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Commercial/contracts Counsel Americas

New York City NY Commercial/Contracts Counsel - Americas Responsibilities: Drafting, reviewing and negotiating a variety of commercial agreements, including but not limited to Proof of Value/Evaluation Agreements, SaaS Subscription Agreements, Master Agreements, Reseller & Managed Service Agreements, and Technology Partnership Agreements. Negotiating data processing agreements (DPAs), business associate agreements (BAAs), and other similar agreements directly with customers, partners and vendors to support Zscaler's sales, operations and compliance obligations. Proactively working with internal clients to improve and scale all aspects of the contract negotiation process. Advising internal teams to minimize risk while balancing business interests. Remaining current on applicable laws and regulations surrounding IP, privacy, security, and government contracting. Conducting periodic employee trainings on any or all of the above. Managing outside counsel as necessary.

Qualifications: Must have 4-7 years legal contracts experience at a leading law firm, in-house, or preferably a combination thereof. Law degree from an accredited U.S. law school and license to practice law in the U.S. Extensive commercial transactions background in technology and SaaS, especially dealing with Sales transactions. Experience working with large multi-national customers and partners. Experience with Data Privacy and Security issues in the technology space (CCPA, GDPR, etc.). Flexibility and eagerness to work hard in fast-paced environment and meet tight deadlines (especially at quarter end). Highly organized, process-driven and client-focused team player.
Legal 4 - 7 Full-time 2021-04-12

Director - Legal Counsel (government Contracts)

Columbia MD Director - Legal Counsel (Government Contracts) The candidate will support the company's Public Sector and FirstNet segment with a focus on sales to the Department of Defense and related national security associated agencies. Should have 5+ years of government, firm, or in-house experience, along with a demonstrated history in federal procurement, e.g., acquisition, protests, contract formation, vendor or supplier relationships, Federal Acquisition Regulation advice, cost accounting standards counsel, and ethics or civil/criminal False Claims Act, internal, or whistleblower investigations or litigation. Telecommunications law experience, including that related to cybersecurity or law enforcement, or other national security telecommunications experience, a plus. Must have or be capable of obtaining Top Secret/SI Security Clearance. Note: Will be required approx. 3 days/week in the office and/or meeting in person with government agency counsel, with the remaining days working remotely. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-04-10

Director - Legal Counsel (Government Contracts)

Washington DC Director - Legal Counsel (Government Contracts) The candidate will support the company's Public Sector and FirstNet segment with a focus on sales to the Department of Defense and related national security associated agencies. Should have 5+ years of government, firm, or in-house experience, along with a demonstrated history in federal procurement, e.g., acquisition, protests, contract formation, vendor or supplier relationships, Federal Acquisition Regulation advice, cost accounting standards counsel, and ethics or civil/criminal False Claims Act, internal, or whistleblower investigations or litigation. Telecommunications law experience, including that related to cybersecurity or law enforcement, or other national security telecommunications experience, a plus. Must have or be capable of obtaining Top Secret/SI Security Clearance. Note: Will be required approx. 3 days/week in the office and/or meeting in person with government agency counsel, with the remaining days working remotely. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-04-10

Counsel, Payor Contracts

Nashville TN Counsel, Payor Contracts The candidate will draft, revise, review, and negotiate agreements with third party payors, physician organizations, networks, and governmental entities. Educate and train business partners on legal issues related to contracts and negotiations. Serve as subject matter expert on legal issues arising from payor contracts, including value-based arrangements. Draft legal correspondence such as settlement demands, termination notices, and dispute letters related to payor arrangements. Review, research, and assist with matters before state regulatory bodies, such as Departments of Insurance. Provide advice and counsel on a variety of contracting and transactional matters related to payor contracts, operations, statutory compliance, and reimbursement related issues. Research and interpret applicable laws and regulations to provide guidance to the company. Perform due diligence review of contractual requirements related to potential corporate transactions. As needed, provide subject matter expertise and guidance to Litigation team. Assist with special projects and performs other job-related duties as assigned. Reads and abides by the company's code of conduct, ethics statements, employee handbook(s), policies and procedures and other corporate mandates, including participation in mandatory training programs.

The candidate should have a Licensed attorney holding a J.D. from a top-tier law school with at least 3-5 years of related experience within a healthcare environment. Licensed to practice law and in good standing in at least one U.S. state. Should have knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, Legal Research Tools (i.e. LexisNexis) and Matter Management/eBilling Software. Working knowledge and understanding of payor arrangements. Experience reviewing, drafting and negotiating payor arrangements. High-level analytical, communication, and interpersonal skills. Excellent attention to detail and strong project management and organizational skills. Demonstrated ability to work under pressure, manage a variety of projects simultaneously, meet aggressive deadlines and successfully handle urgent situations with patience and diplomacy. Ability to build credibility quickly and provide strong legal support for a complex and challenging business, while positively and successfully managing relationships within a diverse group of stakeholders. A commitment to personal and professional growth, and receptivity to feedback. Experience working for a health insurance company. Ability to prioritize and manage competing demands.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2021-04-09

Contracts Counsel

Burlington MA Contracts Counsel Responsibilities: Support the worldwide legal team in the negotiation of various commercial contracts, including Software as a Service (SaaS) agreements, software license agreements, confidentiality agreements, support and services, partner, and other purchasing agreements; Assist with generating responses for requests for proposals, requests for information, and other similar inquiries; Contribute to training company staff responsible for supporting standard agreement reviews and compliance processes; Assist with legal department projects as assigned, including efforts to develop, implement and drive process-oriented improvements; Provide general day-to-day legal advice; and Carry out or assist with other related duties, as needed.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited US law school. Admitted to the Bar of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and in good standing. 1-2 years of relevant legal experience (preferably in an in-house setting). Experience with commercial transactions involving Software as a Service is highly preferred. Demonstrated ability to manage legal risks for complex commercial transactions. Strong drafting, negotiation and communication skills. Able to prioritize multiple projects and be service oriented in a fast-paced environment. Able to work and communicate effectively. Able to work as part of a team and support multiple in-house counsel, compliance and operations teams with business-oriented advice. Sense of humor, a commitment to professionalism, and exceptional judgment.
Legal 1 - 2 Full-time 2021-04-09

Legal Counsel _ Contracts

Raleigh NC Legal Counsel _ Contracts The candidate will expected to provide legal services to support one or more specific business units in the organization, as assigned by the Associate General Counsel- Commercial. Legal Counsel acts as an advisor on legal issues involving customer contracts and state and federal law and regulations; reviews matters that arise from the assigned business unit, and provides advice, based on the law, contracts and Company policies and procedures; may seek guidance from senior staff members or the Associate General Counsel; and may, at the request of the Associate General Counsel, coordinate or monitor matters assigned to outside counsel. Areas of application could include to: reviewing, drafting and negotiating various agreements, customer contracts, business law, health law, data privacy, license agreements, and contracts with vendors to the Company, and risk assessment. Responsible for projects assigned regarding the development and negotiation of contracts on behalf of the Company's business group assigned by the Associate General Counsel. Draft, edit, and negotiate contracts with customers, suppliers, and others who desire to contract with the Company, including, but not limited to agreements for participation in the Company's networks for health information messaging and connectivity, data use agreements, technology licensing agreements, joint research projects, and contracts with vendors supplying services or equipment to the Company. Work closely with, and provide advice to, teams within the Company responsible for the products/services requiring contracts or other documentation for delivery. Responsible for ensuring all relevant facts and legal considerations are assembled, assessed and accurate before contracts are presented for execution as it relates to all business transactions. Evaluate and advise appropriate legal courses of action to meet Company and business unit needs. Assist with internal and external federal, state and industry compliance activities. Act in accordance with the Department's service delivery model. Should have Juris Doctor Degree and member in good standing of at least one bar. Must have Practical knowledge, skills and abilities acquired through a minimum of 2-4 years of experience as a practicing attorney at a law firm or in-house, with any specific experience to be identified in the particular position posting. Should preferably have 2+ years of experience engaging with those responsible for business development on both sides of contracts/transactions. Some healthcare regulatory background is desired. Should preferably have Experience drafting and negotiating business contracts, especially those that include data rights/license agreements and other intellectual property. A general knowledge of health law, including anti-kickback, fraud and abuse, and privacy and data security matters in healthcare is desired. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2021-04-09

AVP, Associate General Counsel (Contracts)

Washington DC AVP, Associate General Counsel (Contracts) Responsibilities: Develop and maintain an expert level of knowledge regarding products, services, capabilities, infrastructure, and operations of Employer and its affiliates, the marketplace, competition, strategic positioning, threats and direction to achieve optimal insight and success with respect to Employer's (and those of its affiliates) products, services, capabilities, support, functionality requirements, and financial performance. Lead, drive, and ultimately be responsible for the legal oversight of contracts, including the responsibility to: Draft and negotiate commercial and vendor contracts and assess attendant risk, in partnership with business clients and cross-functional stakeholders. Provide legal review, advice and support on a broad range of legal matters including commercial contracting, transactional and general corporate matters. Lead and cultivate a team dedicated to contracting matters in the department. Respond to contract related inquiries and provide guidance as a subject matter expert. Work cross-functionally to ensure that contract terms are compliant with legal, regulatory, corporate and risk requirements. Advise internal clients on contract interpretation, dispute resolution, risk allocation and other legal considerations. Guide Product teams and Sales teams on contract interpretation, standardizing contracts, dispute resolution, risk allocation and other legal matters. Establish trusted advisor relationships with the Business and Sales leadership teams. Lead initiatives to improve contract processes, including to reduce cycle times and increase efficiency. Support other legal matters and take on additional responsibilities as needed. Provide HIPAA and other regulatory compliance and privacy advice. Maintain compliance with Inovalon's policies, procedures and mission statement. Adhere to all confidentiality and HIPAA requirements as outlined within Inovalon's Operating Policies and Procedures in all ways and at all times with respect to any aspect of the data handled or services rendered in the undertaking of the position. Fulfill those responsibilities and/or duties that may be reasonably provided by Inovalon for the purpose of achieving operational and financial success of the Employer. Uphold responsibilities relative to the separation of duties for applicable processes and procedures within your job function.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school and licensed to practice law in any US state or Washington, D.C. 15 years of legal experience to include significant experience as a transactional attorney. Track record of success in negotiating high volume commercial transactions with a sales-driven, software or other technology company is a plus. Health care experience is preferred. Ability to lead, manage, and prioritize transactions and other projects from inception to completion in a collaborative, fast-paced environment. Excel at communicating business and legal issues to senior management, other business leaders and non-lawyers. Exceptional business judgment, with the ability to think tactically and strategically and provide practical advice by balancing business needs with legal risks. Ability to effectively manage and prioritize multiple deals and agreements. Ability to operate comfortably in a matrixed environment. Ability to work in a fast paced and dynamic environment. Experience leading and mentoring attorneys and/or other legal staff.
Legal 15 - 0 Full-time 2021-04-09

Government Contracts Senior Attorney

Denver CO Government Contracts Senior Attorney Duties: Providing advice and counsel within the firm, including to senior leaders, on the pursuit and performance of federal, state and local government contracts. Advising and counseling on federal facility and personnel clearance matters; administrative and appropriations law; federal and state pocurement law and regulation and other statutory and regulatory compliance requirements for federal government contractors; state and local regulations and ordinances compliance requirements for state and local government procurements and contractors. Collaborating across the firm with leadership of various service lines, internal client service groups, and within RRLA; acting as a trusted advisor and liaison between the commercial audit and advisory service lines and the public sector practice. Providing strategic advice to the firm's partners and employees across the public sector and commercial audit and advisory professional service lines on day-to-day risk mitigation issues and implementing policies and procedures to minimize enterprise risk, particularly risks associated with supporting the government contracting practice. Participating in and supporting the government contract practice's risk committee and compliance programs, including by preparing and conducting training on government contracting and compliance topics, including to leadership, personnel and the internal Contracts group. Managing government contracting litigation, including the proactive supervision of outside counsel, with the goal of expeditious and economical resolution of bid protests, equitable adjustments and claims, lawsuits and regulatory matters, and conducting internal investigations. Advising on and resolving disputes and contract performance issues. Structuring, negotiating and drafting complex government and commercial agreements such as teaming agreements, government subcontracts, joint ventures, purchase agreements, commercial engagement letters and MSAs and other business agreements as necessary. Identifying and resolving government contracting regulatory and compliance issues, including responding to government audits and investigations.

Qualifications: Certification as a Federal Contracts Manager (CFCM) and membership in the National Contract Manager Association (NMCA) are pluses. JD Degree and bar admission in Virginia or the ability to qualify as Virginia Corporate Counsel. 8+ experience combined in both a law firm/in house legal department. Expertise in federal government contracts law, including FAR, DFARS, federal procurement statutes and regulations, as well as knowledge of state and local government procurement rules. Familiarity with the management of GSA offerings, compliance processes, price management and the financial reporting process. Experience with performance dispute counseling, bid protests and litigation. Experience in an independent public accounting/professional services firm setting helpful. Business-focused and creative approach to problem solving and the ability to efficiently manage a substantial number of issues. Exceptional track record of project management, strong partnership and collaboration, influential leadership, and process management. Strong verbal and written communication skills, demonstrated good judgment and willingness to take on a variety of diverse projects. Strong ability to maneuver through business barriers to drive initiatives throughout the enterprise. Working relationships with other attorneys and government officials to help deal with and resolve issued affecting the Public Sector practice. Additional Qualifications and Requirements: Ability to identify and anticipate issues/areas that require attention. Ability to drive process improvements and manage projects/initiatives. Ability to prioritize multiple assignments. Strong attention to detail. Works well under pressure; adheres to deadlines. Flexible, collaborative team player. Ability to work additional hours as needed.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2021-04-08

Avp, Associate General Counsel (contracts)

Bowie MD AVP, Associate General Counsel (Contracts) Responsibilities: Develop and maintain an expert level of knowledge regarding products, services, capabilities, infrastructure, and operations of Employer and its affiliates, the marketplace, competition, strategic positioning, threats and direction to achieve optimal insight and success with respect to Employer's (and those of its affiliates) products, services, capabilities, support, functionality requirements, and financial performance. Lead, drive, and ultimately be responsible for the legal oversight of contracts, including the responsibility to:. Draft and negotiate commercial and vendor contracts and assess attendant risk, in partnership with business clients and cross-functional stakeholders. Provide legal review, advice and support on a broad range of legal matters including commercial contracting, transactional and general corporate matters. Lead and cultivate a team dedicated to contracting matters in the department. Respond to contract related inquiries and provide guidance as a subject matter expert. Work cross-functionally to ensure that contract terms are compliant with legal, regulatory, corporate and risk requirements. Advise internal clients on contract interpretation, dispute resolution, risk allocation and other legal considerations. Guide Product teams and Sales teams on contract interpretation, standardizing contracts, dispute resolution, risk allocation and other legal matters. Establish trusted advisor relationships with the Business and Sales leadership teams. Lead initiatives to improve contract processes, including to reduce cycle times and increase efficiency. Support other legal matters and take on additional responsibilities as needed. Provide HIPAA and other regulatory compliance and privacy advice. Maintain compliance with's policies, procedures and mission statement. Adhere to all confidentiality and HIPAA requirements as outlined within's Operating Policies and Procedures in all ways and at all times with respect to any aspect of the data handled or services rendered in the undertaking of the position. Fulfill those responsibilities and/or duties that may be reasonably provided by for the purpose of achieving operational and financial success of the Employer. Uphold responsibilities relative to the separation of duties for applicable processes and procedures.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school and licensed to practice law in any US state or Washington, D.C. 15+ years of legal experience to include significant experience as a transactional attorney. Track record of success in negotiating high volume commercial transactions with a sales-driven, software or other technology company is a plus. Health care experience is preferred. Ability to lead, manage, and prioritize transactions and other projects from inception to completion in a collaborative, fast-paced environment. Excel at communicating business and legal issues to senior management, other business leaders and non-lawyers. Exceptional business judgment, with the ability to think tactically and strategically and provide practical advice by balancing business needs with legal risks. Ability to effectively manage and prioritize multiple deals and agreements. Ability to operate comfortably in a matrixed environment. Ability to work in a fast paced and dynamic environment. Experience leading and mentoring attorneys and/or other legal staff.
Legal 15 - 0 Full-time 2021-04-08

Associate General Counsel. - Contracts

Lansing MI Associate General Counsel - Contracts The candidate's duties include: Will serve as a primary legal contact and contract negotiator for commercial contracts. Facilitate the contracts review process, including providing advice to business personnel, participating in contract negotiations, and coordinating contract review by other Attorneys as needed. Routinely review and provide advice to business personnel regarding the interpretation of existing contracts. Support and promote compliance of internal policies and procedures surrounding the contracting process. Support and contribute to the internal contract database, including contract review requests, status of contract reviews, and reporting as required. Oversee outside counsel as needed. Develop expertise and serve as subject matter expert on various matters as requested by leadership. Other duties as assigned. Should have strong project management and organizational skills and strong negotiation skills. must have excellent verbal, written (drafting), and presentation skills with the ability to communicate effectively, with ability to articulate important legal concerns/principles to non-legal business units. Juris Doctorate from ABA accredited law school required. Member in good standing of a State Bar Association required. 10+ years of contracting or contract law experience required. IT Contracting experience preferred. Cyber security and regulation experience preferred. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2021-04-05
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Commercial/contracts Counsel Americas
Refer job# MIHE157107
 
Commercial/Contracts Counsel - Americas Responsibilities: Drafting, reviewing and negotiating a variety of commercial agreements, including but not limited to Proof of Value/Evaluation Agreements, SaaS Subscription Agreements, Master Agreements, Reseller & Managed Service Agreements, and Technology Partnership Agreements. Negotiating data processing agreements (DPAs), business associate agreements (BAAs), and other similar agreements directly with customers, partners and vendors to support Zscaler's sales, operations and compliance obligations. Proactively working with internal clients to improve and scale all aspects of the contract negotiation process. Advising internal teams to minimize risk while balancing business interests. Remaining current on applicable laws and regulations surrounding IP, privacy, security, and government contracting. Conducting periodic employee trainings on any or all of the above. Managing outside counsel as necessary.

Qualifications: Must have 4-7 years legal contracts experience at a leading law firm, in-house, or preferably a combination thereof. Law degree from an accredited U.S. law school and license to practice law in the U.S. Extensive commercial transactions background in technology and SaaS, especially dealing with Sales transactions. Experience working with large multi-national customers and partners. Experience with Data Privacy and Security issues in the technology space (CCPA, GDPR, etc.). Flexibility and eagerness to work hard in fast-paced environment and meet tight deadlines (especially at quarter end). Highly organized, process-driven and client-focused team player.
 
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Director - Legal Counsel (government Contracts)
Refer job# ULUX157020
 
Director - Legal Counsel (Government Contracts) The candidate will support the company's Public Sector and FirstNet segment with a focus on sales to the Department of Defense and related national security associated agencies. Should have 5+ years of government, firm, or in-house experience, along with a demonstrated history in federal procurement, e.g., acquisition, protests, contract formation, vendor or supplier relationships, Federal Acquisition Regulation advice, cost accounting standards counsel, and ethics or civil/criminal False Claims Act, internal, or whistleblower investigations or litigation. Telecommunications law experience, including that related to cybersecurity or law enforcement, or other national security telecommunications experience, a plus. Must have or be capable of obtaining Top Secret/SI Security Clearance. Note: Will be required approx. 3 days/week in the office and/or meeting in person with government agency counsel, with the remaining days working remotely.
 
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Director - Legal Counsel (Government Contracts)
Refer job# BZJD157021
 
Director - Legal Counsel (Government Contracts) The candidate will support the company's Public Sector and FirstNet segment with a focus on sales to the Department of Defense and related national security associated agencies. Should have 5+ years of government, firm, or in-house experience, along with a demonstrated history in federal procurement, e.g., acquisition, protests, contract formation, vendor or supplier relationships, Federal Acquisition Regulation advice, cost accounting standards counsel, and ethics or civil/criminal False Claims Act, internal, or whistleblower investigations or litigation. Telecommunications law experience, including that related to cybersecurity or law enforcement, or other national security telecommunications experience, a plus. Must have or be capable of obtaining Top Secret/SI Security Clearance. Note: Will be required approx. 3 days/week in the office and/or meeting in person with government agency counsel, with the remaining days working remotely.
 
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Counsel, Payor Contracts
Refer job# XMXC156957
 
Counsel, Payor Contracts The candidate will draft, revise, review, and negotiate agreements with third party payors, physician organizations, networks, and governmental entities. Educate and train business partners on legal issues related to contracts and negotiations. Serve as subject matter expert on legal issues arising from payor contracts, including value-based arrangements. Draft legal correspondence such as settlement demands, termination notices, and dispute letters related to payor arrangements. Review, research, and assist with matters before state regulatory bodies, such as Departments of Insurance. Provide advice and counsel on a variety of contracting and transactional matters related to payor contracts, operations, statutory compliance, and reimbursement related issues. Research and interpret applicable laws and regulations to provide guidance to the company. Perform due diligence review of contractual requirements related to potential corporate transactions. As needed, provide subject matter expertise and guidance to Litigation team. Assist with special projects and performs other job-related duties as assigned. Reads and abides by the company's code of conduct, ethics statements, employee handbook(s), policies and procedures and other corporate mandates, including participation in mandatory training programs.

The candidate should have a Licensed attorney holding a J.D. from a top-tier law school with at least 3-5 years of related experience within a healthcare environment. Licensed to practice law and in good standing in at least one U.S. state. Should have knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, Legal Research Tools (i.e. LexisNexis) and Matter Management/eBilling Software. Working knowledge and understanding of payor arrangements. Experience reviewing, drafting and negotiating payor arrangements. High-level analytical, communication, and interpersonal skills. Excellent attention to detail and strong project management and organizational skills. Demonstrated ability to work under pressure, manage a variety of projects simultaneously, meet aggressive deadlines and successfully handle urgent situations with patience and diplomacy. Ability to build credibility quickly and provide strong legal support for a complex and challenging business, while positively and successfully managing relationships within a diverse group of stakeholders. A commitment to personal and professional growth, and receptivity to feedback. Experience working for a health insurance company. Ability to prioritize and manage competing demands.
 
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Contracts Counsel
Refer job# UCOE156969
 
Contracts Counsel Responsibilities: Support the worldwide legal team in the negotiation of various commercial contracts, including Software as a Service (SaaS) agreements, software license agreements, confidentiality agreements, support and services, partner, and other purchasing agreements; Assist with generating responses for requests for proposals, requests for information, and other similar inquiries; Contribute to training company staff responsible for supporting standard agreement reviews and compliance processes; Assist with legal department projects as assigned, including efforts to develop, implement and drive process-oriented improvements; Provide general day-to-day legal advice; and Carry out or assist with other related duties, as needed.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited US law school. Admitted to the Bar of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and in good standing. 1-2 years of relevant legal experience (preferably in an in-house setting). Experience with commercial transactions involving Software as a Service is highly preferred. Demonstrated ability to manage legal risks for complex commercial transactions. Strong drafting, negotiation and communication skills. Able to prioritize multiple projects and be service oriented in a fast-paced environment. Able to work and communicate effectively. Able to work as part of a team and support multiple in-house counsel, compliance and operations teams with business-oriented advice. Sense of humor, a commitment to professionalism, and exceptional judgment.
 
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Legal Counsel _ Contracts
Refer job# GZWB156976
 
Legal Counsel _ Contracts The candidate will expected to provide legal services to support one or more specific business units in the organization, as assigned by the Associate General Counsel- Commercial. Legal Counsel acts as an advisor on legal issues involving customer contracts and state and federal law and regulations; reviews matters that arise from the assigned business unit, and provides advice, based on the law, contracts and Company policies and procedures; may seek guidance from senior staff members or the Associate General Counsel; and may, at the request of the Associate General Counsel, coordinate or monitor matters assigned to outside counsel. Areas of application could include to: reviewing, drafting and negotiating various agreements, customer contracts, business law, health law, data privacy, license agreements, and contracts with vendors to the Company, and risk assessment. Responsible for projects assigned regarding the development and negotiation of contracts on behalf of the Company's business group assigned by the Associate General Counsel. Draft, edit, and negotiate contracts with customers, suppliers, and others who desire to contract with the Company, including, but not limited to agreements for participation in the Company's networks for health information messaging and connectivity, data use agreements, technology licensing agreements, joint research projects, and contracts with vendors supplying services or equipment to the Company. Work closely with, and provide advice to, teams within the Company responsible for the products/services requiring contracts or other documentation for delivery. Responsible for ensuring all relevant facts and legal considerations are assembled, assessed and accurate before contracts are presented for execution as it relates to all business transactions. Evaluate and advise appropriate legal courses of action to meet Company and business unit needs. Assist with internal and external federal, state and industry compliance activities. Act in accordance with the Department's service delivery model. Should have Juris Doctor Degree and member in good standing of at least one bar. Must have Practical knowledge, skills and abilities acquired through a minimum of 2-4 years of experience as a practicing attorney at a law firm or in-house, with any specific experience to be identified in the particular position posting. Should preferably have 2+ years of experience engaging with those responsible for business development on both sides of contracts/transactions. Some healthcare regulatory background is desired. Should preferably have Experience drafting and negotiating business contracts, especially those that include data rights/license agreements and other intellectual property. A general knowledge of health law, including anti-kickback, fraud and abuse, and privacy and data security matters in healthcare is desired.
 
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AVP, Associate General Counsel (Contracts)
Refer job# SRCJ157006
 
AVP, Associate General Counsel (Contracts) Responsibilities: Develop and maintain an expert level of knowledge regarding products, services, capabilities, infrastructure, and operations of Employer and its affiliates, the marketplace, competition, strategic positioning, threats and direction to achieve optimal insight and success with respect to Employer's (and those of its affiliates) products, services, capabilities, support, functionality requirements, and financial performance. Lead, drive, and ultimately be responsible for the legal oversight of contracts, including the responsibility to: Draft and negotiate commercial and vendor contracts and assess attendant risk, in partnership with business clients and cross-functional stakeholders. Provide legal review, advice and support on a broad range of legal matters including commercial contracting, transactional and general corporate matters. Lead and cultivate a team dedicated to contracting matters in the department. Respond to contract related inquiries and provide guidance as a subject matter expert. Work cross-functionally to ensure that contract terms are compliant with legal, regulatory, corporate and risk requirements. Advise internal clients on contract interpretation, dispute resolution, risk allocation and other legal considerations. Guide Product teams and Sales teams on contract interpretation, standardizing contracts, dispute resolution, risk allocation and other legal matters. Establish trusted advisor relationships with the Business and Sales leadership teams. Lead initiatives to improve contract processes, including to reduce cycle times and increase efficiency. Support other legal matters and take on additional responsibilities as needed. Provide HIPAA and other regulatory compliance and privacy advice. Maintain compliance with Inovalon's policies, procedures and mission statement. Adhere to all confidentiality and HIPAA requirements as outlined within Inovalon's Operating Policies and Procedures in all ways and at all times with respect to any aspect of the data handled or services rendered in the undertaking of the position. Fulfill those responsibilities and/or duties that may be reasonably provided by Inovalon for the purpose of achieving operational and financial success of the Employer. Uphold responsibilities relative to the separation of duties for applicable processes and procedures within your job function.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school and licensed to practice law in any US state or Washington, D.C. 15 years of legal experience to include significant experience as a transactional attorney. Track record of success in negotiating high volume commercial transactions with a sales-driven, software or other technology company is a plus. Health care experience is preferred. Ability to lead, manage, and prioritize transactions and other projects from inception to completion in a collaborative, fast-paced environment. Excel at communicating business and legal issues to senior management, other business leaders and non-lawyers. Exceptional business judgment, with the ability to think tactically and strategically and provide practical advice by balancing business needs with legal risks. Ability to effectively manage and prioritize multiple deals and agreements. Ability to operate comfortably in a matrixed environment. Ability to work in a fast paced and dynamic environment. Experience leading and mentoring attorneys and/or other legal staff.
 
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Government Contracts Senior Attorney
Refer job# ONPF156930
 
Government Contracts Senior Attorney Duties: Providing advice and counsel within the firm, including to senior leaders, on the pursuit and performance of federal, state and local government contracts. Advising and counseling on federal facility and personnel clearance matters; administrative and appropriations law; federal and state pocurement law and regulation and other statutory and regulatory compliance requirements for federal government contractors; state and local regulations and ordinances compliance requirements for state and local government procurements and contractors. Collaborating across the firm with leadership of various service lines, internal client service groups, and within RRLA; acting as a trusted advisor and liaison between the commercial audit and advisory service lines and the public sector practice. Providing strategic advice to the firm's partners and employees across the public sector and commercial audit and advisory professional service lines on day-to-day risk mitigation issues and implementing policies and procedures to minimize enterprise risk, particularly risks associated with supporting the government contracting practice. Participating in and supporting the government contract practice's risk committee and compliance programs, including by preparing and conducting training on government contracting and compliance topics, including to leadership, personnel and the internal Contracts group. Managing government contracting litigation, including the proactive supervision of outside counsel, with the goal of expeditious and economical resolution of bid protests, equitable adjustments and claims, lawsuits and regulatory matters, and conducting internal investigations. Advising on and resolving disputes and contract performance issues. Structuring, negotiating and drafting complex government and commercial agreements such as teaming agreements, government subcontracts, joint ventures, purchase agreements, commercial engagement letters and MSAs and other business agreements as necessary. Identifying and resolving government contracting regulatory and compliance issues, including responding to government audits and investigations.

Qualifications: Certification as a Federal Contracts Manager (CFCM) and membership in the National Contract Manager Association (NMCA) are pluses. JD Degree and bar admission in Virginia or the ability to qualify as Virginia Corporate Counsel. 8+ experience combined in both a law firm/in house legal department. Expertise in federal government contracts law, including FAR, DFARS, federal procurement statutes and regulations, as well as knowledge of state and local government procurement rules. Familiarity with the management of GSA offerings, compliance processes, price management and the financial reporting process. Experience with performance dispute counseling, bid protests and litigation. Experience in an independent public accounting/professional services firm setting helpful. Business-focused and creative approach to problem solving and the ability to efficiently manage a substantial number of issues. Exceptional track record of project management, strong partnership and collaboration, influential leadership, and process management. Strong verbal and written communication skills, demonstrated good judgment and willingness to take on a variety of diverse projects. Strong ability to maneuver through business barriers to drive initiatives throughout the enterprise. Working relationships with other attorneys and government officials to help deal with and resolve issued affecting the Public Sector practice. Additional Qualifications and Requirements: Ability to identify and anticipate issues/areas that require attention. Ability to drive process improvements and manage projects/initiatives. Ability to prioritize multiple assignments. Strong attention to detail. Works well under pressure; adheres to deadlines. Flexible, collaborative team player. Ability to work additional hours as needed.
 
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Avp, Associate General Counsel (contracts)
Refer job# NQMQ156942
 
AVP, Associate General Counsel (Contracts) Responsibilities: Develop and maintain an expert level of knowledge regarding products, services, capabilities, infrastructure, and operations of Employer and its affiliates, the marketplace, competition, strategic positioning, threats and direction to achieve optimal insight and success with respect to Employer's (and those of its affiliates) products, services, capabilities, support, functionality requirements, and financial performance. Lead, drive, and ultimately be responsible for the legal oversight of contracts, including the responsibility to:. Draft and negotiate commercial and vendor contracts and assess attendant risk, in partnership with business clients and cross-functional stakeholders. Provide legal review, advice and support on a broad range of legal matters including commercial contracting, transactional and general corporate matters. Lead and cultivate a team dedicated to contracting matters in the department. Respond to contract related inquiries and provide guidance as a subject matter expert. Work cross-functionally to ensure that contract terms are compliant with legal, regulatory, corporate and risk requirements. Advise internal clients on contract interpretation, dispute resolution, risk allocation and other legal considerations. Guide Product teams and Sales teams on contract interpretation, standardizing contracts, dispute resolution, risk allocation and other legal matters. Establish trusted advisor relationships with the Business and Sales leadership teams. Lead initiatives to improve contract processes, including to reduce cycle times and increase efficiency. Support other legal matters and take on additional responsibilities as needed. Provide HIPAA and other regulatory compliance and privacy advice. Maintain compliance with's policies, procedures and mission statement. Adhere to all confidentiality and HIPAA requirements as outlined within's Operating Policies and Procedures in all ways and at all times with respect to any aspect of the data handled or services rendered in the undertaking of the position. Fulfill those responsibilities and/or duties that may be reasonably provided by for the purpose of achieving operational and financial success of the Employer. Uphold responsibilities relative to the separation of duties for applicable processes and procedures.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school and licensed to practice law in any US state or Washington, D.C. 15+ years of legal experience to include significant experience as a transactional attorney. Track record of success in negotiating high volume commercial transactions with a sales-driven, software or other technology company is a plus. Health care experience is preferred. Ability to lead, manage, and prioritize transactions and other projects from inception to completion in a collaborative, fast-paced environment. Excel at communicating business and legal issues to senior management, other business leaders and non-lawyers. Exceptional business judgment, with the ability to think tactically and strategically and provide practical advice by balancing business needs with legal risks. Ability to effectively manage and prioritize multiple deals and agreements. Ability to operate comfortably in a matrixed environment. Ability to work in a fast paced and dynamic environment. Experience leading and mentoring attorneys and/or other legal staff.
 
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Associate General Counsel. - Contracts
Refer job# BITY156857
 
Associate General Counsel - Contracts The candidate's duties include: Will serve as a primary legal contact and contract negotiator for commercial contracts. Facilitate the contracts review process, including providing advice to business personnel, participating in contract negotiations, and coordinating contract review by other Attorneys as needed. Routinely review and provide advice to business personnel regarding the interpretation of existing contracts. Support and promote compliance of internal policies and procedures surrounding the contracting process. Support and contribute to the internal contract database, including contract review requests, status of contract reviews, and reporting as required. Oversee outside counsel as needed. Develop expertise and serve as subject matter expert on various matters as requested by leadership. Other duties as assigned. Should have strong project management and organizational skills and strong negotiation skills. must have excellent verbal, written (drafting), and presentation skills with the ability to communicate effectively, with ability to articulate important legal concerns/principles to non-legal business units. Juris Doctorate from ABA accredited law school required. Member in good standing of a State Bar Association required. 10+ years of contracting or contract law experience required. IT Contracting experience preferred. Cyber security and regulation experience preferred.
 
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