Sr Corporate Counsel
- Bellevue, WA
This attorney will have responsibility for active management and oversight of all aspects of Intellectual Property ("IP") litigation and disputes, as well as some transactional IP issues and projects, as needed. While the primary responsibility will be managing IP litigation, this job will require an ability to handle general commercial litigation issues in partnership with the larger litigation team on an "as needed" basis. This position reports directly to the Vice President, Intellectual Property & Antitrust, and up to the Senior Vice President, Chief Litigation Counsel.
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Specifically, this attorney will manage IP litigation and disputes, retain and manage outside counsel, manage cost effective budgeting and fee arrangements with outside counsel, coordinate discovery, participate in mediations and arbitrations, engage in settlement negotiations, advise executives and business clients regarding litigation risks, and manage settlements internally. This attorney will also partner with other lawyers in the Legal Department and business clients to proactively mitigate IP risks and disputes and to deliver advice that aligns potential risk mitigation with business objectives. In addition, this attorney will support general commercial litigation matters that may include dispute management in other business areas. This attorney must have a well-developed appreciation for how business goals and operations (including systems, services, products, customer and competitors) guide litigation strategy.
Requirements include a law degree and not less than 8 years experience practicing complex issues primarily focusing on patents and technology. In addition, outstanding business judgement, strong attention to detail, excellent verbal and written communication skills, proven ability to excel in a fast-paced environment, strong customer-oriented interpersonal skills, and a proactive approach to solving problems are required.
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