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    Assistant General Counsel Consumer Insurance | Generali Global Assistance*
    Assistant General Counsel – Consumer Affairs is responsible for carrying out a wide range of legal work for the organization. This position will manage an independent workload and will also work with the General Counsel and Deputy General Counsel to provide legal services in support of the travel businesses. Will work closely with internal marketing and copywriting teams to achieve desired business outcomes including, but not limited to, ensuring all company and partner-related marketing materials are legally compliant with applicable laws, regulations, and marketing principles. Representative matters include: managing the legal reviews for all advertising/marketing content and all public-facing content including websites, social media, customer and employee contests, and press releases; reviewing and drafting marketing and trade show contracts; and generally advising on legal issues relating to the travel insurance and assistance businesses. At A Full-Service Travel Insurance and Assistance Provider, we promote and foster a culture of ethics and integrity, that includes accountability for a healthy control environment while supporting regulatory compliance and assuring that our employees complete required training.

    Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Review the organization's publications, including partner websites, social media content, internal and external contests, press releases, etc. and advise the Commercial and Marketing Departments on potential legal issues relating to such publications.
    • Conduct legal research and analysis of routine legal matters, including issues specific to marketing/advertising as it applies to the travel insurance and assistance services businesses.
    • Manage the Non Disclosure Agreement process on behalf of the Legal team.
    • Draft and prepare legal documents, including legal memoranda, agency/partner and service contracts to support the work of various departments.
    • Research, write, edit and/or enforce corporate policies and procedures in conjunction with the Legal Department and Executive Leadership.

    Corporate Contracts Paralegal / Contracts Specialist | Topgolf Callaway Brands Corp.*
    Under general supervision, identify and mitigate business and legal risks by reviewing/modifying a wide variety of contract documents; partner with internal business customers to negotiate contract terms; draft contracts; communicate, implement, and ensure compliance with various Company policies and the law in the countries in which the Company and its subsidiaries do business.


    • Draft, review, and negotiate various contracts for a publicly held corporation and its domestic and foreign subsidiaries, including IT agreements (SAAS), vendor and consulting agreements, property purchase and sale agreements, leases, construction contracts, international distributor agreements, employment, separation, recruiting and temporary worker agreements, marketing and advertising agreements, confidentiality agreements and the like.
    • Consult with outside counsel.

    Corporate Counsel | Kisco Senior Living*
    We are seeking an experienced and efficient Corporate Counsel at Kisco Senior Living to assist in every aspect of legal operations within our fast-growing senior living community corporation. The successful candidate will be primarily responsible for supporting the General Counsel in handling a variety of complex legal matters and special projects. This position requires excellent legal skills, strategic problem solving, and proficient understanding in the areas of healthcare law, acquisitions, real estate, and compliance matters.


    • Assist the General Counsel in managing all legal affairs of the company, including labor and employment matters, corporate governance, regulatory compliance, real estate transactions, and litigation management.
    • Coordinating and managing outside counsel and legal vendors as needed.
    • Stay abreast of applicable laws, regulations, and industry guidance that impact the company's senior living communities.
    • Draft, review and negotiate a wide variety of commercial contracts and agreements as well as maintain company’s contract management database.
    • Conduct legal research and draft memoranda to support the company’s business objectives and ensure compliance with applicable laws.

    Senior Director, Counsel - EPC | Pattern Energy Group*
    Provide legal support to EPC group through project development, procurement, construction, financing and transition to operations, including by drafting, negotiating and administering all applicable major contracts, including Engineering, Procurement & Construction (EPC) / Balance of Plant (BOP) contracts, and Equipment (wind, solar, transformer etc) supply agreements and related Service Agreements. In addition, interface with finance team to assure finaceability of document terms and coordinate with Operations, Insurance and Transaction Support teams to assure inclusion of their considerations. Monitor force majeuere, default and insurance notice communication and coordinate and manage legal issues that arise during and after construction in respect of all EPC related agreements. Provide other transactional legal services through responding to requests wtihin the legal queue, such as task orders and master service agreements. Advise internal parties regarding certain regulatory compliance matters and permitting matters impacting equipment supply and construction. Remain current on relevant legislative, tax, and regulatory issues as it relates to the renewable energy EPC business. Advising the EPC team on claims management and mitigation strategies.


    • Support Engineering, Procurement and Construction Group
    • General Legal Transactional

    Associate General Counsel | Resilience
    Resilience is seeking a transactional attorney with the skills and experience necessary to lead a team of in-house attorneys in support Resilience's Commercial Sales and Business Development Teams and to manage and advance various legal-operations initiatives in support of such Teams. Key to this role are strong fundamentals in the areas of contract drafting, negotiation, deal management and risk management; development and implementation of contract templates and playbooks; an ability to analyze and synthesize complex matters into concise verbal and written communications; the provision of strategic and timely advice to key decision-makers; and management and development of a team of attorneys.

    The ideal candidate will have significant experience in drafting and negotiating pharma or biopharma manufacturing services and supply agreements on behalf of contract manufacturers and a working understanding of one or more of the following modalities: gene therapies, cell therapies, nucleic acids, vaccines and biologics. Persons seeking to fill this role must be adept at providing timely, pragmatic and effective legal support while managing potential legal exposure and risk.


    • Provide legal services to meet the objectives of Resilience's Commercial Sales and Business Development Teams, such as building and sustaining Resilience's relationship with customers and strategic collaborators, while actively managing legal issues to minimize risk to Resilience.
    • Work closely with the heads of Resilience's various franchises to structure and negotiate agreements for the manufacture and supply of material for research, clinical trials and commercial sale.
    • Report to the Deputy General Counsel on the status of customer contract negotiations and other customer-related matters.
    • Manage, train and develop members of the Legal Team tasked with supporting Resilience's Commercial Sales and Business Development Teams.

    Vice President, Chief Risk & Compliance Officer | Qualcomm
    A Multinational Semiconductor and Telecommunications Equipment Company is seeking an experienced chief risk & compliance officer (CRCO) with a strong legal background to oversee the continuous improvement, development, implementation, and enforcement of A Multinational Semiconductor and Telecommunications Equipment Company's compliance program, including policies, procedures, and controls to prevent, detect, and resolve compliance issues. The CRCO will provide legal guidance to ensure our business processes and procedures adhere to applicable laws, rules, and regulations. This position will drive a culture of ethics and compliance. This role will also oversee providing guidance, legal advice, and training to employees and senior management on ethics and compliance matters, monitoring and reporting on compliance performance, and liaising with external regulators and auditors.


    • Developing and updating the company's compliance strategy, policies, and procedures consistent with the U.S. Department of Justice's guidance on corporate compliance programs. This will include the company's code of conduct, anti-corruption, conflict of interest, and non-retaliation policies.
    • Establishing and setting the tone of ethics and compliance throughout the company through an effective programmatic compliance program to drive legal and regulatory compliance and set expectations consistent with A Multinational Semiconductor and Telecommunications Equipment Company's values of ethics and compliance.
    • Providing sound legal advice and guidance to senior management, the Audit Committee, and various business units on a wide range of legal matters affecting the company's legal and regulatory compliance.

    Vice President, Assistant General Counsel | LPL Financial
    The Vice President, Assistant General Counsel in the firm's Early Dispute Resolution (EDR) group is responsible for a broad range of in-house legal services, with primary focus on responding to investor complaints, including both sales practice and operational complaints, collaborating on regulatory inquiries and resolving customer complaints before they escalate, and defending the firm and its advisors prior to litigation. Responsibilities also include rendering legal advice and counsel to the company and business units while working to achieve equitable resolution of claims. The role will require frequent interaction with the firm's compliance, operations, supervision teams as well as additional business units. The successful candidate will have a business-oriented approach and mindset in developing and delivering legal solutions.

    Essential Functions:

    • Possess superior judgment and aptitude for evaluating and addressing investor complaints in a timely and substantive manner, as well as ensuring compliance with all FINRA regulatory reporting requirements that relate to investor complaints.
    • Provide effective Regulatory Reporting of customer complaints.
    • Knowledge of brokerage account regulations and compliance.
    • Evaluate legal, financial, regulatory and reputational risk and escalate to senior management as needed.
    • Coordinate with compliance, legal and risk partners and other business units as appropriate.
    • Ability to adapt quickly to changing environments and independently manage significant investor complaint case load assignments.

    Assistant General Counsel | Collins Aerospace
    Collins is looking for an Assistant General Counsel who is a self-motivated, passionate attorney to provide general legal counsel to the Aerostructures business unit, a portfolio company within the Advanced Structures Strategic Business Unit. In this role you will negotiate and influence internal and external parties and represent the organization in complex legal matters. You will communicate with top executives regarding matters of critical and strategic importance such as transactions in the ordinary course of business, strategic transactions, dispute resolution (including mediation, arbitration, and litigation), and practice in commercial, government, employment, M&A, antitrust, environmental, real estate, corporate, intellectual property, contracts, and licensing law. You will also develop strategies to ensure best practices are used when focusing on the achievement of business results through legal action and activities.


    • Represent company on internal and external legal issues.

    • Act as a strategic business partner to review, draft, negotiate, and advise on a wide variety of agreements to meet business and legal requirements, including purchase and sale agreements, licensing agreements, non-disclosure agreements, channel partner contracts, professional services agreements and, partner with relevant business stakeholders as necessary.

    • Act as strategic business partner to effectively manage and resolve disputes.

    • Support, coach, and train contracts, sales, supply chain, quality, engineering, and other functional teams on deal structure, contract negotiations, commercial best practices and maintains playbook of business terms.

    • Continuously improve standard form agreements and legal processes to help scale the legal function.

    • Aid in the development and implementation of processes, procedures, and metrics (including efficient contracting processes) to increase the overall effectiveness of the legal services provided to the company.

    Litigation Counsel | NaphCare
    Litigation Counsel will be a trusted partner and key business advisor for litigation-related aspects of An Advancing Correctional Healthcare Company national legal strategy and functional initiatives for the Company. The successful candidate will possess significant litigation experience, including litigation management and strategy, preferably in the areas of medical malpractice, civil rights, and/or government and municipal law.


    • Working with Legal Team members, business leaders and corporate staff to articulate the risks and benefits of legal strategy.
    • Assisting with developing strategies for, managing, and resolving a wide variety of investigations, litigation and pre-litigation disputes, including professional medical liability, employment, contractual, insurance-coverage and other matters
    • Providing strategic litigation advice to the business on a daily basis
    • Helping lines of business develop and implement processes, policies, procedures, and systems to promote risk avoidance and prevent litigation.

    Associate General Counsel | EPC Power Corp.
    The Associate General Counsel will be joining an expanding legal department and reporting to the Company’s General Counsel. The Associate General Counsel will be responsible for providing legal representation to the company across a broad range of strategic areas, focusing primarily on the negotiation and preparation of commercial contracts. The Associate General Counsel will provide daily cross functional support to, and work collaboratively with, team members throughout the Company, including, executive, finance, sales, procurement, customer success, engineering, manufacturing, and human resources. The Associate General Counsel will handle commercial transactions across EPC Power’s organization and provide practical advice on various legal risks, business strategies and other issues.


    • Draft, review and negotiate a wide variety of commercial agreements, including without limitation, Equipment Supply Agreements, Master Purchase Agreements, Service Level Agreements, Manufacturing Agreements, Commercial Leases, Vendor Agreements, Consulting Agreements, and NDAs
    • Evaluate, structure, negotiate, and document complex deals relating to Supply and Distribution.
    • Develop policies and templates to improve efficiency and consistency in the Sales and Procurement processes.

    Director, Privacy | Tandem Diabetes Care Inc.
    The Director, Privacy – North America (Sr. CC, Privacy) will report to our Vice President, Privacy and will be an integral part of a cross-functional team that works to ensure our business’ compliance with applicable North American data privacy laws and regulations. The position supports an increasing demand for both legal and operational advice and guidance regarding North American privacy and security matters. The Director, Privacy – North America will deliver pragmatic solutions for privacy compliance in day-to-day operations, as well as product development and design, and will continuously advance Tandem’s overall privacy and data protection program. This role will work closely with other departments within the company to advise on a wide range of privacy and security issues implicated in the development, commercialization, and ongoing support of diverse customer types using our diabetes technology products that range from hardware with embedded software, to a suite of connected digital health products.


    • Directs, develops, guides, and continuously improves the effectiveness of Tandem’s global privacy compliance program to meet regulatory, legal and company privacy obligations.
    • Develops and maintains internal and external privacy policies, procedures, and guidance documentation.
    • Conducts privacy and data protection impact assessments of programs, systems, products, and services.
    • Maintains data inventories and records to track Tandem’s processing (e.g., collection, use and disclosure) of personal information.
    • Oversees processes for reviewing and responding to individuals’ data-related requests.
    • Partners with Cyber Security and Information Technology to establish metrics measuring effectiveness of privacy and cybersecurity compliance initiatives and controls, tracks and reports on compliance to Vice President, Privacy and senior leadership.

    Associate General Counsel | Axos Bank
    Work with members of various business units hands-on capacity for an ever growing range of products and services.


    • Provide legal counsel to the Bank and it's business units
    • Supervise the work of outside counsel
    • Draft, review, and edit contracts, including third party service agreements
    • Minimize Bank risk
    • Enforce the Bank's legal policies and ensure compliant with all applicable laws and regulations
    • Support all Bank business units by providing efficient and effective legal counsel

    Legal Counsel | Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute
    Legal Counsel is responsible for providing a wide range of legal advice to Institute clients involving human resources, administrative, regulatory, and compliance issues, as well as managing legal resources in a manner that supports the overall priorities of the Institute. The role provides a proactive, highly strategic, and collaborative approach to legal issues and develops solutions that balance ethical and prudent legal advice with effective risk assessment and that are responsive to external and internal needs in a complex organization.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Provides consultation and legal advice on compliance and corporate governance matters
    • Drafts, reviews, and negotiates various contracts and agreements
    • Advises other departments on various legal issues and implements workflows for contract review and internal approvals
    • Works proactively and collaboratively to ensure the Institute’s adherence to regulations that govern the use of federal funds
    • Analyzes proposed and enacted regulations and legislation that impact the Institute’s administrative and regulatory operations, and recommends adjustments to existing Institute policy accordingly

    Senior Corporate Legal Counsel | Dremio
    As Senior Corporate Legal Counsel you will be the first in seat for our internal legal team supporting Dremio’s business activities and working on diverse matters including the development of our business across multiple jurisdictions, commercial legal matters, and partner/business development legal matters. You’ll also provide general assistance with various legal matters on general corporate topics, IP and data privacy via leveraging external counsel. This is a critical and trusted leadership role as the strategic right-hand person to the exec staff on legal matters. You will also be expected to assist with procurement contract negotiations and be responsible for providing risk-adjusted advice on a broad range of projects and law matters as assigned. 

    What You’ll Be Doing

    • Lead the drafting, review, and negotiation of complex, non-standard agreements in support of the company’s go-to-market activities. This would include terms of service, end-user license agreements and other standard contracts.
    • Build standardized agreements across all parts of our commercial business, including support, license, professional services, cloud subscriptions, and licensing.
    • Support the commercial team’s efforts to prepare sales proposals and respond to RFPs
    • Advise and help train various stakeholders on deal process and contract management
    • Understand product, data security, and privacy process issues to to support negotiations

    AVP Associate Counsel | LPL Financial
    The successful candidate will negotiate contracts with mutual fund, alternative investment, advisory platform, insurance and annuity issuers. The candidate will provide legal analysis with respect to securities regulations and insurance laws in a transactional context. This role will be located in either our Fort Mill, SC, Boston, MA, or San Diego, CA location.


    • Drafting, reviewing and revising mutual fund, insurance, advisory platform and alternative investment selling and sponsorship agreements.
    • Drafting, reviewing and revising trading agreements and other commercial arrangements related to the financial services industry.
    • Providing day-to-day legal support for An Investment & Wealth Management Nationwide Company's product teams, including by providing legal analysis with respect to securities regulations and insurance laws in a transactional context.
    • Advising on platforms and product initiatives in a mergers-and-acquisitions context.
    • Ensuring that all contracting processes are adhered to and the firm's contracting standards are maintained, including those relating to risk allocation and data security.

    Legal Counsel, Senior | Qualcomm
    The Legal Counsel, Senior's responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

    • Drafting, reviewing, and negotiating patent license agreements.
    • Supporting the litigation team in connection with any patent enforcement actions brought by A Multinational Semiconductor and Telecommunications Equipment Company and responding to third-party discovery requests relating to A Multinational Semiconductor and Telecommunications Equipment Company's patent licensing business.
    • Advising other business units on licensing-related legal matters.
    • Supporting the company's efforts relating to patent licensing policy and advocacy, particularly regarding FRAND licensing practices for standard essential patents.
    • Coordinating with other legal team members and outside counsel on cross-functional matters.

    Senior Product Counsel - Platform/AI (hybrid) | Intuit
    You will provide legal advice and counseling on a wide variety of matters, including data privacy and protection, product liability, IP and regulatory compliance. Many of these matters will relate to delivering delightful innovative customer experiences across our Platform, and enabling our innovators to build awesome AI-powered experiences.

    Associate General Counsel - Global Compliance | WD-40
    The purpose of this position is to ensure that the company's legal requirements pertaining to ethics and compliance standards are managed and fully implemented, and that associated enterprise risks are mitigated. The position requires attention to good governance standards and compliance. The Associate General Counsel's role is to support the General Counsel, Ethics and Compliance Committee, Enterprise Risk Management Committee, ESG Committee, Board, and Audit Committee in providing legal advice and assurance to the company in relation to various legal compliance and reputational risk management matters to include anti-bribery and corruption, financial crime, competition/antitrust, conflicts of interest, privacy, ESG initiatives and other compliance risk areas as appropriate. The Associate General Counsel will work within the Legal function, embedding company's culture of Doing the Right Thing across the company. The Associate General Counsel is an effective leader of global programs that involve complex interdependencies of support service firms, vendors and customers to ensure that objectives are met in the most cost-effective manner, attuned to company values. This role is responsible for the correct prioritization of resources in the execution of the functions, so that truly material matters receive the appropriate allocation of time, talent and treasure, while less material matters are dealt with as efficiently as possible.


    • Ethics and Compliance Oversight Lead, continue to build, and manage best in class global compliance, regulatory and ethics programs.
    • Drive the effective execution of the ethics and compliance program, including monitoring and auditing anti-corruption controls and policies, directing diligence of third parties, managing gifts and entertainment requests, participating in internal investigations, and providing training and communications.

    Associate Director, Assistant General Counsel | Maravai LifeSciences
    As an Associate Director, Assistant General Counsel - Commercial Transactions you will will serve as a key attorney for commercial and licensing transactions within the Maravai LifeSciences portfolio, working alongside other attorneys to provide legal services to Maravai's commercial teams. This position reports to the Deputy General Counsel - Commercial & Business Strategy and will work closely with the commercial team, R&D team and other cross-functional business partners. This attorney will play a critical role in shaping our rapidly growing legal and commercial organizations, negotiating important commercial transactions to support commercial growth while ensuring compliance with internal policies and applicable laws and regulations.

    The Associate Director, Assistant General Counsel - Commercial Transactions will be solution-oriented, self-motivated, independent, poised, persuasive, and constructive. S/he will use excellent judgment, business acumen, and technical skill to resolve complex issues and advance corporate objectives.

    Associate General Counsel | H. G. Fenton
    The Associate General Counsel is a trusted partner to business leaders and supports all Company departments with their day-to-day legal matters. Integral to the role is the Associate General Counsel's ability to identify and mitigate risk, resolve conflicts, and lead legal training for the Company. The Associate General Counsel uses business acumen to balance risks to achieve Company business goals and objectives.

    YOU will make an impact by (including but not limited to):

    • Key legal advisor on day-to-day, routine legal matters for the Company such as legal rights, compliance, risk management, and new and existing laws that could impact business.
    • Manages outside counsel, advising business leaders in the selection and guidance of outside counsel to achieve desired outcomes within budget, and in alignment with the General Counsel's outside counsel management strategy.
    • Performs or causes to be performed legal research, insight, evaluation, and guidance using basic business acumen for transactions, new business areas, and business planning.
    • Provide oversight and guidance to Legal Operations Manager for landlord-tenant matters, insurance and claims administration, routine litigation processing, environmental matters, and legal trainings and education.

    General Counsel | Petco
    Establish, direct and execute overall legal strategies and provide sound legal counsel and advice that maximize opportunities and mitigate risk and exposure in all matters affecting the company. Oversee the development of litigation management strategies that impact overall company results. Direct the conduct of all legal proceedings involving the company, including administrative proceedings, negotiations and arbitration. Manage the company’s defense. Act in the role of corporate secretary for key meetings such as Board of Directors, Advisors Council, and Weekly Sponsor meetings including action item capture and follow up. Initiate, evaluate and execute Petco’s total reward strategy to motivate and retain partners by ensuring objective performance management, equitable compensation treatment, access to job related training, assistance with career development/planning, appropriate rewards and recognition and communication of strategy to reporting departments.

    Sr. Corporate Counsel, Privacy | Tandem Diabetes Care
    The Director, Privacy – North America (Sr. CC, Privacy) will report to our Vice President, Privacy and will be an integral part of a cross-functional team that works to ensure our business’ compliance with applicable North American data privacy laws and regulations. The position supports an increasing demand for both legal and operational advice and guidance regarding North American privacy and security matters. The Director, Privacy – North America will deliver pragmatic solutions for privacy compliance in day-to-day operations, as well as product development and design, and will continuously advance Tandem’s overall privacy and data protection program. This role will work closely with other departments within the company to advise on a wide range of privacy and security issues implicated in the development, commercialization, and ongoing support of diverse customer types using our diabetes technology products that range from hardware with embedded software, to a suite of connected digital health products.


    • Directs, develops, guides, and continuously improves the effectiveness of Tandem’s global privacy compliance program to meet regulatory, legal and company privacy obligations.
    • Develops and maintains internal and external privacy policies, procedures, and guidance documentation.
    • Conducts privacy and data protection impact assessments of programs, systems, products, and services.
    • Maintains data inventories and records to track Tandem’s processing (e.g., collection, use and disclosure) of personal information.

    General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer | St. Paul's Senior Services
    The General Counsel will help create a new overall framework for a compliance department and offer guidance on a variety of legal and operational issues with a heavy focus on healthcare and senior living operations including:

    • Conducting legal research and reviewing company's litigation strategy pertaining to any legal actions
    • Advising in business strategic initiatives and corporate matters including affiliation and/or new business opportunities
    • Supporting business teams with contract negotiations, including contracts involving vendor relationships, providers, risk-transfer agreements, etc.
    • Overseeing compliance with corporate governance and contracts (employment, real estate, vendors, etc.)
    • Supporting ongoing operational compliance (clinical, residential and provider operations) including proactive risk identification and management and resolution of issues that arise.
    • Advising on relevant federal and state laws, including regulations related to operations (PACE, RCFE, DPH), telehealth, utilization management, CMS regulations, etc.
    • Reviewing new regulations, legislation, rules, etc. proactively and communicating potential business impact

    Sr. Corporate Counsel- Commercial | Neuocrine Biosciences
    Addresses a broad array of legal matters to support the Company’s Commercial, Corporate Affairs, Regulatory, Medical Affairs, and/or general administrative departments. Works closely with other members of the Legal and Compliance teams and their respective clients to address legal issues across several disciplines. Advises, conducts training and offers legal partnership and support to business clients. Drafts and negotiates complex life sciences arrangements and contracts.


    • Provides clear and business-savvy legal advice and risk guidance to commercial business partners and key stakeholders related to one or more of the following:
      • Commercial activities including review of promotional materials and resources, marketing strategies, salesforce initiatives and training, industry educational events and market access
      • multiple activities related to commercial products and compliance with specific legislation (Anti- Kickback Statute, False Claims Act, and the Food Drug and Cosmetic Act)
      • supporting the company’s Commercial, Regulatory, Patient Advocacy, Corporate Communications, Medical Affairs and general administrative departments through late phase drug development, pre-commercialization, regulatory approval, and commercialization
      • routine counseling on corporate issues, including interactions with executive management
      • variety of activities such as licensing, collaborations, agency and third-party vendor contracting, and other matters, including contract negotiations and post-execution implementation of complex business arrangements

    Orange County Area

    Corporate Counsel | Abbvie*
    An American Publicly Traded Biopharmaceutical Company is looking to hire a talented attorney to serve as Counsel for its portfolio of plastics and regenerative medicine and skin care products, such as NATRELLE breast implants, tissue matrices, SkinMedica, LATISSE, and other brands. The Counsel, Brand Legal position is responsible for handling a variety of healthcare-related legal, regulatory, and compliance issues with a primary focus on the anti-kickback statute, false claims act, and advertising and promotional regulations.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Serve as general commercial counsel for multiple An American Publicly Traded Biopharmaceutical Company brands.
    • Frequently interact with and provide substantive legal advice to sales and marketing teams.
    • Collaborate regularly with the Office of Ethics and Compliance, Medical Affairs, and Regulatory Affairs departments concerning a broad range of legal, regulatory and compliance issues, including FDA regulations, False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute, OIG guidance, industry codes such as AdvaMed and PhRMA, the Sunshine Act, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and competition law in connection with product labeling, promotional, and non-promotional activities.
    • Provide clear advice to various business clients and senior legal management on U.S. laws focusing on fraud and abuse risks, promotion, patient support, go-to-market strategies, and scientific exchange.

    Corporate Counsel | In-N-Out Burger
    We have an excellent opportunity for a full-time Corporate Counsel/Associate General Counsel, Intellectual Property attorney with our Legal Department, based in our Irvine, CA* office. This position will be responsible for handling and managing our intellectual property (IP) litigation matters and portfolio, while also contributing to our contract management and other legal operations initiatives. This position is full-time, in-office only.


    • Lead and manage all aspects of intellectual property litigation, including patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets
    • Collaborate with internal stakeholders and external counsel to develop and execute litigation strategies
    • Conduct legal research, draft cease and desist letters, pleadings, motions, and briefs, and provide strategic advice on IP disputes
    • Assist in managing the Company's intellectual property portfolio, including trademarks, patents, copyrights, and trade secrets
    • Conduct IP audits, due diligence reviews, and assessments of third-party intellectual property
    • Develop and implement strategies for IP protection, enforcement, and monetization
    • Utilize project management skills and experience with legal operations to contribute to the development and optimization of legal processes and procedures
    • Assist in implementing technology solutions and tools to streamline legal workflows and improve efficiency

    Corporate Counsel | Restaurant 365
    The Corporate Counsel will report to the CFO and will be the company's first in-house attorney. As the company's first legal hire, this attorney will help build the legal function and ensure the company is making the correct decisions to advance and protect the company's business and legal interests. This person will be responsible for day-to-day transactional work and counseling on general corporate matters such as commercial contracts, governance, various business initiatives and employment matters.

    How you'll add value:

    • Personally negotiate, draft, review and advise on key company agreements, including without limitation customer, vendor and partner contracts and NDAs
    • Assist in managing outside counsel
    • Assist as necessary on M&A initiatives
    • Support Board meetings and Board related matters
    • Advise on employment issues
    • Be a trusted advisor to the leadership team on legal matters critical to the growth of the business

    Senior Counsel, Global Therapeutics Legal | Abbvie
    The Senior Counsel – Global Therapeutics Legal, Medical Affairs position is responsible for developing legal strategy and direct support to the Medical Affairs and Health Economics Outcomes Research (“HEOR”) organization, as well as several products in the Specialty Franchise. This position will provide counsel concerning a broad range of legal, regulatory and compliance issues, with a primary focus on FDA promotional regulations, the False Claims Act, the Anti-Kickback Statute, and HHS-OIG guidance.

    Key Responsibilities include:

    • Serving as lead counsel for our Medical Affairs and HEOR organization, and to select brands within the Specialty franchise, concerning a range of legal, regulatory and compliance issues concerning FDA regulations, the False Claims Act, the Anti-Kickback Statute, HHS-OIG guidance, consumer protection and competition law, among others.
    • Working cross functionally with Medical Affairs, Regulatory Affairs, the Office of Ethics and Compliance, Marketing, and other departments to find solutions to meet business objectives consistent with the law, applicable policies/procedures, and An American Publicly Traded Biopharmaceutical Company Code of Conduct.
    • Providing clear advice to clients and senior legal management on key priorities for Medical Affairs and HEOR organization, including medical and scientific engagement, addressing educational scientific gaps, evidence generation capabilities, and the support of enterprise growth goals.
    • Developing knowledge of Medical Affairs and HEOR organization and Specialty franchise and proactively guiding commercial, medical and regulatory clients related to same.

    Regional Transactional Counsel | Lennar
    This Regional Transactional Counsel will proactively support the McGuff Region's residential real estate transactional activities. The Region's attorneys handle complex transactions in-house, partnering with Division associates on all facets of a transaction from the letter of intent stage through the closing. A strong commitment to quality legal representation and a collegial team atmosphere make the Region an outstanding place to continue a legal career.

    The Regional Transactional Counsel is responsible for handling all aspects of the transactional legal function for the Region, including drafting contracts and other transactional documents. This position will play a critical role in supporting strategy execution and alignment of activities requiring legal support or advice across various Divisions. The Regional Transactional Counsel is directly involved in complex business transactions, negotiating and drafting critical contracts.


    • Serves as key lawyer/legal advisor on all business transactions, including but not limited to drafting and negotiating purchase and sale agreements, easements, property transfer, financing and all other transactional documents.
    • Review due diligence materials and
    • Review and negotiate agreements; prepare and review contract and closing documents; review community master disclosure agreements.
    • Coordinate all aspects of the transaction and closing process, including monitoring contingencies, reviewing and preparing title objections, conducting title and survey and environmental reviews, clearing title and survey matters, and prepare closing documents.


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