Summary: The Director, Corporate Counsel will provide legal support for general corporate, clinical development and commercial activities of the Company.
Develops a thorough understanding of and familiarity with the company's business, its people, products, markets, facilities, customers and competitors and utilizes that knowledge in providing guidance and counsel to internal clients.
Establishes a rapport and a working relationship with business unit management and personnel at all levels to encourage and continue the proactive use of in-house legal counsel.
Provides day-to-day legal advice regarding a wide range of activities and programs related to drug product development and commercial activities.
Draws up, negotiates and reviews contracts involving confidentiality, research services, consulting, advisory board, clinical trials, investigator sponsored research, informed consent form, vendor and related contract matters.
Identifies and communicates to clients risks associated with day-to-day operational business activities, including training clients on applicable legal issues within lawyer's expertise.
Partners with clients to proactively apply legal and regulatory framework to business activity by understanding business goals and developing alternative solutions to assist in the achievement of successful outcomes.
Negotiates on behalf of, and partners with, clients to achieve solutions consistent with business objectives.
Builds constructive working relationships with client base and operates as an active member of legal and client teams.
Coordinates legal matters handled by outside counsel.
Other duties and responsibilities, as assigned.
JD degree and bar admittance in New Jersey (or eligibility for limited in-house license) and a minimum 8 years related legal experience representing life sciences companies.
In-house, public company experience preferred.
Experience in general corporate matters, including transactional documents, license agreements, regulatory matters, risk management and contract management.
Experience in contract, business, FDA, and drug laws and regulations specific to the life science industry.
Ability to identify, strategize and respond to a broad range of issues related to business, operations and risk management.
Ability to analyze, interpret, and apply government regulations, guidelines, and requirements.
Ability to identify problems and work to implement solutions.
Ability to exercise good judgment regarding the interpretation of policies, development of procedures, and selection of appropriate courses of action.
Self-starter with strong drive for results and strong sense of ownership, but also willing to take direction.
Superior communication and interpersonal skills.
Ability to work in a team environment and assist others, as needed.
Must have excellent communication skills (verbal and written).
Highly organized with a strong attention to detail, clarity, accuracy and conciseness.
Highly proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook).
Must successfully exhibit Insmed’s five (5) core corporate competencies of: Excellence, Accountability, Driven, Collaborative and Solutions; along with any other position specific competencies.
Individuals must demonstrate the ability to interact successfully in a dynamic and culturally diverse workplace.
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