Procter & Gamble is one of the largest FMCG (Fast Moving Consumer Goods) company in the world with strong brands like Pampers, Ariel, Always, Gillette and Oral B just to name a few. Are you looking for an opportunity to work with P&G- Legal Team?
The Legal Counsel will be responsible to provide top-class legal support to one or more businesses of the group in Indian Sub-continent. Specifically, the incumbent would be responsible for the following:
Providing guidance on industry-specific laws, ethical promotions and ensuring all compliances are met;
Drafting, Vetting, Negotiating, and executing all commercial contracts and agreements across the commercial business and business development;
Management of Litigations
Supporting global Patent and Trademark Departments on local Intellectual Property-related matters;
Supporting business development initiatives including that of negotiation and execution of documents;
Providing legal support for clinical trials and new product development;
Collaborating with the Compliance Officer for the development and implementation of and compliance with processes, policies and training, including those related to the FCPA;
Supporting all legal initiatives related to brand protection;
Working closely with the internal Government Relations Department on Government relations matters;
Partnering with other functions such as Medical, Regulatory, HR, Sales, Marketing, Distribution & R&D on specific legal issues;
Legal service providers/ external counsel management.
Job locations: Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
LOOKING APPLICANTS WITH BELOW SKILL SETS:
LEARNING AGILITY – ABILITY TO QUICKLY LEARN THE NUANCES OF THE MULTI-FACETED BUSINESS
BUSINESS PARTNERING – ABILITY TO BUILD A STRONG NETWORK BOTH INTERNALLY AND EXTERNALLY FOR EFFECTIVE
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