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Senior Counsel | Sharp HealthCare*
The Senior Counsel will serve as staff legal counsel for the Legal Affairs Department, will be responsible for managing ongoing legal projects and performing legal support functions and providing advice to Sharp HealthCare’s executive and service management, system services and entity-based leaders, functional and service line leaders, and other management and staff on a wide variety of matters. The Senior Counsel also will provide education to staff to ensure awareness of, and efforts are made for compliance with, applicable federal, state and local laws, rules and regulations, all with the goals of improving the quality, effectiveness, efficiency and accuracy of the health care operations and services of Sharp HealthCare and its affiliates. The Senior Counsel will be self-driven and take the initiative to proactively and timely handle assigned matters and serve as a valuable resource for the entire Legal Affairs Department.
- Acts as liaison between outside counsel and Sharp and its internal clients; manages outside counsel, including in connection with business litigation involving Sharp HealthCare or its affiliates.
- Maintains and encourages excellent relationships, works collaboratively and engages in regular communication with the General Counsel, Assistant General Counsel, and the Legal Affairs Department’s other attorneys, paralegals, executive assistants and other non-attorney staff.
- Works and communicates effectively so as to minimize or eliminate duplicate efforts and keep outside legal costs at a minimum.
- Extensive review, drafting and negotiation of contractual arrangements, including but not limited to: health care provider agreements, major affiliation agreements, professional service contracts, software and licensing agreements, consultant agreements, physician service agreements, transfer agreements, marketing, advertising, and speaker contracts, and other arrangements and documents that may be necessary to effectuate such relationships.
- Works directly with senior executives, managers, and employees on operational issues including structuring contractual arrangements, providing practical day-to-day advice on operational issues, resolving issues that arise in existing contractual relationships, assisting with pre-litigation legal disputes and inquiries, and identifying opportunities for and implementing process improvements.
- Researches, interprets and applies federal and state laws, regulations, interpretive guidelines, advisory opinions, and case law relating to hospital operations, contractual arrangements and/or transactions, including, but not limited to, fraud and abuse, anti-kickback and Stark; performs legal research on legal issues relating to a variety of legal matters (including clinical-legal matters, peer review, contract issues/provisions, professional liability, licensing requirements, intellectual property/trademark/copyright, federal and state health care regulations, tax, and corporate governance), and prepares memoranda and opinions as necessary.
Counsel, Legal Affairs | NuVasive*
As Counsel, Legal Affairs, you will work within NuVasive’s Corporate Legal Team and be responsible for drafting, reviewing and negotiating a wide range of contracts, including technology sale and service agreements, strategic supply agreements, and development and commercial collaboration agreements. In addition, this role will provide legal support for M&A, joint venture and strategic investment transactions, including due diligence efforts, drafting and negotiation of transaction documents and post-transaction integration activities. The successful candidate will be a process-focused, self-starter with excellent judgment who is able to prioritize and manage multiple competing responsibilities in a fast-paced environment. You must also enjoy working collaboratively with other members of the Legal Team, internal business partners, and outside counsel, and be able to communicate effectively at all levels of the organization.
- Review, draft and negotiate contracts such as technology sale and service agreements, strategic supply agreements and development and commercial collaboration agreements
- Provide legal support for M&A and other corporate transactions, including due diligence efforts, transaction documents and post-transaction integration activities
- Support other legal projects as needed
- Coordinate input on contractual matters from internal stakeholders such as corporate development, marketing, R&D, commercial, compliance and regulatory affairs
- Provide practical, creative legal advice in a fast-paced environment
Commercial Contracts Counsel (remote) | Arena Pharmaceuticals*
Arena is seeking an experienced commercial contracting attorney with the drive to be part of our transformation as we continue executing global clinical trials of multiple compounds in a variety of indications and prepare for commercialization. The Commercial Contracts Counsel will have the opportunity to tackle a broad range of legal matters while focusing on commercial contracting needs across various projects and programs. In supporting the organization’s contracting needs, the Commercial Contracts Counsel will focus on drafting, negotiating, and managing processes related to agreements for services, consulting, technologies, and other critical business needs. The Commercial Contracts Counsel will also analyze legal issues and provide guidance as a trusted partner to the Commercial, Medical Affairs, Market Access, Finance, and Strategic Sourcing & Procurement functions, while frequently collaborating with other key stakeholders and functions.
This role will report to the Senior Corporate Counsel, who is a member of Arena’s Compliance, Legal, and IP Senior Leadership Team.
What You Will Dive Into:
- Lead the drafting, review, and negotiation of a wide range of contracts typical for a clinical-stage biotech preparing for commercialization, with a focus on agreements for services, consulting, HCP and payer engagements, technology/licensing, partnerships, 3PL, manufacturing, research and collaboration.
- Advise internal teams on contract interpretation, risks, and dispute resolution matters through clear, practical, and business-oriented guidance.
- Maintain and update contract database and leverage other technologies to optimize contract negotiation and contract lifecycle management processes
- Assist other contract attorneys in building in-house template library, updating playbooks to reflect new laws and trends, and maintaining a documented system of policies and procedures to ensure the consistent, timely delivery of high-quality agreements that balance risk mitigation with business needs.
- Establish strong, collaborative relationships with key stakeholders from all internal departments and provide trainings to employees on Arena contracting policies, processes, and best practices.
- Collaborate with Strategic Sourcing & Procurement, Finance, Accounting, Legal, and Compliance in operationalizing Source to Pay strategies and related contract functions.
Senior Counsel Research & Development | Johnson & Johnson
The Johnson & Johnson Law Department is currently recruiting for a Senior Counsel, R&D to provide legal support for US and cross-regional R&D contract matters focusing primarily on work originating within the Pharmaceuticals Sector and Johnson & Johnson R&D Procurement with responsibilities that include R&D related contract drafting, negotiation, training, and related legal guidance and support. You will be responsible for providing practical and timely legal guidance to the R&D organization and its contracting teams and support R&D Procurement related contract matters in North America and cross-regionally. The attorney will be responsible for providing legal contract support which will include negotiating, drafting, and reviewing various agreements, preparing, and updating contract templates, and providing guidance and training to a variety of contacting groups within Johnson & Johnson. The agreement types will include laboratory service agreements, product development and clinical supply agreements, engineering and device development agreements, flexible resource agreements, data sharing agreements, data license agreements, clinical and non-clinical research related vendor agreements, various master services agreements for cross-regional and cross-sector use, and other related documents and templates. Work will also include drafting and negotiating development and supply agreements in connection with collaboration, licensing and acquisition transactions and integration activities related to company acquisitions. Responsibilities may also include providing guidance and contracting support for government funded research related agreements. The attorney will be a point of contact for internal and external legal contract negotiations and will work closely with colleagues in the regulatory, patent, and litigation groups within the Johnson & Johnson Law Department. The attorney will also work closely with other regional procurement lawyers, and other professional associates as well as cross-functional teams including procurement, product development, regulatory affairs, healthcare compliance, privacy, finance, tax and other business functions to develop global policies and practices to facilitate consistent and efficient support for R&D. Work will be in a multi-disciplinary, diverse environment, and in close connection with other European, US, Latin America and APAC legal colleagues.
Associate General Counsel | Inscripta
Inscripta is seeking an independent, self-starter to fill a senior role on the Legal and BD Team as the company continues to grow. Expertise in transactional matters in the life sciences sector - including drafting, negotiating, and managing contracts and providing legal advice on a variety of contractual, supply, and marketing matters – will be key to this function. Prior experience of working in either a private or public high-growth technology or biotechnology company is highly recommended. This position reports directly to the General Counsel at Inscripta.
- Assume a leadership role working directly with the Inscripta Commercial Team to prepare, review, and negotiating commercial terms and contracts with customers worldwide.
- Work well in a team environment. This role will be part of a senior, high functioning and very collaborative legal and business development team with other experienced life sciences professionals.
- Establish a strong relationship with internal stakeholders responsible for sales, marketing and commercial contracts.
- Provide expert advice to the business on legal risks and issues touching the commercial strategy, sales initiatives, corporate collaborations and other business matters.
- Field questions and resolves issues related to day-to-day transactional and business matters.
- Assist legal support of the finance function, especially with expense planning.
- Communicate in an open and balanced manner.
Senior Counsel | EDF Renewables North America
Corporate transactions attorney with demonstrated renewable energy expertise in the following areas of law: corporate law, mergers and acquisitions (including joint ventures and partnerships), project finance and procurement and construction. Special consideration will be given to candidates with wind, solar and battery storage energy industry experience.
Responsibilities: (including but not limited to):
- Substantive experience drafting and negotiating deal documents (e.g., PSA, MIPSA, APA, etc.)
- Lead negotiations, drafting, and critical review of agreements documenting transactions involving the sale or purchase of wind turbines, solar panels, battery storage, power, assets, EPC/BOP agreements, and related transactions for solar, wind and battery storage generating assets owned by the Company.
- Lead the negotiation, drafting and critical review of financing and security agreements.
- Manage due diligence process for acquisitions and in preparation for financing.
- Support project development, operations, and maintenance and asset management businesses of company by providing legal counsel and advice in the normal course of business.
- Prepare turbine supply and solar panel agreements, consulting services agreements, master services agreements, third party engagement letters, and non-disclosure agreements.
- Manage outside legal counsel engaged to represent the Company.
Associate Corporate Counsel | Dividend Finance
Dividend is seeking an associate corporate attorney with 3 to 5 years experience in vendor management, contract negotiation and drafting, and sales or business development support. This position presents the opportunity to work with many consumer lending business teams and colleagues throughout the organization’s legal, compliance, marketing, sales, business development and technology functions. Through interactions with various departments, this role will help to develop and maintain a strong contract and vendor management program, as well as support other areas of the business as needed.
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
- Create best practices that align business needs with vendor services.
- Ensure contract terms and conditions address primary business risk areas, such as indemnification, limitations of liability, and contract compliance, in the best interest of Dividend.
- Develop and maintain a contracts management system to include an inventory of all vendor contracts and engagement with business owners during the contract lifecycle to ensure all milestones, including SLAs, termination/renewal notifications, and/or replacement decision dates are properly met.
- Provide guidance to business partners on the development of Service Level Agreements and ensure meaningful remedies and recourse are included in all contracts.
- Draft and update policies and procedures pertaining to vendor management.
- Negotiate terms of select contracts within legal, risk, and financial parameters while ensuring vendor contracts meet all compliance regulations and internal policies.
Legal Counsel, Portfolio Management | Realty Income
As Realty Income’s Legal Counsel, Portfolio Management you will be collaborating with and counseling our Asset Management Real Estate Operations (AMREO) and Development teams. You will be joining an established (and expanding) team of in-house attorneys and paralegals all working together to support operations and growth of a world-class REIT. Additionally, your team-based nature will extend to outside counsel, tenants, and third-party service providers.
Your Contribution to the Team will include:
- Structure and negotiate various development projects including; build-to-suit, reverse build-to-suit, ground lease, and retail lease agreements.
- Establish relationships with all levels of our organization, and our clients’ organizations.
- Negotiate and oversee property dispositions of varying complexity, including portfolio sales
- Counsel AMREO and re-development teams regarding title restrictions, lease interpretation, and other matters related to development and operation of assets.
- Draft, negotiate, analyze and interpret REA documents and other title documents.
- Draft, negotiate, analyze and interpret documents relating to condemnations, easements, rights of way, oil and gas lease agreements, and other agreements affecting title and access.
- On a project-specific basis, supervise paralegals in connection with pending matters.
- Consult with AMREO, Development and LA on various matters, including lease compliance, title matters, interpretation of lease terms, CAM issues and disputes, third-party requests, and resolution of issues with neighboring property owners. Draft appropriate documentation, conduct negotiations, and retain and supervise outside counsel when necessary.
Senior Counsel, Real Estate | Clearway Energy Group
The Senior Counsel, Real Estate will provide legal counsel and management of real estate matters relating to the business of Clearway Energy Group. This position can sit in San Francisco or Carlsbad, CA or be a remote position. This Senior Counsel, Real Estate will report to Assistant General Counsel.
Principal Responsibilities & Key Results:
- Independently provide counsel to clients on matters relating to real property
- Manage real estate deliverables for debt/equity financings and M&A transactions, including title curative efforts
- Draft and negotiate PSAs, land options, lease options, easements, etc.
- Conduct real property due diligence for transactions and development projects
- Manage outside counsel, title insurance and surveyor relationships
- Assist other attorneys or the General Counsel on projects as necessary
Senior Counsel, Regulatory | Freedom
Freedom is seeking an experienced financial services regulatory attorney to provide legal advice, support and strategic direction to the business with a particular focus on its consumer lending activities, both secured and unsecured. The ideal candidate will be comfortable operating with considerable latitude, possess a high level of integrity, initiative and professionalism and have a strong background in handling diverse legal issues, superior academic and professional credentials, and a business-oriented approach to resolving legal issues.
- Provide legal advice and counsel to product, marketing, sales and other cross-functional teams, serving as a leader and trusted advisor to the business on compliance with consumer protection laws and regulations, marketing and advertising, product development, data protection and privacy, licensing and related matters
- Monitor local, state and federal regulatory requirements and developments and maintain industry knowledge relating to consumer lending and financial technology
- Collaborate with team members to create and implement forms, processes and procedures to ensure consistent interpretation and application of legal requirements across functions and product areas
- Partner with Compliance and Risk teams to ensure that appropriate risk management strategies are defined and in place for our lending and other financial products and services
- Manage outside counsel and coordinate responses to and communications with other external parties (auditors, regulators, etc.)
- Structure, draft and negotiate a variety of agreements, including marketing, advertising, partner, vendor, license, technology, confidentiality and other operational and commercial contracts
Corporate Counsel Commercial Contracts | Tandem Diabetes Care, Inc.
The Corporate Counsel will report to the Assistant General Counsel, Commercial Affairs and will be responsible for providing legal support of the Company’s global contracts and commercial affairs. The Corporate Counsel will be responsible for drafting, negotiating and interpreting a broad range of company agreements around the globe and will play a key role in the development, management and continuous improvement of the Company’s contract administration procedures.
- Provides legal and business advice, drafting and negotiation expertise for a broad range of commercial and operational agreements, including non-disclosure, material transfer, supply, manufacturing, equipment, software, leases, distribution, collaboration, development, clinical trial, pump training, and provider agreements with health insurance payors and administrators.
- Works directly with and advises key decision-makers in contract negotiations and other business arrangements, including identifying and proposing solutions to key business issues and managing risk.
- Provides legal support for the Company’s expanding international operations, proactively identifies related business and legal risks, and collaborate cross-functionally to offer risk mitigation strategies and creative solutions.
- Provides input in the development, and helps implement and administer, process improvements and systems for administration of key Legal department responsibilities.
- Works closely with contract administrators to monitor contract covenants, expirations and renewals on a monthly basis.
- Continuously improves training and communications relating to relevant Legal department procedures.
- Works cross functionally with other departments including members of regulatory, purchasing, finance, quality, IT, and other departments to ensure a smooth and agile contracts life cycle process and to ensure consistency with Legal response times and compliance with laws and regulations.
Corporate M&A & Finance Counsel | Cue Health Inc.
Cue Health Inc. is seeking to hire full-time Corporate M&A and Finance Counsel. The Corporate M&A and Finance Counsel will provide legal expertise in matters relating to the operation of Cue Health Inc. with a focus on mergers and acquisitions and financial transactions.
- Support merger and acquisition activity, strategic investments, and other corporate transactions, including conducting due diligence
- Advise on corporate governance, investor relations, tax and treasury-related matters
- Support financial transactions, including convertible notes and credit facilities
- Ensure compliance with applicable federal and state securities and corporate laws
- Assist the General Counsel with Board of Directors meetings, committee meetings, and shareholders meetings, including preparing and drafting minutes, resolutions, approvals, etc.
- Oversee global subsidiary management
- Anticipate and guard company against legal risks
- Guide internal stakeholders and ensure compliance with rules and regulations
General Counsel | Genalyte
We are looking to bring on an experienced General Counsel to advise Genalyte on legal matters and issues, protecting our legal interest, maintaining its operations within the scope established by applicable laws and regulations, the preparation and review of related documents and the maintenance of appropriate documentation for such activities.
- Counsels on issues of strategic importance to the Company and, as appropriate, contributes to the corporate strategy planning process.
- Counsels and advises senior management and the Board of Directors on matters relating to corporate governance and other relevant federal and state securities laws, regulations, and rules, and ensures that the Company has the appropriate infrastructure in place to comply with all applicable securities requirements.
- Negotiates and drafts or oversees the drafting and review of contracts and agreements.
- Handles complex legal issues related to contracts, leases, real estate, HR, regulatory, patent and related law activities.
- Protects all forms of the Company’s intellectual property, including its patents, trade secrets, trademarks and copyrights; assisting in the management of the Company’s IP portfolio.
- Supervises the development and dissemination of compliance policies that will ensure that the Company is in compliance with all (Federal and States) laws, regulations and rules that may apply to the Company’s activities on a global basis; specifically working to ensure compliance with antitrust, corporate conduct, equal opportunity, environment, anti-corruption, consumer regulatory, and other laws, regulations, and rules.
- Active championing of the Company’s ethics and integrity by, as much as possible, visibly and regularly educating Company employees on the Company’s compliance policy and overseeing the Company’s implementation of that policy.
Associate Counsel | Alliant
Under the supervision of the Assistant General Counsels, the Associate Counsel will be responsible for advising Alliant corporate departments and business groups on a broad spectrum of legal matters and for reviewing, drafting, and negotiating a diverse range of contracts and other forms, in addition to other general corporate and compliance matters.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Reviews, drafts, negotiates, and advises on a wide range of contracts, including employment agreements, equity documents, independent contractor agreements, vendor agreements, client agreements, collaborative agreements, and confidentiality agreements;
- Partners with multi-functional transactional teams, including corporate and business development, accounting, sales, and human resources, on company policy, process, and procedure development and legal compliance;
- Assists internal and external legal counsel with providing guidance on legal matters, and anticipates, mitigates, and advises on any potential legal problems across corporate groups, client engagements, and third party relationships;
- Advises Alliant corporate departments and business groups on privacy laws and regulations and related industry standards that impact Alliant, including coordinating and synthesizing advice from external counsel as needed;
- Works with external counsel and internal business teams to respond to subpoenas and litigation discovery requests;
- Supports merger and acquisition activity by collecting, reviewing, and preparing information for due diligence;
APD Senior Counsel (Remote) | DEA
DEA’s growing Alternative Project Delivery (APD) team is looking for a part-time or full-time APD Senior Counsel. The APD Senior Counsel oversees all contract administration and legal issues arising from APD pursuits and projects across the company and is accountable to the APD Executive Director. In addition, this individual may support the organizational and coordination needs of critical legal and risk management efforts on behalf of the Risk Management Group and General Counsel for the company. This individual interacts with the company’s Executive Leadership, General Counsel, Manager of Contracts and Risk Management, Business Unit Leaders, Project Managers and Project Contract Administrators on risk avoidance issues and is an advocate for the importance of this function in the company. This position can be in one of our offices or be based remotely. Periodic travel may be necessary to project office locations or when litigation, mediation or key negotiations are needed.
APD Specific Responsibilities
- Provides leadership to and mentors APD Contract Administrators.
- Independently reviews contractual requirements for APD solicitations and RFPs.
- Interprets/negotiates APD Teaming Agreements, Prime Contracts, and Subcontract Agreements for all Business Units.
- Participates in APD Project Manager’s Project Status Reports (PMPSRs).
- Helps construct, issue and respond to claims.
- Establishes protocols for Project Managers to document, support, communicate and manage Change Orders (COs) and Equitable Adjustment Requests (EARs). Leads development efforts when necessary.
- Participates in Green Teams (Go-No Go Decisions), Contract Review Teams (CRTs for final pricing and contract term acceptance) and executive-level meetings with contract counterparts to discuss contract terms and risk mitigation.
- Coordinates claims and claims management with the General Counsel.
- Educates Business Units and project teams in the areas of compliance, timely notification and potential financial impacts for failure to execute in accordance to contract terms.
Software Licensing/Transactional Attorney | FICO
Join our dynamic and growing legal team with a world-class analytics company. A Data Analytics Company solutions support smarter fraud, risk, marketing and customer management decisions for thousands of businesses worldwide. You’ll build strong relationships with internal and external customers, utilizing your legal expertise to provide practical advice while achieving business results.
What You’ll Contribute:
- Draft, review, and negotiate a variety of information technology agreements (sales, SaaS, service, subcontract, software, procurement, non-disclosure) for assigned internal and external clients.
- Review and negotiate terms to be consistent with FICO policies and procedures.
- Support sales/business teams on opportunities, including support of the RFP process and contract terms requiring approval.
- Provide contract review coordination across businesses (product, services, finance) in support of clients.
- Support department for contract template revisions, contract interpretation and translation, as requested.
- Protect FICO from unnecessary contract liabilities, damages and penalties.
- Identify red flag risk areas, working with business team to seek appropriate approvals.
Corporate Counsel (remote) | MilliporeSigma
As Corporate Counsel for Life Science, you will serve as the Legal business partner globally for Quality & Regulatory concerns arising in the business and as a core resource to our Trade Compliance, Environmental Health & Safety, Hazard Communications & Chemical Regulations, and Quality Services teams. You will provide a full range of legal support for these groups, including providing guidance to management and local units on relevant legal and business matters, reviewing, evaluating and advising internal clients on process and operational improvements, identifying and mitigating risk, drafting and negotiating various agreements, managing and/or coordinating adverse regulatory or governmental actions, coordinating and managing outside counsel as necessary, and advising and training colleagues and internal clients on related legal issues and best practices. You will also provide support for related direct Procurement matters. Remote/flexible working arrangement is possible, with with preferred locations near our sites in Burlington, MA; Philadelpha, PA; Carlsbad or Temecula, CA; Tempe, AZ; St. Louis, MO; Milwaukee or Madison, WI.
In-house Counsel | National Funding
National Funding, a stable and growing finanical technology company located in San Diego, is looking for an In- house consel. Reporting to Corporate Counsel this role will focus on managing state court litigation, enforcing judgments across the United States with the assistance of outside counsel and representing National Funding in bankruptcy matters with the primary goal of recovering of defaulted business loans.
General overview of responsibilities:
- Oversee the filing and handling of state court collection actions on defaulted business loans
- Provide internal legal direction and supervision for recovery and collection law suits
- Manage and oversee national network of attorney’s representation of National Funding in other states and direct the enforcement of judgments in those states
- Review, analyze and represent National Funding in Chapter 7, Chapter 11 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy filings to allow National Funding to best recover on any bankruptcy claims
- Review, analyze and handle an adversary proceedings or contested matters, including but limited to avoidance actions and lien stripping motions
- Coordinate and direct post-judgment enforcement within the state of California
Regulatory Attorney - Banking Services | Intuit
Come join our amazing team of leaders, learners and world-class legal and compliance professionals. We’re part of an amazing team bringing financial services offerings to market to power prosperity for our customers all over the world! We’re seeking a Regulatory Attorney for Banking Services to guide the company as it exponentially grows its banking services offerings.
How you will lead:
- Work directly with Products Attorneys and the broader Compliance team to lead our overall regulatory compliance environment with respect to financial sector issues such as consumer protection, credit reporting and fair lending, payment systems, digital currency, open banking, anti-money laundering, licensing, and continuously monitor and promote our compliance posture throughout the lifecycle of our banking services offerings (e.g., marketing, sales, risk operations, partner management, complaint handling, litigation, collections, etc.).
- Develop policies consistent with our enterprise principles and that span our entire Intuit ecosystem.
- Partner with our exam management team to serve as the legal point of contact for examination oversight, audits, submissions, and regulatory communication.
- Partner with Global Corporate Affairs to comment on pending legislation and shape thought leadership in the external environment.
- Support entity governance (e.g., entity board meetings preparation, Control and Audits oversight), to properly maintain corporate structure for regulat
General Counsel | NuZee, Inc. DBA Coffee Blenders
General Counsel is responsible for overseeing, managing, and updating the corporation’s complex corporate, purchase and sales agreements, regulatory, compliance, and other legal matters. This role includes providing legal counsel to company officers, the executive team, and senior management. Resumes should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
The following duties and responsibilities are those considered to be essential but do not represent all job functions that may be required to be performed by this position. Other comparable duties and responsibilities may be assigned as needed.
- Managing an organization's legal matters on various corporate and trust matters.
- Develop and lead corporate legal strategy to promote and protect the company's matters.
- Provide expert and strategic legal advice to management and executive team by evaluating discussions, decisions, or courses of action.
- Provide general counsel on issues such as ownership of shares, various corporate entities, contracts, non-disclosure agreements (NDAs)Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs), property interests, SEC reporting, government regulations, licensing, trademarks, patents, and employment.
- Structure, draft, review, and negotiate a variety of corporate, real estate, regulatory and other transaction documents.
- Oversee the delivery of legal services and resources to accomplish corporate goals, strategies, and priorities.
- Maintain proper corporate interactions with the relevant local, state, and federal governmental bodies, legislatures, and the community at large.
- Advice Officers and other senior management on a variety of issues such as demand letters, disputes, contracts, agreements, regulations, trademarks, etc.
- Work in collaboration with an external legal team.
Division Counsel, Genetic Sciences Division | Thermo Fisher Scientific
The Division Counsel will serve as the counsel and member of the Executive Leadership Team for the Genetic Sciences Division (GSD) of Thermo Fisher Scientific. The Senior Corporate Counsel will provide management with effective advice on company strategies and their implementation, own the legal function for the division, coordinate all legal compliance and regulatory requirements and coordinate the work of external counsel. Efficiency in this role requires a full understanding of the Genetic Sciences Division’s product lines and commercialization strategies, as well as a detailed validated understanding of commercial contracts and intellectual property law. This role requires a change agent, committed to continuous process improvement and identifying possibilities. This individual resolves their practices and procedures with a focus on simplicity and ease of use and leads and/or gives to the development of new processes.
- Assume ultimate responsibility for ensuring that division conducts its business in compliance with federal, state, local and international laws and regulation
- Work with GSD and Life Sciences Commercial leadership teams, Thermo Fisher Scientific Corporate Legal (including international attorney teams, HR Legal, IP Attorneys, Compliance, Government Contracts and Regulatory); Lead attorneys for Divisions and the VP & General Counsel for Life Sciences Solutions Group.
- Serves as central point of contact for the legal needs of the GSD Business.
- Draft and negotiate agreements with large industry-leading pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, research and manufacturing companies, government entities, research institutes and also start-ups that enable GSD to sell products and perform services; exploit opportunities based on technology owned by our Company or third parties; purchase raw materials and services, and resolve commercial or other legal disputes.
- Perform analysis on legal rights, obligations, and strategies to help GSD and the Company achieve its commercial goals and objectives.
Associate General Counsel | Viasat, Inc.
We’re looking for passionate, innovative professionals to join our team and connect the world to more. You’ll work in a collaborative and inclusive environment that values diverse perspectives and continuous learning, and provides industry-leading benefits with unmatched opportunities for career growth. Our team is fearless in pursuit of new ideas and uncompromising in our quest to become the world’s first truly global Internet Service Provider. Interested in joining our mission? Take a look at career opportunities at Viasat today.
Viasat, Inc. seeks an experienced attorney for its in-house legal department in Carlsbad, California, to work with Viasat’s Global Enterprise and Mobility Systems division. The successful candidate will be able to work at all levels of the Company and grow into a leadership position. You will focus primarily on providing strategic business and legal guidance in the area of commercial transactions for new and innovative products and services related to the company’s fast growing platform technology-based business — negotiating, drafting, and analyzing a wide variety of sales, internet advertising and sponsorship, digital media, platform commercial, platform integration, strategic alliance, and service agreements. You must be diligent and proactive, show excellent business judgment and strategic thinking, along with the ability to work independently and collaboratively in a collegial, fast-paced team environment. Specifically, the right candidate will be able to:
- Provide strategic business and legal advice to help develop a comprehensive, long-term approach to our relationships with key partners and the commercial aspects of our products and programs.
- Undertake drafting, negotiation and advisory responsibilities for Viasat’s platform products, commerce partnerships and business development teams.
- Draft and negotiate a wide variety of contracts, including complex sales and services agreements, platform commercial agreements, platform integrations, internet advertising and sponsorship agreements, digital media agreements, and strategic alliance agreements, all consistent with Company policies and risk tolerance.
- Review global products, features, platforms and initiatives to provide practical legal risk mitigation strategies for products across multiple jurisdictions.
- Provide advice to all levels of the Company in all areas, including Operations, Sales & Marketing, Finance, Engineering, and Business Development, advising on legal issues and risks, deal structures, negotiation strategy, and company policies and procedures, and communicating legal concepts in a way that non-lawyers can understand.
Director, Legal Transactions | Jack In The Box, Inc.
Jack in the Box Inc. is seeking a Director Legal Transactions to be responsible for providing legal support services and counsel for corporate transactions related to contracts, agreements and regulatory filings, franchise disclosures and agreements, financing matters, mergers and acquisitions with the franchise system, or otherwise, and working on other general corporate transactions in a fast-paced environment.
- Reviews and approves complex real estate transactions, including drafting and approving lease and purchase agreements and acquisition related documents, such as amendments, restrictive covenants, and utility easements.
- Analyzes and interprets property and lease documents to determine rights and remedies available to the Company.
- Drafts, reviews, and negotiates contracts for the Company, including, service agreements, non-disclosure agreements, confidentiality agreements, statement of work agreements, agreements for goods and order forms. Partners and advises with internal management and staff to assist in the negotiation of various contracts.
- Prepares and drafts organizational documents for new corporate entities.
- Plays a support role in strategic corporate transactions (such as franchise acquisitions and credit facility amendments), including due diligence, and drafting and negotiating relevant transaction documents.
- Provides practical and strategic legal advice and guidance on corporate transactions and all aspects of third-party licensing agreements (inbound and outbound); manages outside counsel activities, as required.
- Provides a wide range of franchise legal advice, counseling, and support services cross-functionally and to senior leadership, including Operations and Development teams.
Associate IP Counsel | Thermo Fisher Scientific
When you are a part of the team at Thermo Fisher Scientific, you will do important work, like helping customers in finding cures for cancer, protecting the environment, or making sure our food is safe. Your work will have real-world impact, and you will be supported in achieving your career goals. As a part of Thermo Fisher’s Contract Development and Manufacturing Organization team, you will enable biotech and large pharma customers to deliver breakthrough medicines to patients.
What will you do:
- As a member of Thermo Fisher Scientific’s IP Department, you will have the opportunity to belong to a team of hardworking group of individuals supporting pharma services businesses by:
- Integrating with the research and development teams to learn about our manufacturing processes, and product development while identifying key IP opportunities and capturing innovation
- Growing your understanding of cutting-edge technologies related to the cell and gene therapies markets including increasing your understanding of competitor product offerings and services as well as new market entrants
- Performing risk evaluation for internal process development including due diligence assessments, IP analyses, infringement and validity analyses including mitigation strategies
- Engaging with a global IP Department and Legal Department and helping us become one of the most admired legal organizations
- Growing and developing with us to enable and support our customers
Legal Counsel, Transactional | Genomatica
Genomatica is seeking a Transactional Attorney who thrives in a fast-paced, cutting-edge, innovative and collaborative R&D. business development, and commercial business environment. Primary responsibilities include (a) drafting and negotiating a wide variety of complex agreements with both technical and commercial terms and (b) being a point of contact for contractual issues supporting the commercial sales, business development, R&D, corporate development and administrative functions. The successful candidate will have demonstrated: success in legal, technical and business environments; experience in identifying issues in contracts, especially IP and technology licensing related contracts; experience in negotiating IP, technical and commercial contract terms; independent and creative thought; ability to provide pragmatic solutions to legal and commercial business issues; and ability to multi-task on projects across diverse legal areas; skills required to work collaboratively with outside counsel and the various functions of the business requiring legal support.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities:
- Draft and negotiate (and/or support negotiations) legal documents of varying complexity typical of a technology company with an extensive biotechnology or chemical R&D organization and commercial operations primarily out-licensing its technology as well as sales, including license, collaboration, and service agreements, MTAs, NDAs, Term Sheets, MOUs and LOIs, software licenses and other IT-related agreements, bio-product sales, supply and/or distributor agreements, and various contract/vendor service agreements.
- Advise Genomatica teams on contract interpretation, dispute resolution, IP ownership and other legal risks.
- Assist with developing policies, best practices, contract management processes and contract templates.
- Mentor and advise teams on the preparation, negotiation and execution of form-based documents.
- Provide counseling and legal risk assessment on a variety of legal matters in support of the business units, including antitrust, product liability, pricing strategies, liabilities and risk mitigation.
Legal Counsel | Dassault Systemes
As a member of our North American Legal team, you will support our sales and services organizations in the Americas. You will actively manage, draft, and negotiate complex commercial agreements, particularly sales, services, and license agreements for commercial software products. You will coordinate and manage contractual relationships with external customers, partners, and suppliers through completion. You will act as an advisor on legal issues arising in the course of the Company’s business, including issues related to contract interpretation, intellectual property, corporate policy, and regulatory compliance.
What will your role be?
- Primary responsibilities are drafting, reviewing, and negotiating complex software license agreements, services agreements, vendor contracts, IP licenses, and nondisclosure agreements and ensuring that such contracts are executed in compliance with company policy and applicable laws and regulations.
- You will interact with management and senior customer personnel on enterprise-level matters requiring coordination across organizational lines, as well as provide leadership to internal teams and stakeholders in formulating partnering strategies and plans, and in defining the legal risks associated with such plans.
Product Counsel | Intuit
Working as a member of the Products Legal Team, you will be responsible for partnering with multiple innovative product teams around the world to ensure that Intuit’s banking as a service and money movement products are structured to achieve our strategy while complying with applicable regulations in multiple jurisdictions. You will partner closely with product management, business development, engineering, design, marketing, compliance and operations teams. You will provide legal advice and counseling on a wide variety of matters, including data privacy and protection, mobile, product liability, IP and regulatory compliance. Many of these matters will be in the FinTech area, including payments, stored value and deposit products. You may structure, draft, negotiate and advise upon various complex transactions with minimal direction and supervision. The ideal candidate should have knowledge of regulations in the financial services area, including FCRA, GLBA, and state payments laws.
Sr. Corporate Counsel, Corporate Affairs | Tandem Diabetes Care
Sr. Corporate Counsel, Corporate Affairs will report to the Vice President & General Counsel and be responsible for legal oversight of the Company’s corporate governance and public company reporting obligations and provide legal support for key agreements and corporate transactions. This individual will be an integral member of the Legal Department and operate independently in a dynamic environment to support the growing and diverse legal needs of the business. Works directly with and advises key decision-makers in contract negotiations and other business arrangements, including identifying and proposing solutions to key business issues and managing risk.
- Demonstrates experience in general corporate matters, including corporate organization, securities compliance, stock incentive plan administration, drafting transactional documents, license agreements and contract management.
- Successfully manages a variety of corporate governance and securities issues for the Company, and exercises sound legal and practical judgment in advising in-house clients on a variety of legal issues.
- Primary role in preparing, reviewing and advising on all company SEC filings, including related transaction documents, proxy statements, periodic reports, registration statements, Section 16 filings, and similar corporate records.
- Assists in scripting for investor calls and preparation of executive management for participation in the calls.
- Assists in reviewing and drafting public disclosure and corporate communications including earning releases, press releases, and social media.
- Assists with mergers, acquisitions, investments and other strategic transactions including coordinating internal teams and due diligence activities.
- Drafts and reviews board books, minutes and resolutions for Board and Committee meetings and actions.
- Creation, implementation and ongoing management of subsidiaries including board resolutions, filings, creation of bank accounts, and analysis of legal and financial considerations arising from the subsidiaries location or any intellectual property owned or managed by the subsidiary.
- Works directly with and advises key decision-makers in contract negotiations and other business arrangements, including identifying and proposing solutions to key business issues and managing risk.
Associate Attorney Sr. | Qualcomm Incorporated
This opening is for a lawyer that will be a key player responsible for providing legal advice to Qualcomm Ventures on a wide range of matters. This lawyer will support all aspects of Qualcomm Ventures’ transactions, including term sheet drafting, diligence, definitive agreement review, portfolio management advice (e.g., shareholder and board matters) and portfolio exits (including IPOs, SPACs and acquisitions). This lawyer will need to work independently on new and follow-on financings for Qualcomm Ventures’ global portfolio. In addition to working with the other Qualcomm lawyers that support Qualcomm Ventures, this attorney will also need to manage outside counsel where appropriate for international transactions and help support Qualcomm’s finance, marketing and tax groups in their roles in monitoring investments and supporting Qualcomm Ventures’ investment managers. In addition, this lawyer will be a member of Corporate Legal’s M&A team and will help support acquisitions, dispositions, joint ventures and strategic investments through involvement in diligence, negotiations and interfacing with the various internal transaction and integration teams. All Qualcomm employees are expected to actively support diversity on their teams, and in the Company.
Head of Compliance | PhaseBio
An exciting new opportunity has opened up for a Head of Compliance to provide proactive and collaborative legal support in connection with PhaseBio’s products and act as a legal advisor to our commercial, medical affairs, and regulatory teams. Reporting to the Company’s Head of Legal, this individual will be only the second lawyer at an exciting, fast-growing and innovative company, with many opportunities to grow their career with the company. The ideal candidate will have a deep understanding of U.S. healthcare laws (Canada and Europe experience is a plus), including the FDCA, and laws related to the research and development, manufacturing, quality, regulatory, sales, and marketing of pharmaceutical products (including healthcare fraud and abuse laws). The ideal candidate will also have a general legal background and training, including experience drafting, reviewing and negotiating a range of commercial contracts. This work will include providing practical, solutions-oriented legal advice and counsel, identifying and communicating risks to leadership, ensuring ongoing commercial compliance, drafting and reviewing commercial contracts and agreements, and providing legal review as part of the medical review and promotional review committee processes.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Provide advice and counsel on a day-to-day basis to ensure the Company is in compliance with applicable FDA regulations, advertising and promotion, fraud and abuse, privacy, and anti-bribery laws and regulations, interactions with patients, healthcare professionals and other external parties, state law compliance and reporting requirements, and other aspects of federal and state laws and regulations governing clinical research, clinical development, manufacturing and commercialization of the Company’s product candidates.
- Design, implement, monitor and enforce a Company-wide compliance program and associated policies and procedures in order to promote and reinforce a culture of ethical business conduct, principles and practices, in conformity with the OIG Compliance Program Guidance for Pharmaceutical Manufacturers (OIG Guidance) and industry best practices. Experience and familiarity with GDPR and privacy requirements also strong preferred.
- Develop and execute a comprehensive compliance training program for employees and designated third parties on applicable compliance policies, laws and regulations, including any new developments or updates that may impact the Company’s compliance program.
- Serve as the lead legal resource for the Company’s medical, clinical development, commercial and regulatory teams.
- Draft, review and negotiate contracts and agreements, including clinical trial agreements, commercial contracts, third party vendor agreements, consulting and other agreements, informed consent forms and advising on fair market value (FMV) metrics.
- Monitor and advise on new and proposed legal and regulatory developments, market trends and best practices in the areas of healthcare compliance, FDA, privacy, and emerging regulatory risk areas to ensure the Company’s continued compliance.
Director, Legal Services | ICW Group
The purpose of this job is to manage Staff Counsel, Panel Counsel and provide other litigation and claim legal advice and services to all areas of the company. The Director, Legal Services will provide direction and oversight to legal services activities and implement litigation strategies. This position exists to drive and support the Legal departments operational efficiency.
Essential Duties And Responsibilities:
- Directs the day-to-day operations of personnel providing litigation and legal services on tort liability and workers compensation matters.
- Manages staff attorneys and support staff providing litigation and legal services on tort liability and workers compensation claims.
- Manages office locations, billing, and matter management systems.
- Manges and assists in the selection and retention of outside panel counsel representing the company, including the creation of litigation guidelines.
- Manages staff and outside counsel performance audits.
- Addresses any unforeseen events, defines, and analyzes issues, provides legal opinion on solutions and risk mitigations.
- Defines department objectives to optimize efficiency and achieve performance goals set in accordance with company expectations.
- Manages attorney bill review and works with software vendors regarding the same.
- Implements and measurers key performance metrics related to staff and outside counsel performance.
- Provides litigation services to protect the company from legal risks.
- Litigates tort cases and workers compensation cases in state and federal courts or in administrative hearings or arbitrations.
- Represents the ICW Group and related entities before administrative boards and court trials.
- Handles premium audit disputes in courts or administrative hearings.
Senior Counsel, Intellectual Property | NuVasive
NuVasive’s laser focus on innovation demands a resourceful, responsive, hard-charging, proactive, adaptable, and dedicated individual. Our Team strives to be the consummate business partner with particular attention to innovation capture, risk assessment, and best-in-class processes and procedures. In this role, you will develop and manage aspects of NuVasive’s intellectual property portfolio with a focus on patent, trademark, and copyright protection, as well as analyzing intellectual property aspects of contracts and agreements.
- Draft new patent applications targeting technologies across NuVasive’s expansive portfolio of products and systems
- Maintain docket and drive patent prosecution
- Conduct freedom-to-operate analysis and effectively communicate results to leadership
- Think strategically in developing the US and international patent portfolio
- Drive business engagement and strive to become a key business resource
- Perform patentability studies and provide actionable analysis
- Conduct brainstorming sessions for the purpose of generating IP
- Provide analysis of competitor IP and landscape analysis
- Provide trademark legal support to business partners
- Provide legal support in contract-related matters
- Support M&A activities
- Conduct IP training for various groups across NuVasive
Senior Counsel, Innovation Law | Bristol-Myers Squibb
Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS) is seeking a Senior Counsel to join BMS’ San Diego research and development site where world class scientists explore novel biology and target concepts, including discovery and early development of complex biotherapeutics, aiming to transform patients’ lives through science. The attorney will support clients across multiple functional areas to build and leverage BMS’ intellectual property interests, with a focus on biotherapeutic products. Responsibilities include providing strategic counsel on all facets of intellectual property law, including procurement, enforcement, freedom to operate, and business development, as well as legal counsel to the Research & Early Development organization. The attorney will work closely with clients in various functions in a dynamic, growth-oriented environment and will collaborate with other in-house and outside attorneys to accomplish BMS objectives.
Senior Corporate Counsel | 6sense
As Senior Corporate Counsel at 6sense, you will be an integral part of the legal team, in our fast-paced and high-growth organization with terrific customers and a creative, dedicated, fun and talented team. This is a great opportunity for someone with a corporate law firm background looking to make the transition to an in-house role or to accelerate an existing in-house career with a rapidly growing company. We are looking for a sharp-minded, enthusiastic, results-oriented and resourceful individual who wants to be part of a close and collaborative legal and compliance team in a dynamic, SaaS-based marketing and analytics company. Required: Corporate experience advising on general corporate and finance matters for private and public companies, international expansion and oversight, and transactional experience. Significant experience drafting and negotiating commercial agreements, technology-based SaaS agreements, and merger/acquisition and financing documents. Required: A positive, team and solutions-oriented attitude.
- Provide advice and support with corporate transactions, including strategic advice on deal structures and deal documents, coordinating due diligence efforts and effective management of outside counsel.
- Assist with corporate growth strategies including international expansion, coordination on structuring, tax, stock plans, employment policies, privacy and related issues and oversight of corporate compliance for affiliates and related entities; drafting of letters of intent, definitive transaction agreements and ancillary agreements.
- Advise on investor relations, communications strategies, required notices and disclosures, including supporting the General Counsel in communications with the company's directors, advisory board, investors and employees.
- Assist with customer agreements, working closely with the sales team (at all levels) and our customer base as we grow our pipeline.
- Negotiate NDAs, vendor contracts, consulting agreements, partnership agreements, MSAs, DPAs and other related contracts, and provide strategic advice on behalf of the company.
- Possess a practical, business-oriented approach to problem-solving to effectively counsel internal clients by providing them with clear and concise advice and creative solutions on timelines to meet business needs.
Senior Patent Counsel | Johnson & Johnson
The Johnson & Johnson Law Department is recruiting for a Senior Patent Counsel to be based out of World Headquarters in New Brunswick, NJ or La Jolla, CA. This position primarily supports the Neuroscience Therapeutic Area.
- Representing and advising Johnson & Johnson’s pharmaceutical businesses and R&D units in the areas of patent law and strategy
- Patent preparation, patent prosecution, and counseling in the biotechnology area
- Conducting third-party IP diligence
- Providing oversight of contractual corporate relationships
- Experience in contract drafting and negotiation is desired
Counsel, Privacy & Compliance | Edelman
Edelman provides public relations counsel and strategic communications services which enable our clients to build strong relationships and to understand and impact upon attitudes and behaviors. We are a client-focused enterprise, comprised of a collaborative network of strategic communication professionals and the processing of personal data is a critical priority in our business. As Counsel, you'll play an important role in Edelman’s global privacy ecosystem by helping to lead implementation of its global privacy program and shepherd its evolution. You'll serve as a subject matter expert and primary point of contact for colleagues regarding privacy matters and collaborate with, other members of the privacy team, including the General Counsel, Global Chief Privacy Officer and Global Compliance Officer to ensure ongoing compliance with company, client and legal policies and requirements. You will guide teams in the development and implementation of compliant data-driven products and services and work closely with the Global Chief Data and Analytics Officer and his team. We are looking for someone with expertise in privacy compliance, project management and digital technology, as well as strong communication skills to effectively communicate compliance requirements while advancing the best interests of the business. This role requires the ability to work effectively across multi-functional teams in order to develop and maintain collaborative relationships with other partners in a large and decentralized organization.
Director, Corporate Counsel, Genetic Sciences Division (remote) | Thermo Fisher Scientific
Perform the critical tasks of drafting, reviewing, negotiating, helping close, and maintaining signed commercial and intellectual property agreements supporting the non-clinical business units within the complex and dynamic Genetic Sciences Division (GSD) of Thermo Fisher Scientific, a global industry science leader. Work with business team members to refine and execute on business strategies. Draft and negotiate agreements with large industry-leading pharmaceutical, agricultural, biopharmaceutical, research and manufacturing companies, research institutes and also start-ups that enable the business units within GSD to sell products and perform services; exploit opportunities based on technology owned by our Company or third parties; purchase raw materials and services, and resolve commercial or other legal disputes. Support the Division Counsel, coordinate with intellectual property counsel and regional counsel and work with others in the Life Sciences Legal Department to provide guidance to the business executives as well as global team members on a range of substantive legal areas. Manage a team consisting of 1-4 junior attorneys and legal assistants that support the business. Manage outside counsel resources when necessary.
- Serve as central point of contact for the non-clinical business units of GSD, support and provide legal expertise to enable the business to grow.
- Draft, negotiate, and, if appropriate, seek approval for the execution of a range of commercial contracts, including third parties OEM and supply contracts, technology in-licenses, out-licenses, technical collaborations, joint development agreements, quality agreements, term sheets and other commercial agreements of varying complexity, as needed.
- Seek and provide appropriate guidance and involvement of/to other relevant functions, such as regulatory, intellectual property, licensing, business development, purchasing, accounting, sales, product management and marketing, and facilitate the approval of the appropriate management.
- Manage junior attorneys and legal assistants supporting the business.
- Draft contract amendments and negotiate directly with external customers, interfacing with internal counsel as required.
- Perform analysis on legal rights, obligations, and strategies to help the Company achieve its commercial goals and objectives.
- Participate in due diligence and other activities relating to M&A and integration activities.
- Develop new and update existing contractual documents and constantly work with the business on improving processes to ensure efficient support.
- Train internal clients on risk management and how to effectively engage with the Legal team.
Corporate Attorney | ROHM Semiconductor
ROHM Semiconductor has a great opportunity for a developing to career level Corporate Attorney to serve as an in-house counsel handling a variety of legal matters and projects. Qualified applicants have been responsible for leading corporate strategic and tactical legal initiatives. The attorney will provide senior management with effective advice on ROHM Semiconductor strategies and their implementation, manages the legal function, and obtains and oversees the work of outside counsel. The corporate attorney is directly involved in complex business transactions in negotiating critical business dealings and contracts. This position may be filled in one of our multiple locations - Santa Clara, CA; Southern California (ideally able to operate from our Otay location), or Novi, MI.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Drafts, reviews, negotiates and administrates various commercial contracts and agreements.
- Handles and manages disputes and litigations.
- Participates in the definition and development of corporate policies, procedures and programs and provides continuing counsel and guidance on legal matters and on legal implications of all matters.
- Acts as key attorney/legal advisor on all major business transactions.
- Evaluates the merits of major court cases filed against or on behalf of ROHM, works with the appropriate executive(s) to define a strategic defense and approves settlements of disputes where warranted.
- Research, anticipate and guard ROHM against legal risks.
- Interacts with other ROHM group attorneys and in-house clients.
- Assumes ultimate responsibility for ensuring that the company conducts its business in compliance with applicable laws and regulations (IP, compliance issues, data privacy, trade secrets, labor, transactions, agreements, lawsuits, and patents).
- Structures and manages ROHM’s internal legal function and staff as applicable.
- Oversees the selection, retention, management and assessment of all outside counsel.
- Attend company meeting
- Handles and manages patent prosecution in US in collaboration with outside IP counsel and ROHM group engineers
- Advises on legal aspects of ROHM’s financing, including evaluating and advising on current and future business structures and legal entities.
Patent Attorney | Erasca
Reporting to the Senior Director of Intellectual Property, the Patent Attorney will serve as a key member of the growing intellectual property and legal team and will play a key role in developing global strategies and managing day-to-day intellectual property efforts to support multiple discovery, preclinical and clinical phase programs.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Identifying inventions, patent drafting, and prosecution related to Erasca’s discovery, preclinical and clinical phase programs.
- Identifying opportunities for expanding Erasca's IP position in consultation with members of various business groups within Erasca.
- Conducting strategic IP analysis and due diligence on the patent portfolios of competitors and potential licensors/collaborators for patentability and freedom-to-operate.
- Collaborating with the other members of the IP department in connection with developing Erasca’s global IP strategy.
- Managing and working directly with external IP counsel, ensuring that activities are completed in accordance with budget and time expectations.
- Actively and effectively partnering with stakeholders across all phases of research, development, and CMC to build value for patients, shareholders, and employees.
- Exercising independent judgment over assigned IP matters, completing such tasks with little or no supervision, and taking a leadership role on assigned projects.
Senior Counsel | Western Alliance Bank
Finance/Senior Finance Counsel works with the bank’s and its affiliates’ (collectively, the “Company’s”) business partners, executives, and other Legal Department staff to provide legal advice, counsel and support with respect to a wide variety of matters, but primarily the Company’s lending business, credit administration and special assets work. Finance Counsel/Senior Finance Counsel should have an advanced level and broad spectrum of commercial finance experience (including loan origination and enforcement), demonstrate exceptional communication skills, critical thinking and judgment, and ability to become a trusted legal and business advisor within the Company.
- Provide legal advice and support (structuring, diligence, negotiation, etc.) on broad spectrum of commercial finance transactions, including among others, commercial real estate, equipment finance, resort finance, technology, life sciences, software and emerging technology, other middle market financing, venture debt, and bridge loans.
- Autonomously handle routine and complex business transactions, including drafting and negotiating legal documents.
- Advise on special assets and collection matters, and support and advise the Company’s Special Assets department.
- Manage litigation involving the Company, including evaluating the merits of court cases, defining strategic defenses and negotiating and documenting settlements of disputes when warranted.
- Direct or participate on strategic teams to develop and implement Company products and initiatives.
- Advise the Company regarding compliance with laws and regulations applicable to commercial bank lenders.
- Oversee the work of outside counsel for various engagements on behalf of the Company.
- Advise the bank with respect to compliance with applicable lending laws and regulations.
- Handle both complex and routine transactions, including drafting, reviewing, and negotiating contracts and agreements.
- Advise on the development of credit and lending policies, procedures and quality control programs.
Legal Counsel, Corporate | Splunk
We are seeking an experienced Legal Counsel, Corporate to support Splunk’s corporate legal functions, with a primary focus on SEC reporting, corporate governance, and global subsidiary maintenance, and evolving responsibilities depending on your interests and the business’ needs. You will have both a meaningful role in a growing legal department and an opportunity to develop professionally with the support of a collaborative and experienced team. The role reports to Splunk's Senior Director, Corporate Legal and is based in Splunk’s corporate HQ in San Francisco (location flexible). To succeed, the role requires you to be highly collaborative with a positive demeanor and a sense of humor; you’ll need to demonstrate high EQ and a strong history of successful cross-functional collaboration; we need a self-starter with intellectual curiosity and the ability to work independently in a fast-paced work environment with perseverance and resourcefulness; we’re also looking for candidates with a high degree of accountability and professional drive; a growth mindset with flexibility and desire to work on a variety of legal matters, learn and have a meaningful impact are must-haves.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Advise on securities law and related general corporate matters
- Be responsible for ensuring compliance with obligations under federal securities laws and Nasdaq rules and regulations, including preparation and filing of Forms 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, proxy statements, and other SEC filings and reports
- Support the annual stockholder meeting process, including preparing D&O questionnaires, coordinating proxy solicitor, transfer agent, and proxy mailing activities as well as meeting logistics
- Support the Splunk Office of the Corporate Secretary, including coordination, preparation and distribution of agendas, resolutions, consents, minutes, and other materials for Board of Directors and committee meetings, as well as assisting with director onboarding
- Assist with investor matters, including review of announcements, press releases, investor presentations and other investor communications
- Stay current on corporate governance trends and best practices and SEC and Nasdaq developments, including research or benchmarking projects
- Assist with subsidiary maintenance for all domestic and international subsidiaries
- Assist with ESG governance and reporting initiatives
- Develop and maintain policies and procedures, and lead and assist with the corporate legal team’s efforts in conducting periodic employee trainings on matters related to compliance and securities law, including insider trading, related party transactions and Regulation FD
- Develop and implement standardized templates and processes for repeatable transactions that will advance and scale Splunk’s business
- Work collaboratively and responsively with a broad range of colleagues across functions, ensuring good relationships between legal, finance, human resources and operations to facilitate a coordinated team approach.
Senior Legal Counsel, Portfolio Acquisitions | Realty Income
As Realty Income’s Senior Legal Counsel, you will be the lead attorney on assigned transactions and collaborate with Portfolio Acquisitions in acquiring a variety of real estate assets. Your day to day may include but not limited to; bulk assets, international assets, and development projects, for the Company’s rapidly growing real estate portfolio. A track record in leadership will be crucial to your success as you will supervise Real Estate Paralegals and attorneys. Experience in working with external law firms, managing necessary legal services, and in conjunction with outside counsel and third-party service providers. You will also Collaborate with Company’s interdisciplinary team of professionals to devise an optimal acquisition approach and provide effective legal advice to the Company’s executives. Lastly, you will ensure internal and external compliance requirements for assigned transactions are achieved and address auditor inquiries as required.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Coordinate, analyze, manage, negotiate, document and close wide range of multifaceted acquisition transactions, including bulk asset acquisitions and a variety of transaction structures (e.g., asset, corporate, merger, etc.).
- Coordinate with the Corporate Paralegal for assignment of real estate assets to Company subsidiary as necessary for acquisition transactions.
- Supervise assigned Real Estate Paralegals and collaborate with interdisciplinary team to devise optimal approach in context of assigned transaction.
- Review, draft, negotiate and approve documents for a broad variety of real estate acquisitions e.g., confidentiality agreements, heads of terms, correspondence, sale and purchase agreements, escrow instructions, lease agreements, deeds of variations, reversionary leases, or other document abstracts, amendments, assignments, development agreements, certificates of title, TR1s, closing documents, business entity documents, transaction summaries, etc.
- Attend director meetings with Crestbridge, coordinate execution of documents, and assist with entity management responsibilities.
- Analyze transactions and structuring on transactions in the UK and other countries as necessary.
Vice President, Assistant General Counsel | Sharp HealthCare
The Sharp HealthCare Legal Affairs Department (“Legal Department”) is responsible for the provision and management of the legal services and affairs for Sharp HealthCare and its affiliated hospitals, health plan, medical foundation, and other subsidiaries and businesses (collectively “Sharp”). The Vice President and Assistant General Counsel (“AGC”) reports to the Senior Vice President and General Counsel (“GC”); manages, directs, supervises, coordinates and performs general operational-related legal services for Sharp, including its hospitals, medical foundation and their related operations, activities and businesses; acts as a key strategic legal advisor, counselor and business partner to Sharp’s executive leadership and senior management teams, including at Sharp’s hospitals and system services; has direct oversight, supervision and reporting responsibility for the Legal Department’s attorneys, paralegals and other staff, whose primary role is the performance of legal services and support for Sharp. As a part of his/her role, the AGC helps to assure (either directly or through supervision of others in the Legal Department) that legal and regulatory issues and developments are communicated to and understood by the appropriate constituents, and that the legal perspective is integrated into Sharp’s strategies, initiatives, business plans, transactions, policies and practices. S/he also identifies and helps to mitigate legal risks, and to protect Sharp from undue or significant legal exposure, liability and financial loss, while facilitating the achievement of strategic and operational goals, objectives and initiatives. The AGC proactively supports the GC, and communicates regularly with the GC and Legal Department as a whole. S/he is aligned with the GC on the functional structure and strategic direction of the Legal Department, and works closely with the GC to realize the objectives and goals of the Legal Department. S/he also maintains excellent working relationships with the other members of the Legal Department.