Mitchell International, Inc.

  • Sr. Legal Counsel

    Job Location US-CA-San Diego | US-WA-Seattle
    Job ID
    18-8685
    Type
    Regular Hire
  • Company Overview

    Mitchell International, Inc. is a leading provider of information and workflow solutions to the Property & Casualty Claims Industry and their supply chain partners. We solve interesting and complex problems that directly affect the customers our clients serve. We are constantly adapting to stay on the forefront of emerging technologies and we work diligently to maintain our position as a thought leader within our industry.

     

    Mitchells workers compensation national managed care program offers solutions for insurance carriers, third-party administrators and employers. We recommend an integrated suite of solutions that include utilization review and case management with a focus on managing total claims costs while expediting safe return to work.

     

    Job Description

    Reporting to the Director, Assistant General Counsel, the primary responsibility of this position will be commercial contracting and compliance, including negotiating a wide variety of contracts for Mitchell’s independent medical exam services business in the workers compensation industry, including, federal contracts, end user licensing agreements, Master Software and Services Agreements, Consulting Agreements, Reseller Agreements and other applicable agreements to support the business. This position will be located in either San Diego, California or Seattle, Washington.

     

    Responsibilities include:

    • Enhance and maintain federal government contracting compliance program, including assisting with Federal filings, policy review, and physician credentialing and compliance.
    • Work closely with Regulatory Team to insure compliance with State Regulatory Filings for Independent Medical Examinations, Utilization Review, Internal Review Organizations, and External Review Organizations.
    • Draft a variety of agreements; assist in negotiating agreements and in structuring key transaction terms in a manner that helps the business achieve its objectives.
    • Coordinate with the legal team and the business to drive transactions toward completion, including liaising with key legal, sales, account management, human resources, finance, tax, risk management, and other outside business resources.
    • Provide advice on corporate legal issues and business matters to members of the legal department and Executive Management.
    • Participate in interdepartmental procedure improvements with an overall goal of simplifying and accelerating business unit interaction with the legal department.
    • Perform special assignments or projects, without significant supervision.

    Qualifications

    • JD Degree from a top-tier accredited law school with top academic credentials and a license to practice law.
    • 6-10 years of solid legal experience, with some in house counsel experience.
    • Federal government contracts experience required. Regulatory or state licensure experience preferred.
    • Strong background in negotiating commercial contracts, and technology licensing and services agreements.
    • Experience in software licensing and data rights preferred.
    • Proven track record of confronting and successfully resolving complex legal and compliance matters with significant financial and business impact.
    • Demonstrated ability to recognize and weigh business and legal risks; lead strategically and advance innovative solutions.
    • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to interact effectively, work diplomatically, and foster relationships with individuals at all levels including internal contacts, outside attorneys and clients.
    • Highly developed written and oral communication skills, with the ability to clearly articulate recommendations and options regarding complex legal issues.

    Mitchell International, an equal opportunity employer, values the diversity of our workforce and the knowledge of our people.  Mitchell will not discriminate against an applicant or employee on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex/gender, age, physical or mental disability, military or veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local law.

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