Richard Mass is a Stanford Law School graduate with over thirty years of experience advising innovative companies.
He has worked at prominent law firms in New York and Silicon Valley, taught intellectual property law, worked inhouse at a major telecommunications company and served as the General Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer of several high-growth companies.
General Counsel for SaaS marketing technology company and interest-based advertising network.
General Counsel for a division of Dentsu that included IgnitionOne, Netmining and 360i, a leading digital advertising agency.
Principal for a law firm that focused on representing advertising, media and technology companies.
General Counsel for a joint venture between The Walt Disney Company and Walker Digital that was to provide interactive games of skill for cash prizes.
General Counsel for one of the first publicly traded social media companies.
Lead attorney representing AT&T's interactive television trials and web development business.
Attorney representing media and technology companies.
Courses taught: copyright law, trademark law, patent law and legal research and writing.
Attorney representing media, entertainment and communications companies.
Member, Stanford Law Review
Magna cum laude