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Location : Florida - Miami
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Paralegal - Liability Defense And Some Plaintiff The candidate will do : Preparation of case law, hearing, trial and witness binders. Must be experienced and knowledgeable with Federal Rules of Court, trial preparation, trial experience in both State and Federal courts, courtroom decorum, knowledge of local rules and the handling of Plaintiff cases. Should have 3+ years of prior experience working as a Litigation Paralegal supporting a busy attorney with large case load. Must have strong organizational, problem-solving and communication skills while juggling multiple cases in a fast paced environment. Must have knowledge of legal terminology, litigation process, pre-trial compliance and court proceedings. Should have knowledge of discovery process (preparing requests, responses; review and organize discovery materials; electronic discovery; HIPAA compliance, prepare witness materials and privilege logs). Must have experience with electronic filing in State, Federal and Appellate courts. Should have familiarity with the laws of the State of Florida, including State and Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Judicial Administration, discovery, rules of evidence, compliance with judicial orders, local rules and commonly-used concepts, practices and procedures. Should have proficiency in all MS Office products such as Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint. Aderant Total Office (ATO) case management software is strongly desired.
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