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Job Title: Paralegal

Employer: Darden

Employer's Website: www.darden.com

Location: Orlando, FL

Salary/Benefits: $51,900 - $60,000

Date Posted: August 29, 2014

Job Description:
This position will be responsible for the following activities within an approximate 25 state region: conducting due diligence and acquiring alcohol licenses for approximately 40 - 50 new restaurant openings annually; supervising and obtaining non-alcohol licenses related to those openings; monitoring and reviewing compliance regulations and providing legal guidance to Operations and RSC departments, thus ensuring compliance with federal, state and local regulations; resolving alcohol-related administrative cases; completing special projects as directed. The Paralegal will maintain active communications with his/her Manager, his/her team members, key personnel within the Development Department, all levels of Operations, and additonal personnel within RSC departments.
-Conduct due diligence for new sites, within CPR timing guidelines. Communicate and consult with Development regarding license availability, timing, cost, unique legal requirements/restrictions, and alternative acquisition strategies.
-When applicable, coordinate SUP/CUP process with site plan approval and communicate any SUP/CUP conditions to Development and Operations.
-Obtain preliminary license approval, when available, prior to real estate contract/lease contingency waiver.
-Obtain new alcohol licenses, within established internal guidelines, including: negotiating license purchase prices; drafting license purchase contracts; negotiating attorney and consultant service fees; preparing and submitting accurate and complete government applications; creating hearing materials; preparing outside counsel, Operations personnel, or others for hearing appearances; and, coordinating final inspections and the satisfaction of all government requirements necessary for final issuance of the license.
-As directed, supervise and obtain non-alcohol licenses in order to meet team's internal deadlines.
-Effectively research and interpret existing codes and regulations to determine operating requirements applicable to our restaurants (i.e., server ages, alcohol sale hours, employee permits, mandatory alcohol training, etc.)
-Investigate, research, and analyze new/proposed legal requirements affecting restaurant operations. Provide operations teams and RSC depts. (i.e., Marketing, Employee Relations, Training, etc.) with effective communication and recommendations regarding the impact of these changes on company practices and policies.
-Investigate and effectively dispose of alcohol related administrative cases, with an eye toward avoiding suspensions and/or reducing monetary penalties, thereby maintaining the company's brand image and mitigating financial impact.
-Participate in government agency audits by compiling materials and negotiating with auditors. Ensure audit results are shared with Operations teams and appropriate departments to educate and ensure any necessary corrective actions are taken.
-Ensure compliance with requirements, specific to entities holding alcohol licenses, by providing accurate and effective advice and recommendations to Corporate Secretary, Corporate Tax, Treasury and Sales/Cash and conducting annual meetings when required.
-Promptly respond to field calls from Operations utilizing system surveys (i.e., server ages, local liquor regulations, inspections, etc.). Maintain and continuously update system surveys ensuring database information is current, accurate, and consistent.
-Obtain approvals for and coordination of alcohol inventory transfers for restaurant closings, rebuilds and relocations.
-Acquire additional and supplemental licenses for existing restaurants and for special events as needed.
-Oversee work performed by outside counsel and manage outside counsel fees to ensure adherence to budget.
-Complete special projects as directed by department leadership team.
-Minimum 3 years of direct experience interacting with regulatory agencies, with preference to those with experience in alcohol licensing or comparable regulated industries.
-Extensive and demonstrable experience researching and interpreting statutes, codes, rules and regulations.
- Bachelor's degree in Legal Studies, Business, Finance, or related field
-Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
-Highly effective listening skills
-Excellent attention to detail and follow through
-Exceptional organizational skills
-Ability to work unsupervised
-Ability to determine when it is necessary to bring a problem or issue to Manager or Director
-Proven analytical ability to recognize and creatively resolve problems without delay and to make decisions on critical issues with an in depth understanding of the risks involved
-Ability to coordinate and organize priorities to ensure accountabilities are performed timely and deadlines are met
-Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines in a fast paced environment
-Ability and willingness to travel (approximately 10%)
-Work effectively and professionally with co-workers, restaurant operators, members of other depts., and government agencies
-Knowledge, experience, and understanding of the terminology, processes and procedures related to alcohol licensing and compliance or other comparable regulated industry.
How to Apply:

To apply please visit our website at www.Darden.com.

Job Title: Director, Paralegal Programs

Employer: Delaware County Community College

Employer's Website: www.dccc.edu

Location: Media, PA

Salary/Benefits: A minimum starting salary of $66,547 (23A) and a comprehensive and competitive fringe benefit package are provided.

Date Posted: September 7, 2014

Job Description:
Delaware County Community College, a competency-based institution, committed to diversity invites applications for the Director, Paralegal Programs in the Public Service Social Science department. The Director will provide administrative leadership and teach courses as the division continues to develop the Paralegal program. The successful applicant will be an individual who will coordinator the Paralegal Studies program and teach academic courses in that program. This is a 12 –month position and reports directly to the Dean of the Public Services and Social Science Division. Primary responsibilities includes but not limited to defining major program objectives and review courses and oversee the development and improvement of curricula for the paralegal program.*; Assist in developing distance learning for paralegal program and represent the program throughout the administrative and academic structure of the institution.*; Respond to student, faculty, departmental and administration questions regarding the program; Assist and facilitate hiring, supervision and retention of qualified faculty and conduct faculty meetings at least two times during the academic year and create faculty professional development opportunities; Teach a course or courses in the program semester.*; Determine the financial needs of the program and, with assistance, formulate the program budget.*; Ensure personal professional development through active participation in educational ?programs and membership in professional associations including American Association for ?Paralegal Education and its conferences.*; Relate course assessment outcomes to program goals.*; In partnership with other college offices, assess graduate and employer opinions regarding ?the program.*; Advice program students regarding program curriculum requirements.*; Recruit and Lead the Advisory Board that will support the program, ensuring its proper organization and operation and conduct Advisory Board meetings at least two times during the academic year.*; Organize the program to meet the defined ABA standards in preparation for the ABA Approval Process.*; Recruit students into the certificate program and AAS programs; Other duties as assigned; * indicates the job duties and responsibilities to meet ABA approval guidelines. The ideal candidate must have a Juris Doctorate (J.D.), from an accredited college or university; A minimum of three years administrative experience in an academic setting and three years of college teaching preferred; Committed to excellence in teaching as well as evidence a thorough understanding of curriculum development, competency-based education, differentiated instruction, diverse learning styles, classroom technologies, and distance learning; In addition, the candidate should be willing to participate in active service to the department, the division, and the College, and must be committed to achieving academic excellence, valuing and appreciating diversity, and fostering a spirit of collaboration.
How to Apply:

The College strongly encourages applications from members of traditionally under-represented groups. Interested candidates should apply online at www.dccc.edu or send electronically only (in MS Word or PDF format), a cover letter, complete and current resume and a list of three references (including current immediate supervisor) to Human Resources, Delaware County Community College, 901 South Media Line Road, Media, PA 19063, hr@dccc.edu. Application materials must be submitted only as a completed packet and received no later than September 30, 2014. References will not be contacted without the applicant's permission.

Job Title: Contract Administrator - Paralegal

Employer: Central Maine Medical Center

Employer's Website: cmmc.org

Location: Lewiston, ME


Date Posted: September 8, 2014

Job Description:
The Contract Administrator assists the contracting staff in the contracting process, ensures that timelines are met, and maintains a database of all CMHC contracts. Requirements: • Bachelors Degree – Law/Business – equal experience level. • 3 years’ experience in paralegal contracting & contract management, preferably in the Healthcare field • Ability to prioritize workload independently. • Advanced computer knowledge Excel, Word, & MS Outlook; intermediate knowledge in Access environment.
How to Apply:

For additional information and to apply online, please visit our website: www.cmmc.org. Inquires and resumes may also be sent to recruitment@cmhc.org


Job Title: Corporate Paralegal

Employer: Brown & Brown, Inc.

Employer's Website: www.bbinsurance.com

Location: Daytona Beach, FL


Date Posted: September 9, 2014

Job Description:
Brown & Brown, Inc., a publicly traded (NYSE: BRO) worldwide insurance intermediary seeks a full-time corporate paralegal to assist with drafting and reviewing various company contract as well as overseeing federal trademark filings. Responsibilities include drafting and completing certain contracts with branch offices throughout the United States. Works closely with outside counsel to file and renew all federal trademark filings. Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job. 
Requires a Paralegal certificate from an accredited college. A Bachelor’s degree in Paralegal studies or business is preferred and at least 5 years’ experience as a paralegal in a large law firm or corporation. 
Previous experience as a contract or corporate paralegal is preferred.
Excellent writing skills and proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and the internet is required. Candidate must be highly organized, detail-oriented, and possess excellent communication skills. Travel requirements are limited. Competitive salary and benefits commensurate with experience and skills.
How to Apply:

Please forward resume and salary requirements via e-mail toekraljic@bbins.com.

Job Title: Paralegal

Employer: Apex Clean Energy

Employer's Website: www.apexcleanenergy.com

Location: Charlottesville, VA

Salary/Benefits: Commensurate with experience

Date Posted: September 23, 2014

Job Description:
Apex is seeking a full-time Paralegal to provide support to the legal team with respect to the development, execution and administration of wind projects and corporate activities such as contract management, filing, PowerPoint presentations, Excel compilations and related services. A successful candidate will demonstrate the ability to work quickly and effectively in a dynamic team environment and possess a passion for tackling new projects and acquiring new skill sets.
How to Apply:

Submit a cover letter and resume through www.apexcleanenergy.com/careers

Job Title: Commercial / Real Estate Paralegal

Employer: Dollar Tree Stores

Employer's Website: www.dollartree.com

Location: Chesapeake, VA

Salary/Benefits: Competitive Salary based on experience

Date Posted: September 28, 2014

Job Description:
As part of Legal/Real Estate, support Dollar Tree’s existing and growing portfolio of stores and Real Estate Portfolio Management team by: 
(1) drafting, negotiating and managing critical lease documentation, including lease amendments, renewals and extensions, tenant estoppels and SNDAs, and ancillary real estate agreements
(2) providing accurate interpretation and management of lease documentation, including initial and ongoing lease abstracting and store opening information necessary for the timely and accurate payment of rent and other financial obligations
(3) performing timely substantive research related to Dollar Tree’s leases to maximize Dollar Tree’s rights and ensure compliance with landlord and tenant obligations. 
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
•Negotiate 1000+ lease amendments/renewals on an annual basis as part of a team of Lease Administrators covering the United States and Canada
•Consult with Real Estate Portfolio Managers to ensure documentation prepared accurately reflects negotiated business arrangements
•Complete diligence necessary to prepare tenant estoppel certificates/SNDAs ensuring timely compliance with lease obligations
•Negotiate with third party lenders, their attorneys, and landlords
•Abstract all original leases and lease related documentation and enter required critical information into the Company’s lease management and financial reporting system (“REM”)
•Abstract co-tenancy/kick-out provisions from leases and lease amendments and enter into REM, research and respond to reported violations, and as needed, prepare landlord notices and rent notifications as well as take appropriate action as requested by Real Estate Portfolio Managers
•Research and interpret lease documentation as requested
•Verify legitimacy of all requested vendor changes by obtaining and reviewing supporting documentation to include deeds, assignments of leases and rents, management and/or operating agreements, and W-9s
•Other projects as assigned
Minimum Requirements/Qualifications:
•3 to 5 years of relevant experience
•Bachelor’s degree (BA/BS/BFA) or equivalent
•Excellent computer skills, including Microsoft Word and Excel
•Experience with lease administration, preferably commercial lease 
•Independent, detail oriented self-starter
•Excellent oral and written communication skills
•Ability to negotiate, draft and edit legal documents using proper grammar and punctuation
•Strong time management skills with the ability to adapt and respond to changing conditions with a sense of urgency
•Ability to research and resolve lease related issues with a minimum of supervision
•Able to work under pressure while maintaining professionalism and diplomacy
•Ability to understand complex legal positions
•Must be able to negotiate, offer trades and alternatives, and understand the consequences of the positions they take and those proposed
Desired Qualifications:
•Prior lease administration auditing experience/ legal background preferred
•Paralegal Certificate preferred
We are unable to provide relocation assistance, at this time.
How to Apply:


Job Title: Paralegal

Employer: Forbes & Broadwell

Employer's Website: www.forbesbroadwell.com

Location: Hampton, VA

Salary/Benefits: TBD

Date Posted: October 24, 2014

Job Description:
Well-established law firm in Hampton has an immediate need for an experienced paralegal with a minimum of 5 years of experience in personal injury litigation. Must have experience in trial preparation in both General District and Circuit Courts. Workers’ Compensation experience preferred. Must be able to work independently and meet deadlines in a high-volume office. Proficiency in MS Office is required. Must be dependable, able to multitask and work well within a team. 
Searching for Candidate in search of a long term position
How to Apply:

Send resume and cover letter to hbroadwell@forbesbroadwell.com


Job Title: Paralegal, Commercial Litigation

Employer: Sodexo

Employer's Website: Sodexo

Location: Gaithersburg, MD


Date Posted: November 7, 2014

Job Description:
Sodexo has an exciting Paralegal, Commercial Litigation and Bankruptcy position now available in our Corporate Legal Department. This position is based out of our Headquarters in Gaithersburg, MD. This role will primarily be responsible for assisting with administrative case management of all commercial litigation and bankruptcy cases. This position will directly support three attorneys within the Commercial Litigation team.

The Paralegal’s primary responsibilities will include:
Administrative case management
updating the status of cases ongoing basis
Maintain matter management and legal hold databases
Coordinate creation and updating of quarterly case reports
Respond to subpoenas
Draft correspondence, litigation hold notices, routine pleadings, settlement agreements, and ad hoc reports
Identify, compile, and review relevant documents for discovery and other purposes
Assist with discovery and trial preparation, including document production and searches of electronically stored information
Coordinate the gathering of relevant documents and information
assist with litigation hold management
Assist with case investigation
Conduct factual and legal research
Assist in contract and other document review, including electronic review
Assist in witness interviews
Assume primary responsibility for managing low exposure cases and bankruptcies
Prepare and file claims in small bankruptcy matters
Track distributions
Under direction of an attorney, resolve routine legal issues
Assist attorneys and outside counsel on special projects 
The ideal candidate will have the following preferred experience/skillset:
Bachelors of Arts/Bachelors of Science or Paralegal certification
Minimum 3 - 5 years of Commercial Litigation experience as a Paralegal within a Corporate Legal Department or Law Firm
Experience in Bankruptcy Law would be a plus
Excellent writing, organizational and communication skills
Ability to prioritize effectively, work under pressure, handle multiple projects and meet deadlines
Ability to work independently and as part of a team
Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to foster strong working relationships with stakeholders
Excellent analytical skills with the ability to identify, evaluate and resolve problems
Strong proficiency with Microsoft Word and Excel; Familiarity with WestLaw or comparable research methodology
Experience with PACER is a plus
Sodexo is the 18th largest employer worldwide and prides itself with great work-life balance opportunities. Sodexo is a stable company offering robust benefit packages for its employees.
How to Apply:

On our Website CLICK HERE


Job Title: Paralegal - Land Conservation


Employer's Website: www.osiny.org

Location: New York, NY


Date Posted: November 17, 2014

Job Description:
The Open Space Institute, Inc. protects scenic, natural and historic landscapes to ensure public enjoyment, conserve habitats, and sustain community character. OSI achieves its goals through land acquisition, conservation easements, loan and grant programs, creative partnerships, and analytical research. 
Position Summary
The OSI Legal Department (three lawyers and a paralegal) handles all of the legal work of OSI, including the acquisition of conservation lands and conservation easements; the disposition of lands that have been acquired by OSI; conservation loans and other conservation transactions; servicing OSI’s existing portfolio of land and conservation easements; resolving disputes and violations of conservation easements; preparing grant agreements and undertaking due diligence for each of the grants; and associated work involved with the acquisition, holding, maintenance and disposition of a large portfolio of land and conservation easements, leasing, contracts and corporate governance matters.
The Paralegal will work closely with all members of the Legal Department as well as other staff members in the Conservation Capital Department, Stewardship Department and other OSI departments. The Paralegal will also work to ensure the smooth operating of the Legal Department on a day-to-day basis.
Primary Responsibilities
The Legal Department Paralegal will be responsible for:
• Working directly with grantee organizations to collect and compile relevant documentation of land transactions and compile for OSI Legal Department review;
• Updating data fields with regards to land transactions leading up to the closing date and after the close of the project; 
• Working within the grants management system to track status of property closings;
• Assisting in the preparation of option agreements, purchase and sale agreements, grant agreements, conservation easements, leases, and escrow instructions;
• Assisting in the preparation of all closing documents necessary to close a transaction, deal with counsel for the landowner; deal with public agency staff; and
• Assisting the Legal Department with the evaluation of title, survey, environmental investigation and other matters related to the acquisition and disposition of land and interests in land. 
Required Skills/Core Competencies
• Excellent organizational skills;
• Ability to multitask and prioritize among numerous ongoing projects in a fast paced environment;
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills;
• Excellent numerical skills;
• Ability to prioritize numerous ongoing projects;
• Computer mastery in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other applications;
• Ability to work to reasonable deadlines and plan accordingly;
• Ability to work cordially and professionally with all levels of staff, and across organization; and
• Detail oriented self-starter.
• Bachelor’s degree; 
• Paralegal certificate from an accredited program desirable;
• Minimum of two years’ work experience as a paralegal, working in commercial or residential real estate, with an emphasis on closing real estate transactions;
• Nonprofit work experience desirable;
• Strong interest in conservation and real estate transactions 
Physical Requirements
• Frequently sits for long periods of time;
• Frequently speaks, reads, writes and uses a computer keyboard ; and
• May require occasional standing, walking, lifting, stooping, bending, moving files
How to Apply:

Please email resume and cover letter (including salary requirements) as a single PDF to resumes@osiny.org, with “Paralegal” and where you saw the posting in the subject line.




Job Title: Paralegal/Contracts Administratorl

Employer: Southwest Key Programs

Employer's Website: www.swkey.org

Location: Austin, TX


Date Posted: August 20, 2014

Job Description:
The Paralegal/Contracts Administrator is responsible for assisting the company’s attorneys with special projects as well as preparing, examining, analyzing, negotiating, and revising contracts on behalf of Southwest Key and its affiliated entities. 

• Draft, analyze and revise legal documents.
• Implement and manage Southwest Key’s contracts administration software and database.
• Negotiate terms and conditions and facilitate contract changes.
• Assist with litigation and administrative claims.
• Conduct factual and legal research.
• Prepare first drafts and/or outlines of legal briefs, and other legal documents. 
• Assist in drafting and explaining company policies and procedures. 
• Communicate effectively with staff and outside entities to resolve legal-related issues.
• Coordinate with internal departments and outside contractors; track authorizations and correspondence.
• Maintain detailed, accurate and organized files in accordance with the company’s retention policies.
• Ensure contracts are executed, renewed or terminated, as appropriate.
• Provide other administrative, legal support to Southwest Key’s attorneys. 
• Able to react to change productively and handle other essential tasks as assigned.

• Bachelor’s Degree is required.
• Paralegal certificate/experience is a plus.
• The ideal candidate will have 2-5 years of experience in a Paralegal or Contract Administrator role.
• The candidate should have experience with negotiating and/or drafting contracts. 
How to Apply:

Click Here to apply online



Job Title: Legal Analyst

Employer: First Data

Employer's Website: www.firstdata.com

Location: Denver, CO


Date Posted: August 26, 2014

Job Description:
This position supports the Intellectual Property Legal Group within the Legal Department (General Counsel's Office – GCO). This position specifically works with trademark, copyright and domain name matters, under the guidance of a manager paralegal or attorney.
The ideal candidate should have the ability to:
• work with internal clients and outside counsel on global trademark application, prosecution and maintenance matters
• assist with trademark enforcement matters
• assist in maintaining and improving established processes and databases
• review marketing materials for proper use of trademarks and copyrighted materials
• assist with trademark and copyright licenses
• communicate diplomatically with clients and outside counsel verbally and in writing
• conduct research on the Internet and in legal research databases
• work independently and as part of a team
Requirements: ABA approved Paralegal Certificate or equivalent legal experience. Alternatively, enrollment in a Paralegal program and relevant legal experience. College degree preferred. Familiarity with trademark, copyright and domain name fundamentals. Command of Microsoft Office software, including Word, Excel, Access and Sharepoint. Intellectual curiosity and attention to detail. Excellent communication skills.
Preferred Qualifications: At least 2 years substantive paralegal experience is required; Excellent verbal and written communication skills; Ability to describe basic legal concepts in clear and understandable language to internal clients; Abiltiy to conduct legal research and fact gathering and perform analysis and evaluate small risks under supervision; Demonstrated ability to build and maintain strong working relationships with internal and external clients and act as a liaison between business units and outside counsel.

How to Apply:

CLICK HERE to apply



Job Title: Paralegal/Legal Assistantl

Employer: Board Certified Family Law Attorney

Employer's Website: will disclose when necessary

Location: San Antonio, TX

Salary/Benefits: depends on experience and credentials

Date Posted: September 8, 2014

Job Description:
Board Certified Family Law Attorney seeks full time litigation paralegal/legal assistant with extensive experience in trial support and case management under minimum supervision. Excellent computer, written and verbal communication skills required. Experience in Family Law litigation necessary. This position requires highly effective listening skills, excellent attention to detail and follow through, exceptional organizational skills, the ability to coordinate and organize priorities to ensure case requirements are performed timely and deadlines are met, research ,investigative and people skills. Degree from ABA accredited program, Bachelor’s degree or Board Certification preferred. Notary public preferred. 
How to Apply:

Please electronically submit resume, writing sample, salary requirements, and available start date to attyoffice11@gmail.com 



Job Title: Paralegal

Employer: H.I.W.H., Inc

Employer's Website:

Location: Plano, TX


Date Posted: September 11, 2014

Job Description:
Needing a contract Paralegal for a part time position in the Plano, TX area. Must be experienced with eDiscovery software applications. Please email if interested
How to Apply:




Job Title: Legal Assistant/Paralegal

Employer: Kantack Alcantara Law Office, PC

Employer's Website: www.kantacklawoffice.com

Location: South Padre Island, TX


Date Posted: September 22, 2014

Job Description:
Kantack Alcantara Law Office seeks BILINGUAL LEGAL ASSISTANT/PARALEGAL. Ideal candidate is honest, energetic & detail oriented; has excellent verbal & written communication skills & is computer (Word/Excel) and e-marketing literate.
How to Apply:

E-mail resume to deeanne@kantacklawoffice.com



Job Title: IP Paralegal

Employer: Koch Companies Public Sector, LLC

Employer's Website: www.kochcareers.com

Location: Wichita, Kansas

Salary/Benefits: commensurate with experience

Date Posted: October 19, 2014

Job Description:
Coordinate and oversee implementation of docketing/IP asset management system
Coordinate and oversee management of Koch Companies’ patent and trademark portfolios through outside docketing vendor and internal docketing system
Coordinate and assist with US and foreign trademark prosecution, including preparing and filing trademark applications and maintenance documents for US filings such as renewals, gathering required information and materials for filings of evidence of use, and maintaining related docket and files
Perform trademark availability searches for the United States and countries around the world
Review trademark watch notices, conduct preliminary research, obtain and review investigations, draft recommendations for presentation to clients, assist with oppositions and litigation support
Assist in monitoring and maintaining patent portfolio. Coordinate with domestic and foreign counsel for patent matters, including filings
Management of the IDS Docket for patents and coordinate with outside IDS vendor for filing
Coordinate with outside vendors (including CPA) and the Koch businesses for the payment of annuity fees
Assist with IP due diligence pertaining to potential mergers or acquisitions (including status, chain of title, third party and/or competitor patent portfolio reports, etc.)
Draft internal communications to attorneys related to patent and trademark filings and reporting letters, as well as direct communication with clients related to patents and trademarks
Assist in preparing analytical data charts and presentations related to IP portfolios and metrics
Coordinate and facilitate IP-related knowledge sharing, training and meetings
Monitor various social media for infringing uses and file abuse claims as needed
Obtain apostilles and other documents necessary for legalization or certification requirements
Draft agreements under the direction of counsel, including releases, copyright licenses and trademark licenses
The successful candidate will operate with a sense of urgency and possess the ability to simultaneously manage several ongoing projects for a group of attorneys. This position is fulfilling to a candidate who thinks economically, critically, and strategically. A successful candidate will also have the following attributes:
Candidate must possess a strong work ethic, high level of personal integrity, and a strong commitment to compliance and confidentiality
Excellent communication skills including writing, proofreading and phone etiquette
Detail-oriented individual with strong reading comprehension skills and a dedication to accuracy and thoroughness
Self-directed and able to work independently
Strong organizational and project management skills
Intellectual curiosity and ability to learn quickly
Associate Degree in Paralegal or Legal Assistant Studies OR graduate certificate from an ABA-approved paralegal education program 
5+ years of experience as a paralegal handling patent and trademark matters
Previous experience with commercial IP docketing or IP asset management system
Experience with process improvement, proactively streamlining procedures and reporting
Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Outlook and Word and a strong familiarity with Excel and PowerPoint
Some overtime may be required
Some travel may be required
Bachelor's degree
Experience with the implementation of docketing/IP asset management systems
Experience with patent and trademark docketing
7+ years of experience with assisting in patent, trademark, and copyright filing and prosecution
Experience assisting with IP enforcement matters, including social media, domain name and trademark misuse or infringement
Experience with litigation matters involving intellectual property, including patent or trademark infringement, or trade secrets misappropriation
How to Apply:

Go to this link on our website



Job Title: Paralegal, Litigation

Employer: Koch Companies Public Sector, LLC

Employer's Website: www.kochcareers.com

Location: Wichita, Kansas

Salary/Benefits: commensurate with experience

Date Posted: October 19, 2014

Job Description:
Prepare routine legal documents and correspondence
Maintain document and electronic files
Gather and analyze data / investigate facts
Collaborate with inside and outside counsel
Work directly with experts, consultants and witnesses regarding case and prepare them for trial
Correspond with clients regarding case status
A successful candidate will possess the following attributes:
Sense of urgency which drives results
Intellectual curiosity and ability to learn quickly
Self-directed and able to work independently
Detail-oriented individual with strong reading comprehension skills and a dedication to accuracy and thoroughness
Excellent communication skills including writing, proofreading and phone etiquette
Candidate must possess a strong work ethic, a commitment to compliance and confidentiality, and a high level of personal integrity
3+ years’ work experience as a paralegal in a law firm or corporate litigation environment 
Experience with process improvement, proactively streamlining procedures and reporting
Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Outlook and Word / strong familiarity with Excel and PowerPoint
Strong organizational and project management skills
High School Diploma
Familiarity with electronic review tools and databases such as Concordance / Summation / Relativity or other electronic review tools / databases
Experience with Westlaw or similar research tool
Experience with electronic discovery collection, management and production
1-2 years’ employment litigation experience
1-2 years’ patent and trademark experience
How to Apply:

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Job Title: PI Paralegal/Part-time Contract Position

Employer: Colley & Colley, LLP

Employer's Website: www.colley-law.com

Location: Austin, TX

Salary/Benefits: $20 to $24 per hour-depending on experience

Date Posted: October 19, 2014

Job Description:
Plaintiffs Personal Injury Litigation paralegal. Part-time contract position offered. Need someone with at least 5 years experience in PI plaintiffs litigation. All of the typical skills needed, to include Word, Office, data-base/case management software. Experience and knowledge with the Travis County courts, efile system. Experience in sending and responding to discovery, pleadings, scheduling and other general litigation matters. Would be working directly for founding partner and responsible for trial preparation and calendar management. Bi-lingual (Spanish) a plus but not required. 
How to Apply:

Send resume' and cover letter Via email to info@colleylaw.net.


Job Title: Part Time Paralegal

Employer: Murphy & Vickers

Employer's Website: www.murphyslawtx.com

Location: Houston, TX

Salary/Benefits: TBD

Date Posted: November 13, 2014

Job Description:
This is a part time position in a single attorney office. Duties include, answering phones, filing with the state, file management, helping attorney prioritize. This practice is strictly transactional with client in O&G, entertainment, builders, real estate, technology, etc....
How to Apply:

Please call (281)734-0221 and/or email brookehawes@yahoo.com.






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