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ProfileCorporate & Securities Paralegal Duties: Assist attorneys with corporate documents/materials. Work with lawyers to prepare all documents required to form corporations (both business and not-for-profit corporations), partnerships and limited liability companies in any state. Assist lawyers in the preparation of documentation for amendments, withdrawals, mergers and dissolutions of corporations, partnerships and/or limited liability companies. Assist lawyers with the completion of stock certificates. Complete franchise tax forms for lawyer review. Assist lawyers with real estate related diligence such as procuring preliminary title reports. Create and maintain corporate minute books. Assist with preparation of state filings for annual registration of franchise systems. Track filing deadlines to ensure periodic state and federal filings (i.e., statements of information, Form D’s, blue sky filings) are made timely. Work directly with attorneys and clients during closings and corporate transactions. Provide lawyers with assistance in the preparation for and closing of various corporate transactions, including mergers and acquisitions and initial public offerings. Assist with SEC Filings. Work directly with lawyers to prepare SEC filings with regard to securities offerings and respond to the requirements of the Securities Acts of 1933 and 1934 filings. Prepare/conduct UCC Filings/Searches. Assist lawyers in the preparation and filing of UCC filings and handle UCC filing search requests in all states. Work with Internal Revenue Service. Assist with the completion and filing of SS-4 Forms with the Internal Revenue Service for the purpose of obtaining Employee Identification Numbers (EINs) for corporations, partnerships and/or limited liability companies. Provide lawyers with assistance in the preparation of update questionnaires, disclosure document updates, and new and renewal registration filings with states that require the registration of franchise offerings, advertising and franchise seller disclosure form filings and business opportunity exemption filings.
Qualification and Experience
Qualifications: Baccalaureate degree required. Certificate from well-accredited paralegal training program a plus. Strong work ethic and ability to self-start. Ability to multi-task and prioritize assignments while delivering consistent, quality work-product to both attorneys and clients. Strong attention to detail. Ability to work independently with appropriate supervision and to seek help when needed. Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Current Employee - Reviewed on July 21, 2017
You can make the most of this opportunity, but you may have to calibrate your expectations. Be prepared to sacrifice your personal interests for your career starting from day one.Pros : Your reputation is everything in this business. At Snell & Wilmer, you can hone your reputation and do some good for the community. You can build a solid practice and make a great impression on your peers at the same time.