Twentieth Century Fox seeks a senior attorney to handle a broad range of agreements, and support multiple business units, with a focus on FoxNext (video games, location based entertainment / theme parks, and VR) and Fox Consumer Products.
Draft, negotiate, review and advise on a high volume of many varied agreements and contracts with emphasis on video games, location-based entertainment projects (e.g., theme parks and attractions), merchandising, promotions, anti-piracy and more.
Regularly advise and provide legal advice to senior business executives and various Fox divisions on all aspects of licensing and merchandising including strategy, rights, partnerships, and marketing.
At least 8 years of experience at a law firm or comparable in-house environment at a studio, agency or consumer products company.
California State Bar membership is required.
Previous video games, location based entertainment, theme parks and VR experience preferred.
Excellent communication, creative problem solving, interpersonal and analytical skills, and the ability to work well in a fast-paced in-house environment are essential.
Must be self-motivated, and take initiative and ownership of their work.
Prior legal experience and interest in video games is highly preferred.
Fox Entertainment Group, a 21st Century Fox company, is the home to the finest group of film, television, cable, news and sports programming assets in the world. Its powerful brands include Twentieth Century Fox Film and Television, the Fox Broadcasting Network, Fox Cable Networks such as FX, National Geographic Channel, Fox Sports Net, Fox Sports 1, Fox International Channels, in addition to Fox Television Stations and the Fox News Channel. We are driven by a rich history and a clear corporate vision, based upon an opportunistic, entrepreneurial spirit; focused, bold initiatives; original thinking; and a faith in talent, innovative leadership and independence throughout our organization.
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.