Allon Stabinsky is senior vice president and chief deputy general counsel of the Law and Policy Group at Intel Corporation. He leads the Intel Legal Department, a worldwide organization of approximately 500 talented legal professionals, and he reports to Intel’s general counsel, Steve Rodgers. Stabinsky also serves on Intel’s senior executive team.
Since joining Intel as senior litigation counsel in 2005, Stabinsky has held various leadership roles in the Intel Legal Department. In 2010, he was named director of patent litigation. In 2014, Stabinsky served as deputy general counsel for the Litigation, Licensing and Patents Group (LLP), responsible for leading the groups that handle worldwide patent litigation, the development and maintenance of Intel’s patent portfolio, inbound and outbound patent licensing, patent strategy, antitrust counseling, and legal support of Intel’s participation in industry standards groups. In 2017, Stabinsky was promoted to corporate vice president and deputy general counsel of the Solutions Legal Group and chief compliance officer, with additional leadership responsibilities for legal support of Intel’s Technology and Manufacturing Group (TMG) and Sales, Marketing, and Communications Group (SMG), and ethics & legal compliance. Stabinsky has held his current role since 2018.
Before joining Intel, he practiced at the law firm Lathan & Watkins LLP as an intellectual property litigator. Stabinsky holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado and earned his law degree from the University of California’s Hastings College of the Law.