Draft, review, revise and negotiate terms and conditions on a broad range of commercial documents and contracts/agreements (e.g. sale, service, supply, purchase, distribution, lease, warranty, indemnification), ensuring that the writings appropriately address business and legal needs.
The position will focus primarily on drafting, review and negotiation of contracts, including distribution agreements, license agreements, government contracts, pricing agreements, GPO and IDN agreements, service agreements, quality and regulatory agreements, and other contracts.
In this role, you will be seeking someone who is able to employ a broad range of techniques that enable the firm to tailor clients' estate plans to their specific needs. Excellent opportunity to join a leading practice group. Special consideration will be given to attorneys with an LLM in Tax.
The Patent Attorney must have a degree in Computer Science or Electrical Engineering with work experience as a software developer, excellent academic credentials, and must be registered to practice before the USPTO.
The candidate must be skilled in drafting agreements with variety of service providers and customers in the areas of federal contracting requirements, contracting with Group Purchasing Organization (GPOs), Specialty Pharmacies and Wholesalers, and have experience with Fair Market Value assessments for determining appropriate pricing for commercial contracts.
The Corporate SEC Counsel & Compliance position will ensure that INAP operates within the law at all times, offer counsel on legal issues, support corporate strategic and tactical legal initiatives; and facilitate business strategies development.