Kobalt is looking for a music business affairs attorney for Kobalt’s Los Angeles office. This person will be responsible for drafting music industry agreements relating primarily to music publishing.
Kobalt is a music and technology company built for artists, songwriters, publishers and labels as an alternative to the traditional music business model. Kobalt’s commitment to technology, transparency, and creators’ rights has driven tremendous growth year-over-year for the company and its clients. Today, Kobalt’s Music Publishing, Neighbouring Rights, and Recordings/AWAL divisions serve over 25,000 songwriters, 600 publishers, and 20,000 independent artists, including The Chainsmokers, Kelly Clarkson, Miles Davis, Dave Grohl, Lauv, Zayn Malik, Max Martin, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Paul McCartney, Stevie Nicks, Pitbull, Elvis Presley, Skrillex, Sam Smith, and many more. Kobalt represents on average over 40% of the top 100 songs and albums in both the US and UK.
We’re currently over 600 people based across 10 offices and we’re expecting to grow. That’s where you come in. If you feel like the fast-paced, rewarding environment of our rapidly growing company is for you - share your story! Apply today and tell us why you believe in a better music industry and would be the next best addition to our successful team!
WHAT DOES A SR. MANAGER, BUSINESS AFFAIRS AT KOBALT DO?
Draft agreements for music publishing
Update legal templates as required
Draft demand letters and other correspondence
Other business affairs/legal tasks and projects as assigned
WHAT SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE ARE WE LOOKING FOR?
Minimum 3 years of experience in similar role at a law firm or in-house music company
Experience drafting music publishing agreements
Excellent communication skills
Team player with high standards and integrity
Organized, reliable, and results-driven
Basic proficiency with GSuite, including Gmail, GCalendar and GDrive
Kobalt is an equal opportunity employer encouraging diversity in the workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, gender, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, or veteran status, or any other status or characteristic protected by law.