Assistant General Counsel (24343)
- JD or LLM degree (willing to accept foreign education equivalent).
- Five years of legal experience.
- Experience must include five years of:
o Devising and managing strategies to address a portfolio of matters that includes complex civil litigation, regulatory defense, internal investigations, administrative law issues, and third-party subpoenas and requests for information ;
o Advising clients in connection with complex litigation matters pending in state and federal courts, and advising clients in connection with complex legal matters that implicate cross-border issues ;
o Defending and taking depositions, preparing company witnesses for depositions, including working extensively with in-house counsel, reviewing analysis of expert witnesses and report drafting, and assisting in preparing experts for depositions;
o Drafting pleadings, motions, and other significant submissions and correspondence in civil proceedings, including motions to dismiss, motions for summary judgment, motions in limine, confidentiality stipulations and orders, affidavits and affirmations, and discovery dispute-related communications;
o Participating in and advising clients on negotiations involving document production including scope, timing, and manner, as well as negotiations involving various means of testimony;
o Conducting legal research concerning complex questions of law and procedure, and researching and drafting materials regarding securities law, state-by-state variations in law, and procedural issues relevant to state and federal courts;
o Advising on substantive and procedural matters involving third-party subpoenas and other inquiries from third parties;
o Negotiating scope and terms relating to discovery and overseeing legal assistants and technical staff on electronic discovery matters;
o Developing and executing investigation plans for complex investigations, including interviewing witnesses and drafting conclusions; and
o Developing and executing defensible strategic plans for large-scale, complex litigation discovery matters, and overseeing client responses to significant commercial litigation matters.
- Must possess: license to practice law in New York or anywhere in the U.S. with New York in-house counsel exemption.
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