Pauline has significant experience in structuring and drafting trademark and copyright licensing agreements, product licensing and distribution agreements, and endorsement/influencer agreements for celebrity talent. She provides counsel to entertainment and corporate clients regarding the best manner in which to hold, sell, or license their intellectual property and rights of publicity.
In her technology transactions and outsourcing practice, Pauline works with major corporate customers and start-up companies, as well as technology and outsourcing vendors. She has successfully negotiated transactions involving payroll processing providers, IT and software providers, data processors, and software developers.
In her digital media and advertising practice, in addition to her work with endorsement and influencer agreements, Pauline works with advertising networks, advertisers, and publishers to provide advice regarding legal compliance and best practices. This includes drafting and reviewing lead generation agreements, privacy statements, terms and conditions of use, website development agreements, online hosting agreements, and other types of licensing agreements.
During law school, Pauline was a legal intern at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Immigration & Customs Enforcement, Office of the Chief Counsel, where she had an opportunity to litigate on behalf of the government in immigration proceedings. As a result, Pauline is actively involved in the firm's pro bono initiatives and spends her spare time assisting with pro bono immigration cases.
In addition, she currently serves on the Advisory Board of the Los Angeles chapter of the Licensing Executives Society as the Programming Chair.