Neil Miller is a partner in the Intellectual Property practice at JAG Shaw Baker. Neil advises clients on all aspects of the protection, exploitation and enforcement of intellectual property rights and has a specialised focus on digital media and content rights.
Prior to joining JAG Shaw Baker, Neil was Senior Vice President and General Counsel at SoundCloud, where he was responsible for negotiating a series of groundbreaking and highly complex licensing deals with record companies, music publishers and other rightsholders to enable the distribution and monetisation of content on the platform. Neil was part of the senior leadership team at SoundCloud for nearly six years, where his legal strategy helped the company to grow from a small startup to one of the most significant and influential players in the global music industry.
Previously, Neil held senior legal positions at multinational media companies, Viacom/MTV Networks and CBS Interactive, where he managed business affairs across multiple jurisdictions, and was General Counsel of pioneering online video platform, Joost.
Neil holds degrees in chemistry and law from the University of Exeter and a post-graduate Diploma in IP law from the University of Bristol. He graduated with distinction from Nottingham Law School and qualified as a solicitor in 1998.
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