Senior Counsel (M&A and Governance)

Nashville, TN

Job Description:

The Senior Counsel (M&A and Governance) will be an integral part of OneOncology’s General Counsel office with primary responsibility to support OneOncology’s development and expansion functions as well as manage our corporate governance requirements. Substantive areas of work will include: (i) advice and counsel on various physician practice affiliations (new markets and add-on transactions for existing markets); (ii) drafting and negotiating commercial and healthcare-related contracts for the OneOncology platform with a focus on joint ventures, vertical integration of our practices (radiation, multi-specialty, etc.), and data commercialization; and (iii) hands on counsel for OneOncology’s corporate function regarding governance matters. This role will report to OneOncology’s Chief Legal Officer. Assists in protecting the business’ legal interests and maintaining operations within the scope established by law.

Responsibilities:

  • Advise and counsel OneOncology’s affiliated practices on add-on transactions, joint ventures, physician employment and corporate governance matters with primary responsibility for multiple practices across OneOncology’s network.
  • Review, draft, negotiate and close physician practice affiliations (new markets and add-on transactions in existing markets), including asset purchase agreements, management service agreements, employment agreements and supporting documents across the OneOncology network.
  • Coordinating with and building consensus amongst OneOncology’s internal departments, such as finance, operations, integrations, human resources, and compliance, to meet physician practice affiliation needs, including primary responsibility for interfacing with the business development team on practice affiliations.
  • Managing outside counsel tasks and projects for assigned OneOncology practice affiliations
  • Provide rapid, practical, business-oriented legal and M&A strategic advice directly to business stakeholders.
  • Support business stakeholders in negotiating price and transaction terms in acquisition and affiliation documents.
  • Apply innovative problem-solving skills and practical business judgment to maximize revenues, minimize risk and foster long-term clinical and business partner relationships.
  • Collaborate with and facilitate cross-team decision-making among internal teams.
  • Manage assigned projects to completion.
  • Assist more senior counsel and management in higher level matters, as needed.
  • All other duties as assigned to help drive our mission of improving the lives of everyone living with cancer.

Key Competencies:

  • Healthcare or services industry mergers and acquisitions experience
  • Proven ability to lead M&A transactions and managed corporate governance
  • Familiar with healthcare anti-kickback, self-referral, fraud and abuse laws, and HIPAA
  • Demonstrated success working in a high-performing, results-driven environment
  • Ability to draft and close transaction agreements with minimal support from senior staff
  • Demonstrated ability to think and decide quickly, and to communicate legal issues and solutions clearly and concisely
  • Self-starter with the ability to work efficiently with minimal supervision
  • Ability to manage and bring complex projects to close

Qualifications

  • Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school
  • Member of a state or DC bar
  • 5-10+ years of relevant legal experience in a law firm or corporate legal department

Physical Demands

  • Occasional travel is required
  • Sit up to 8 hours per day

Work Environment

  • Professional, business setting; In person preferred(Nashville) and remote work available depending on location

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