Highly-respected national law firm is seeking a Corporate/Securities Paralegal with 2-3 years of experience. The ideal candidate will have securities knowledge and be able to work autonomously in a fast-paced practice group.
Duties & Responsibilities Include:
- Assist with registrations and disclosures pertaining to companies issuing securities.
- Prepare and file documents in accordance with state securities regulations (Blue Sky Laws).
- Communicate with state administrators/securities examiners to resolve any issues.
- Assist with drafting agreements, certificates, and operative documents relating to offerings.
- Prepare and file documents for corporate formations.
- Put together closing documents/binders for corporate transactions.
- Assist with due diligence reviews and research state regulations and corporate laws relating to public and private offerings.
- Corporate client maintenance, including maintaining corporate records, stock and option administration.
- 2+ years of experience as a corporate paralegal (law firm or in-house).
- Bachelor's degree, paralegal certificate, or equivalent experience.
- Knowledge of securities and corporate law required. Familiarity with Blue Sky laws is a plus.
- Experience with equity management software is a plus (e.g. Carta, ShareWorks).
Offering a competitive base salary and comprehensive employee benefits, including health, dental, vision, short & long term disability, life insurance, 401k, paid vacation days, paid holidays, paid sick leave, and a discretionary annual bonus!
If you are interested in this Corporate Paralegal job in Denver, please apply! Email your resume [Click Here to Email Your Resumé] for immediate consideration.
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