During her career, Ms. Chatillon has worked in all facets of the media and entertainment industry most recently as an executive with Callaway Digital Arts, a Kleiner Perkins backed start up making best-selling, award-winning apps directed at children for touchscreen devices. She currently heads a solo legal practice focusing on the intersection of content and tech, representing clients as diverse as an ebook/social media startup and Hachette.
Ms. Chatillon has also worked (2006-2009) as the Senior Vice President and General Counsel of Scholastic Corporation, the global children's publishing, education and media company and as an Executive Vice President at Miramax Film Corp, as well as General Counsel of The New Yorker and a senior attorney at ABC. At both Miramax and The New Yorker, Ms. Chatillon handled complex copyright issues, including analyzing possible termination rights of authors, and clearing rights, including termination rights for older properties.
At Scholastic, Ms. Chatillon was responsible for all legal and corporate affairs for the entire company, including for all domestic and international subsidiaries and educational initiatives and developing the strategy for successful publication of the final volume of Harry Potter series. As General Counsel of The New Yorker, Ms. Chatillon worked closely with writers and editors in handling all the legal issues for the magazine. Ms. Chatillon has counseled and represented book publishers, movie studios, magazines, newspapers, Internet content providers, television and cable entities, and independent film producers on transactional, copyright, First Amendment and related issues.
Education: AB, Harvard University; JD, New York University.