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This is a (1099) Independent Contractor Opportunity Uncapped Income Potential! 100K Per Year Attorney at Law Magazine is looking for driven and enthusiastic Independent Contractors with sales experience to launch new Editions in their local community. This is an outside sales-based business that you can run out of your home office. Our sales professionals have successfully launched over 20 loc...
SUNY Upstate Medical University Syracuse, NY, 13201
Upstate is seeking an experienced health care lawyer who will be expected to handle and oversee a broad range of health care related assignments at Upstate, including, but not limited to: hospital operational support; health care risk management; clinical-related issues; regulatory issues; accreditation; clinical affiliation agreements; HIPAA issues; health care reform and reimbursement; medical s...
SUNY Upstate Medical University Syracuse, NY, 13201
Supporting the efforts of the Technology Transfer Office, the candidate will work closely with Upstate researchers and clinicians to identify technologies whose commercialization will benefit society. Responsibilities include: recommend Intellectual Property strategies, develop and implement strategies for identified IP working with innovators and attorneys to obtain IP protection, develop and imp...

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