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Years of Experience
ProfileLitigation and Employment Paralegal and Project Manager The candidate will review of subpoenas and coordinate document and witness production. Will collaborate with other departments to gather, analyze and produce information responsive and/or related to subpoenas, discovery requests, investigations and internal initiatives. provide day-to-day support to in-house counsel managing employment-related litigation, federal and state inquiries and proceedings, legal research, employment matters, and internal compliance initiatives. Prepare summaries of factual findings, legal research, and/or sequential and chronological events for attorney. Responsible for all aspects of legal case management, including maintenance of employment related files. Communicate with personnel at state and federal agencies regarding administrative proceedings. Drafting of correspondence, agreements, and other legal documents under the supervision of an attorney. Screen incoming calls and correspondence and respond independently when possible and coordinate with attorney when appropriate. Manage and coordinate litigation hold notices related to employment claims. Assist with data collection related to e-discovery for employment matters. Create/maintain corporate and legal forms, documents, reports and spreadsheets using Microsoft Office programs. Assist in creation of presentations. Update/maintain department databases (e.g., contract, litigation and/or real estate), as appropriate. Preparation of contracts, corporate documents, reports and materials approved by the department. Management of various projects, as determined appropriate and assigned. Organize documents and assist with corporate transactions. Serve as liaison between department attorneys and internal and external business and legal contacts. Assist with preparation for meetings, as appropriate, including preparation of agendas and distribution of materials. Maintain confidentiality of sensitive materials. Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate must have Bachelor's degree. Should have 5+ years of experience. College degree or comparable paralegal experience is required. Should preferably have paralegal certificate and 3+ years experience from law firm, governmental or corporate legal department, or comparable office providing paralegal support to attorneys, with employment law and/or litigation experience or 5 years of equivalent experience from law firm, governmental or corporate legal department, or comparable office providing paralegal support to attorneys, with employment law and/or litigation experience. Proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office products (Word, Outlook, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) is required. Excellent communications skills (oral and written), including grammar and punctuation, and composition skills to compose business memos/correspondence, corporate documents, summaries, reports, and simple contracts. Excellent organization, interpersonal and customer service skills is needed. Experience handling sensitive and confidential information with discretion is must. Familiarity with litigation pleadings, corporate documents and subpoenas is required. Ability to manage time and tasks effectively, work independently and in a team environment is essential.
Job ID: 967272
180 East Broad Street
Columbus, OH 43215