CDI - Europe Services Counsel Competition Law and Aftermarkets

CDI - Europe Services Counsel Competition Law and Aftermarkets

GE Healthcare

Buc, France

Role Summary:

Provides legal support to GE Healthcare Service business teams in Europe with particular focus on aftermarkets and competition law. This will include assisting with ongoing and potential future investigations by the competition authorities, conducting risk assessments and providing training to the business teams. The role will also include advising on a wide range of legal and compliance matters and acting as a strategic business partner to support the senior business leaders in the region.

Key responsibilities/essential functions include:

  • Assist with the defense strategy development and evidence gathering for investigations and litigation in the area of competition law;
  • Support implementation of the competition law compliance program for Services business in various countries (where necessary);
  • Support the aftermarket risk assessment in Europe and develop the remediation program tailored to the risks identified in each jurisdiction;
  • Assist with updating the aftermarket policy for Services and develop the new areas of guidance (complex public tenders, joint bidding etc.);
  • Develop a training programme for the field teams based on the aftermarket;
  • Roll out aftermarket training in all key jurisdictions and conduct regular refresh;
  • Support regional Services teams with legal questions around regular interactions in the aftermarket;
  • Support development of a proactive aftermarket strategy in various markets;
  • Support the Service Marketing team with the development of materials for the field teams;
  • Provide general commercial legal support for GE Healthcare Services businesse in various countries in Europe;
  • Support negotiations of strategic Service deals with key accounts across Europe;
  • Support regular Compliance Review Board meetings with the senior Services management staff, drive risk assessment remediation;
  • Manage pre-litigation and litigation matters for Services;
  • Be motivator and energizer for a strong culture of integrity;
  • Collaborate actively with other legal counsels and functions in a matrix organization.

Desired Characteristics:

Required Qualifications:

  • JD (or equivalent) under a European jurisdiction;
  • Significant business law experience at a large law firm or corporate legal department, including previous experience of competition law matters across various jurisdictions in Europe;
  • Previous experience in identifying and resolving legal issues quickly and effectively and ability to make on the spot risk calls;
  • Previous experience prioritizing conflicting demands from multiple business clients in an extremely fast paced environment;
  • Ability to communicate using English (another European language (French or Italian) is a plus).

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience of the Healthcare industry and previous exposure to medical industry regulations;
  • Experience in dealing with European competition law matters (investigations, drafting guidelines etc.);
  • Demonstrated experience providing legal advice in a highly regulated environment.

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