Open Position

Title: Senior Director, Legal Business Partner – MS

Location: Remote

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The Senior Director, Legal Business Partner is responsible for supporting TG’s fast-growing Multiple Sclerosis business by providing proactive legal support and guidance across a range of healthcare-related legal issues. This role will be responsible for supporting the Company’s on-market and pipeline products and clinical programs in neurology.

This role reports to the General Counsel.

Key Responsibilities

Serve as a trusted legal and strategic advisor to the MS Commercial, Medical Affairs, HEOR, Regulatory and other functions.

Provide leadership and advice to the TG business partners on healthcare laws and applicable regulations, including anti-kickback, advertising and promotion, fraud and abuse, and PhRMA Code requirements.

Partner with Medical Affairs, Marketing, Sales, Patient Support, HEOR, and Clinical to ensure compliance with legal and regulatory requirements on a broad range of initiatives, including marketing materials, advisory boards, speaker programs, product safety, sales training, and interactions with physicians, patients, and payers.

Serve as the lead legal reviewer on the promotional review committee.

Partner closely with the Compliance team by providing legal guidance on the development and execution of our Compliance program.

Foster a strong internal compliance, ethics, and speak-up culture by creating an environment in which employees see Legal as a value-add strategic partner.

Assist Compliance and employment with conducting investigations into allegations of violations of applicable laws, regulations or policies and recommend corrective action where appropriate

Tackle assigned special projects.

Work closely with outside counsel through effective oversight to assess potential risks and support business objectives.

–           Serve as the disease area expert and providing support to cross functional team members, including onboarding and review of materials

Professional Experience/Qualifications

Required Skills:

A minimum of 5-7 years of relevant experience in a pharmaceutical/biotech industry.

Deep knowledge and understanding of applicable healthcare laws and regulations, including the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, Anti-kickback Statute, False Claims Act, HHS-OIG guidance, and PhRMA Code.

A successful track record of building partnerships with the business based on trust.

In-depth knowledge of commercial, compliance and regulatory matters related to the launch and subsequent commercialization of branded pharmaceutical products.

Other Requirements:

Warm, genuine, approachable and pragmatic communication and working style

Driven to partner with other functions to find solutions that mitigate risk and achieve business objectives

Sense of urgency to complete tasks and excellence at prioritizing

Entrepreneurial spirit and enterprise-ownership mindset

Demonstrated leadership and strong communications skills, business acumen, and ability to analyze and make decisions efficiently

Strong sense of accountability and ownership; proactive and self-motivated

Ability to work independently and collaboratively as part of a team

Curious, growth mindset, with desire to gain new experiences and contribute beyond role

Thrives in a fast-paced, lean, highly dynamic environment

Ability to travel (~20% or less)

Can travel domestically and internationally approximately 25% of the time (post-pandemic).

•           Willingness and ability to travel domestically and internationally, as required.