In this role, the selected candidate must have an ability to multitask and will be responsible for data entry, client interaction and assisting the attorney in processing various types of real estate transactions and some probate matters when necessary.
In this role, the selected candidate will review and analyze routine and ad hoc reporting regarding key contract terms; coordinate with appropriate contacts in relevant business units to assure proper use and administration of the system and to drive adoption of same.
In this role, you will work involves following standard operating procedures for the internal review process, preparing and maintaining records, assisting with collecting data and records, organizing extensive case materials, tracking distribution of confidential materials.
The administrator will also perform other related and ancillary duties as assigned; for example: prepare reports, conduct studies, maintain data base, records management, attend meetings/conferences, conduct Training sessions, answer inquires and gather data at the request of the TCO Ethics and Compliance Team Lead.
The Corporate Paralegal will be responsible for managing corporate books (domestic and international), managing entities, keeping compliance, and working closely with the C-suite and Board of Directors.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for providing administrative support in a law office; assist attorneys and paralegals with managing schedules, coordinating meetings and travel, answering phones and communicating with clients.
In this role, the selected candidate will prepare and file formal papers for each patent application filed adhering to the rules and requirements of the specific country the application was filed in; review U.S. and foreign art cites, compares with information disclosure statements previously filed, coordinates and organizes the citation of prior art across related files.