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Commercial Contracts Attorney

Atlanta GA Commercial Contracts Attorney The candidate will be responsible to serve as a primary organizational contact during contract negotiations. Escalates non-standard or complex matters to appropriate internal resources. Engages relevant stakeholders in negotiation decisions involving legal or regulatory requirements, financial or customer relations goals, technical or security issues, and contract standards. Reviews, drafts (from scratch or from a form), revises, negotiates, and manages software subscription and licensing contracts, SOWs, amendments, business associate agreements, data transfer agreements, vendor agreements, NDAs, and other commercial agreements. Provides cradle to grave legal advice concerning contracts, including advising on complex proposals, negotiating terms, managing contract changes, identifying conflicts and/or desired changes requiring resolution at contract renewal, and advising on any contractual issues that may arise during offboarding. Supports the performance of existing contracts by advising IMs internal clients on contract interpretation and obligations. Evaluates the legal consequences of contract terms, including the likely outcome should a dispute arise. Owns design and use of contract management repository for purposes of managing workflow, tracking contracts, providing metrics, and retaining accurate contract records. Tracks deadlines and deliverables and communicates on an ongoing basis with business partners and internal clients about contractual issues. Ensures necessary internal approvals from management have been obtained and documented. Ensures accuracy and appropriateness of agreements text and attachments. Works cross-functionally with Legal, Accounting/Finance, Sales, Account Management, Product, Compliance, and Information Security team members in developing and leading process and risk mitigation improvements within the contracts lifecycle. Contributes thoughtfully to streamlining and automating contracting processes and the development and updating of standard contract templates, forms, and playbooks. Trains and advises sales team members on the preparation, negotiation, and execution of customer agreements. Reviews other legal agreements on an ad-hoc basis in addition to commercial contracts. Works on additional projects and initiatives as directed by the General Counsel/VP of Compliance.

The candidate must have J.D. with strong academic credentials, and member in good standing of the GA Bar. A minimum of 4 to 8 years of post-graduation legal experience, with meaningful time dedicated to reviewing, drafting, and negotiating legal and commercial contracts, ideally at both a law firm and in-house at a software company is necessary. Familiarity with SAAS subscription model is required. Healthcare and/or healthcare IT experience is strongly preferred. Experience with contract management software (Salesforce) and DocuSign is a plus. Experience developing templates and implementing processes within the contracts lifecycle is desired.
Legal 4 - 8 Full-time 2020-01-07

Contracts Attorney, Public Sector

Raleigh NC Contracts Attorney, Public Sector The candidate will be providing legal support for commercial transactions with the application of project management, process innovation, technology and tools to the delivery of legal work in a way that drives both improved risk-mitigation and improved efficiency. Will collaborate with internal and outside counsel, technology experts, marketing and sales teams, product developers as well as withs customers and suppliers as needed. Contract creation, with a focus on public sector contracts, negotiation, and review, providing advice and counsel on legal, compliance and business transactions, including risk analysis and reward, and presenting options and opportunities. Negotiating a high volume of complex technology, sales and partnering agreements, vendor and supplier agreements, and a variety of other commercial contracts including confidentiality agreements, license agreements, data processing agreements, professional services agreements, assignments and amendments. Develop and implement legal efficiencies to support business teams and improve contract processes and operations. Improve and create contract templates and playbooks. Work closely with clients and the legal team on strategic initiatives in support of all business units. Provide proactive advice regarding business and legal issues and risks.

The candidate must have JD or LLM and admission to practice. 5+ years of drafting and negotiation experience in a fast-paced environment, preferably focused on technology transactions. Experience with Public Bids, RFPs, RFQs, federal, state, and local government entities. Transactional experience, including government procurement (State and Local government procurement and education (SLED) experience strongly desired). Experience in using a CLM system for routine contract work (experience in CLM implementation and configuration a plus). Experience in creating / maintaining contract templates, playbooks, clause libraries. Demonstrated effective interpersonal interaction in a highly customer-satisfaction focused environment. Developed critical thinking and proactive problem solving skills, with a willingness to get into the details of complex problems and drive creative solutions. Detail-oriented, with outstanding organizational skills and ability to manage multiple transactions and projects
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2020-01-02

European Legal Counsel - Clinical Site Contracts

Cary NC European Legal Counsel - Clinical Site Contracts DUTIES: Build and maintain excellent relationships with colleagues and clients. Provide expertise to clinical research organizations and pharmaceutical clients to develop localized contract templates and optimal jurisdiction-specific contracting processes. Partner with CRO and Sponsor stakeholders to identify site-, country- and study-specific legal intelligence and risks to clinical trial start-up, and develop risk mitigation strategies. Review and negotiate special agreements, potentially including ICFs, master agreements, and site financial agreements in advance of full contract negotiations, when included in the scope of activities by the client. Serve as the primary legal point of contact for all assigned client contracts. Ability to oversee projects, review, evaluate, and define set plans to achieve business goals. As needed, perform contract management duties for study level oversight. As needed, support business development activities. Critical thinking: Problem solve at a strategic level, working with others to reach a resolution. Accurately plan to achieve timely results. Oversee other employees negotiation of investigator contracts and budgets. This task may include: Perform QC review of contracts prepared by the contract analysts. Responsible for resolving complex escalations from contract analysts. Ensure internal policies, procedures, and client expectations are followed by staff. Create and revise templates error-free documents for sponsor specific documents including contracts, budgets, amendments, and ancillary agreements, for final execution. Negotiate contract terms, pricing and payment schedule, ensuring that the agreements with investigative sites are aligned with clients interests. Deliver excellent customer service in managing and resolving issues between clients, sites and team.

REQUIREMENTS: JD Degree from an ABA-accredited law school or international equivalent. Science background preferred. 4+ years of clinical contracting experience in the pharmaceutical industry is required. Prior supervisory experience demonstrating leadership expertise preferred. Must have knowledge of regulations as they relate to research. Must have advanced knowledge of Adobe Acrobat and Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook. Attention to detail required in a highly regulated industry. Ability to work independently, and be a pro-active team player is required. Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills in English. Ability to proof-read and detect errors in typing, spelling, grammar, syntax and punctuation required.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-27

Assistant General Counsel (contracts)

Greenwood Village CO Assistant General Counsel (Contracts) The candidate will Review, draft, and negotiate a heavy volume and wide variety of commercial contracts,. Develop and maintain standard contract templates and forms. Interact with partners, vendors and associated counsel regarding commercial agreement negotiation. Analyze potential legal and business risks involved with specific contract terms. Clearly communicate the legal and practical implications of contract terms to internal stakeholders. Interface with internal business, procurement, finance, operations and other teams to assist the Legal team s efforts in the preparation, implementation and optimization of forms, processes and procedures. Collaborate with and provide assistance to legal department teammates on various legal and regulatory issues. Identify areas for process improvement, including streamlining contract management processes and templates, and conducting training sessions for internal team members on procedures and other contract or legal topics as necessary. Conduct research on a wide variety of issues. Other duties as assigned. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. In accordance with applicable laws, Air Methods will provide reasonable accommodations that do not create an undue burden so disabled employees may perform the essential functions of the position. Should have Juris Doctor (JD) and four to eight years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience,. Experience in a law firm or in-house position. Healthcare regulatory experience preferred. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-23

Procurement Contracts Attorney

La Jolla CA Procurement Contracts Attorney The candidate should be an experienced, resourceful attorney who will primarily focus on drafting, reviewing, negotiating, administering and interpreting a wide variety of technology and direct/indirect procurement agreements, including supplies, consulting, real estate, lease, manufacturing, service, equipment purchase, and research agreements, as well as in-bound technology/software licenses, but who is also willing to work on a variety of projects and learn new areas of law. Attorney will have the opportunity to work on other special projects as needs arise. Reports directly to the General Counsel and the Senior Director of the Procurement Services Department and will be embedded in the Procurement Department. Provides in-house legal counsel to Procurement department staff and other internal clients in accordance with General Counsels direction and established Institute policies and procedures. Assists the Senior Director in providing hands-on training and professional guidance to Procurement staff on best practices and applicable procurement standards and requirements, including under the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and regulations such as the Procurement Standards defined in 2 CFR 200 Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards 200.317 - 200.326, Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) and Defense Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) as applicable to each funding source. Assists Senior Director in the development, documentation and implementation of a strategic contracting program for the Institute to include the establishment, review and ongoing maintenance of written policy, procedure manuals, forms, clause libraries, templates, training documents and process maps. Informs and promotes department services to all suppliers, researchers, faculty and staff. Interacts with and serves cross-functional business leaders throughout the Institute, advising on legal risks, business strategies and other issues related to the contracts. The successful candidate will possess exceptional business judgment, creativity, and an understanding of an academic, biological sciences environment. The day-to-day work requires collaboration with many levels of employees, as well as strong time management to prioritize and efficiently manage work-loads in a fast-paced, service-oriented environment. Contracts will involve Institute templates, third party templates and original drafting for new or unique transactions. Juris Doctor degree from ABA accredited law school. Licensed to practice law in California with membership active and in good standing. Project Management Professional certification is preferred. Should have 5-7 years of comprehensive legal experience in contract negotiation, and drafting various contract structures for commercial and business transactions and/or procurement contracts including master agreements, short and long-term agreements and multi-party transactions. Strong track record of direct client interaction and advice, providing both long-term strategic and day-to- Experience and judgment to identify and address potential risks and liabilities related to complex multi-faceted projects, contractual terms and business decisions and get deals done. Demonstrated experience negotiating, redlining, editing, proofreading and writing contracts that comply with OMBs UG, FAR and DFARS and other agency requirements in a non-profit research or academic setting funded by federal contracts and grants. Previous experience researching, writing, and communicating effectively with a non-legal audience in a manner that conveys standard contracting and commodity terminology, procurement policies and procedures, action plans, ideas and information. Previous participation in projects to reduce costs and improve contracting processes as reflected by practical; Work experience in higher education, biotechnology or non-profit research environment. Law firm experience as a transactional attorney. Experience working with Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), eProcurement, inventory management, customer service and/or financial systems, such as any of the following specific systems/programs: SCT Banner, Jaggaer/SciQuest, and Business Objects (Crystal Reports). Experience in writing and negotiating contracts for common commodities used in a research environment. Examples include life science consumables, capital equipment, chemicals, technology products and services, furniture, animal research supplies, maintenance and operating supplies, janitorial products and services, safety supplies, consulting engagements, professional and technical services, etc. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-19
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Managing Counsel - Secured Lending/Auto Originations and Fulfillment
In-House,Wells Fargo
Location : Dallas, TX, United States

Managing Counsel - Secured Lending/Auto Originations and Fulfillment Responsibilities: Manage and lead a team of attorneys and staff personnel within the Secured Lending Section of the Legal Department?s Consumer Banking, Payments and Wealth & Inves... + read more

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Commercial Contracts Attorney
Refer job# LWII147880
 
Commercial Contracts Attorney The candidate will be responsible to serve as a primary organizational contact during contract negotiations. Escalates non-standard or complex matters to appropriate internal resources. Engages relevant stakeholders in negotiation decisions involving legal or regulatory requirements, financial or customer relations goals, technical or security issues, and contract standards. Reviews, drafts (from scratch or from a form), revises, negotiates, and manages software subscription and licensing contracts, SOWs, amendments, business associate agreements, data transfer agreements, vendor agreements, NDAs, and other commercial agreements. Provides cradle to grave legal advice concerning contracts, including advising on complex proposals, negotiating terms, managing contract changes, identifying conflicts and/or desired changes requiring resolution at contract renewal, and advising on any contractual issues that may arise during offboarding. Supports the performance of existing contracts by advising IMs internal clients on contract interpretation and obligations. Evaluates the legal consequences of contract terms, including the likely outcome should a dispute arise. Owns design and use of contract management repository for purposes of managing workflow, tracking contracts, providing metrics, and retaining accurate contract records. Tracks deadlines and deliverables and communicates on an ongoing basis with business partners and internal clients about contractual issues. Ensures necessary internal approvals from management have been obtained and documented. Ensures accuracy and appropriateness of agreements text and attachments. Works cross-functionally with Legal, Accounting/Finance, Sales, Account Management, Product, Compliance, and Information Security team members in developing and leading process and risk mitigation improvements within the contracts lifecycle. Contributes thoughtfully to streamlining and automating contracting processes and the development and updating of standard contract templates, forms, and playbooks. Trains and advises sales team members on the preparation, negotiation, and execution of customer agreements. Reviews other legal agreements on an ad-hoc basis in addition to commercial contracts. Works on additional projects and initiatives as directed by the General Counsel/VP of Compliance.

The candidate must have J.D. with strong academic credentials, and member in good standing of the GA Bar. A minimum of 4 to 8 years of post-graduation legal experience, with meaningful time dedicated to reviewing, drafting, and negotiating legal and commercial contracts, ideally at both a law firm and in-house at a software company is necessary. Familiarity with SAAS subscription model is required. Healthcare and/or healthcare IT experience is strongly preferred. Experience with contract management software (Salesforce) and DocuSign is a plus. Experience developing templates and implementing processes within the contracts lifecycle is desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Contracts Attorney, Public Sector
Refer job# ZCSE147825
 
Contracts Attorney, Public Sector The candidate will be providing legal support for commercial transactions with the application of project management, process innovation, technology and tools to the delivery of legal work in a way that drives both improved risk-mitigation and improved efficiency. Will collaborate with internal and outside counsel, technology experts, marketing and sales teams, product developers as well as withs customers and suppliers as needed. Contract creation, with a focus on public sector contracts, negotiation, and review, providing advice and counsel on legal, compliance and business transactions, including risk analysis and reward, and presenting options and opportunities. Negotiating a high volume of complex technology, sales and partnering agreements, vendor and supplier agreements, and a variety of other commercial contracts including confidentiality agreements, license agreements, data processing agreements, professional services agreements, assignments and amendments. Develop and implement legal efficiencies to support business teams and improve contract processes and operations. Improve and create contract templates and playbooks. Work closely with clients and the legal team on strategic initiatives in support of all business units. Provide proactive advice regarding business and legal issues and risks.

The candidate must have JD or LLM and admission to practice. 5+ years of drafting and negotiation experience in a fast-paced environment, preferably focused on technology transactions. Experience with Public Bids, RFPs, RFQs, federal, state, and local government entities. Transactional experience, including government procurement (State and Local government procurement and education (SLED) experience strongly desired). Experience in using a CLM system for routine contract work (experience in CLM implementation and configuration a plus). Experience in creating / maintaining contract templates, playbooks, clause libraries. Demonstrated effective interpersonal interaction in a highly customer-satisfaction focused environment. Developed critical thinking and proactive problem solving skills, with a willingness to get into the details of complex problems and drive creative solutions. Detail-oriented, with outstanding organizational skills and ability to manage multiple transactions and projects
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
European Legal Counsel - Clinical Site Contracts
Refer job# QCVE147764
 
European Legal Counsel - Clinical Site Contracts DUTIES: Build and maintain excellent relationships with colleagues and clients. Provide expertise to clinical research organizations and pharmaceutical clients to develop localized contract templates and optimal jurisdiction-specific contracting processes. Partner with CRO and Sponsor stakeholders to identify site-, country- and study-specific legal intelligence and risks to clinical trial start-up, and develop risk mitigation strategies. Review and negotiate special agreements, potentially including ICFs, master agreements, and site financial agreements in advance of full contract negotiations, when included in the scope of activities by the client. Serve as the primary legal point of contact for all assigned client contracts. Ability to oversee projects, review, evaluate, and define set plans to achieve business goals. As needed, perform contract management duties for study level oversight. As needed, support business development activities. Critical thinking: Problem solve at a strategic level, working with others to reach a resolution. Accurately plan to achieve timely results. Oversee other employees negotiation of investigator contracts and budgets. This task may include: Perform QC review of contracts prepared by the contract analysts. Responsible for resolving complex escalations from contract analysts. Ensure internal policies, procedures, and client expectations are followed by staff. Create and revise templates error-free documents for sponsor specific documents including contracts, budgets, amendments, and ancillary agreements, for final execution. Negotiate contract terms, pricing and payment schedule, ensuring that the agreements with investigative sites are aligned with clients interests. Deliver excellent customer service in managing and resolving issues between clients, sites and team.

REQUIREMENTS: JD Degree from an ABA-accredited law school or international equivalent. Science background preferred. 4+ years of clinical contracting experience in the pharmaceutical industry is required. Prior supervisory experience demonstrating leadership expertise preferred. Must have knowledge of regulations as they relate to research. Must have advanced knowledge of Adobe Acrobat and Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook. Attention to detail required in a highly regulated industry. Ability to work independently, and be a pro-active team player is required. Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills in English. Ability to proof-read and detect errors in typing, spelling, grammar, syntax and punctuation required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Assistant General Counsel (contracts)
Refer job# HUFX147721
 
Assistant General Counsel (Contracts) The candidate will Review, draft, and negotiate a heavy volume and wide variety of commercial contracts,. Develop and maintain standard contract templates and forms. Interact with partners, vendors and associated counsel regarding commercial agreement negotiation. Analyze potential legal and business risks involved with specific contract terms. Clearly communicate the legal and practical implications of contract terms to internal stakeholders. Interface with internal business, procurement, finance, operations and other teams to assist the Legal team s efforts in the preparation, implementation and optimization of forms, processes and procedures. Collaborate with and provide assistance to legal department teammates on various legal and regulatory issues. Identify areas for process improvement, including streamlining contract management processes and templates, and conducting training sessions for internal team members on procedures and other contract or legal topics as necessary. Conduct research on a wide variety of issues. Other duties as assigned. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. In accordance with applicable laws, Air Methods will provide reasonable accommodations that do not create an undue burden so disabled employees may perform the essential functions of the position. Should have Juris Doctor (JD) and four to eight years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience,. Experience in a law firm or in-house position. Healthcare regulatory experience preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Procurement Contracts Attorney
Refer job# AQWR147668
 
Procurement Contracts Attorney The candidate should be an experienced, resourceful attorney who will primarily focus on drafting, reviewing, negotiating, administering and interpreting a wide variety of technology and direct/indirect procurement agreements, including supplies, consulting, real estate, lease, manufacturing, service, equipment purchase, and research agreements, as well as in-bound technology/software licenses, but who is also willing to work on a variety of projects and learn new areas of law. Attorney will have the opportunity to work on other special projects as needs arise. Reports directly to the General Counsel and the Senior Director of the Procurement Services Department and will be embedded in the Procurement Department. Provides in-house legal counsel to Procurement department staff and other internal clients in accordance with General Counsels direction and established Institute policies and procedures. Assists the Senior Director in providing hands-on training and professional guidance to Procurement staff on best practices and applicable procurement standards and requirements, including under the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and regulations such as the Procurement Standards defined in 2 CFR 200 Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards 200.317 - 200.326, Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) and Defense Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) as applicable to each funding source. Assists Senior Director in the development, documentation and implementation of a strategic contracting program for the Institute to include the establishment, review and ongoing maintenance of written policy, procedure manuals, forms, clause libraries, templates, training documents and process maps. Informs and promotes department services to all suppliers, researchers, faculty and staff. Interacts with and serves cross-functional business leaders throughout the Institute, advising on legal risks, business strategies and other issues related to the contracts. The successful candidate will possess exceptional business judgment, creativity, and an understanding of an academic, biological sciences environment. The day-to-day work requires collaboration with many levels of employees, as well as strong time management to prioritize and efficiently manage work-loads in a fast-paced, service-oriented environment. Contracts will involve Institute templates, third party templates and original drafting for new or unique transactions. Juris Doctor degree from ABA accredited law school. Licensed to practice law in California with membership active and in good standing. Project Management Professional certification is preferred. Should have 5-7 years of comprehensive legal experience in contract negotiation, and drafting various contract structures for commercial and business transactions and/or procurement contracts including master agreements, short and long-term agreements and multi-party transactions. Strong track record of direct client interaction and advice, providing both long-term strategic and day-to- Experience and judgment to identify and address potential risks and liabilities related to complex multi-faceted projects, contractual terms and business decisions and get deals done. Demonstrated experience negotiating, redlining, editing, proofreading and writing contracts that comply with OMBs UG, FAR and DFARS and other agency requirements in a non-profit research or academic setting funded by federal contracts and grants. Previous experience researching, writing, and communicating effectively with a non-legal audience in a manner that conveys standard contracting and commodity terminology, procurement policies and procedures, action plans, ideas and information. Previous participation in projects to reduce costs and improve contracting processes as reflected by practical; Work experience in higher education, biotechnology or non-profit research environment. Law firm experience as a transactional attorney. Experience working with Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), eProcurement, inventory management, customer service and/or financial systems, such as any of the following specific systems/programs: SCT Banner, Jaggaer/SciQuest, and Business Objects (Crystal Reports). Experience in writing and negotiating contracts for common commodities used in a research environment. Examples include life science consumables, capital equipment, chemicals, technology products and services, furniture, animal research supplies, maintenance and operating supplies, janitorial products and services, safety supplies, consulting engagements, professional and technical services, etc.
 
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