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Location : Texas - Houston
Refer to Job # FCIM854380
Transactional Paralegal (Commercial Real Estate) Responsibilities: Ensuring the safety and maintenance of client confidentiality. Preparing ancillary legal documents in all aspects of transactional law. Preparing and filing formation documents of all types of corporate entities including charter documents, organizational consents, bylaws, company agreements, partnership agreements, obtaining EINs and qualifications in applicable state jurisdictions. Monitoring and reviewing transactional documents for the purpose of preparing and updating the closing checklist to track the status of transactional documents and the progression of the transaction. Review and assist with the preparation and negotiation of standard contracts, including non-disclosure agreements, master services agreements, consulting agreements, and basic amendments and change orders. Prepare due diligence request lists; guide and work with clients for the collection of due diligence information and materials; analyze due diligence materials to assist attorneys, collaborating with clients, and aid attorneys in consulting with opposing counsel to resolve open issues. Analyzing corporate documents to determine jurisdictions in which to conduct searches for UCC-1 financing statements; federal and state tax liens; furniture, fixtures, and judgment liens; bankruptcy filings; and federal, state and county litigation filings. Coordinating requests between multiple parties involved in litigation by way of consistent communication with clients, claims, and full partnership with an attorney through the end of the case. Prepare initial draft of agreements, corporate entity documents, leases, financing statements, purchase and property management agreements, as well as title abstracts, summaries, and commitments, as required. Making sure that all tasks/activities assigned are completed within the given deadline. Research and analyze legal sources such as statutes, recorded judicial decisions, legal articles, treaties, constitutions, and legal codes. Prepare, organize, and file documents and correspondence. Coordinate and schedule calendars. Performs other related duties as assigned.
Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree or higher from an accredited university. Exceptional communication skills (oral and written). Excellent interpersonal skills. Strong critical thinking skills. Excellent public speaking skills. Dependable, ethical, and trustworthy. Ability to work on a transaction with minimal supervision.Ability to work with supervising attorney to develop strategies for a case.
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