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We recently sat down with Rachel and discussed her practice, why she made the move to a law firm, and what keeps her busy outside of the office. Read our conversation →
Rachel Miller is a seasoned transactional technology attorney with many years of both law firm and in-house experience. Rachel has deep experience in all manner of commercial transactions, particularly at the crossroads of technology and media. Her experience includes inbound and outbound licensing of technology and content, platform carriage agreements, interactive content, gaming and app development deals, professional services agreements, software as a service, outsourcing arrangements, open-source software usage, and patent portfolio management. She also has transactional finance experience from her time working in Big Law.
Before joining ZwillGen, Rachel spent over 15 years at HBO and Warner Media where she led HBO’s technology legal team and served as chief counsel for HBO Max. In those roles, she counseled HBO’s engineering team and worked on the launch of numerous streaming services for the company, both domestically and internationally. In connection with those launches, she helped her clients navigate the myriad of business and legal issues that accompany the launch of a new product, including multiple product, licensing, distribution, marketing, technology, and regulatory considerations.
Rachel’s many years as an in-house lawyer inform her practical approach to problem solving with an understanding that the ultimate goal is a successful product and business. As such, she aims to have a wholistic understanding of her clients’ objectives and constraints to better act as a trusted advisor. She enjoys learning about emerging technologies and new business models of all sorts.
Fordham University School of Law, J.D.
Barnard College, B.A.
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