• Sr. Litigation Counsel

    LinkedInMountain View, CA 94039

    Job #2508087177

  • LinkedIn is the world's largest professional network, built to create economic opportunity for every member of the global workforce. Our products help people make powerful connections, discover exciting opportunities, build necessary skills, and gain valuable insights every day. We're also committed to providing transformational opportunities for our own employees by investing in their growth. We aspire to create a culture that's built on trust, care, inclusion, and fun - where everyone can succeed. Join us to transform the way the world works. This role can be based in Sunnyvale or San Francisco. At LinkedIn, we trust each other to do our best work where it works best for us and our teams. This role offers a hybrid work option, meaning you can both work from home and commute to a LinkedIn office, depending on what's best for you and when it is important for your team to be together. LinkedIn was built to help professionals achieve more in their careers, and everyday millions of people use our products to make connections, discover opportunities, and gain insights. Our global reach means we get to make a direct impact on the world's workforce in ways no other company can. We're much more than a digital resume - we transform lives through innovative products and technology. As Senior Litigation Counsel at LinkedIn and a member of LinkedIn's Litigation, Competition, and Enforcement team, you will be responsible for managing all kinds of litigation and pre-litigation disputes. You will also handle subpoenas and regulatory responses, oversee eDiscovery on your matters, and provide litigation risk counseling related to LinkedIn business issues. Best of all, you'll join a fast-paced, well-rounded, collaborative Legal & Public Policy Team that values diversity, humor, and teamwork. Responsibilities + Manage a global docket of all kinds of litigation and pre-litigation disputes for the company, including privacy and consumer class actions, patent and other IP disputes; individual platform user and customer disputes, employment disputes, and more + Develop the best possible evidentiary record for your cases + Handle subpoenas and regulatory inquiries, and other litigation-adjacent matters + Work to establish internal practices to mitigate litigation risks and ensure effective responses when such risks materialize + Drive good business results by providing practical legal advice on a range of product issues impacted by active or threatened litigation matters + Engage and manage outside counsel and vendors to ensure the delivery of practical, efficient, and expert litigation advice + Participate in cross-functional projects and initiatives for the Legal & Public Policy Team, LinkedIn, and the community + Play an active role in fulfilling LinkedIn's mission of connecting the world's professionals to make them more productive and successful by being an integral member of our fast-paced, well-rounded, collaborative (and fun!) Legal & Public Policy Team Basic Qualifications + J.D. and admission to the bar or the ability to practice in-house in your office location + 6+ years of combined litigation experience at a law firm, in-house, and/or governmental agencies Preferred Qualifications + Broad litigation experience including discovery, motion practice, oral arguments, trials, drafting compelling briefs, pre-suit activity, offensive litigation, mediation, and settlement negotiations + Experience with class actions and/or patent infringement litigation + Experience and comfort with highly-technical subject matter + Experience working in-house at a technology company or working closely with global technology clients + Comfort with eDiscovery support software and complicated eDiscovery issues + Ability to quickly identify, understand, and resolve legal and business issues + Ability to deliver clear and concise advice and direction + Strong interpersonal skills with ability to work effectively both independently and in cross-functional teams + Excellent judgment, analytical abilities, and impeccable integrity Suggest Skills + Litigation + Legal Writing (motions/briefs) + Settlement Negotiations _LinkedIn is committed to fair and equitable compensation practices. _ _The pay range for this role is $152,000 to $237,000. Actual compensation packages are based on several factors that are unique to each candidate, including but not limited to skill set, depth of experience, certifications, and specific work location. This may be different in other locations due to differences in the cost of labor. _ The total compensation package for this position may also include annual performance bonus, stock, benefits and/or other applicable incentive compensation plans. For more information, visit ~~~. Equal Opportunity Statement LinkedIn is committed to diversity in its workforce and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. LinkedIn considers qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, marital status, pregnancy, sex, gender expression or identity, sexual orientation, citizenship, or any other legally protected class. 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