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Location : California - Los Angeles
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Paralegal - Litigation The candidate will manage a case from inception to conclusion and anticipate case/counsel needs. Work with counsel and Litigation Support on collection, processing, review and production of electronic data/files. Maintain electronic case databases (e.g., Summation, Relativity), run searches on databases. Manage document productions, including document review under the supervision of an attorney, redactions, endorsements and preparation of document productions for service. Establish, organize and maintain case files, both electronic and paper. Research and cull information from resources such as websites, periodicals, trade associations, Federal, State and local government agencies. Prepare, serve and manage document and deposition subpoenas. Depositions: Under attorney supervision, gather and prepare documents relevant to the deponent, organize exhibits, take notes and handle exhibits during the deposition, secure depositions transcripts from reporting services and distribute copies as needed. Assist in preparation of motions and other Court filings, including assembly of motion papers, declarations and exhibits, proofread and citation check, and create appendices. Assist in the filing and service of Federal and State Court documents. Assist counsel in trial/arbitration/mediation: create exhibit list and prepare exhibits; prepare witnesses; coordinate logistics such as courtroom technician and other technology needs; liaison between counsel and court staff; assist counsel at hearing. Strong management, organizational, communication and writing skills. Time management skills to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately. Team-oriented mindset and strong work ethic. Ability to efficiently gather, maintain and organize voluminous data/documents. Minimum education - Bachelor's degree preferred Minimum of 5 years working as a litigation or labor paralegal at a law firm or assisting company in-house counsel.. Certificate from accredited paralegal school preferred, Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint)., Strong experience in eDiscovery.
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