Vice President, Deputy General Counsel-New Jersey

Our client, a leading global medical device company, has retained The PeterSan Group to identify a Vice President, Deputy General Counsel. This person will be a strategic business partner and trusted advisor to the CEO as well as the Chairman, Board of Directors and Board Committees. Person will also be a leader and advocate of corporate governance. This position is fully integrated into the business and leverages legal, regulatory and business experience to help the business grow while anticipating risk and avoiding threats to the franchise.

Other responsibilities will include the following:

  • Leadership, management and oversight of the legal department.
  • Support Chief Compliance Officer and compliance team on Ethics and Compliance programs and helps drive a culture of high integrity, ethics and compliance.
  • Provide legal advice and counsel to the Company and its management on a wide range of legal matters that impact the business of all operating units. Identify, quantify and manage risk exposure that impacts the day to day and future strategies of the Company. Day to day advice on operations, regulatory, litigation, business development, supply, distribution, Compliance, IP, and HR.
  • Transactions: manage legal aspects and negotiations of a broad range of transactional matters including contracts, mergers & acquisitions, strategic alliances and the like; and
  • Litigation and Government Investigations: create defensive and offensive litigation strategies; proactively train employees and take action to prevent litigation from interfering with business objectives; provide strategic management of government investigations to ensure minimization of both risk and disruption to business; select and retain outside counsel; and establishing budgets and reserves;
  • Work closely with General Counsel in establishing the strategic direction for the global legal function and in implementing business/functional priorities. Will partner with General Counsel on virtually everything he does from corporate governance and attending board meetings, to assisting with executive compensation and employee benefit plans to sensitive employment matters. Other areas of focus will depend on experience; for example, M&A, securities (SEC/NYSE), litigation oversight.

Candidates must have the following qualifications in order to be considered:

  • Over 15 years of broad based legal experience in the US, specifically in the medical device sector.
  • Experience advising senior level executives in a sophisticated corporate setting, with demonstrated success as a trusted business advisor. Must be able to influence people at all levels of the organization, regardless of reporting relationships.
  • Must have a global mindset and be comfortable working in a diverse, international environment. International (including ex-patriate) experience a plus.
  • Significant in-house corporate experience successfully leading a team of multifaceted legal professionals, including demonstrated ability to develop talent.
  • Strong business acumen and comfortable with financial information.

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Assistant General Counsel-Corporate

Our client, a dynamic consumer driven company in the Minneapolis area, has retained The PeterSan Group to identify an outstanding lawyer to join as Assistant General Counsel. This role will manage and provide advice to all aspects of Mergers & Acquisitions and Corporate Governance including treasury, tax and executive compensation. They will also lead teams in providing strategic oversight to support business objectives; identify and manage risks to the business, and serve as trusted advisor and business partner to the Executive team providing advices on a broad range of legal and strategic matters.

Responsibilities for this role will include the following:

  • Mergers & Acquisitions
    • Support legal aspects of mergers and acquisitions strategy, including due diligence
    • Identify business and legal risks and propose practical solutions
    • Negotiate, draft, and review transaction documents
    • Partner with corporate and cross-functional development teams
  • Corporate Governance
    • Support the work of the Board and its committees, including its Governance Committee, by advising on governance-related matters and shareholder interests and facilitating the flow and availability of information
    • Interface with and advise individual directors, as well as key executives, in connection with a wide range of Board and governance-related matters, which could include the preparation and review of meeting materials, resolutions, meeting minutes and charters; manage processes relating to internal reorganizations
  • Corporate Treasury
    • Provide legal support and counsel to finance and treasury functions that may include banking and credit agreements, bond indentures and other finance matters; negotiate, draft and review related documentation
    • Support acquisitions, divestitures, equity investments, reorganizations, joint ventures, etc.
  • Executive Compensation
    • Provide legal advice and services to management, Board of Directors and Compensation Committee on executive compensation matters include but not limited to, Treasury, SEC and NYSE rules and regulations; executive compensation disclosures and reports; performance-based incentive arrangements; shareholder approved stock plans and administration; severance and change-in-control agreements; and Compensation Committee governance, deliberations and actions.
    • Lead the process of preparing, reviewing and filing periodic reports and other SEC filings, including annual report, proxy and registration statements, as well as quarterly earnings releases and investor presentations.
    • Track director and officer stock holdings and assist with compliance with ownership and retention guidelines
    • Ensure accurate reporting and reimbursement of CEO usage of corporate travel and entertainment expenses

Candidates must have the following qualifications in order to be considered:

  • 10+ years of experience related experience practicing attorney with corporate M&A, corporate secretarial, governance, securities and executive compensation at a public corporation.
  • A strong academic record from top schools
  • Proven managerial and leadership skills
  • Strong organizational skills, ability to juggle multiple priorities & meet short deadlines, and work in a very fast-paced environment
  • Strategic and innovative thinker

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US General Counsel-New Jersey

Our client, a dynamic multi-billion technology driven company, is seeking an experienced corporate attorney to serve as their US General Counsel. This role with be responsible for legal aspects of Dodd Frank, Sarbanes-Oxley, SEC and NYSE compliance, including public disclosure and financial reporting, and ensure positive external corporate governance profile while preserving flexibility regarding future Board action. They will also be responsible for oversight/preparation of agendas and materials and minutes for Board and Committee meetings. In addition, the role will manage domestic M&A as well as the legal teams US based commercial contracts group.

Candidates must have the following qualifications or will not be considered:

  • Fifteen to twenty years experience in the areas of public reporting, securities transactions, and debt offerings and credit facilities, preferably with a public company or with a law firm representing public companies (in either case, experience as a direct interface with principal functional leaders is strongly preferred).
  • A strong academic record from top schools
  • Executive presence – a positive, professional and collaborative style that inspires confidence and trust among clients and colleagues;
  • The ability to analyze issues and work through ambiguity, using strong communication (oral and written) and problem solving skills;
  • Excellent judgment and the awareness and ability to involve others that may possess the information needed to address issues;
  • Strong business acumen and the willingness to develop an understanding of the Company’s businesses and the key objectives of each area within the role’s scope of responsibilities

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Global Chief Labor & Employment Counsel-Europe based

Our client, a $3.2B+ spinoff business unit of a Fortune 75 company, is seeking an experienced attorney to join their brand new legal function as Global Chief Labor & Employment Counsel. This role will be responsible for all labor and employment legal issues globally including advising senior leadership on global restructurings and transactions; manage employment litigations (individual, unions, works councils) and interface with outside counsel and coordinate & advise local HR teams on implementing global initiatives including information & consultation with local works councils and unions.

Candidates must have the ability to work independently, as well as counsel and influence all levels of senior management, as well as training with a major law firm and in-house experience with a large company; a strong academic record from top schools and fluency in English plus one other language.

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Data Privacy & Cybersecurity Counsel

Our client, a dynamic consumer driven company in the Minneapolis area, is seeking an experienced Data Privacy/Cybersecurity lawyer who can manage and provide advice to all aspects of issues while advising the company on legal matters related to the internet, e-commerce, and data privacy and security. This role will provide guidance and focus on the storage and management of information within computer networks and cyberspace. Identifies and manages risks to the business while serving as trusted advisor when counseling management.

Responsibilities for this role will include the following:

  • Guide and educate the business on best practices and trends in regards to consumer protection laws, privacy laws, cyber security, and e-commerce and e-discovery issues.
  • Support the planning, design, development, implementation, maintenance of, and adherence to a comprehensive global privacy plan
  • Advise and support cybersecurity and information security leaders at all levels of governance, oversight, policy development, implementation, compliance, and monitoring; cyber security defense, preparedness and response; security products, systems, networks and operations
  • Draft and implement privacy policies and procedures for the company surrounding privacy and security law
  • Partner with business to help drive innovative products that are privacy centric by design
  • Lead cross functional projects by supporting the strategic business priorities and influence decision making
  • Ensure that corporate data collection, storage and protection programs are consistent and comply with legal requirements
  • Resolve legal information-security issues involving security technology, databases, information networks, and international service delivery of technology
  • Advise on notification and other obligations in connection with security and privacy incidents and incident response programs
  • Identify and assess the legal risks and opportunities and advise accordingly
  • Partner with outside counsel if needed

Candidates must have the following qualifications in order to be considered:

  • 10+ years of experience as a practicing attorney
  • Strong knowledge in global privacy and cyber security laws
  • A strong academic record from top schools
  • Strong organizational skills, ability to juggle multiple priorities & meet short deadlines, and work in a very fast-paced environment
  • Strong advocacy, negotiation, interpersonal and legal research skills
  • Strategic and innovative thinker

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Litigation Counsel

Our client, a dynamic consumer driven company in the Minneapolis area, is seeking an experienced litigator to join their expanding legal function. This role is intended for someone with strong litigation and dispute resolution skills and with experience or willingness to provide legal support in the areas of product safety, advertising, product compliance, and discovery hub programs. This position will get immediate practical experience managing an active caseload and supervising outside Counsel and will have early opportunities for growth providing legal support to internal business clients.

Responsibilities for this role will include the following:

  • Efficiently manage product liability and warranty claims and other litigated matters in a manner that reflects internal priorities and protects company interests.
  • Negotiate litigation settlements and represent company at mediations and trials.
  • Utilize data and metrics to assist legal department in evaluating its litigation management programs and outside counsel and reducing litigation related costs.
  • Provide legal review on a variety of marketing and related materials for internal business clients.
  • Supervise and provide legal support in the discovery process for a variety of different types of litigation.
  • Conduct corporate training on a variety of legal issues.
  • Monitor, review and resolve day-to day legal and regulatory issues as they are assigned.

Candidates must have the following qualifications in order to be considered:

  • Minnesota licensed attorney with 10+ years of litigation experience, preferably in the areas of product liability and warranty litigation.
  • Strong negotiation and dispute resolution skills.
  • A strong academic record from top schools
  • Must be an assertive, self-starter with excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills and superior time management skills
  • Demonstrated ability to provide practical and strategic legal advice to management team

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Associate General Counsel-Charlotte area

Our client, a dynamic Fortune technology driven company, is seeking an experienced attorney to join their team in the Charlotte area. This role will be responsible for all aspects of supervising and coordinating the efforts of a legal team, including budget and legal practice area management, case assignment, and the hiring and professional development of staff. This position will advise business leaders and management on a broad range of regulatory and compliance matters, including identifying areas of risk and suggested improvements.

Responsibilities for this role will include the following:

  • Negotiate and draft contractual agreements and advise on various legal issues
  • Provide a high quality legal partnership to company leadership
  • Negotiate and draft supply agreements and provide advice and counsel to the Procurement team
  • Work closely with Chief Litigation Counsel to resolve disputes with suppliers
  • Provide training to procurement team on topics relevant to supply agreements

Candidates should have seven to fifteen years of a strong mix of law firm and in-house experience, plus legal experience in supply side contracts.

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APAC Assistant General Counsel-Data Privacy

Our client, a US based Fortune 100 technology driven company, is seeking an experienced Data Privacy lawyer to work in a lead capacity in the APAC region to ensure that systems, products, applications and websites comply with applicable data privacy and data protection obligations. This role will serve as subject matter expert on, and operationalize compliance efforts with respect to, data privacy laws in the APAC region, including marketing requirements (e.g., consent requirements), cross-border data transfer restrictions, data localization requirements, and website privacy policy requirements. THIS ROLE CAN BE BASED AT ANY OF THE COMPANY’S LOCATIONS THROUGHOUT THE APAC REGION.

Additional responsibilities will include the following:

  • Act as a contact point for data protection authorities on issues relating to data processing and consult with data protection authorities with regard to any other matter where appropriate.
  • Work with legal counsel, management, key departments, and committees to ensure the Company has and maintains appropriate privacy consents, notices, and other documentation reflecting current organization and legal practices and requirements.
  • Maintain current knowledge of applicable data privacy laws in the APAC region, including the China’s Cybersecurity Law, South Korea’s Personal Information Protection Act, Philippines’ Data Privacy Act, Singapore’s Personal Data Protection Act, Japan’s Act on the Protection of Personal Information, and Australia’s Privacy Act.
  • Conduct Privacy Impact Assessments to ensure compliance with applicable data privacy laws and regulations and Company policies.
  • Develop and implement strategic plans for the collection, use, and sharing of information in a manner that maximizes its value while complying with applicable data privacy laws and regulations.
  • Lead efforts to ensure that the Company complies with cross-border data transfer restrictions and data localization requirements in the APAC region with respect to both intra-company transfers and transfers to third parties.
  • Support negotiations with customers on data privacy contractual provisions.
  • Advise businesses and functions on data privacy issues associated with mergers and acquisitions.

Candidates must have the following qualifications to be considered:

  • Five to Ten years practicing APAC data privacy law at a law firm or corporate in-house legal department
  • Strong organizational and operational skills
  • English fluency
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Excellent judgment, particularly on risk
  • Executive presence
  • Experience operationalizing data privacy laws across a multinational organization, preferred

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Global Director, Intellectual Property

Our client, a recognized global leader in the cleantech field, is seeking an experienced patent attorney to lead their IP team.
This role will work closely with the General Counsel, C-suite executives and other members of the executive management team and liaise with their science and engineering technical teams. They must develop an excellent knowledge of the group’s strategy and business model, and methods of creation of intellectual property, and facilitate the efficient capture and exploitation of innovations.

Responsibilities for this role will include the following:

  • Develop and drive the company’s Global IP Strategy in line with the group’s business strategy and goals
  • Work closely with science and engineering R&D teams to integrate science and engineering developments into their IP strategy
  • Global responsibility for the company’s international IP portfolio that includes patents, trade secrets and trademarks, using both in-house and outside resources (US counsel and foreign agents)
  • Manage the existing IP team, consisting of 3 other IP professionals, and interface effectively with the other members of the group’s legal department,
  • Interface with and advise the C-suite and executive management team regarding IP matters
  • Prepare and actively manage IP budget
  • Manage, and actively participate in, patent drafting, filing, and prosecution worldwide
  • Perform, coordinate, and advise on patentability, freedom to operate, invalidity and state-of-the-art searches, obtain legal opinions when necessary
  • Provide IP support for business development activities, such as due diligence, business and research collaborations, in-licensing and out-licensing negotiations, and partnering
  • Assist with IP-related investor due diligence, and reviewing and negotiating agreements to support the group’s investment activities

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Global Head of Labor & Employment-Michigan

Our client, a dynamic technology oriented company, is seeking an experienced attorney to manage global employment and labor matters for the company. This global role will be responsible for managing a variety of employment law issues and providing clear, actionable advice to HR and management. This person will partner closely with their human resources team to provide subject matter knowledge of a broad range of employment issues, including wage and hour, labor, recruiting and hiring, employee management, and HR best practices.

Responsibilities for this role will include the following:

  • Work closely with HR and advise on a wide-range of employment matters, such as recruiting/hiring, performance management, training, wage and hour compliance, terminations, and the use of contractors and consultants, assessing risk, building processes and earning influence through exhibited expertise
  • Draft and negotiate a variety of employment¬-related agreements and HR policies, including the company’s handbook
  • Stay apprised of best practices, trends and developments in labor/employment law and apply them to the business
  • Help to develop and implement self-service tools and processes for the HR team
  • Collaborate with the Compliance team to structure employment law compliance across multiple jurisdictions
  • Manage and oversee outside counsel where needed, including litigation, arbitration and government agency investigations

Candidates must have the following qualifications to be considered:

  • At least eight years of prior legal experience, law firm and/or in house
  • Significant experience in US employment and labor laws, global experience and knowledge in employment/labor practices preferred; litigation practice a plus
  • Detail oriented, organized and efficient
  • Self-starter with strong inter-personal skills
  • Ability to efficiently prioritize and handle multiple requests from internal clients
  • Strong sense of ethics, integrity and sound judgment

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General Counsel-Kansas City

Our client is seeking a General Counsel who will be responsible for all legal affairs of a $500 million-plus Department of Energy, National Nuclear Security Administration management and operating contract business. This position provides legal counsel and assistance to General Management and the various operating divisions to ensure maximum protection of the legal rights of the Division, and to ensure operations remain within the limits prescribed by law and the business’ contracts with the federal government.

Primary responsibilities for this role will include:

  • Dispute resolution and litigation efforts and strategy, including management of outside counsel as appropriate.
  • Development and dissemination of policy and directions on legal aspects of operating activities for the guidance and control of operating divisions.
  • Representation the Division in the negotiation and administration of the Prime Contract, including all changes, modifications, disputes, and related reimbursement authorizations.
  • Provision of counsel in the conduct of relationships with the NNSA and other federal and state bureaus and agencies.
  • Assistance in negotiations as required and review and approve written agreements, contracts, or other legal instruments involving the rights and obligations of the Division.
  • Remaining current with federal, state, and local judicial decisions, laws, and other regulations affecting the Division’s operations and provide appropriate guidance, particularly in regard to Department of Energy acquisition regulations and policies.
  • Providing legal guidance and counsel relative to intellectual property including, patent, trademark, and copyright matters.

Candidates must have the following qualifications in order to be considered:

  • At least six years with major law firm, relevant government and/or Corporate experience
  • Strong legal background which includes subject matter expertise in energy, corporate, commercial, and intellectual property laws
  • Possession of a Q level security clearance or its DOD equivalent
  • General understanding of litigation, environment, safety and health, government contracts, and employment law.
  • Experience in Department of Energy management and operating contract legal requirements, or the equivalent.

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Trademark Counsel-Northern Virginia

Fortune technology driven company in Northern Virginia is seeking an attorney to work with a wide range of internal clients regarding availability and protection of trademarks. Responsibilities will include, but not be limited to: reviewing and analyzing preliminary and comprehensive trademark clearance searches in the US and throughout the world and rendering availability opinions; preparing and filing trademark applications, prosecuting trademark applications and portfolio management; drafting Office Action responses for US trademark filings and managing outside counsel on the preparation of responses throughout the world and evaluating and filing trademark oppositions, cancellations and other similar proceedings. Candidates must have at least six years of substantive trademark clearance, prosecution and maintenance experience.

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Technology & Compliance Counsel-Northern Virginia or New Jersey location

Fortune technology driven company in Northern Virginia is seeking an experienced attorney to support compliance and governance initiatives for its global Enterprise business unit. This is a unique position that entails working in a globally integrated business unit of a large technology company engaged in providing digital solutions to their customers. This position offers the opportunity to support a variety of activities in the emerging areas of Unified Communications, Security, and Managed Network Services. The ideal candidate will: provide analysis of complex transactions involving the support and delivery of high tech security, advanced communications, and managed network solutions to Fortune 1000, government, and other international multi-nationals; and provide compliance advice on the applicability of various industry standards and certifications to Enterprise products and services.

Candidates must have six or more years of relevant work experience at a law firm/ government, and or corporation with a strong security, privacy, or high tech practice; practical understanding and substantive knowledge of various industry standards, including data security requirements applicable to advanced technologies (ex: FISMA, PCI, HIPAA, ISO 27000).

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Director, Patent Litigation-New Jersey

Our client, a dynamic global pharmaceutical company, is seeking an experienced patent litigator to join their team. This role will partner with the Global Head of Intellectual Property on patent litigation, as well as due diligence with regards to domestic and international transactions.

Candidates must have the following qualification in order to be considered:

  • Ten to fifteen years of strong patent litigation, specifically ANDA litigation
  • A strong academic record from top schools
  • Major law firm training
  • The proven ability to partner with and influence all levels of senior management

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Corporate Counsel-Life Sciences

Our client is a dynamic life sciences company headquartered in the New York metro area. We are seeking an attorney will serve as counsel for the company in connection with license agreements, research collaborations, and various business development and sourcing transactions. This role will be responsible for drafting, reviewing and negotiating agreements and providing advice to management regarding proposed transactions and compliance with existing contractual obligations, regulations, company policy and general corporate and commercial law. The successful candidate will have demonstrated experience in drafting agreements and transactional documents, advising on intellectual property matters and technology licensing arrangements, as well as general corporate and regulatory matters specific to the biotechnology and pharmaceuticals industries.

Responsibilities will include the following:

  • Works closely with internal clients (including scientific and business leaders) in connection with research collaborations, licensing arrangements and sourcing transactions.
  • Drafts, reviews and negotiates intellectual property and technology license agreements, research collaboration agreements, material transfer agreements, sponsored research agreements, confidentiality agreements, vendor agreements, and consulting agreements.
  • Works closely with the intellectual property group to ensure proper protection of intellectual property assets.
  • Works closely with the regulatory and compliance groups to advise clients on relevant regulatory and legal matters impacting existing or proposed arrangements, including regulations specific to genetic sequencing, privacy, antitrust, as well as general corporate and commercial law.

Candidates must have the following requirements to be considered:

  • Three to ten years of relevant experience with either a major law firm or life science company
  • Demonstrated expertise with negotiating and drafting complex agreements (biotech, pharmaceutical and/or life sciences experience preferred).
  • Technology and intellectual property licensing experience (biotech, pharmaceutical and/or life sciences experience preferred)

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Senior Advertising Technology Attorney

Great opportunity to join a global cutting edge technology company looking to hire an attorney with 7+ years to lead a legal team supporting their advertising business. You will work directly with the business, serving as lead counsel on strategic deals, providing day-to-day advice, helping launch innovative new products, resolving issues that arise in existing commercial relationships, and handling pre-litigation legal disputes and inquiries. Additional duties include advising on privacy and regulatory compliance issues. In this role, you will oversee and develop a team of talented attorneys and other legal professionals. Ideal candidate will have knowledge of digital advertising technology.

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Director, Regulatory Law-New York Metro area

As an integral member of the law department of this high growth biopharmaceutical company, this role will provide legal support to a wide range of internal clients, including commercial, manufacturing, regulatory, procurement, clinical development and R&D. This person will be responsible for advising the Regulatory Affairs department on emerging legal issues and providing advice and counsel on a wide range of regulatory issues in the U.S. and overseas. The attorney will serve as a proactive, solutions-oriented ethical counselor to internal clients.

The ideal candidate will have deep knowledge of the Food, Drug & Cosmetic Act and implementing regulations as well as other laws and regulations impacting the healthcare industry. Experience with the False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute, privacy laws etc. a plus, as well as a strong academic record from top schools.

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Senior Attorney, Managed Markets

Dynamic global pharmaceutical company is seeking an experienced attorney to provide legal support to their managed markets and sales organizations. Responsibilities will include drafting, reviewing and negotiating commercial contracts, 3rd party vendor agreements, service agreements, consulting agreements and other corporate agreements; Proactively prevent or minimize legal risk to the company, and help drive legal strategy to align and achieve business strategic goals and serve as a business partner in support of key customer groups. Candidates should have at least six years of relevant industry or law firm experience; experience within the healthcare/pharmaceutical industry; experience with government price reporting preferred, but not required and ty strong problem-solving and decision making skills with demonstrated ability to think creatively and devise solutions to challenging problems.

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Contracts Counsel-Medical Devices

Our client, a NYSE-listed, leading global medical devices manufacturer and distributer, is looking for a personable and capable lawyer with at least 5-10 years of strong contract drafting and negotiating experience focused on medical devices. The position will focus primarily on drafting, review and negotiation of contracts, including pricing agreements, GPO and IDN agreements, discount program agreements, supply and vendor agreements, distribution agreements, license agreements, government contracts, service agreements, consulting agreements, and other contracts.

Required experience:

  • 5-10 years of legal experience, preferably at least 3 years in a law firm and at least 2 years in an in-house legal department. If direct from law firm, 6-7 years experience ideal and experience working with medical device clients required.
  • Working knowledge of anti-kickback laws
  • Experience representing medical device or other health care company
  • Experience drafting and negotiating complex legal agreements
  • Strong drafting skills
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • Highest integrity and strong work ethic
  • Ability to work independently
  • Ability to travel up to 5-10%
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Ability to multi-task, prioritize and establish goals
  • Ability to work with multiple departments across the organization

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