RefleXion’s revolutionary technology is a marriage of complex software, electromechanical, high energy physics and imaging systems that enable a fundamentally new way to treat cancer. The General Counsel/Head of Legal will serve the critical role of providing strategic legal advice to the management team and working with other key internal and external stakeholders to drive internal governance, compliance and risk management activities for our organization.


The successful candidate will be an experienced attorney who is capable of working with, and providing legal advice to, our executive team and the Board.



  • Provides counsel, legal opinion and legal interpretation to management and the Board on a wide range of legal matters
  • Oversees the definition and development of corporate compliance activities including the creation of policies, procedures and programs
  • Oversees the drafting, reviewing and approval of all company agreements, including key agreements relating to customers, partnership arrangements, suppliers and vendors, payers, distributors, clinical trials, software and technology licensing, employment and consulting
  • Provides legal advice and counsel relating to global international expansion
  • Oversees corporate governance, including maintenance of corporate records working with outside counsel, where required, on securities law matters
  • Actively participates in corporate-level transactions, including identifying key issues and risks, working closely with other members of the company’s management team and informing and advising the company’s Board of Directors as needed
  • Leads the in-house legal team hiring and managing a team of in-house legal professionals



  • Juris Doctorate (J.D.) degree from a recognized university
  • California Bar Registration
  • 17+ years of legal experience, either in-house or in a legal practice
  • Strong commercial contracting background
  • Demonstrated experience advising management teams or clients on a wide variety of legal issues with a pragmatic business acumen and an ability to recognize the business consequences of legal advice through the application of strategic thinking
  • Demonstrated understanding of the laws, regulations, standards, and guidance governing the conduct of a newly commercializing Company
  • A strong leader who has the ability to supervise and coordinate the work of a team of legal professionals, paralegals and other consultants
  • Ability to prepare and deliver presentations internally and to external parties and the Board
  • Experience of working with the laws, regulations and standards in the medical device or life-sciences industries preferred
  • Commercial contracting experience with software, complex manufacturing and/or medical device products preferred
  • Recent experience taking a Company through the IPO process preferred



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