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One of our federal clients is looking for outstanding paralegals to join their office with a focus on criminal prosecution and litigation. This would be a long-term contract role that should last at least 1 year with an option for 1 additional year!



  • Examines, prepares and processes a variety of technical legal documents.

  • Reviews incoming material and determines the need for assembly and preparation of a variety of legal documents, e.g., complaints, motions, orders, answers, pleadings, and subpoenas.

  • Obtains needed information from files, law enforcement agencies, or other sources, and submits completed legal documents to the appropriate attorney.In preparation of documents, considers the nature and the status of the case involved.

  • With limited instructions from the attorneys, prepares such legal actions as indictments, criminal complaints, search warrants, judgments, applications, notices, affidavits, summonses, grand jury subpoenas, rules to show cause, proofs of claim, and satisfaction of judgment.


This role is actively interviewing candidates and will start as soon as possible!



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Law firm seeks a Senior Wage and Hour Paralegal with 7 years of related experience with California wage and hour cases, including collective and class actions. Selected Labor and Employment Paralegal will provide support to the Wage & Hour team on medium to large employment litigation matters, primarily wage-hour class action litigation. Paralegal will oversee work of support staff and will manage cases from start through resolution; perform complex research, analysis and summarize; extensive document management including gathering, indexing, and producing electronic documents and data; prepare and maintain class member information spreadsheet; analyze documents for privilege review and maintain logs; code emails and documents in Relativity; assist attorneys with depositions, interviews, mediation, brief, trial preparation, and assist with case presentation during trial; work with secretaries and docketing staff to ensure calendar accuracy; draft and issue subpoenas, and create and maintain timelines. Additional duties include performing in-depth analysis of payroll and time records; and assisting in preparation of damage analysis models to determine potential liability summaries. The hours are 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.


A bachelor’s degree and paralegal certificate or equivalent knowledge are required. Wage and Hour Paralegal must have experience handling investigations before the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), the California Department of Industrial Relations (CA DIR), the California Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE), EEOC, and other state and local human rights agencies; and working with employment litigation and wage and hour class actions in federal and state court. MS Office advanced features skills and knowledge of Westlaw and Relativity are required. Qualified Senior Litigation Paralegal will have outstanding organizational, communication, and time management skills.


Please provide resume in Word format.


Applicants will be considered in a manner consistent with federal, state, and local requirements as applicable.


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Company Description

Kent Daniels and Associates is a legal staffing service specializing in the placement of temporary, temp-to-hire and full-time regular employees in law firms and corporate legal departments in Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, and nationwide. We staff all positions in law firms and all three shifts - day, swing and graveyard. Kent Daniels was established in 1986, giving us 34 years of experience finding candidates legal jobs in law firms in the LA area.


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 San Francisco civil litigation plaintiff firm seeks a full-time legal assistant/paralegal. Candidates must be proficient in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook). In addition, knowledge of Adobe, Lexis Nexus a plus Experience in court filings(including efilings and pacer) is preferred.

Candidate's responsibilities would include the following:

- Assistant to partners, some office adminstration
- Keep in touch with clients to inform them about their case
- Must be familiar with Complaints, Motions and Orders
- Filing on ECF
- Investigate Court rules for specific filings
- Calendar deadlines
- Organize depositions (Depositions services, schedule convenient location and time for all parties involved, order transcripts, etc.)
- Draft correspondence for clients and defendants
- Prepare binders for hearings
-Serve documents
- Knowledge of Pacer will be helpful

Bilingual candidates is preferred but not required.


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Let us introduce ourselves….


Modern Family Law is a tech-forward firm that values hard work, dedication, and above all, compassion. We serve clients who are going through one of the most difficult times of their lives and, therefore, everything we do is to ensure they are met with compassion and empathy. It is our goal to show them a path forward that is free from unnecessary conflict and provides long-term happiness.


Why be on our team?


We believe that we should treat our team members the way in which we would want them to treat our clients. We are proud to be an equal employment opportunity provider to all people in accordance with all applicable laws. Inclusion and diversity are in our identity! Here are some highlights of our amazing culture:



  • We consider ourselves to be a team of equals: everyone is critical to our success and, to that regard, we limit stratification wherever possible.


  • 100 hour per month billable hours goal; we want Paralegals to have a goal that can be easily attained and regularly exceeded.

  • Promotion and advancement; we celebrate the opportunity to promote within and reward our team members for hard work.

  • Work/life balance: we understand that people work to live, not live to work. We embrace a healthy work/life balance and promote it by offering unlimited PTO and flexible hours whenever possible.

  • “Better than tech” comprehensive benefits: medical, vision, dental, retirement, and more! If you haven’t got your health, you haven’t got anything.


Why do our Paralegals love the MFL team?


At Modern Family Law, we value and rely on the important work our Paralegals provide. We respect the level of dedication you undertook to become the experienced professional you are, and we reward your tireless efforts with complex legal responsibilities. Partner with our compassionate and skilled Attorneys to advocate for our clients from case start to case finish. If you need help or advice along the way, we are eager to provide you with the tools and support you need.


What does a Paralegal do at MFL?



  • Research and analyze statutes, judicial decisions, legal articles, treaties, constitutions, and legal codes

  • Prepare briefs, pleadings, appeals, contracts, parenting plans, custody orders, child support orders, affidavits, and more

  • Schedule hearings and appointments, field client calls, compose and type routine correspondence, and route incoming mail

  • File correspondence and legal documents


What does it take to be a Paralegal at MFL?



  • High school diploma or equivalent

  • Must possess at least one of the following:

    • A certificate of completion of a paralegal program approved by the American Bar Association.

    • A certificate of completion of a paralegal program at, or a degree from, a postsecondary institution that requires the successful completion of a minimum of 24 semester, or equivalent, units in law-related courses and that has been accredited by a national or regional accrediting organization or approved by the Bureau for Private Postsecondary and Vocational Education.

    • A baccalaureate degree or an advanced degree in any subject, a minimum of one year of law-related experience under the supervision of an attorney who has been an active member of the State Bar of California for at least the preceding three years or who has practiced in the federal courts of this state for at least the preceding three years, and a written declaration from this attorney stating that the person is qualified to perform paralegal tasks.

    • A high school diploma or general equivalency diploma, a minimum of three years of law-related experience under the supervision of an attorney who has been an active member of the State Bar of California for at least the preceding three years or who has practiced in the federal courts of this state for at least the preceding three years, and a written declaration from this attorney stating that the person is qualified to perform paralegal tasks. This experience and training shall be completed no later than December 31, 2003.



  • Demonstrated interest in family law

  • Prior experience as a Paralegal a plus

  • Compassion for and desire to help others

  • Team-oriented with a positive attitude


Modern Family Law is happy to make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position as well as throughout the application process. Be a part of Modern Family Law, be a part of helping people transition to the rest of their lives.



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The candidate will work closely with clients and estate planning partner. Responsibilities will include all phases of trust and estate administration, to include the following: marshalling, organizing and analyzing asset information; preparation of inventories, asset transfer documents, and Judicial Council forms; researching and drafting grant deeds, trust transfer deeds, and supporting documents; drafting fiduciary reports/accountings,  Heggstad petitions, etc.; and assisting with Estate and Gift Tax return preparation.  Familiarity with local court rules and procedures is essential. Should be proficient with MS Word and Excel, Office. Experience in trust, estate or probate administration required.


 



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Major Bank seeks a mid to senior level corporate paralegal.


Varied high-level work in many areas, including corporate transactions and contracts.


Prior experience in the financial industry and.or with public companies a plus.


Salary to $130,000 per year plus a bonus.


Exceptional in house career opportunity.


Please email your resume to us at cadence Counsel ASAP.


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Leading recruiter for contract and lateral/permanent positions.


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Top Berkeley boutique law firm with a national practice seeks part-time Senior Paralegal to support attorneys in criminal defense and civil litigation in both federal and state courts.


RESPONSIBILITIES



  • Create and maintain case files, both digital and hard-copy; manage electronically stored information

  • Organize case documents; generate indices of documents and materials received; create hard-copy and electronic document binders; prepare and review case pleadings; run searches in PACER; and provide detailed chronologies and case summaries

  • Provide in-court litigation support during trials

  • Schedule appointments, court hearings, and client meetings

  • Communicate regularly by phone, email, and in person with clients, attorneys, law clerks, vendors, court personnel, etc.

  • Provide administrative support, including answering phones, filing, faxing, and mailing


QUALIFICATIONS


Applicants should possess the following:



  • At least five years of experience as a paralegal

  • Strong interest in the legal profession and social justice

  • Excellent attention to detail

  • Superb organization, communication, and writing skills

  • Solid analytical, critical-thinking, and time-management skills

  • Familiarity with document review tools and platforms, such as Relativity, DT Search, Concordance, Summation, and Clearwell along with a willingness to learn new programs

  • Proficient computer skills, including expertise with Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint; some experience in basic network administration is a plus

  • Eagerness to work in a challenging, rewarding, and fast-paced team environment

  • Familiarity with federal and state court rules, as well as a willingness to learn both criminal and civil procedures

  • B.A./B.S. degree, which is required


Ramsey & Ehrlich LLP offers a competitive salary and benefits package, as well as an opportunity to thrive in a dynamic firm environment. Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and references, in that order, in one PDF via email, to Lauren Noga at lauren@ramsey-ehrlich.com. The subject line of the email should read, “Paralegal Applicant - [Your Name].”


We are an equal opportunity employer. We strongly encourage women and people of color to apply. To learn more about our firm, please visit us at www.ramsey-ehrlich.com. No telephone calls or staffing agencies, please.


Company Description

Ramsey & Ehrlich LLP is a premier boutique firm that provides creative, aggressive, and streamlined representation to individuals and companies facing complex white collar and regulatory enforcement investigations across the country.


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One of our national law firms is seeking an IP paralegal to support their Patent Litigation Practice. The ideal candidate will have experience with working on complex Patent Litigation cases and can manage multiple projects while under pressure and effectively work in a team structure.


Requirements:



  • 3-5+ years of experience as a Litigation Paralegal working large complex patent litigation cases

  • Working knowledge of MS Excel software, electronic discovery, litigation databases

  • PowerPoint skills, a plus

  • Photoshop experience, a plus

  • Bachelor’s degree.


Responsibilities:



  • Assist with projects and coordinating of vendors

  • Respond to case needs, assignments, and issues as they arise; making sound decisions and seeking advice when necessary

  • Effectively utilize technology and training

  • Maintain accurate litigation databases

  • Diligently complete day-to-day discovery projects

  • Organize materials

  • Manage workload and help train and guide more junior paralegals

  • Respond to attorney and senior paralegals requests promptly and thoroughly


Compensation will be commensurate with experience; salary is flexible depending on the candidate (they told us to send over candidates with salary expectations)



Prestigious law firm provides great environment and working atmosphere.

To hear more (confidentially of course), please email your resume along with salary expectations.





Kind Regards,

Karrissa Johnston
Talent Acquisition Specialist
kjohnston@alchemylegalrecruiting.com



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We are seeking a Paralegal to become a part of our team! You will provide overall support to attorneys'  needs. 


Responsibilities:



  • Conduct research to support legal proceedings

  • Assist with the drafting and reviewing of legal documents

  • Investigate facts to help in the negotiation of legal disputes

  • Monitor and ensure compliance with state and federal regulations 

  • Record and store client information


Qualifications:



  • Previous experience as a paralegal in Family Law.

  • Familiarity with legal research

  • Ability to prioritize and multitask

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Deadline and detail-oriented



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Fast-paced, boutique business immigration law firm seeking Paralegal. The Paralegal will work with clients and supporting attorneys in the preparation of various immigrant and nonimmigrant cases. This position will also be responsible for case management and administrative job duties.


We offer competitive salary and benefits.


Duties:



  • Prepare and file immigration petitions to include H-1Bs, TNs, L-1s, E-3s, PERM, I-140s, etc.

  • Draft and edit detailed support letters in support of immigration filings.

  • Draft and file various nonimmigrant and immigrant visa applications and forms, supporting documents, and cover letters.

  • Case management to include regular client contact via email and telephone. Provide timely updates to both employers and employees and oversee the document gathering process.

  • Follow-up on inquiries with client and various government agencies as needed.

  • Various filing/clerical duties involved as well as general office management tasks.


Required Skills and Abilities:



  • Bachelor’s degree required.

  • A minimum of 1 year experience in employment-based immigration law.

  • Outstanding attention to detail is an absolute requirement.

  • Ability to meet deadlines and multitask in an efficient manner.


  • Impeccable/top notch English writing/grammar and communication skills.


  • The applicant must efficiently and accurately complete cases under supervision of supervising attorneys.

  • Ability to proof-read and correct one’s own work and work of others.

  • Ability to work well with others and with minimal supervision in a high paced deadline driven environment.

  • Strong communication and organizational skills.

  • Solid work ethic.


Preference



  • Sense of humor!

  • Positive attitude and cheerful personality.


 


Company Description

We are a small and busy business immigration law practice located minutes from SF (with parking). We pride ourselves on our personalized approach and are looking for someone with great writing skills, solid work ethic and a positive attitude. Sense of humor is a plus.


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We are a busy boutique business immigration law practice located minutes from SF (with parking). We work with many incredibly interesting and successful start-ups and have a positive work environment! We pride ourselves on our personalized approach and are looking for a Paralegal with great writing skills, solid work ethic and a positive attitude. Sense of humor is a plus. The Paralegal will work with clients and support attorneys in the preparation of various immigrant and nonimmigrant cases.


We offer competitive salary and benefits.


Duties:



  • Prepare and file immigration petitions to include H-1Bs, TNs, L-1s, Es, PERM, I-140s, etc.

  • Draft and edit detailed support letters in support of immigration filings.

  • Draft and file various nonimmigrant and immigrant visa applications and forms, supporting documents, and cover letters.

  • Case management to include regular client contact via email and telephone. Provide timely updates to both employers and employees and oversee the document gathering process.

  • Follow-up on inquiries with client and various government agencies as needed.

  • Various filing/clerical duties involved as well as general office management tasks.


Required Skills and Abilities:



  • Bachelor’s degree required.

  • A minimum of 1 year experience in employment-based immigration law.

  • Outstanding attention to detail is an absolute requirement.

  • Ability to meet deadlines and multitask in an efficient manner.

  • Impeccable/top notch English writing/grammar and communication skills.

  • The applicant must efficiently and accurately complete cases under supervision of supervising attorneys.

  • Ability to proof-read and correct one’s own work and work of others.

  • Ability to work well with others and with minimal supervision in a high paced deadline driven environment.

  • Strong communication and organizational skills.

  • Solid work ethic.


Preference



  • Sense of humor!

  • Positive attitude and cheerful personality.


Company Description

We are a small and busy business immigration law practice located minutes from SF (with parking). We pride ourselves on our personalized approach and are looking for someone with great writing skills, solid work ethic and a positive attitude. Sense of humor is a plus.


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Sr. Paralegal & Contracts Manager


San Francisco, CA


Pay Rate: DOE (dependent on experience)


6+ Month Contract (weekly pay)


Benefits: Medical/Dental/Vision


 


Our client provides cloud management services that secure connections between people and technology.  We are looking for a Senior Paralegal & Contracts Manager with corporate experience to support our client’s procurement team. The successful candidate will partner closely with all members of the procurement organization as well as the legal department.


 


Responsibilities:



  • Negotiate and finalize engagement agreements, NDAs, vendor contracts, consulting agreements, venue agreements, software/tools licenses, employment-related agreements, etc.

  • Partner with procurement department on inbound vendor contracts handled by procurement.

  • Review and negotiate contract changes requested by internal teams and vendors to ensure that contract activities are in full compliance with legal / regulatory requirements.

  • Perform due diligence review and oversight for new (and existing) third-party vendor services including document coordination and analysis.

  • Act as the central integration point for a variety of company stakeholders in the contracting process. Draft letters, emails and other correspondence.

  • Maintenance of Box document system: Filing, folder structure, conventions, organization, tracker maintenance.

  • Perform other related duties as assigned.


Qualifications:



  • Must have BA degree from an accredited college or university and paralegal certificate.

  • Should have 5+ years of relevant experience with high growth SaaS company(s).

  • Must have experience with negotiating contracts.

  • Familiarity with Apttus, Box, Salesforce, ServiceNow and NetSuite a plus

  • Ability to read, analyze and interpret legal documents.

  • Knowledge of contract structure and ability to identify specific provisions contained within contract. • Strong understanding of standard contract language and experience negotiating those terms.

  • Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.

  • Very strong attention to detail and accuracy of information.

  • Ability to demonstrate creativity, critical thinking, initiative and problem-solving skills.

  • Ability to manage multiple work streams and deliverables, and coordinate across functional initiatives to meet deadlines.

  • Comfort operating in a fast-moving and fast-changing environment.

  • Strong skills in Microsoft Excel, Word and Google Suite.

  • Background Check and Drug Testing


 


Please submit your resume for consideration!


#ZR


 


 






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 Large firm in SF seeks a litigation paralegal with defense-side experience. 


Qualifications


·         Must have a bachelor's degree; paralegal certificate is a plus


·         2 + years of litigation experience 


·         Asbestos, product liability experience is a plus 


·         Strong written and verbal communication skills


·         Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail


·         Ability to integrate into a fast paced team-oriented environment


Responsibilities 


·         Prepare summary of deposition transcripts 


·         Assemble chronologies of pertinent facts and key documents, including medical records 


·         Prepare records, review and prepare exhibits, analyze medical records, trial preparation


·         Contact outside sources (government agencies, etc.) to obtain public information and review and analyze the same 


·         Search and retrieve information from court-related databases as well as other online sources of case information


·         Review, analyze and organize document productions by opposing parties and co-defendants


·         Assist in document productions


·         Draft subpoenas, notices of deposition and pattern discovery requests


·         Conduct investigative research on opposing parties and expert witnesses 


·         Manage documents and organize case files


 


 


Company Description

We are an equal opportunity employer and make hiring decisions based on merit. Recruitment, hiring, training, and job assignments are made without regard to race, color, national origin, age, ancestry, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, disability, or any other protected classification. We consider all qualified applicants, including those with criminal histories, in a manner consistent with state and local laws.


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NAGRA USA is seeking an experienced IP Paralegal to become a key member of its Innovation and Intellectual Property team responsible for paralegal support of the IP development and management functions, and IP business and management initiatives.  This position will be responsible for docket management and administrative handling of communications for the Kudelski Group patent and trade secret portfolio.  Other significant responsibilities will include creation, management, and execution of key administrative and management initiatives to improve the efficiency of processes and information management for the IP team on a global basis.      


Primary Job Responsibilities:



  • Effectively communicate with outside counsel and internal stakeholders to coordinate use, maintenance, and data accuracy for third-party docket management tools.

  • Define and maintain IP team processes and procedures to ensure efficient operation of IP docketing and data management functions.

  • Support IP team members with maintaining individual patent prosecution dockets and handling requests for information related to active patent prosecution and trade secret maintenance.   

  • Manage internal processes for handling of patent and related formalities, including assignments, on a global basis.

  • Manage internal processes for handling of patent portfolio annuities on a global basis.

  • Lead and/or support internal IP team projects at the direction of management.

  • Maintain a detailed list of projects and associated actions across core and extended teams to ensure project plans and actions are completed on time, efficiently and at the appropriate level of quality.

  • Support IP management and business initiatives with research on intellectual property-related activities involving patent litigation, licensing, patent acquisitions and/or patent divestitures.

  • Provide input for presentations, marketing materials, proposals, term sheets, contracts (from a business perspective) to support IP team initiatives.

  • Support IP team in due diligence related to mergers and acquisitions and other IP business support at the direction of management.


Core competencies and Experience:



  • A certified paralegal with an undergraduate technical degree.

  • 2-3 years professional and related experience conducting paralegal support of domestic and foreign patent preparation and prosecution.

  • Able to build rapport and establish credibility. 

  • A consummate professional that displays both integrity and honesty.

  • A champion of ideas who accepts disagreement with maturity and looks for positive ways to impact the business.

  • An individual that works to continuously improve by seeking feedback and constructively collaborating with team members improve results.

  • Ability to work well with others and to quickly assimilate and understand information.

  • Well organized and energetic, a self-starter who can proactively spot issues and present solutions.

  • Proficiency with the Microsoft software suite.


Preferred Qualifications:



  • At 1-2 years of professional and related experience conducting paralegal support of patent litigation and/or IP business analysis related to patent diligence for acquisitions, divestitures, and/or mergers and acquisitions.

  • Specific experience in IP valuation and patent analysis in support of patent licensing programs or related projects.

  • Experience with management and administration of docketing platform and services, particularly Anaqua.

  • Experience with development and execution of processes to improve IP operations and management.

  • Significant experience in paralegal support for foreign patent preparation and prosecution practices and procedures.

  • Fluency in French is beneficial.  


Company Description

About NAGRA (Kudelski Group):
NAGRA is the worldwide leader in delivering secure, end-to-end digital media technologies that service providers can rapidly deploy to generate and protect revenues. Our solutions address the entire digital media ecosystem with a focus on leveraging innovations and elevating the consumers digital entertainment experience.

120 leading service providers worldwide have entrusted us as a natural ally for generating and securing revenue from content delivered to hundreds of millions subscribers.

NAGRA has unparalleled know-how and experience in the delivery of complete, end-to-end and secure digital media solutions, with a proven track record that spans two decades. NAGRA is independent from any media group or service provider, and is part of the Kudelski Group (SIX:KUD.S), a global technology leader.


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The Bloom Firm, a civil litigation law firm, seeks a full time, 9am-6pm, talented certified paralegal for legal secretarial duties, legal research, drafting simple pleadings, filing documents with the court (State & Federal), serving other counsel, scanning, organizing electronic and paper files, running errands, mailing documents, and other administrative tasks.

The Bloom Firm has offices in New York City, Los Angeles and the Bay Area. You will be working out of our Oakland office.


Friendly office environment and team atmosphere. Generally family friendly hours.


Requirements: 5 years minimum litigation legal secretary, certified paralegal, outstanding organizational skills, comfortable with Word, Adobe and Dropbox, friendly, can-do attitude, detail-oriented, excellent spelling, grammar and writing skills, ability to work quickly under deadline pressure.



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The Contract Senior Analyst is responsible for initiating, tracking and monitoring contract changes, deliverables, correspondence and risks, and maintaining associated documentation. They enable the management of government, international and commercial contracts and subcontracts in accordance with company policies and procedures, applicable laws, and customer requirements. 

Key Responsibilities: 
• Provides contract execution and administrative support to Contract Management personnel at all levels, including tracking deliverables, providing documentation control, and other duties as assigned. 
• Generates reports required to monitor contract compliance 
• Independently applies the contract management tools and techniques to assigned projects 
• Understands basic contracting principles 

REQUIRED Qualifications: 
• Bachelor's degree and/or advanced degree 

Preferred Skills: 
• Background in general contract management, legal or procurement 
• A professional, positive attitude 
• Excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills 
• Detail-oriented, organized, flexible and able to respond to last minute changes 
• Strong written and oral communication skills 

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Company Description

Not only is Collabera committed to meeting and exceeding our customer’s needs, but we also are committed to our employees’ satisfaction as well. We believe our employees are the cornerstone of our success and we make every effort to ensure their satisfaction throughout their tenure with Collabera. We offer an enriching experience that promotes career growth and lifelong learning for our employees. As a result of these efforts, we have been recognized by Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) as one of the “Best Staffing Firms to Work For” since 2012 – eight consecutive years in a row. Collabera has 60 offices with a presence in 11 countries and provides staff augmentation, managed services and direct placement services to Fortune 500 corporations across the globe.


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Attention Entry Level Paralegal in Labor Law!!!


 


AutoGlassNow is currently seeking a Paralegal to work with corporate legal counsel. The Paralegal in Labor Law will cover issues arising from the relationship between employer and employee. From wages and hours to employment discrimination and the regulation of working conditions, labor law covers a wide gamut of issues. The ideal candidate must have ability to multi-task and work well under pressure and uphold a can-do attitude at all times.


 


Issues covered in labor law include:


Wage and hour disputes


Employer/employee rights and responsibilities


Workplace investigations


Disciplinary action and termination


Compliance with state and federal laws


Severance agreements


Unemployment compensation claims


Workplace harassment


Employment discrimination (race, gender, religion, age, national origin)


Contract violations


 


Job Duties:


Monitor and help resolve informal employee disputes and claims


Assist with grievance and disciplinary hearings


Investigate, prepare and track responses to agency complaints


Investigate and draft responses to EDD and Unemployment claims


Draft demand letters, cease and desist letters


Handle customer complaints (negotiating, settling matters before a legal case filed)


Draft employee policy and procedures manuals, draft performance evaluation form


Review and prepare employment contracts


Monitor and ensure compliance with state, local and federal regulations


Investigate, review and summarize employee claims


Monitor state and federal employment regulations and statutes to ensure compliance


Respond to Subpoena duces tecum from various agencies Field legal questions from employees throughout the country research various state law issues and advise on the same


Consulting and working with outside counsel when necessary on legal matters arising outside California where company operates


 


Requirements and Knowledge of:


· Associates/ Bachelor’s degree in Paralegal studies (Paralegal certification)


· Differences between employments from independent contracting


· Torts brought against employers


· Discrimination in hiring


· Accommodation in working conditions


· Unfair labor practices


· Labor management relations


· Disability discrimination and accommodations


· Labor organizations


· Structures of the National Labor Relations Act and Railway Labor Act


· Constitutional protections against discrimination


· Excellent organizational and multi-task skills


· Attention to details, and accuracy


· Self-motivated and a quick learner


· Positive attitude and high integrity


 


We Offer:


· Full time employment


· Industry and Company Paid Training


· Monday – Friday 8am-4:30pm


Benefits:


· Health Insurance


· Vision Insurance


· Dental Insurance


· AFLAC supplemental Insurance


· 401K


· Paid Vacation


Company Description

Auto Glass Now specializes in Windshield Repair, Windshield Replacement, Rear Windshield Replacement and Side Window Replacement. Our Certified Technicians only use the best OE parts to insure quality and total customer satisfaction.
Our corporate office is located in Oakland, CA. We have over 80 store locations in different cities across the country. Our professional staff is very knowledgeable and experienced in the auto glass business.


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Company Industry: Technology


Opportunity: The Mom Project is helping to source candidates for the above client who is looking for an Employment Litigation Paralegal
Commitment Level:   40 hours per week, on-site, contract through October 2020


 


 


The Mom Project is partnering with a large tech company on a contract employment litigation paralegal role to cover a maternity leave. The ideal candidate will have relevant in-house or law firm experience. The project duration is seven months, and the company is open to someone working in either their SF or Mountain View offices (slight preference for SF).


 


This person will be responsible for:
Managing the employment litigation cases end to end including but not limited to: investigating initial claims of a lawsuit, sending and managing legal holds, conducting initial investigations to identify key sources of information, working with in-house and outside counsel to set document collection strategy, submitting tickets for data collection and partnering with in-house Discovery team.


 


Minimum experience:
- Several years of experience working as an employment litigation legal assistant or paralegal.


Preferred experience:
- Excellent organizational skills, record keeping, time management and attention to detail with the ability to manage multiple projects under deadline pressure.
- Excellent analytical skills as well as exceptional written and verbal communication skills.


 


 


Company Description

The Mom Project is the career destination for moms. Through our digital marketplace and community, we connect professionally accomplished women with world-class companies. The Mom Project is changing the way women work and redefining career structures by providing women with opportunities that are in balance with their personal goals.


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A well-established law firm located in Emeryville is seeking a Paralegal to join their growing team. The ideal paralegal will have a minimum of two years of experience in civil litigation. The firm offers great benefits and competitive compensation. 


Duties: 



  • Propounding and responding to discovery. 

  • Legal research and assisting with drafting various documents.

  • Trial preparation. 


Requirements: 



  • 2 years of experience as a paralegal.

  • Civil litigation experience. 

  • Heavy experience propounding and responding to discovery.


 


Company Description

Lex Recruiting Group is a premier recruiting agency that partners with law firms and corporations to offer comprehensive legal staffing solutions. We focus on direct-hire positions and represent a variety of qualified legal professionals, including attorneys, paralegals, and legal support staff. Our parent company, Barkley Court Reporters, has been providing top-skilled reporters to legal organizations for more than 45 years. This means that we have extensive knowledge of the industry and ensures great outcomes for our clients and candidates.


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At EA, we inspire the world to play. We are seeking a highly motivated and experienced Corporate Paralegal to provide a full range of support to the corporate legal team in corporate and securities matters, including public company reporting and securities compliance, board matters and corporate governance, legal entity management, corporate transactions and other general corporate matters.

The ideal candidate is inquisitive, detail oriented, and thrive on a fast-paced, high-performing and collaborative team. The position will be based in Redwood Shores, CA.

Role Scope


  • Assist with preparation and managing the filing of SEC reports (8-K, S-8, Proxy Statement) and review Section 16 filings.

  • Assist with preparation of documentation for EAs Annual Meeting and manage relationships with associated service providers.

  • Support legal aspects of acquisitions, financings and restructurings, including data room management, performing due diligence, assisting with closing documents, obtaining required signatures, assisting with post-closing integration and administration, and any other special projects.

  • Maintain books and records for Corporate Secretarial office, including Board and Committee minutes, related parties and confidential treatment extensions.


  • Assist with the formation, maintenance and dissolution of domestic and certain global subsidiaries, including preparation of resolutions authorizing various transactions and other governance matters; update and maintain database for all subsidiaries and manage annual report filings, including though corporate agents.

  • Assist with, obtain and distribute notarizations, apostilles, legalized documents, certified copies, corporate filings and other corporate documents as needed.

  • Coordinate D&O Questionnaire process, including compiling necessary information, disseminating questionnaires and reviewing/archiving completed questionnaires.

  • Work with other members of the legal team as well as other company functional departments on special projects and initiatives.

  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams, including Finance, Tax, Investor Relations, Stock Administration.

  • Comfort communicating with senior executives and Board members.

General Qualifications


  • 5+ years of relevant experience working as a corporate paralegal.

  • Bachelors degree and/or paralegal certification preferred or equivalent experience and evidence of exceptional ability.

  • Notary certification (or willingness to obtain) a plus.

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, Adobe Acrobat, Workiva, legal entity management and related software.

  • Exceptional organizational skills, strong written and verbal communicator, impeccable integrity and good judgment.

  • Ability to maintain a positive attitude while working within a fast-paced work environment with shifting priorities.

  • Flexible and willing to work atypical hours as necessary for purposes of meeting filing deadlines.

  • Ability to build and maintain positive working relationships with internal functions around the globe as well as external vendors.

  • Desire to learn new skills and knowledge to enhance personal development.

  • Must be a self-starter, dependable and take pride in work product.


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Wu Jon Law Corp., it is a small immigration law office at San Mateo, CA.


We are seeking a full or part-time bilingual (Spanish/English) team assistant to support the firm's senior partner, one attorney, and a team of paralegals. Duties include the primary administrative support to the senior partner; communication with clients, potential clients, attorneys and courts; preparation of legal forms; filing; data entry; telephone support; and general clerical assistance. The position entails significant administrative work and organizational responsibility.

Position requires: a Bachelor's Degree; strong English and Spanish writing skills; excellent organizational skills and attention to detail; and an interest in human rights and immigration matters. Prior administrative experience preferred.
Computer Skills: Experience and facility with Windows, MS Word, Outlook, and Excel.
Competitive salary and benefits.



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San Francisco office of international law firm is seeking a corporate paralegal to join their corporate department. Qualified candidates MUST have a paralegal certificate and a degree, as well as 2+ years of corporate experience including: maintenance, minute books and filing with the Secretary of State. Candidate must also have experience handling corporate real estate and real estate finance matters. Experience with title/survey and easements is a definite plus. Proof of compliance with California law required. Great benefits. Salary is open. Qualified candidates please apply by attaching a resume in MS Word.

Company Description

We are a boutique legal recruiting firm serving the following markets: Los Angeles, Orange County, San Francisco/Bay Area, Las Vegas. Please visit us at www.theagencyla.net to find out about more exciting positions.


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***Please note that the State of California requires you to complete the Civil Service application process and applying on LinkedIn does not complete this process. Once you click on the Easy Apply button, a DOJ Recruiter will reach out to you with further information. This position is being re-advertised. If you previous applied for job control JC-183484 or JC-183486, you do not need to reapply. Under the general supervision of a Supervising Deputy Attorney General or designated Deputy Attorney General, the successful candidate will provide independent paralegal litigation support, including support of the most complex litigation. Cases in the Natural Resources Law Section involve air pollution, water quality standards, water rights and water supply, CEQA, endangered species, fire suppression cost recovery, timber harvest plans, landfills, pollution cleanup and recovery, pesticide standards, agricultural matters, and business matters such as bankruptcy, collections, contracts, and white collar fraud. The successful candidate's duties may include, but are not limited to, voluminous document management using electronic databases and very complex litigation support software; gathering and analyzing facts and evidence; directing witnesses in preparation of trial; handling administrative cases with attorneys; researching, identifying, and managing expert witnesses; summarizing deposition transcripts; preparing pleadings and exhibits for filing; organizing evidence for depositions and trial; assisting counsel at depositions and trial, including the use of software in the courtroom; researching complex legal issues and drafting legal documents; organizing and maintaining the section's fileroom; preparing internal reports and summaries and various other litigation support functions. Travel may be required. For more information about the position, please copy and past the following url into your web browser: Or Contact: Hamid.formoli@doj.ca.gov


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We are seeking a Paralegal foe our Estates & Trusts practice group to become a part of our team! You will provide overall support to attorneys' business needs. 


Responsibilities:



  • Assist with the drafting of estate planning and trust administration documents

  • Prepare asset lists, analyze bank and business records,identify trust and non-trust assets, identify title and character assets

  • Regular communication with clients and client advisors

  • Assist clients with trust funding and preparing documents, recordation of deeds with accompanying transfer documents

  • Maintain client files and prepare materials for client meetings

  • Prepare and assemble federal estate tax returns

  • Process court filings and other documents in Probate Court

  • Manage trust and probate administration case matters and deadlines

  • Determine beneficiaries and persons entitled to notice


Qualifications:



  • 7+ years of experience as a trust & estates paralegal

  • Bachelors' Degree, required

  • Knowledge of Probate Court processes and procedures

  • Familiarity with legal research

  • Ability to prioritize and multitask

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Deadline and detail-oriented

  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite

  • Knowledge of Legal Calendaring software



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 Wilson Elser's San Francisco office is seeking a Litigation Paralegal to support our exceptional team with an active and expanding practice.

This is an excellent opportunity for a motivated, independent, and self-starting recent college graduate or legal professional looking to advance his or her career while working in a rewarding and team oriented environment.

The Firm
Wilson Elser is a full-service and leading defense litigation law firm who faithfully serves our clients with more than 800 attorneys, across 40 offices in the United States and one in London. Founded in 1978, we rank among the top 200 law firms identified by The American Lawyer and 53rd in The National Law Journal's survey of the nation's largest law firms.

The Position

Qualifications
•Must have a Bachelor's degree; paralegal certificate preferred
•2+ years' general litigation experience, with both State and Federal courts preferred
•Strong written and verbal communication skills
•Ability to integrate into a fast-paced environment

Responsibilities
•Pulling case law cited in briefs
•Conducting legal research using Westlaw / LexisNexis
•Assembling motions and other pleadings (including assembling of exhibits, transcripts and other pertinent documents)
•Drafting standard pleadings (answers, RJIs, bills of particulars, etc)
•Drafting and responding to standard discovery demands (interrogatories, requests to produce documents, etc)
•Assist with medical record retrieval and document management

Why Should You Apply?
•Excellent Benefits
•Generous PTO plan
•Excellent growth and advancement opportunities
•Corporate Discount Plans

Interested?
Wilson Elser is a firm who focuses our commitment to both our clients and you! Please consider joining our team by applying online.

We are committed to cultivating an environment that embraces and promotes diversity as a fundamental value. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer; Minorities and Women are encouraged to apply.

Company Description

Wilson Elser is a full-service law firm with nearly 800 attorneys, representing more than 50 service areas in 39 offices throughout the United States. Founded in 1978, Wilson Elser ranks among the top 200 law firms identified by The American Lawyer and is listed in the Top 50 by The National Law Journal. With a full-service office in London and a network of affiliate firms in France, Germany and Mexico, Wilson Elser routinely provides legal advice and representation throughout the world.

While Wilson Elser's heritage and primary focus is insurance defense, it increasingly has expanded into the corporate and transactional realms in order to better serve its clients. Along these lines, the firm currently has a broad range of practice areas, members of which will often work on multidisciplinary and/or multijurisdictional teams in order to identify sound, comprehensive and innovative solutions to complex legal issues.


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This paralegal will draft, review and negotiate a wide array of contracts for the company's global clinical development operations and will provide them with related advice and counsel. The paralegal will also provide contract support in the areas of Discovery, CMC, and Translational Medicine. The ideal candidate will have proven experience with clinical trial contracting with a high degree of judgement, flexibility, and organizational skills. This paralegal will report to Chief Financial Officer with a matrix functional reporting structure to the President.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

Prepare, negotiate, and bring to execution contracts, including but not limited to: contract research organization master service agreements, vendor agreements, statements of work/work orders, consulting agreements, clinical supply manufacturing agreements, confidential disclosure agreements, sponsored research agreements, and material transfer agreements across cross-functional departments including Clinical Development Operations, Discovery, CMC and Translational Medicine.


  • Liaise with the finance department on financial matters as they pertain to contracts and statements of work

  • Set up and manage the contract management system; to include maintaining life-cycle requirements, training, and alert internal clients to key contract dates and actions

  • Collaborate with finance department to establish terms and conditions to standardize purchase order documents and improve standardized form agreements

  • Analyze contracts to ensure compliance to company policy and regulations

  • Perform other contract related activities and projects, as assigned

  • Assist with corporate work and other legal tasks, as needed

  • Train personnel in the organization on legal processes and policies.

Qualifications


  • At least 5 to 10 years of legal experience at a law firm and/or in-house, including biotech or pharmaceutical and or health care experience.

  • Experience with clinical contracts related to clinical development of biologics and/or pharmaceuticals.

  • Experience with contracts involving intellectual property.

  • High level of business acumen.

  • Excellent contract drafting and negotiation skills.

  • Exceptional oral and written communication skills.

  • Exceptional interpersonal and conflict resolution skills.

  • Ability to work independently, while meeting aggressive deadlines and juggling multiple matters.

  • Ability to maintain an independent and objective perspective while developing and maintaining a strong partnership with client organizations and maintain Apollomics’ interests.

  • Ability to work effectively and professionally with colleagues and clients at all levels of the organization and in a collaborative, team-oriented environment.

Apollomics Inc. is an innovative biopharmaceutical company committed to the discovery and development of oncology combination therapies that harness the immune system and target specific molecular pathways to eradicate cancer globally. The company’s existing pipeline consists of five development -stage assets including two novel , humanized monoclonal antibodies that restore the body’s immune system to recognize and kill cancer cells, and three targeted therapies against uncontrolled growth signaling pathways.


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 Great opportunity for an administrative assistant/paralegal at the Law Offices of Michael E. Pitts, a well-established law firm located in Redwood City, CA.


Responsibilities:


Manage incoming and outgoing correspondence, including billing and bill payment.


Prepare correspondence, memoranda and other legal documents from software and written drafts and forms.


Open and maintain client files and information databases.


Handle interface with vendors and manage office supplies.


Meet and communicate with clients and client advisors and assist with trust funding.


Handle court and county recorder filings.


Qualifications:


2-4 years of experience in all aspects of office administration and document production.


Proficient in the suite of Microsoft Office products, including Excel and Outlook calendaring, and familiarity with Quickbooks.


 



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Outten & Golden LLP is accepting applications for a Litigation Paralegal/Case Administrator in our San Francisco office.


Job Duties & Requirements



  • Organizing and preparing pleadings and discovery documents and supporting litigation by reviewing, finalizing and compiling documents for attorneys;

  • Speaking with clients and potential clients to pursue investigations and facilitate case administration;

  • Assisting in case investigations and development by conducting factual and legal research;

  • Drafting, proofreading, and formatting routine correspondence and litigation documents and facilitating filing and service in federal court, state court, administrative offices, and/or arbitration forums in accordance with applicable rules;

  • Maintaining electronic case files and managing large document discovery databases; and

  • Assisting with various administrative tasks and ad hoc research assignments


Candidate Qualities



  • Must possess excellent organization and communication skills

  • Must possess outstanding interpersonal and analytical skills

  • Ability to multi-task individually and in a team environment is essential

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)

  • State court filing experience is required

  • Commitment to promoting workers’ rights

  • Minimum 3-5 years of experience required; paralegal certificate or equivalent preferred


Company Description

Outten & Golden LLP is an employee-side employment law firm that focuses on representing employees, executives, and partners. From representing senior executives in contract negotiations to combating worker exploitation and systemic discrimination in individual, class action or impact litigation, O&G is a recognized leader in the field of employment law. The firm advises and counsels individuals on employment agreements, compensation arrangements, and severance plans; and it represents employees in all substantive areas of law, including discrimination and harassment based on sex, race, disability, or age, and including retaliation and whistleblower claims. The firm currently has 70+ attorneys and nine practice groups covering a wide range of issues. O&G is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to diversity among its lawyers and staff.


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Fast-paced, boutique business immigration law firm seeking Paralegal. The Paralegal will work with clients and supporting attorneys in the preparation of various immigrant and nonimmigrant cases. This position will also be responsible for case management and administrative job duties.


We offer competitive salary and benefits.


Duties:



  • Prepare and file immigration petitions to include H-1Bs, TNs, L-1s, E-3s, PERM, I-140s, etc.

  • Draft and edit detailed support letters in support of immigration filings.

  • Draft and file various nonimmigrant and immigrant visa applications and forms, supporting documents, and cover letters.

  • Case management to include regular client contact via email and telephone. Provide timely updates to both employers and employees and oversee the document gathering process.

  • Follow-up on inquiries with client and various government agencies as needed.

  • Various filing/clerical duties involved as well as general office management tasks.


Required Skills and Abilities:



  • Bachelor’s degree required.

  • A minimum of 1 year experience in employment-based immigration law.

  • Outstanding attention to detail is an absolute requirement.

  • Ability to meet deadlines and multitask in an efficient manner.


  • Impeccable/top notch English writing/grammar and communication skills.


  • The applicant must efficiently and accurately complete cases under supervision of supervising attorneys.

  • Ability to proof-read and correct one’s own work and work of others.

  • Ability to work well with others and with minimal supervision in a high paced deadline driven environment.

  • Strong communication and organizational skills.

  • Solid work ethic.


Preference



  • Sense of humor!

  • Positive attitude and cheerful personality.


Company Description

We are a small and busy business immigration law practice located minutes from SF (with parking). We pride ourselves on our personalized approach and are looking for someone with great writing skills, solid work ethic and a positive attitude. Sense of humor is a plus.


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***Please note that the State of California requires you to complete the Civil Service application process and applying on LinkedIn does not complete this process. Once you click on the Easy Apply button, a DOJ Recruiter will reach out to you with further information. This position is being re-advertised. If you previous applied for job control JC-183484 or JC-183486, you do not need to reapply. Under the general supervision of a Supervising Deputy Attorney General or designated Deputy Attorney General, the successful candidate will provide independent paralegal litigation support, including support of the most complex litigation. Cases in the Natural Resources Law Section involve air pollution, water quality standards, water rights and water supply, CEQA, endangered species, fire suppression cost recovery, timber harvest plans, landfills, pollution cleanup and recovery, pesticide standards, agricultural matters, and business matters such as bankruptcy, collections, contracts, and white collar fraud. The successful candidate's duties may include, but are not limited to, voluminous document management using electronic databases and very complex litigation support software; gathering and analyzing facts and evidence; directing witnesses in preparation of trial; handling administrative cases with attorneys; researching, identifying, and managing expert witnesses; summarizing deposition transcripts; preparing pleadings and exhibits for filing; organizing evidence for depositions and trial; assisting counsel at depositions and trial, including the use of software in the courtroom; researching complex legal issues and drafting legal documents; organizing and maintaining the section's fileroom; preparing internal reports and summaries and various other litigation support functions. Travel may be required. For more information about the position, please copy and past the following url into your web browser: Or Contact: Hamid.formoli@doj.ca.gov


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