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Years of Experience
Date Last Verified
ProfileCorporate / Transactional Paralegal The candidate drafts and files certificates/articles of incorporation and certificate/articles of formation. Drafts written board consents in lieu of a meeting and written stockholder consents in lieu of a meeting, including both organizational and transactional closing matters. Drafts resolutions to be presented at a board meeting and/or stockholder meeting. Prepares basic organizational documents, including initial stock certificates and stock ledger. Completes and files Forms SS-4 to obtain EINs. Compiles and maintains minute books and stock ledgers. Conducts research to assist attorneys in determining jurisdictions for qualification. Prepares and files qualification and withdrawal applications. Orders lien, bankruptcy and litigation searches and summarizes search results. Prepares and files statutory filings with Secretary of State, including amendments, conversions, mergers, and dissolutions. Formulates solutions to problems which may arise, such as good standing issues. Interfaces with corporate service providers regarding statutory registered agent services (including changing contact information). Drafts certificates including secretary and officer certificates. Prepares closing files. Handles distribution of signature pages. Orders certified copies of charter documents and good standing certificates. Identifies and resolves problems that arise. Prepares and files UCC financing statements, amendments and termination statements. Assists with closing, including compiling signature pages, filling in dates, tracking down final agreements and providing general support. Prepares closing index and assembles closing binder, and assists in distribution.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate must have 3 years of experience as a paralegal in corporate business transactions and/or finance. Proficiency in the use of law office software, Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel is strongly preferred.
Current Employee - Reviewed on July 21, 2017
You'll have opportunities to learn and upgrade your skills but you need to be flexible and a quick learner. The challenge is to maintain work-life balance.Pros : Variety of work available and you can choose whatever you like. I would say I had diverse experience while working as an attorney at this law firm. Great people and support from across the board to help you progress with your career.