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Part-time Patent and Trademark Attorney

Title : Part-time Patent and Trademark Attorney

Location : Oregon - Portland
Refer to Job # XELP826585


Part-time Patent and Trademark Attorney Must have 1 year of patent prosecution experience. The candidate will entail meeting with clients in downtown Portland or Seattle on occasion. Must be comfortable working independently from a home office and regularly collaborating with other members of the firm by email and phone. Should be able to handle patent and trademark prosecution matters without oversight. A technical degree and patent Bar registration with the USPTO is required. Should be comfortable preparing patent applications for all types of inventions as well as assisting clients with trademark matters. Regular client skills are important. Legal 1 - 0 Part Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Litigation Paralegal

Title : Litigation Paralegal

Location : Oregon - Portland
Refer to Job # XQDL826664


Litigation Paralegal DUTIES: Will provide substantive legal work across multiple cases in an efficient and detailed manner. Review of client files; gather, organize, summarize and analyze factual data collected. Examine and, if necessary, obtain public records relevant to the facts of the lawsuit. Trace documents and other physical evidence. Prepare chronologies from deposition testimony, documents, and other factual records. Correspond with the client and with in-house, outside, or common counsel on factual matters. Assist in reviewing documents for the privilege; the draft log of privileged documents for production to opposing counsel in lieu of producing actual documents. Consult in-house or outside sources to develop document databases for relevant case documents from document production. Review, index, organize, analyze, and summarize documents produced by other parties. Assist in preparing discovery, pre-trial, and trial motions (i.e., motions to oppose expedited discovery, to compel discovery, for a protective order, to extend the time limit, to preclude the evidence from being admitted at trial, to admit an out-of-state attorney to appear pro hac vice, for reconsideration of court's decision) or responses to same. Draft affidavits and assemble exhibits in support of briefs and petitions. Oversee management of the firm's electronic and paper records and filing systems and the firm's calendar including implementation of the document retention and destruction policy. Serve as a resource and mentor to Legal Assistants. Communicate in a friendly and professional manner with court staff, clients, co-parties, opposing parties, and third-party witnesses. Maintain a working knowledge of technology in conference rooms and provide assistance to staff and guests as needed. Identify areas and processes for improvement and make recommendations for change. Perform technological tasks necessary for the protection of data. Assist with other projects as assigned. Demonstrate initiative, good judgment, and ability to work with humor and grace under pressure. QUALIFICATIONS: Must have 5+ years of experience with litigation, outstanding technical and project management skills, and the ability to work well independently and on a team. Must have the ability to maintain a strong sense of office protocol and interact with guests and staff members in a professional, courteous, and tactful manner at all times; strong intellect and an analytical and logical mind; ability to recognize and evaluate relevant facts and legal concepts; excellent word processing and office software skills, including demonstrated expertise with Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe Acrobat; ability to learn to be proficient with other litigation and office management software; be knowledgeable about and comfortable working with federal, state, and local court rules and practices; have general computer knowledge (wireless networks, laptop set-up, etc.), and the ability to learn new technology rapidly and thoroughly; exceptional organizational skills and the ability to manage extensive documentation and written; the ability to perform tasks with a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail, as well as to anticipate informational needs as situations and projects develop; the ability to handle multiple tasks and deadlines efficiently and accurately; strong written and oral communication skills to ensure full-circle communication with staff and effective dissemination of important tasks, projects, and meetings. Legal 5 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Litigation Attorney - Construction Defect

Title : Litigation Attorney - Construction Defect

Location : Oregon - Portland
Refer to Job # EBQM826681


Litigation Attorney - Construction Defect Responsibilities: Identifies, researches and analyzes legal issues and conflicting legal opinions; reviews legal authority cited by litigants; and conducts self-directed independent research as may be needed to further clarify issues and reach sound judicial decisions. Exhibits good judgment and organization to receive, record, and disseminate all information on behalf of the clients. Provide a legal representation of clients to protect their interests in defense of complex and high-exposure litigation. Explain litigation to those unfamiliar with the process, as well as make your case to judges, arbitrators, and opposing counsel. Take charge of cases to move them toward cost-effective, efficient, and fair resolutions. Routinely reviews and follows up on client deadlines and calendar appointments. Understanding of client-specific billing guidelines and consistently applies those guidelines to ensure cost-effective practices. Provide assistance on the handling of other attorneys files when needed. Qualifications: Juris Doctor Degree from an ABA-accredited school. Be a member of the Oregon State Bar in good standing and/or recent graduation. Must have 3+ years of experience in construction-defect litigation. Experience within civil litigation is a plus. Experience handling depositions, mediations, and arbitrations is a plus. Experience billing for one's time is a bonus. Should have the ability to handle complex assignments in a lead role, work independently, have excellent research, writing, communication and interpersonal skills, handle a variety of tasks simultaneously. The ability to draft pleadings, correspondence, memoranda and other documents is required. The ability to juggle multiple assignments and/or deadlines while maintaining a professional demeanor and seeks assistance when needed is needed. Legal 3 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Litigation Paralegal

Title : Litigation Paralegal

Location : Oregon - Portland
Refer to Job # XEMW826732

This large firm has offices throughout the Pacific Northwest and in other parts of the country. They have a diverse practice that includes corporate, litigation, intellectual property, municipal, real estate, and other types of law. Their impressive list of clients includes many Fortune 500 companies. The firm takes pride in providing quality legal services to its clients and in effectively using technology to improve its practice. A strong commitment to pro bono work is present at this firm, and its attorneys are encouraged to participate. Many opportunities for training and mentoring are available. Associates are given responsibility and client contact early in their careers.
Litigation Paralegal The candidate's duties include: Assist with document production including logging all documents produced and received and maintaining documents in binders or files; Coordinate fact investigation (i.e. locate and interview witnesses, site inspection, locate and preserve material evidence); Prepare and respond to document production demands and requests for admission; Assist with depositions including compiling and preparing exhibits in preparation for deposition; managing and maintaining depositions, including logging depositions (deponent, date, exhibits received, summaries, errata sheets) and maintaining depositions (including notebooks of mini-transcripts & summaries); and summarizing deposition transcripts; Assist with medical records including obtaining records, organizing medical records, compiling notebook of records by provider, numbering medical records, organizing and summarizing medical bills, and assembling notebooks for IME, or for expert review; Notebook preparation including medical notebooks, transaction books, deposition preparation notebooks, Arbitration/hearing notebooks and trial notebooks; Assist with exhibits to motions including compiling and preparing and designating deposition transcripts, as instructed; Assistance with trial preparation including compiling and preparing exhibits, assistance with demonstrative exhibits, deposition designation, and preparing and serving trial Subpoenas; Court runs, searching court files, and ordering audio tapes; Database work in e-discovery programs such as Relativity to include preparing or facilitating preparation of database, loading deposition transcripts, and searching database or transcripts for words or phrases upon request. Should have strong computer skills and a high level of organization and accuracy with attention to detail. Should be able to turn work around quickly, possess strong oral and written communication skills and be a self-starter who enjoys a fast paced, team environment. Should have Bachelor's degree and/or Paralegal certificate is preferred. Should have 5 years of litigation paralegal experience. Must have experience and familiarity with Federal and State Court. Any equivalent combination of experience and education will be considered. Legal 5 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Litigation Paralegal

Title : Litigation Paralegal

Location : Oregon - Portland
Refer to Job # ZYLR826408

This large firm has offices throughout the Pacific Northwest and in other parts of the country. They have a diverse practice that includes corporate, litigation, intellectual property, municipal, real estate, and other types of law. Their impressive list of clients includes many Fortune 500 companies. The firm takes pride in providing quality legal services to its clients and in effectively using technology to improve its practice. A strong commitment to pro bono work is present at this firm, and its attorneys are encouraged to participate. Many opportunities for training and mentoring are available. Associates are given responsibility and client contact early in their careers.
Litigation Paralegal Duties: Assist with document production including logging all documents produced and received and maintaining documents in binders or files. Coordinate fact investigation (i.e. locate and interview witnesses, site inspection, locate and preserve material evidence). Prepare and respond to document production demands and requests for admission. Assist with depositions including compiling and preparing exhibits in preparation for deposition; managing and maintaining depositions, including logging depositions (deponent, date, exhibits received, summaries, errata sheets) and maintaining depositions (including notebooks of mini-transcripts & summaries); and summarizing deposition transcripts. Assist with medical records including obtaining records, organizing medical records, compiling a notebook of records by the provider, numbering medical records, organizing and summarizing medical bills, and assembling notebooks for IME, or for expert review. Notebook preparation including medical notebooks, transaction books, deposition preparation notebooks, Arbitration/hearing notebooks and trial notebooks. Assist with exhibits to motions including compiling and preparing and designating deposition transcripts, as instructed. Assistance with trial preparation including compiling and preparing exhibits, assistance with demonstrative exhibits, deposition designation, and preparing and serving trial Subpoenas. Court runs, searching court files, and ordering audiotapes. Database work in e-discovery programs such as Relativity to include preparing or facilitating the preparation of database, loading deposition transcripts, and searching database or transcripts for words or phrases upon request. Ability to bill 1650 hours annually. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and/or Paralegal certificate is preferred. Must have 5 years of litigation paralegal. Experience and familiarity with Federal and State Court experience. Any equivalent combination of experience and education will be considered. Computer skills preferred such as Microsoft Office Suite, including Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint, Interaction, FileSite, Relativity or similar e-discovery software, and Trial Director. Excellent time management skills. Highly developed verbal and written communications. High level of organizational skills. The ability to manage multiple projects, activities, and tasks simultaneously. Legal 5 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Labor And Employment Paralegal

Title : Labor And Employment Paralegal

Location : Oregon - Portland
Refer to Job # OCYA826126

This large, rapidly growing, full-service law firm is making big strides in the global realm of telecommunications, e-commerce and dot coms in addition to having a very notable practice in international commerce, corporate and contract litigation. It is located in the Pacific Northwest with branches in the West and in Washington DC. Associates are encouraged to pursue community involvement to enhance their well-rounded approach to law and life. Billable hours credit is given for Pro Bono work, and the firm's hours requirements are very reasonable. Strong mentoring and training programs are present.
Labor and Employment Paralegal The candidate drafts interrogatories, requests for production, motions, memorandums, witness and deposition outlines, privilege logs; draft correspondence to clients. Manages the collection of discovery documents from clients, manages eDiscovery litigation review databases, manages outside reviewers; manages document productions; maintains the collection, production, and privilege logs. Oversees disposition of documents at the end of the case. Annotates summarizes or categorizes testimony, documents, physical evidence, or other information; assists with determining relevance and privilege; critiques experts' reports; and prepares numerical analyses. Assists with pretrial motions; prepare trial notebooks and trial exhibits; schedules witnesses; files lists of exhibits and witnesses with the court; and arranges for trial support services. Develops and maintains positive relationships with the firm's clients. Performs administrative responsibilities assigned by the practice area or department chair. Examples include disseminating changes in the codes, statutes, regulations, and procedures to others in the firm and maintaining current files of forms used in the assigned practice area. Applies knowledge of codes, statutes, regulations, and procedures related to the assigned practice area. Conducts pre-claim investigation, legal research, and initial case assessments. Obtains records and documents; interviews clients, parties, and witnesses; prepares subpoenas; locates expert witnesses; manages litigation review databases; reviews literature and searches databases. Assembles and organizes factual information. Other duties as assigned. High school diploma or equivalent required. A college degree is preferred. Must have 3 to 5 years of related experience that demonstrates analytical and written research capabilities. Must have paralegal certificate in the appropriate jurisdiction. Highly organized and experienced in labor, employment, employee benefits, and litigation law. Must possess the following capabilities: analytical skills; excellent planning and organizational skills; initiative; good judgment; project management skills; excellent oral communication skills; excellent written communication skills; high work standards; technical knowledge in the area of practice-related codes, statutes, and regulations; ability to learn; ability to establish effective follow-up procedures; positive impact with clients and co-workers; strong client service orientation; ability to demonstrate teamwork/cooperation with others; adaptability; and ability to work on a variety of projects, make fast decisions, work with detailed information, work independently and at a fast pace. Must have prior experience with online litigation document review databases. Must have a strong understanding of the EDRM. Must have prior experience with or be capable of rapidly understanding, interpreting, and applying to various client circumstances the full range of codes, statutes, and procedures related to the assigned practice area. Must be capable of operating a telephone, calculator, personal computer, and printer and learning/using software required to successfully perform job functions, e.g., an electronic mail; drafting correspondence and documents; proofreading for correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling; reading and interpreting legal correspondence, memoranda, documents, reference publications or reference books and technical manuals in printed form or on a computer screen; occasionally lifting and carrying boxes of files or documents weighing up to 25 pounds, and using a hand truck. Legal 3 - 5 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Corporate Paralegal - B&t

Title : Corporate Paralegal - B&t

Location : Oregon - Portland
Refer to Job # NXLG826147

This high-powered, long-established firm offers great opportunities for top-notch candidates seeking rapid growth and high volume in intellectual property and dozens of other challenging practices. We really have a lot of good things to say about this firm because the firm seems to consistently set a high mark for itself in numerous, numerous categories. For example, the attorneys in this firm are all almost universally very nice people to work with and this firm puts a real powerful emphasis on quality of life issues for both its associates and partners. Without exception, the firm’s attorneys claim they are treated with a tremendous amount of respect – the firm is genuinely interested in making long-term relationships with people. Management is extraordinarily introspective about the candidates they interview – according to one candidate, the firm is “almost philosophical” in its approach towards recruiting. Attorneys here typically bill in the 1800 range.
Corporate Paralegal - B&T The candidate will draft and File Certificates of Incorporation and Certificates of Formation in Delaware and other Jurisdictions. Assist clients in preparing due diligence request lists and responding to due diligence requests in financing and M&A transactions; proficient in setting up and using different technology platforms (i.e. virtual data rooms) and other methods for responding to such requests; maintains best practices for organizing, tracking and communicating due diligence responses. Prepare and maintain closing checklists for private placement financings and M&A transactions. Act as primary interface with filing services for any corporate filings required to complete a financing or M&A transaction; keeps all parties aware of filing deadlines. Assist in closing of private placements and M&A transactions, including drafting ancillary documents, preparing signature pages, updating investor schedules, tracking receipt of signatures, and compiling fully executed copies of documents and agreements. Identify Lien Search Jurisdiction and Order Lien Searches. Review Lien Search results and prepare lien summaries. Review and Draft UCC-1 and UCC-3 Financing Statements. Identify and Distinguish all asset UCC Filings from equipment filings. Order Charters and Good Standing Certificates. Prepare and Disseminate Good Standing Status issues to team. Understand Differences in Long and Short Form Good Standings. Determine actions necessary to restore Good Standing Status. Obtain Bylaws/Operating Agreements. Organize Charters; Bylaws/Operating Agreements and Good Standing Certificates in Firm Document Management System (NetDoc s). Prepare Org. Charts showing ownership interests. Draft Resolutions, Opinion Support Certificates; Secretary Certificates and Closing Certificates. Assist with Distribution of above. Revise Resolutions, Secretary Certificates and Closing Certificates as necessary. Responsible for obtaining copies of Original Securities to be Pledged. Prepare Stock Certificates to be Pledged. Update Cap Tables and Ledgers as necessary. Draft Stock/Unit Powers and/or Endorsements. Responsible for ensuring Delivery of Original Certificates to Lenders Counsel. Obtain and Maintain Director and Officer lists for each loan party. Prepare Signature Packets for Attorney Review. Distribute Signature Packets for Execution. Review and Organize Executed Signature Pages. Prepare Signature Pages for DocuSign or similar electronic execution. Prepare and Review Closing Checklist and Conditions Precedent Section of Loan Agreements to determine deliverables. Identify Loan Parties. Order Bring Down Good Standing. Compile Closing Deliverables (e.g., Secretary's Certificates, Borrowing Notice, Officer/Closing Certificates, Perfection Certificates, and Solvency Certificates). Distribute Executed Signature Pages and Closing Deliverables to all Parties in Escrow. Add Executed Versions and Final Versions of Closing Documents to Firm Document Management System (NetDoc s). Compile and Organize Delivery of Original executed Signature Pages and Closing Deliverable to relevant Parties. Prepared Electronic Closing Sets. Distribute Original Executed Resolutions to Corporate Minute Book Holders. A strong background in providing corporate support to emerging companies, debt financing experience, and background in M&A transactions is required. Bachelor's degree and completion of paralegal program of study, or clear demonstration of equivalent knowledge and skill required. Advanced proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, and Outlook) for the creation and editing of documents, Proficiency in cap table management software, including Carta and Capshare, is not required, but candidate will be expected to become proficient in both quickly required. Proficiency in the use of electronic signature applications (e.g. DocuSign) and document retention databases (e.g. Google Docs, Dropbox and other proprietary virtual data rooms) required. Ability to quickly adapt to new technologies and methods of client communication as needed. Ability to understand and follow work directions, make discretionary decisions, manage multiple priorities and respond to urgent requests with minimal supervision required. Excellent proactive communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to maintain effective working relationships and communicate verbally and in writing, with clients, firm members, and other business contacts required. Exceptional client service skills, as well as the ability to handle stressful situations in a calm, composed manner required. Ability to pay close attention to detail and be highly organized and accurate required. Strong time and task management skills required. Legal 0 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Paralegal Employment

Title : Paralegal Employment

Location : Oregon - Portland
Refer to Job # EDWB825891

This high-powered, long-established firm offers great opportunities for top-notch candidates seeking rapid growth and high volume in intellectual property and dozens of other challenging practices. We really have a lot of good things to say about this firm because the firm seems to consistently set a high mark for itself in numerous, numerous categories. For example, the attorneys in this firm are all almost universally very nice people to work with and this firm puts a real powerful emphasis on quality of life issues for both its associates and partners. Without exception, the firm’s attorneys claim they are treated with a tremendous amount of respect – the firm is genuinely interested in making long-term relationships with people. Management is extraordinarily introspective about the candidates they interview – according to one candidate, the firm is “almost philosophical” in its approach towards recruiting. Attorneys here typically bill in the 1800 range.
Paralegal - Employment Duties: Proactively serve as the focal point for litigation team communications and centralized repository for information on project assignments and status. Work with secretaries and docketing personnel to ensure that both calendar systems contain accurate and current information. Oversee creation, indexing, and continued maintenance of complex case files and document collections. Proofread legal memoranda to identify and correct typographical and grammatical errors; check all citations to legal authorities and to the evidence for accuracy of citations and forms of citation consistent with The Bluebook and/or specific court requirements; verify history of cited cases. Coordinate and manage court filings, either in paper or electronic form as determined by court requirements. Perform complex fact research and analysis; retrieve and review documents from clients, other parties, and outside sources such as the Internet, public agencies, courts or libraries, as well as case, statutory and/or regulatory law; prepare memoranda or summaries documenting research. Manage the creation and maintenance of special collections of documents (including witness files, subject and issue files, experts reliance documents, etc.). May prepare initial drafts of discovery requests and responses and other pleadings and memoranda. Assist with and participate in collection of client and other parties documents; manage detailed tracking of document collection; work with litigation support to ensure proper collection of electronic documents and files. Work with litigation support to retain vendors, as needed, for all aspects of document production and review; conduct quality control assessment of work performed by vendors. Draft memoranda or other documents memorializing in detail the processes used in collecting and producing client documents. Conduct initial review of client documents to determine responsiveness and relevance and to identify documents protected by attorney-client privilege; draft privilege logs. Perform complex database searches to locate and retrieve selected documents. Prepare or supervise the preparation of exhibits for use at depositions and maintain a system to track marked exhibits. Manage the collection and status of deposition transcripts; perform searches in the deposition full-text database; summarize deposition transcripts. Assist with trial or arbitration proceedings (tasks include but are not limited to: preparation of exhibit and witness lists, designations of deposition testimony, preparation of the trial brief). Coordinate logistics with court personnel and other counsel. Work with trial support vendor and/or internal litigation support staff to select, prepare, and operate courtroom technology; coordinate set-up and use of technology with courtroom personnel and other counsel. Assist attorneys at trial (e.g., track and manage trial exhibits, coordinate with witnesses, operate courtroom presentation tools, act as liaison with court personnel, and summarize trial testimony); coordinate trial support work of more junior paralegals and/or document clerks. Accurately and completely record billable time spent and tasks performed in accordance with firm policy and client-imposed billing protocols; enter and release time promptly in compliance with the firm's announced deadlines. Accurately and promptly submit records of hours worked in compliance with the firm's established deadlines. Maintain regular and consistent attendance and punctuality. Adhere to schedule by being timely on breaks, lunches and meetings. Accept and perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and completion of paralegal program of study, or clear demonstration of equivalent knowledge and skill. 5+ years of paralegal experience, depending upon practice area and position available. Class-Action experience a plus. Highly developed skills in time and task management. Great attention to detail in striving for perfection in the firm's work product and client servic. Advanced proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office computerized business applications (Word, Excel, and Outlook) for the creation and editing of complex documents, spreadsheets, and e-mail. Proficiency in the use of computerized legal research and document retention databases, like Westlaw, Relativity, for performance of legal and fact research and effective management of complex evidence and case files. Proficiency in the use of trial support software, like Trial Director, preferred. Proficiency in the use of eDiscovery software, i.e., Relativity, preferred. Legal 5 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Corporate Paralegal - M&A

Title : Corporate Paralegal - M&A

Location : Oregon - Portland
Refer to Job # HIQE825894

This high-powered, long-established firm offers great opportunities for top-notch candidates seeking rapid growth and high volume in intellectual property and dozens of other challenging practices. We really have a lot of good things to say about this firm because the firm seems to consistently set a high mark for itself in numerous, numerous categories. For example, the attorneys in this firm are all almost universally very nice people to work with and this firm puts a real powerful emphasis on quality of life issues for both its associates and partners. Without exception, the firm’s attorneys claim they are treated with a tremendous amount of respect – the firm is genuinely interested in making long-term relationships with people. Management is extraordinarily introspective about the candidates they interview – according to one candidate, the firm is “almost philosophical” in its approach towards recruiting. Attorneys here typically bill in the 1800 range.
Corporate Paralegal - M&A The candidate will support multiple Corporate Attorney Teams focusing on Mergers and Acquisitions in all aspects of Deal work, General Corporate, and Debt Financing. Draft and File Certificates of Incorporation and Certificates of Formation in Delaware and other Jurisdictions. Assist clients in preparing due diligence request lists and responding to due diligence requests in financing and M&A transactions; proficient in setting up and using different technology platforms (i.e. virtual data rooms) and other methods for responding to such requests; maintains best practices for organizing, tracking and communicating due diligence responses. Prepare and maintain closing checklists for private placement financings and M&A transactions. Act as primary interface with filing services for any corporate filings required to complete a financing or M&A transaction; keeps all parties aware of filing deadlines. Assist in the closing of private placements and M&A transactions, including drafting ancillary documents, preparing signature pages, updating investor schedules, tracking receipt of signatures, and compiling fully executed copies of documents and agreements. Identify Lien Search Jurisdiction and Order Lien Searches. Review Lien Search results and prepare lien summaries. Review and Draft UCC-1 and UCC-3 Financing Statements. Identify and Distinguish all asset UCC Filings from equipment filings. Order Charters and Good Standing Certificates. Prepare and Disseminate Good Standing Status issues to the team. Understand Differences in Long and Short Form Good Standings. Determine actions necessary to restore Good Standing Status. Obtain Bylaws/Operating Agreements. Organize Charters; Bylaws/Operating Agreements and Good Standing Certificates in Firm Document Management System (NetDoc s). Prepare Org. Charts showing ownership interests. Draft Resolutions, Opinion Support Certificates; Secretary Certificates, and Closing Certificates. Assist with Distribution of the above. Revise Resolutions, Secretary Certificates, and Closing Certificates as necessary. Responsible for obtaining copies of Original Securities to be Pledged. Prepare Stock Certificates to be Pledged. Update Cap Tables and Ledgers as necessary. Draft Stock/Unit Powers and/or Endorsements. Responsible for ensuring Delivery of Original Certificates to Lenders Counsel. Obtain and Maintain Director and Officer lists for each loan party. Prepare Signature Packets for Attorney Review. Distribute Signature Packets for Execution. Review and Organize Executed Signature Pages. Prepare Signature Pages for DocuSign or similar electronic execution. Prepare and Review Closing Checklist and Conditions Precedent Section of Loan Agreements to determine deliverables. Identify Loan Parties. Order Bring Down Good Standing. Compile Closing Deliverables (e.g., Secretary's Certificates, Borrowing Notice, Officer/Closing Certificates, Perfection Certificates, and Solvency Certificates). Distribute Executed Signature Pages and Closing Deliverables to all Parties in Escrow. Add Executed Versions and Final Versions of Closing Documents to Firm Document Management System (NetDoc s). Compile and Organize Delivery of Original executed Signature Pages and Closing deliverables to relevant Parties. Prepared Electronic Closing Sets. Distribute Original Executed Resolutions to Corporate Minute Book Holders. The candidate must have a Bachelor's degree and completion of paralegal program of study, or clear demonstration of equivalent knowledge and skill; a strong background in providing corporate support to emerging companies, debt financing experience, and background in M&A transactions; advanced proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, and Outlook) for the creation and editing of documents, Proficiency in cap table management software, including Carta and Capshare; proficiency in the use of electronic signature applications (e.g. DocuSign) and document retention databases (e.g. Google Docs, Dropbox, and other proprietary virtual data rooms); ability to quickly adapt to new technologies and methods of client communication as needed; ability to understand and follow work directions, make discretionary decisions, manage multiple priorities and respond to urgent requests with minimal supervision; excellent proactive communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to maintain effective working relationships and communicate verbally and in writing, with clients, firm members, and other business contacts; exceptional client service skills, as well as the ability to handle stressful situations in a calm, composed manner; ability to pay close attention to detail and be highly organized and accurate; strong time and task management skills; ability to work effectively and juggle multiple tasks in a team-oriented service environment. Legal 1 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Legal Assistant/paralegal

Title : Legal Assistant/paralegal

Location : Oregon - Portland
Refer to Job # YUQD825903


Legal Assistant/Paralegal Portland, OR 97201 $3,000 - $5,000 a month - Full-time Urgently hiring Job details Salary $3,000 - $5,000 a month Job Type Full-time Number of hires for this role 1 Qualifications High school or equivalent (Preferred) Certified Notary Public (Preferred) Full Job Description Legal Assistant Family Law We are a small family law firm located in downtown Portland looking for a legal assistant/paralegal. We are looking to hire as soon as possible. Duties would include: managing an attorney's calendar, answering phone calls, scheduling with the court system, e-filing, drafting pleadings and letters, billing, managing discovery, and office maintenance. Programs commonly used are CLIO, Word, Excel, Outlook, Acrobat, and Zoom. We are looking for someone with the following attributes: highly organized, detail oriented, honesty, professionalism, politeness, dedication, ability to maintain confidentiality, excellent grasp of the English language, and a positive team attitude. We are open to training the right person (if you are willing to learn and ask questions!), though education or previous experience is always helpful and preferred. Pay: Depending on experience Benefits: paid vacation and sick leave, 401(K) after one year, health insurance if needed, parking if needed Please provide a resum and cover letter along with answers to the following questions: Why do you have the organizational skills and attention to detail that is required? What is your requested salary and why do you believe this is a justified number? When is your soonest availability to begin? Are you interested in a full-time or part-time role? (this job is full-time, but for the right candidate, part-time can be negotiated) What do you look for in an employer and co-workers? How do you spend your spare time? Do you like to read? If so, what? Job Type: Full-time Pay: $3,000.00 - $5,000.00 per month Benefits: 401(k) Paid time off Schedule: 8 hour shift Day shift Monday to Friday COVID-19 considerations: We are adhering to COVID-19 social distancing guidelines such as mask wearing and maintaining six feet distance. Education: High school or equivalent (Preferred) Experience: legal assistant: 1 year (Preferred) office: 1 year (Preferred) License/Certification: Certified Notary Public (Preferred) Work Location: One location Work Location: One location Just posted If you require alternative methods of application or screening, you must approach the employer directly to request this as Indeed is not responsible for the employer's application process. Legal 0 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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