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Regulatory and Litigation Counsel, Products

Alphabet’s Regulatory Response, Investigations & Strategy team (ARRIS) addresses issues that are both high-risk (as defined by Alphabet’s Enterprise Risk Management model) and involve regulatory scrutiny, enforcement actions, and other proceedings like shareholder litigation, internal investigations and data incidents, as well as other emerging risks across Alphabet and globally. That includes matters that relate to our people; our products; our users, legislators and society; and our ecosystem.

As Regulatory and Litigation Counsel on the ARRIS Products team, you'll work on a dynamic team dedicated to overseeing complex internal investigations, regulatory inquiries, and high risk litigation around the world on issues relating to users’ trust in our products . You’ll partner with other Legal, Product and Engineering teams involved in conducting investigations including by developing best practices for conducting investigations, training, tracking and monitoring regulatory inquiries and investigations, and responding to matters involving heightened risk.

Responsibilities
Assess and respond to complex regulatory inquiries and investigations, shareholder demands, and high risk litigation involving our products and businesses around the world.
Support other Legal, Product and Engineering teams involved in conducting investigations and responding to data incidents, including by developing best practices for conducting investigations, training, tracking and monitoring regulatory inquiries and investigations, and responding to matters involving heightened risk.
Work with Product, Engineering and Compliance teams proactively to advise them of regulatory risk.
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