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Vice President, Business And Legal Affairs The candidate will involve in the management and oversight of the day-to-day legal needs of the company and providing advice to senior management on a variety of projects, deals and initiatives. Will negotiate and draft a wide range of deals including the licensing and acquisition of films, documentaries and comedy and music specials, working closely and in conjunction with firm's Programming executives. Handle traditional and digital distribution deals (including cable, satellite, telco, vMVPD and â€œover the topâ€ services). Negotiate and draft agreements with developers, vendors and device owners/ platforms with respect to app and web development, working closely and in conjunction with firm's Digital executives. Interface with the MGM legal team on a variety of matters, including intellectual property and trademark clearances, employment law matters, and litigation. Manage outside counsel with respect to litigation and specialized matters. Manage rights across all acquired and developed programming, and all distribution platforms. Provide counsel to the marketing and creative services departments on various intellectual property and marketing matters including copyright, trademark, as well as studio and marketing approvals. Review and manage clearance of firm's marketing materials. Providing advice to senior management on a variety of projects, deals and initiatives.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate must have 10+ years or equivalent previous experience as a lawyer in an entertainment law firm or business/legal affairs position at a major studio, network or entertainment company with specific experience in television. Strong experience and deep knowledge of pay-television business and general entertainment industry required. Excellent negotiating and drafting skills is required. Must have J.D. degree, admitted in New York or California.
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