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Proactively review products (yes, our mobile games) prior to public release and those already released in light of current and future laws, regulations and industry standards throughout the world, while focusing on best practices for games, and delivering relevant advice for today's global mobile gaming world
Provide counseling and training on relevant issues such as consumer protection, trade dress, trademark and copyright, and product promotions such as sweepstakes and contest
Generating privacy strategies and policies for multiple business units with the assistance of Deputy General Counsel
Build and coordinate cross-functional relationships with business teams as well as other members of the Legal Team to help drive efficient practices and consistency with internal policies and processes
Provide guidance to product teams on issues related to new and existing game and features throughout the entire gaming lifecycle
Review, draft and negotiate and wide variety of commercial agreements, including those related to licensing of content, services, and ancillary or third-party technologies
Your skills and experience could include:
3-5 years of experience; a combination of in-house and law firm experience preferred
Experience working on multiple client intellectual property and licensing portfolios with a focus on mobile app development experience
Experience reviewing, drafting and negotiating license and other relevant commercial agreements
Generally knowledgeable about legislation and other global trends and initiatives that are relevant to mobile apps and games
Ability to organize, prioritize, and manage a high-volume workload in a demanding work environment
Ability to build and maintain strong relationships with internal clients
Sound and practical business judgment
Collaborative team spirit that can work independently
Sense of humor
Highly responsive with a service-oriented attitude
Excellent communicator with the ability to articulate concepts and issues to non-legal partners
Nice to have:
Experience working at a publicly traded company
Deep experience and exposure to privacy and data collection issues; CIPP certification
Gaming experience and/or experience with digitally distributed software; experience with internet law and advertising law
About Glu Mobile
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This is a fun and unique role where you will be able to build your expertise with technology and law while advising our game development teams on content and design issues, privacy/data security, consumer protection, and advertising/marketing laws and regulations. Reporting to Glu’s Deputy General Counsel, the role requires strong business judgement and risk mitigation experience. Working at the intersection of business, intellectual property, data protection and privacy issues, the product and commercial counsel role will be partnering with business unit leaders, software engineers and creative game designers to strategize and counsel these groups to find a clear path to execute business objectives.