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Litigation Paralegal The candidate will prepare records, review and prepare exhibits, analyze medical records, and trial preparation. Will contact outside sources (government agenc....
Civil Litigation Paralegal The candidate primary responsibilities include the following: trial preparation; draft and file pleadings; draft and file motions; index litigation files....
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Location : New York - Long Island
Refer to Job # BHLZ701298
Commercial Litigation Paralegal The candidate will investigate cases and conduct legal research. Will prepare, draft, and review legal documents, including motions, affidavits, orders, subpoenas, and pleadings. Prepare and electronically file legal documents with its respective courts. Manage firm database, client documents, and document production. Prepare for depositions, including managing exhibits and exhibit logs and managing deposition transcripts and exhibits. Contact court clerks regarding specific cases and filings. Create various corporate entities in New York, New Jersey and Delaware. Bachelor's degree is required. Must have 2-5 years of paralegal experience, preferably in corporate law. Extensive experience and in-depth knowledge of MS Word and Excel needed. Familiarity with Pacer, online court filing systems, Westlaw (or its equivalent), and the New York and New Jersey legal systems is required. Should have exceptional proofreading and communication skills, both written and oral.
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