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We are pleased that your assessment of options has led you to General Counsel Consulting, and we invite you to browse our website to learn more about our firm and the career opportunities we offer. If you would like to be considered for an in-house attorney position, feel free to submit your resume.
 
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Corporate Counsel

San Francisco CA Corporate Counsel The candidate will prepare and review board and committee materials; develop and management of our corporate governance programs; and advise on all other board-related matters. Support corporate governance processes, including general record keeping, preparation of board and committee meeting agendas, presentations, resolutions, consents, minutes, and other materials. Provide support for corporate development activities, including mergers and acquisitions and strategic corporate partnerships. Support international corporate governance, international registration, compliance, and management of subsidiary entities both domestic and international. Provide general advice and counsel to leaders in's Finance, Accounting, Tax, Insurance, and Investor Relations teams. Work closely with our equity team on equity matters, including equity plans, and compensation issues. Help counsel the business with respect to other legal matters, including tax and insurance.

The candidate should have a JD and active membership in at least one State Bar. Must have 12+ years of experience as a corporate securities or corporate transactions attorney (a mix of law firm and in-house experience at a public company is desired). Have experience with SEC and stock exchange reporting and requirements, including preparation and filing of 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, proxy statements, Section 16 reports, and 1934 Act filings, including leading and filing all securities documentation. Have excellent verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to synthesize and present complex ideas simply and understandably to employees at all levels as well as to our management team and board. Creates clarity and brings focus and direction to the most important priorities that will drive the biggest impact, mitigate the most significant risks, and deliver the greatest return on the investment of time and resources. Have a proven track record of fostering a team culture based on empathy, collaboration, mutual respect, and is someone who genuinely cares about the people they lead Comfortable working in a fast-paced, high-energy environment, and capable of dealing with and navigating ambiguity. Be intellectually curious, humble (no task is too big or too small), and ?through it all ?doesn t take themselves too seriously.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-18

Director, Corporate Counsel

El Segundo CA Director, Corporate Counsel The candidate will lead & support M&A transactions and strategic investments, including coordination of legal strategy, negotiation, and due diligence. Manage strategic transactions, including coordinating diligence matters, drafting agreements and assisting with post-closing matters. Spearhead legal and strategic initiatives from start to finish by working in collaboration with internal stakeholders. Draft, review and negotiate documentation for corporate finance transactions, including debt financings and equity offerings. Advice on company reporting and securities law matters, and prepare SEC filings such as proxy statements, Forms 10-K, 10-Q, and 8-K, and Section 16 reports. Draft and review a wide variety of commercial agreements, including but not limited to license agreements, services agreements and leases. Advice on employee equity documents and plans. Assist in creating and improving processes, agreements, and document templates. Support and manage internal corporate initiatives and policies. Support the corporate secretarial function by preparing board and stockholder materials and consents and with investor outreach.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an ABA-approved law school and an active member in good standing of at least one State Bar. Should have 5+ years of experience practicing corporate law. Should have a breadth of legal knowledge across disciplines including corporate, commercial, mergers and acquisitions, finance, compliance, securities and corporate governance. Experience at a top-tier law firm in capital markets and e-commerce public companies is preferred. Should have organizational experience and strategic thinking, and experience advancing projects in a multi-stakeholder environment, business judgment and client counseling experience.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-18

Associate Corporate Counsel

Santa Monica CA Associate Corporate Counsel Duties: Structuring, drafting and negotiating complex commercial agreements, including technology, distribution, licensing and marketing contracts. Providing ongoing legal counseling in a wide range of legal areas, such as intellectual property, digital media and regulatory compliance. Product or service counseling support. Serving as lead counsel and directly advising business clients on strategic deals. Resolving issues that arise in existing commercial relationships and handling pre-litigation legal disputes and inquiries.

Qualifications: JD degree and membership in at least one state bar is required. 2+ years of experience practicing law, preferably with some portion of that experience in technology and commercial transactions. Preferred Qualifications: 2+ years experience in a top national or international law firm. In-house experience is a plus. Ability to demonstrate sound judgment in ambiguous situations. Ability to work independently while being able to contribute successfully to cross-functional teams. Excellent organizational skills, ability to manage multiple projects at once, follow through, and meet deadlines.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-18

Corporate Counsel

Carlsbad CA Corporate Counsel Duties: Serve as a central point of contact for the legal needs of our GTS business, including providing guidance to business leaders and global team members on, and address a range of, legal, operational, and business issues that impact GTS businesses and sites. Draft, negotiate, and, if appropriate, seek approval for the execution of a range of commercial contracts, including Business Associate Agreements (BAAs), clinical services agreements, manufacturing agreements, OEM and supply contracts, technology in-licenses, out-licenses, technical collaborations, joint development agreements, quality agreements, term sheets and other commercial and intellectual property agreements of varying complexity, as needed. Resolve commercial disputes related to the same. Seek and provide appropriate guidance and involvement of/to other relevant functions, such as research and development, regulatory, clinical affairs, medical affairs, intellectual property, licensing, business development, finance, purchasing, accounting, sales, product management, quality, global trade compliance, procurement, and marketing, to facilitate business transactions and handle legal compliance matters and requests. Perform analysis on legal rights, obligations, and strategies to help GTS and the Company achieve its goals and objectives. Participate in diligence and integration activities relating to M&A. Develop new and update existing contracts and collaborate with the business and other members of the GSD legal team on improving processes to ensure efficient support. Respond to inquiries and advise our GTS employees on laws and company policies to help ensure business planning and activities are done in accordance with applicable requirements and deliver training programs on risk management to our internal clients. Promote PPI (process improvement) initiatives and adopt a process improvement culture within our Life Sciences Legal organization.

Qualifications: J.D. degree (US) or its equivalent in another country, and admission to a state bar is required, or its equivalent in another country. A degree or significant experience working in life sciences is preferred, as is a solid understanding of patent law. 6+ years of relevant legal experience, including familiarity with laws and contracts relating to selling into clinical settings as well as general contract preparation, negotiation, and related activities resulting in strong and demonstrated experience with business and contract law and risk allocation. Requires the ability to understand and frame legal and related business issues to successfully prepare, review and negotiate commercial agreements, and resolve disputes. Commercial experience and working knowledge of standard business processes that want to work within a dynamic, diverse, and fast-paced global environment and provide outstanding business partnering support by developing practical processes/approaches, and driving strategy to action and solutions to completion. Be detailed oriented and have the ability to work through and tackle problems of diverse scope and moderate to high complexity as well as performing multiple tasks contemporaneously, involving commitments of moderate resources, and requiring an understanding of issues surrounding contracts, technology, and corporate structure. Team-oriented with strong interpersonal skills, but also has a high level of initiative, the ability to work autonomously, and can recognize when to seek guidance from the Director, Divisional Counsel, General Counsel, and company personnel or consultants.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-18

Corporate Counsel

South San Francisco CA Corporate Counsel Duties: Serve as a central point of contact for the legal needs of our GTS business, including providing guidance to business leaders and global team members on, and address a range of, legal, operational, and business issues that impact GTS businesses and sites. Draft, negotiate, and, if appropriate, seek approval for the execution of a range of commercial contracts, including Business Associate Agreements (BAAs), clinical services agreements, manufacturing agreements, OEM and supply contracts, technology in-licenses, out-licenses, technical collaborations, joint development agreements, quality agreements, term sheets and other commercial and intellectual property agreements of varying complexity, as needed. Resolve commercial disputes related to the same. Seek and provide appropriate guidance and involvement of/to other relevant functions, such as research and development, regulatory, clinical affairs, medical affairs, intellectual property, licensing, business development, finance, purchasing, accounting, sales, product management, quality, global trade compliance, procurement, and marketing, to facilitate business transactions and handle legal compliance matters and requests. Perform analysis on legal rights, obligations, and strategies to help GTS and the Company achieve its goals and objectives. Participate in diligence and integration activities relating to M&A. Develop new and update existing contracts and collaborate with the business and other members of the GSD legal team on improving processes to ensure efficient support. Respond to inquiries and advise our GTS employees on laws and company policies to help ensure business planning and activities are done in accordance with applicable requirements and deliver training programs on risk management to our internal clients. Promote PPI (process improvement) initiatives and adopt a process improvement culture within our Life Sciences Legal organization.

Qualifications: J.D. degree (US) or its equivalent in another country, and admission to a state bar is required, or its equivalent in another country. A degree or significant experience working in life sciences is preferred, as is a solid understanding of patent law. 6+ years of relevant legal experience, including familiarity with laws and contracts relating to selling into clinical settings as well as general contract preparation, negotiation, and related activities resulting in strong and demonstrated experience with business and contract law and risk allocation. Requires the ability to understand and frame legal and related business issues to successfully prepare, review and negotiate commercial agreements, and resolve disputes. Commercial experience and working knowledge of standard business processes that want to work within a dynamic, diverse, and fast-paced global environment and provide outstanding business partnering support by developing practical processes/approaches, and driving strategy to action and solutions to completion. Be detailed oriented and have the ability to work through and tackle problems of diverse scope and moderate to high complexity as well as performing multiple tasks contemporaneously, involving commitments of moderate resources, and requiring an understanding of issues surrounding contracts, technology, and corporate structure. Team-oriented with strong interpersonal skills, but also has a high level of initiative, the ability to work autonomously, and can recognize when to seek guidance from the Director, Divisional Counsel, General Counsel, and company personnel or consultants.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-18

Associate Corporate Counsel

Santa Monica CA Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will be partnering with the legal team and their business operations clients to achieve operational excellence, ensure compliance with state and federal regulators, consider legal issues of first impression and move strategic deals through to completion. Will be structuring, drafting and negotiating complex commercial agreements, including technology, distribution, licensing and marketing contracts. Providing ongoing legal counseling in a wide range of legal areas, such as intellectual property, digital media and regulatory compliance. Product or service counseling support. Serving as lead counsel and directly advising business clients on strategic deals. Resolving issues that arise in existing commercial relationships and handling pre-litigation legal disputes and inquiries. Should have JD degree and membership in one State Bar. Must have 2 years of experience practicing law, preferably with some portion of that experience in technology and commercial transactions. In-house experience is a plus. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-18

Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial Technology Transactions

Pleasanton CA Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial Technology Transactions The candidate will drive valuable technology transactions, which will include negotiation with customers and drafting of subscription, data processing, and professional services agreements, assignments, amendments, and add-on transactions. Provide proactive strategic advice and guidance to internal teams regarding business and legal issues and risks. Assist in implementing legal efficiencies to support the customer base business unit and improve our contract processes and operations in that segment. Help build and improve contract templates and negotiation playbooks and provide internal training to sales, sales operations, contract operations, and the broader GTM legal team on how we can create a frictionless customer contract experience. Should have a J.D. Degree and membership in at least one state bar in good standing. Must have 7+ years of law firm and/or in-house legal experience, with 3+ years focused on negotiation and management of high-value technology transactions. Experience with SaaS, web technologies, cloud technologies/platforms, the mobile space, cloud computing, enterprise software and/or social network environment is required. Outstanding written and oral communication skills and the ability to communicate effectively with legal and non-legal audiences at all levels of the organization is essential. Must have excellent contract negotiation and drafting skills, comfortable and adept at teaming with sales leadership in fast-paced customer-facing transactions. The ability to work independently and balance a large volume of transactions and projects simultaneously under pressure is needed. Have attention to detail, willingness to roll up their sleeves to get into the details and drive creative solutions but the ability to think on the fly and drive efficient deal process and fast decision making. Must have demonstrated exceptional judgment and integrity with the ability to think strategically and give practical advice appropriately weighing legal and business objectives. Have strong leadership ability, including outstanding influence and communication skills. Have superior business judgment and the ability to address complex opportunities and issues in creative and effective ways, always with the customer in mind. Have a high level of integrity, professionalism, curiosity, humility, and willingness to grow. Great teammate with a sense of humor. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-18

Director Corporate Counsel, Commercialization & Franchise Strategy

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

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

Corporate Counsel Offer Enablement

San Jose CA Corporate Counsel - Offer Enablement The candidate will help lead projects and groundbreaking process improvement initiatives in all facets of the legal work supporting company's offer development and commercial transactions. Will be adept at helping respond to business and legal team requests related to offers, buying programs and deal needs, as well as utilize excellent legal and interpersonal skills to work with people at various levels of the Legal team and with business clients. Responsible for working with others in the Offer Enablement team, product counsel, contract negotiators and others across Legal to transform our support for buying programs. Also collaborate with internal legal stakeholders and business clients to help frame the future of our contract model and go to market approach for all offers and buying programs. Should have 2-3 years of professional experience (legal or non-legal) and J.D. (or J.D. within 6 months of start date). Admission to the bar of a US state jurisdiction within 12 months of start date is required. Prior experience within Legal, Finance, Marketing, Contract or Operations organizations a plus. Should have excellent verbal and written communication skills required, both at the peer and executive level. Must have strong working knowledge of Microsoft Powerpoint, Excel, Word, Smartsheets and other productivity tools,. Legal 2 - 3 Full-time 2021-09-18

Managing Counsel, Securities And Corporate Finance

Gardena CA Managing Counsel, Securities and Corporate Finance Duties: Work closely with the General Counsel to support the company with respect to securities reporting obligations, financing transactions and corporate governance. Manage the company's disclosure obligations and ensure compliance with all securities laws, rules and regulations. An ideal candidate will possess exceptional interpersonal skills and verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to sift through complicated legal and regulatory issues and communicate only the important aspects in a clear and concise manner at all levels within the organization. Manage the securities reporting obligations of the company ( 33 Act and 34 Act) Ensure compliance with securities laws, rules and regulations, including listing requirements Prepare and file Forms 8-K, 10-Q and 10-K, registration statements, Section 16 filings, 10b5-1 trading plans, annual proxy statements, and all related filings. Advise senior management on disclosure matters, including earnings and other press releases. Support and advise on corporate governance activities, including Board-related processes, policies and activities. Assist with governance policies and procedures, including those related to SOX, insider trading, corporate governance guidelines, and committee charters. Support and advise on debt and equity financings, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, strategic alliances and other corporate transactions. Support for executive compensation and equity compensation plans. Coordinate and oversee due diligence activities. Review, negotiate and draft contracts with vendors and other commercial transactions.

Qualifications: JD Degree or equivalent professional qualification from a nationally-recognized accredited law school. Membership in California State Bar, or active in at least one other State Bar. 8+ years of general corporate and securities experience at a leading law firm or in-house. Strong knowledge of relevant practice areas. Experience drafting and reviewing Forms 8-K, 10-Q, 10-K, proxy statements and registration statements. Familiarity with Section 16 filings and stock administration. Ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines with consistently high-quality work product in a fast-paced environment. Team player with ability to collaborate cross-functionally. Strong legal research and analytical skills. Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills. Detail-oriented with excellent organizational skills, ability to multi-task, and the ability to problem-solve Work in a team-oriented environment and meet tight deadlines and prioritize projects with limited supervision. Self-directed in work prioritization and demonstrates superior judgment-making ability within the scope of the position's areas of responsibility.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-17
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# QOSL161919
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will prepare and review board and committee materials; develop and management of our corporate governance programs; and advise on all other board-related matters. Support corporate governance processes, including general record keeping, preparation of board and committee meeting agendas, presentations, resolutions, consents, minutes, and other materials. Provide support for corporate development activities, including mergers and acquisitions and strategic corporate partnerships. Support international corporate governance, international registration, compliance, and management of subsidiary entities both domestic and international. Provide general advice and counsel to leaders in's Finance, Accounting, Tax, Insurance, and Investor Relations teams. Work closely with our equity team on equity matters, including equity plans, and compensation issues. Help counsel the business with respect to other legal matters, including tax and insurance.

The candidate should have a JD and active membership in at least one State Bar. Must have 12+ years of experience as a corporate securities or corporate transactions attorney (a mix of law firm and in-house experience at a public company is desired). Have experience with SEC and stock exchange reporting and requirements, including preparation and filing of 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, proxy statements, Section 16 reports, and 1934 Act filings, including leading and filing all securities documentation. Have excellent verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to synthesize and present complex ideas simply and understandably to employees at all levels as well as to our management team and board. Creates clarity and brings focus and direction to the most important priorities that will drive the biggest impact, mitigate the most significant risks, and deliver the greatest return on the investment of time and resources. Have a proven track record of fostering a team culture based on empathy, collaboration, mutual respect, and is someone who genuinely cares about the people they lead Comfortable working in a fast-paced, high-energy environment, and capable of dealing with and navigating ambiguity. Be intellectually curious, humble (no task is too big or too small), and ?through it all ?doesn t take themselves too seriously.
 
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Director, Corporate Counsel
Refer job# KREL161920
 
Director, Corporate Counsel The candidate will lead & support M&A transactions and strategic investments, including coordination of legal strategy, negotiation, and due diligence. Manage strategic transactions, including coordinating diligence matters, drafting agreements and assisting with post-closing matters. Spearhead legal and strategic initiatives from start to finish by working in collaboration with internal stakeholders. Draft, review and negotiate documentation for corporate finance transactions, including debt financings and equity offerings. Advice on company reporting and securities law matters, and prepare SEC filings such as proxy statements, Forms 10-K, 10-Q, and 8-K, and Section 16 reports. Draft and review a wide variety of commercial agreements, including but not limited to license agreements, services agreements and leases. Advice on employee equity documents and plans. Assist in creating and improving processes, agreements, and document templates. Support and manage internal corporate initiatives and policies. Support the corporate secretarial function by preparing board and stockholder materials and consents and with investor outreach.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an ABA-approved law school and an active member in good standing of at least one State Bar. Should have 5+ years of experience practicing corporate law. Should have a breadth of legal knowledge across disciplines including corporate, commercial, mergers and acquisitions, finance, compliance, securities and corporate governance. Experience at a top-tier law firm in capital markets and e-commerce public companies is preferred. Should have organizational experience and strategic thinking, and experience advancing projects in a multi-stakeholder environment, business judgment and client counseling experience.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# CFXG161928
 
Associate Corporate Counsel Duties: Structuring, drafting and negotiating complex commercial agreements, including technology, distribution, licensing and marketing contracts. Providing ongoing legal counseling in a wide range of legal areas, such as intellectual property, digital media and regulatory compliance. Product or service counseling support. Serving as lead counsel and directly advising business clients on strategic deals. Resolving issues that arise in existing commercial relationships and handling pre-litigation legal disputes and inquiries.

Qualifications: JD degree and membership in at least one state bar is required. 2+ years of experience practicing law, preferably with some portion of that experience in technology and commercial transactions. Preferred Qualifications: 2+ years experience in a top national or international law firm. In-house experience is a plus. Ability to demonstrate sound judgment in ambiguous situations. Ability to work independently while being able to contribute successfully to cross-functional teams. Excellent organizational skills, ability to manage multiple projects at once, follow through, and meet deadlines.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# YQDO161941
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Serve as a central point of contact for the legal needs of our GTS business, including providing guidance to business leaders and global team members on, and address a range of, legal, operational, and business issues that impact GTS businesses and sites. Draft, negotiate, and, if appropriate, seek approval for the execution of a range of commercial contracts, including Business Associate Agreements (BAAs), clinical services agreements, manufacturing agreements, OEM and supply contracts, technology in-licenses, out-licenses, technical collaborations, joint development agreements, quality agreements, term sheets and other commercial and intellectual property agreements of varying complexity, as needed. Resolve commercial disputes related to the same. Seek and provide appropriate guidance and involvement of/to other relevant functions, such as research and development, regulatory, clinical affairs, medical affairs, intellectual property, licensing, business development, finance, purchasing, accounting, sales, product management, quality, global trade compliance, procurement, and marketing, to facilitate business transactions and handle legal compliance matters and requests. Perform analysis on legal rights, obligations, and strategies to help GTS and the Company achieve its goals and objectives. Participate in diligence and integration activities relating to M&A. Develop new and update existing contracts and collaborate with the business and other members of the GSD legal team on improving processes to ensure efficient support. Respond to inquiries and advise our GTS employees on laws and company policies to help ensure business planning and activities are done in accordance with applicable requirements and deliver training programs on risk management to our internal clients. Promote PPI (process improvement) initiatives and adopt a process improvement culture within our Life Sciences Legal organization.

Qualifications: J.D. degree (US) or its equivalent in another country, and admission to a state bar is required, or its equivalent in another country. A degree or significant experience working in life sciences is preferred, as is a solid understanding of patent law. 6+ years of relevant legal experience, including familiarity with laws and contracts relating to selling into clinical settings as well as general contract preparation, negotiation, and related activities resulting in strong and demonstrated experience with business and contract law and risk allocation. Requires the ability to understand and frame legal and related business issues to successfully prepare, review and negotiate commercial agreements, and resolve disputes. Commercial experience and working knowledge of standard business processes that want to work within a dynamic, diverse, and fast-paced global environment and provide outstanding business partnering support by developing practical processes/approaches, and driving strategy to action and solutions to completion. Be detailed oriented and have the ability to work through and tackle problems of diverse scope and moderate to high complexity as well as performing multiple tasks contemporaneously, involving commitments of moderate resources, and requiring an understanding of issues surrounding contracts, technology, and corporate structure. Team-oriented with strong interpersonal skills, but also has a high level of initiative, the ability to work autonomously, and can recognize when to seek guidance from the Director, Divisional Counsel, General Counsel, and company personnel or consultants.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# MDHU161942
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Serve as a central point of contact for the legal needs of our GTS business, including providing guidance to business leaders and global team members on, and address a range of, legal, operational, and business issues that impact GTS businesses and sites. Draft, negotiate, and, if appropriate, seek approval for the execution of a range of commercial contracts, including Business Associate Agreements (BAAs), clinical services agreements, manufacturing agreements, OEM and supply contracts, technology in-licenses, out-licenses, technical collaborations, joint development agreements, quality agreements, term sheets and other commercial and intellectual property agreements of varying complexity, as needed. Resolve commercial disputes related to the same. Seek and provide appropriate guidance and involvement of/to other relevant functions, such as research and development, regulatory, clinical affairs, medical affairs, intellectual property, licensing, business development, finance, purchasing, accounting, sales, product management, quality, global trade compliance, procurement, and marketing, to facilitate business transactions and handle legal compliance matters and requests. Perform analysis on legal rights, obligations, and strategies to help GTS and the Company achieve its goals and objectives. Participate in diligence and integration activities relating to M&A. Develop new and update existing contracts and collaborate with the business and other members of the GSD legal team on improving processes to ensure efficient support. Respond to inquiries and advise our GTS employees on laws and company policies to help ensure business planning and activities are done in accordance with applicable requirements and deliver training programs on risk management to our internal clients. Promote PPI (process improvement) initiatives and adopt a process improvement culture within our Life Sciences Legal organization.

Qualifications: J.D. degree (US) or its equivalent in another country, and admission to a state bar is required, or its equivalent in another country. A degree or significant experience working in life sciences is preferred, as is a solid understanding of patent law. 6+ years of relevant legal experience, including familiarity with laws and contracts relating to selling into clinical settings as well as general contract preparation, negotiation, and related activities resulting in strong and demonstrated experience with business and contract law and risk allocation. Requires the ability to understand and frame legal and related business issues to successfully prepare, review and negotiate commercial agreements, and resolve disputes. Commercial experience and working knowledge of standard business processes that want to work within a dynamic, diverse, and fast-paced global environment and provide outstanding business partnering support by developing practical processes/approaches, and driving strategy to action and solutions to completion. Be detailed oriented and have the ability to work through and tackle problems of diverse scope and moderate to high complexity as well as performing multiple tasks contemporaneously, involving commitments of moderate resources, and requiring an understanding of issues surrounding contracts, technology, and corporate structure. Team-oriented with strong interpersonal skills, but also has a high level of initiative, the ability to work autonomously, and can recognize when to seek guidance from the Director, Divisional Counsel, General Counsel, and company personnel or consultants.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# NLCE161945
 
Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will be partnering with the legal team and their business operations clients to achieve operational excellence, ensure compliance with state and federal regulators, consider legal issues of first impression and move strategic deals through to completion. Will be structuring, drafting and negotiating complex commercial agreements, including technology, distribution, licensing and marketing contracts. Providing ongoing legal counseling in a wide range of legal areas, such as intellectual property, digital media and regulatory compliance. Product or service counseling support. Serving as lead counsel and directly advising business clients on strategic deals. Resolving issues that arise in existing commercial relationships and handling pre-litigation legal disputes and inquiries. Should have JD degree and membership in one State Bar. Must have 2 years of experience practicing law, preferably with some portion of that experience in technology and commercial transactions. In-house experience is a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial Technology Transactions
Refer job# LTTI161953
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial Technology Transactions The candidate will drive valuable technology transactions, which will include negotiation with customers and drafting of subscription, data processing, and professional services agreements, assignments, amendments, and add-on transactions. Provide proactive strategic advice and guidance to internal teams regarding business and legal issues and risks. Assist in implementing legal efficiencies to support the customer base business unit and improve our contract processes and operations in that segment. Help build and improve contract templates and negotiation playbooks and provide internal training to sales, sales operations, contract operations, and the broader GTM legal team on how we can create a frictionless customer contract experience. Should have a J.D. Degree and membership in at least one state bar in good standing. Must have 7+ years of law firm and/or in-house legal experience, with 3+ years focused on negotiation and management of high-value technology transactions. Experience with SaaS, web technologies, cloud technologies/platforms, the mobile space, cloud computing, enterprise software and/or social network environment is required. Outstanding written and oral communication skills and the ability to communicate effectively with legal and non-legal audiences at all levels of the organization is essential. Must have excellent contract negotiation and drafting skills, comfortable and adept at teaming with sales leadership in fast-paced customer-facing transactions. The ability to work independently and balance a large volume of transactions and projects simultaneously under pressure is needed. Have attention to detail, willingness to roll up their sleeves to get into the details and drive creative solutions but the ability to think on the fly and drive efficient deal process and fast decision making. Must have demonstrated exceptional judgment and integrity with the ability to think strategically and give practical advice appropriately weighing legal and business objectives. Have strong leadership ability, including outstanding influence and communication skills. Have superior business judgment and the ability to address complex opportunities and issues in creative and effective ways, always with the customer in mind. Have a high level of integrity, professionalism, curiosity, humility, and willingness to grow. Great teammate with a sense of humor.
 
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Director Corporate Counsel, Commercialization & Franchise Strategy
Refer job# XWBU161968
 
Director Corporate Counsel, Commercialization & Franchise Strategy Serve as primary legal support and trusted business partner for one or more brands and/or franchises and related business functions. This includes providing solutions-oriented legal advice and counsel on marketing, medical affairs, and regulatory strategies, promotional tactics and materials, direct-to-consumer advertising campaigns and programs, FDA labeling, healthcare fraud and abuse laws, anti-kickback statute and other laws impacting the commercialization of pharmaceutical products in the U.S. Proactively identify potential legal risks; conduct thorough and reasoned analysis of complex legal issues, advising stakeholders in a manner that provides practical legal advice while properly managing risk to the organization. Serve as a legal representative on promotional materials review committee and provide legal review of franchise training materials and corporate communications related to franchise topics. Serve as legal representative on medical affairs materials review committee and serve as the legal representative on other corporate, marketing, and medical affairs committees on an as-needed basis. Guide colleagues on appropriate relationships with healthcare professionals, patients, managed care entities, healthcare organizations and government officials and entities. Apply legal expertise, drafting, and negotiation skills to counsel and support franchise team(s) to effectively manage risks on contractual matters, including review and negotiation of legal agreements related to franchise projects and programs, commercial contracts, vendor agreements, service agreements, and consulting agreements. Create and deliver training and other presentations to business partners and other members of team on legal topics and other relevant subjects. Partner with Legal department colleagues in executing and enhancing corporate and department objectives. Keep informed of new laws, regulations, and industry trends to identify any potentials impacts to the organization.

Qualifications: U.S. JD Degree; active law license in at least one U.S. jurisdiction. 7+ years of experience in-house or with a law firm, supporting clients in the biotech or pharmaceutical industry. Experience in working with the pharmaceutical or biotech industry is required. Experience advising clients on laws and regulations governing the pharmaceutical industry, including but not limited to FDA regulations, False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute, OIG guidance, the PhRMA Code, HIPAA, and product liability laws. Demonstrated familiarity with the broader legal issues facing pharmaceutical companies internationally. Must be self-motivated, proactive, strategic, and exhibit excellent judgment. Legal analysis and advice are well-reasoned and accurate, potential legal and compliance issues are consistently identified, Corporate Counsel takes ownership and responsibility for legal issues that arise with the franchise(s) and function(s) he or she supports. Adept at understanding of the motivation and needs of others and effectively communicating with a diverse audience, including senior leaders, in a manner that generates confidence and support for proposals/recommendations. Ability to create and deliver effective oral presentations, train, and educate stakeholders and members of the department on legal topics and issues. Excellent communication skills, both oral and written; ability to handle heavy workload for multiple clients; team player with strong interpersonal skills. High degree of personal, professional and corporate ethics, integrity and responsibility. Demonstrated leadership abilities and behaviors.
 
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Corporate Counsel Offer Enablement
Refer job# XFHV161977
 
Corporate Counsel - Offer Enablement The candidate will help lead projects and groundbreaking process improvement initiatives in all facets of the legal work supporting company's offer development and commercial transactions. Will be adept at helping respond to business and legal team requests related to offers, buying programs and deal needs, as well as utilize excellent legal and interpersonal skills to work with people at various levels of the Legal team and with business clients. Responsible for working with others in the Offer Enablement team, product counsel, contract negotiators and others across Legal to transform our support for buying programs. Also collaborate with internal legal stakeholders and business clients to help frame the future of our contract model and go to market approach for all offers and buying programs. Should have 2-3 years of professional experience (legal or non-legal) and J.D. (or J.D. within 6 months of start date). Admission to the bar of a US state jurisdiction within 12 months of start date is required. Prior experience within Legal, Finance, Marketing, Contract or Operations organizations a plus. Should have excellent verbal and written communication skills required, both at the peer and executive level. Must have strong working knowledge of Microsoft Powerpoint, Excel, Word, Smartsheets and other productivity tools,.
 
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Managing Counsel, Securities And Corporate Finance
Refer job# WLTN161881
 
Managing Counsel, Securities and Corporate Finance Duties: Work closely with the General Counsel to support the company with respect to securities reporting obligations, financing transactions and corporate governance. Manage the company's disclosure obligations and ensure compliance with all securities laws, rules and regulations. An ideal candidate will possess exceptional interpersonal skills and verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to sift through complicated legal and regulatory issues and communicate only the important aspects in a clear and concise manner at all levels within the organization. Manage the securities reporting obligations of the company ( 33 Act and 34 Act) Ensure compliance with securities laws, rules and regulations, including listing requirements Prepare and file Forms 8-K, 10-Q and 10-K, registration statements, Section 16 filings, 10b5-1 trading plans, annual proxy statements, and all related filings. Advise senior management on disclosure matters, including earnings and other press releases. Support and advise on corporate governance activities, including Board-related processes, policies and activities. Assist with governance policies and procedures, including those related to SOX, insider trading, corporate governance guidelines, and committee charters. Support and advise on debt and equity financings, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, strategic alliances and other corporate transactions. Support for executive compensation and equity compensation plans. Coordinate and oversee due diligence activities. Review, negotiate and draft contracts with vendors and other commercial transactions.

Qualifications: JD Degree or equivalent professional qualification from a nationally-recognized accredited law school. Membership in California State Bar, or active in at least one other State Bar. 8+ years of general corporate and securities experience at a leading law firm or in-house. Strong knowledge of relevant practice areas. Experience drafting and reviewing Forms 8-K, 10-Q, 10-K, proxy statements and registration statements. Familiarity with Section 16 filings and stock administration. Ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines with consistently high-quality work product in a fast-paced environment. Team player with ability to collaborate cross-functionally. Strong legal research and analytical skills. Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills. Detail-oriented with excellent organizational skills, ability to multi-task, and the ability to problem-solve Work in a team-oriented environment and meet tight deadlines and prioritize projects with limited supervision. Self-directed in work prioritization and demonstrates superior judgment-making ability within the scope of the position's areas of responsibility.
 
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