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Practical Mental Influence
published May 04, 2009
- Must be self-motivated, hard working, and computer literate.
- Be able to communicate with clients as to the status of their case via telephone, gathering information and obtaining records.
- Capable of the administration of a case (submission of documents and, correspond with clients, prepare letters with the Lawyers).
- Track the progress of cases and keep attorney updated on case status.
- People Oriented.
- monitoring bankruptcy and other court documents,
- preparing and filing proofs of claim, pleadings, fee applications,
- assisting attorneys with research issues sometimes doing claim analysis,
- maintaining task lists to track deadlines,
- assisting with discovery,
- assisting attorneys with preparation for trials, or appeals.
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