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Associate Corporate Counsel

Culver City CA Associate Corporate Counsel The Candidate will be responsible to provide strategic advice and counsel to internal clients, including business and legal affairs, creative executives, HR professionals, business leaders and production teams regarding labor laws and union contractual obligations. Assist with drafting and negotiating collective bargaining agreements. Managing litigation, government agency investigations, audits and administrative charges, as well as the assessment, selection, and supervision of outside counsel.

The candidate should have J.D. degree and membership in good standing in one state bar with 2+ years of attorney experience is required. Experience serving as legal counsel for an entertainment industry guild, motion picture studio, production company, and/or network is required. Experience managing guild and union relationships. Experience drafting and negotiating talent, union, and guild agreements. Membership in good standing in the California bar. A mix of corporate law firm and in-house experience at a motion picture studio, production company, or network.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-20

Corporate Counsel

Los Angeles CA Corporate Counsel The candidate will entail drafting, redlining and negotiating client and vendor agreements, providing legal advice to various departments and executives and assisting with SEC filings. Work as a key contributor to cutting edge deals. Provide business-savvy advice to our many departments. Negotiate directly with companys clients and vendors in a fast-paced environment. Analyze, interpret and simplify complex concepts into layperson terms. Draft and negotiate agreements with venue partners, carriers and vendors. Help with day-to-day compliance and oversee SEC filings. Serve as the legal point of contact when questions arise in the business. Have a Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school with license to practice law in California. Have a minimum of 3-5 years of law firm and/or in-house experience dealing with corporate transactions, contracts and/or SEC filings. Past experience negotiating a variety of contracts. Past experience working in the wireless technology industry. Past experience working with airports, carriers or other Internet providers. FCC/Regulatory knowledge. Familiarity with RFPs. Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-03-20

Corporate Counsel

Los Angeles CA Corporate Counsel The candidate must have strong written and verbal skills and will have responsibility for the following: Analyzing, investigating, and drafting responses to pre-litigation matters including, but not limited to, agency charges, attorney demand letters, government agency responses, and employment lawsuits. Attending mediations and making appearances acting as a strategic and zealous corporate representative. Providing advice and counsel on additional litigation-related matters, including case analysis and strategy, coordination of discovery, litigation preparedness, and related matters. Maintain an open and continuous line of communication at all times with Executive Management and Partners. Should have 5-8 years of experience or more in labor and employment matters, including strong knowledge of state and federal employment laws related to litigation, and advice and counsel. Exposure to a retail, restaurant, or multi-location company operations is strongly preferred. A law degree from an American law school and be a member in good standing of a state bar and eligible to practice in the State of California. Litigation background handling employment and commercial single-plaintiff litigation. Experience defending against claims of wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, and retaliation in both court proceedings and in binding arbitrations. Experience providing legal advice and counsel to human resources and responding to agency charges. Experience practicing in both a law firm and an in-house setting. Experience responding to complicated corporate subpoenas is a plus. Superior written and verbal communication skills, analytical skills, attention to detail, and time management skills. Legal 5 - 8 Part_time 2020-03-20

Corporate Counsel

Los Angeles CA Corporate Counsel The candidate must have strong written and verbal skills and will have responsibility for the following: Analyzing, investigating, and drafting responses to pre-litigation matters including, but not limited to, agency charges, attorney demand letters, government agency responses, and employment lawsuits. Attending mediations and making appearances acting as a strategic and zealous corporate representative. Providing advice and counsel on additional litigation-related matters, including case analysis and strategy, coordination of discovery, litigation preparedness, and related matters. Maintain an open and continuous line of communication at all times with Executive Management and Partners. Should have 5-8 years of experience or more in labor and employment matters, including strong knowledge of state and federal employment laws related to litigation, and advice and counsel. Exposure to a retail, restaurant, or multi-location company operations is strongly preferred. A law degree from an American law school and be a member in good standing of a state bar and eligible to practice in the State of California. Litigation background handling employment and commercial single-plaintiff litigation. Experience defending against claims of wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, and retaliation in both court proceedings and in binding arbitrations. Experience providing legal advice and counsel to human resources and responding to agency charges. Experience practicing in both a law firm and an in-house setting. Experience responding to complicated corporate subpoenas is a plus. Superior written and verbal communication skills, analytical skills, attention to detail, and time management skills. Legal 5 - 8 Full-time 2020-03-20

Corporate Counsel

Agoura Hills CA Corporate Counsel The candidate will draft, negotiate, review and revise purchase agreements, employment agreements, leases, promissory notes and other acquisition- and joint venture-related documents. Help to manage the legal aspects of the deal process for a robust acquisition pipeline, including coordinating with outside counsel, opposing counsel and the companys internal deal team to ensure that deal timelines are met and tasks are effectively completed. Provide general corporate legal support to the company and its stakeholders, including the Business Development, Operations, Finance and Legal Departments.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree from an accredited undergraduate institution. Have a Juris Doctor degree from an accredited law school. Should have 2 - 5 years of corporate legal experience, ideally including experience in a corporate and transactional group of a large law firm. Membership in good standing with a United States State Bar. Demonstrated experience in conducting due diligence and negotiating and closing complex corporate transactions. Exceptional organizational skills and the ability to maintain highly detailed records. Willingness to spend considerable time drafting, reviewing and analyzing transaction documents. Ability to differentiate between theoretical and real-world considerations in a fast-paced dynamic legal department that requires a balance between critical thinking and efficient decision-making. Excellent communication skills necessary to coordinate amongst deal counterparties, internal teams and business units, professional service providers and outside counsel. Ability to prioritize and re-prioritize multiple projects and/or deadlines in a fast-paced work environment. Enthusiasm and energy to contribute to and thrive in an energetic and rapidly-evolving company with a collaborative atmosphere. Self-starter with an appetite for problem-solving and ability to own projects or tasks to see goals through to completion.
Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2020-03-18

Assistant General Counsel - Corporate & Securities

San Jose CA Assistant General Counsel - Corporate & Securities The candidate will prepare and review 33 Act and 34 Act filings. Review, draft, and negotiate a wide range of agreements related to Companys business. Review the activities of the company to ensure compliance with relevant laws and regulations. Counsel internal clients on legal issues that arise in the course of Companys business including Sales, Supply Chain, Finance, Engineering, R&D, Compliance, HR and IT. Assist with corporate governance, capitalization management, employment and labor issues, and other matters under the purview of the General Counsel. Manage litigation and respond to claims and governmental inquiries. Manage Corporate Transactions including potential M&A activity. Maintain contract files and corporate books and records.

The candidate should have J.D. degree from an accredited law school. Active admission to the State Bar of California with no record of disciplinary or administrative action. Should have 5+ years of relevant experience in a law firm or in-house legal team. Ability and desire to do hands-on legal work while relying on outside counsel judiciously rather than routinely. Pragmatic, business focus with an understanding of business goals and commercial realities as well as legal risks. Exceptional attitude, strong work ethic, and excellent interpersonal and customer service skills, can interact comfortably with executives and senior management. Able to handle high stress, fast-moving situations in a professional, business-like manner. Ability to build good working relationships with both internal business partners and external contacts. Experience representing public corporations in the technology sector. Experience representing companies with operations in Asia. Strong analytical skills and ability to balance business needs with legal risks. Models ethical business behavior and decision making.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-16

Corporate Counsel, Regulatory

Santa Monica CA Corporate Counsel, Regulatory The candidates responsibilities include: External Tasks: Communicate with outside counsel on new filings and legal strategy. Gather information for discovery responses for outside counsel. Negotiate with opposing attorneys on prospective and existing lawsuits and resolve claims / reach settlement agreements. Contact city administrators and attorneys regarding regulatory issues and citations. Contact impound companies and negotiate release of scooters. Internal Tasks: Research and write appeals for regulatory appeals. Support government partnership teams on city ordinances and RFPs. Research impound and citation ordinances and state laws. Assist in preparing witnesses for criminal prosecution testimony. Assist in subpoena response preparation. Research products liability law across federal and multiple state jurisdictions. Draft memorandums for team to assess liability of claims and litigation risk. Requirements: Bachelor's Degree. Juris Doctorate (J.D.). Sharing Economy Experience Preferred. 5+ years of work as an attorney doing regulatory appeals, litigation, municipal legal work. Experience with litigation and appellate work. Good understanding of injury claim insurance process including submission, liability determination, resolution, etc. Superior Communication skills. Proficient using Microsoft Office suite, G-Suite. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-15

Senior Corporate Counsel, Employment

Modesto CA Senior Corporate Counsel, Employment The candidate oversees and manages the Companys litigation and employment practice and provides strategic legal advice to cross-functional business partners on a broad range of employment matters. Oversees the Companys compliance with federal, state and local employment and labor laws and assists the Company in mitigating against employment claims by proactively assessing and managing legal risk, and offering practical legal advice and solutions on a broad range of labor and employment matters that support best industry practices. Essential Responsibilities and Accountabilities: Provide guidance on all aspects of day-to-day employment-related matters, including, but not limited to hiring, discipline, training, terminations, investigations, accommodations, independent contractor issues, benefits and compensation, harassment, discrimination, retaliation, wage and hour issues, leave of absences, statutory claims and various issues involving the entire employment work cycle; Serve as the subject matter expert in all areas of federal and state labor and employment laws, including, but not limited to, Title VII, FMLA, NLRA, ADA, FLSA, ADEA, and OSHA. Manage the Company's defense of administrative litigation (DLSE, DFEH & EEOC), including formulating legal strategy, overseeing or performing the investigation and preparation of position statements, attending mediation and arbitrations, and negotiating settlement agreements; Conduct and/or supervise internal workplace investigations regarding sensitive matters; Manage and collaborate with outside counsel on employment-related matters including complex litigation; review pleadings; facilitate the gathering of information (documents, interviews, policies, employee information); Develop, prepare, and deliver internal training on a variety of employment law topics to assist in the mitigation of labor/employment lawsuits; Review and draft various types of employment agreements; Advise on legislative changes impacting the business and proactively identify risks and mitigating actions; Audit, draft, and implement employment policies and processes to ensure compliance with relevant laws and regulations that support best industry practices; assist in drafting job descriptions and preparing the Companys Employee Handbook; Conduct legal research and prepare legal opinions; remain up-to-date on changes in employment and labor laws and provide legal updates to Company. Secondary Duties: Assist in managing outside counsel in connection with general civil litigation and other matters; Provide substantive support for the rest of the Legal team as needed, including strategic transactions, contracts, and other ad hoc projects; Perform other duties as assigned. Requirements (Knowledge, Skills and Abilities): Extensive and substantive knowledge of California employment laws and its practical application; Excellent communication (written and verbal) skills; ability to communicate and interact effectively and appropriately with all levels within the Company; Proven contract drafting and negotiating skills; Education: J.D. from a school of law accredited by the American Bar Association. Licenses: California Bar License. Experience: 4 years of relevant professional legal experience practicing employment law, as an advisor and/or litigator, in a law firm or in-house legal department; Labor Law and Human Resources experience is a plus. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-15

Corporate Counsel

Oakland CA Corporate Counsel The candidates responsibilities include: Actively manage the investigation and resolution of pre-litigation consumer and commercial disputes. Assist in managing active litigation, including overseeing outside counsel. Review and negotiate commercial agreements, including MSAs, NDAs, license agreements, and indemnity agreements. Assist in providing legal guidance to product, tech, marketing, and operations teams on a full range of issues throughout the product lifecycleReview and revise material agreements with program sponsors, participating jurisdictions, and registered home improvement contractors. Support the drafting and revising of consumer-facing agreements, communications and marketing collateral. Juris Doctorate (JD) from top law school and a state bar member in good standing (California preferred). 2 - 5 years of experience with 2 years at a top-tier law firm. Preferred Skills / Experience: Prior litigation and/or consumer financial services experience. Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2020-03-15

Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial Product Law

South San Francisco CA Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial Product Law The candidate will be in coordination with the VP, Commercial Product Law & Chief Privacy Officer, serves as day-to-day lead and strategic legal business partner to the GBT commercial, medical and regulatory affairs teams, as well as patient advocacy/support teams, in connection with companys efforts to commercialize Oxbryta, companys first commercial product. Provides comprehensive and high quality legal support to company in the areas of sales, marketing, promotional/medical/patient materials, patient access/support/ reimbursement, government contracts and pricing, managed care, and compliance with federal and state statutes, FCPA, rules and regulations, privacy, safety/product liability law, and other laws, regulations and Company policies and procedures. Works collaboratively with Legal team partners (especially the VP, Commercial Product Law & Chief Privacy Officer and VP & Chief Compliance Officer) and key functions within GBT on all relevant topics. Includes coordination with other Legal team members focused on contracting matters. Partners with functional teams to establish a rapport and positive working relationship and provide pragmatic legal counsel regarding the achievement of business objectives in the areas described above. Works collaboratively and creatively with stakeholders and provides broad spectrum legal support and day-to-day counseling. Clearly and effectively renders and communicates practical, timely legal advice. Drafts, reviews and negotiates various commercial contracts (see Qualifications). As requested, serves as primary Legal advisor (and liaison with outside counsel) in the negotiation and settlement of business disputes or product liability matters to protect the Company's interests. Performs special projects as assigned and demonstrates leadership ability on a wide range of issues. Identifies training needs within client groups and assists in the development and presentation of training. Manages outside counsel to achieve timely and cost-effective work. Maintains a very strong working knowledge of applicable laws, regulations, and enforcement actions to identify emerging risks. Alerts the Company to trends and risks and assists in implementing policies and procedures in response thereto.

The candidate should have JD degree from an accredited law school; licensed in good standing with California state bar strongly preferred. Should have 8-12 years legal experience including 3+ years at a commercial-stage pharmaceutical or biotechnology company involved with product launches. Broad knowledge of and significant legal experience counselling commercial and other functions in anti-kickback, FDCA, OIG, privacy, FCPA and other statutes, regulations, guidances, enforcement, and trends applicable to the development, marketing and sale of pharmaceutical products, especially the US environment. Experience reviewing advertising, copy and promotional materials, conducting product reviews, advising on reimbursement and patient support activities and reviewing product labels. Experience drafting and negotiating pharma-related commercial and medical affairs contracts (e.g. supply, manufacturing, distribution, IST/clinical trial, managed markets, vendor) and/or other agreements. Experience with government price reporting preferred. Proven ability to think strategically about achieving corporate objectives by addressing the needs of internal and external stakeholders, and to analyze issues and propose options and recommendations. Excellent communication, negotiation, training and presentation skills and ability to interact with all levels of the organization. Strong organizational, project-management and teamwork skills. Self-motivated, innovative, strategic, detail-oriented and able to provide high quality and timely work product. Able to manage multiple projects and work successfully in a fast-paced environment under deadlines. Ability and track record of successfully working in cross-functional teams. Strong client service orientation and business acumen. Demonstrated success in a fast-paced, high-performing, fluid, and collaborative culture, working with individuals having diverse educational and cultural backgrounds. Ability to travel as necessary.
Legal 8 - 12 Full-time 2020-03-15
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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

mar 22, 2020


In-House Counsel
In-House,Confidential
Location : Malibu California United States

We are primarily a legal-employment related company located in Malibu, California with offices around the United States. We have an immediate need for a second attorney to join our legal team. This position involves assisting the company and compa... + read more

mar 13, 2020


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Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# RAGV148946
 
Associate Corporate Counsel The Candidate will be responsible to provide strategic advice and counsel to internal clients, including business and legal affairs, creative executives, HR professionals, business leaders and production teams regarding labor laws and union contractual obligations. Assist with drafting and negotiating collective bargaining agreements. Managing litigation, government agency investigations, audits and administrative charges, as well as the assessment, selection, and supervision of outside counsel.

The candidate should have J.D. degree and membership in good standing in one state bar with 2+ years of attorney experience is required. Experience serving as legal counsel for an entertainment industry guild, motion picture studio, production company, and/or network is required. Experience managing guild and union relationships. Experience drafting and negotiating talent, union, and guild agreements. Membership in good standing in the California bar. A mix of corporate law firm and in-house experience at a motion picture studio, production company, or network.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# EEQH148947
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will entail drafting, redlining and negotiating client and vendor agreements, providing legal advice to various departments and executives and assisting with SEC filings. Work as a key contributor to cutting edge deals. Provide business-savvy advice to our many departments. Negotiate directly with companys clients and vendors in a fast-paced environment. Analyze, interpret and simplify complex concepts into layperson terms. Draft and negotiate agreements with venue partners, carriers and vendors. Help with day-to-day compliance and oversee SEC filings. Serve as the legal point of contact when questions arise in the business. Have a Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school with license to practice law in California. Have a minimum of 3-5 years of law firm and/or in-house experience dealing with corporate transactions, contracts and/or SEC filings. Past experience negotiating a variety of contracts. Past experience working in the wireless technology industry. Past experience working with airports, carriers or other Internet providers. FCC/Regulatory knowledge. Familiarity with RFPs.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# SZBJ148948
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate must have strong written and verbal skills and will have responsibility for the following: Analyzing, investigating, and drafting responses to pre-litigation matters including, but not limited to, agency charges, attorney demand letters, government agency responses, and employment lawsuits. Attending mediations and making appearances acting as a strategic and zealous corporate representative. Providing advice and counsel on additional litigation-related matters, including case analysis and strategy, coordination of discovery, litigation preparedness, and related matters. Maintain an open and continuous line of communication at all times with Executive Management and Partners. Should have 5-8 years of experience or more in labor and employment matters, including strong knowledge of state and federal employment laws related to litigation, and advice and counsel. Exposure to a retail, restaurant, or multi-location company operations is strongly preferred. A law degree from an American law school and be a member in good standing of a state bar and eligible to practice in the State of California. Litigation background handling employment and commercial single-plaintiff litigation. Experience defending against claims of wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, and retaliation in both court proceedings and in binding arbitrations. Experience providing legal advice and counsel to human resources and responding to agency charges. Experience practicing in both a law firm and an in-house setting. Experience responding to complicated corporate subpoenas is a plus. Superior written and verbal communication skills, analytical skills, attention to detail, and time management skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# MYYA148949
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate must have strong written and verbal skills and will have responsibility for the following: Analyzing, investigating, and drafting responses to pre-litigation matters including, but not limited to, agency charges, attorney demand letters, government agency responses, and employment lawsuits. Attending mediations and making appearances acting as a strategic and zealous corporate representative. Providing advice and counsel on additional litigation-related matters, including case analysis and strategy, coordination of discovery, litigation preparedness, and related matters. Maintain an open and continuous line of communication at all times with Executive Management and Partners. Should have 5-8 years of experience or more in labor and employment matters, including strong knowledge of state and federal employment laws related to litigation, and advice and counsel. Exposure to a retail, restaurant, or multi-location company operations is strongly preferred. A law degree from an American law school and be a member in good standing of a state bar and eligible to practice in the State of California. Litigation background handling employment and commercial single-plaintiff litigation. Experience defending against claims of wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, and retaliation in both court proceedings and in binding arbitrations. Experience providing legal advice and counsel to human resources and responding to agency charges. Experience practicing in both a law firm and an in-house setting. Experience responding to complicated corporate subpoenas is a plus. Superior written and verbal communication skills, analytical skills, attention to detail, and time management skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# LLTQ148918
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will draft, negotiate, review and revise purchase agreements, employment agreements, leases, promissory notes and other acquisition- and joint venture-related documents. Help to manage the legal aspects of the deal process for a robust acquisition pipeline, including coordinating with outside counsel, opposing counsel and the companys internal deal team to ensure that deal timelines are met and tasks are effectively completed. Provide general corporate legal support to the company and its stakeholders, including the Business Development, Operations, Finance and Legal Departments.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree from an accredited undergraduate institution. Have a Juris Doctor degree from an accredited law school. Should have 2 - 5 years of corporate legal experience, ideally including experience in a corporate and transactional group of a large law firm. Membership in good standing with a United States State Bar. Demonstrated experience in conducting due diligence and negotiating and closing complex corporate transactions. Exceptional organizational skills and the ability to maintain highly detailed records. Willingness to spend considerable time drafting, reviewing and analyzing transaction documents. Ability to differentiate between theoretical and real-world considerations in a fast-paced dynamic legal department that requires a balance between critical thinking and efficient decision-making. Excellent communication skills necessary to coordinate amongst deal counterparties, internal teams and business units, professional service providers and outside counsel. Ability to prioritize and re-prioritize multiple projects and/or deadlines in a fast-paced work environment. Enthusiasm and energy to contribute to and thrive in an energetic and rapidly-evolving company with a collaborative atmosphere. Self-starter with an appetite for problem-solving and ability to own projects or tasks to see goals through to completion.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Assistant General Counsel - Corporate & Securities
Refer job# ESMP148897
 
Assistant General Counsel - Corporate & Securities The candidate will prepare and review 33 Act and 34 Act filings. Review, draft, and negotiate a wide range of agreements related to Companys business. Review the activities of the company to ensure compliance with relevant laws and regulations. Counsel internal clients on legal issues that arise in the course of Companys business including Sales, Supply Chain, Finance, Engineering, R&D, Compliance, HR and IT. Assist with corporate governance, capitalization management, employment and labor issues, and other matters under the purview of the General Counsel. Manage litigation and respond to claims and governmental inquiries. Manage Corporate Transactions including potential M&A activity. Maintain contract files and corporate books and records.

The candidate should have J.D. degree from an accredited law school. Active admission to the State Bar of California with no record of disciplinary or administrative action. Should have 5+ years of relevant experience in a law firm or in-house legal team. Ability and desire to do hands-on legal work while relying on outside counsel judiciously rather than routinely. Pragmatic, business focus with an understanding of business goals and commercial realities as well as legal risks. Exceptional attitude, strong work ethic, and excellent interpersonal and customer service skills, can interact comfortably with executives and senior management. Able to handle high stress, fast-moving situations in a professional, business-like manner. Ability to build good working relationships with both internal business partners and external contacts. Experience representing public corporations in the technology sector. Experience representing companies with operations in Asia. Strong analytical skills and ability to balance business needs with legal risks. Models ethical business behavior and decision making.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel, Regulatory
Refer job# XOAU148868
 
Corporate Counsel, Regulatory The candidates responsibilities include: External Tasks: Communicate with outside counsel on new filings and legal strategy. Gather information for discovery responses for outside counsel. Negotiate with opposing attorneys on prospective and existing lawsuits and resolve claims / reach settlement agreements. Contact city administrators and attorneys regarding regulatory issues and citations. Contact impound companies and negotiate release of scooters. Internal Tasks: Research and write appeals for regulatory appeals. Support government partnership teams on city ordinances and RFPs. Research impound and citation ordinances and state laws. Assist in preparing witnesses for criminal prosecution testimony. Assist in subpoena response preparation. Research products liability law across federal and multiple state jurisdictions. Draft memorandums for team to assess liability of claims and litigation risk. Requirements: Bachelor's Degree. Juris Doctorate (J.D.). Sharing Economy Experience Preferred. 5+ years of work as an attorney doing regulatory appeals, litigation, municipal legal work. Experience with litigation and appellate work. Good understanding of injury claim insurance process including submission, liability determination, resolution, etc. Superior Communication skills. Proficient using Microsoft Office suite, G-Suite.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Employment
Refer job# PMZE148869
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Employment The candidate oversees and manages the Companys litigation and employment practice and provides strategic legal advice to cross-functional business partners on a broad range of employment matters. Oversees the Companys compliance with federal, state and local employment and labor laws and assists the Company in mitigating against employment claims by proactively assessing and managing legal risk, and offering practical legal advice and solutions on a broad range of labor and employment matters that support best industry practices. Essential Responsibilities and Accountabilities: Provide guidance on all aspects of day-to-day employment-related matters, including, but not limited to hiring, discipline, training, terminations, investigations, accommodations, independent contractor issues, benefits and compensation, harassment, discrimination, retaliation, wage and hour issues, leave of absences, statutory claims and various issues involving the entire employment work cycle; Serve as the subject matter expert in all areas of federal and state labor and employment laws, including, but not limited to, Title VII, FMLA, NLRA, ADA, FLSA, ADEA, and OSHA. Manage the Company's defense of administrative litigation (DLSE, DFEH & EEOC), including formulating legal strategy, overseeing or performing the investigation and preparation of position statements, attending mediation and arbitrations, and negotiating settlement agreements; Conduct and/or supervise internal workplace investigations regarding sensitive matters; Manage and collaborate with outside counsel on employment-related matters including complex litigation; review pleadings; facilitate the gathering of information (documents, interviews, policies, employee information); Develop, prepare, and deliver internal training on a variety of employment law topics to assist in the mitigation of labor/employment lawsuits; Review and draft various types of employment agreements; Advise on legislative changes impacting the business and proactively identify risks and mitigating actions; Audit, draft, and implement employment policies and processes to ensure compliance with relevant laws and regulations that support best industry practices; assist in drafting job descriptions and preparing the Companys Employee Handbook; Conduct legal research and prepare legal opinions; remain up-to-date on changes in employment and labor laws and provide legal updates to Company. Secondary Duties: Assist in managing outside counsel in connection with general civil litigation and other matters; Provide substantive support for the rest of the Legal team as needed, including strategic transactions, contracts, and other ad hoc projects; Perform other duties as assigned. Requirements (Knowledge, Skills and Abilities): Extensive and substantive knowledge of California employment laws and its practical application; Excellent communication (written and verbal) skills; ability to communicate and interact effectively and appropriately with all levels within the Company; Proven contract drafting and negotiating skills; Education: J.D. from a school of law accredited by the American Bar Association. Licenses: California Bar License. Experience: 4 years of relevant professional legal experience practicing employment law, as an advisor and/or litigator, in a law firm or in-house legal department; Labor Law and Human Resources experience is a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# UXYK148876
 
Corporate Counsel The candidates responsibilities include: Actively manage the investigation and resolution of pre-litigation consumer and commercial disputes. Assist in managing active litigation, including overseeing outside counsel. Review and negotiate commercial agreements, including MSAs, NDAs, license agreements, and indemnity agreements. Assist in providing legal guidance to product, tech, marketing, and operations teams on a full range of issues throughout the product lifecycleReview and revise material agreements with program sponsors, participating jurisdictions, and registered home improvement contractors. Support the drafting and revising of consumer-facing agreements, communications and marketing collateral. Juris Doctorate (JD) from top law school and a state bar member in good standing (California preferred). 2 - 5 years of experience with 2 years at a top-tier law firm. Preferred Skills / Experience: Prior litigation and/or consumer financial services experience.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial Product Law
Refer job# IESJ148879
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial Product Law The candidate will be in coordination with the VP, Commercial Product Law & Chief Privacy Officer, serves as day-to-day lead and strategic legal business partner to the GBT commercial, medical and regulatory affairs teams, as well as patient advocacy/support teams, in connection with companys efforts to commercialize Oxbryta, companys first commercial product. Provides comprehensive and high quality legal support to company in the areas of sales, marketing, promotional/medical/patient materials, patient access/support/ reimbursement, government contracts and pricing, managed care, and compliance with federal and state statutes, FCPA, rules and regulations, privacy, safety/product liability law, and other laws, regulations and Company policies and procedures. Works collaboratively with Legal team partners (especially the VP, Commercial Product Law & Chief Privacy Officer and VP & Chief Compliance Officer) and key functions within GBT on all relevant topics. Includes coordination with other Legal team members focused on contracting matters. Partners with functional teams to establish a rapport and positive working relationship and provide pragmatic legal counsel regarding the achievement of business objectives in the areas described above. Works collaboratively and creatively with stakeholders and provides broad spectrum legal support and day-to-day counseling. Clearly and effectively renders and communicates practical, timely legal advice. Drafts, reviews and negotiates various commercial contracts (see Qualifications). As requested, serves as primary Legal advisor (and liaison with outside counsel) in the negotiation and settlement of business disputes or product liability matters to protect the Company's interests. Performs special projects as assigned and demonstrates leadership ability on a wide range of issues. Identifies training needs within client groups and assists in the development and presentation of training. Manages outside counsel to achieve timely and cost-effective work. Maintains a very strong working knowledge of applicable laws, regulations, and enforcement actions to identify emerging risks. Alerts the Company to trends and risks and assists in implementing policies and procedures in response thereto.

The candidate should have JD degree from an accredited law school; licensed in good standing with California state bar strongly preferred. Should have 8-12 years legal experience including 3+ years at a commercial-stage pharmaceutical or biotechnology company involved with product launches. Broad knowledge of and significant legal experience counselling commercial and other functions in anti-kickback, FDCA, OIG, privacy, FCPA and other statutes, regulations, guidances, enforcement, and trends applicable to the development, marketing and sale of pharmaceutical products, especially the US environment. Experience reviewing advertising, copy and promotional materials, conducting product reviews, advising on reimbursement and patient support activities and reviewing product labels. Experience drafting and negotiating pharma-related commercial and medical affairs contracts (e.g. supply, manufacturing, distribution, IST/clinical trial, managed markets, vendor) and/or other agreements. Experience with government price reporting preferred. Proven ability to think strategically about achieving corporate objectives by addressing the needs of internal and external stakeholders, and to analyze issues and propose options and recommendations. Excellent communication, negotiation, training and presentation skills and ability to interact with all levels of the organization. Strong organizational, project-management and teamwork skills. Self-motivated, innovative, strategic, detail-oriented and able to provide high quality and timely work product. Able to manage multiple projects and work successfully in a fast-paced environment under deadlines. Ability and track record of successfully working in cross-functional teams. Strong client service orientation and business acumen. Demonstrated success in a fast-paced, high-performing, fluid, and collaborative culture, working with individuals having diverse educational and cultural backgrounds. Ability to travel as necessary.
 
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