Intel Deputy Director of Discovery Requirements in Santa Clara, California
Overview: The Intel Litigation Group (ILG) is seeking an experienced discovery attorney to serve as Deputy Director of Discovery, along with the Intel’s Director of Discovery. The Deputy will serve as a legal expert on all matters related to discovery (to wit, the legal obligation to identify, preserve and produce potentially relevant electronically stored information.) The Deputy will provide substantive advice, coordination and training to the Group’s trial teams and litigation support staff, as well as work with other Intel business units to ensure that Intel effectively and efficiently complies with its discovery obligations. The Deputy will also team with ILG’s Operations Manager to coordinate ILG’s Legal Operations, including its budget, staffing, training, processes and tools, to effectively and efficiently align with and support ILG’s strategic goals.
Responsibilities and Duties : The Deputy will:
Stay abreast of legal and technological developments relevant to discovery and ediscovery, including industry standard practices
Be a subject matter expert relating to ILG’s processes and practices related to discovery and ediscovery, to include all aspects of ILG’s Uniform Document Protocols.
Work closely with Intel’s Director of Discovery and other ILG members to develop and improve ILG’s processes and practices for managing discovery generally and ediscovery in particular in an ever-changing environment
Advise and assist ILG Team Leaders and outside trial counsel with complex electronic discovery issues, keep them abreast of pertinent discovery legal and technical developments and guide them in efficient and effective compliance with discovery obligations
When requested, develop and execute comprehensive litigation or investigation discovery plans
Work closely with the Information Technology unit (ITeD) charged with supporting ILG’s discovery compliance
Work with ILG Paralegals in training and managing ILG’s discovery vendors.
Assist Corporate and other Intel business units in developing discovery-compliant practices and systems
Develop and execute discovery training programs for any audience impacted by Intel’s ediscovery policies, practices or procedures
Track and report the effectiveness of ILG’s discovery activities and all costs associated therewith.
Be a force in achieving ILG’s strategic goals
The successful candidate must have a J.D. degree from an ABA accredited or equivalent institution, a license to practice law in at least one state in the United States, at least seven years of complex litigation and ediscovery experience and possess stellar oral and written advocacy skills. The ediscovery experience will have afforded the candidate a thorough understanding of both the law and technologies associated with ediscovery.
PREFERRED ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE INCLUDE :
A thorough knowledge of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedures and Federal Rules of Evidence
A working knowledge of EU and other non-US data protection and privacy laws
Proficiency with ediscovery tools including Boolean and concept search tools, early case assessment tools, standard review tools, and enhanced or technology assisted review tools
Proven ability, sound judgment and decisiveness to function independently, with minimal to no supervision.
Excellent teaming and project leadership skills
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