Under general supervision of assigned attorneys and the Intellectual Property Practice Manager, and following prescribed department, office, and firm procedures, Paralegals are assigned to work primarily on specific cases/transactions, provide general assistance to a project team of attorneys (sometimes in multiple offices), and/or to support attorneys whose practice involves specific areas of law including Intellectual Property litigation and Complex Commercial litigation.
Assist with review of basic commercial contract documents such as work orders, statements of work (SOWs), product schedules, pricing schedules, etc. (ideally for IT professional services contracts, software license agreements, computer hardware sale agreements).
In this role, the selected candidate must have an experience assisting in preparing regulatory filings, including proxy statements, as well as preparing and drafting regulatory documents using a content management system.
In this role, you will help leading companies execute their legal, risk management, and regulatory initiatives. Our professionals combine their national law firm and in - house legal department experience to bring value - added expertise to our clients.
In this role, the selected candidate will prepare and process requests for provider contracts, letters of agreement, contract amendments, and notices; review provider documents, including provider application, attestations, and credentials.
The paralegal will work closely with clients and senior attorneys on litigation of product liability cases. Responsibilities will include working under the supervision of attorneys to investigate personal injury cases.
Core job responsibilities center around title work, loan closings, post-closing work, assignments of mortgage, purchase and sale transactions, lease review and digests, transfer taxes, auditors letters and state forms of acknowledgment.
The PCS Paralegal must possess strong communication skills and be able to interface successfully with Firm clients, partners, and associates as well as attorneys and professionals from other law firms, companies, financial institutions, foundations etc.
In this role, the selected candidate will identify and coordinate training needs of internal business units, including developing and executing training session decks and strategic initiatives specific to each business unit.