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Tax And Compliance Counsel

Redwood City CA Tax and Compliance Counsel Duties: Provide legal support to program team partnerships. Ex: teams considering new partnerships with questions regarding tax implications. Support communications and marketing, including image releases and legal review of press releases and other public-facing communications. Provide support to Investments and Venture teams, as needed. Develop compliance process for managing risks of grantmaking that supports venture investments. Backup contracts review, as needed. Contribute to overall Legal and Grants Team (Team LeGiT) culture and operations.

Qualifications: JD Degree and admission to the California State Bar Association. 8+ years of legal experience; 5+ years managing a legal function at a philanthropic institution. Excellent oral and written communication skills with the ability to quickly and succinctly translate complex ideas into clear, actionable statements. Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, continuously evolving work environment. Strong collaboration skills and ability to partner with both legal and non-legal team members; Ability to both lead complex projects and participate as a contributor on projects led by others. Project management expertise, including strong organizational and change management skills. Experience managing outside counsel, including identifying and onboarding new external resources. Passion for our mission and interest in diving deep on programmatic strategies and priorities. Humility and a willingness to roll up your sleeves on a small and growing team.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-02-19

Counsel - Compliance

Plainsboro NJ Counsel - Compliance Duties: Provide legal counsel to global healthcare company on relevant issues involving application of U.S. law, regulations, and industry standards, primarily supporting the Ethics & Compliance Department. Acts as counsel for Ethics & Compliance Department and interacts with headquarters and other affiliates as required. May interact with government agencies, law firms, trade organizations and other external agencies. May provide guidance and training to less experienced professional and support staff. Reports to the Executive Director, Associate General Counsel, Clinical & Corporate Law. Serves as the single attorney primarily responsible for day-to-day legal support of the entire Ethics & Compliance Department including support for surveying the legal, regulatory and industry landscape for important trends and risks; developing new or improved policies and procedures and associated training; advising the monitoring and auditing functions; advising the Compliance Department on appropriate actions to take in response to findings from monitoring, auditing, investigations, hotline reports, etc.; advising on Compliance communications and program design; advising on all State and Federal compliance reporting requirements (e.g., Aggregate Spend and other transparency requirements).Keeps informed of new laws, regulations, and industry trends affecting the company, and assists with development of policies and training as needed. May draft or review NNI compliance policies, procedures, guidance documents, training material and other key documents. May retain, manage and assist outside counsel as needed. Performs other duties as assigned by senior management. Proactively identifies risks and mitigating actions. Provides legal support to with minimal oversight and guidance from managing attorney. Upholds, acts as a role-model for, and encourages other lawyers on the team to embrace the following approach to in-house counseling: Reliance on outside counsel is limited to only when necessary for unusual day-to-day issues. Ideally, there will be one lawyer per client or meeting (others may be consulted behind the scenes, but then only when necessary for narrow expertise). High levels of consistency in legal advice (actual and perceived by explaining differences to clients). Seek alignment up and across Legal, in advance of client meetings as much as reasonably possible. High levels of ownership, accountability and pride by lawyers with respect to their work. Actively seeking customer feedback on a continuous basis, actively listening and clarifying feedback, and acting in response as needed. Legal is viewed as a business partner and not an obstacle. Legal advice against engaging in a business practice is well-understood and respected by clients. Legal advice is clear as to the risk types, level, likelihood. Business-focused advice rather than abstract legal possibilities. Proactive, creative value-added legal role to help the business achieve its goals. Upholding and modeling ethical behavior and conduct at all times.

Qualifications: A JD Degree with 8+ years legal experience required; some in-house experience strongly preferred; experience within the branded pharmaceutical industry and active handling/responsibility for Compliance program issues is required; experience in handling and implementing a Corporate Integrity Agreement is highly preferred. A valid current State Bar admission and Good Standing required. Strong problem-solving skills-demonstrates and exercises creativity and initiative. Strong written and verbal communications skills-able to effectively collaborate and communicate with client groups within the company. Proactive, creative, innovative problem-solving and collaborative approach to counselling clients. Able to analyze business for multiple potential legal issues, including as applicable: Warning letter issues, off-label promotion, communications with Healthcare Professionals (HCPs), scientific exchange, press releases, publications, public presentations. Other Food and Drug Administration (FDA) law enforcement by Department of Justice (DOJ), States as to off-label promotion, etc. Other FDA law and regulations, governing drug development, clinical studies, GxPs, responding to 483s, Recall, Pharmacovigilence reporting, clinical holds, informed consent. Anti-Kickback (Federal and State). Products Liability. Federal Trade Commision (FTC) competition/competitor issues and risks. Consumer fraud. Practice of medicine. HIPAA and other data protection/collection issues. False Claims Act.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-02-18

Assistant General Counsel, Legal & Compliance

New York City NY Assistant General Counsel, Legal & Compliance Responsibilities: Advise senior management on outsourcing, analytics and software transactions, including providing advice and guidance on complex contract issues and appropriate risk allocation for strategic and core business transactions. Ensure that business teams understand the implications of contracts from an end-to-end perspective. Balance business and contract goals against legal, business, policy and reputational risks; have the judgment to make reasoned decisions to take appropriate risks. Must be able to defend positions and views to business team members as well as counterparties. Coordinate with other in-house counsel on issues and be able to work cooperatively as one member of a larger team. Take responsibility for the administration of all US affiliate and subsidiary entities; Mergers & Acquisitions Assist Commercial department to adopt and execute on best practices for negotiation and review of vendor agreements. Provide advice and guidance on compliance issues related to sourcing and procurement matters.

Qualifications: Graduate of a top tier law school 6-10 years of experience; ideally a combination of time with a large law firm as well as in-house experience with a focus on general corporate, business process outsourcing, technology and/or software licensing matters; Ability to prioritize and undertake mission critical tasks in a fast paced environment. Excellent communication and listening skills, and the ability to effectively communicate complex issues to senior business executives; Ability to work under limited supervision Strong organizational and project management skills; Takes ownership of issues, is highly responsive and has an action bias.
Legal 6 - 10 Full-time 2019-02-18

Technical Compliance Counsel

Ann Arbor MI Technical Compliance Counsel Responsibilities: Responsible for legal matters relating to the implementation of the technical compliance management system (tCMS) for all NAFTA entities. Will assist in running the legal and regulatory competence center for NAFTA regarding Safety, Emissions, and Vehicle Compliance. Provide legal guidance regarding CASE New Technologies (Connected, Autonomous Driving, Shared Vehicles and Electric). Coordinates and executes enforcement activities, and along with Regulatory and Government Compliance, builds up and co-leads the technical compliance team.

Qualifications: Master of Laws / JD Degree from a United States Law School. 8+ years of experience in professional roles with focus on legal and regulatory compliance topics. Prior automotive experience or similar industries is considered a plus factor as is experience working for international companies or an international law firm. Proven track record of working closely with internal and external business partners. Combination of Degree and Years of experience acceptable (minimum): Bachelors Degree + 12 years' experience / Masters Degree + 8 years' experience / PhD + 5 years' experience. Admitted to practice law in at least one US Jurisdiction and eligible to practice under Rule 9.46 of the California Rules of Court. Skills in the German language would be an asset.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-02-18

Civil Aerospace Compliance Counsel

Reston VA Civil Aerospace Compliance Counsel Duties: Support the Civil Aerospace Ethics and Compliance Officer in driving an organizational understanding of and adherence and business conduct policies, particularly in the USA and North America. Provide a world class service in connection with ABC Compliance issues relating to the conduct of national and international business including promulgation of all Compliance policies and procedures. Acting as first point of contact in USA and North America and responding to ad hoc compliance inquiries and providing advice and instructions on a daily basis. Conducts Compliance and other investigations. Assists the Civil Aerospace Ethics and Compliance Officer with the development and delivery of training on matters. Act as the first port of call for compliance queries and concerns from the Civil Aerospace business in USA and North America. Play a key role in the implementation of a risk-based due diligence program for third parties, which will necessitate training, supporting the Civil Aerospace business with queries and providing advice on ABC red flags and how they can be mitigated. Act as ambassador for ABC Compliance in the Civil Aerospace business and a champion for compliance as a positive discriminator.

Qualifications: Bachelors Degree with 10+ years of experience at a leading law firm with regulatory and / or commercial experience, OR Masters Degree with 8+ years of experience at a leading law firm with regulatory and / or commercial experience, OR JD Degree /PhD with 10+ years of experience at a leading law firm with regulatory and / or commercial experience. Preferred: Ability to communicate clearly and effectively with employees in a range of different seniorities. Experience of negotiating and managing commercial contracts. An awareness of anti-bribery and corruption laws and related experience. Experience in an ABC Compliance programs will be an advantage. Negotiation and influencing skills. Experience in investigative techniques. Experience in producing training materials and successfully running training programs. Closing date: 1st March 2019
Legal 8 - 10 Full-time 2019-02-18

Counsel - Global Trade Compliance

Wauwatosa WI Counsel - Global Trade Compliance Responsibilities: Provides legal review of and advice regarding various Company agreements and other documents,. Reviews and evaluates new and existing customers, suppliers, dealers and distributors to maintain global trade compliance standards. Manages the protection and enforcement of legal rights in respect of Company assets, including development of related documentation and filings. Manages investigation and oversees litigation matters in assigned areas of responsibility, including the engagement and oversight of outside counsel. Leads or supports, as needed, meetings of internal committees related to assigned areas of responsibility. Acts as a legal resource to various internal departments as needed (e.g., provides compliance supports for acquisitions and related integration). Develops and provides global compliance training to employees in the businesses. Develops relevant Legal Department processes and practices relating to assigned areas of responsibility. Performs other duties as assigned.

Requirements: JD Degree from a law school accredited by the American Bar Association. 5+ years of experience as a trade compliance attorney (or equivalent substitute experience) in a firm or corporate setting required. Demonstrated knowledge and ability to provide prompt, practical counsel and creative solutions in all areas of responsibility while evaluating risk. Ability to identify changes in law and oversee compliance, propose guideline and practice changes, and effectively educate and train internal clients. Excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills. Strong business acumen and strategic thinking capabilities. Detail-oriented, organized, responsive to client needs. Proven capability to balance a variety of high priority projects simultaneously. Solid computer skills including extensive knowledge of specialized software related to assigned areas of responsibility. Fluent in English and primary language used in area of responsibility and/or location.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-02-18

Legal & Compliance Counsel

East Hanover NJ Legal & Compliance Counsel Duties: Responsible to build, drive, maintain and enforce an effective and comprehensive compliance program across the U.S. business in collaboration with the Head of Compliance (U.S.). Partner with Head of Compliance (U.S.) in advising commercial and medical colleagues on pharmaceutical regulatory matters and compliance laws, regulations, standards and policies that apply throughout the product lifecycle. Advise on compliance risks, evaluate programs and proposals, review promotional material, adapt compliance policies and support monitoring efforts. Subject matter includes Food Drug and Cosmetics Act, Sunshine Act (and state/local transparency laws), FDA Guidances on promotional review, HIPAA/GDPR, False Claims Act, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, Anti-Kickback Statute. Work with Head of Compliance (U.S.) to implement the recommendations of internal compliance review. Will involve working with external advisors to adapt Novartis policies for on a range of topics. Work with Head of Compliance (U.S.) to establish a comprehensive, periodic compliance training program across the entire U.S. organization to establish, embed and enforce compliance road map. Work with Head of Compliance (U.S.) to implement a system for the complete reporting of payments to HCPs and HCOs for all U.S. transactions in scope for transparency reporting (i.e. Sunshine Act, state requirements and local requirements). Manage complex legal matters both as lead counsel and through coordination with legal colleagues, attorneys in the Novartis Oncology Legal Team, and external lawyers. Provide trusted counsel to a broad range of internal stakeholders, including executive committee, senior management, sales and marketing, regulatory affairs, medical affairs, research and development, and business development functions. Deliver 360-degree legal advice. Draft, negotiate and review a wide variety of agreements, including, licensing, joint venture, co-development, distribution, sales, research, feasibility study, material transfer, employment, consulting, service, CRO, CMO, clinical trial and confidentiality agreements. Jointly lead the three-person U.S. contract management team (two contract specialists and one contract administrator). Critical contracting projects throughout 2018-19 include Lutathera product purchase agreements, and PSMA clinical trial agreements and clinical research organization agreements. Implement strategic advice covering extensive intellectual property portfolio. Establish strong relationships with cross-functional teams to harvest and protect new inventions. Manage external patent and trademark attorneys, and liaise with Novartis patent, trademark and name creation teams. Draft patent and know-how licensing agreements and manage patent due diligence in support of commercial deals. Facilitate dispute resolution in conjunction with external counsel; advise commercial colleagues on innovative marketing strategies; maintain corporate records and manage securities filings for a variety of subsidiaries as part of corporate secretary function; assist with commercial deal generation and execution; advise on employment law matters; procure and negotiate insurance policies.

Requirements: JD Degree or equivalent degree required. Bachelors Degree or equivalent required. Admission to the NY Bar or NJ Bar required. 2+ years practicing law at a major law firm and/or life science company, preferably with significant relevant pharmaceutical law experience. Demonstrated expertise negotiating, drafting and reviewing complex agreements. Considerable knowledge of the pharmaceutical regulatory and compliance environment. Strong business judgement with deep understanding of the pharmaceutical industry. Excellent communication, interpersonal and presentation skills. Strong negotiation and conflict management skills. Good project management skills. Exceptional analytical and organizational skills. Ability to manage and influence across a cross-functional matrix organization. Ability to manage high-volume of work in fast-paced environment.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2019-02-18

Compliance Attorney

Oklahoma City OK Compliance Attorney The candidate will support Human Resources, Product Management, Training and other parts of the organization in the management and handling of all labor and employment related matters in the Company. Will work closely with internal clients and serve as the in-house legal counsel and business partner providing counsel on labor and employment issues in support of the Companys strategic initiatives. Advise on requirements and implications on wide variety of laws and regulations including ADA, ADEA, FLSA, ERISA, FMLA, Title VII, and employment related state statues; Ensure compliance with all applicable laws, regulations and policies. Identify and assess legal risks and opportunities and advise accordingly; Drive the proactive development and implementation of employment risk management strategies, including employee training programs, complaint investigation procedures and practices; Participate in the development of legally sound policies and procedures in all areas of labor and employment law including wage and hour matters, discipline, counseling and discharge, all aspects of laws regarding discrimination, wrongful termination, drug testing issues, etc.; Establish strong working relationships, credibility and trust with clients, legal team members and other colleagues and influence decisions by providing proactive, high quality, timely and cost effective legal guidance; Contribute to the Companys strategic goals by identifying legal consequences and issues associated with initiatives, and recommend alternative course of action to achieve business objectives while limiting liability and risk to the organization; Educate Human Resource colleagues and business leaders on trends and legal actions which may affect the workplace. Support activities of the training department. Build strong relationships and provide proactive and sound legal guidance to business partners resolving complicated matters while maintaining integrity and confidentiality; Demonstrated experience handling a wide range of labor and employment legal matters including: EEOC, FLMA, Title VII, ADEA and ADA; Assess risk and provide recommendations consistent with good business practices; Excellent organizational skills; ability to manage multiple projects autonomously in a challenging, fast-paced environment while consistently meeting time sensitive deadlines; Strong interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbal; ability to tailor messages and speak to various key stakeholders across the organization in a clear and concise manner; Maintain an independent and objective perspective while developing and maintaining strong partnerships with client group. Must have Juris Doctorate from an ABA accredited institution. Should be licensed to practice in Oklahoma and in good standing. Must have 3+ years of substantive labor and employment experience providing advice and counsel related to all aspects of employment law, preferably working with a public company or a mid to large sized law firm. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-02-17

Senior Corporate Counsel - Capital Compliance

Raleigh NC Senior Corporate Counsel - Capital Compliance The candidate will be primarily responsible for supporting program on a global basis as well as support for business development of various financing and other payment programs serving customers ability to acquire solutions. Will support legal and regulatory matters arising in the Capital business, including, without limitation, issues related to AML, data privacy, negotiating legal agreements with financing and banking partners. Assist in bringing on and maintaining the relationships in line with standards. Provide direction to the Capital group to support the execution of its strategy, negotiating/amending program agreements and addressing all attendant issues. Will partner with the broader Legal team in negotiating/amending transactions and templates arising under or in connection with the program agreements with finance partners. Identifying and providing mentorship for all legal, regulatory and compliance matters impacting the business are also duties will be responsible for.

The candidate must have experience supporting the development of new financial products and working reciprocally and cross-functionally to identify and resolve legal, regulatory, compliance and process challenges affecting business objectives. Should have experience with general accounting principles, including true sale elements related to portfolio sales. Developing and negotiating financing and related payment structures which include: private label programs; assignment models; consumption and utility models; and software financing are essential. Must have 2+ years of experience supporting regulatory and compliance in the financial services or related industry. Should have direct experience negotiating complex business transactions in a high-tech, distribution or direct sales environment. Knowledge of software, services, and other intangible financing preferred. Must have Typically requires law degree or equivalent professional qualification.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2019-02-15

Assistant General Counsel and Director of Government Affairs Compliance

Philadelphia PA Assistant General Counsel and Director of Government Affairs Compliance Responsibilities: Will be responsible for advising the business and leading the compliance strategy for government affairs matters. The position is based in Philadelphia. Advise business on government affairs matters, including requirements relating to diverse supplier / MWBE, government contracts, federal contracts / FAR, lobbying, political contributions, pay-to-play laws, gifts and entertainment, and anti-corruption. Develop, implement and monitor government affairs compliance programs. Work closely with legal colleagues, supply chain, sales, and operations personnel to review and provide advice on requests for proposals and bid responses. Draft and negotiate complex customer, supplier and partnership agreements. Interpret contracts and advise clients on discrete contractual questions and commercial disputes relating to government affairs issues. Manage outside counsel and oversee work of contract specialist(s) and/or paralegal(s).

Qualifications: A J.D. with excellent academic credentials; 3-5 years experience in a top law firm and/or sophisticated corporate legal department; current Pennsylvania Bar admission or admission in another jurisdiction with the ability and interest in becoming licensed to practice in Pennsylvania are also requirements for this position. In addition to excellent written and oral communication skills, strong analytical ability, strong initiative, and both interpersonal skills and client-service skills consistent with the highest professional standards. The preferred candidate should have all or most of the following attributes and experience: A seasoned and effective lawyer. Demonstrates a high degree of client acceptability, with a high level of confidence exhibited in client interactions. Possesses excellent client-service skills and an ability to interact with and effectively advise senior business leaders, such as Presidents, CFOs, and heads of Human Resources. Demonstrates the ability to establish credibility at senior organizational levels and win respect from all organizational levels. In key client interactions, presents ideas logically, assertively and effectively. The preferred candidate will demonstrate the ability to manage one or more Contract Specialists and/or Paralegals, but may not necessarily be tasked with those duties. Demonstrates leadership of projects utilizing colleagues to accomplish prioritized goals. Strong communicator and collaborator. Communicates and collaborates effectively and skillfully with colleagues and clients, both orally and in writing.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2019-02-14
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Business Analyst III-Ops
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Tax And Compliance Counsel
Refer job# UECI142572
 
Tax and Compliance Counsel Duties: Provide legal support to program team partnerships. Ex: teams considering new partnerships with questions regarding tax implications. Support communications and marketing, including image releases and legal review of press releases and other public-facing communications. Provide support to Investments and Venture teams, as needed. Develop compliance process for managing risks of grantmaking that supports venture investments. Backup contracts review, as needed. Contribute to overall Legal and Grants Team (Team LeGiT) culture and operations.

Qualifications: JD Degree and admission to the California State Bar Association. 8+ years of legal experience; 5+ years managing a legal function at a philanthropic institution. Excellent oral and written communication skills with the ability to quickly and succinctly translate complex ideas into clear, actionable statements. Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, continuously evolving work environment. Strong collaboration skills and ability to partner with both legal and non-legal team members; Ability to both lead complex projects and participate as a contributor on projects led by others. Project management expertise, including strong organizational and change management skills. Experience managing outside counsel, including identifying and onboarding new external resources. Passion for our mission and interest in diving deep on programmatic strategies and priorities. Humility and a willingness to roll up your sleeves on a small and growing team.
 
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Counsel - Compliance
Refer job# UKXU142517
 
Counsel - Compliance Duties: Provide legal counsel to global healthcare company on relevant issues involving application of U.S. law, regulations, and industry standards, primarily supporting the Ethics & Compliance Department. Acts as counsel for Ethics & Compliance Department and interacts with headquarters and other affiliates as required. May interact with government agencies, law firms, trade organizations and other external agencies. May provide guidance and training to less experienced professional and support staff. Reports to the Executive Director, Associate General Counsel, Clinical & Corporate Law. Serves as the single attorney primarily responsible for day-to-day legal support of the entire Ethics & Compliance Department including support for surveying the legal, regulatory and industry landscape for important trends and risks; developing new or improved policies and procedures and associated training; advising the monitoring and auditing functions; advising the Compliance Department on appropriate actions to take in response to findings from monitoring, auditing, investigations, hotline reports, etc.; advising on Compliance communications and program design; advising on all State and Federal compliance reporting requirements (e.g., Aggregate Spend and other transparency requirements).Keeps informed of new laws, regulations, and industry trends affecting the company, and assists with development of policies and training as needed. May draft or review NNI compliance policies, procedures, guidance documents, training material and other key documents. May retain, manage and assist outside counsel as needed. Performs other duties as assigned by senior management. Proactively identifies risks and mitigating actions. Provides legal support to with minimal oversight and guidance from managing attorney. Upholds, acts as a role-model for, and encourages other lawyers on the team to embrace the following approach to in-house counseling: Reliance on outside counsel is limited to only when necessary for unusual day-to-day issues. Ideally, there will be one lawyer per client or meeting (others may be consulted behind the scenes, but then only when necessary for narrow expertise). High levels of consistency in legal advice (actual and perceived by explaining differences to clients). Seek alignment up and across Legal, in advance of client meetings as much as reasonably possible. High levels of ownership, accountability and pride by lawyers with respect to their work. Actively seeking customer feedback on a continuous basis, actively listening and clarifying feedback, and acting in response as needed. Legal is viewed as a business partner and not an obstacle. Legal advice against engaging in a business practice is well-understood and respected by clients. Legal advice is clear as to the risk types, level, likelihood. Business-focused advice rather than abstract legal possibilities. Proactive, creative value-added legal role to help the business achieve its goals. Upholding and modeling ethical behavior and conduct at all times.

Qualifications: A JD Degree with 8+ years legal experience required; some in-house experience strongly preferred; experience within the branded pharmaceutical industry and active handling/responsibility for Compliance program issues is required; experience in handling and implementing a Corporate Integrity Agreement is highly preferred. A valid current State Bar admission and Good Standing required. Strong problem-solving skills-demonstrates and exercises creativity and initiative. Strong written and verbal communications skills-able to effectively collaborate and communicate with client groups within the company. Proactive, creative, innovative problem-solving and collaborative approach to counselling clients. Able to analyze business for multiple potential legal issues, including as applicable: Warning letter issues, off-label promotion, communications with Healthcare Professionals (HCPs), scientific exchange, press releases, publications, public presentations. Other Food and Drug Administration (FDA) law enforcement by Department of Justice (DOJ), States as to off-label promotion, etc. Other FDA law and regulations, governing drug development, clinical studies, GxPs, responding to 483s, Recall, Pharmacovigilence reporting, clinical holds, informed consent. Anti-Kickback (Federal and State). Products Liability. Federal Trade Commision (FTC) competition/competitor issues and risks. Consumer fraud. Practice of medicine. HIPAA and other data protection/collection issues. False Claims Act.
 
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Assistant General Counsel, Legal & Compliance
Refer job# RURJ142523
 
Assistant General Counsel, Legal & Compliance Responsibilities: Advise senior management on outsourcing, analytics and software transactions, including providing advice and guidance on complex contract issues and appropriate risk allocation for strategic and core business transactions. Ensure that business teams understand the implications of contracts from an end-to-end perspective. Balance business and contract goals against legal, business, policy and reputational risks; have the judgment to make reasoned decisions to take appropriate risks. Must be able to defend positions and views to business team members as well as counterparties. Coordinate with other in-house counsel on issues and be able to work cooperatively as one member of a larger team. Take responsibility for the administration of all US affiliate and subsidiary entities; Mergers & Acquisitions Assist Commercial department to adopt and execute on best practices for negotiation and review of vendor agreements. Provide advice and guidance on compliance issues related to sourcing and procurement matters.

Qualifications: Graduate of a top tier law school 6-10 years of experience; ideally a combination of time with a large law firm as well as in-house experience with a focus on general corporate, business process outsourcing, technology and/or software licensing matters; Ability to prioritize and undertake mission critical tasks in a fast paced environment. Excellent communication and listening skills, and the ability to effectively communicate complex issues to senior business executives; Ability to work under limited supervision Strong organizational and project management skills; Takes ownership of issues, is highly responsive and has an action bias.
 
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Technical Compliance Counsel
Refer job# FHDZ142524
 
Technical Compliance Counsel Responsibilities: Responsible for legal matters relating to the implementation of the technical compliance management system (tCMS) for all NAFTA entities. Will assist in running the legal and regulatory competence center for NAFTA regarding Safety, Emissions, and Vehicle Compliance. Provide legal guidance regarding CASE New Technologies (Connected, Autonomous Driving, Shared Vehicles and Electric). Coordinates and executes enforcement activities, and along with Regulatory and Government Compliance, builds up and co-leads the technical compliance team.

Qualifications: Master of Laws / JD Degree from a United States Law School. 8+ years of experience in professional roles with focus on legal and regulatory compliance topics. Prior automotive experience or similar industries is considered a plus factor as is experience working for international companies or an international law firm. Proven track record of working closely with internal and external business partners. Combination of Degree and Years of experience acceptable (minimum): Bachelors Degree + 12 years' experience / Masters Degree + 8 years' experience / PhD + 5 years' experience. Admitted to practice law in at least one US Jurisdiction and eligible to practice under Rule 9.46 of the California Rules of Court. Skills in the German language would be an asset.
 
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Civil Aerospace Compliance Counsel
Refer job# LDGC142530
 
Civil Aerospace Compliance Counsel Duties: Support the Civil Aerospace Ethics and Compliance Officer in driving an organizational understanding of and adherence and business conduct policies, particularly in the USA and North America. Provide a world class service in connection with ABC Compliance issues relating to the conduct of national and international business including promulgation of all Compliance policies and procedures. Acting as first point of contact in USA and North America and responding to ad hoc compliance inquiries and providing advice and instructions on a daily basis. Conducts Compliance and other investigations. Assists the Civil Aerospace Ethics and Compliance Officer with the development and delivery of training on matters. Act as the first port of call for compliance queries and concerns from the Civil Aerospace business in USA and North America. Play a key role in the implementation of a risk-based due diligence program for third parties, which will necessitate training, supporting the Civil Aerospace business with queries and providing advice on ABC red flags and how they can be mitigated. Act as ambassador for ABC Compliance in the Civil Aerospace business and a champion for compliance as a positive discriminator.

Qualifications: Bachelors Degree with 10+ years of experience at a leading law firm with regulatory and / or commercial experience, OR Masters Degree with 8+ years of experience at a leading law firm with regulatory and / or commercial experience, OR JD Degree /PhD with 10+ years of experience at a leading law firm with regulatory and / or commercial experience. Preferred: Ability to communicate clearly and effectively with employees in a range of different seniorities. Experience of negotiating and managing commercial contracts. An awareness of anti-bribery and corruption laws and related experience. Experience in an ABC Compliance programs will be an advantage. Negotiation and influencing skills. Experience in investigative techniques. Experience in producing training materials and successfully running training programs. Closing date: 1st March 2019
 
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Counsel - Global Trade Compliance
Refer job# SAII142561
 
Counsel - Global Trade Compliance Responsibilities: Provides legal review of and advice regarding various Company agreements and other documents,. Reviews and evaluates new and existing customers, suppliers, dealers and distributors to maintain global trade compliance standards. Manages the protection and enforcement of legal rights in respect of Company assets, including development of related documentation and filings. Manages investigation and oversees litigation matters in assigned areas of responsibility, including the engagement and oversight of outside counsel. Leads or supports, as needed, meetings of internal committees related to assigned areas of responsibility. Acts as a legal resource to various internal departments as needed (e.g., provides compliance supports for acquisitions and related integration). Develops and provides global compliance training to employees in the businesses. Develops relevant Legal Department processes and practices relating to assigned areas of responsibility. Performs other duties as assigned.

Requirements: JD Degree from a law school accredited by the American Bar Association. 5+ years of experience as a trade compliance attorney (or equivalent substitute experience) in a firm or corporate setting required. Demonstrated knowledge and ability to provide prompt, practical counsel and creative solutions in all areas of responsibility while evaluating risk. Ability to identify changes in law and oversee compliance, propose guideline and practice changes, and effectively educate and train internal clients. Excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills. Strong business acumen and strategic thinking capabilities. Detail-oriented, organized, responsive to client needs. Proven capability to balance a variety of high priority projects simultaneously. Solid computer skills including extensive knowledge of specialized software related to assigned areas of responsibility. Fluent in English and primary language used in area of responsibility and/or location.
 
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Legal & Compliance Counsel
Refer job# DSHU142567
 
Legal & Compliance Counsel Duties: Responsible to build, drive, maintain and enforce an effective and comprehensive compliance program across the U.S. business in collaboration with the Head of Compliance (U.S.). Partner with Head of Compliance (U.S.) in advising commercial and medical colleagues on pharmaceutical regulatory matters and compliance laws, regulations, standards and policies that apply throughout the product lifecycle. Advise on compliance risks, evaluate programs and proposals, review promotional material, adapt compliance policies and support monitoring efforts. Subject matter includes Food Drug and Cosmetics Act, Sunshine Act (and state/local transparency laws), FDA Guidances on promotional review, HIPAA/GDPR, False Claims Act, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, Anti-Kickback Statute. Work with Head of Compliance (U.S.) to implement the recommendations of internal compliance review. Will involve working with external advisors to adapt Novartis policies for on a range of topics. Work with Head of Compliance (U.S.) to establish a comprehensive, periodic compliance training program across the entire U.S. organization to establish, embed and enforce compliance road map. Work with Head of Compliance (U.S.) to implement a system for the complete reporting of payments to HCPs and HCOs for all U.S. transactions in scope for transparency reporting (i.e. Sunshine Act, state requirements and local requirements). Manage complex legal matters both as lead counsel and through coordination with legal colleagues, attorneys in the Novartis Oncology Legal Team, and external lawyers. Provide trusted counsel to a broad range of internal stakeholders, including executive committee, senior management, sales and marketing, regulatory affairs, medical affairs, research and development, and business development functions. Deliver 360-degree legal advice. Draft, negotiate and review a wide variety of agreements, including, licensing, joint venture, co-development, distribution, sales, research, feasibility study, material transfer, employment, consulting, service, CRO, CMO, clinical trial and confidentiality agreements. Jointly lead the three-person U.S. contract management team (two contract specialists and one contract administrator). Critical contracting projects throughout 2018-19 include Lutathera product purchase agreements, and PSMA clinical trial agreements and clinical research organization agreements. Implement strategic advice covering extensive intellectual property portfolio. Establish strong relationships with cross-functional teams to harvest and protect new inventions. Manage external patent and trademark attorneys, and liaise with Novartis patent, trademark and name creation teams. Draft patent and know-how licensing agreements and manage patent due diligence in support of commercial deals. Facilitate dispute resolution in conjunction with external counsel; advise commercial colleagues on innovative marketing strategies; maintain corporate records and manage securities filings for a variety of subsidiaries as part of corporate secretary function; assist with commercial deal generation and execution; advise on employment law matters; procure and negotiate insurance policies.

Requirements: JD Degree or equivalent degree required. Bachelors Degree or equivalent required. Admission to the NY Bar or NJ Bar required. 2+ years practicing law at a major law firm and/or life science company, preferably with significant relevant pharmaceutical law experience. Demonstrated expertise negotiating, drafting and reviewing complex agreements. Considerable knowledge of the pharmaceutical regulatory and compliance environment. Strong business judgement with deep understanding of the pharmaceutical industry. Excellent communication, interpersonal and presentation skills. Strong negotiation and conflict management skills. Good project management skills. Exceptional analytical and organizational skills. Ability to manage and influence across a cross-functional matrix organization. Ability to manage high-volume of work in fast-paced environment.
 
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Compliance Attorney
Refer job# NIUW142502
 
Compliance Attorney The candidate will support Human Resources, Product Management, Training and other parts of the organization in the management and handling of all labor and employment related matters in the Company. Will work closely with internal clients and serve as the in-house legal counsel and business partner providing counsel on labor and employment issues in support of the Companys strategic initiatives. Advise on requirements and implications on wide variety of laws and regulations including ADA, ADEA, FLSA, ERISA, FMLA, Title VII, and employment related state statues; Ensure compliance with all applicable laws, regulations and policies. Identify and assess legal risks and opportunities and advise accordingly; Drive the proactive development and implementation of employment risk management strategies, including employee training programs, complaint investigation procedures and practices; Participate in the development of legally sound policies and procedures in all areas of labor and employment law including wage and hour matters, discipline, counseling and discharge, all aspects of laws regarding discrimination, wrongful termination, drug testing issues, etc.; Establish strong working relationships, credibility and trust with clients, legal team members and other colleagues and influence decisions by providing proactive, high quality, timely and cost effective legal guidance; Contribute to the Companys strategic goals by identifying legal consequences and issues associated with initiatives, and recommend alternative course of action to achieve business objectives while limiting liability and risk to the organization; Educate Human Resource colleagues and business leaders on trends and legal actions which may affect the workplace. Support activities of the training department. Build strong relationships and provide proactive and sound legal guidance to business partners resolving complicated matters while maintaining integrity and confidentiality; Demonstrated experience handling a wide range of labor and employment legal matters including: EEOC, FLMA, Title VII, ADEA and ADA; Assess risk and provide recommendations consistent with good business practices; Excellent organizational skills; ability to manage multiple projects autonomously in a challenging, fast-paced environment while consistently meeting time sensitive deadlines; Strong interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbal; ability to tailor messages and speak to various key stakeholders across the organization in a clear and concise manner; Maintain an independent and objective perspective while developing and maintaining strong partnerships with client group. Must have Juris Doctorate from an ABA accredited institution. Should be licensed to practice in Oklahoma and in good standing. Must have 3+ years of substantive labor and employment experience providing advice and counsel related to all aspects of employment law, preferably working with a public company or a mid to large sized law firm.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel - Capital Compliance
Refer job# EYWH142477
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Capital Compliance The candidate will be primarily responsible for supporting program on a global basis as well as support for business development of various financing and other payment programs serving customers ability to acquire solutions. Will support legal and regulatory matters arising in the Capital business, including, without limitation, issues related to AML, data privacy, negotiating legal agreements with financing and banking partners. Assist in bringing on and maintaining the relationships in line with standards. Provide direction to the Capital group to support the execution of its strategy, negotiating/amending program agreements and addressing all attendant issues. Will partner with the broader Legal team in negotiating/amending transactions and templates arising under or in connection with the program agreements with finance partners. Identifying and providing mentorship for all legal, regulatory and compliance matters impacting the business are also duties will be responsible for.

The candidate must have experience supporting the development of new financial products and working reciprocally and cross-functionally to identify and resolve legal, regulatory, compliance and process challenges affecting business objectives. Should have experience with general accounting principles, including true sale elements related to portfolio sales. Developing and negotiating financing and related payment structures which include: private label programs; assignment models; consumption and utility models; and software financing are essential. Must have 2+ years of experience supporting regulatory and compliance in the financial services or related industry. Should have direct experience negotiating complex business transactions in a high-tech, distribution or direct sales environment. Knowledge of software, services, and other intangible financing preferred. Must have Typically requires law degree or equivalent professional qualification.
 
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Assistant General Counsel and Director of Government Affairs Compliance
Refer job# DJGT142464
 
Assistant General Counsel and Director of Government Affairs Compliance Responsibilities: Will be responsible for advising the business and leading the compliance strategy for government affairs matters. The position is based in Philadelphia. Advise business on government affairs matters, including requirements relating to diverse supplier / MWBE, government contracts, federal contracts / FAR, lobbying, political contributions, pay-to-play laws, gifts and entertainment, and anti-corruption. Develop, implement and monitor government affairs compliance programs. Work closely with legal colleagues, supply chain, sales, and operations personnel to review and provide advice on requests for proposals and bid responses. Draft and negotiate complex customer, supplier and partnership agreements. Interpret contracts and advise clients on discrete contractual questions and commercial disputes relating to government affairs issues. Manage outside counsel and oversee work of contract specialist(s) and/or paralegal(s).

Qualifications: A J.D. with excellent academic credentials; 3-5 years experience in a top law firm and/or sophisticated corporate legal department; current Pennsylvania Bar admission or admission in another jurisdiction with the ability and interest in becoming licensed to practice in Pennsylvania are also requirements for this position. In addition to excellent written and oral communication skills, strong analytical ability, strong initiative, and both interpersonal skills and client-service skills consistent with the highest professional standards. The preferred candidate should have all or most of the following attributes and experience: A seasoned and effective lawyer. Demonstrates a high degree of client acceptability, with a high level of confidence exhibited in client interactions. Possesses excellent client-service skills and an ability to interact with and effectively advise senior business leaders, such as Presidents, CFOs, and heads of Human Resources. Demonstrates the ability to establish credibility at senior organizational levels and win respect from all organizational levels. In key client interactions, presents ideas logically, assertively and effectively. The preferred candidate will demonstrate the ability to manage one or more Contract Specialists and/or Paralegals, but may not necessarily be tasked with those duties. Demonstrates leadership of projects utilizing colleagues to accomplish prioritized goals. Strong communicator and collaborator. Communicates and collaborates effectively and skillfully with colleagues and clients, both orally and in writing.
 
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