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Location : Tennessee - Nashville
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Bankruptcy Attorney The candidate will handle and maintain caseload of bankruptcy and/or litigation matters on behalf of banks and mortgage servicers. Should have 1-3 years bankruptcy experience for a full-time position. Familiarity with US Bankruptcy Courts ideal. Should have ability to work independently and possess strong interpersonal, analytical and organizational skills. Strong writing skills and an ability to identify issues quickly with an ability to problem solve. Excellent oral and written communication skills with ability to communicate at all levels. Ability to manage priorities and workflow in a high-volume production environment. Ability to work and communicate with variety of legal, non-legal and client stakeholders, Should have J.D. from ABA-accredited law school. Should have Bar Admission to practice law in Tennessee in good standing Admission to practice in AR, MS or another nearby state is a plus. Admitted to practice law in all Districts in Tennessee. 1-3 years experience representing secured creditors/mortgage servicers is preferred, Bankruptcy or Default Mortgage Industry experience preferred, but not required. Competency with Microsoft Office Suite including Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint and Word, will collaborate with attorneys and support staff regarding procedures utilized in the firms bankruptcy practice, including steps in the process, documents, local filing requirements and judicial tendencies. Provide loan level recommendations as well as ensuring the associated policies and procedures are in compliance with the Federal Bankruptcy Code, local rules, case law, etc. Review Bankruptcy filings such as proofs of claim, notices of mortgage payment change, and notices of fees and costs, Draft pleadings, motions, certifications, objections, orders, memoranda, and letters. Attend hearings, settlement conferences, and other appearances. Keep clients apprised of status and developments in cases with appropriate communication via e-mail, telephone, and client systems. Promptly review and respond to communications received via phone, e-mail, client systems, opposing counsel, court staff, trustees, mediators, etc. Escalate matters when necessary. Perform other duties as assigned.
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