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The UL law department seeks, a highly organized, detail-oriented paralegal, with excellent communication and interpersonal skills. The paralegal will frequently interact with internal and external counsel, executive management, tax, treasury, vendors, government employees, business unit leaders, staff and colleagues in approximately 40 countries. Under the supervision of an attorney and paralegal manager, the paralegal will support internal and external counsel, with a broad range of foreign and domestic corporate governance matters, entity formations, divestitures, withdrawals, consolidations and liquidations, maintenance of hard copy and electronic corporate minute books, commercial transactions, contracts, inter-company agreements, non-disclosure agreements, mergers and acquisition, immigration/visa applications, and special projects as needed.
Create and maintain minute books for foreign and domestic entities. Actively monitor and update hCue, UL’s electronic entity management software to ensure real time information.
Paralegal Certificate from ABA accredited program Minimum, 5 years’ experience at a mid-size/large law firm or an internal Corporate Legal Department. Computer skills: Microsoft Office Suite 2016, Adobe, hCue entity management software and other related software as appropriate.