Full Time Job
A leading LA-based boutique law firm with a focus on entertainment software development, technology and interactive media clients is seeking a highly motivated mid-level/senior associate with at least 5 years experience to join its team.
Position Summary: This position will support our Partner and be responsible for contract drafting and review, participation in client meetings with the ability to offer practical legal advice, and interacting with other counsel on various retained matters. This position may include some travel, to attend various industry-related conferences and networking events.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities Legal: Reviewing, drafting and negotiating various contracts, including development and publishing agreements, NDAs, IP license agreements (technology and otherwise) and related contracts; Entity formation, corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions/investment-related tasks (i.e., due diligence, consents, disclosure schedules); Advising clients with privacy, GDPR & CCPA related issues; Reviewing client-created material for legal and contractual compliance; Counseling clients on IP protection and preparing applicable filings as necessary; Advising clients on DMCA-related matters and filing takedown notices as necessary
Qualifications/Experience: JD from an ABA accredited law school; Membership in good standing with the California State Bar; candidates admitted in other states will be considered but may be required to take the California Bar Exam in the near future; Required Experience: Minimum 3-5 years in entertainment, technology licensing & corporate transactions. Experience with trademark and copyright registration and with data protection and privacy is a plus.
Compensation will be based on experience.
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