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Counsel, Ad Platforms Duties: Support Ad Platforms, Appleâ€™s advertising technology platform. Support Ad Platforms' product offerings and work with all members of the organization, from engineering to finance and everything in-between, advising on issues ranging from product development to compliance with Apple and industry guidelines. International work required, though travel is limited.
Qualification and Experience
Qualifications: Requires a JD, admission and in good standing with at least one State Bar and registered, or eligible to register, as in-house counsel with the state of California. 5+ years relevant experience advising on ad technology, advertising and marketing; and negotiating and drafting a variety of area-specific commercial agreements, including marketing, partnership, sponsorship, publishing, advertising, insertion order, vendor, event and other agreements. Subject matter knowledge with U.S. regulations, industry guidelines, and self-regulatory standards for marketing and advertising, such as the FTC and COPPA, and their application across digital and traditional methods of advertising. Experience reviewing marketing and advertising campaigns, copy and content from concept through execution; providing legal and regulatory compliance risk assessments; and proposing creative solutions to help advance business objectives in a risk-tolerant manner. Understanding of data privacy and security regulations around the globe. CIPP certification is a bonus. Experience in mobile advertising with an ad network or publisher or with clients in mobile advertising is desirable. Demonstrated ability to successfully build relationships and work with cross-functional teams, including product marketing, engineering, and business teams to build great products and features. Ability to collaborate with colleagues in legal department and Ad Platform employees at all levels.
Job Number: 113639968
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