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'A corporate paralegal is someone who works on corporate law matters under the supervision of licensed attorneys in a law-related setting. Corporate paralegals do not practice law, as they are not licensed attorneys, but they help in many aspects of corporate transactions, such as filing Certificates of Incorporation, helping maintain corporate record books and helping prepare the paperwork needed for one company to acquire another company. A corporate paralegal is also sometimes called a corporate legal assistant. Corporate lawyers are typically very busy professionals and they rely on corporate paralegals to assist them as much as possible in helping get the work done within the bounds of legal and ethical rules.
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The candidate will be responsible for public reporting and regulatory compliance Fund and entity formation and management. Will be managing information with respect to the firm's portfolio investments. Assisting in timely SEC filings such as: 13Ds and 13Gs, Forms 3 and 4. Gathering and maintaining information for U.S. Hart-Scott Rodino and foreign anti-trust analysis. Must have a Bachelor’s degree. Must have 5+ years of large law firm experience and some financial services exposure.
Senior Corporate Paralegal
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