ConfidentialCentury City, CA
Full Time Job
Top boutique entertainment firm seeking exceptional junior to junior/mid-level attorney to handle the day to day production legal functions for a heavy and fast paced volume of primarily unscripted productions and production companies, both union and non-union. The attorney will be responsible for all aspects of production legal and serve as a point of contact between production companies and networks. Responsibilities will include structuring, drafting, negotiating and analyzing a wide range of production-related agreements, including production service agreements, location, talent, participant, indemnities, above the line producers, access, vendor and others. Additionally, the attorney will handle a busy slate of development agreements for multiple clients in addition to advising on matters relating to insurance, risk, staffing, episode clearance and intellectual property rights issues.
• JD degree from top-tier law school;
• Member in good standing of California State Bar;
• Minimum 2-4 years' experience at a television network, major television production company or entertainment law firm.
• Ability to deal effectively and calmly in a very fast paced, high volume environment with a variety of legal matters;
• Impeccable communication, negotiation, attention to detail and drafting skills;
• Solid understanding, experience and knowledge of television production and production legal;
• Strong working relationship with network business affairs and legal affairs attorneys and agents;
• Ability to work both independently overseeing all aspects of productions and as part of a team.
The successful candidates will also possess the following:
• Passion for unscripted television production legal;
• Hands-on production experience;
• Experience with both television and new media productions.
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