Paige is a software company helping pathologists and clinicians make faster, more informed diagnostic and treatment decisions by mining decades of data from the world’s experts in cancer care. We are leading a digital transformation in pathology by leveraging advanced Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology to create value for the oncology clinical team.

We are the first company to develop clinical grade AI tools for the pathologist, which resulted in our receiving FDA breakthrough designation for our first product. Paige has also received FDA-clearance for our digital viewer, FullFocus™. We have also established multiple relationships with biopharma, laboratory, and equipment manufacturers that enables Paige to develop an ecosystem ready to help patients receive better diagnoses and treatment.

We are seeking a highly motivated Associate Counsel to join our growing Legal team.  In this position you will interface with all functions of our company and play a key role in ensuring our continued success. 

We are all working from home and when it is safe to return, this position will be based in our NYC office.  

Responsibilities:

  • Build relationships and collaborate with all of our teams (including Product, Sales, Engineering, Regulatory, and Business Development) to further cross-functional alignment/coordination of transactional terms and on providing strategic advice from a commercial legal perspective.
  • Assist the Corporate Counsel in overseeing outside counsel.
  • Perform complex legal research in our highly regulated environment.
  • Assist in developing, drafting, negotiating, and managing a high volume of transactional documents, such as commercial contracts, SaaS Agreements, NDA's, BAAs, DPAs, license agreements, etc.
  • Support the continuous improvement of our standard form agreements and the contracting processes.
  • Assist in enhancing and managing the Paige’s contracting process.
  • Respond promptly to legal requests from internal stakeholders and other clients, summarizing and communicating legal concepts that teams can use and understand.

About you:

  • Admitted to practice law in the US and a member in good standing of a state bar (NY or NJ preferred).
  • 4+ years as a practicing attorney, with at least 3+ years of focused legal practice advising tech-based life sciences and/or healthcare clients.
  • Experience providing pragmatic and actionable advice to life science and tech clients on different legal risks concerning their industries, while also taking business needs into consideration.
  • Experience drafting and negotiating complex commercial agreements, including SaaS agreements, licensing agreements, collaboration agreements, MSAs, BAAs, DPAs, NDAs, with an understanding of intellectual property issues and data licensing and privacy concepts.
  • Practical and logical thinker with the ability to keep the big picture in focus, while drilling down on the details.
  • Ability to communicate complex legal issues effectively across business units and to execute in a cross-functional, fast-paced business environment.
  • Experience advising on privacy and data security laws in the U.S., U.K., Europe and Brazil (including CCPA, GDPR and LGDP) a plus.
  • Experience with healthcare law (Sunshine Act, Stark Law, anti-kickback laws, adverse event reporting laws, and medical device regulations, and HIPAA) or regulatory law (e.g., FDA) a plus.

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