We are looking for an Commercial / Brand Attorney to join the legal team as one of a handful of elite, practical, business savvy, and smart in-house lawyers at our headquarters in New York. This role will report to the General Counsel and will be responsible for all things related to commercial, brand, marketing, and market access.
The Commercial / Brand Attorney is expected be comfortable with being uncomfortable and working within a new and evolving industry while handling several projects at the same time on tight deadlines, requiring you to prioritize and re-prioritize. You will have a direct and major impact on Alyvant’s plans to scale and build and will work collaboratively with each department at the company. You should pride yourself on being able to think on your feet, follow through and deliver on time and error-free, embrace a growth mindset, communicate crisply, decide confidently, have a high emotional quotient, and be creative, collaborative, friendly, flexible, hard-working, and eager to learn about all facets of the business—not just stick to what you already know.
- Experience supporting sales and marketing with advertising, promotion, and labeling issues including sitting on a promotional review board or committee
- Experience reviewing advertising, copy and promotional materials, conducting product reviews, evaluating proposals for advisory board meetings, and reviewing labels
- Experience providing legal advice for a wide range of regulatory matters, including, but not limited to FDA rules and regulations and state-level equivalents as well as market access
- Experience drafting and negotiating pharma-related commercial contracts (e.g. supply, manufacturing, distribution, clinical trial, managed markets) and/or other agreements
- Providing regulatory and compliance support on a variety of matters
- Perform other duties as assigned
- Help build an incredible legal and compliance department from the ground level.
- Attorney with a JD, admission to a state bar, and 5-10 years of relevant in-house and/or law firm experience
- Experience counseling clients on a variety of FDA regulatory matters, preferably prior in-house experience in pharmaceutical/biotech companies
- Detailed knowledge with telemedicine and privacy and security laws, including HIPAA
- Detailed knowledge of Stark, Anti-Kickback and False Claims Act requirements
- Detailed knowledge of CMS and HHS rules and regulations related to pharmacy
- Experience with state pharmacy regulations, state pharmacy boards, PBM and payer contract compliance and pharmacy accreditations
- Experience drafting and negotiating complex commercial agreements
- Interest in and ability to understand the business and find solutions, not just point to problems
- Unwavering integrity
- Ability to work independently
- A proven track record of the above.