Associate Antitrust Counsel

Google - Sunnyvale, CA (30+ days ago)4.3


As Associate Antitrust Counsel at Google, you work on the most exciting legal issues as disruptive technological innovations require creative and proactive legal guidance. You're part of a whip-smart group of in-house lawyers and the projects and cases you take on challenge you to think big and differently. You are collaborative -- ready to partner in initiatives that influence all aspects of the business and work with Googlers from all over the company. As an integrated part of the team, you proactively assess legal risks and advise on products that will not only move information into the 21st century, but move information law forward as well.
Represent Google in competition legal proceedings around the world and work cross-functionally on all aspects of competition law and practice.
20th century laws don't always solve 21st century problems, and Google Legal crafts innovative approaches for handling some of the toughest legal challenges of the information age. Whether you're a patent attorney, an intellectual property expert or an engineer headed to law school, Google Legal lets you take on unanswered legal quandaries and create new precedents. Our innovative services raise challenging questions that demand creative and practical answers. We provide those answers by working at the crossroads of the law and new technology, helping Google build innovative and important products for users around the world.
Responsibilities
Work extensively with product teams on competition issues related to planned products or services.
Counsel corporate development team on competition aspects of potential and actual mergers, acquisitions, and investment activities.
Work with policy and communications teams to address both reactive and proactive competition matters.
Represent Google in competition regulatory proceedings at the state, federal, and international levels.
Collaborate with internal and external counsel on litigation matters that raise antitrust issues.
Qualifications

Minimum qualifications:
JD degree.
Must be active and in good standing in one State Bar in the United States.
3 years of related experience, including experience advising companies on competition law issues and experience litigating Section 1 and Section 2 cases.

Preferred qualifications:
5 years of related experience.
Demonstrated ability to complete several simultaneous projects on deadline.
Exceptional interpersonal skills and a commitment to professionalism and collegiality.
Flexibility and willingness to work on a broad range of legal matters.
Willingness to travel.