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Litigation Paralegal

Title : Litigation Paralegal

Location : District of Columbia - Washington
Refer to Job # FVRH713061


Litigation Paralegal Duties: Responsible for managing files (the case record ) including a complete set of the correspondence, memos, pleadings, discovery, and client documents in a matter (currently using a Worldox document management system) and monitoring deadlines by creating and maintaining calendars of key dates. Handling electronic and hard-copy submissions to various courts and tribunals. Manages document production processes - hard copy, electronic, subpoenas, etc.: Assists attorneys in the document collection process from client, opposing parties, and third parties (hard copies, electronic data, physical evidence). Maintains chain of custody. Tracks materials through the various processes. Designs and implements document review systems. Prepares privilege logs. Coordinates with Litigation Support to manage logistics of document productions (hard copy, images, native). Substantive Research: Analyzes client and discovery documents and materials. Performs factual research. Compiles information into charts, graphs and timelines. Researches prior testimony and publications of opposing experts. Researches rules of procedure for relevant court venues, and national and international arbitration centers, and assures adherence thereto. Knowledge and proficiency with Lexis. Coordinates preparation and filing of briefs and legal documents: Performs legal cite checking, caselaw shepardizing (Lexis), and fact cite checking. Compiles appendices and exhibits. Assist attorneys in ensuring briefs and other court submissions comport with Blue Book formatting and with federal and local rules. Proofreads court briefs and submissions to arbitration tribunals. Files briefs/arbitration submissions with courts and tribunals (ECF and hard copy when necessary) and serves filings/submissions on parties. Interacts with outside entities: Independently communicates with clients, government agencies, expert witnesses, consultants, other law firms, opposing counsel, vendors, court personnel, etc. Knowledge of litigation support systems: Substantial knowledge working with litigation support databases (CaseMap, Summation, Relativity, etc.); transcript management systems (TextMap); and calendaring, task sharing, collaborative systems. Manages discovery preparation for witness interviews and depositions: Manages preparation of witness & subject files. Assists in preparation of witness outlines and witness exhibits. Works with expert witnesses. Manages technical logistics for depositions (remote hookups, electronic transcripts, videography, synchronization). Manages trial preparation and trial support: Compiles and tracks trial exhibits. Prepares pretrial documents. Sets up and manages trial offices and trial support (e.g., remote office setup and logistics). Assists with closing and archiving case files. Manages resources: Coordinates closely with legal, secretarial, and administrative staff. Obtains and supervises support from Firm departments (e.g. Litigation Support, Document Processing, Secretarial Services, Library). Manages relationships with supporting vendors (graphics, court reporters, trial support, hotels, etc.). Assists with bill preparation: Reviews time descriptions and time increments for consistency, suggests edits, interacts with Billing Coordinator. Qualifications: Bachelor A?A s Degree required, paralegal certificate a plus; Demonstrated experience with cite checking and Blue Booking; Demonstrated experience planning, time management, and organization skills, including the ability to manage a number of projects concurrently; Excellent communication skills, both written and oral; Demonstrated proactive approach and the ability to work hands-on A? as required; Strong coordination and teamwork skills; Strong problem-solving skills; Solid experience preparing and working at trials/arbitrations and hearings. including working with court reporters and preparing exhibits for depositions; Solid experience filing documents with various U.S. courts (via ECF and using traditional hard copy methods); Experience implementing process improvements is a plus; Experience with intellectual property litigation is a plus; Experience with filings before international tribunals is a plus; and Foreign language skills and experience working in multi-language environments are a plus. 5+ years' paralegal experience in a complex litigation or international arbitration practice, including managing large discovery, creating and managing databases and imaging systems, coordinating teams, facilitating trial preparations, and managing trial support. Must have high-level experience with a range of litigation support applications, as well as experience handling multiple filings simultaneously and working in cross-cultural environments. Must also have experience managing logistics for out-of-town trials or arbitration hearings. Additional must have A? qualifications include excellent analytical and organizational abilities, solid written and oral communication skills and management skills, creativity, and initiative. Travel and overtime may be required. Required proficiency in the use of law office software, including Word, Excel, Adobe and PowerPoint; and document management systems; Demonstrated proficiency in the use of e-discovery and deposition transcript tools (e.g. Relativity/Summation/TextMap). Legal 5 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Paralegal

Title : Paralegal

Location : District of Columbia - Washington
Refer to Job # AMSP712881


Paralegal Responsibilities: Performs general corporate work, including: entity formations of various types (including both for-profit and non-profit corporations, LLCs, LLPs, PCs, LPs, GPs, and Trusts) in any US jurisdiction; obtains Employer Identification Numbers (EINs) from the IRS for these entities; prepares governing documents (Bylaws, Operating Agreements, Partnership Agreements) and amendments thereto; qualification of those entities in foreign jurisdictions; adoption of stock option plans and preparation of stock option grant agreements thereunder; entity dissolution including foreign jurisdiction withdrawals, tax clearances, and dissolution in domestic jurisdiction. Prepares board resolutions, unanimous written consents, and board meeting minutes for routine corporate actions (e.g.: appointment of new or replacement officers or directors, amendments to certificates of incorporation or bylaws, and adoption of routine agreements). Handles stock issuances and transfers, including preparation and issuance of stock certificates, and maintaining stock transfer ledgers. Creates and maintain capitalization, stock option plan records, and corporate minute books. Assists with major corporate transactions, including mergers & acquisitions, reorganizations, capital markets transactions, and private equity / venture capital investments. Assists with due diligence efforts related to those transactions, including document retrieval and good standing certificate requests from Secretary of State offices in any US jurisdiction. Prepares certificates of merger acceptable for filing in any US jurisdiction related to those transactions. Maintains closing files for major corporate transactions including compiling closing sets, distribution of signature pages, and general assistance with transaction closings. Prepares and advises on routine annual filings required to maintain good standing status in any US jurisdiction. Orders, reviews and analyzes UCC, lien and judgment searches; prepares UCC-1s and UCC-3s for any US jurisdiction. Maintains confidentiality of client information, including potentially material non-public information regarding publicly traded company clients. Assists in the maintenance of practice group document libraries. Performs basic legal and factual corporate research using all available resources, including research on potential target companies. Assists at transaction closings, due diligence document reviews, and client meetings as requested. Provides direction and guidance to project assistants assigned to the corporate group. Requirements: Bachelor's degree. 2+ years of increasingly responsible, directly related corporate practice/corporate paralegal experience (preferably in a major law firm environment) during which knowledge, skills and abilities applicable to the position were demonstrated. Demonstrated ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing. Ability to provide quality client service to both internal and external contacts, regarding matters of a routine nature requiring ordinary tact and courtesy. Demonstrated ability to organize and prioritize work in a dynamic and complex environment to meet deadlines and daily requirements. Ability to apply technical knowledge or guidance, analyze and interpret data from several sources, solve problems by applying precedent or extrapolating from previous experience. Moderate knowledge of corporate law. Basic knowledge and skills to perform corporate legal research under the supervision of a more senior member of the practice support team. Strong attention to detail, including superior spelling and grammar. Demonstrated ability to work effectively with others in a cooperative manner to accomplish position functions and participate in corporate practice group efforts. Basic knowledge of the SEC EDGAR database and the various Secretary of State databases and forms libraries. Ability to interact effectively and professionally with attorneys and clients. Demonstrated basic knowledge of MS suite of products such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access. Records management skills. Moderate typing skills. Ability to safely lift, move and carry boxes without assistance, weighing up to 50 pounds. Ability to travel or work overtime as necessary. Legal 2 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Commercial Litigation Paralegal

Title : Commercial Litigation Paralegal

Location : District of Columbia - Washington
Refer to Job # TUWT712570


Commercial Litigation Paralegal The candidate will be drafting discovery and miscellaneous documents such as pleadings, responses, motions, briefs, deposition digests and case summaries. Document production, document review, index and organize documents. DC court filings and emergency filings. Preparing for and attending depositions and trials. Interacting with clients. Assist during all phases of the litigation process, from initiation of a case to the discovery period, through trial. Must have 5+ years of experience working as a litigation paralegal. Familiar with filing in the DC courts. Legal 5 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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International Arbitration Paralegal

Title : International Arbitration Paralegal

Location : District of Columbia - Washington
Refer to Job # XSWR712644


International Arbitration Paralegal Duties: Organize hard copy and electronic case documents, including managing electronic files and preparing binders. Responsible for overall case file maintenance, including indexing, and filing case materials. Proofread and edit attorney work product (grammar, usage, and content). Translate legal documents for the attorneys. Research current events and perform key word searches in Lexis and other news data bases. Assist attorneys with filings in ICSID, NAI, and ICC arbitral institutions. Provide up-to-date information on jurisdiction filings, rules, and procedures. Modify and reformat PDF files and Microsoft Office documents. Assist with hearing preparation. Communicate with outside vendors for translations, document repositories, databases and document reproduction. Provide status updates on active matters to the appropriate attorneys. Coordinate with litigation support regarding data loading, etc. Liaise with office support staff to ensure efficacy of workflow. Perform other paralegal duties as necessary. Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree. 0-1 years of experience. Fluency in Spanish is required. Fluency in Portuguese is a plus. Capability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive matters and respond effectively to such situations. Enthusiastic, pro-active, self-motivated, and flexible. Ability to multi-task and prioritize in a fast-paced environment Strong organizational skills. Solid proofreading skills and excellent attention to detail. Ability to work overtime and weekends. Legal 0 - 1 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Senior Paralegal

Title : Senior Paralegal

Location : District of Columbia - Washington
Refer to Job # NIZF712649

Business is very brisk at this large, international full-service law firm that is one of the oldest and most prestigious firms in the Pacific Northwest. Their practice includes corporate, litigation, real estate, intellectual property, legislative, and other types of law. It's clients include some of the largest corporations from around the region and the globe. The firm has a strong commitment to diversity, and its attorneys enjoy a flexible, exciting environment where they can choose the specific types of work that they enjoy. All attorneys are given meaningful, interesting assignments and client contact, as well as the training and mentoring they need to enhance their skills. Relationships between associates and partners are generally good, and the firm encourages pro bono work. Billable hours requirements are reasonable, and market compensation is paid.
Senior Paralegal DUTIES: Examines, organizes, analyzes, and summarizes information relating to particular questions and organizes the communication into a logical and usable work product. Utilizes the firm s software and technology, specifically any practice-group driven technology. Investigates factual issues using a variety of sources, including libraries, websites, client repositories, and other outside sources. Maintains client-, matter-, or practice-group-specific resources in electronic format or hard copy. Presents results of all projects in effectively written memos, emails, or another logical format. Assists in all aspects of transactions or trials, including, but not limited to, drafting transactional documents and pleadings, coordinating document productions, administering trusts and estates, and assisting with real estate transactions. Maintains all the administrative standards set by the firm, including preparing and submitting daily time entries, attending administrative meetings, legal keying all client-relevant and firm information, and performing other administrative tasks as assigned. Coordinates with vendors and service providers for outside services, following the firm s procurement policies. Trains project assistants on project specific duties and responsibilities when necessary. Performs legal tasks that require significant independent judgment. Develops procedures and systems to provide effective legal services. Qualifications: College degree preferred with 5+ years of paralegal experience in the relevant subject area. Demonstrates proficiency in Microsoft Office applications and specific practice group technology. Produces accurate results. Anticipates plans and prioritizes work. Manages competing demands to meet deadlines. Possesses excellent verbal and written communication skills. Demonstrates the ability to meet obligations with confidentiality, integrity, and sensitivity. Requires high attention to detail and the ability to follow up on assignments with little or no guidance from leadership. Requires critical thinking skills sufficient to make independent decisions regarding daily work tasks. Follows detailed instructions and handles complex work. Brings problems, concerns, or discrepancies to the attention of the supervising lawyer. Has working knowledge of basic accounting principles and Excel. Maintains current knowledge of practice area industry trends and the legal profession. Legal 5 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Litigation Paralegal

Title : Litigation Paralegal

Location : District of Columbia - Washington
Refer to Job # OWWN712653


Litigation Paralegal The candidate must have a Bachelor s degree and/or Paralegal Certificate with 5-7 years of solid litigation experience. Must be familiar with litigation rules and procedures in both state and federal court, including electronic filing as well as state and federal agency procedures. Must have working knowledge of filing documents; experience with online document review platforms and coordinating with litigation support service providers, demonstrated experience in research and drafting; effective project management, planning and organizational skills; excellent oral and written communication skills; strong ability to manage multiple tasks and changing priorities; flexibility in handling work assignments and proven attention-to-detail skills. Trade/IP/337 case experience a plus. Legal 5 - 7 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Trademark Paralegal

Title : Trademark Paralegal

Location : District of Columbia - Washington
Refer to Job # VLOU712701


Trademark Paralegal The candidate will assist clients in obtaining, maintaining and protecting trademark, copyright and related intellectual property rights. Will have significant responsibility for management of client trademark portfolios, ranging from small domestic portfolios to complex international portfolios. Will communicate with clients directly regarding prosecution issues, and act as a liaison between attorneys and clients. Manage files relating to domestic and international trademark matters and manage docket to ensure all deadlines are met. Responsibilities include preparing and electronically filing US trademark applications, renewals, assignments and other prosecution documents; corresponding with foreign counsel regarding foreign trademark applications, registrations and recordals; and performing online research such as trademark clearance searches; and assisting with intellectual property due diligence. Must have formal paralegal training, preferably a 4-year degree program. Should have 10+ years of trademark paralegal experience. Copyright experience and/or TTAB experience is a plus. Must have excellent writing skills and be conversant and comfortable with the laws that govern trademarks and be able to conduct legal research utilizing on-line tools such as the USPTO website, international databases and Saegis. Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Outlook is required, as is experience working with trademark docketing systems is required. Legal 10 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Paralegal/Research Assistant

Title : Paralegal/Research Assistant

Location : District of Columbia - Washington
Refer to Job # MRAR712466


Paralegal/Research Assistant Duties: Support the firm s expanding international environmental and product stewardship practice. Works with attorneys, staff, clients, co-counsel and independent consultants to obtain documents and reference materials for client or practice group needs. Prepares written communications and reports in various formats (email, memoranda, PowerPoint, etc.). Organizes and maintains documents and other legal support materials. Conducts research, retrieves documents/information, provides updates related to environmental initiatives within U.S. federal agencies, the U.S. Congress and international organizations. Conducts research, retrieves documents/information, provides updates related to international environmental agreements, foreign environmental laws and selected industry issues. Utilizes Internet, databases, and other computerized litigation support to compile materials for the practice group. Monitors and reviews periodicals, newspapers, trade press articles, websites, Congressional Records, etc., for current developments in the environmental field. Drafts legislation tracking charts, correspondence, Freedom of Information Act requests and memoranda. Proofreads material for contextual, grammatical, typographical and spelling errors. Checks accuracy and validity of factual and legal citations in pleadings and legal memoranda using documents, library and on-line resources. Attends Congressional and Administrative hearings, relevant meetings and conferences as directed and report on the same. Assists with preparing PowerPoint presentations, including graphics. Utilizes spreadsheets to create budgeting and invoicing tracking charts. Attends meetings and webinars as requested by attorneys. Indexes or enters documents into document management system as directed. Other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Highly proficient in office computer programs such as Windows, Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and document management system software programs. Advanced skill in PowerPoint and Excel is strongly preferred. Ability to conduct Internet search. Ability to prioritize, organize and complete multiple tasks under time constraints. Ability to concentrate and pay close attention to detail. Foreign language abilities (in addition to English) preferred. A demonstrated interest in international, legal and/or environmental issues who has strong research, writing, organizational and communications skills. Some related work experience is preferred. Legal 0 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Personal Injury Paralegal

Title : Personal Injury Paralegal

Location : District of Columbia - Washington
Refer to Job # NSZN712468


Personal Injury Paralegal Duties: Drafting letters and correspondence. FOIA Requests. Obtaining and organizing documentation required at different stages of the case. Coordinating Investigator to obtain photos of scene and witnesses statements when needed. Processing PIP/Medpay. Obtaining prior injury/medical and claims/lawsuits history. Reviewing all medical records. Maintaining regular contact with clients. Notice letter to Medicare/Medicaid and lienholders. Developing harms and losses with clients. Drafting and sending out demand package. Monitoring receipt and processing of demand. Preparing closing statements. Checking account balances. Processing disbursement. Performs other essential functions necessary for the success of the department. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree preferred. 2-3 years of personal injury paralegal experience. Litigation experience a plus. Ability to manage multiple tasks, deliver results, and maintain quality while working under pressure in a fast-paced, deadline driven environment. Ability to work effectively in collaboration with others. Demonstrated proficiency and experience with broad range of computer software including Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Strong research skills and excellent oral and written communication skills. Foreign language skills are a plus. Legal 2 - 3 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Paralegal - Real Estate (Title and Survey)

Title : Paralegal - Real Estate (Title and Survey)

Location : District of Columbia - Washington
Refer to Job # ESCX712469


Paralegal - Real Estate (Title and Survey) The candidate must have significant experience with title and survey review, due diligence review, negotiation of loan documents, UCC searches/filings and organizing closing documentation. Must have college degree and 2+ years commercial real estate experience with a law firm, title company, commercial lender or other related entity. Title, plat, and survey review and experience with the Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac DUS program or FHA-insured commercial mortgage loans is required. Intermediate-level skills working with Microsoft Office applications, document management systems and time-keeping software is needed. Legal 2 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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