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Corporate/ Transactional Paralegal

Title : Corporate/ Transactional Paralegal

Location : Washington - Seattle
Refer to Job # HIZX733748

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.
Corporate/ Transactional Paralegal Duties: Assists attorneys in the delivery of legal services to the firms clients and works under the direction of the firms lawyers and, in many instances, directly with clients. Responsibilities for client work are directed by an attorney. A key part of our professional client teams and this position allows a candidate to assume significant responsibility for transactions and offers opportunities for professional growth. First contact point for many of clients. Will find challenging work assignments, opportunities for professional growth and community involvement, and a culture of innovation. Conduct lien and litigation searches nationwide. Maintain and update corporate records and minute books. Research and analyze legal sources such as statutes, case law, legal articles, and regulatory sources. Communicate regularly with attorneys and clients regarding the status of projects and deadlines, and informs attorneys of any issues. Draft Operating Agreements, Bylaws, Certificates of Incorporation, Board and Shareholder Consents, Warranty and Stock Option documentation, Securities memos and Closing Checklists. Prepare final closing book and draft necessary stock certificates in regards to Mergers and Acquisitions and corporate refinancing/restructuring deals. Prepare UCC financing statement filings, amendments and terminations. Prepare, distribute and file annual reports and renewals. Filing and obtaining employer and tax identification numbers (EINs). Develop and maintain positive relationships with the firms clients, title insurance companies, closing agents, administrative agencies, and other outside vendors. Perform 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. Requirements: A bachelors degree or equivalent is preferred. Must have paralegal certificate in the appropriate jurisdiction. Must have corporate transactional experience that demonstrates analytical and written capabilities. Must have prior experience with or be capable of rapidly understanding, interpreting and applying to various client circumstances the applicable legal framework and internal procedures related to the assigned practice area. Knowledge of word processing and spreadsheet software in a Windows-based environment. Must have the following capabilities: analytical skills; attention to detail; excellent planning and organizing skills; initiative; good judgment and ability to make reasoned decisions; project management skills; excellent oral and written communication skills; high work standards; technical knowledge in the area of practice-related codes, statutes and regulations; ability to learn and establish effective follow-up and follow-through 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 in a fast-paced environment, work with detailed information and work independently. Highly organized and experienced in corporate/transactional law and record keeping to include entity formation, annual reporting, operating agreements, partnership agreements, corporate structuring, sales, mergers and acquisitions. Legal 1 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Corporate Or Litigation Program Paralegal

Title : Corporate Or Litigation Program Paralegal

Location : Massachusetts - Boston
Refer to Job # QYAJ733762


Corporate or Litigation Program Paralegal The candidate will be responsible to track and maintain client files, including corporate minute books, board books and stock records. Calendar and maintain deadline-driven documents and filings. Prepare and file various forms with the IRS and other state taxing authorities. Draft and process legal response letters in connection with audit requests in compliance with established firm policy and procedure. Assist in the preparation and drafting of corporate documents, including stock certificates, option agreements, and financing statements as needed. Assist with due diligence review of materials and retrieval of publicly available documents from state officials for corporate transactions or when requested. Perform public searches, including federal and state lien searches, financing statement, and secretary of state records and prepares charts or summaries to illustrate results. Assist with filings to and searches of Federal and state Agencies, including U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission; Secretary of States sites, and others. Coordinate and participate in the review of printer proofs (proofreading). Assist with the organization and maintenance of corporate closing and data rooms, whether physical or electronic. Assist in post closing activities and deliveries, including closing binder preparation and distribution, and with other corporate document distributions. Perform other work-related duties as assigned by the Paralegal Managers, Paralegal Supervisors and Paralegal Coordinators. Comply with department and firm administrative procedures, policies and best practices. Communicates, corresponds and interacts with clients and outside entities, such as government agencies, expert witnesses, corporations and other law firms to gather information or data. The candidate must have a bachelors degree from a top-ranked institution. Strong interpersonal and communication skills are needed. Must be a self-starter who is both highly organized and a team player. Able to maintain strict confidentiality of the firm's internal and personnel affairs and client information. Must be to understand ethics of position including ethical rules in regards to confidentiality, billing, and client representation and advocacy. Should be able to interact effectively and professionally with clients and all levels of personnel, including attorneys, co-workers, management and support staff. Must be able to be a proactive, self-starter who understands the details within a much larger context. Ability to own professional development by seeking out feedback and learning new skills are required. Ability to embrace new processes and incorporate new technology to meet client demands as they evolve is necessary. General working knowledge of Microsoft office programs including MS Word and Excel needed. Prior experience utilizing Adobe Acrobat is a plus. Must be flexible in order to respond quickly and positively to shifting demands and opportunities; able to work under tight deadlines and handle multiple, detailed tasks. Must be team-oriented and able to share information, goals, opportunities, successes and failures with the appropriate parties. Must be able to plan, organize and complete multiple related activities. Ability to influence at all levels of the organization is essential. Should be able to problem solve and work with minimal supervision. Ability to anticipate problems and issues and exercise independent judgment for resolution is critical. Must deliver high quality work product and display ownership, having the ability to follow up and follow through. Must have the ability to work independently, as well as on teams, in a fast-paced environment. Ability to effectively work in a multi-office environment and a culturally and educationally diverse environment is beneficial. Some lifting of boxes up to 20 pounds is required. Flexibility to travel on short notice and work overtime as needed is necessary. Legal 0 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Corporate Or Litigation Program Paralegal

Title : Corporate Or Litigation Program Paralegal

Location : Illinois - Chicago
Refer to Job # VFVW733763


Corporate or Litigation Program Paralegal The candidate will be responsible to track and maintain client files, including corporate minute books, board books and stock records. Calendar and maintain deadline-driven documents and filings. Prepare and file various forms with the IRS and other state taxing authorities. Draft and process legal response letters in connection with audit requests in compliance with established firm policy and procedure. Assist in the preparation and drafting of corporate documents, including stock certificates, option agreements, and financing statements as needed. Assist with due diligence review of materials and retrieval of publicly available documents from state officials for corporate transactions or when requested. Perform public searches, including federal and state lien searches, financing statement, and secretary of state records and prepares charts or summaries to illustrate results. Assist with filings to and searches of Federal and state Agencies, including U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission; Secretary of States sites, and others. Coordinate and participate in the review of printer proofs (proofreading). Assist with the organization and maintenance of corporate closing and data rooms, whether physical or electronic. Assist in post closing activities and deliveries, including closing binder preparation and distribution, and with other corporate document distributions. Perform other work-related duties as assigned by the Paralegal Managers, Paralegal Supervisors and Paralegal Coordinators. Comply with department and firm administrative procedures, policies and best practices. Communicates, corresponds and interacts with clients and outside entities, such as government agencies, expert witnesses, corporations and other law firms to gather information or data. The candidate must have a bachelors degree from a top-ranked institution. Strong interpersonal and communication skills are needed. Must be a self-starter who is both highly organized and a team player. Able to maintain strict confidentiality of the firm's internal and personnel affairs and client information. Must be to understand ethics of position including ethical rules in regards to confidentiality, billing, and client representation and advocacy. Should be able to interact effectively and professionally with clients and all levels of personnel, including attorneys, co-workers, management and support staff. Must be able to be a proactive, self-starter who understands the details within a much larger context. Ability to own professional development by seeking out feedback and learning new skills are required. Ability to embrace new processes and incorporate new technology to meet client demands as they evolve is necessary. General working knowledge of Microsoft office programs including MS Word and Excel needed. Prior experience utilizing Adobe Acrobat is a plus. Must be flexible in order to respond quickly and positively to shifting demands and opportunities; able to work under tight deadlines and handle multiple, detailed tasks. Must be team-oriented and able to share information, goals, opportunities, successes and failures with the appropriate parties. Must be able to plan, organize and complete multiple related activities. Ability to influence at all levels of the organization is essential. Should be able to problem solve and work with minimal supervision. Ability to anticipate problems and issues and exercise independent judgment for resolution is critical. Must deliver high quality work product and display ownership, having the ability to follow up and follow through. Must have the ability to work independently, as well as on teams, in a fast-paced environment. Ability to effectively work in a multi-office environment and a culturally and educationally diverse environment is beneficial. Some lifting of boxes up to 20 pounds is required. Flexibility to travel on short notice and work overtime as needed is necessary. Legal 0 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Corporate Or Litigation Program Paralegal

Title : Corporate Or Litigation Program Paralegal

Location : District of Columbia - Washington
Refer to Job # TBNT733764


Corporate or Litigation Program Paralegal The candidate will be responsible to track and maintain client files, including corporate minute books, board books and stock records. Calendar and maintain deadline-driven documents and filings. Prepare and file various forms with the IRS and other state taxing authorities. Draft and process legal response letters in connection with audit requests in compliance with established firm policy and procedure. Assist in the preparation and drafting of corporate documents, including stock certificates, option agreements, and financing statements as needed. Assist with due diligence review of materials and retrieval of publicly available documents from state officials for corporate transactions or when requested. Perform public searches, including federal and state lien searches, financing statement, and secretary of state records and prepares charts or summaries to illustrate results. Assist with filings to and searches of Federal and state Agencies, including U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission; Secretary of States sites, and others. Coordinate and participate in the review of printer proofs (proofreading). Assist with the organization and maintenance of corporate closing and data rooms, whether physical or electronic. Assist in post closing activities and deliveries, including closing binder preparation and distribution, and with other corporate document distributions. Perform other work-related duties as assigned by the Paralegal Managers, Paralegal Supervisors and Paralegal Coordinators. Comply with department and firm administrative procedures, policies and best practices. Communicates, corresponds and interacts with clients and outside entities, such as government agencies, expert witnesses, corporations and other law firms to gather information or data. The candidate must have a bachelors degree from a top-ranked institution. Strong interpersonal and communication skills are needed. Must be a self-starter who is both highly organized and a team player. Able to maintain strict confidentiality of the firm's internal and personnel affairs and client information. Must be to understand ethics of position including ethical rules in regards to confidentiality, billing, and client representation and advocacy. Should be able to interact effectively and professionally with clients and all levels of personnel, including attorneys, co-workers, management and support staff. Must be able to be a proactive, self-starter who understands the details within a much larger context. Ability to own professional development by seeking out feedback and learning new skills are required. Ability to embrace new processes and incorporate new technology to meet client demands as they evolve is necessary. General working knowledge of Microsoft office programs including MS Word and Excel needed. Prior experience utilizing Adobe Acrobat is a plus. Must be flexible in order to respond quickly and positively to shifting demands and opportunities; able to work under tight deadlines and handle multiple, detailed tasks. Must be team-oriented and able to share information, goals, opportunities, successes and failures with the appropriate parties. Must be able to plan, organize and complete multiple related activities. Ability to influence at all levels of the organization is essential. Should be able to problem solve and work with minimal supervision. Ability to anticipate problems and issues and exercise independent judgment for resolution is critical. Must deliver high quality work product and display ownership, having the ability to follow up and follow through. Must have the ability to work independently, as well as on teams, in a fast-paced environment. Ability to effectively work in a multi-office environment and a culturally and educationally diverse environment is beneficial. Some lifting of boxes up to 20 pounds is required. Flexibility to travel on short notice and work overtime as needed is necessary. Legal 0 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Corporate Paralegal

Title : Corporate Paralegal

Location : New York - Long Island
Refer to Job # SXPO733767


Corporate Paralegal The candidate will be responsible to track and maintain client files, including corporate minute books, board books and stock records. Calendar and maintain deadline-driven documents and filings. Prepare and file various forms with the IRS and other state taxing authorities. Draft and process legal response letters in connection with audit requests in compliance with established firm policy and procedure. Assist in the preparation and drafting of corporate documents, including but not limited to stock certificates, option agreements, and financing statements as needed. Assist with due diligence review of materials and retrieval of publicly available documents from state officials for corporate transactions or when requested. Perform public searches, including federal and state lien searches, financing statement, and secretary of state records and prepares charts or summaries to illustrate results. Assist with filings to and searches of Federal and state Agencies, including U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission; Secretary of States sites, and others. Coordinate and participate in the review of printer proofs (proofreading). Assist with the organization and maintenance of corporate closing and data rooms, whether physical or electronic. Assist in post closing activities and deliveries, including closing binder preparation and distribution, and with other corporate document distributions. The candidate must have a bachelors degree from a top-ranked institution. Strong interpersonal and communication skills are needed. Must be a self-starter who is both highly organized and a team player. Ability to maintain strict confidentiality of the firm's internal and personnel affairs and client information is required. Must have understood ethics of position including ethical rules in regards to confidentiality, billing, and client representation and advocacy. Ability to interact effectively and professionally with clients and all levels of personnel, including attorneys, co-workers, management and support staff is required. Ability to own professional development by seeking out feedback and learning new skills is critical. Ability to embrace new processes and incorporate new technology to meet client demands as they evolve is essential. Must be flexible in order to respond quickly and positively to shifting demands and opportunities; able to work under tight deadlines and handle multiple, detailed tasks. Must be team-oriented and able to share information, goals, opportunities, successes and failures with the appropriate parties. Ability to plan, organize and complete multiple related activities is necessary. Must be able to anticipate problems and issues and exercise independent judgment for resolution. Legal 0 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Corporate Paralegal (entry-level)

Title : Corporate Paralegal (entry-level)

Location : California - San Francisco
Refer to Job # AEPJ733770


Corporate Paralegal (Entry-Level) The candidate will be responsible to track and maintain client files, including corporate minute books, board books and stock records. Calendar and maintain deadline-driven documents and filings. Prepare and file various forms with the IRS and other state taxing authorities. Draft and process legal response letters in connection with audit requests in compliance with established firm policy and procedure. Assist in the preparation and drafting of corporate documents, including but not limited to stock certificates, option agreements, and financing statements as needed. Assist with due diligence review of materials and retrieval of publicly available documents from state officials for corporate transactions or when requested. Perform public searches, including federal and state lien searches, financing statement, and secretary of state records and prepares charts or summaries to illustrate results. Assist with filings to and searches of Federal and state Agencies, including U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission; Secretary of States sites, and others. Coordinate and participate in the review of printer proofs (proofreading). Assist with the organization and maintenance of corporate closing and data rooms, whether physical or electronic. Assist in post closing activities and deliveries, including closing binder preparation and distribution, and with other corporate document distributions. The candidate must have a bachelors degree from a top-ranked institution. Strong interpersonal and communication skills are needed. Must be able to maintain strict confidentiality of the firm's internal and personnel affairs and client information. Understanding ethics of position including ethical rules in regards to confidentiality, billing, and client representation and advocacy is required. Ability to interact effectively and professionally with clients and all levels of personnel, including attorneys, co-workers, management and support staff is necessary. Ability to own professional development by seeking out feedback and learning new skills is critical. Ability to embrace new processes and incorporate new technology to meet client demands as they evolve is necessary. Must be flexible in order to respond quickly and positively to shifting demands and opportunities; able to work under tight deadlines and handle multiple, detailed tasks. Must be team-oriented and able to share information, goals, opportunities, successes and failures with the appropriate parties. Ability to plan, organize and complete multiple related activities is desired. Ability to influence at all levels of the organization is must. Need to problem solve and work with minimal supervision. Should anticipate problems and issues and exercise independent judgment for resolution. Must deliver high quality work product and display ownership, having the ability to follow up and follow through. Ability to work independently, as well as on teams, in a fast-paced environment is necessary. Legal 0 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Corporate Associate Attorney

Title : Corporate Associate Attorney

Location : Florida - Ponte Vedra Beach
Refer to Job # MZEQ733682


Corporate Associate Attorney The candidate should have 2+ years of experience working as a corporate attorney with mergers and acquisitions and corporate transactional experience. Such experience should include drafting and negotiating buy-sell agreements, corporate formation documents, and operating and shareholder agreements. Must be admitted to the Florida Bar and in good standing. Legal 2 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Senior Corporate Paralegal - Commercial Real Estate

Title : Senior Corporate Paralegal - Commercial Real Estate

Location : New York - Long Island
Refer to Job # MEUU733702

Practice law in the London office of this powerhouse international New York firm. This firm’s client list reads like a “Who’s Who” of the world’s corporate big leaguers, and they have a full service practice that excels in virtually all areas of the law. This energetic, youthful firm blends polished professionalism with a bright, informal atmosphere. The combination is awesome! Associates are respected and are given early responsibility as well as good training and feedback. They are now seeking candidates of the highest caliber with excellent academics and experience.
Senior Corporate Paralegal - Commercial Real Estate The candidate will perform due diligence, including review of title, survey, offering plans, appraisals, environmental reports, zoning reports, regulatory agreements, UCC financing statements and related filings, tax searches, judgment and bankruptcy search results, leases, service contracts, and corporate documentation. Draft and prepare legal documents for Attorney review. Draft and edit organizational documents, including operating agreements, certificates of formation, articles of organization, structure charts, consents and certificates. Form, amend, qualify and dissolve business entities as required for transaction strategies. Obtain and review lien searches, as well as prepare UCC financing statements and UCC abstracts/charts. Review titles abstracts and summarize title commitments, exception documents. Prepare title objection letters and coordinate with title companies, surveyors, lenders, borrowers, property owners and outside counsel. Review and summarize leases, appraisals, property condition reports, environmental reports, zoning reports and licenses. Review surveys, plats, legal descriptions for accuracy noting defects, encumbrances, liens, easements, etc. Coordinate resolution of issues with title companies, surveyors, lenders, borrowers and property owners and counsel. Prepare review, and assemble and organize closing documents. Draft and maintain closing checklists. Compile and maintain key contract dates schedule. Maintain ftp sites and manage document collection to ensure all requisite documentation is received an in proper order. Provides overflow assistance to peers/team members within department to further enhance departmental operations; and promotes a positive work and team environment. Maintain time records ensuring accurate and timely release of Intapp entries. Should have College degree, paralegal certificate from an ABA accredited program, or comparable work experience, preferably in a law firm. Should have 8+ years real estate paralegal experience. Legal 8 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Senior Corporate Paralegal

Title : Senior Corporate Paralegal

Location : New York - Long Island
Refer to Job # MTRC733703

Practice law in the London office of this powerhouse international New York firm. This firm’s client list reads like a “Who’s Who” of the world’s corporate big leaguers, and they have a full service practice that excels in virtually all areas of the law. This energetic, youthful firm blends polished professionalism with a bright, informal atmosphere. The combination is awesome! Associates are respected and are given early responsibility as well as good training and feedback. They are now seeking candidates of the highest caliber with excellent academics and experience.
Senior Corporate Paralegal Duties : The candidate will work closely with and provide support to the Corporate Department on a variety of transactions, manage high volume and complex corporate transactions, incorporate, amend, qualify and dissolve business entities, assist in training and mentoring less experienced paralegals, assist supervisor and/or coordinator with staffing requests, distribution of workload and development of training programs, review paralegal time entries and ensure compliance with firm protocols. Order certified charter and good standing documents from State offices. Assist in due diligence reviews. Draft ancillary documents under attorney supervision (e.g., officer's certificates, bylaws, and corporate resolutions), notes, and agent for service of process letters, stock certificates, stock powers and collateral receipt letters. Proofread and revise transaction documents (e.g., Asset Purchase Agreement, Stock Purchase Agreement, etc.) Disseminate documentation to clients and to outside parties, work efficiently with firm support services, such as, Reprographics, Document Production, outside couriers. Prepare documents for execution, notarize and review closing agreements. Coordinate with outside parties so that they provide documents for which they are accountable. Create closing checklist and working group list, draft signature pages and assist with preparation of agreements, schedules and exhibits. Proof documents and track the status of document preparation. Incorporate client and outside counsel comments in documents. Prepare closing files, labels, and folders and assist with the closing. Compile executed documents and save onto internal document management system (DeskSite). Organize and distribute originally executed agreements to client and outside counsel. Compile and index documents for preparation of closing binder. Assemble and distribute closing binders in a timely fashion. Any additional responsibilities required my management. Requirements : The candidate should have BA/BS from an accredited 4-year college or university with strong academic record. Must have 5+ years of experience in a Corporate Transactional practice group. Should possess Law firm experience. Must have prior experience conducting and reporting on due diligence reviews. Outstanding written and oral communication skills and must be able to thrive in a fast-paced, deadline driven environment. Must have ability to manage multiple projects at the same time. Strong document management skills and proficiency Word, Adobe and Excel. Legal 5 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Corporate Paralegal

Title : Corporate Paralegal

Location : California - Palo Alto
Refer to Job # RSMN733452


Corporate Paralegal The candidate will have 4-6 years related experience and possess strong project management skills and should be flexible, organized, possess excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills as well as the ability to function at a professional level assuming significant responsibilities. Experience in corporate formations, private placements, stock option plan administration, mergers/acquisition transactions and the ability to draft corporate documentation are additional requirements. California and Delaware corporation law desirable. Proficiency in Microsoft Word and competency in Microsoft Excel is a must. A Bachelor s degree and/or Paralegal certificate required. Legal 4 - 6 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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