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This position reports to Assistant General Counsel - Litigation and is within the Litigation organization of the Legal Department. The successful candidate will have direct responsibilities relating to the following: general commercial litigation, tort claims and real estate litigation. Specifically, the successful candidate can expect to perform the principal duties and responsibilities listed below.
The Main Responsibilities:
- Work with internal stakeholders to evaluate potential claims and advise on associated risk;
- Analyze company policies and practices to identify areas of risk and develop risk mitigation strategies;
- Provide strong support on all aspects of litigation;
- Manage outside counsel on active and/or potential litigation, including budgeting and cost containment;
- In coordination with other attorneys in the Legal Department, develop and implement litigation strategy on assigned cases;
- Provide legal and litigation support on issues, claims or lawsuits involving general commercial law, contract law, environmental issues, property law, regulatory and/or tax matters and other legal matters that result in litigation risk to the Company;
- Work collaboratively and creatively with various business units in identifying, assessing and mitigating risk;
- As required, manage relationships and matters with legal vendors.
What We Look For in a Candidate:
- Bachelor's and Juris Doctor degrees from an accredited institution(s);
- Admitted to, or qualified for admission to, at least one State Bar;
- 4-8 year's overall experience as a practicing attorney (judicial clerkships will count as practice years), with a minimum of 3 years handling complex litigation.
- Significant experience with commercial litigation, including environmental litigation;
- Prior experience working in an in-house corporate legal department;
- Detail-oriented with strong work ethic, acts with urgency;
- Able to manage numerous projects simultaneously under deadline pressure;
- Demonstrated experience providing quick, practical and solution-oriented counsel to business stakeholders of all levels. Client service mindset;
- High emotional intelligence and business acumen, proven ability to think strategically and creatively to solve challenging, complex problems;
- Team-player, ability to flourish in both collaborative and independent work environments;
- Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Requisition #: 322855
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Note: Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.