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ProfileIn-House Paralegal Duties: Organize and maintain corporate record books. Using online tools and traditional paper filing methods, form, amend and qualify and withdraw corporations and limited liability companies, as needed, and prepare, file and maintain annual reports, foreign qualifications and similar business tax forms. Obtain good standing certificates, tax certificates and certified documents. Act as liaison between APAC, EMEA and Canadian counsel, assuring that all foreign companies are kept in good standing and corporate record books are in order. Act as point of contact between Insight and registered agent, verifying records are accurate and annual billings are completed. Preparation and filing of documents and forms for ongoing corporate operations, including directors and shareholders’ resolutions, amendments to articles of incorporation and bylaws, and applications for authority to do out-of-state business. Serve as the liaison with governmental agencies and service companies, including Secretary of State, Department of Corporations and SEC (principally with respect to Forms D) to file and retrieve documents. Provide litigation support, including: preservation notices; document preparation, production and management; research; obtaining and organizing case files; preparing, organizing and maintaining deposition materials and summaries; assisting with trial and mediation preparations Assist with the preparation of immigrant and nonimmigrant visas (i.e. H-1B, L-1, AOS, I-140, PERM, O-1, EB-1 and complex RFE responses); including keeping track of visa expiration dates for employees, and the ability to answer basic immigration process questions (i.e. timeframes, process flows, etc.). Assist with various compliance initiatives, including: the maintenance and enforcement of the company’s record retention policy; drafting demand letters to recover company assets; and assisting with enforcement of the company’s restrictive covenant agreements. Gather and review account information on bankruptcy preference claims and prepare spread sheet tracking reports. File proofs of claim. Draft and forward settlement letters. Research and analyze law sources such as statutes, recorded judicial decisions, legal articles, and general research (e.g. UCC and corporate filings). Work largely autonomously, relying on experience and judgment to assist the business in accomplishing its goals while also working to protect Insight’s legal interests.
Qualification and Experience
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree (B.A./B.S.) required and/or Paralegal Certificate from accredited paralegal program. 7 years of experience at a law firm and/or in-house legal position. Excellent written/verbal communication and presentation skills, with ability to draft and review legal correspondence. Detail oriented with excellent organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple transactions and competing priorities in a fast-paced, fluid, and deadline-driven environment Strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Excellent communicator with the ability to build relationships and interact with stakeholders across the company Unquestionable integrity, ethics, and professionalism Self-starter, collaborative team player, good judgment, ability to work with limited direction, and creativit.y Entrepreneurial mindset with willingness to take ownership of projects Highly responsive and service-oriented attitude Flexible and able to respond quickly and positively to shifting demands. Demonstrated attention to detail, reliability and ability to learn new technology quickly. Ability to work overtime on an as-needed basis. Some filing is required and this would entail the ability to lift files, open filing cabinets and bend or stand as necessary. Advanced-level proficiency in using MS Outlook, Word, Excel, SharePoint and PowerPoint.
Requisition Number: 67307
6820 South Harl Avenue
Tempe, AZ 85283