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Collabera

Attorney Editor

Collabera, Ohio, Illinois, United States, 61349


Established in 1991, Collabera has been a leader in IT staffing for over 22 years and is one of the largest diversity IT staffing firms in the industry. As a half a billion dollar IT company, with more than 9,000 professionals across 30+ offices, Collabera offers comprehensive, cost-effective IT staffing & IT Services. We provide services to Fortune 500 and mid-size companies to meet their talent needs with high quality IT resources through Staff Augmentation, Global Talent Management, Value Added Services through CLASS (Competency Leveraged Advanced Staffing & Solutions) Permanent Placement Services and Vendor Management Programs.Collabera recognizes true potential of human capital and provides people the right opportunities for growth and professional excellence. Collabera offers a full range of benefits to its employees including paid vacations, holidays, personal days, Medical, Dental and Vision insurance, 401K retirement savings plan, Life Insurance, Disability Insurance.Job Description

//// WORK FROM HOME ////Industry Practical Law (now Thomson Reuters)Work Location Work from home office (100% remote)Job Title Business State Specialist – Attorney (Ohio)Duration 3+ monthsResponsibilities:• Client is looking for temporary business State Specialist contractors to work on documents to publish with our online services. Each State Specialist contractor will:• Research, write, edit, and update state-specific business organizations and corporate transactional resources in accordance with Client writing style, including practice notes, checklists and standard documents explaining how to form corporate entities under state law, including guidance related to formation, governance and mergers or acquisitions for use by attorneys at law firms and in-house counsel.• Answer questions and perform research on discrete state law issues that arise in Client’s final review of these resources.• At least six years’ experience working as a corporate transactional attorney in a law firm or as in-house counsel in the specified jurisdiction.• Ability to distill relevant market practice and perform complex legal analysis.• Enthusiasm and ambition, with a desire to improve the efficiency of legal services.• A good understanding of the needs and priorities of law firm attorneys, in-house counsel and the legal market in general.• Strong communication skills and ability to collaborate effectively with remote colleagues.• Strong work ethic and ability to meet aggressive production deadlines.• A passion for writing and good editing skills, including:• Very close attention to detail and organization;• Impressive command of grammar, punctuation, and plain English; and• The ability to write about complex legal issues clearly and simply.• The ability to be self-sufficient within a paperless environment, including proficiency navigating workplace intranets, using MS Office suite, and learning in-house publishing systems without administrative staff support.Requirements:• J.D. degree from an American Bar Association accredited law school.• Bar admitted in Ohio.• Ideal candidates will also have the following attributes:• Familiarity with a variety of business entities including corporations, LLCs and LPs.• M&A and related transactional experience.• Experience drafting and negotiating commercial agreements.• Recent experience using Westlaw Next for legal research.• Strong academic credentials, including high class rank or academic honors in law school.Additional Information

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