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As Marketing Counsel, you will proactively assess legal risk and advise the company on legal issues related to all types of external and internal communications, including but not limited to the publication of press releases and press inquiries, television scripts and productions, and SEM/landing pages. You will report to the Associate General Counsel and work closely with members of the Legal & Compliance team and cross-functional teams across the organization. The role requires a self-motivated and highly collaborative individual who excels in a dynamic, fast-paced environment.
What You'll Do:
Reviewing advertising and other promotional materials, including television scripts and commercials, for regulatory issues including UDA(A)P
Reviewing public relations materials and consulting on public relations strategy
Collaborating with performance marketing team to understand the privacy implications of new marketing channels and specific campaigns
Handling IP-related disputes and litigation, including UDRPs, and helping manage the company’s trademark and domain portfolios
Helping evaluate and manage the company’s open source software program
Developing and improving company-wide policies and processes
Proactively raising and addressing legal and regulatory risks related to strategic initiatives and innovative partnerships
Making recommendations on when and how to take smart risks to achieve the business’s goals
Knowing what and how to communicate with others to identify and address underlying problems arising in regulatory or operational areas
Managing a high volume of work while being able to maintain perspective and prioritize the work according to company goals
JD from top law school and excellent academic credentials
Member of the California Bar or eligible for registration as in-house counsel
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