Reder & Feig LLPLos Angeles, CA
Full Time Job
ASSOCIATE ATTORNEY POSITION
Full Time Position
Boutique entertainment law firm seeks Associate Attorney for open full-time position. Candidate must have a minimum of three (3) years of experience in narrative series and narrative feature motion pictures. Experience must be post-law school as a practicing attorney (i.e., not including internships or work as a contract administrator).
Candidate must be able to manage multiple projects in a fast-paced environment, and simultaneously work with various types of clients (e.g., producers, production companies, financiers, distributors, etc.) on projects of varying budget levels.
Candidate will be expected to draft and negotiate development agreements (e.g., option/purchase agreements, writer agreements, shopping/attachment agreements, etc.), ATL and BTL production agreements and financing-related documentation. Duties will also include assisting clients in drafting, reviewing and processing clearance issues, guild matters, location agreements, vendor agreements, third-party material licenses, music licenses, and other contracts related to motion picture productions. Familiarity with the signatory processes for the DGA, WGA and SAG-AFTRA are preferred, but not required.
J.D. from an accredited law school
Active member of the California State Bar
of three (3) years of experience, as set forth above.
Annual salary will be based upon Candidate's experience level, firm policies and industry standards. Additional benefits will be discussed as needed during the interview process.
We are looking for applicants seeking to grow with a firm focused on development, financing and production legal matters.
The position is not intended for applicants who are looking to work in or eventually transition to the talent representation side of entertainment business.
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