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Title : Litigation Paralegal - Professional Malpractice

Location : California - Los Angeles
Refer to Job # ERTC762040

Litigation Paralegal - Professional Malpractice Responsibilities: Reviews, organizes and summarizes case documents in order to assist in preparation of case for trial. Reviews medical records to determine what information is/is not needed for cases. Draft complaints and answers, routine notices, affidavits, motions and petitions, memoranda and correspondence. Propound and respond to discovery. Reviews, organizes and summarizes case documents in order to assist in preparation of case for trial. Reviews and analyzes matters for the purpose of preparing matter evaluations and status reports to clients. Communicate with clients, attorneys, staff and other outside personnel to obtain or provide information. Enter time into accounting and billing software daily. Handle pressure, interruptions, and multiple projects with frequently changing priorities in an efficient manner, rapid turnaround required, and generally perform in a fast-paced environment. Follows ethical requirements as set forth by the Rules of Professional Conduct of the state. Qualifications: Four-year Bachelors degree and two-year ABA approved Paralegal certificate ideal. 7 years recent law firm litigation paralegal experience, with State court and Federal litigation experience. Proficient in all software; ability to adjust to multiple tasks from multiple individuals in the Firm. Proficiency in Relativity for document storage and organization and in Microsoft Office suite to include PowerPoint, Excel and Adobe Pro. Ability to consistently meet deadlines while managing multiple projects with competing priorities. Positive attitude and exceptional verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills required for daily interaction with clients, opposing counsel and mediators. Ability to exercise discretion, good judgment, and poise in handling sensitive and confidential information. Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions. Demonstrate accuracy and thoroughness; look for ways to improve and promote quality.

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