 2 to 4 years of experience as in-house counsel responsible for securities matters, equity plans, corporate governance and board processes. Comfort working with regulatory authorities and their representatives, including stock markets and SEC. Very strong general contract and SEC disclosure drafting skills. Experience with labor and employment law (or oversight of such matters with assistance from outside counsel) a plus. Excellent ability to issue spot and integrate legal advice with business goals. Strong verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to communicate concisely. Extremely strong interpersonal skills including maturity, creativity and a high energy level. Team-oriented and able to interact effectively and influence peers and all levels of management. Ability to work well in a cross-functional team environment, as well as in a small team environment and become a productive and positive member of the Legal Department. Embrace company Core Values.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# PKDH150326
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Draft and negotiate agreements and licenses of all types in collaboration with a variety of functions, including clinical trial, manufacturing, supply, service, material transfer, scientific collaboration, consulting, partnership and confidentiality agreements. Advise on contract status, legal risks, and the legal liabilities associated with different transactions. Participate as a proactive business partner to all functions and build a trusted advisor relationship with employees of all levels. Exercise excellent legal judgment to provide pragmatic risk-based counsel. Supervise Senior Paralegal and oversee administration of contract database, including organization and supervision of all Company contracts. Monitor and counterparty compliance with contracts. Manage and oversee the Cobblestone Contract Management Database Build and improve the company's contracting processes and procedures. Refine and update the company's templates for contracts. Develop and conduct trainings for employees on the legal aspects of contracts. Research and anticipate unique legal issues that could impact the company.

Qualifications: Law degree from an ABA accredited law school. Admitted to CA bar in good standing or registered in-house counsel. 3+ years relevant legal experience, preferably in drafting and negotiating contracts (some law firm experience preferred). Knowledge of the pharmaceutical industry. Ability to draft, edit and explain complex legal and business contracts and documents. Ability to communicate, orally and in writing, professionally, effectively and persuasively. Ability to think analytically, creatively and strategically. Strong work ethic and ability to work well under pressure. Strong teamwork, project management, and client service skills. Ability to independently juggle and prioritize multiple projects with cross-functional stakeholders in a fast-paced environment. Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to work with all levels within the organization in a positive, collaborative manner. Ability to exercise independent judgment with knowledge of the pharmaceutical industry. Ability to identify problems or inefficiencies and independently offer/implement practical solutions through strong critical thinking, problem solving and decision making skills. Demonstrated experience in handling confidential and sensitive situations or information with ability to exercise a high degree of judgment and discretion while maintaining strict confidentiality. Highest regard for ethics and compliance. Administratively self-sufficient with demonstrated skill using Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# UBRN150330
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide legal support to all business units on a day-to-day basis, including providing thought leadership on strategic legal issues and matters, as well as legal support for day-to-day handling of a wide range of business and operational issues. Draft and review legal documents including agreements, contracts, and legal memorandum. Partner with mortgage loan origination business units to assist with structuring extensions of credit and drafting of loan documents. Partner with the Special Assests Department on the handling of problem loans. Partner with the Retail and Business Banking Departments to assist with any legal issues that arise, including reviewing account agreements and account-specific documentation. Conduct complex research and analysis, including interpreting case law, statutes, and regulations to provide guidance to others in conducting Bank operations. Prepare presentations, training, correspondences and reports. Manage responses to subpoenas. Ensures that all corporate and Legal Department records are maintained properly and all corporate and regulatory filing requirements are met. Develop and maintain policies and procedures for the Legal Department and review other department policies and procedures for compliance with applicable laws. Assist with response to escalated consumer complaints. Communicate complex and/or sensitive information to individuals and groups at all levels. Must maintain strict confidentiality. Follow directions from management and Chief Compliance Officer for resolution of issues.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree; member in good standing of California Bar; or ability to register in California as in-house counsel. Should have 4+ years legal experience at a financial institution or firm experience working with financial institutions. Experience with multi-family and single-family mortgage loan origination and workouts preferred. Excellent analytical, communication, diplomatic, research and writing skills. Highly motivated and results-oriented with a strong work ethic and personal accountability. Ability to make decisions and work independently. Appropriate computer skills and abilities (such as MS Office, LexisNexis, Westlaw, email, etc.).
 
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Corporate Counsel (Litigation)
Refer job# QMYI150338
 
Corporate Counsel (Litigation) Duties: Driving responses to investigation matters and inquiries involving regulators and other government entities. Managing and resolving a wide range of lawsuits and pre-litigation disputes. Developing all aspects of strategy for managing and resolving cases and investigations. Conducting internal investigations and fact development, including working with witnesses. Working in close partnership with colleagues in the Legal Department and business partners across the company, to achieve good business and legal results and facilitate smart risk-taking. Helping manage Intuit's responses to third-party requests for information, complying with the law and passionately protecting the data of our Company, employees and customers. Supervising outside counsel and litigation consultants, managing budgets and supporting litigation and investigations reporting. Drafting policies and internal procedures, and conducting training to educate business partners; Adding rigor to all aspects of internal processes and champion data-driven decisions.

Qualifications: JD Degree in good standing with California Bar. 7-13 combined years of experience in litigation and investigations with a top-tier law firm, in-house legal department, and/or government office (e.g., U.S. Attorney's office, state Attorney General's office, FTC, SEC, etc.); government experience preferred. A good litigator's mindset: goes the extra mile to get the job done right and sees opportunities in everything they do to deliver awesome results; understands that the details are critical and the stakes can be high; takes lots of pride in their work and what they deliver; identifies issues proactively and develops solutions; loves to win. A good business partner's mindset: comfort and skill at balancing risk and opportunity; thinks creatively and enables the business to make smart decisions. Curious and continuous learner: enjoys jumping into new problems and learning new things; asks why  and how can we improve;  quickly masters the facts; develops long-term knowledge and deep expertise. Ability to independently and successfully manage significant case load and big cross-company projects for multiple internal stakeholders with competing deadlines. Good communication skills and proven ability to interact with business professionals at different levels.
 
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Corporate Counsel Licensing, Technology Transactions, Business Development
Refer job# VMOC150339
 
Corporate Counsel - Licensing, Technology Transactions, Business Development Duties: Provide business-oriented legal advice to fast-growing high-tech businesses with an emphasis on actionable insight and recommendations. Work closely with business management to develop and implement new business models, ensure understanding of legal concepts and implications, and formulate negotiation strategies and roadmaps. Draft and negotiate a broad range of IP- and technology-related agreements, manage outside counsel, and ensure proper internal alignment and approval of deals. Conduct or oversee due diligence on IP portfolios, startup companies, and proposed deals. Work closely with attorneys from the IP Dept, Commercial Transactions groups (sales and supplier agreements), Litigation/Investigations, and other legal functions along with representatives from Finance, Operations, Tax, Treasury, Trade, HR, Environmental Health & Safety, Security, and Real Estate/Facilities to analyze and mitigate risks, and coordinate efficient deal execution. Contribute to the development of corporate policies and best practices. Create, implement, and improve processes to mitigate risk, reduce inefficiencies, and improve responsiveness. Provide training on policies, practices, new business models, and legal issues to the business units and within the Global Law Dept.

Qualifications: JD Degree. 5+ years of legal experience in both law firm and in-house corporate legal departments with a focus on technology transactions including IP licenses, joint development agreements, IP purchases and sales, and other strategic alliances. Excellent verbal and written communication skills; active listener; inclusive. Excellent negotiation skills including first-hand experience of leading negotiations with parties across multiple jurisdictions. Preferred: Licensed to practice in California. Registered US patent attorney or substantial experience in patent and trade secret litigation, and IP-related due diligence for M&A or other transactions. Technical acumen, and a capacity to quickly learn new business and technology concepts. Experience with IP-related investigations and competitive intelligence. Experience working with venture capital firms or investments, or counseling startup companies. Familiarity with key US and foreign antitrust and unfair competition issues impacting licenses and other IP transactions. Strong intellect and capacity for handling complexity (both in terms of sophisticated legal and business issues and multiple, overlapping projects). Sound legal and business judgment, and personal standards of excellence. Ability to organize and condense complicated legal and business situations into easily-understandable presentations with clear guidance and recommendations. Understand how to translate business needs into contract language, including creativity in finding solutions to help resolve business issues. Passionate, proactive, highly-motivated, able to work independently on a wide variety of tasks and drive results. Ability to prioritize and manage projects, and shift priorities quickly as business needs evolve. Excellent organizational skills, including attention to detail and ability to define specific action plans based on general guidance and deliver results. Ability to see the big picture and identify and design-out problems from the outset; continuous improvement mindset. Ability to work collaboratively across organizational boundaries, and with a diverse group of colleagues and internal clients in multiple countries. Personal presence that inspires trust and confidence; highest integrity; willingness to engage in constructive debate; desire to do things the right way and fortitude to speak out when confronted with challenges. Ability to lead and ability to perform as part of a team.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# KRLD150294
 
Corporate Counsel Duties : Will facilitate legal needs and communications for Uline and its subsidiaries. Ensure compliance with applicable laws, regulations and policies. Conduct research and prepare legal memoranda on a diverse array of matters, with a focus on labor and employment matters. Draft, negotiate and review contracts. Influence and advise on high-level company decisions. Establish and verify bases for legal issues and proceedings. Build credibility and trust with clients, stakeholders and other colleagues. Act with integrity, upholding strong business and personal ethical standards.

Requirements : The candidate should be Juris Doctorate from an ABA accredited law school. Must have 5-7 years' experience in a corporate legal setting or at an established law firm. Licensed to practice law in the state of California. Extensive employment law experience. Strong knowledge of California employment law. Experience handling labor and employment matters before federal, state and administrative agencies. Good communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# LMOV150299
 
Senior Corporate Counsel (Commercial) The candidate will be responsible for: Provide advice, guidance and counsel to Commercial, Medical, Regulatory and other relevant functions on management and marketing strategies, product labeling, sales training and compensation, speaker programs, and policies, practices and initiatives with respect to compliance with relevant healthcare laws, guidance documents or opinions, and industry codes (FDCA, FDA guidance documents, Fraud and Abuse laws, Anti-kickback Statute, federal and state transparency laws, OIG Advisory Opinions, PhRMA Code, FCPA, etc.). Advise internal clients on projects, initiatives, and communications regarding products pending FDA approval. Represent the legal function in the review of advertising, promotional and educational materials submitted for review to BridgeBio's Promotional Review Committee. Drive the finalization and rollout of a robust healthcare compliance program across BridgeBio, including development and enhancement of policies and procedures, risk assessments, monitoring, training and compliance communications. Coordinate with Head of Legal Affairs and BridgeBio management to ensure alignment on and communication of appropriate decision making on compliance. Partner with the business to proactively identify and mitigate areas of potential risk. Provide legal and compliance training to field and home office personnel and external consultants. Review and provide legal guidance on financial and other interactions with healthcare professionals, patients, or others in a position to influence healthcare decisions (e.g., payers, advocacy groups, distributors, etc.) to ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Work collaboratively with internal business clients on policies and procedures to ensure compliance with statutory and regulatory drug pricing and price reporting obligations under Medicaid, Medicare and the 340B program. Partner with internal business clients, colleagues across BridgeBio, and external counsel (as needed) to ensure programs meet established compliance standards Support company product launch initiatives. Provide guidance regarding reimbursement and coverage matters. Partner with commercial regulatory and others regarding state licensing and distribution strategy. Provide legal support for a range of activities associated with implementing patient assistance and support programs. Provide guidance regarding Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy (REMS) obligations. Provide guidance regarding relevant privacy laws. Provide legal and compliance advice and collaborative support to strategic alliance partners in certain markets where commercial rights have been granted to third parties, including in Asia Pacific. Draft, review and negotiate various agreements in support of all the foregoing, including third party vendor agreements, service agreements, distribution agreements, consulting agreements and other corporate agreements. Liaise and coordinate with BridgeBio affiliates and subsidiaries to ensure consistency and generate efficiency. Proactively identify legal risks and work with other internal stakeholders to effectively eliminate or mitigate those risks while concurrently supporting business strategic goals. Must have J.D. degree from a nationally-recognized law school. Must have admitted to practice in the U.S., preferably in California, or ability to register in California as in-house counsel. Should have 12+ years as health law, life sciences or pharmaceutical compliance counsel either at a law firm, company and/or relevant government (e.g. FDA) agency. In-depth experience with the biotech or pharmaceutical industries, including business operations and regulatory framework. Should have experience with health care compliance and the rules and regulations concerning healthcare programs (including Medicare, Medicaid, 340B, etc.). Must have experience drafting, reviewing and negotiating a wide variety of commercial agreements.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# XUHW150313
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will assist in all aspects of construction law, as well as ancillary legal areas applicable to a national multi-billion dollar corporation, such as corporate, prevailing wage, employment and labor law, subcontractor claims, bond claims, and subcontractor defaults among others. Provide assistance to and learn from an Associate General Counsel and Vice President - Legal, as well as other members of the Legal Department. Conduct moderate to complex legal research on a variety of topics in multiple states that relate to the business. Draft memoranda, correspondence, and reports summarizing research findings and offer opinions regarding liability, risk transfer, and exposure. Compile documents and prepare draft discovery responses and respond to third party subpoenas. Manage subcontractor defaults; work with project teams to ensure that Company's interests are properly protected by subcontractors bonding companies; assist in managing litigation arising out of any breach of payment or performance bonds. Assist in managing builder's risk insurance and general liability insurance issues on a variety of different project types in both pre-litigation and litigation mode. Develop an understanding, and assist project teams in understanding, basic insurance coverage for construction defect claims, builder's risk, auto, worker's compensation and property damage claims while working in conjunction with the Risk Management Department. Review Project Labor Agreements and provide advice to operations regarding various terms and conditions and consistency with existing labor agreements. Assist in communications with national, state and local regulatory agencies, such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Department of Fair Employment and Housing, Occupational Health and Safety Administration, Storm Water Regulatory Agencies, and the National Labor Relations Board. Develop an understanding of the California Public Contracts and Labor Codes and provide training to project teams as part of the Company's compliance program; assist in managing prevailing wage and apprenticeship ratio complaints issued by the Labor Commissioner, Division of Labor Standards and Enforcement; assist in managing outside counsel representing Company's during the administrative hearing process. Assist with all aspects of litigation - respond to document requests, prepare discovery responses, review and edit motions, briefs and memoranda from outside counsel; assist with managing outside counsel throughout the pre-litigation and litigation processes. Assist in providing legal support to Company Contracts Managers during negotiation of downstream agreements. Assist in preparation for and attend alternative dispute resolutions. Provide general legal advice to Company's team members.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate degree from an ABA accredited law school. Must be licensed to practice law in the State of California and admitted to the California State Bar. Should have 3+ years of experience as an attorney. Litigation experience as well as familiarity with construction law a plus. Experience working with engineering, procurement and construction agreements is a plus. Ability to communicate with other members of the legal department articulately, concisely, and with well-reasoned opinions. Ability to communicate complex legal concepts to non-attorney Company's team members in a concise, yet thorough, manner. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Strong interpersonal and diplomatic skills. Proven ability to handle multiple projects, prioritize, and meet deadlines. Meticulous attention to detail and quality of work product. Ability to work independently and determine creative solutions. Versatility, flexibility, and willingness to work within constantly changing priorities with enthusiasm. Team-player, developed sense of business acumen, and ability to work with a wide variety of people.
 
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Senior or Corporate Privacy And Data Counsel
Refer job# IHHH150319
 
Senior or Corporate Privacy And Data Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Review business activities that collect, use, disclose, or dispose of data for compliance with law, policy, and best practices. Draft consumer notices, intra-company agreements and contract terms, and negotiate data-related contract provisions. Develop standardized policies, tools and processes, and implement them (in conjunction with InfoSec, DataGov, etc.) into operations to mitigate data processing legal risks and reduce the volume of one-off reviews. Develop and maintain expertise in data law. Develop training materials. Must have JD or LLM degree from top law school; CA bar membership preferred, but minimally, California Registered In-House Counsel status must be promptly obtained and maintained during employment. Should have 5+ years of solid experience.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# VIGX150280
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will advise on issues involving corporate governance and securities, with day-to-day responsibility for the Company's 34 Act filings and other matters required to operate as a public company, including support for investor relations and review of external communications and support for stock administration. Support business development, financing, transactional and alliance management activities. Assist in preparing Board of Director and Committee materials and minutes, and with maintenance of corporate reporting and governance calendar. Provide legal support to the company's human resources group, including with respect to compensation and benefits issues. Assist intellectual property and contract teams as needed in dealing with more challenging issues presented in the company's contract` negotiations and interpretation; also assist in ensuring company's contract forms and templates represent best practices in an evolving legal landscape. Advise on general compliance matters pertaining to the company, including privacy and GxP. Identify, champion and assist in developing and implementing best practices for corporate policies and procedures. Identifying and analyzing legal risks and proposing appropriate actions to ensure operational compliance with relevant laws and regulations. Serve as a diligent, approachable and trusted partner for internal clients, including management. Develop a deep knowledge of, and continually monitor, the Company's current and planned research, development and other business activities, product candidates and potential competitors and markets and keep abreast of developing trends, best practices, laws and regulations affecting the Company's business.

The candidate should have a JD degree and US state bar admission, with at least 7 years relevant professional experience in a law firm and/or in-house setting, working solely or primarily in the pharmaceutical, life science and/or biotechnology industry. Some level of public company corporate governance and securities experience a big plus. Ability to approach legal issues with a strategic mindset by anticipating future business, competitive and legal risks and opportunities and offering creative solutions. Detail-oriented, organized, efficient and resourceful with strong follow-up and follow-through skills and the ability to prioritize and re-prioritize based on changing business needs in a fast-paced environment. Ability to select and manage outside counsel and other external resources for quality work product, value and efficiency. Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, including the ability to explain complex issues clearly and effectively to both scientists and non-scientists. Track record of leading projects to successful completion. Flexibility, willingness, and ability to take on diverse tasks, both large and small. Ability to facilitate and contribute to collaborative decision-making processes and work effectively on cross-functional teams.
 
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