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Location : Colorado - Denver
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Paralegal - Real Estate Practice General corporate work including handling corporate formation and organizational matters, stock transfers, board minutes and other general corporate matters; Create and maintain capitalization records; Assist with major corporate transactions, including venture capital investments, capital markets transactions and mergers & acquisitions; Form, merge and dissolve entities nationwide; Preparing closing checklist; Maintain closing files for various types of corporate and real estate transactions and compile closing sets and assist with transaction closings; Prepare and file Section 16 notices, securities exemption notices and other securities filings; Prepare memoranda regarding statutory requirements for filing of corporate documents with Departments of State and IRS; Maintain corporate minute books; Coordinate document retrieval from government agencies and prepare government filings; Familiar with basic corporate documents including resolutions and organizational documents; Draft documents related to all types of commercial real estate and loan transactions, including resolutions and organizational documents; Coordinate document retrieval from government agencies and prepare government filings; Familiar with basic corporate documents including resolutions and organizational documents; Conduct detail title, survey and zoning analysis and review of real property tax records; Work closely with title companies regarding title and endorsement matters; Preparing deals and other conveyance and closing documents; UCC filings, searches, and analysis; Preparing and filing a variety of documents, including: deeds, mortgages, memoranda of leases, etc.; Due diligence review and organization; Preparing applications for permits; Obtaining and reviewing permits; Obtaining and reviewing local government codes/ordinances; File and project organization; Meet minimum 1650 hour annual billable requirement; Maintain confidentiality of client information; and Flexibility and willingness to work in other practice areas as needed.
Qualifications: BS/BA degree or equivalent experience preferred; Paralegal certificate desirable. 3+ years of corporate and transactional experience required; real estate and land use transactions experience preferred; Strong writing and editing skills; Comfortable conducting internet-based research; Excellent attention to detail and strong organizational and communication skills; Ability to work efficiently in a fast-paced environment with or without direct supervision; Ability to coordinate multiple projects at one time; Flexibility for overtime and willingness to travel; All members of the firm are encouraged to participate in our Global Citizenship program; and, Other duties as assigned.
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