Responsible for the development, negotiation and drafting of moderately complex commercial contracts and amendments between client and its customers; manages the contracting process within Client; develops reporting tools and measurements; creates and updates proactive tools for CCM including templates and databases. Six month contract position, could turn into a full time role for the right candidate.
Estate planning associate with 3-5 years drafting and solid estate planning knowledge.
JOB SUMMARY: Provides legal representation for clients in complex and/or high-risk matters. Reviews and evaluates assigned cases. Prepares and tries cases in all courts and agencies. Communicates with Claims and clients. Provides related legal advice and services Fosters and develops relationships with Claims. Assists in mentoring of other trial attorneys and paralegals.JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Leads, works directly on or provides subject matter expertise on significant, high-risk and/or complex legal matters, representing clients in trials or hearings before all courts or agencies, including appeals and arbitrations.2. May be specialized in one or more areas of law or lines of business. May handle cases at an appellate level or in Federal Court.3. Reviews and evaluates cases and lawsuits. Maintains billable hour requirement.4. Prepares and tries cases of high complexity and exposure in all courts and agencies. Cases may involve toxic substances, extensive injuries, extensive permanent injuries that may include future surgeries. Cases may involve inflammatory factors (DUI, death of a child).5. Works with client and Claims to establish, communicates and implements Litigation Plan. Keeps client and Claims fully informed.6. Obtains meaningful discovery, takes depositions, and participates in motions practice as warranted.7. Recognizes, participates and promotes settlement opportunities. Negotiates as authorized, with settlement values requiring Director level or home office involvement.8. Demonstrated proficiency interpreting Insurance contracts and coverage issues.9. Assists with audits within Trial Division (national audit and/or KPI). Follows established NTD Best Practices Guidelines.10. Provides leadership within the office. Conducts training for Claims and intra-office; mentors less experienced attorneys.11. Fosters and develops relationship with Claims. Has significant contact with Claims management. Assists with business development and retention.12. Performs other related duties as assigned.JOB REQUIREMENTS: Education: JD degree or equivalent. Designations: Currently licensed as an attorney in an appropriate U.S. jurisdiction.Experience: Typically has in excess of ten years of relevant civil litigation, trial experience and/or agency hearing representation experience, as well as substantial jury trial experience as lead counsel. A skilled attorney in an area of law relevant to insurance practice.Knowledge: Has significant expertise in a specialized area of law. Engages in complex legal practices and procedures. Considered a subject matter expert within his or her area of legal expertise. Possesses strong leadership skills. Engages in complex legal practices and proceduresSkills/ Competencies: Excellent written and verbal communications skills. Significant negotiation skills. Ability to process information efficiently and effectively. Excellent analytical and legal skills. Resourceful, creative thinker. Computer savvy with a working knowledge of basic software and use of same. Good time management and organization skills. Has significant contact with all levels of management. Ability to initiate, organize and coordinate complex projects and cases. Leadership skills used in direct and/or indirect influencing such as team building, motivating, influencing and problem solving. Credit Check: Due to the fiduciary accountabilities of this job, a valid credit check and background which will be required as part of the selection process.
The Human Resources Assistant performs human resources-related duties at the professional level and may carry out responsibilities in some or all of the following functional areas: employee relations, employment, onboarding, unemployment documentation, employment verification, and benefits. Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to: onboarding of new employees, maintain and update human resource files, records and documentation, answer applicant and employee questions regarding standard policies, benefits, hiring processes, assist employees with minor IT issues, run and review reports for employees and/or clients, complete unemployment documentation, and complete employment verification. Qualifications: Associate degree in an HR related field from an accredited college/university is required, a Bachelor degree is preferred. One year of prior office administrative experience, strong PC skills, ability to learn ATS and Payroll system, self motivated, detail oriented, ability to maintain confidentiality, knowledge of federal, state and local employment laws. Hours: M-F from 9am - 12pm.
Corporate Associate with at least three years of transactional experience needed for a boutique firm with a big firm practice. Large law firm experience preferred. Ideal candidate will have experience in some of the following areas of law: Debt & Equity Financing, Joint Ventures, Management & Other Leveraged Buy-Outs, Mergers, Acquisitions & Dispositions, Private Placements, Restructurings & Reorganizations, Strategic Alliances, Stock & Asset Sales & Purchases, Venture Capital Financings. Excellent work life balance, competitive benefits, high caliber work. Submit your resume for immediate consideration.
Intellectual Property Legal Assistant needed for distinguished law firm, working in their downtown Indianapolis office.
Qualified candidate must have 2 plus years experience working in IP, and a strong knowledge of the patent process.