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Location : Texas - Dallas
Refer to Job # NVEL848258
IP Litigation Paralegal The candidate will be managing all aspects of patent and trademark litigation, including organizing and managing litigation documents including discovery, motions, pre-trial documents and exhibits; preparing basic pleadings; managing large discovery productions; reviewing local court rules applicable to deadlines and filing procedures; calendaring and monitoring deadlines; filing documents electronically using CM/ECF; keeping litigation files organized in a document management system; coordinating e-discovery collections; managing, organizing and creating searches in e-discovery databases including Relativity; preparing for and assisting with trial in various venues in the Federal court system. Should preferably have 7 years of experience as an IP Litigation Paralegal. A Bachelor s degree or Paralegal Certification is preferred; however, equivalent experience will be considered. Federal Court trial experience is required. Should also have experience in managing out-of-town trials and have flexibility for occasional travel and overtime when needed. Additional requirements include high level of proficiency with technology including Microsoft Office Suite applications, Relativity, and internet research tools. Must have strong organizational and time management skills and the ability to work confidently and efficiently under pressure and tight deadlines.
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