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We will maintain a copy of your resume on file in the event a suitable opportunity should arise.

IP Docketing Specialist

Essential Functions:
Review and docket all incoming and outgoing correspondence and all incoming and outgoing transferred files; ensure that applicable deadlines and information is relayed to the appropriate attorneys; maintain docket listings for all upcoming deadlines, provide timely docket reports and clear docket on a daily basis; and other duties as assigned.

Tasks Performed:
Receive, open, and review all incoming mail. Review all correspondence pertaining to IP prosecution and enter all due dates contained in incoming correspondence, including faxes and emails, into the docketing system; coordinate with attorneys/staff to ensure that all deadlines are met; open new matters and input records into database for both foreign and domestic patent and trademark cases; and process requests to transfer cases in and out of the Firm, including updating database.
Desired Education:   High School Diploma or equivalent

Desired Job Experience:   Minimum of eight (8) years of patent and trademark, domestic, and foreign docketing experience

Other Qualifications:
Knowledge of IP docketing system, MDC/IP Master preferred; strong communication skills; knowledge of both foreign and domestic patent and trademark prosecution rules; ability to multi task and strong attention to detail; and excellent organizational and project management skills required.

Minimum Physical Requirements:
Long periods of sitting required, use of hands and fingers to type, long periods of looking at computer monitor, and ability to lift case files, up to 10 pounds.

IP Paralegal

IP Projects Assistant

Tasks Performed:

Written and oral communication with clients.

Written and oral communication with foreign associates and PCT Office.


Essential Functions:

Corresponds with clients and foreign associates regarding US and foreign patent applications and related formality requirements.


Desired Education:

High School Diploma or equivalent


Job Experience:

IP experience preferred.

New Business Intake Specialsit

Duties and Primary Responsibilities:
- Maintains efficient workflow of new business intake process
- Analyses and reviews new business intake forms for quality and completeness
 - Researches corporate history of clients and related parties using corporate databases such as Dun and Bradstreet, Avention, Hoovers and other online resources
- Performs additional conflict searches for prospective clients and related parties by using Intapp Open conflicts database
- Examines and reviews engagement letters for accuracy and confirms consistency with standards established by the Office of General Counsel
- Works with Senior Manager of New Business Intake and Conflicts and other Conflicts Analysts to identify risks, adversities to clients and other policy issues that emerge in new business
- Provides excellent and timely customer service to all Firm attorneys and personnel
- Must be task oriented and flexible with respect to overtime throughout the work week, weekends, and in some cases holidays
- Must be readily available if and when emergencies arise
- The employee may be asked to perform additional duties not listed in the job description but as they relate to New Business Intake or Conflicts

- College degree and three or more years of progressive experience in New Business Intake, Conflicts or a related field in law firms
- Candidates with a JD will be prioritized
- Candidates with a Paralegal Certificate are a plus

Communication Skills:
- Must possess the ability to regularly communicate in both written and verbal form with attorneys, staff and clients

Computer Skills:

- Microsoft Office Suite, Outlook, and Excel; Elite and Intapp Open software experience a plus

- Possess a working knowledge of Dun and Bradstreet, Hoovers, Lexis/Westlaw, Pacer, Avention and is able to interpret the data produced by those systems
- Knowledge of conflict of interest principles in order to define relationships and related parties
- Exercise good judgment to determine if issues should be escalated to the Senior Manager of New Business Intake and Conflicts
- Ability to work independently as well as with a team
- Must possess excellent organizational, analytical and written skills
- Must possess extreme attention to detail
- Ability to work on complex matters in a fast-paced and high pressure environment
- Ability to work with and handle confidential matters
- Ability to perform essential functions with a reasonable accommodation

Work Environment:
- High pressure
- Deadline driven


Tasks Performed:

Conducts legal and factual research.

Prepares written material on research results.

Drafts legal documents for attorney review.

Organizes and summarizes documents.

Prepares court filings.

Performs computer assisted research.

Prepares legal forms such as subpoenas, taxreturns, securities filings and other government forms.

Essential Functions: Provides assistance attrial.

Prepares legal documents.

Provides proof-reading and factual review oflegal documents.

Cite checking.

Conducts factual investigations related tolegal matters.

Assists in due diligence review.

Manages documents relevant to legal proceedingsor transactions.

Reviews documents for appropriateclassification (e.g. Attorney Client Privileged protected documents).

Minimum Physical Requirements:

Ability to sit, stand, hear and read.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enableindividuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions

Desired Education:

Paralegal Certification or Bachelor’s Degree orequivalent work experience.

Other Qualifications:

Able to analyze.

Able to synthesize complex or diverseinformation.

Able to collect and research data.

Demonstrated attention to detail.

Able to identify andresolve problems in a timely manner.



Paralegal - Finance

Job Summary:
Provides support to attorneys on legal matters from commencement to resolution.
Essential Functions:
- Assist attorneys in the review and drafting of various legal documents, such as closing documents, certificates, opinion letters
- Conduct factual investigations related to legal matters
- Assist in due diligence review
- Understanding of Article 9, lien search, filing and resolution processes
-  Knowledge of UCC filing requirements and procedures
- Ability to understand and digest lien search results
-  Assist in loan closings
- Prepare post-transaction closing binders
- Familiarity with PACER, efiling and search processes
- Work directly with attorneys and clients in connection with corporate transactions

- Bachelors degree, paralegal certification or equivalent work experience

- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Ability to work well under pressure and in a fast-paced environment
- Highly organized, strong attention to detail
- Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel


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