Litigation Clerk/Assistant for Tempe Collections Law Firm
A well respected Tempe Collections Law Firm is in need of a full-time Litigation Clerk to work in its Civil Litigation Department. We are busy and we are growing!
The ideal candidate must possess: a positive, upbeat, go-getter attitude; excellent communication skills (written, verbal and telephone); strong organizational skills; ability to multi-task; ability to work within a team as well as independently, prioritize work effectively and ...
Seeking a Senior Corporate Counsel for a large corporation located in the Metro Phoenix area. Must have a strong commercial/retail real estate background including experience drafting and negotiating real estate leases, amendments and renewals, estoppels and subordination agreements; oversee lease administration; advise on development, construction, and facilities matters; handle landlord/tenant issues and other real estate matters.
This position includes managing real estate matters, drafting, ...
Position in Phoenix Arizona: Litigation Support Services Project Manager.
Qualified applicant will have significant experience in:
Project managing legal document review projects including project scoping (projecting budget, staffing needs, and duration)
Managing staff, performing quality control, culling data and performing early case assessment, preparing production logs, and overseeing redaction and privilege log development projects.
Candidate must have significant recent experience ...
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