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Come join this Fortune 100 Company at the forefront of technology. For this dynamic role, the company seeks an attorney to advise on technology transactions, product counseling, and regulatory compliance for one of its most popular product lines. This attorney will have the opportunity to advise the business in the areas of intellectual property, consumer law, technology, digital media, and regulatory compliance as well as structure, draft and negotiate licensing and other commercial agreements.
We regret that we are unable to respond to candidates who do not meet the position’s required qualifications. If interested, you may confidentially contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, Ref. # 115734.
Carrie Flick, Esq.
Richard, Wayne & Roberts
Executive Search Director
24 Greenway Plaza Suite 1304
Houston, TX 77046
Qualified candidates will have:
At least 4 years of experience, with at least some experience negotiating and drafting licensing and/or other technology transactions or handling the transactional aspects of supporting a technical product or telecom business.
Be a member in good standing of at least one state bar.
Have attended a top law school and have some large law firm experience.