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Commercial Counsel - Healthcare & Research Sites (Remote)

Pleasanton, CA
Full Time
Exp.: 6+ Years
The Role:
Veeva’s Commercial Legal Team is looking for an attorney with experience contracting with large healthcare institutions, academic medical centers, and public agencies to be part of our highly motivated, tightly-knit, and collaborative legal team. You will work closely with our research site solutions team and lead legal negotiations with our customers, efficiently bringing deals to a favorable close. We are looking for a high performer who has exceptional communication skills and is adaptable, team-oriented, loves to learn, and operates with a high degree of integrity.

This role is located in the United States and will report to the Associate General Counsel, U.S. Commercial.

What You'll Do
  • Negotiate and draft SaaS subscription agreements, business associate agreements, and NDAs with healthcare, research site, and government customers.
  • Support Veeva’s product, sales, and strategy teams as we add new products and services for healthcare, research site, and government customers.
  • Coordinate with internal and external subject matter experts, including external counsel, when needed.
  • Respond to inquiries re-contract interpretation and compliance.
  • Assist with other corporate and contracting initiatives as required.
  • Support the continuous improvement of internal processes.
  • Establish and build good working relationships with internal clients, based on mutual trust and respect, as well as knowledge of the company’s business, needs, and goals.
  • Other ad hoc special assignments.

  • Experience with different kinds of commercial transactions (e.g., SaaS, strategic alliance, IP licensing, software licensing, working with contractors, outsourcing, facilities, etc.).
  • Experience with government (state and Federal) and healthcare contracting.
  • A confident, effective, and positive negotiator who can lead the process, focus on important issues, and efficiently bring deals to a favorable close.
  • Strong aptitude towards drafting documents, emails, and anything else in a very precise manner, while still being concise and digestible for non-lawyers. Attention to detail is a must.
  • Ability to successfully work independently with little guidance, but also able to use good judgment and escalate issues when needed.
  • Skilled at working cross-functionally and collaboratively with different departments.
  • Licensed attorney. Active status in a U.S. state bar (ideally where the position is located).
  • Minimum 6 years of experience in a reputable law firm and/or in-house.
  • Strong academic background, including J.D. from a top U.S. law school.

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