Counsel, Product

Plantation, FL (HQ)

Job Description 

As Counsel, Product at Magic Leap, you will work on a broad range of product development issues to support our product, engineering, sales, and marketing teams from start to finish

Responsibilities

  • Work with and actively engage cross-functional teams, including product, engineering, business development, security, finance, sales, and marketing teams, to intelligently evaluate risk in connection with products throughout the entire lifecycle.
  • Advise on the legal and regulatory aspects of product development and sales in the technology space, both domestic and international, including with respect to hardware, software, cloud, marketing, and e-commerce issues. 
  • Supervise legal review of products pre-launch, and monitor continued compliance post-launch
  • Keep up-to-date on relevant industry, consumer protection, and commercial laws and regulations to ensure an ongoing ability to provide sound advice.
  • Draft terms of use, product policies, and disclosures, and implement related processes related to a wide variety of products and services.
  • Provide ideas and insights into how the company can work within the law to build fantastic products for its customers.

Minimum Qualifications

  • 4 years of legal experience working in an AM Law 100 law firm and/or in-house as an attorney providing guidance on issues related to product development, both domestic and international.
  • J.D. from an American Bar Association-accredited law school, membership in at least one recognized bar, and in good standing or otherwise authorized to practice law in-house.
  • Familiarity with launching products and advising on the legal aspects of product development in the technology space
  • An innovative and effective approach to solve complex legal issues in order to support strategic business initiatives.
  • Ability to translate legal advice into actionable guidance for product and business teams.
  • Ability to work under pressure, prioritize and manage a diverse workload, and meet deadlines within a dynamic, fast-paced environment.
  • A high level of professionalism, outstanding business judgment, and superior legal analytical skills. 

Preferred Qualifications

  • Familiarity with licensing and technology transactions.
  • Enthusiasm for/early adoption of new technologies.
  • Familiarity with the following areas: privacy, consumer protection, advertising, e-commerce, content moderation and/or customer support and  related issues.

 Additional Information 

All your information will be kept confidential according to Equal Employment Opportunities guidelines.

 

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