William Cueto
William Cueto

Advisor Healthcare Business Process Advisory Board, Jerome Lejeune Foundation USA
EVP, One Nation Health

Experienced Fortune 250 VP in-house corporate attorney with a comprehensive blend of general corporate and subject matter expertise, providing strategic legal counsel for over 20 years through the full company life cycle consisting of privately held start up, going public, mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, being acquired, becoming a division of a Fortune 250 publicly traded company, and leading a corporate global function for a Fortune 250 publicly traded company.

Strong experience with legal department management and talent development, providing general legal counsel and strategic leadership to executive and business unit management, global compliance program development and management across U.S., EMEA, ASIAPAC, and LATAM, Board of Directors – Audit Committee and executive management level reporting, contract drafting and negotiations of complex business transactions, mergers & acquisitions due diligence, litigation and outside counsel management, regulatory and legislative relations, technology development and sales legal support.

Major Accomplishments include successfully building and managing the legal department for a $3 Billion division of Fortune 250 Company; building an integrated global compliance program across 30 plus business lines and corporate functions for Fortune 250 global company, serving as the VP global compliance program leader.

Areas of concentration include general corporate law, international law, AML, Anti-bribery, trade sanctions, data privacy, ERISA, ACA, retirement plans, employment and labor law (Title VII, EEO, FLSA, ADA, FMLA, OSHA), global human resources and PEO related law, drafting and negotiating complex business agreements, acquisition due diligence, litigation management, global compliance programs, government regulatory and legislative relations, technology law, advising executive and business unit management, talent acquisition and development, culture building, and ethics and business code of conduct development.

Thought #7: Either we will cure them of their innocence, or there will be a new massacre of the Innocents.  
Thought 7
Pr. Jerome Lejeune, "21 Thoughts from Jerome Lejeune"
Thought #6: When parents are worried about a sick child, we have no right to make them wait -not even one night- if we can do otherwise.  
Thought 6
Pr. Jerome Lejeune, "21 Thoughts from Jerome Lejeune"
Thought #5: Again and again we see this absolute misconception of trying to defeat a disease by eliminating the patient! It’s ridiculous to stand beside a patient and solemnly say, ‘Who is this upstart who refuses to be cured ? How dare he resist our art ? Let’s get rid of him!’ Medicine becomes mad science when it attacks the patient instead of fighting the disease. We must always be on the patient’s side, always.  
Thought 5
Pr. Jerome Lejeune, "21 Thoughts from Jerome Lejeune"

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