Position Summary: Reporting directly to the General Counsel, the Corporate Attorney will focus on support the business with a variety of legal matters with particular emphasis on transactional and compliance work. The Corporate Attorney will create corporate and legal policies, procedures and training for the company and various teams as as they grow, as well as provide legal guidance to internal stakeholders and interface with external partners and outside counsel as needed. Primary Duties & Responsibilities: Provide legal and business advice for issues and risks related to contracts with various external partners, vendors and clients Review, draft, negotiate and execute various types of contracts, terms and conditions, and ensure compliance with applicable regulations and company policies Participate in regular project and team meetings concerning business opportunities, product developments, IP and licensing matters, and to advise on projects with relevant legal guidance Liaise with internal partners, particularly Finance, Sourcing & Procurement, Compliance and People departments on legal matters Create, update and implement agreement templates, policies and training as needed Support the DermTech management team with corporate transactions as needed Advise business colleagues and other cross-functional stakeholders on legal issues and risks, company polices and procedures. Research additional areas of interest and provide guidance to cross-functional teams (e.g., regulatory & compliance, human resources, intellectual property, data privacy, etc.). Education/Experience/Skills: Minimum 5 years’ experience in-house reviewing agreements within life sciences industry. This role requires a JD from an accredited law school and license to practice in at least one US jurisdiction. Experience with agreements for a commercial-stage company required. Excellent communication and time management skills are needed with the ability to work with business leads in a collaborative and supportive role. Strong work ethic and self-motivated with an ability to work independently and manage multiple projects/priorities. Contracting background with specific experience in healthcare compliance matters a plus.
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