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Corporate Counsel (Litigation) Duties: Driving responses to investigation matters and inquiries involving regulators and other government entities. Managing and resolving a wide range of lawsuits and pre-litigation disputes. Developing all aspects of strategy for managing and resolving cases and investigations. Conducting internal investigations and fact development, including working with witnesses. Working in close partnership with colleagues in the Legal Department and business partners across the company, to achieve good business and legal results and facilitate smart risk-taking. Helping manage Intuit's responses to third-party requests for information, complying with the law and passionately protecting the data of our Company, employees and customers. Supervising outside counsel and litigation consultants, managing budgets and supporting litigation and investigations reporting. Drafting policies and internal procedures, and conducting training to educate business partners; Adding rigor to all aspects of internal processes and champion data-driven decisions.

Qualifications: JD Degree in good standing with California Bar. 7-13 combined years of experience in litigation and investigations with a top-tier law firm, in-house legal department, and/or government office (e.g., U.S. Attorney's office, state Attorney General's office, FTC, SEC, etc.); government experience preferred. A good litigator's mindset: goes the extra mile to get the job done right and sees opportunities in everything they do to deliver awesome results; understands that the details are critical and the stakes can be high; takes lots of pride in their work and what they deliver; identifies issues proactively and develops solutions; loves to win. A good business partner's mindset: comfort and skill at balancing risk and opportunity; thinks creatively and enables the business to make smart decisions. Curious and continuous learner: enjoys jumping into new problems and learning new things; asks why  and how can we improve;  quickly masters the facts; develops long-term knowledge and deep expertise. Ability to independently and successfully manage significant case load and big cross-company projects for multiple internal stakeholders with competing deadlines. Good communication skills and proven ability to interact with business professionals at different levels.

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