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Location : Texas - Dallas
Refer to Job # IBVT823042
Foreclosure - Attorney The candidate's expected to provide his or her knowledge and experience to the oversight and management of high volume statewide foreclosure matters. The attorney is responsible for ensuring that all appropriate actions are taken to expedite the firm's files. These steps include, but are not necessarily limited to, outlining the appropriate actions to be taken and ensuring that said steps are implemented and completed, as well as overseeing any actions of paralegals that are assigned to assist the attorney or the Contested Litigation Department. The attorney is also expected to act as a liaison between the firm and its clients, vendors, outside counsel, courts, trustees, and other foreclosure personnel. All files will be managed in accordance with applicable foreclosure rules (Federal and local) and firm-established timelines, rules, goals and objectives. Expected to become familiar with and work within the firm's case management system to create, manage and review daily and weekly reports for exceptions and discrepancies. The attorney shall review and execute various pleadings and correspondence, as well as ensure that client and firm management systems are accurately updated and maintained. Should have professional and ethical conduct with a positive attitude and superior work ethic; Maintain a professional appearance and demeanour; Ability to handle multiple priorities, take initiative and adapt to change; Outline, prepare and present pleadings and other court and legal documents, as well as argue the merits of assigned cases at hearings, conferences, mediations, or trial, as appropriate.
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