Large Highly Respected Law Firm seeks Corporate Paralegal for busy Practice Group
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Salary: $75,000 - $130,000 per year
A bit about us:
Global Law firm is seeking an experienced Corporate Finance Paralegal to join either their New York or Dallas offices. The Corporate Finance Paralegal will be responsible for all aspects of deal management for Finance and other transactions from inception to post-closing, including document organization, preparation and filing of documents for closings, assistance at closings, post-closing management and follow-up and oversee/manage preparation of closing sets. Assistance with document distribution and UCC management. This high-profile position involves direct interface with attorneys, clients, Corporate Services and opposing counsel.
Why join us?
- Competitive Base Salary!
- Extremely Competitive Benefits Package!
- Flexible Work Schedules!
- Accelerated Career Growth!
Develop and conduct research related to transactions and filings through both print and electronic sources
Preliminary organization of records and documents
Work with Accounting to manage corporate services vendors, post-completion billing and vendor invoice management
Work with Corporate Services Team to manage client information in Corporate Focus
Finance and Transactions
Create and update checklists (check in new documents, change status, etc.)
Draft transactional documents including resolutions, opinions, allonges, joinders, Secretary's certificates, Incumbency certificates, and other legal documents relating to loan parties
Run, order and summarize UCC, state and federal lien, judgment, litigation, and bankruptcy searches
Prepare and file various UCC financing statements (UCC-1, Fixture, Amendments, Continuation, and Terminations) for the purpose of securing loans, including notes, mortgages
Review and analyze the sufficiency of documentation
Order good standing certifications and certified charters
Manage, review and organize due diligence materials
Prepare and submit 8821 form and W-9 form to IRS
Create signature packets and coordinate their execution (both original and PDF) by multiple parties; Prepare and circulate closing documents to all parties for their review and comments
Prepare, obtain, and organize required closing certificates and related documents for pre-closing
Assemble fully executed closing documents (both original and PDF) with related exhibits, schedules, and attachments
Order to obtain post- closing UCC Search to Reflect
Prepare transmittal letters and coordinate the delivery of the Notes, lntercreditor Agreements, and Deposit Accounts Control Agreements to loan parties
Manage/oversee the creation of transactional closing sets or binders and CDs (electronic format) and distribute to appropriate parties
Manage the post-closing database to manage post-closing matters and create email reminders
Interact and coordinate with various service companies
Assist the attorneys with various tasks and assignments
Recognize and resolve problems
Skills & Competencies:
Strong research and writing skills
Willingness and flexibility to work overtime
Ability to multi-task
Ability to work under pressure on time-sensitive projects
Qualifications & Required Experience:
Bachelor’s degree preferred
A certificate from an ABA approved paralegal training program preferred
Minimum 3 years of paralegal experience involving transactional and corporate/securities matters required
Position also requires the ability to work under pressure to meet strict deadlines
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