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Job Opportunity - Television Industry Experience Necessary

Resources Global Professionals is seeking entertainment attorneys with television industry experience to join our Tri-State practice. New York Bar Admission required. As a consultant with Resources Global Professionals, you will have the ability to play an instrumental role in assisting clients in a variety of challenging projects.
http://www.resumeware.net/rgp_rw/rgp_web/job_detail.cfm?reqnum=13547

Professional Qualifications:

-Cable or network television experience, with (1) extensive experience negotiating and drafting programming and production agreements (Writer's Guild experience preferred), and/or (2) experience handling rights and clearances for television productions (experience developing processes and procedures for rights and clearances desirable).
8+ years legal experience; in-house experience required.

-Admitted to practice law in New York and in good standing.

-Excellent communication skills.

-Detail oriented.

-Ability to multi-task and demonstrate a sense of urgency.

Our Consultants enjoy the flexibility and autonomy to choose the client projects that interest them, while continuing to build professional relationships within our global community of Consultant and business professionals. We offer a comprehensive compensation and benefits package including health and life insurance, a 401(k) savings plan which includes a discretionary company match, employee stock purchase plan, paid personal time off program, professional development and certification courses.

Submit Resume: https://rcant.rcconnect.com/initialapp/resumeform.asp?jobid=13547&emid=2222&Svcln=LEG

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