Legal Assistant, Paralegal

Company Name:
Jean Kripton Inc.
Responsible for providing administrative, paralegal, clerical and secretarial support, including all duties and tasks assigned by the Legal Department including corporate governance and patent / IP.

Prepares documents using Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Does SEC 8-K filings using EDGAR, the SEC-mandated electronic filing format. Copies, scans, faxes and files documents. Maintains filing system and creates and locates files as needed. Coordinates travel arrangements. Assesses office supply needs; orders supplies when necessary. Maintains law library and legal department subscriptions.

Essential experience required for this position (supervisory, accounting, computer, project management, etc.):

High School Diploma, thorough knowledge of standard office procedures and excellent computer skills including proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and in the use of EDGAR, for filing documents with the SEC, is required.
Additional business and/or secretarial education beyond High School helpful but not required.

Logs and files Confidential Disclosure Agreements and invoices for on-going legal matters. Maintains log of Company's leased facilities, with lease expiration dates and other information. Assists in preparing a wide variety of legal documents. Performs legal research and complies data. Prepares drafts of contracts and maintains filing of executed agreements.
Makes necessary hotel, restaurant, transportation and meeting room reservations and arrangements. Assists in planning Board meeting logistics and in coordinating travel schedules of internal and external personnel. Assists in the compilation of Board and Committee materials including notices, proxies, agendas, ballots, etc.. Helps produce meeting minutes. Maintains files. Generates reports regarding Directors' fees and expenses and processes monthly payments.

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