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Paralegal Litigation Department

Title : Paralegal Litigation Department

Location : New York - New Rochelle
Refer to Job # KXAC722371


Paralegal Litigation Department Responsibilities: Work directly with an assigned Litigation Attorney and assist the Litigation Attorney in their day to day options. May include: Draft motions, affidavits, memos and other legal documents. Case Research. E-Filing with Court. Track motions status and responses from opposing Counsel and Courts. Process incoming legal documents. Review and analyze the sufficiency of documentation as it relates to state law or federal tax law requirements with regards to Foreclosure Matters, Estate / Probate and Quiet Title Actions. Obtain fee approval and complete billing for Attorney. Assist with calendaring and preparation for any Attorney court appearances. Client interaction regarding status and updating cases notes. Qualifications: 1 year of work experience as a paralegal. Previous experience in mortgage banking is a plus. Strong written and verbal communication skills, proofreading and researching skills, and a willingness to work meticulously to ensure the quality of work. Legal 1 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Paralegal I, Ip Litigation

Title : Paralegal I, Ip Litigation

Location : New York - Long Island
Refer to Job # NODD722377


Paralegal I, IP Litigation Duties: Assigned to most IP litigation cases, particularly those that are large, complex or multi-party actions. Works with all of the attorneys on the matter from the beginning through trial or arbitration, managing the flow of information and ensuring adherence to best practices. Develop solid working relationships with senior partners and clients. They also continually find new and better ways of doing things, improving processes through the application of new technology. Interact with vendors and directly with government agencies (e.g. Patent & Trademark Office) to obtain information and materials, such as certified copies of patents, file histories and file wrappers. Responsible for managing the files ( case record ) including a complete set of the correspondence, memos, pleadings, and client documents in a matter, and help monitor deadlines by creating and maintaining calendars of key dates. Work in all phases of the discovery process, from collection of documents from the client to the production of documents to other parties. Working with the client and their in-house legal staff to collect relevant electronic and paper documents and data, as well as assisting at client interviews and on-site document reviews. Once documents and data have been collected, the paralegals design and manage the document review process to help identify and track potentially responsive, confidential and privileged materials. Help compile information necessary to respond to interrogatories, document requests and requests for admission served on their clients. Organize and review documents received from other parties. In order to manage the large volume of documents and information during the discovery phase of litigation, paralegals set up databases, either on-line or in-house, obtaining assistance and support as necessary from Litigation Support and from outside vendors. Help attorneys prepare for depositions by arranging the preparation of witness files, compiling and organizing exhibits, and arranging the technical logistics with court reporting agencies. For expert depositions, they research prior testimony and publications, and track materials sent to the experts. Manage deposition transcripts and exhibits, and maintain searchable computer databases of testimony. Work with the attorneys during the briefing process by checking the legal and fact cites, and ensuring proper formatting style. Responsible for assembling and organizing the exhibits and supporting documents as well as arranging for filing with the court and serving on all parties. In preparation for trial, work with the attorneys, experts, and client to identify and compile potential trial exhibits, generate trial exhibit lists, and track objections to both sides exhibits. Prepare deposition designations, and compile Pretrial Orders and other submissions. Coordinate the scheduling of witnesses for preparation and testimony. Work with trial consultants on graphics, videos and other demonstratives, and coordinate courtroom logistics with courthouse personnel. Set up and manage off-site trial offices, arranging for all office support and logistics. paralegal team prepares materials for each day s examinations, tracks the use and admission of exhibits, tracks and reviews witness testimony, and delivers and picks up all materials at the courtroom each day. Qualifications: Bachelor degree preferred. 3+ years of IP Litigation paralegal experience. Complex IP litigation experience, including involvement in large discovery, creating and managing databases and imaging systems, supervising teams, preparing for trials in Federal court, and managing trial support. Must have experience with a range of litigation support applications. Preferred experience with out-of-town trial offices for cases that have gone to verdict. Excellent analytical and organizational abilities, solid communication and management skills, creativity and initiative. Legal 3 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Associate Attorney, Litigation

Title : Associate Attorney, Litigation

Location : Pennsylvania - Abington
Refer to Job # ACSZ722181


Associate Attorney, Litigation The candidate should have 1-3 years of litigation experience to join firm s growing employment law and business counsel practice group, serving the employment law, litigation, and general business counsel needs of the corporate clients. Experience in employment law and commercial matters is preferred. PA/NJ Bar admission is must. Analytic ability, excellent research and writing skills, a strong work ethic, and the ability to work independently will be the primary drivers. Legal 1 - 3 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Litigation Paralegal

Title : Litigation Paralegal

Location : Colorado - Englewood
Refer to Job # EREU722183


Litigation Paralegal The candidate will organize records, documents, correspondence, files into a manageable format. Analysis and review of cases in order to assist in trial preparation. Contact and interview clients, witnesses, experts, third parties, and opposing counsel to obtain information pertinent to the case matter. Assist attorneys in research, drafting pleadings, disclosures, interrogatories, discovery requests, motions while under close supervision. Schedule and calendar for attorney client meetings, deadlines, depositions and activities related to depositions (i.e. court reporter, witnesses, opposing counsel). Track all requests made for documents and records, follows up on status of requests, and verifies receipt of documents and records. Follow the ethical requirements as set forth by the Colorado Rules of Professional Conduct. Record all billable and non-billable time spent on case files and client matters. The candidate should have 5 years of experience; prior insurance defense background and civil litigation experience preferred. A paralegal certificate or degree is required. Excellent PC and document organization skills required. Working knowledge/experience with: Word 2010, Windows 7, Outlook 2010, and familiarity with Worldox or other document management system and Law Tool Box or other docketing software preferred. Strong organizational and communication skills, and ability to prioritize work for multiple attorneys. Legal 5 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Litigation Attorney

Title : Litigation Attorney

Location : Maryland - Owings Mills
Refer to Job # AMHH722191


Seeking Litigation Attorney with 3+ years of experience. The candidate must have experience with depositions, motions, court appearances and trial work and 1+ year of experience with immigration-related matters such as N-400-based citizenship claims. Must have excellent legal research and writing skills and the ability to supervise and motivate paralegals and support staff. General immigration law experience is a plus. Legal 3 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Litigation Attorney

Title : Litigation Attorney

Location : Kentucky - Bowling Green
Refer to Job # NPYH722193


Litigation Attorney DUTIES: Follow practices and processes that comply with appropriate laws and regulations, meet the company standards, and serve the needs of our clients.This includes a commitment to a process of continuous improvement. Provide answers and guidance to clients who are seeking legal help, particularly on personal injury claims. Develop new business for the firm. Review and provide analysis of all new potential cases. Ensure prompt action is taken. Ensure prompt action is taken on all potential cases. Ensure all cases wanted are converted to cases retained. Review case facts to determine if case meets criteria. Evaluate case facts to determine case value. Ensure all cases meet predetermined criteria. Review and monitor case facts to determine insurance coverage, case value and medical care. Develop knowledge of the firm and its business. Communicate with all potential clients as needed. Create lines of communication with attorneys, physicians and other referral sources. Other duties may include litigation support to Managing Attorney. Perform other duties within the Attorney s training and skills as directed by Core Leader. Requirements: Degree from a four-year college or university, graduate degree from an accredited law school. License to practice law in Kentucky. License to practice law in other states, a plus. 2+ years Litigation experience required. 1 year Personal Injury experience required. Ability to provide guidance and development to support staff. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to read and interpret documents such as pleadings, legal rules and procedures, governmental rules and regulations, medical records. Ability to speak effectively before groups of clients, court personnel, peers, and/or employees or organization. Proficiency with Microsoft office software and legal research platforms such as Needles case management. Ability to build and develop long-term relationships with clients one at a time. Ability to develop future business from the same client or referrals. Display true passion for client and community service. Ability to professionally multitask and meet multiple deadlines simultaneously. Display eagerness to learn each and every day. Provide dependability and trustworthiness. Possess a desire for accuracy. Respectful toward clients and coworkers. Ability to work independently without regular direct supervision. Proficient in Microsoft Office programs. Legal 2 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Pre-litigation Attorney

Title : Pre-litigation Attorney

Location : Kentucky - Louisville
Refer to Job # LIXK722194


Pre-Litigation Attorney Duties: Provide answers and guidance to clients who are seeking legal help, particularly on personal injury claims. Develop new business for the firm. Improve new case conversion rate. Assist with marketing for new business. Develop initiatives to improve new case conversion rate and customer service. Attend various meeting and events designed to develop new business. Bar Functions. Marketing events. Training. Conferences. CLE s. Unions. Provider functions. Review and analysis of all new potential cases. Ensure prompt action is taken on all potential cases. Ensure all cases wanted are converted to cases retained. Review case facts to determine if case meets criteria. Evaluate case facts to determine case value. Ensure all cases meet predetermined criteria. Review and monitor case facts to determine insurance coverage, case value and medical care. Investigate case facts. Scene investigation. Witness statements. Crash sight circumstances. Develop knowledge of the firm and it s business. Know the firm s history. Know the firm s organized structure. Understand cases wanted. Cross train for all legal areas of the practice. Know the firm s culture. Know the firm s brand. Communicate with all potential clients. Prepare daily, weekly and monthly reports to provide analysis of case posture and call volume.. Develop relationships with referral sources. Create lines of communication with attorneys, physicians and other referral sources. Ensure referred out case practices meet all legal standard. Ensure referred out cases are retained. Track referral retention and fee receipts. Receive and direct all after hours new case inquiries. Work with team of paraprofessionals by. Participating in interviewing;. Preparing team for assignments by training an communicating. Appraisal of work and maintaining regular evaluations. Counsel team. May include: Management of paraprofessional team. Participation in HR counsel of team members. Other duties may include litigation support to Managing Attorney. Qualifications: Degree from a four-year college or university, graduate degree from an accredited law school. 2 years in personal injury law with litigation experience. License to practice law in Kentucky. License to practice law inTennessee is a plus. 1+ year of Personal Injury experience. Ability to accurately type of 50 wpm. Ability to professionally multitask and meet multiple deadlines simultaneously. Legal 2 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Litigation Attorney

Title : Litigation Attorney

Location : Kentucky - Bowling Green
Refer to Job # IZIT722195


Litigation Attorney DUTIES: Follow practices and processes that comply with appropriate laws and regulations, meet the company standards, and serve the needs of our clients.This includes a commitment to a process of continuous improvement. Provide answers and guidance to clients who are seeking legal help, particularly on personal injury claims.. Develop new business for the firm. Review and provide analysis of all new potential cases. Ensure prompt action is taken. Ensure prompt action is taken on all potential cases. Ensure all cases wanted are converted to cases retained. Review case facts to determine if case meets criteria. Evaluate case facts to determine case value. Ensure all cases meet predetermined criteria. Review and monitor case facts to determine insurance coverage, case value and medical care. Develop knowledge of the firm and its business. Communicate with all potential clients as needed. Create lines of communication with attorneys, physicians and other referral sources. Other duties may include litigation support to Managing Attorney. Perform other duties within the Attorney s training and skills as directed by Core Leader. Requirements: Degree from a four-year college or university, graduate degree from an accredited law school. License to practice law in Kentucky. License to practice law in other states, a plus. 2+ years' Litigation experience required. 1 year Personal Injury experience required. Ability to provide guidance and development to support staff. Excellent oral and written communication skills.. Ability to read and interpret documents such as pleadings, legal rules and procedures, governmental rules and regulations, medical records. Ability to speak effectively before groups of clients, court personnel, peers, and/or employees or organization. Proficiency with Microsoft office software and legal research platforms such as Needles case management.. Ability to build and develop long-term relationships with clients one at a time.. Ability to develop future business from the same client or referrals.. Display true passion for client and community service. Ability to professionally multitask and meet multiple deadlines simultaneously. Display eagerness to learn each and every day. Provide dependability and trustworthiness. Possess a desire for accuracy. Respectful toward clients and coworkers. Ability to work independently without regular direct supervision. Proficient in Microsoft Office programs. Legal 1 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Litigation Associate Attorney

Title : Litigation Associate Attorney

Location : Kentucky - Lexington
Refer to Job # WIVK722196


Litigation Associate Attorney Duties: Follow practices and processes that comply with appropriate laws and regulations, meet the company standards, and serve the needs of our clients.This includes a commitment to a process of continuous improvement. Investigative interviews with clients and witnesses. Draft pleadings, interrogatories, complaints, discovery, review medical files, court appearances, etc. Provide answers and guidance to clients who are seeking legal help. Develop new business through personal referrals, new clients, and networking. Ensure prompt action is taken on all signed cases. Review and monitor case facts to determine insurance coverage, case value and medical care. Develop knowledge of the firm and its business. Communicate with all potential clients as needed. Create lines of communication with attorneys, experts and other referral sources. Other duties may include litigation support to Attorney, including depositions, court appearances, hearings, etc. Perform other duties within the Attorney s training and skills as directed by Core Leader. Requirements: Degree from a four-year college or university, graduate degree from an accredited law school. License to practice law in Kentucky. Litigation experience a plus. Personal Injury experience a plus. Ability to provide guidance and development to support staff. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to read and interpret documents such as pleadings, legal rules and procedures, governmental rules and regulations, medical records. Ability to speak effectively before groups of clients, court personnel, peers, and/or employees or organization. Proficiency with Microsoft office software and legal research platforms such as Needles case management. Ability to build and develop long-term relationships with clients one at a time. Ability to develop future business from the same client or referrals. Display true passion for client and community service. Ability to professionally multitask and meet multiple deadlines simultaneously. Display eagerness to learn each and every day. Provide dependability and trustworthiness. Possess a desire for accuracy. Respectful toward clients and coworkers. Ability to work independently without regular direct supervision. Proficient in Microsoft Office programs. Legal 2 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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Pre-litigation Attorney

Title : Pre-litigation Attorney

Location : Kentucky - Bowling Green
Refer to Job # XYNY722197


Pre-Litigation Attorney Duties: Works under the direction and guidance of a Managing Attorney and is responsible for performing analysis and providing guidance on all legal matters related to personal injury claims. Provide legal representation in order to recover compensation for a person who has been injured during the course of their employment or due to the negligence of another party or entity. Will include advice, research, and litigation. Hughes and attorneys are expected to fight for the rights of injured persons, have regular contact with their clients and put their clients interests first. Provide answers and guidance to clients who are seeking legal help, particularly on personal injury claims. Develop new business for the firm. Improve new case conversion rate. Assist with marketing for new business. Develop initiatives to improve new case conversion rate and customer service. Attend various meeting and events designed to develop new business. Bar Functions. Marketing events. Training. Conferences. CLE s. Unions. Provider functions. Review and analysis of all new potential cases. Ensure prompt action is taken on all potential cases. Ensure all cases wanted are converted to cases retained. Review case facts to determine if case meets criteria. Evaluate case facts to determine case value. Ensure all cases meet predetermined criteria. Review and monitor case facts to determine insurance coverage, case value and medical care. Investigate case facts. Scene investigation. Witness statements. Crash sight circumstances. Develop knowledge of the firm and it s business. Know the firm s history. Know the firm s organized structure. Understand cases wanted. Cross train for all legal areas of the practice. Know the firm s culture. Know the firm s brand. Communicate with all potential clients. Prepare daily, weekly and monthly reports to provide analysis of case posture and call volume. Develop relationships with referral sources. Create lines of communication with attorneys, physicians and other referral sources. Ensure referred out case practices meet all legal standard. Ensure referred out cases are retained. Track referral retention and fee receipts. Receive and direct all after hours new case inquiries. Work with team of paraprofessionals by: Participating in interviewing; Preparing team for assignments by training an communicating; Appraisal of work and maintaining regular evaluations; Counsel team. Management of paraprofessional team. Participation in HR counsel of team members. Other duties may include litigation support to Managing Attorney. Qualifications: Degree from a four-year college or university, graduate degree from an accredited law school. 2 years in personal injury law with litigation experience. License to practice law in Kentucky. License to practice law in Tennessee is a plus. 1 year of Personal Injury experience. Legal 1 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

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