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Director, Trade Compliance Counsel

Greenwich CT Director, Trade Compliance Counsel The candidate will enhance trade compliance by developing key global policies, procedures, controls, communications strategies and employee training. Provide legal support to colleagues on global trade-related litigation, compliance investigations and voluntary disclosures. Support oversight of periodic assessments and audits to guarantee compliance with applicable global trade laws and company policies. Prepare required summaries and work with various business units to resolve compliance matters, as well as government filings when necessary. Advise on complex legal regulatory questions, identify common and conflicting legal issues across the company and contribute to high-level policy decision-making.

The candidate must have Juris Doctorate degree from a nationally accredited law school. Should have 5+ years of legal experience in export law and economic sanctions, as well as providing legal counsel on global trade compliance issues. Should have in-house experience in logistics or global supply chain. Must have strong fluency in Microsoft Office applications, as well as various research and legal databases.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-21

Counsel, Regulatory Compliance

San Francisco CA Counsel, Regulatory Compliance The candidate assists in the formulation, communication, and implementation of compliance policies and procedures around an enterprise-wide compliance program. Complies with legal requirements by studying compliance/regulatory updates and changes in industry best practices; monitoring adherence to existing compliance mandates; and advising business unit managers on needed actions. Partners with other business lines to manage, monitor, and resolve compliance related issues/matters. Achieves corporate compliance operational objectives by identifying compliance gaps, creating compliance solutions for the business, and being a reliable internal compliance knowledge expert. Develops, maintains, monitors and updates the compliance manual and procedures. Supports company positions by developing company responses and defenses to compliance complaints, investigations, and administrative proceedings. Must have 6+ years of relevant experience at a major law firm, with prior-in-house experience preferred. Real estate transaction experience is a plus. Should have ability to work effectively and collaboratively within a growing legal team and cross-functionally with members at all levels of the organization. Must have strong interpersonal skills, team-oriented attitude, and superior attention to detail. Should have ability to balance and prioritize multiple time-sensitive tasks effectively and independently. Must have J.D. degree and membership in at least one state bar. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-20

Compliance Attorney

Irvine CA Compliance Attorney The candidate will report to President. Will be point person for the Companys compliance programs and provides support and guidance to management and functional leaders to ensure the company operates within various regulatory requirements. Lead development, implementation and administration of the Companys compliance management system ( CMS ); Serves as the Companys compliance and AML officer for regulatory and operational purposes; Interface with state and federal regulators as necessary to support Companys compliance programs. Evaluate company operations to determine those regulatory requirements that must be satisfied. Research applicable regulations and regulatory requirements to assist the development of company policy. Monitor applicable regulatory requirements and direct changes as necessary. Administer compliance policy development: Coordinate senior management team and risk function to develop clear and actionable compliance policy. Support operations leadership to research, interpret and resolve compliance related matters. Coordinate external counsel, as necessary, to obtain specialized compliance related support as applicable. Collaborate with senior management and risk leadership to prioritize compliance related risk and develop risk mitigation strategies. Collaborate with HR and Operations leadership to develop and implement compliance related training. Other duties necessary to achieve company objectives.

The candidate should have 7+ years relevant experience. Juris Doctor (J.D.) Degree required. Expert level researcher and communicator; capable to articulate complex requirements is essential. Experience utilizing and adapting technology to achieve/improve efficiency is essential. Fluent in the American or UK English, both written and oral is needed. Thorough understanding of mortgage lending, consumer lending, real estate and finance industries is essential.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-20

Counsel, Mortgage Compliance

San Francisco CA Counsel, Mortgage Compliance The candidate will provide subject matter expertise with regard to relevant laws and regulations to the business. Collaborate with business unit personnel to implement policies and procedures to ensure compliance with laws and consistency in standards. Evaluate business unit processes and controls to identify vulnerabilities and provide recommendations for enhancements. Partner with the business unit in preparation for regulatory audits and examinations including any remediation resulting from audits and examinations. Review and provide training to business unit personnel on applicable regulations and consumer regulatory requirements. Must have good working knowledge of consumer mortgage products and a strong regulatory background in regulations such as Regulation B and fair lending laws, Regulation Z, FHA, GLBA, BSA/AML, and RESPA. Should have strong understanding of the Compliance Management Systems and the federal and state regulatory frameworks that apply to mortgages. Must be able to identify applicable compliance requirements and articulate those requirements to the business unit. Should have flexibility in learning new topics, handling change and deadlines. 8+ years of relevant experience at a major law firm, with prior-in-house experience preferred. Must have J.D. degree and membership in at least one state bar. ACAMS certification is preferred. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-20

Compliance & Regulatory Counsel

Austin TX Compliance & Regulatory Counsel Responsibilities: Provide subject matter expertise to guide the strategy of the compliance program and related compliance work across cross-functional teams throughout the company; Draft, update, and maintain various compliance policies and processes; Strong knowledge of U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and other anti-bribery/anti-corruption laws; Experience with U.S. and EU import and export sanctions and controls; responsibility for export compliance policies, procedures, licensing, training, audits, and government communications; Respond to charges and conduct internal compliance investigations (often in partnership with human resources or internal audit); work closely with the chief compliance officer to implement corrective action protocols and prepare reports to the Audit and Finance Committee; Develop efficient process for tracking key performance indicators and other metrics to identify and mitigate, proactively, potential operational risks, and to evaluate the effectiveness of the ethics and compliance program; and Prepare ethics and compliance program training materials and documentation; work with internal and external partners to provide training across the company. Regulatory Become the resident expert on applicable regulations and industry guidelines, including regulations applicable to Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) in various global jurisdictions; Develop strong understanding of regulations and guidelines of the Federal Communications Commission and various state public utility and public service commissions related to smart meter technology; Review laws, regulations, agency orders and related regulatory announcements to assess business impact; Conduct cost-benefit analyses for compliance with industry regulations and develop new processes; and Develop short and long-term strategies to manage regulatory issues.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school and licensed, as a member in good standing, with any U.S. state Bar. 5-7 years of related legal experience. Strong business acumen with an ability to balance legal and business requirements; Well-developed project management skills (i.e., identify an issue, develop a plan, obtain cross-functional consensus, and implement a process); Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to record detailed information thoroughly and accurately; Ability to work well independently and with coworkers and share knowledge as part of a team; Must be very detail-oriented, but simultaneously able to see the big picture; Possess excellent judgment, have an even temperament; and adhere to confidentiality rules pertaining to ethics and compliance work; and Time management and prioritization skills.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2019-04-19

Compliance Counsel II/III

Marlborough MA Compliance Counsel II/III Duties: Provide legal advice and counsel to company personnel in diverse matters by assisting, advising, investigating, researching and resolving legal matters within company policies to ensure that company personnel are aware of and in compliance with applicable state and federal laws and regulations including, but not limited to, the Anti-Kickback Statute, False Claims Act, and Stark law. Actively engage with business leaders in various functions to develop creative and compliant alternatives and solutions in diverse matters by assisting, advising, investigating, researching and resolving legal matters within corporate legal policies. Act as subject matter expert on all US HCP policies, procedures and internal controls, including HCP contracting and needs assessments, annual policy reviews and revisions, and engagement of US HCPs to provide services in and outside the US. Advise on business transactions, including preparation, review and negotiation of agreements with HCPs in a variety of areas such as consulting, grants, and research. Support new business development by conducting due diligence, advising senior leadership on compliance aspects of proposed M&A (or equity investment) transactions and supporting integration of acquired companies in compliance with company policies. Chair quarterly compliance committee meetings with senior leadership and provide updates on relevant legislative issues, laws, decisions, and regulations affecting the medical device industry. Develop and provide training to Company employees on relevant legal/compliance topics. Provide legal support and guidance related to annual HCP spend reporting obligations. Advise Boston Scientific pathology lab, a direct a healthcare provider, on issues related to Stark law, Medicare billing guidelines, CLIA Regulations and False Claims Act, as well as state laws governing the provision of pathology lab services to customers. Collaborate with Global Compliance and provide legal support for monitoring, auditing and investigations related to HCP interactions, processes and internal controls including reviewing findings and advising on corrective action to be implemented by the business. Develop content and implementation of various Company policies and procedures related to sales force interactions with health care providers and patients. Collaborate with other team members in support of Uro/Endo businesses. Foster a diverse workplace that enables all participants to contribute to their full potential in pursuit of organizational objectives.

Qualifications: JD Degree admitted to the Bar in good standing (Massachusetts Bar Admission preferred). 8+ years of experience, preferably with experience working within medical device, pharma or healthcare industry. Experience counseling and advising medical device, healthcare providers and/or pharmaceutical company clients on federal and state laws related to heath care fraud and abuse issues (e.g., False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback statute). Pro-active, self-assured professional with high personal integrity and ability to develop good interpersonal relationships. Excellent judgment and strong leadership skills. Demonstrated strong commitment to compliance and ethics. Superior communication, decision-making and problem-solving skills, with demonstrated leadership and ability to influence cross-functional stakeholders and decision makers at various levels. Superior organization, facilitation, collaboration and presentation skills with ability to synthesize information gathered from a wide range of sources to provide objectively sound risk assessments to decision-makers. Self-reliant with willingness to own  issues and creatively identify and implement solutions. Preferred Qualifications: Experience in a compliance or ethics function in a corporate law firm, healthcare provider setting and/or relevant in-house experience at a device company. Demonstrated ability to gain commitment across multiple or global groups. Experience advising clinical lab or healthcare provider clients on legal issues related to Medicare billing, Stark law, CLIA Regulations and state laws applicable to providing clinical lab services to patients.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-18

Legal And Compliance Counsel

Parsippany NJ Legal and Compliance Counsel The candidate reports directly to the Head, North America Legal and Compliance and is relied on to provide expert, timely legal services to members of the Legal team and the Commercial business. Responsibilities Of Position: Provide research support and advice across a wide range of legal areas; Operate in a highly regulated industry with solid understanding of US Compliance regulations. Advise on various federal and state regulatory requirements such as Federal and State Open Payments regulations, Stark and Anti-Trust regulations, HIPAA, privacy, data protection, and Federal and State Fraud and Abuse laws including the Anti-Kickback Statue, the False Claims Act, and FCPA). Identify, evaluate, and help with compliance issues, applying good judgment and an understanding of business, legal, and regulatory principles related to medical devices and the healthcare industry; Provide advice on marketing programs and contracted services, in view of the highly-regulated nature of the medical device industry; Review and provide assistance to Counsel on various types of contracts, including government contracts, alliance agreements, customer sales agreements, inventory management and managed care agreements, and distribution agreements; Assist Counsel in addressing issues involving legal and compliance matters; efficiently identify issues and make recommendations based, at times, on limited information, and/or in consultation with a supervisor; Assist Counsel in the collection, review and submission of federal and state transparency documentation, and the review and resolution of any potential disputes. Assist Counsel in providing advice on existing and future collaborations and interactions with healthcare providers ( HCPs ) to ensure compliance with US and global laws and regulations, including transparency reporting requirements for such HCP interactions and payment issues. Assist with the development of training documents, in the areas of healthcare compliance and commercial transactions, such as such as anti-corruption, international trade, insider trading, data privacy, HIPAA, and records retention; Assist Counsel in the development and/or review of operating policies and practices; Handle other legal matters as may be assigned by Head of and/or other members of the Legal department.

The candidate Should have Admission to a state bar (with the ability to become licensed as an in-house counsel in NJ, if not otherwise licensed in NJ); (passed the bar exam). Must have 1-3 years of experience as a healthcare Attorney or 3-5 years experience as a Sr. Compliance Paralegal prior to bar admission. Healthcare experience and Compliance experience required. Medical Device experience preferred. Should have ability to prioritize, plan, and organize heavy workloads, while exercising discretion and independent judgment. Must have an understanding of the AdvaMed Code of Ethics. Should preferably have Prior experience successfully operating in a fluid and entrepreneurial environment. Knowledge of FDA and FTC regulations is preferred. Knowledge and experience in review of promotional materials involving medical devices is preferred.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2019-04-17

Associate General Counsel E&i Legal Compliance And Regulatory Affairs - Us Telecommute

Rocky Hill CT Associate General Counsel - E&I Legal Compliance and Regulatory Affairs - US Telecommute The candidate will respond timely to requests for legal assistance from companys state and regional health plan officers and other executives. Provide document review and guidance to the companys teams that produce and negotiate contracts to support the commercial group health insurance business in compliance with both state and federal (ERISA) commercial group health insurance regulations. Leads the management and resolution of issues involving companys commercial customers, including with state and/or federal regulators. Identify and engage the appropriate internal stakeholders and resources in issues resolution. Research state and federal regulations, and case law pertaining to the management of group health plans. Provides support to litigation and appeals teams as needed. Manage the protection of companys proprietary information in accordance with companys data governance policies and applicable state laws, including the negotiation of confidential disclosure agreements and responding to public information requests. Engages with companys underwriting and excess reinsurance teams. Negotiates multiple party group policy contracts for companys Collaborative Ventures Group (CVG). Works closely with other LCRA subject matter experts including within the regional regulatory affairs, litigation, privacy, clinical, appeals, provider network contracting and group policy development and behavioral health. Collaborate with companys operations and administrative teams including, banking, employer/customer implementation/installation and underwriting.

The candidate should have JD degree. Bar admission required. Must have 5+ years of professional legal experience. Knowledge of U.S., state contract, corporate health care and/or regulatory law. Prior managed care or health insurance regulatory legal experience required. Strong understanding of health insurance and/or managed care industry. Experience with regulatory agencies and administrative experience with state insurance regulations essential. Demonstrated understanding of business problems related to assigned legal projects. Well developed written and verbal communications skills. Ability to evaluate and determine appropriate legal course of action to meet business unit needs. Ability to build and maintain rapport with superiors, peers, subordinates, and external company.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-16

Associate General Counsel E&i Legal Compliance And Regulatory Affairs - Us Telecommute

Trumbull CT Associate General Counsel - E&I Legal Compliance and Regulatory Affairs - US Telecommute The candidate will respond timely to requests for legal assistance from companys state and regional health plan officers and other executives. Provide document review and guidance to the companys teams that produce and negotiate contracts to support the commercial group health insurance business in compliance with both state and federal (ERISA) commercial group health insurance regulations. Leads the management and resolution of issues involving companys commercial customers, including with state and/or federal regulators. Identify and engage the appropriate internal stakeholders and resources in issues resolution. Research state and federal regulations, and case law pertaining to the management of group health plans. Provides support to litigation and appeals teams as needed. Manage the protection of companys proprietary information in accordance with companys data governance policies and applicable state laws, including the negotiation of confidential disclosure agreements and responding to public information requests. Engages with companys underwriting and excess reinsurance teams. Negotiates multiple party group policy contracts for companys Collaborative Ventures Group (CVG). Works closely with other LCRA subject matter experts including within the regional regulatory affairs, litigation, privacy, clinical, appeals, provider network contracting and group policy development and behavioral health. Collaborate with companys operations and administrative teams including, banking, employer/customer implementation/installation and underwriting.

The candidate should have JD degree. Bar admission required. Must have 5+ years of professional legal experience. Knowledge of U.S., state contract, corporate health care and/or regulatory law. Prior managed care or health insurance regulatory legal experience required. Strong understanding of health insurance and/or managed care industry. Experience with regulatory agencies and administrative experience with state insurance regulations essential. Demonstrated understanding of business problems related to assigned legal projects. Well developed written and verbal communications skills. Ability to evaluate and determine appropriate legal course of action to meet business unit needs. Ability to build and maintain rapport with superiors, peers, subordinates, and external company.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-16

Associate General Counsel E&i Legal Compliance And Regulatory Affairs - Us Telecommute

Windsor CT Associate General Counsel - E&I Legal Compliance and Regulatory Affairs - US Telecommute The candidate will respond timely to requests for legal assistance from companys state and regional health plan officers and other executives. Provide document review and guidance to the companys teams that produce and negotiate contracts to support the commercial group health insurance business in compliance with both state and federal (ERISA) commercial group health insurance regulations. Leads the management and resolution of issues involving companys commercial customers, including with state and/or federal regulators. Identify and engage the appropriate internal stakeholders and resources in issues resolution. Research state and federal regulations, and case law pertaining to the management of group health plans. Provides support to litigation and appeals teams as needed. Manage the protection of companys proprietary information in accordance with companys data governance policies and applicable state laws, including the negotiation of confidential disclosure agreements and responding to public information requests. Engages with companys underwriting and excess reinsurance teams. Negotiates multiple party group policy contracts for companys Collaborative Ventures Group (CVG). Works closely with other LCRA subject matter experts including within the regional regulatory affairs, litigation, privacy, clinical, appeals, provider network contracting and group policy development and behavioral health. Collaborate with companys operations and administrative teams including, banking, employer/customer implementation/installation and underwriting.

The candidate should have JD degree. Bar admission required. Must have 5+ years of professional legal experience. Knowledge of U.S., state contract, corporate health care and/or regulatory law. Prior managed care or health insurance regulatory legal experience required. Strong understanding of health insurance and/or managed care industry. Experience with regulatory agencies and administrative experience with state insurance regulations essential. Demonstrated understanding of business problems related to assigned legal projects. Well developed written and verbal communications skills. Ability to evaluate and determine appropriate legal course of action to meet business unit needs. Ability to build and maintain rapport with superiors, peers, subordinates, and external company.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-16
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Compliance Director
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Deputy General Counsel
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Director, Trade Compliance Counsel
Refer job# DAPR143704
 
Director, Trade Compliance Counsel The candidate will enhance trade compliance by developing key global policies, procedures, controls, communications strategies and employee training. Provide legal support to colleagues on global trade-related litigation, compliance investigations and voluntary disclosures. Support oversight of periodic assessments and audits to guarantee compliance with applicable global trade laws and company policies. Prepare required summaries and work with various business units to resolve compliance matters, as well as government filings when necessary. Advise on complex legal regulatory questions, identify common and conflicting legal issues across the company and contribute to high-level policy decision-making.

The candidate must have Juris Doctorate degree from a nationally accredited law school. Should have 5+ years of legal experience in export law and economic sanctions, as well as providing legal counsel on global trade compliance issues. Should have in-house experience in logistics or global supply chain. Must have strong fluency in Microsoft Office applications, as well as various research and legal databases.
 
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Counsel, Regulatory Compliance
Refer job# LJNW143680
 
Counsel, Regulatory Compliance The candidate assists in the formulation, communication, and implementation of compliance policies and procedures around an enterprise-wide compliance program. Complies with legal requirements by studying compliance/regulatory updates and changes in industry best practices; monitoring adherence to existing compliance mandates; and advising business unit managers on needed actions. Partners with other business lines to manage, monitor, and resolve compliance related issues/matters. Achieves corporate compliance operational objectives by identifying compliance gaps, creating compliance solutions for the business, and being a reliable internal compliance knowledge expert. Develops, maintains, monitors and updates the compliance manual and procedures. Supports company positions by developing company responses and defenses to compliance complaints, investigations, and administrative proceedings. Must have 6+ years of relevant experience at a major law firm, with prior-in-house experience preferred. Real estate transaction experience is a plus. Should have ability to work effectively and collaboratively within a growing legal team and cross-functionally with members at all levels of the organization. Must have strong interpersonal skills, team-oriented attitude, and superior attention to detail. Should have ability to balance and prioritize multiple time-sensitive tasks effectively and independently. Must have J.D. degree and membership in at least one state bar.
 
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Compliance Attorney
Refer job# JXEV143681
 
Compliance Attorney The candidate will report to President. Will be point person for the Companys compliance programs and provides support and guidance to management and functional leaders to ensure the company operates within various regulatory requirements. Lead development, implementation and administration of the Companys compliance management system ( CMS ); Serves as the Companys compliance and AML officer for regulatory and operational purposes; Interface with state and federal regulators as necessary to support Companys compliance programs. Evaluate company operations to determine those regulatory requirements that must be satisfied. Research applicable regulations and regulatory requirements to assist the development of company policy. Monitor applicable regulatory requirements and direct changes as necessary. Administer compliance policy development: Coordinate senior management team and risk function to develop clear and actionable compliance policy. Support operations leadership to research, interpret and resolve compliance related matters. Coordinate external counsel, as necessary, to obtain specialized compliance related support as applicable. Collaborate with senior management and risk leadership to prioritize compliance related risk and develop risk mitigation strategies. Collaborate with HR and Operations leadership to develop and implement compliance related training. Other duties necessary to achieve company objectives.

The candidate should have 7+ years relevant experience. Juris Doctor (J.D.) Degree required. Expert level researcher and communicator; capable to articulate complex requirements is essential. Experience utilizing and adapting technology to achieve/improve efficiency is essential. Fluent in the American or UK English, both written and oral is needed. Thorough understanding of mortgage lending, consumer lending, real estate and finance industries is essential.
 
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Counsel, Mortgage Compliance
Refer job# LUZD143682
 
Counsel, Mortgage Compliance The candidate will provide subject matter expertise with regard to relevant laws and regulations to the business. Collaborate with business unit personnel to implement policies and procedures to ensure compliance with laws and consistency in standards. Evaluate business unit processes and controls to identify vulnerabilities and provide recommendations for enhancements. Partner with the business unit in preparation for regulatory audits and examinations including any remediation resulting from audits and examinations. Review and provide training to business unit personnel on applicable regulations and consumer regulatory requirements. Must have good working knowledge of consumer mortgage products and a strong regulatory background in regulations such as Regulation B and fair lending laws, Regulation Z, FHA, GLBA, BSA/AML, and RESPA. Should have strong understanding of the Compliance Management Systems and the federal and state regulatory frameworks that apply to mortgages. Must be able to identify applicable compliance requirements and articulate those requirements to the business unit. Should have flexibility in learning new topics, handling change and deadlines. 8+ years of relevant experience at a major law firm, with prior-in-house experience preferred. Must have J.D. degree and membership in at least one state bar. ACAMS certification is preferred.
 
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Compliance & Regulatory Counsel
Refer job# JTFT143657
 
Compliance & Regulatory Counsel Responsibilities: Provide subject matter expertise to guide the strategy of the compliance program and related compliance work across cross-functional teams throughout the company; Draft, update, and maintain various compliance policies and processes; Strong knowledge of U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and other anti-bribery/anti-corruption laws; Experience with U.S. and EU import and export sanctions and controls; responsibility for export compliance policies, procedures, licensing, training, audits, and government communications; Respond to charges and conduct internal compliance investigations (often in partnership with human resources or internal audit); work closely with the chief compliance officer to implement corrective action protocols and prepare reports to the Audit and Finance Committee; Develop efficient process for tracking key performance indicators and other metrics to identify and mitigate, proactively, potential operational risks, and to evaluate the effectiveness of the ethics and compliance program; and Prepare ethics and compliance program training materials and documentation; work with internal and external partners to provide training across the company. Regulatory Become the resident expert on applicable regulations and industry guidelines, including regulations applicable to Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) in various global jurisdictions; Develop strong understanding of regulations and guidelines of the Federal Communications Commission and various state public utility and public service commissions related to smart meter technology; Review laws, regulations, agency orders and related regulatory announcements to assess business impact; Conduct cost-benefit analyses for compliance with industry regulations and develop new processes; and Develop short and long-term strategies to manage regulatory issues.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school and licensed, as a member in good standing, with any U.S. state Bar. 5-7 years of related legal experience. Strong business acumen with an ability to balance legal and business requirements; Well-developed project management skills (i.e., identify an issue, develop a plan, obtain cross-functional consensus, and implement a process); Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to record detailed information thoroughly and accurately; Ability to work well independently and with coworkers and share knowledge as part of a team; Must be very detail-oriented, but simultaneously able to see the big picture; Possess excellent judgment, have an even temperament; and adhere to confidentiality rules pertaining to ethics and compliance work; and Time management and prioritization skills.
 
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Compliance Counsel II/III
Refer job# JXPT143635
 
Compliance Counsel II/III Duties: Provide legal advice and counsel to company personnel in diverse matters by assisting, advising, investigating, researching and resolving legal matters within company policies to ensure that company personnel are aware of and in compliance with applicable state and federal laws and regulations including, but not limited to, the Anti-Kickback Statute, False Claims Act, and Stark law. Actively engage with business leaders in various functions to develop creative and compliant alternatives and solutions in diverse matters by assisting, advising, investigating, researching and resolving legal matters within corporate legal policies. Act as subject matter expert on all US HCP policies, procedures and internal controls, including HCP contracting and needs assessments, annual policy reviews and revisions, and engagement of US HCPs to provide services in and outside the US. Advise on business transactions, including preparation, review and negotiation of agreements with HCPs in a variety of areas such as consulting, grants, and research. Support new business development by conducting due diligence, advising senior leadership on compliance aspects of proposed M&A (or equity investment) transactions and supporting integration of acquired companies in compliance with company policies. Chair quarterly compliance committee meetings with senior leadership and provide updates on relevant legislative issues, laws, decisions, and regulations affecting the medical device industry. Develop and provide training to Company employees on relevant legal/compliance topics. Provide legal support and guidance related to annual HCP spend reporting obligations. Advise Boston Scientific pathology lab, a direct a healthcare provider, on issues related to Stark law, Medicare billing guidelines, CLIA Regulations and False Claims Act, as well as state laws governing the provision of pathology lab services to customers. Collaborate with Global Compliance and provide legal support for monitoring, auditing and investigations related to HCP interactions, processes and internal controls including reviewing findings and advising on corrective action to be implemented by the business. Develop content and implementation of various Company policies and procedures related to sales force interactions with health care providers and patients. Collaborate with other team members in support of Uro/Endo businesses. Foster a diverse workplace that enables all participants to contribute to their full potential in pursuit of organizational objectives.

Qualifications: JD Degree admitted to the Bar in good standing (Massachusetts Bar Admission preferred). 8+ years of experience, preferably with experience working within medical device, pharma or healthcare industry. Experience counseling and advising medical device, healthcare providers and/or pharmaceutical company clients on federal and state laws related to heath care fraud and abuse issues (e.g., False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback statute). Pro-active, self-assured professional with high personal integrity and ability to develop good interpersonal relationships. Excellent judgment and strong leadership skills. Demonstrated strong commitment to compliance and ethics. Superior communication, decision-making and problem-solving skills, with demonstrated leadership and ability to influence cross-functional stakeholders and decision makers at various levels. Superior organization, facilitation, collaboration and presentation skills with ability to synthesize information gathered from a wide range of sources to provide objectively sound risk assessments to decision-makers. Self-reliant with willingness to own  issues and creatively identify and implement solutions. Preferred Qualifications: Experience in a compliance or ethics function in a corporate law firm, healthcare provider setting and/or relevant in-house experience at a device company. Demonstrated ability to gain commitment across multiple or global groups. Experience advising clinical lab or healthcare provider clients on legal issues related to Medicare billing, Stark law, CLIA Regulations and state laws applicable to providing clinical lab services to patients.
 
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Legal And Compliance Counsel
Refer job# ANNN143611
 
Legal and Compliance Counsel The candidate reports directly to the Head, North America Legal and Compliance and is relied on to provide expert, timely legal services to members of the Legal team and the Commercial business. Responsibilities Of Position: Provide research support and advice across a wide range of legal areas; Operate in a highly regulated industry with solid understanding of US Compliance regulations. Advise on various federal and state regulatory requirements such as Federal and State Open Payments regulations, Stark and Anti-Trust regulations, HIPAA, privacy, data protection, and Federal and State Fraud and Abuse laws including the Anti-Kickback Statue, the False Claims Act, and FCPA). Identify, evaluate, and help with compliance issues, applying good judgment and an understanding of business, legal, and regulatory principles related to medical devices and the healthcare industry; Provide advice on marketing programs and contracted services, in view of the highly-regulated nature of the medical device industry; Review and provide assistance to Counsel on various types of contracts, including government contracts, alliance agreements, customer sales agreements, inventory management and managed care agreements, and distribution agreements; Assist Counsel in addressing issues involving legal and compliance matters; efficiently identify issues and make recommendations based, at times, on limited information, and/or in consultation with a supervisor; Assist Counsel in the collection, review and submission of federal and state transparency documentation, and the review and resolution of any potential disputes. Assist Counsel in providing advice on existing and future collaborations and interactions with healthcare providers ( HCPs ) to ensure compliance with US and global laws and regulations, including transparency reporting requirements for such HCP interactions and payment issues. Assist with the development of training documents, in the areas of healthcare compliance and commercial transactions, such as such as anti-corruption, international trade, insider trading, data privacy, HIPAA, and records retention; Assist Counsel in the development and/or review of operating policies and practices; Handle other legal matters as may be assigned by Head of and/or other members of the Legal department.

The candidate Should have Admission to a state bar (with the ability to become licensed as an in-house counsel in NJ, if not otherwise licensed in NJ); (passed the bar exam). Must have 1-3 years of experience as a healthcare Attorney or 3-5 years experience as a Sr. Compliance Paralegal prior to bar admission. Healthcare experience and Compliance experience required. Medical Device experience preferred. Should have ability to prioritize, plan, and organize heavy workloads, while exercising discretion and independent judgment. Must have an understanding of the AdvaMed Code of Ethics. Should preferably have Prior experience successfully operating in a fluid and entrepreneurial environment. Knowledge of FDA and FTC regulations is preferred. Knowledge and experience in review of promotional materials involving medical devices is preferred.
 
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Associate General Counsel E&i Legal Compliance And Regulatory Affairs - Us Telecommute
Refer job# RPAT143601
 
Associate General Counsel - E&I Legal Compliance and Regulatory Affairs - US Telecommute The candidate will respond timely to requests for legal assistance from companys state and regional health plan officers and other executives. Provide document review and guidance to the companys teams that produce and negotiate contracts to support the commercial group health insurance business in compliance with both state and federal (ERISA) commercial group health insurance regulations. Leads the management and resolution of issues involving companys commercial customers, including with state and/or federal regulators. Identify and engage the appropriate internal stakeholders and resources in issues resolution. Research state and federal regulations, and case law pertaining to the management of group health plans. Provides support to litigation and appeals teams as needed. Manage the protection of companys proprietary information in accordance with companys data governance policies and applicable state laws, including the negotiation of confidential disclosure agreements and responding to public information requests. Engages with companys underwriting and excess reinsurance teams. Negotiates multiple party group policy contracts for companys Collaborative Ventures Group (CVG). Works closely with other LCRA subject matter experts including within the regional regulatory affairs, litigation, privacy, clinical, appeals, provider network contracting and group policy development and behavioral health. Collaborate with companys operations and administrative teams including, banking, employer/customer implementation/installation and underwriting.

The candidate should have JD degree. Bar admission required. Must have 5+ years of professional legal experience. Knowledge of U.S., state contract, corporate health care and/or regulatory law. Prior managed care or health insurance regulatory legal experience required. Strong understanding of health insurance and/or managed care industry. Experience with regulatory agencies and administrative experience with state insurance regulations essential. Demonstrated understanding of business problems related to assigned legal projects. Well developed written and verbal communications skills. Ability to evaluate and determine appropriate legal course of action to meet business unit needs. Ability to build and maintain rapport with superiors, peers, subordinates, and external company.
 
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Associate General Counsel E&i Legal Compliance And Regulatory Affairs - Us Telecommute
Refer job# LYQM143602
 
Associate General Counsel - E&I Legal Compliance and Regulatory Affairs - US Telecommute The candidate will respond timely to requests for legal assistance from companys state and regional health plan officers and other executives. Provide document review and guidance to the companys teams that produce and negotiate contracts to support the commercial group health insurance business in compliance with both state and federal (ERISA) commercial group health insurance regulations. Leads the management and resolution of issues involving companys commercial customers, including with state and/or federal regulators. Identify and engage the appropriate internal stakeholders and resources in issues resolution. Research state and federal regulations, and case law pertaining to the management of group health plans. Provides support to litigation and appeals teams as needed. Manage the protection of companys proprietary information in accordance with companys data governance policies and applicable state laws, including the negotiation of confidential disclosure agreements and responding to public information requests. Engages with companys underwriting and excess reinsurance teams. Negotiates multiple party group policy contracts for companys Collaborative Ventures Group (CVG). Works closely with other LCRA subject matter experts including within the regional regulatory affairs, litigation, privacy, clinical, appeals, provider network contracting and group policy development and behavioral health. Collaborate with companys operations and administrative teams including, banking, employer/customer implementation/installation and underwriting.

The candidate should have JD degree. Bar admission required. Must have 5+ years of professional legal experience. Knowledge of U.S., state contract, corporate health care and/or regulatory law. Prior managed care or health insurance regulatory legal experience required. Strong understanding of health insurance and/or managed care industry. Experience with regulatory agencies and administrative experience with state insurance regulations essential. Demonstrated understanding of business problems related to assigned legal projects. Well developed written and verbal communications skills. Ability to evaluate and determine appropriate legal course of action to meet business unit needs. Ability to build and maintain rapport with superiors, peers, subordinates, and external company.
 
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Associate General Counsel E&i Legal Compliance And Regulatory Affairs - Us Telecommute
Refer job# VLES143603
 
Associate General Counsel - E&I Legal Compliance and Regulatory Affairs - US Telecommute The candidate will respond timely to requests for legal assistance from companys state and regional health plan officers and other executives. Provide document review and guidance to the companys teams that produce and negotiate contracts to support the commercial group health insurance business in compliance with both state and federal (ERISA) commercial group health insurance regulations. Leads the management and resolution of issues involving companys commercial customers, including with state and/or federal regulators. Identify and engage the appropriate internal stakeholders and resources in issues resolution. Research state and federal regulations, and case law pertaining to the management of group health plans. Provides support to litigation and appeals teams as needed. Manage the protection of companys proprietary information in accordance with companys data governance policies and applicable state laws, including the negotiation of confidential disclosure agreements and responding to public information requests. Engages with companys underwriting and excess reinsurance teams. Negotiates multiple party group policy contracts for companys Collaborative Ventures Group (CVG). Works closely with other LCRA subject matter experts including within the regional regulatory affairs, litigation, privacy, clinical, appeals, provider network contracting and group policy development and behavioral health. Collaborate with companys operations and administrative teams including, banking, employer/customer implementation/installation and underwriting.

The candidate should have JD degree. Bar admission required. Must have 5+ years of professional legal experience. Knowledge of U.S., state contract, corporate health care and/or regulatory law. Prior managed care or health insurance regulatory legal experience required. Strong understanding of health insurance and/or managed care industry. Experience with regulatory agencies and administrative experience with state insurance regulations essential. Demonstrated understanding of business problems related to assigned legal projects. Well developed written and verbal communications skills. Ability to evaluate and determine appropriate legal course of action to meet business unit needs. Ability to build and maintain rapport with superiors, peers, subordinates, and external company.
 
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