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Fox Interactive Entertainment, the parent company of social networking site MySpace, is looking to double the size of its legal team as the business expands across Europe.
The company currently employs two lawyers and is looking for two more. The group is expanding its legal team as the rollout of MySpace and film review site Rotten Tomatoes accelerates across Europe.
Christopher Heather, Fox Interactive Entertainment general counsel for Europe, said: "One of the biggest tasks is the launch of MySpace in Europe, setting up in countries such as Poland, Turkey and Russia. I am recruiting."
The positions could potentially be based at any one of Fox's bases in the UK, France, Italy, Spain and Sweden.