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Contracts Expert - Attorney, And Experts

Chicago IL Contracts Expert - Attorney, and Experts Note: This is an expected 3-month long project. The candidate will contract review and analysis. Contract drafting and revision. Review and redline of third-party contracts. Must be licensed US attorney, Undergraduate degree, or Paralegal Certificate with 1-3 years of contract abstraction or litigation document review experience. Should preferably have experience reviewing and abstracting contracts. Legal 1 - 3 Full-time 2018-04-24

Vendor Contracts Counsel

Wilmington DE Vendor Contracts Counsel The candidate will join the Legal department's vendor contracts group to support Bank and its affiliates with respect to enterprise-wide vendor, supply and third party contracts, often involving technology and software services. Will be responsible for reviewing, drafting and negotiating a large volume of vendor contracts with significant dollar exposure and operational impact to Bank, as well as advising on applicable laws and regulations relating to bank vendor relationships. Ensure that Bank's objectives are met, associated risks are identified and managed and applicable laws, regulations, rules, guidance, industry standards and internal Bank policies and procedures are complied with. Work in consultation with other subject matter attorneys in the Legal department and business partners throughout Bank. Provide legal support to Bank's Third Party Risk Management group (TPRM Group). Advise on sophisticated vendor arrangements by Bank, often involving technology, services, consulting, outsourcing, and other commercial transactions, ranging in complexity, profile, and scale. Review, draft and negotiate Bank's vendor contracts and advising on related matters, including: agreements for outsourced services, computer hardware, software, cloud-based services, telecommunications, market data agreements, and customer-facing systems; software and intellectual property license; data and information license; application service provider and software-as-a-service agreements (cloud); consulting, professional services and other services agreement; supply agreements; and sponsorship agreements. Interface with Bank's business units, subject matter experts, Compliance, Risk and the TPRM Group to resolve issues. Prepare and maintain standard template forms of vendor contracts and boilerplate provisions for Bank. Provide legal guidance on issues that arise in connection with prospective and ongoing vendor management engagements, including contract interpretation, and advising on contractual implications to an engagement. Support the TPRM Group's efforts to improve Bank's utilization of vendors and suppliers. Providing feedback on process architecture, process efficiencies, and cost saving. Monitor and remain current on regulatory guidance and industry practices for effectively managing third-party risk. Oversee outside counsel retained to advise on vendor contract negotiation and matters. Keep senior management and other personnel up to date on pertinent legal and regulatory developments, including legal risks.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree. Should be licensed to practice law in New York or Delaware (or ability to obtain an in-house counsel license in New York or Delaware, as applicable). Must have 4+ years of relevant experience with contract review and negotiation. Should have demonstrated experience reviewing technology contracts in a corporate commercial contracts administration environment, including knowledge of industry concepts, terminology, clauses, and standard procedures. Must have working knowledge of, and substantial experience in handling, legal issues associated with contract, cybersecurity, the Internet, electronic contracting, commercial contracting practices, and/or intellectual property.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2018-04-24

Vendor Contracts Counsel

Buffalo NY Vendor Contracts Counsel The candidate will join the Legal department's vendor contracts group to support Bank and its affiliates with respect to enterprise-wide vendor, supply and third party contracts, often involving technology and software services. Will be responsible for reviewing, drafting and negotiating a large volume of vendor contracts with significant dollar exposure and operational impact to Bank, as well as advising on applicable laws and regulations relating to bank vendor relationships. Ensure that Bank's objectives are met, associated risks are identified and managed and applicable laws, regulations, rules, guidance, industry standards and internal Bank policies and procedures are complied with. Work in consultation with other subject matter attorneys in the Legal department and business partners throughout Bank. Provide legal support to Bank's Third Party Risk Management group (TPRM Group). Advise on sophisticated vendor arrangements by Bank, often involving technology, services, consulting, outsourcing, and other commercial transactions, ranging in complexity, profile, and scale. Review, draft and negotiate Bank's vendor contracts and advising on related matters, including: agreements for outsourced services, computer hardware, software, cloud-based services, telecommunications, market data agreements, and customer-facing systems; software and intellectual property license; data and information license; application service provider and software-as-a-service agreements (cloud); consulting, professional services and other services agreement; supply agreements; and sponsorship agreements. Interface with Bank's business units, subject matter experts, Compliance, Risk and the TPRM Group to resolve issues. Prepare and maintain standard template forms of vendor contracts and boilerplate provisions for Bank. Provide legal guidance on issues that arise in connection with prospective and ongoing vendor management engagements, including contract interpretation, and advising on contractual implications to an engagement. Support the TPRM Group's efforts to improve Bank's utilization of vendors and suppliers. Providing feedback on process architecture, process efficiencies, and cost saving. Monitor and remain current on regulatory guidance and industry practices for effectively managing third-party risk. Oversee outside counsel retained to advise on vendor contract negotiation and matters. Keep senior management and other personnel up to date on pertinent legal and regulatory developments, including legal risks.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree. Should be licensed to practice law in New York or Delaware (or ability to obtain an in-house counsel license in New York or Delaware, as applicable). Must have 4+ years of relevant experience with contract review and negotiation. Should have demonstrated experience reviewing technology contracts in a corporate commercial contracts administration environment, including knowledge of industry concepts, terminology, clauses, and standard procedures. Must have working knowledge of, and substantial experience in handling, legal issues associated with contract, cybersecurity, the Internet, electronic contracting, commercial contracting practices, and/or intellectual property.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2018-04-24

R&d Contracts Counsel

Lexington MA R&D Contracts Counsel The candidate will draft, analyze and negotiate various contracts and other legal documents for company's Legal Department. Will provide guidance and support to company's internal and external clients for contractual matters. Timely preparation, review and negotiation of a high volume of contracts and other related documents, including master agreements, service agreements, supply agreements, consulting agreements, statements of work, clinical trial agreements, grant agreements, IT contracts, contracts in support of Global Procurement, confidentiality agreements and other legal documents. Review and analyze contract terms and conditions to determine compliance and assess risk. Support development of contract template language. Obtain and file completed (fully executed) contracts in the Legal contracts database. Build relationships with key internal clients, including those in Global Procurement, to facilitate contracting and procurement processes. Serve as point of contact for outside clients on contract negotiation and other contractual matters. Serve as point of contact for company internal clients on contract negotiation and other contractual matters, including status of contracts in process and tracking of contracts in the Legal contracts database. Train internal clients on company's contract request and review process, including global procurement processes related to vendor identification, selection and management. Participate in development of appropriate processes to improve efficiency and enhance department capabilities.

The candidate should have a Legal degree. Must have 2+ years in a contract analyst role or similar experience drafting and negotiating a high volume of contracts (10 years of experience preferred). Knowledge of pharmaceutical industry and health care compliance requirements required. Experience support various functions preferred.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2018-04-21

R&d Contracts Counsel

Lexington MA R&D Contracts Counsel The candidate will draft, analyze and negotiate various contracts and other legal documents for company's Legal Department. Will provide guidance and support to company's internal and external clients for contractual matters. Timely preparation, review and negotiation of a high volume of contracts and other related documents, including master agreements, service agreements, supply agreements, consulting agreements, statements of work, clinical trial agreements, grant agreements, IT contracts, contracts in support of Global Procurement, confidentiality agreements and other legal documents. Review and analyze contract terms and conditions to determine compliance and assess risk. Support development of contract template language. Obtain and file completed (fully executed) contracts in the Legal contracts database. Build relationships with key internal clients, including those in Global Procurement, to facilitate contracting and procurement processes. Serve as point of contact for outside clients on contract negotiation and other contractual matters. Serve as point of contact for company internal clients on contract negotiation and other contractual matters, including status of contracts in process and tracking of contracts in the Legal contracts database. Train internal clients on company's contract request and review process, including global procurement processes related to vendor identification, selection and management. Participate in development of appropriate processes to improve efficiency and enhance department capabilities.

The candidate should have a Legal degree. Must have 2+ years in a contract analyst role or similar experience drafting and negotiating a high volume of contracts (10 years of experience preferred). Knowledge of pharmaceutical industry and health care compliance requirements required. Experience support various functions preferred.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2018-04-21

Contracts Attorney

Irvine CA Contracts Attorney Duties: Preparing, drafting and negotiating a wide variety of contracts including but not limited to vendor/supplier agreements, IT agreements, NDAs, testing and development agreements, marketing agreements, master service and/or product agreements, licensing agreements, staffing agreements and consulting agreements. Working closely with various business units, including IT, Marketing, Finance, Food Innovation, Operations and Engineering, International, Foundation, etc., to understand the scope of their various projects and identify potential risks that will need to be addressed in order to support their contract needs. Providing legal guidance to achieve business objectives while minimizing legal risks and liability. Counseling clients on all matters related to contracts and working collaboratively with clients and department peers to develop solutions and provide a competitive advantage to the brand. Using strong analytical skills throughout the contract negotiation process to protect the brand s assets and reputation. Effectively communicating to help drive alignment with clients and other business partners.

Qualifications: JD Degree or equivalent required. 3-4 years of legal transactional experience; relevant in-house transactional experience strongly preferred. Experience structuring, drafting and negotiating contracts required. Experience with IT (including Cloud, SaaS) contracts and marketing and advertising contracts required. Experience in restaurant or retail industries preferred. Licensed member in good standing of a State Bar, with strong preference for admission to the California State Bar. Excellent communication skills, both written and oral, with all levels of the organization including management, peers, and customers. Strong organizational skills with the ability to manage time and multiple priorities to completion. Strong problem solving skills with an analytical and business savvy approach. Must be a team player with the ability to adapt in a fast paced and rapidly changing environment. Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, Word) and other relevant computer system applications.
Legal 3 - 4 Full-time 2018-04-21

Legal Contracts Counsel Associate Director

Atlanta GA Legal Contracts Counsel Associate Director The Legal Contracts Counsel coordinates a team of contract professionals negotiating professional services agreements as well as supporting procurement agreements. In addition to traditional consulting services, agreements may include large, complex technology contracts and outsourcing, as well as emerging technologies. This role involves the negotiation of the legal terms and conditions of such technology contracts; providing a legal analysis of the associated risks; and related advice to address, manage and mitigate the risks identified. The work is complex and requires sound experience in contract law, professional services, technology and software licenses, contract drafting, intellectual property and the negotiation of large, complex deals. This role also involves leading a team and coordinating with teams and leadership in a remote location. Coordinating activities of team of contract negotiation professionals. Coordinating with attorneys and leadership in other firm US offices. Advising client engagement teams and the relevant Service Line leaders of the key legal risks of the proposed project and contract, including what legal and regulatory issues need to be addressed early in the process. Coordinating with cross functional teams (tax, independence, information security) and legal colleagues (data privacy, employment, alliance) in order to provide a comprehensive risk assessment and risk management. Drafting and negotiating contracts with third parties (Master'service agreements, professional services agreements, NDAs, outsourcing agreements, technology services agreements, systems implementation agreements, hosting agreements, software as a service agreements) to address the risks identified and levels of performance required from the third party. Working to make all contractual documents compliant with firm policies and maintaining an understanding of the impact of any changes in firm policies, organizational structure, and procedures. Protecting firm s intellectual property to prevent loss/infringement by third parties through trademarks, copyrights, patents and other appropriate safeguards. Providing input and feedback concerning GCO contracting procedures. Attending GCO meetings and training sessions. Working with GCO attorneys to update templates. Providing advice based on the appropriate balance of risk mitigation and business interests on a real-time basis.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree from an accredited 4 year college. JD degree from an accredited law school is needed. Should have 8-10 years of relevant experience within a law firm or a corporate legal department. Membership in the State Bar as an attorney qualified to practice law in state where office is needed. Good standing with the State Bar including being current on individual state Continuing Legal Education requirements are essential. Excellent organizational skills; demonstrated ability to create, plan and successfully execute projects; the ability to meet multiple deadlines in a fast-paced environment is essential. Excellent verbal and written communication skills; ability to interface and communicate effectively and diplomatically with all levels of EY personnel is essential.
Legal 8 - 10 Full-time 2018-04-20

Contracts Counsel

Mahwah NJ Contracts Counsel The candidate will manage a substantial contract workload with hospitals, IDNs, GPOs, suppliers, contractors, distributors, service providers, software companies, etc. Will draft, review and negotiate sales and service agreements, non-compete agreements, confidentiality agreements and consultant agreements. Assist in the management of contract documentation flow, approvals and reporting consistent with internal processes. Identify potential liability related to business practices, policies and compliance risk. Conduct legal research and prepare memoranda. Work with the Compliance Department to uncover and resolve compliance-related issues. Support the continuous improvement of standard form agreements and legal processes. Performs other related duties and special projects as required. Responsible for identifying training requirements and training completion for direct reports. Should have 5+ years of legal experience. Admitted to at least one state Bar is needed. Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook) is essential. Law degree from accredited legal program and member of the Bar in 1 state. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-04-20

Corporate Counsel, Contracts

South San Francisco CA Corporate Counsel, Contracts Duties: Provides transactional legal support to the Research and Development organizations and other departments in conjunction with senior members of the Legal team. Draft, review and negotiate a wide range of contracts in support of the Research and Development organizations (which may include: confidentiality agreements, consulting agreements, materials transfer agreements, simple and complex clinical trial agreements, clinical advisory board agreements, and various vendor services agreements and master agreements). Review and provide input regarding clinical trial-related documents, such as informed consent forms and privacy documents, and serve as an internal legal resource to the development and clinical teams. Advise and troubleshoot on existing agreements and operational arrangements. Identify and define operational and legal risks and be able to communicate those risks to appropriate internal decision-makers for discussion and resolution. Interact with internal clients effectively to address legal and business questions. Interface with clinical research organizations, hospitals and universities to facilitate clinical trials. Handle miscellaneous legal tasks on an as needed basis under direction of senior attorneys.

Qualifications: BS/BA degree, preferably in life sciences or a related field. JD degree required and must be admitted to practice, preferably in California. 3-5 years of experience as an attorney in a law firm or in-house legal environment in the biotechnology or pharmaceuticals industry. Contract drafting and negotiation experience required. Clinical trial contract drafting and negotiation experience is desired. Clear and concise verbal and written communication skills, and must have excellent interpersonal communication skills. Also requires strong computer skills (e.g., Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.), Deltaview, and Internet). Must be detail-oriented and have strong organizational skills. Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and with the ability to re-prioritize on short time frames. Acts responsibly and conscientiously. Works under pressure to meet specific deadlines. Works independently and in a team environment. Dedicated to quality, reliability, and highest professional standards in all work tasks. Must be a self-starter and quick learner. Must have good judgment.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2018-04-20

Contracts Attorney

Irving TX Contracts Attorney Responsibilities: Provide commercial legal advice to sales and operational business partners to ensure their activities, policies, business practices, and transactions comply with relevant laws and regulations. Draft and negotiate legal contracts and other documents related to a variety of commercial and operational matters (e.g., customer contracts, national agreement, leases, supply agreements, consulting agreements, marketing agreements, licensing agreements, etc.) to protect the organization s legal and business interests. Analyze and interpret case law and proposed and existing laws and regulations to provide advice to the Company on how they impact the organization s operations. Understanding of the legal ramifications of any given issue and possess the ability to articulate the risk to business partners. Oversee and manage the work of outside counsel on legal proceedings before courts, government agencies, or other authorities so the organization s interests are protected. Closely collaborate with internal business sales and operations teams to meet their business objectives and legal needs. Provide appropriate advice and training to sales and business partners regarding relevant contractual provisions and risks.

Qualifications: Law Degree from ABA accredited law school required; and 3+ years of related experience after Bar admission. Excellent analytical abilities and good judgment in selecting methods and techniques for obtaining solutions. Ability to manage people and projects effectively, with unquestioned integrity, and demonstrate solid situational leadership skills. Strong business acumen, the ability to be a business partner and a good working knowledge of the service industry. A strong sense of ownership, dedication to work responsibilities, self-motivation and the ability to manage and regularly prioritize workload. Ability to relate comfortably at all levels within an organization and interact directly with the business unit senior leadership. Exceptional professionalism and advocacy skills, with the ability to promote and defend the interests of the business. Ability to think strategically and proactively, proposing creative, pragmatic assessments and solutions to complex issues. Able to command the trust and respect of the General Counsel, his/her fellow attorneys, and business clients at all levels.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2018-04-19
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Corporate Counsel
In-House,Best Buy
Location : Richfield, MN, United States

Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide transactional legal support and general legal advice primarily by working on a wide variety of agreements, especially concerning technology, outsourcing and other third party services, in support of compa... + read more

apr 24, 2018


Contracts Administration - Negotiator
In-House,TopBuild
Location : Daytona Beach, FL, United States

Contracts Administration ? Negotiator The candidate adheres to the contract policies and procedures established by the Contracts Management Group to support and achieve corporate risk mitigation goals. Contributes in developing the strategic directi... + read more

apr 24, 2018


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Contracts Expert - Attorney, And Experts
Refer job# HQJQ138681
 
Contracts Expert - Attorney, and Experts Note: This is an expected 3-month long project. The candidate will contract review and analysis. Contract drafting and revision. Review and redline of third-party contracts. Must be licensed US attorney, Undergraduate degree, or Paralegal Certificate with 1-3 years of contract abstraction or litigation document review experience. Should preferably have experience reviewing and abstracting contracts.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Vendor Contracts Counsel
Refer job# HEUO138685
 
Vendor Contracts Counsel The candidate will join the Legal department's vendor contracts group to support Bank and its affiliates with respect to enterprise-wide vendor, supply and third party contracts, often involving technology and software services. Will be responsible for reviewing, drafting and negotiating a large volume of vendor contracts with significant dollar exposure and operational impact to Bank, as well as advising on applicable laws and regulations relating to bank vendor relationships. Ensure that Bank's objectives are met, associated risks are identified and managed and applicable laws, regulations, rules, guidance, industry standards and internal Bank policies and procedures are complied with. Work in consultation with other subject matter attorneys in the Legal department and business partners throughout Bank. Provide legal support to Bank's Third Party Risk Management group (TPRM Group). Advise on sophisticated vendor arrangements by Bank, often involving technology, services, consulting, outsourcing, and other commercial transactions, ranging in complexity, profile, and scale. Review, draft and negotiate Bank's vendor contracts and advising on related matters, including: agreements for outsourced services, computer hardware, software, cloud-based services, telecommunications, market data agreements, and customer-facing systems; software and intellectual property license; data and information license; application service provider and software-as-a-service agreements (cloud); consulting, professional services and other services agreement; supply agreements; and sponsorship agreements. Interface with Bank's business units, subject matter experts, Compliance, Risk and the TPRM Group to resolve issues. Prepare and maintain standard template forms of vendor contracts and boilerplate provisions for Bank. Provide legal guidance on issues that arise in connection with prospective and ongoing vendor management engagements, including contract interpretation, and advising on contractual implications to an engagement. Support the TPRM Group's efforts to improve Bank's utilization of vendors and suppliers. Providing feedback on process architecture, process efficiencies, and cost saving. Monitor and remain current on regulatory guidance and industry practices for effectively managing third-party risk. Oversee outside counsel retained to advise on vendor contract negotiation and matters. Keep senior management and other personnel up to date on pertinent legal and regulatory developments, including legal risks.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree. Should be licensed to practice law in New York or Delaware (or ability to obtain an in-house counsel license in New York or Delaware, as applicable). Must have 4+ years of relevant experience with contract review and negotiation. Should have demonstrated experience reviewing technology contracts in a corporate commercial contracts administration environment, including knowledge of industry concepts, terminology, clauses, and standard procedures. Must have working knowledge of, and substantial experience in handling, legal issues associated with contract, cybersecurity, the Internet, electronic contracting, commercial contracting practices, and/or intellectual property.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Vendor Contracts Counsel
Refer job# PRDZ138686
 
Vendor Contracts Counsel The candidate will join the Legal department's vendor contracts group to support Bank and its affiliates with respect to enterprise-wide vendor, supply and third party contracts, often involving technology and software services. Will be responsible for reviewing, drafting and negotiating a large volume of vendor contracts with significant dollar exposure and operational impact to Bank, as well as advising on applicable laws and regulations relating to bank vendor relationships. Ensure that Bank's objectives are met, associated risks are identified and managed and applicable laws, regulations, rules, guidance, industry standards and internal Bank policies and procedures are complied with. Work in consultation with other subject matter attorneys in the Legal department and business partners throughout Bank. Provide legal support to Bank's Third Party Risk Management group (TPRM Group). Advise on sophisticated vendor arrangements by Bank, often involving technology, services, consulting, outsourcing, and other commercial transactions, ranging in complexity, profile, and scale. Review, draft and negotiate Bank's vendor contracts and advising on related matters, including: agreements for outsourced services, computer hardware, software, cloud-based services, telecommunications, market data agreements, and customer-facing systems; software and intellectual property license; data and information license; application service provider and software-as-a-service agreements (cloud); consulting, professional services and other services agreement; supply agreements; and sponsorship agreements. Interface with Bank's business units, subject matter experts, Compliance, Risk and the TPRM Group to resolve issues. Prepare and maintain standard template forms of vendor contracts and boilerplate provisions for Bank. Provide legal guidance on issues that arise in connection with prospective and ongoing vendor management engagements, including contract interpretation, and advising on contractual implications to an engagement. Support the TPRM Group's efforts to improve Bank's utilization of vendors and suppliers. Providing feedback on process architecture, process efficiencies, and cost saving. Monitor and remain current on regulatory guidance and industry practices for effectively managing third-party risk. Oversee outside counsel retained to advise on vendor contract negotiation and matters. Keep senior management and other personnel up to date on pertinent legal and regulatory developments, including legal risks.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree. Should be licensed to practice law in New York or Delaware (or ability to obtain an in-house counsel license in New York or Delaware, as applicable). Must have 4+ years of relevant experience with contract review and negotiation. Should have demonstrated experience reviewing technology contracts in a corporate commercial contracts administration environment, including knowledge of industry concepts, terminology, clauses, and standard procedures. Must have working knowledge of, and substantial experience in handling, legal issues associated with contract, cybersecurity, the Internet, electronic contracting, commercial contracting practices, and/or intellectual property.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
R&d Contracts Counsel
Refer job# IYSJ138626
 
R&D Contracts Counsel The candidate will draft, analyze and negotiate various contracts and other legal documents for company's Legal Department. Will provide guidance and support to company's internal and external clients for contractual matters. Timely preparation, review and negotiation of a high volume of contracts and other related documents, including master agreements, service agreements, supply agreements, consulting agreements, statements of work, clinical trial agreements, grant agreements, IT contracts, contracts in support of Global Procurement, confidentiality agreements and other legal documents. Review and analyze contract terms and conditions to determine compliance and assess risk. Support development of contract template language. Obtain and file completed (fully executed) contracts in the Legal contracts database. Build relationships with key internal clients, including those in Global Procurement, to facilitate contracting and procurement processes. Serve as point of contact for outside clients on contract negotiation and other contractual matters. Serve as point of contact for company internal clients on contract negotiation and other contractual matters, including status of contracts in process and tracking of contracts in the Legal contracts database. Train internal clients on company's contract request and review process, including global procurement processes related to vendor identification, selection and management. Participate in development of appropriate processes to improve efficiency and enhance department capabilities.

The candidate should have a Legal degree. Must have 2+ years in a contract analyst role or similar experience drafting and negotiating a high volume of contracts (10 years of experience preferred). Knowledge of pharmaceutical industry and health care compliance requirements required. Experience support various functions preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
R&d Contracts Counsel
Refer job# BZHD138635
 
R&D Contracts Counsel The candidate will draft, analyze and negotiate various contracts and other legal documents for company's Legal Department. Will provide guidance and support to company's internal and external clients for contractual matters. Timely preparation, review and negotiation of a high volume of contracts and other related documents, including master agreements, service agreements, supply agreements, consulting agreements, statements of work, clinical trial agreements, grant agreements, IT contracts, contracts in support of Global Procurement, confidentiality agreements and other legal documents. Review and analyze contract terms and conditions to determine compliance and assess risk. Support development of contract template language. Obtain and file completed (fully executed) contracts in the Legal contracts database. Build relationships with key internal clients, including those in Global Procurement, to facilitate contracting and procurement processes. Serve as point of contact for outside clients on contract negotiation and other contractual matters. Serve as point of contact for company internal clients on contract negotiation and other contractual matters, including status of contracts in process and tracking of contracts in the Legal contracts database. Train internal clients on company's contract request and review process, including global procurement processes related to vendor identification, selection and management. Participate in development of appropriate processes to improve efficiency and enhance department capabilities.

The candidate should have a Legal degree. Must have 2+ years in a contract analyst role or similar experience drafting and negotiating a high volume of contracts (10 years of experience preferred). Knowledge of pharmaceutical industry and health care compliance requirements required. Experience support various functions preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Contracts Attorney
Refer job# TQMB138643
 
Contracts Attorney Duties: Preparing, drafting and negotiating a wide variety of contracts including but not limited to vendor/supplier agreements, IT agreements, NDAs, testing and development agreements, marketing agreements, master service and/or product agreements, licensing agreements, staffing agreements and consulting agreements. Working closely with various business units, including IT, Marketing, Finance, Food Innovation, Operations and Engineering, International, Foundation, etc., to understand the scope of their various projects and identify potential risks that will need to be addressed in order to support their contract needs. Providing legal guidance to achieve business objectives while minimizing legal risks and liability. Counseling clients on all matters related to contracts and working collaboratively with clients and department peers to develop solutions and provide a competitive advantage to the brand. Using strong analytical skills throughout the contract negotiation process to protect the brand s assets and reputation. Effectively communicating to help drive alignment with clients and other business partners.

Qualifications: JD Degree or equivalent required. 3-4 years of legal transactional experience; relevant in-house transactional experience strongly preferred. Experience structuring, drafting and negotiating contracts required. Experience with IT (including Cloud, SaaS) contracts and marketing and advertising contracts required. Experience in restaurant or retail industries preferred. Licensed member in good standing of a State Bar, with strong preference for admission to the California State Bar. Excellent communication skills, both written and oral, with all levels of the organization including management, peers, and customers. Strong organizational skills with the ability to manage time and multiple priorities to completion. Strong problem solving skills with an analytical and business savvy approach. Must be a team player with the ability to adapt in a fast paced and rapidly changing environment. Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, Word) and other relevant computer system applications.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Legal Contracts Counsel Associate Director
Refer job# UNHL138602
 
Legal Contracts Counsel Associate Director The Legal Contracts Counsel coordinates a team of contract professionals negotiating professional services agreements as well as supporting procurement agreements. In addition to traditional consulting services, agreements may include large, complex technology contracts and outsourcing, as well as emerging technologies. This role involves the negotiation of the legal terms and conditions of such technology contracts; providing a legal analysis of the associated risks; and related advice to address, manage and mitigate the risks identified. The work is complex and requires sound experience in contract law, professional services, technology and software licenses, contract drafting, intellectual property and the negotiation of large, complex deals. This role also involves leading a team and coordinating with teams and leadership in a remote location. Coordinating activities of team of contract negotiation professionals. Coordinating with attorneys and leadership in other firm US offices. Advising client engagement teams and the relevant Service Line leaders of the key legal risks of the proposed project and contract, including what legal and regulatory issues need to be addressed early in the process. Coordinating with cross functional teams (tax, independence, information security) and legal colleagues (data privacy, employment, alliance) in order to provide a comprehensive risk assessment and risk management. Drafting and negotiating contracts with third parties (Master'service agreements, professional services agreements, NDAs, outsourcing agreements, technology services agreements, systems implementation agreements, hosting agreements, software as a service agreements) to address the risks identified and levels of performance required from the third party. Working to make all contractual documents compliant with firm policies and maintaining an understanding of the impact of any changes in firm policies, organizational structure, and procedures. Protecting firm s intellectual property to prevent loss/infringement by third parties through trademarks, copyrights, patents and other appropriate safeguards. Providing input and feedback concerning GCO contracting procedures. Attending GCO meetings and training sessions. Working with GCO attorneys to update templates. Providing advice based on the appropriate balance of risk mitigation and business interests on a real-time basis.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree from an accredited 4 year college. JD degree from an accredited law school is needed. Should have 8-10 years of relevant experience within a law firm or a corporate legal department. Membership in the State Bar as an attorney qualified to practice law in state where office is needed. Good standing with the State Bar including being current on individual state Continuing Legal Education requirements are essential. Excellent organizational skills; demonstrated ability to create, plan and successfully execute projects; the ability to meet multiple deadlines in a fast-paced environment is essential. Excellent verbal and written communication skills; ability to interface and communicate effectively and diplomatically with all levels of EY personnel is essential.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Contracts Counsel
Refer job# SNRC138607
 
Contracts Counsel The candidate will manage a substantial contract workload with hospitals, IDNs, GPOs, suppliers, contractors, distributors, service providers, software companies, etc. Will draft, review and negotiate sales and service agreements, non-compete agreements, confidentiality agreements and consultant agreements. Assist in the management of contract documentation flow, approvals and reporting consistent with internal processes. Identify potential liability related to business practices, policies and compliance risk. Conduct legal research and prepare memoranda. Work with the Compliance Department to uncover and resolve compliance-related issues. Support the continuous improvement of standard form agreements and legal processes. Performs other related duties and special projects as required. Responsible for identifying training requirements and training completion for direct reports. Should have 5+ years of legal experience. Admitted to at least one state Bar is needed. Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook) is essential. Law degree from accredited legal program and member of the Bar in 1 state.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Contracts
Refer job# YJJU138623
 
Corporate Counsel, Contracts Duties: Provides transactional legal support to the Research and Development organizations and other departments in conjunction with senior members of the Legal team. Draft, review and negotiate a wide range of contracts in support of the Research and Development organizations (which may include: confidentiality agreements, consulting agreements, materials transfer agreements, simple and complex clinical trial agreements, clinical advisory board agreements, and various vendor services agreements and master agreements). Review and provide input regarding clinical trial-related documents, such as informed consent forms and privacy documents, and serve as an internal legal resource to the development and clinical teams. Advise and troubleshoot on existing agreements and operational arrangements. Identify and define operational and legal risks and be able to communicate those risks to appropriate internal decision-makers for discussion and resolution. Interact with internal clients effectively to address legal and business questions. Interface with clinical research organizations, hospitals and universities to facilitate clinical trials. Handle miscellaneous legal tasks on an as needed basis under direction of senior attorneys.

Qualifications: BS/BA degree, preferably in life sciences or a related field. JD degree required and must be admitted to practice, preferably in California. 3-5 years of experience as an attorney in a law firm or in-house legal environment in the biotechnology or pharmaceuticals industry. Contract drafting and negotiation experience required. Clinical trial contract drafting and negotiation experience is desired. Clear and concise verbal and written communication skills, and must have excellent interpersonal communication skills. Also requires strong computer skills (e.g., Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.), Deltaview, and Internet). Must be detail-oriented and have strong organizational skills. Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and with the ability to re-prioritize on short time frames. Acts responsibly and conscientiously. Works under pressure to meet specific deadlines. Works independently and in a team environment. Dedicated to quality, reliability, and highest professional standards in all work tasks. Must be a self-starter and quick learner. Must have good judgment.
 
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Contracts Attorney
Refer job# EEBP138594
 
Contracts Attorney Responsibilities: Provide commercial legal advice to sales and operational business partners to ensure their activities, policies, business practices, and transactions comply with relevant laws and regulations. Draft and negotiate legal contracts and other documents related to a variety of commercial and operational matters (e.g., customer contracts, national agreement, leases, supply agreements, consulting agreements, marketing agreements, licensing agreements, etc.) to protect the organization s legal and business interests. Analyze and interpret case law and proposed and existing laws and regulations to provide advice to the Company on how they impact the organization s operations. Understanding of the legal ramifications of any given issue and possess the ability to articulate the risk to business partners. Oversee and manage the work of outside counsel on legal proceedings before courts, government agencies, or other authorities so the organization s interests are protected. Closely collaborate with internal business sales and operations teams to meet their business objectives and legal needs. Provide appropriate advice and training to sales and business partners regarding relevant contractual provisions and risks.

Qualifications: Law Degree from ABA accredited law school required; and 3+ years of related experience after Bar admission. Excellent analytical abilities and good judgment in selecting methods and techniques for obtaining solutions. Ability to manage people and projects effectively, with unquestioned integrity, and demonstrate solid situational leadership skills. Strong business acumen, the ability to be a business partner and a good working knowledge of the service industry. A strong sense of ownership, dedication to work responsibilities, self-motivation and the ability to manage and regularly prioritize workload. Ability to relate comfortably at all levels within an organization and interact directly with the business unit senior leadership. Exceptional professionalism and advocacy skills, with the ability to promote and defend the interests of the business. Ability to think strategically and proactively, proposing creative, pragmatic assessments and solutions to complex issues. Able to command the trust and respect of the General Counsel, his/her fellow attorneys, and business clients at all levels.
 
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