Salary $130,000 - $150,000 a year job type full-time number of hires for this role 1
Full job description
Senior associate attorney - entertainment/ip Nolan heimann llp is seeking a senior level ip/entertainment transactional associate to join this growing boutiqueThe associate will assist in structuring, negotiating, and drafting media, entertainment, and intellectual property transactions, including acquisitions, development, production, finance, talent, distribution, licensing, endorsements, strategic ventures, and collaborationsOur clients span start-ups to well-known international brands, and include established creators, influencers, producers, talent, and leading location-based entertainment businesses.
The candidate should have, at least, 7+ years of experience in ip, entertainment law or bothMatters on which the candidate will work will be diverse, involving cannabis-related matters, content production, licensing and merchandising, monetizing intellectual property, digital media, interactive experiences, influencer and sponsorship deals, traditional entertainment, and nftsThe candidate must be admitted to the california bar, have worked in the intellectual property or entertainment law practice group of a well-established regional or national law firm, and have a high level of academic achievement from a nationally recognized law school.
The firm is seeking an attorney who possesses strong ip/ entertainment law experience, demonstrable business acumen, and seeks to apply both talents throughout her or his careerThis opportunity is ideal for a smart and driven attorney who also wants to work in a positive and friendly environmentWe pride ourselves on having our attorneys’ backs, and we encourage our team to live a balanced lifeThe firm will consider a remote position within california.
We are a proud equal employment opportunity employer and will consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age (40 and over), gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability or any other protected classification under federal and state law.