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Title : Paralegal, Mergers & Acquisitions and Private Equity

Location : California - Irvine
Refer to Job # WYOS754607

Paralegal, Mergers & Acquisitions and Private Equity Candidate will perform a wide variety of tasks related to all stages of corporate life-cycle, including assisting on: Mergers and acquisitions, Reorganizations, Private equity financings, Securities transactions, Joint ventures, Blue Sky exemption filings and notices. Preparing and filing necessary state and federal forms and reports with appropriate governmental entities. Establishing the corporate name, obtaining the EIN, preparing organizational documents and coordination of execution and subsequent filing in proper jurisdiction. Performing research regarding filing, recording and notary procedures required in the locality where the transaction is located. Researching state statutes for corporate filings. Obtaining documents from Secretary of State offices and Franchise Tax Board. Drafting and reviewing of routine transactional documents, e.g., signature pages, officers certificates and correspondence. Acting as a liaison with the client and any outside entities such as government agencies, corporations, vendors and other law firms to facilitate the transaction. Drafting of closing checklists. Preparing and assembling closing files, obtaining good-standing certificates and attending the pre-closings and closings. Reviewing executed documents to ensure proper execution. Perform other related duties as assigned. Requirements: A Bachelor's degree is required, and a paralegal certificate from an ABA-approved training program is preferable. 5 years of equivalent paralegal experience is required. A thorough understanding of California Corporations Code and Delaware General Corporate Law is required. Significant substantive working knowledge of the procedures, terminology and documents relating to the formation of a variety of corporate entities. Strong time management skills, and ambition to work in a dynamic, team environment are essential. Demonstrated attention to detail, excellent organizational skills, strong written and oral communication skills. Excellent computer skills with proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and any practice-related software. Proven ability to delegate appropriate tasks and offer mentorship to other firm resources. May be required to be licensed as a Notary Public in the appropriate jurisdiction. Ability to be flexible with your work schedule.

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