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Docket Assistant

Salt Lake City, UT

Armstrong Teasdale is seeking an Intellectual Property (IP) Docket Assistant to join its St. Louis office. The IP Docket Assistant manages the docket system to track deadlines and mitigate malpractice. This role may support U.S. or foreign docketing processes and may support Litigation or Intellectual Property.

Essential Functions: Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

  • Process and docket incoming mail, both electronic and physical
  • Scan, save and process all incoming email, mail and priority documents and distribute correspondence to the appropriate paralegal
  • Save documents and attachments to the in-house electronic filing system per the client naming conventions
  • Upload documents to client specific docketing systems and portals
  • Run ‘Due Date Status Reports’ and distribute to attorneys to ensure deadlines are met
  • Process and docket e-mail requests from attorneys, secretaries, and others
  • Update docketing system when a matter has been closed, circulate docket sheets and pull hard copy file for circulation
  • May perform conflict checks, draft engagement letters in connection with file opening, and complete the file opening process
  • May save and process invoices per designated guidelines for approval and payment
  • May correspond with the USPTO or Secretary of State to ensure certifications required for legalizations and forward documents to foreign associates to complete filing requirements
  • May notify the client of publication of various countries of Hong Kong registration and update the docketing system accordingly
  • May run reports of corresponding details for status of all foreign files, assemble chart and forward to foreign associate and update the docketing system accordingly
  • May download and save pleadings to the firm’s internal document management system / case docket and circulate to the case team
  • May upload documents to client specific docketing systems and portals
  • May correspond with foreign associate as needed

Competencies:

  • Decision Making – Is aware of issues and asks questions when issues arise; completes day-to-day tasks with team
  • Communication – Effectively communicates through written and verbal forms; shares information when asked and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality
  • Leadership – Gives positive feedback to others; is developing skills to mentor others; asks questions; is assigned work; and focuses on day-to-day tasks
  • Continuous Learning – Attends required training; accepts planned change willingly
  • Teamwork – Works as a member of the team, and understands the goals of the team; understands that team members' needs, ideas and solutions vary
  • Alignment to Values – Is aware of the Firm's values and consistently demonstrates them; is aware of the meaning/strategic goal of the Firm's Diversity and Inclusion values; has a deep understanding of one's own core functions

Required Education: High school diploma or equivalent

Preferred Education: N/A

Required Licenses and/or Certifications: N/A

Preferred Experience: 1-2 years legal office experience

Supervisory Responsibilities: N/A

Physical Activity: The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer   

Travel Required: N/A

Other Duties: Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

EEO Statement: Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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IP Litigation Paralegal

St. Louis, MO

Armstrong Teasdale is seeking an Intellectual Property Litigation Paralegal to join its St. Louis office. The Intellectual Property Litigation Paralegal supports attorneys throughout all legal processes including depositions, trial preparation and trial execution. This position is expected to meet or exceed a billable hour model.

Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

  • Assists attorneys in research, drafting, and revision of discovery, motions, judgments and dismissals
  • Attends trials and assists in witness lists
  • Prepares, executes and downloads court filings including electronic filings, Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) and state filings, and court pleadings
  • Maintains compliance deadlines through docketing administration
  • Draft client correspondence for attorneys
  • Conducts legal research, compiles and organizes materials in order to prepare for depositions, hearings and trials
  • May prepare discovery production, schedule depositions, and check case citations
  • May obtain records and work with experts in all areas of litigation
  • May serve as a point of contact for clients and may interpret data for clients and team

Competencies:

  • Decision Making – Makes decisions quickly and potentially with limited information; structures and coordinates personal and team priorities
  • Communication – Shares information by using data and information to support an argument or point of view; keeps team informed about progress and problems; avoids surprises; and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality required
  • Leadership – Gives positive and constructive feedback to peers; trains new employees; finds solutions to a problem; works autonomously; and is motivated to anticipate future business needs
  • Continuous Learning – Identifies self-training needs and opportunities; positively accepts changes
  • Teamwork – Actively participates in the team and can provide feedback and solutions; listens and responds constructively to others' concerns
  • Alignment to Values - Consistently demonstrates the Firm's values and offers constructive feedback to team members regarding the values; strives to learn more and participate in diversity and inclusion efforts; demonstrates respect by understanding and providing support

Required Education:  High school diploma or equivalent

Preferred Education: Associate’s degree in paralegal studies

Required Licenses and/or Certifications:  Paralegal certificate or degree

Required Experience: 2 years in legal industry or equivalent transferrable skills from industries such as insurance, government, regulatory/compliance administration; skilled in Microsoft Office

Preferred Experience: 3-5 years as a Litigation Paralegal

Supervisory Responsibilities:  Indirect

Physical Activity:  The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer.   

Travel Required:  5%

Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

EEO Statement:  Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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Conflicts Specialist

St. Louis, MO

Armstrong Teasdale is seeking a Conflicts Specialist to join its team. The Conflicts Specialist will primarily be responsible for various aspects of conflicts searches and analysis for new potential clients and new matters, and other aspects of business acceptance. The Conflicts Specialist will assist with projects related to conflicts of interest, loss prevention, and credit worthiness.

Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

  • Conducts conflicts searches in Firm’s conflicts database and reviews resulting reports
  • Produces summaries and reports of potential conflicts
  • Assists attorneys and staff with review of potential conflicts
  • Serves as a resource for conflicts resolution by actively maintaining the conflicts database and consulting with Business Acceptance Counsel and Conflicts Committee
  • Coordinates conflicts analysis of potential lateral attorney hires
  • Ensures firm procedures are followed before new clients and matters are opened
  • Researches potential clients to ensure credit worthiness and evaluate risk
  • Assists with other projects and tasks as assigned

Competencies:

  • Decision Making – Identifies issues and provides suggestions to day-to-day problems; prioritizes and effectively completes daily tasks
  • Communication – Shares information by using data and information to support an argument or point of view; keeps team informed about progress and problems; avoids surprises; and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality required
  • Leadership – Gives positive and constructive feedback to peers; trains new employees; finds solutions to a problem; works autonomously; and is motivated to anticipate future business needs
  • Continuous Learning – Identifies self-training needs and opportunities; Positively accepts changes
  • Teamwork – Actively participates in the team and can provide feedback and solutions; listens and responds constructively to others' concerns
  • Alignment to Values – Consistently demonstrates the Firm’s values and offers constructive feedback to team members regarding the values

Required Education: Associate’s degree

Preferred Education: Paralegal certificate or Bachelor’s degree

Required Licenses and/or Certifications: N/A

Required Experience: Experience with general office applications such as Microsoft Office 

Preferred Experience: 1+ years of experience in a legal internship, research role, or corporate office environment

Supervisory Responsibilities: N/A

Physical Activity: The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer

Travel Required: N/A

Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

EEO Statement:  Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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Partner - Corporate Services

Kansas City, MO; St. Louis, MO

Armstrong Teasdale is seeking a transactional partner with 8+ years of experience handling the structuring, financing and completion of acquisitions, mergers, divestitures, joint ventures and partnerships and other commercial and financial transactions. The ideal candidate will have strong law firm experience and communication skills and will align with the firm’s collaborative and entrepreneurial culture. 

Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

  1. Engages in pre-transaction planning, due diligence, deal and information management, preparation and negotiation of purchase and other transaction agreements, closings, post-closing matters, and business integration;
  2. Leads transactions involving equity and assets, mergers, venture capital, private equity and bank financings, joint ventures, and corporate consolidations, reorganizations and restructurings;
  3. Advises on key corporate governance, strategic and fiduciary duty issues;
  4. Manages communications with the client, client advisors and opposing counsel from the time of initial contact through closing; and
  5. Implements strong project management and team building skills to better ensure the accomplishment of the client’s objectives in a manner that is time and cost efficient.

Education: Juris Doctorate

Licenses and/or Certifications:  N/A

Education:  N/A

Years of Experience: 8+ years’ relevant experience in M&A; substantial experience in drafting, reviewing and negotiating sophisticated M&A documents

Preferred Years of Experience: Knowledge of market terms for the above corporate transactions in a broad cross-section of industries

Supervisory Responsibilities: Indirect

Activity:  The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer   

Travel Required: N/A

Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

EEO Statement:  Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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Employment Solicitor

London, England

Armstrong Teasdale is seeking an experienced Employment Solicitor for its expanding London office.

About you

You will be joining us at a time of growth – both in the U.K. and the U.S. – and we are looking for the right person to grow with us.

You will have at two to seven years’ recent U.K. employment experience at a commercial law firm, and be motivated and able to exercise a high degree of self-management along with the ability to prioritise.

You will be a team player with a flexible approach to work; you should be confident, results-driven and pro-active.  Accuracy and attention to detail are essential, as are strong communication and negotiation skills.

You will have a current England and Wales practising certificate (or the entitlement to obtain one) and a minimum 2:1 degree (preferably in law).

Additional language skills would be desirable.

About the role

You will be tasked with delivering high quality, profitable legal support to Armstrong Teasdale clients, as well as supporting other departments when employment issues arise.

You will be expected to run your own files and develop strong relationships with clients.

Active contribution to business development and marketing initiatives is expected, along with supporting the career progression of junior and/or trainee solicitors.

We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons.

Due to the volume of applications, we regret that we are only able to reply to successful candidates.

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For more information: Please email [email protected]

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Associate - Corporate Services

Kansas City, MO; St. Louis, MO

Armstrong Teasdale is seeking an exceptional mid to upper-level transactional associate (4+ years experience) to represent Armstrong Teasdale clients in acquisitions, mergers, divestitures, joint ventures and partnerships and other commercial and financial transactions. The ideal candidate will have strong law firm experience and communication skills and will align with the firm’s collaborative and entrepreneurial culture. 

Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

  1. Engages in pre-transaction planning, due diligence, deal and information management, preparation and negotiation of purchase and other transaction agreements, closings, post-closing matters, and business integration;
  2. Assists with transactions involving equity and assets, mergers, venture capital, private equity and bank financings, joint ventures, and corporate consolidations, reorganizations and restructurings;
  3. Advises on key corporate governance, strategic and fiduciary duty issues;
  4. Manages communications with the client, client advisors and opposing counsel from the time of initial contact through closing; and
  5. Implements strong project management and team building skills to better ensure the accomplishment of the client’s objectives in a manner that is time and cost efficient.

Education:  Juris Doctorate

Licenses and/or Certifications:  N/A

Education:  N/A

Years of Experience:  4+ years’ relevant experience in M&A; substantial experience in drafting, reviewing and negotiating sophisticated M&A documents

Preferred Years of Experience: Knowledge of market terms for the above corporate transactions in a broad cross-section of industries

Supervisory Responsibilities: N/A

Activity:  The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer   

Travel Required: N/A

Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

EEO Statement:  Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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Litigation and Trial Presentation Specialist

St. Louis, MO

Armstrong Teasdale is seeking a Litigation Support and Trial Presentation Specialist to join its St. Louis office. The Litigation Support and Trail Presentation Specialist is responsible for providing litigation technology support to the Firm.  The Specialist works closely with the litigation attorneys in preparing for trail and in presenting materials in the courtroom. The Specialist works with E-Discovery support services to maintain databases that provide support to the Firm for all E-Discovery projects.

Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

  • Provides pre-trial and courtroom trial support including exhibit preparation, and conducting hot seat operation activities during trial, arbitrations, mediations, hearings, jury research and client meetings;
  • Works effectively with the trial team, including expert witnesses, to develop and execute plans for trial or hearings using a courtroom presentation system;
  • Advises attorneys on the effectiveness of certain exhibits or sequences of exhibits;
  • Responsible for the smooth operation of the presentation system in the courtroom;
  • Digitizes audio and video clips; synchronizes clips with written transcripts and some basic graphic creation.

Competencies:

  • Decision Making – Identifies issues and provides suggestions to day-to-day problems; prioritizes and effectively completes daily tasks
  • Communication - Communicates in a clear, concise and organized manner; and prevents miscommunication by clarifying difficult concepts and ensures understanding by others; knows appropriate amount of information to share with various parties, ensures regular and consistent information is shared; and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality
  • Leadership – Gives positive and constructive feedback to peers; finds solutions to a problem; works autonomously; and is motivated to anticipate future business needs
  • Continuous Learning – Identifies self-training needs and opportunities; positively accepts changes
  • Teamwork – Actively participates in the team and can provide feedback and solutions; listens and responds constructively to others’ concerns
  • Alignment to Values – Consistently demonstrates the Firm’s values and offers constructive feedback to team members regarding the values

Required Education: High school diploma or equivalent

Preferred Education: Bachelor’s degree

Required Licenses and/or Certifications: N/A

Required Experience: Law firm environment; Trial Director or similar software knowledge; AV equipment, tablets, mobile device and Adobe Product knowledge

Preferred Experience: Litigation technology and eDiscovery support experience, knowledge of MS OS, Mac OS and related software

Supervisory Responsibilities: N/A

Physical Activity:  The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer, lift and transport basic A/V equipment and cables to and from job sites when needed.

Travel Required:  Infrequently to court

Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

EEO Statement:  Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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E-Discovery Project Manager

St. Louis, MO

Armstrong Teasdale is seeking a E-Discovery Project Manager to join its St. Louis office. The E-Discovery Project Manager is responsible for providing litigation technology support to the Firm. Overseeing Electronically Stored Information (ESI) best practices and compliance, the Project Manager is a vital member of the team. The Project Manager will work closely with litigation attorneys in supporting them through all E-Discovery projects.

Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

  • Administers eDiscovery Software and support attorney’s, paralegal’s and client use;
  • Create and maintain databases and establish workflow to support efficient document reviews and respond to the needs of department management, legal teams, or clients;
  • Works to accurately and efficiently ensure the timely flow and on-line availability of document and electronic evidence collections, as well as the quality of database content and associated document images on all matters throughout the region;
  • Manipulates data load files between litigation review platforms to assure quality and cost efficiency of document review projects and document management;
  • Coordinate and provide consultation to all offices concerning ESI for collections, processing, review and document production understand key concepts of electronic discovery and EDRM model;
  • Assists and coordinates document production where needed and Retrieves and manipulates data within SQL or MS Access;
  • Trains and advises legal teams on the application and efficient use of technology; uses expertise and hands on experience with E-Discovery tools to provide technical solutions for managing data.

Competencies:

  • Decision Making – Identifies issues and provides suggestions to day-to-day problems; prioritizes and effectively completes daily tasks
  • Communication - Communicates in a clear, concise and organized manner; and prevents miscommunication by clarifying difficult concepts and ensures understanding by others; knows appropriate amount of information to share with various parties, ensures regular and consistent information is shared; and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality
  • Leadership – Gives positive and constructive feedback to peers; finds solutions to a problem; works autonomously; and is motivated to anticipate future business needs
  • Continuous Learning – Identifies self-training needs and opportunities; positively accepts changes
  • Teamwork – Actively participates in the team and can provide feedback and solutions; listens and responds constructively to others’ concerns
  • Alignment to Values – Consistently demonstrates the Firm’s values and offers constructive feedback to team members regarding the values

Required Education: Bachelor’s Degree

Preferred Education: n/a

Licenses and/or Certifications: iConect Review Certification

Required Experience: Full cycle litigation experience

Preferred Experience: Litigation technology support experience; knowledge of MS OS, Mac OS and related software

Responsibilities: N/A

Activity: The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer.   

Travel Required:  N/A

Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

EEO Statement:  Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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A/R & A/P Specialist

St. Louis, MO

Armstrong Teasdale LLP is seeking an A/R & A/P Specialist to join its St. Louis office. The A/R & A/P Specialist specializes in cash applications, records client payments in appropriate accounts, identifies and resolves payment discrepancies and answers client inquiries as needed.

Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

  • Enters all cash for the Operating Accounts and Trust Accounts
  • Prepares daily deposit register for the Operating Account (Including ACHs, Wires, Credit Card, Live Checks), identifying payments over $5,000.00
  • Downloads nightly lockbox activity, prints check copies and scans into ExpertImage
  • Processes cash receipt cancellations and credit reversals
  • Handles write-offs-payments received on bills with write-off
  • Researches Discounts on various Ebilling websites
  • Separates cash receipts into batches for problems to be researched by
  • Reconciles Operating Account daily totals to cash management schedule

Competencies:

  • Decision Making – Is aware of issues and asks questions when issues arise; completes day-to-day tasks with team
  • Communication – Effectively communicates through written and verbal forms; shares information when asked and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality
  • Leadership – Gives positive feedback to others; develops skills to mentor others; asks questions; timely completes assigned work; focuses on day-to-day tasks; understands & works to meet periodic deadlines  
  • Continuous Learning – Attends required training; accepts change willingly
  • Teamwork – Works as a member of the team and understands the goals of the team; understands that team members' needs, ideas and solutions vary
  • Alignment to Values – Is aware of the Firm's values and consistently demonstrates them; is aware of the meaning/strategic goal of the Firm's Diversity and Inclusion values; has a deep understanding of one's own core functions

Required Education:  High school diploma or equivalent

Preferred Education: Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance or business

Required Licenses and/or Certifications:  N/A

Required Experience: 1-2 years of cash receipt experience with knowledge of Outlook, Excel and Word

Preferred Experience: Knowledge of Aderant and Filesite

Supervisory Responsibilities:  N/A

Physical Activity:  The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer  

Travel Required:  N/A

Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

EEO Statement:  Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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Litigation Legal Assistant

Denver, CO

Armstrong Teasdale is seeking a Litigation Legal Assistant to join its Denver office. The Litigation Legal Assistant provides administrative assistance to all litigation timekeepers. This individual works within a team environment to ensure uninterrupted workflow in service.

Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

  • Draft, review and proofread all documents and correspondence produced, check for proper formatting, spelling and grammatical errors, as well as ensuring that all signature pages, attachments, exhibits or enclosures are accurate and complete before distribution
  • Execute electronic court filings and download court pleadings
  • Maintain client files (both paper and electronic), organize and file documents in designated order, and complete electronic scanning
  • Conduct accounting tasks, including processing expenses, reimbursements, invoices, pre-bills, and entering time into the Firm’s time and billing system, reviewing of billing statements, and editing same for preparation of final billing
  • Support trial preparation to include maintaining and tracking case chronology
  • Manage upkeep of multiple calendars and scheduling systems
  • Perform digital transcription tasks
  • May assist in preparing discovery production and schedule depositions
  • Perform conflict checks, draft engagement letters in connection with file opening, and complete the file opening process
  • Coordinate and make travel arrangements
  • Effectively track and manage CLE reporting
  • Effectively communicate information and updates on projects with clients and timekeepers

Competencies:

  • Decision Making – Identifies issues and provides suggestions to day-to-day problems; prioritizes and effectively completes daily tasks
  • Communication – Effectively communicates through written and verbal forms; shares information when asked and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality
  • Leadership – Gives positive feedback to others. Is developing skills to mentor others; asks questions; is assigned work; and focuses on day-to-day tasks
  • Continuous Learning – attends required training; accepts planned change willingly
  • Teamwork – Actively participates in the team and can provide feedback and solutions; listens and responds constructively to others' concerns
  • Alignment to Values – Is aware of the Firm's values and consistently demonstrates them; is aware of the meaning/strategic goal of the Firm's D&I values; has a deep understanding of one's own core functions

Required Education:  High School Diploma or equivalent

Required Licenses and/or Certifications:  N/A

Required Experience: 2-4 years office experience including MS Office Suite 

Preferred Experience: Legal office experience including general knowledge of litigation practices and electronic court filings

Supervisory Responsibilities:  N/A

Physical Activity:  The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer

Travel Required:  N/A

Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

EEO Statement:  Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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Finance and Real Estate Paralegal

Kansas City, MO

Armstrong Teasdale LLP is seeking a Finance and Real Estate Paralegal to join its Kansas City office. The Financial and Real Estate Paralegal supports attorneys throughout all legal processes including hearings and depositions. Areas of focus could include all aspects of commercial real estate transactions and litigation matters. This position is expected to meet or exceed a billable hour model.

Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

  • Assists with the drafting and review of special tax district documents, financial statements, deeds and other property documents for recording
  • Reviews legal bankruptcy documentations in preparation for hearings and depositions
  • Monitors compliance with deadlines for filing of required periodic reports with court and trustee
  • Assists attorneys in researching, drafting, and revision of bond issue documents
  • Prepares and executes court filings including filing Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) financing statements
  • Supports attorneys in closing transactions, such as preparing checklists and collecting and organizing supporting documentation
  • Serves as a key point of contact for clients and interprets data for clients
  • Conducts legal research in order to prepare depositions, hearings and legal arrangements 

Competencies:

  • Decision Making – Makes decisions quickly and potentially with limited information; structures and coordinates personal and team priorities
  • Communication – Shares information by using data and information to support an argument or point of view; keeps team informed about progress and problems; avoids surprises; and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality required
  • Leadership – Gives positive and constructive feedback to peers; trains new employees; finds solutions to a problem; works autonomously; and is motivated to anticipate future business needs
  • Continuous Learning – Identifies self-training needs and opportunities; positively accepts changes
  • Teamwork – Actively participates in the team and can provide feedback and solutions; listens and responds constructively to others' concerns
  • Alignment to Values - Consistently demonstrates the Firm's values and offers constructive feedback to team members regarding the values; strives to learn more and participate in diversity and inclusion efforts; demonstrates respect by understanding and providing support

Required Education:  High school diploma or equivalent

Preferred Education: Associate’s degree in paralegal studies

Required Licenses and/or Certifications:  Paralegal certificate or degree

Required Experience: 2 years in legal industry or equivalent transferrable skills from industries such as insurance, government, regulatory/compliance administration; skilled in Microsoft Office

Preferred Experience: 3-5 years as a paralegal in the Finance and Banking industries

Supervisory Responsibilities:  Indirect

Physical Activity:  The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer.   

Travel Required:  5%

Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

EEO Statement:  Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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Litigation Legal Assistant

St. Louis, MO

Armstrong Teasdale is seeking a Litigation Legal Assistant to join its St. Louis office. The Litigation Legal Assistant provides administrative assistance to all litigation timekeepers. This individual works within a team environment to ensure uninterrupted workflow in service.

Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

  1. Draft, review and proofread all documents and correspondence produced, check for proper formatting, spelling and grammatical errors, as well as ensuring that all signature pages, attachments, exhibits or enclosures are accurate and complete before distribution
  2. Execute electronic court filings and download court pleadings
  3. Maintain client files (both paper and electronic), organize and file documents in designated order, and complete electronic scanning
  4. Conduct accounting tasks, including processing expenses, reimbursements, invoices, pre-bills, and entering time into the Firm’s time and billing system, reviewing of billing statements, and editing same for preparation of final billing
  5. Support trial preparation to include maintaining and tracking case chronology
  6. Manage upkeep of multiple calendars and scheduling systems
  7. Perform digital transcription tasks
  8. May assist in preparing discovery production and schedule depositions
  9. Perform conflict checks, draft engagement letters in connection with file opening, and complete the file opening process
  10. Coordinate and make travel arrangements
  11. Effectively track and manage CLE reporting
  12. Effectively communicate information and updates on projects with clients and timekeepers

Competencies:

  • Decision Making – Identifies issues and provides suggestions to day-to-day problems; prioritizes and effectively completes daily tasks
  • Communication – Effectively communicates through written and verbal forms; shares information when asked and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality
  • Leadership – Gives positive feedback to others. Is developing skills to mentor others; asks questions; is assigned work; and focuses on day-to-day tasks
  • Continuous Learning – attends required training; accepts planned change willingly
  • Teamwork – Actively participates in the team and can provide feedback and solutions; listens and responds constructively to others' concerns
  • Alignment to Values – Is aware of the Firm's values and consistently demonstrates them; is aware of the meaning/strategic goal of the Firm's D&I values; has a deep understanding of one's own core functions

Required Education:  High School Diploma or equivalent

Required Licenses and/or Certifications:  N/A

Required Experience: 2-4 years office experience including MS Office Suite

Preferred Experience: Legal office experience including general knowledge of litigation practices and electronic court filings

Supervisory Responsibilities:  N/A

Physical Activity:  The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer.

Travel Required:  N/A

Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

EEO Statement:  Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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Administrative Assistant

Salt Lake City, UT

Armstrong Teasdale is seeking an Administrative Assistant to join its Salt Lake City office. The Administrative Assistant is tasked with supporting the Office Manager in the administration of day-to-day office operations and providing excellent customer service to all guests and personnel of Armstrong Teasdale.

Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

  • Oversees all reception duties including greeting guests and accommodating all guest needs; answering and directing phone calls; processing parking validations; tracking inventory of snacks, beverages, cleaning supplies, etc.; processing incoming and outgoing packages
  • Oversees and maintains the conference center, kitchen, file areas, and all common areas, including tracking inventory, ordering supplies, and restocking printers and supply cabinets
  • Serves as the AutomATe administrator for the office, schedules conference rooms, and supports all meeting coordination and videoconferencing set-up
  • Will be required to maintain a current notary commission and be available to notarize documents as requested
  • Handles various accounting tasks such as submitting reimbursement requests in AutomATe and follow up; check requests; may assist with credit card reconciliation
  • Assist with handling scanning of incoming mail; large mailing projects; printing envelopes and labels, certified mailings; and preparation of binders
  • Provides support to timekeepers and practice group legal assistants with time entry; preparation of expense reports and check requests; and general overflow clerical/legal work
  • May coordinate or assist with facilities requests, such as liaising with building landlord, scheduling visitors with building security; and submitting work orders to building management?
  • May support the Office Manager with office needs such as turning over workstations, maintaining floor plans and master office lists; providing support for events; assisting with scanning and copying projects; handling basic printer and copier maintenance; and supporting IT with help desk requests and maintaining the server room

Competencies:

  • Decision Making – Identifies issues and provides suggestions to day-to-day problems; prioritizes and effectively completes daily tasks
  • Communication – Effectively communicates through written and verbal forms; shares information when asked and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality
  • Leadership – Gives positive feedback to others. Is developing skills to mentor others; asks questions; is assigned work; and focuses on day-to-day tasks
  • Continuous Learning – attends required training; accepts planned change willingly
  • Teamwork – Actively participates in the team and can provide feedback and solutions; listens and responds constructively to others' concerns
  • Alignment to Values – Is aware of the Firm's values and consistently demonstrates them; is aware of the meaning/strategic goal of the Firm's D&I values; has a deep understanding of one's own core functions

Required Education:  High School Diploma or equivalent

Required Licenses and/or Certifications:  N/A

Preferred Experience: 1-2 years of customer service experience with strong knowledge of Microsoft Office and computers

Supervisory Responsibilities:  N/A

Physical Activity:  The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer; the employee must also have the ability to walk, stand and bend, as well as lift at least 10 pounds

Travel Required:  N/A

Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

EEO Statement:  Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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Intellectual Property (IP) Specialist

St. Louis, MO

Armstrong Teasdale is seeking an Intellectual Property (IP) Specialist to join its team. The Intellectual Property Specialist performs administrative duties within the Intellectual Property practice group.

Essential Functions: Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  1. Process and docket incoming mail, both physical and electronic
  2. Audit the process for transferred in files, ensuring that new matters are opened in Accounting, Records Management and docketing, manage proper filing of electronic and physical documents, as well as identify the chain of title so that power of attorney may be obtained
  3. Identify, prepare and file Assignments for Recordation, Updated ADSs and Power of Attorneys for transferred in matters
  4. Work with various staff, Records Management, Accounting and General Counsel to manage the transfer out process of matters
  5. Assist with creating, maintaining and updating USPTO customer numbers for arriving and departing attorneys, and assist with submitting USPTO sponsorship requests
  6. Assist with preparing Information Disclosure Requests

Competencies:

  • Decision Making – Identifies issues and provides suggestions to day-to-day problems; prioritizes and effectively completes daily tasks
  • Communication – Effectively communicates through written and verbal forms; shares information when asked and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality (f)
  • Leadership – Gives positive feedback to others; is developing skills to mentor others; asks questions; is assigned work; focuses on day-to-day tasks (F)
  • Continuous Learning – Attends required training; accepts planned change willingly (f)
  • Teamwork – Works as a member of the team and understands the goals of the team; understands that team members' needs, ideas and solutions vary (f)
  • Alignment to Values - Is aware of the Firm's values and consistently demonstrates them; is aware of the meaning/strategic goal of the Firm's Diversity and Inclusion values; has a deep understanding of one's own core functions

Required Education: Associate degree

Preferred Education: Paralegal certificate or Bachelor’s degree

Required Licenses and/or Certifications: N/A

Required Experience: 2-4 years legal office experience

Preferred Experience: 3-5 years legal office experience related to intellectual property

Supervisory Responsibilities: N/A

Physical Activity: The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer

Travel Required: N/A

Other Duties: Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

EEO Statement: Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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Litigation Paralegal

Kansas City, MO

Armstrong Teasdale is seeking a Litigation Paralegal to join its Kansas City office. The Litigation Paralegal supports attorneys throughout all legal processes including depositions, trial preparation and trial execution. Area of focus could be Litigation or Intellectual Property Litigation. This position is expected to meet or exceed a billable hour model.

Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

  • Assists attorneys in research, drafting, and revision of discovery, motions, judgments and dismissals
  • Attends trials and assists in witness lists
  • Prepares, executes and downloads court filings including electronic filings, Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) and state filings, and court pleadings
  • Maintains compliance deadlines through docketing administration
  • Draft client correspondence for attorneys
  • Conducts legal research, compiles and organizes materials in order to prepare for depositions, hearings and trials
  • May prepare discovery production, schedule depositions, and check case citations
  • May obtain records and work with experts in all areas of litigation
  • May serve as a point of contact for clients and may interpret data for clients and team

Competencies:

  • Decision Making – Makes decisions quickly and potentially with limited information; structures and coordinates personal and team priorities
  • Communication – Shares information by using data and information to support an argument or point of view; keeps team informed about progress and problems; avoids surprises; and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality required
  • Leadership – Gives positive and constructive feedback to peers; trains new employees; finds solutions to a problem; works autonomously; and is motivated to anticipate future business needs
  • Continuous Learning – Identifies self-training needs and opportunities; positively accepts changes
  • Teamwork – Actively participates in the team and can provide feedback and solutions; listens and responds constructively to others' concerns
  • Alignment to Values - Consistently demonstrates the Firm's values and offers constructive feedback to team members regarding the values; strives to learn more and participate in diversity and inclusion efforts; demonstrates respect by understanding and providing support

Required Education:  High school diploma or equivalent

Preferred Education: Associate’s degree in paralegal studies

Required Licenses and/or Certifications:  Paralegal certificate or degree

Required Experience: 2 years in legal industry or equivalent transferrable skills from industries such as insurance, government, regulatory/compliance administration; skilled in Microsoft Office

Preferred Experience: 3-5 years as a Litigation Paralegal

Supervisory Responsibilities:  Indirect

Physical Activity:  The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer.   

Travel Required:  5%

Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

EEO Statement:  Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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Special Events Coordinator

Boston, MA; Denver, CO; Kansas City, MO; Las Vegas, NV; New York, NY; Philadelphia, PA; Salt Lake City, UT; St. Louis, MO; Wilmington, DE

The Special Events Coordinator supports Armstrong Teasdale’s strategic goals of Firm Profile and Firm Operations through the planning and execution of all in person and virtual marketing and client relationship events across all offices in the firm. The duties and responsibilities of the firm’s Special Events Coordinator center on planning, budgeting implementing and executing client-facing and internal events of varying sizes and purposes

Essential Functions: Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  1. Handles planning, logistics and execution of all in person and virtual events, including facility/venue selection, making arrangements for audio/visual, food/beverage, entertainment, and coordinates the registration/greeting process, including name tags and signage
  2. Creates and produces invitations, handouts and presentation materials; assists with the Continuing Legal Education (CLE) accreditation process
  3. Provides onsite event support and coordinates necessary staffing
  4. Provides post-event feedback by tracking and following up with attendees, reviewing and analyzing evaluations, preparing expenditure reports and reviewing vendor performance
  5. Tracks and monitors success of all events and works with the Marketing Tech Analyst to ensure accurate reporting
  6. Maintains the master events calendar and keeps detailed records of all events
  7. Establishes and maintains relationships with vendors and venues
  8. Ensures all events remain within and under budget
  9. Plans for potential scenarios that could impact the integrity of the event
  10. Maintains a working knowledge of the complex needs of a wide variety of events

Competencies:

  • Decision Making – Identifies issues and provides suggestions to day-to-day problems; prioritizes and effectively completes daily tasks
  • Communication – Effectively communicates through written and verbal forms; shares information when asked and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality
  • Leadership – Gives positive feedback to others; is developing skills to mentor others; asks questions; is assigned work; focuses on day-to-day tasks
  • Continuous Learning – Attends required training; accepts planned change willingly
  • Teamwork – Works as a member of the team and understands the goals of the team; understands that team members’ needs, ideas and solutions vary
  • Alignment to Values - Is aware of the firm's values and consistently demonstrates them; is aware of the meaning/strategic goal of the firm’s Diversity and Inclusion values; has a deep understanding of one's own core functions

Education: High school diploma or equivalent

Education: Bachelor’s degree

Licenses and/or Certifications:  N/A

Required Experience: 1 year of experience in event planning, business development or marketing

Preferred Experience: 1+ years of event planning, business development or marketing experience

Responsibilities: N/A

Activity:  The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer; some physical lifting and bending; employee should be able to lift a minimum of five pounds

Travel Required: 10%

Other Duties: Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

EEO Statement: Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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Senior Litigation Legal Assistant

Kansas City, MO

Armstrong Teasdale is seeking a Senior Litigation Legal Assistant to join its Kansas City office. The Senior Litigation Legal Assistant provides complex administrative support within the Litigation practice group. This individual works within a team environment to ensure uninterrupted workflow in service.

Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

  • Execute electronic court filings and download court pleadings
  • May assist in preparing discovery production and schedule depositions
  • Support trial preparation to include maintaining and tracking case chronology
  • Manage upkeep of multiple calendars and scheduling systems, and communicate information and updates to timekeepers
  • Work with team in the preparation of correspondence and documents utilizing knowledge of litigation procedures
  • Give instruction to others, based on knowledge of Practice Group policies and procedures
  • Independently corresponds with clients
  • Draft, review and proofread all documents and correspondence produced, check for proper formatting, spelling and grammatical errors, as well as ensuring that all signature pages, attachments, exhibits or enclosures are accurate and complete before distribution
  • Maintain client files (both paper and electronic), organize and file documents in designated order, and complete electronic scanning
  • Conduct accounting tasks, including processing expenses, reimbursements, invoices, pre-bills, and entering time into the Firm’s time and billing system, reviewing of billing statements, and editing same for preparation of final billing
  • Perform conflict checks, draft engagement letters in connection with file opening, and complete the file opening process
  • Perform digital transcription tasks
  • Coordinate and make travel arrangements
  • Effectively track and manage CLE reporting

Competencies:

  • Decision Making – Identifies issues and provides suggestions to day-to-day problems; prioritizes and effectively completes daily tasks
  • Communication – Effectively communicates through written and verbal forms; shares information when asked and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality
  • Leadership – Gives positive feedback to others. Is developing skills to mentor others; asks questions; is assigned work; and focuses on day-to-day tasks
  • Continuous Learning – attends required training; accepts planned change willingly
  • Teamwork – Actively participates in the team and can provide feedback and solutions; listens and responds constructively to others' concerns
  • Alignment to Values – Is aware of the Firm's values and consistently demonstrates them; is aware of the meaning/strategic goal of the Firm's D&I values; has a deep understanding of one's own core functions

Required Education:  High School Diploma or equivalent

Required Licenses and/or Certifications:  N/A

Required Experience: 3-5 years of legal experience

Preferred Experience: 3-5 years of litigation legal experience and knowledge of electronic court filings

Supervisory Responsibilities:  N/A

Physical Activity:  The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer; the employee must also have the ability to walk, stand and bend, as well as lift at least 10 pounds

Travel Required:  N/A

Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

EEO Statement: Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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Experienced Legal Secretaries/EAs

London, England

Armstrong Teasdale is seeking bright and experienced legal secretary/EAs to join our Corporate and Commercial teams.

About the role

Working closely with your colleagues you will provide first-class administrative support within the department and across the Firm.

The roles involves some client contact and drafting of correspondence, as well as management of client matter opening and closing, and some compliance responsibilities.

These are rewarding and varied positions that will suit experienced and knowledgeable CoCo secretaries who are keen to take responsibility and add value to their department. 

We offer a good work-life balance, although occasional overtime will be required during the busier times.

About you

You will have excellent accuracy and attention to detail, and you will be able to demonstrate your experience in problem solving and the ability to think on your feet. 

You will be calm under pressure and able to prioritise your workload and that of your team, taking a flexible approach to managing shifting deadlines.

You will have:

  • At least three years’ recent legal secretary experience in private practice
  • Knowledge of document and practice management systems, including opening new matters and filing
  • A minimum typing speed of 65 words per minute with 98% accuracy
  • Excellent long-document and formatting skills with the ability to apply house styles
  • The ability to prepare completion bundles
  • Experience in Companies House filings
  • Advanced Word and Outlook, and Intermediate Excel and PowerPoint skills (preferably Office 365)
  • Excellent verbal and written (including spelling) communication skills; English at native speaker standard
  • Excellent timekeeping

We ask interested candidates to email [email protected], highlighting the role for which you wish to be considered and include a CV and outline of why you are interested in, and suitable for, the role.

We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons.

Due to the volume of applications, we regret that we are only able to reply to successful candidates.

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Learning & Organizational Development Consultant

Boston, MA; Denver, CO; Kansas City, MO; Las Vegas, NV; New York, NY; Philadelphia, PA; Salt Lake City, UT; St. Louis, MO

Armstrong Teasdale is seeking a Learning & Organization Development Consultant to join its team. This position partners with the Director of Organization Development to support all aspects of Organization Development across the firm, including organization design, assessment and coaching, performance development, assimilation and onboarding, talent management and succession planning, individual development, leadership development, team effectiveness and CLE management.  Responsible for providing proactive learning and organization development (OD) consultation that is directly connected to the immediate and long-term strategic priorities of the Firm. This position will partner with management and staff and/or attorneys to identify, design, implement and evaluate learning and development solutions and interventions that accelerate firm performance and deliver measurable results.

Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

  • Demonstrate intermediate skills in all phases of instructional design/delivery (ADDIE).  Partner with the Director of Organization Development and other leaders across the Firm to assess attorney and staff development and training needs, design and deliver solutions, implement learning and other interventions, and evaluate the effectiveness with metrics. 
  • Utilize intermediate facilitation skills to engage all types of adult learners across a variety of delivery formats and in-person, virtual or hybrid learning environments.
  • Use evaluation data to measure learning solution effectiveness and its impact on performance and to improve learning programs; continuously assess process improvement opportunities. 
  • Administer learning, talent, and performance technologies, including: build/manage online learning curriculums and development plans, track/report learning and performance records and respond to user inquiries related to learning solutions and assistance with technology.  Serve as a learning management and performance development system superuser, providing support for department administrators and system users as needed.
  • Support practice group learning teams in identification, development, and deployment of targeted CLE sessions to meet current development needs and practice specific learning paths.  Partner with CLE CORE team members to support CLE-eligible training and ensure accreditation requirements are met.
  • Work closely with key leaders to effectively facilitate the formal and informal evaluation processes throughout the year to ensure frequent, meaningful feedback; coordinate/attend check-in and evaluation meetings; document strengths and skill gaps to drive professional development and growth; reinforce real-time feedback practices; provide coaching on feedback messaging and delivery, as needed; support reporting processes related to performance development.
  • Demonstrate excellent attention to detail, organizational, and interpersonal skills to effectively interact with staff, attorneys, and leaders at all levels within the Firm, as well as the ability to listen well, take initiative and manage multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Demonstrate a strong orientation toward working collaboratively, with equal comfort working independently.

Competencies:

  • Decision Making – Identifies issues and provides suggestions to day-to-day problems; prioritizes and effectively completes daily tasks
  • Communication – Effectively communicates through written and verbal forms; shares information when asked and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality
  • Leadership – Gives positive feedback to others. Is developing skills to mentor others; asks questions; is assigned work; and focuses on day-to-day tasks
  • Continuous Learning – attends required training; accepts planned change willingly
  • Teamwork – Actively participates in the team and can provide feedback and solutions; listens and responds constructively to others' concerns
  • Alignment to Values – Is aware of the Firm's values and consistently demonstrates them; is aware of the meaning/strategic goal of the Firm's D&I values; has a deep understanding of one's own core functions

Required Education:  Bachelor’s Degree

Preferred Education:  Master’s degree in Organization Development, Psychology, Human Resources, or related field

Required Licenses and/or Certifications:  N/A

Preferred Licenses and/or Certifications:  Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach

Required Years of Experience:  2-5 years of learning and organizational development experience

Preferred Years of Experience:  5+ years of learning and organizational development experience; prior law firm experience strongly preferred; experience with CLE course accreditation and compliance considered a plus

Supervisory Responsibilities:  Indirect

Physical Activity:  The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer

Travel Required:  There will be 20% opportunity for domestic and international travel to our offices

Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

EEO Statement:  Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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Senior Legal Assistant

New York, NY

Armstrong Teasdale LLP is seeking a Senior Legal Assistant to join its New York office. The Senior Legal Assistant provides complex administrative support within the Corporate Services, Finance and Real Estate, and Litigation practice groups. This individual works within a team environment to ensure uninterrupted workflow in service.

Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

  • May prepare and file necessary corporate documents for annual filings, applications for federal employer identification numbers, foreign qualifications, dissolutions, and withdrawals
  • May file, review, and order UCC and other lien searches, and maintain entity minute books and entity ledgers
  • May review and organize due diligence and closing documents for transaction closings, prepare and distribute signature page packets, draft closing checklists, compile executed documents, prepare hard copy and electronic closing packages/binders, and track post-closing requirements
  • May be responsible for extensive review and edit of prebills/invoices for finalization and submission to the Bankruptcy Court Trustee, along with a finalized Armstrong Teasdale fee application
  • Act as liaison between attorneys and paralegals regarding managing and prioritizing calendars, workload, and deadlines
  • Give instruction to others, based on knowledge of Practice Group policies and procedures
  • Independently corresponds with clients
  • May execute electronic court filings and download court pleadings
  • May assist in preparing discovery production, schedule depositions, and trial preparation
  • Draft, review and proofread all documents and correspondence produced, check for proper formatting, spelling, and grammatical errors, as well as ensuring that all signature pages, attachments, exhibits or enclosures are accurate and complete before distribution
  • Maintain client files (both paper and electronic), organize and file documents in designated order, and complete electronic scanning
  • Conduct accounting tasks, including processing expenses, reimbursements, invoices, pre-bills, and entering time into the Firm’s time and billing system, reviewing of billing statements, and editing same for preparation of final billing
  • Perform conflict checks, draft engagement letters in connection with file opening, and complete the file opening process
  • Effectively track and manage CLE reporting

Competencies:

  • Decision Making – Identifies issues and provides suggestions to day-to-day problems; prioritizes and effectively completes daily tasks
  • Communication – Shares information by using data and information to support an argument or point of view; keeps team informed about progress and problems; avoids surprises; and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality required
  • Leadership – Gives positive and constructive feedback to peers; trains new employees; finds solutions to a problem; works autonomously; and is motivated to anticipate future business needs
  • Continuous Learning – Identifies self-training needs and opportunities; positively accepts changes
  • Teamwork – Actively participates in the team and can provide feedback and solutions; listens and responds constructively to others' concerns
  • Alignment to Values - Consistently demonstrates the Firm's values and offers constructive feedback to team members regarding the values; strives to learn more and participate in diversity and inclusion efforts; demonstrates respect by understanding and providing support

Required Education:  High school diploma or equivalent

Required Licenses and/or Certifications:  N/A

Required Experience:  3-5 years of legal experience

Preferred Experience:  3-5 years of business and/or corporate legal experience

Supervisory Responsibilities:  N/A

Physical Activity:  The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer.   

Travel Required:  N/A

Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

EEO Statement:  Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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Administrative Assistant

Philadelphia, PA

Armstrong Teasdale LLP is seeking an Administrative Assistant to join the firm. The Administrative Assistant is tasked with supporting the Office Manager in the administration of day-to-day office operations and providing excellent customer service to all guests and personnel of Armstrong Teasdale.

Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

  • Oversees all conference center and reception duties including greeting guests and accommodating all guest needs; answering and directing phone calls; processing parking validations; tracking inventory of snacks, beverages, cleaning supplies; may include processing incoming and outgoing packages
  • Serves as the AutomATe administrator for the office, schedules conference rooms, and supports all meeting coordination and videoconferencing set-up
  • Will be required to maintain a current notary commission and be available to notarize documents as requested
  • Handles various accounting tasks such as submitting reimbursement requests in AutomATe and follow up; check requests; may assist with credit card reconciliation
  • Assist with handling scanning of incoming mail; large mailing projects; printing envelopes and labels, certified mailings; and preparation of binders
  • Provides support to timekeepers and practice group legal assistants with time entry; preparation of expense reports and check requests; and general overflow clerical/legal work
  • May coordinate or assist with facilities requests, such as liaising with building landlord, scheduling visitors with building security; and submitting work orders to building management
  • May support the Office Manager with office needs such as turning over workstations, maintaining floor plans and master office lists; providing support for events; assisting with scanning and copying projects; handling basic printer and copier maintenance; and supporting IT with help desk requests and maintaining the server room

Competencies:

  • Decision Making – Identifies issues and provides suggestions to day-to-day problems; prioritizes and effectively completes daily tasks 
  • Communication – Effectively communicates through written and verbal forms; shares information when asked and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality
  • Leadership – Gives positive feedback to others. Is developing skills to mentor others; asks questions; is assigned work; and focuses on day-to-day tasks
  • Continuous Learning – attends required training; accepts planned change willingly
  • Teamwork – Actively participates in the team and can provide feedback and solutions; listens and responds constructively to others' concerns
  • Alignment to Values – Is aware of the Firm's values and consistently demonstrates them; is aware of the meaning/strategic goal of the Firm's D&I values; has a deep understanding of one's own core functions

Required Education:  High School Diploma or equivalent

Required Licenses and/or Certifications: N/A

Required Experience: 1 year of office experience

Preferred Experience: 1-2 years of office or customer service experience with strong knowledge of Microsoft Office and computers. Notary license preferred or ability to obtain after employment commences.

Supervisory Responsibilities:  N/A

Physical Activity:  The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer; the employee must also have the ability to walk, stand and bend, as well as lift at least 10 pounds.

Travel Required:  N/A

Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

EEO Statement:  Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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Legal Assistant

Denver, CO

Armstrong Teasdale LLP is seeking a Corporate Services Group Legal assistant to join its Denver office. The Corporate Services Legal Assistant provides administrative assistance to all corporate timekeepers. This individual works within a team environment to promote uninterrupted workflow in service.

Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

  • Review and proofread all documents and correspondence produced, check for proper formatting, spelling and grammatical errors, as well as ensuring that all signature pages, attachments, exhibits or enclosures are accurate and complete before distribution
  • Maintain client files (both paper and electronic), organize and file documents in designated order, and complete electronic scanning
  • Conduct accounting tasks, including processing expenses, reimbursements, invoices, pre-bills, and entering time into the Firm’s time and billing system, reviewing of billing statements, and editing same for preparation of final billing
  • Manage and prioritize calendars, workload and deadlines
  • Perform digital transcription tasks
  • Effectively communicate with clients
  • Perform conflict checks, draft engagement letters in connection with file opening, and complete the file opening process
  • Draft responses to audit letter requests on behalf of Firm clients and obtain and provide information to accountants
  • Coordinate and make travel arrangements
  • Effectively track and manage CLE reporting

Competencies:

  • Decision Making – Is aware of issues and asks questions when issues arise; completes day-to-day tasks with team
  • Communication – Effectively communicates through written and verbal forms; shares information when asked and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality
  • Leadership – Gives positive feedback to others; is developing skills to mentor others; asks questions; is assigned work; and focuses on day-to-day tasks
  • Continuous Learning – Attends required training; accepts planned change willingly
  • Teamwork – Works as a member of the team, and understands the goals of the team; understands that team members' needs, ideas and solutions vary
  • Alignment to Values – Is aware of the Firm's values and consistently demonstrates them; is aware of the meaning/strategic goal of the Firm's Diversity and Inclusion values; has a deep understanding of one's own core functions

Required Education:  High school diploma or equivalent

Required Licenses and/or Certifications:  N/A

Required Experience:  2-4 years office experience including MS Office Suite

Preferred Experience:  Legal office experience

Supervisory Responsibilities:  N/A

Physical Activity:  The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer.   

Travel Required:  N/A

Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

EEO Statement:  Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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IP Litigation Legal Assistant

St. Louis, MO

Armstrong Teasdale is seeking an IP Litigation Legal Assistant to join its St. Louis office. The IP Litigation Legal Assistant provides administrative assistance to all litigation timekeepers. This individual works within a team environment to ensure uninterrupted workflow in service. 

Essential Functions: Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

  • Draft, review and proofread all documents and correspondence produced, check for proper formatting, spelling and grammatical errors, as well as ensuring that all signature pages, attachments, exhibits or enclosures are accurate and complete before distribution
  • Execute electronic court filings and download court pleadings
  • Maintain client files (both paper and electronic), organize and file documents in designated order, and complete electronic scanning
  • Conduct accounting tasks, including processing expenses, reimbursements, invoices, pre-bills, and entering time into the Firm’s time and billing system, reviewing of billing statements, and editing same for preparation of final billing
  • Support trial preparation to include maintaining and tracking case chronology
  • Manage upkeep of multiple calendars and scheduling systems
  • Perform digital transcription tasks
  • May assist in preparing discovery production and schedule depositions
  • Perform conflict checks, draft engagement letters in connection with file opening, and complete the file opening process
  • Coordinate and make travel arrangements
  • Effectively track and manage CLE reporting
  • Effectively communicate information and updates on projects with clients and timekeepers

Competencies:

  • Decision Making – Is aware of issues and asks questions when issues arise; completes day-to-day tasks with team
  • Communication – Effectively communicates through written and verbal forms; shares information when asked and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality
  • Leadership – Gives positive feedback to others; is developing skills to mentor others; asks questions; is assigned work; and focuses on day-to-day tasks
  • Continuous Learning – Attends required training; accepts planned change willingly
  • Teamwork – Works as a member of the team, and understands the goals of the team; understands that team members' needs, ideas and solutions vary
  • Alignment to Values – Is aware of the Firm's values and consistently demonstrates them; is aware of the meaning/strategic goal of the Firm's Diversity and Inclusion values; has a deep understanding of one's own core functions

Required Education: High school diploma or equivalent

Required Licenses and/or Certifications: N/A

Required Experience: 2-4 years office experience including MS Office Suite

Preferred Experience: Legal office experience including general knowledge of litigation practices and electronic court filings

Supervisory Responsibilities: N/A

Physical Activity: The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer.   

Travel Required: N/A

Other Duties: Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

EEO Statement: Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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    Litigation Legal Assistant

    Salt Lake City, UT

    Armstrong Teasdale LLP is seeking a Litigation Legal Assistant to join its Salt Lake City office. The Litigation Legal Assistant provides administrative assistance to all litigation timekeepers. This individual works within a team environment to ensure uninterrupted workflow in service.

    Essential Functions: Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

    • Draft, review and proofread all documents and correspondence produced, check for proper formatting, spelling and grammatical errors, as well as ensuring that all signature pages, attachments, exhibits or enclosures are accurate and complete before distribution
    • Execute electronic court filings and download court pleadings
    • Maintain client files (both paper and electronic), organize and file documents in designated order, and complete electronic scanning
    • Conduct accounting tasks, including processing expenses, reimbursements, invoices, pre-bills, and entering time into the Firm’s time and billing system, reviewing of billing statements, and editing same for preparation of final billing
    • Support trial preparation to include maintaining and tracking case chronology
    • Manage upkeep of multiple calendars and scheduling systems
    • Perform digital transcription tasks
    • May assist in preparing discovery production and schedule depositions
    • Perform conflict checks, draft engagement letters in connection with file opening, and complete the file opening process
    • Coordinate and make travel arrangements
    • Effectively track and manage CLE reporting
    • Effectively communicate information and updates on projects with clients and timekeepers

    Competencies:

    • Decision Making – Is aware of issues and asks questions when issues arise; completes day-to-day tasks with team
    • Communication – Effectively communicates through written and verbal forms; shares information when asked and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality
    • Leadership – Gives positive feedback to others; is developing skills to mentor others; asks questions; is assigned work; and focuses on day-to-day tasks
    • Continuous Learning – Attends required training; accepts planned change willingly
    • Teamwork – Works as a member of the team, and understands the goals of the team; understands that team members' needs, ideas and solutions vary
    • Alignment to Values – Is aware of the Firm's values and consistently demonstrates them; is aware of the meaning/strategic goal of the Firm's Diversity and Inclusion values; has a deep understanding of one's own core functions

    Required Education: High school diploma or equivalent

    Required Licenses and/or Certifications: N/A

    Required Experience: 2-4 years of office experience including MS Office Suite

    Preferred Experience: Legal office experience including general knowledge of litigation practices and electronic court filings

    Supervisory Responsibilities: N/A

    Physical Activity: The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer   

    Travel Required: N/A

    Other Duties: Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

    EEO Statement: Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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    Business Development Coordinator

    Boston, MA; Denver, CO; Kansas City, MO; Las Vegas, NV; New York, NY; Philadelphia, PA; Salt Lake City, UT; St. Louis, MO; Wilmington, DE

    Armstrong Teasdale is seeking a Business Development Coordinator to join the firm.  The Business Development Coordinator supports the Firm’s strategic goals of Firm Profile and Firm Operations through industry team, client team and client feedback programs. The Business Development Coordinator also supports other initiatives including practice group and special events. The role requires a firmwide focus.

    Essential Functions: Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.   

    • Supports the Chief Growth Officer, Business Development Senior Manager and Business Development Manager to drive the firm’s Client Team and Industry Team programs – Reporting on the programs progress weekly;
    • Supports teams through the development and execution of business development and marketing plans;
    • Maintains a strong working relationship and high-level of interaction with team leaders and members;
    • Works with team leaders and members to identify business development opportunities through cross-selling or introduction of new attorneys to the team;
    • Helps identify and execute on concrete actions discussed during meetings;
    • Seeks opportunities to increase the Firm’s brand awareness in specific industries and practice areas within and outside of the Firm maximize knowledge of our competitive differentiation; and
    • Maintains a solid understanding of client and industry news, developments and trends, and shares these updates regularly with teams.
    • Recordkeeping for all client and industry team related sponsorships, presentations, and other activities, presenting these opportunities to department leadership regularly.
    • Provides research support for business development initiatives and recording initiatives in the Firm’s CRM system.
    • Supports the Chief Growth Officer with the Firm’s Client CultivATion program; and
    • Performs special business development projects and general administrative duties.

    Competencies:

    • Decision Making – Identifies issues and provides suggestions to day-to-day problems; prioritizes and effectively completes daily tasks
    • Communication – Shares information by using data and information to support an argument or point of view; keeps team informed about progress and problems; avoids surprises; understands the appropriate level of confidentiality required
    • Leadership – Gives positive and constructive feedback to peers; trains new employees; finds solutions to a problem; works autonomously; is motivated to anticipate future business needs
    • Continuous Learning – Identifies self-training needs and opportunities; positively accepts changes
    • Teamwork – Actively participates in the team and can provide feedback and solutions; listens and responds constructively to others' concerns
    • Alignment to Values – Consistently demonstrates the Firm's values and offers constructive feedback to team members regarding the values; strives to learn more and participate in diversity and inclusion efforts; demonstrates respect by understanding and providing support

    Required Education: High school diploma or equivalent

    Preferred Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing or a related discipline

    Required Licenses and/or Certifications:  N/A

    Required Experience: Proficiency in Microsoft Office

    Preferred Experience: Previous law firm marketing or business development experience

    Supervisory Responsibilities: N/A

    Physical Activity:  The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer.   

    Travel Required: N/A

    Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

    EEO Statement:  Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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    Law Clerk

    New York, NY

    Armstrong Teasdale is seeking a Law Clerk to join its New York Office. The Law Clerk is responsible for supporting firm personnel with a variety or document management and shipment functions.

    Essential Functions: Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    1. Supports firm personnel with document management functions, such as copying, scanning, printing, binding, processing and preparing electronic documents, and Bates labeling
    2. Provides shipment management support through processing shipments and ordering supplies
    3. Troubleshoots issues, sets up new office accounts, and closes and processes end of day services
    4. Provides reporting data for client billing as it relates to document management
    5. Trains new staff on document and shipment management functions
    6. Assists with mail delivery and distribution, and performs routine copier maintenance
    7. Processes and files documents with court clerk
    8. Facilitates the review, organization, indexing and transfer of files to clients or outside third parties
    9. Tracks and maintains the location of files for local office
    10. Assists in file closing, updates records and prepares for storage including record retention timelines

    Competencies:

    • Decision Making – Is aware of issues and asks questions when issues arise; completes day-to-day tasks with team
    • Communication – Effectively communicates through written and verbal forms; shares information when asked and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality
    • Leadership – Gives positive feedback to others; is developing skills to mentor others; asks questions; is assigned work; focuses on day-to-day tasks
    • Continuous Learning – Attends required training; accepts planned change willingly
    • Teamwork – Works as a member of the team and understands the goals of the team; understands that team members' needs, ideas and solutions vary
    • Alignment to Values – Is aware of the Firm's values and consistently demonstrates them; is aware of the meaning/strategic goal of the Firm's Diversity and Inclusion values; has a deep understanding of one's own core functions

    Required Education:  High School Diploma or equivalent

    Required Licenses and/or Certifications:  N/A

    Preferred Education: N/A

    Required Years of Experience: 1-2 years of experience using Microsoft Office

    Preferred Years of Experience: Proficiency using and troubleshooting office equipment, such as copiers

    Supervisory Responsibilities: N/A

    Physical Activity: The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer; some bending and standing will be required; the employee must also have the ability to lift and carry 10 pounds  

    Travel Required: N/A

    Other Duties: Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job.

    EEO Statement: Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws.At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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    IP Legal Assistant

    Boston, MA; Denver, CO; Kansas City, MO; Las Vegas, NV; New York, NY; Philadelphia, PA; Salt Lake City, UT; St. Louis, MO; Wilmington, DE

    Armstrong Teasdale is seeking an Intellectual Property Legal Assistant to join its team. The Intellectual Property Legal Assistant provides administrative assistance to all intellectual property practice group timekeepers.  This individual works within a team environment to ensure uninterrupted workflow in service.

    Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    • Draft, review and proofread all documents and correspondence produced, check for proper formatting, spelling and grammatical errors, as well as ensuring that all signature pages, attachments, exhibits or enclosures are accurate and complete before distribution
    • Conduct accounting tasks, including processing expenses, reimbursements, invoices, pre-bills, and entering time into the Firm's time and billing system, reviewing of billing statements, and editing same for preparation of final billing
    • Maintain client files (both paper and electronic), organize and file documents in designated order, and complete electronic scanning
    • May review, prioritize and maintain daily docket including validation of due dates, workload, tracking, may be responsible for providing reports in specialized formatting and follow up with timekeepers regarding deadlines
    • May perform electronic filings with the USPTO office including preparation, formatting, and review of documents
    • Effectively communicate with team and clients
    • May obtain signatures and documents from clients, and track all requirements and due dates to ensure everything is prepared for filing
    • Perform conflict checks, draft engagement letters in connection with file opening, and complete the file opening process
    • Coordinate and make travel arrangements
    • Effectively track and manage CLE reporting

    Competencies:

    • Decision Making – Is aware of issues and asks questions when issues arise; completes day-to-day tasks with team
    • Communication – Effectively communicates through written and verbal forms; shares information when asked and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality
    • Leadership – Gives positive feedback to others; is developing skills to mentor others; asks questions; is assigned work; and focuses on day-to-day tasks
    • Continuous Learning – Attends required training; accepts planned change willingly
    • Teamwork – Works as a member of the team, and understands the goals of the team; understands that team members' needs, ideas and solutions vary
    • Alignment to Values – Is aware of the Firm's values and consistently demonstrates them; is aware of the meaning/strategic goal of the Firm's Diversity and Inclusion values; has a deep understanding of one's own core functions

    Required Education:  High school diploma or equivalent

    Required Experience:  2-4 years office experience including MS Office Suite

    Preferred Experience:  Legal office experience specifically in Intellectual Property

    Physical Activity:  The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer.   

    Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

    EEO Statement:  Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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    Financial and Real Estate Paralegal (Foreclosure)

    Kansas City, MO; St. Louis, MO

    Armstrong Teasdale is seeking a Financial and Real Estate Paralegal to join its team.  The Financial and Real Estate Paralegal supports attorneys throughout all legal processes including hearings and depositions. Areas of focus could include all aspects of commercial real estate transactions and litigation matters. This position is expected to meet or exceed a billable hour model.

    Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

    1. Assists with the drafting and review of financial statements, deeds and other property documents for recording such as DDCA Letters, HUD Occ Letters, payoff/reinstatement letters and pleadings;
    2. Prepares bidding instructions and coordinates foreclosure sales with Auction.com and local counsel;
    3. Monitors compliance with deadlines for filing of required periodic reports with court and trustee;
    4. Assists attorneys with post-foreclosure conveyances;
    5. Performs SCTA and Pacer searches;
    6. Manages CaseAware, the case management system;
    7. Serves as a key point of contact for clients and interprets data for clients;
    8. Conducts legal research in order to prepare depositions, hearings and legal arrangements. 

    Competencies:

    • Decision Making – Makes decisions quickly and potentially with limited information; structures and coordinates personal and team priorities
    • Communication – Shares information by using data and information to support an argument or point of view; keeps team informed about progress and problems; avoids surprises; and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality required
    • Leadership – Gives positive and constructive feedback to peers; trains new employees; finds solutions to a problem; works autonomously; and is motivated to anticipate future business needs
    • Continuous Learning – Identifies self-training needs and opportunities; positively accepts changes
    • Teamwork – Actively participates in the team and can provide feedback and solutions; listens and responds constructively to others' concerns
    • Alignment to Values - Consistently demonstrates the Firm's values and offers constructive feedback to team members regarding the values; strives to learn more and participate in diversity and inclusion efforts; demonstrates respect by understanding and providing support

    Preferred Education: High school diploma or equivalent

    Preferred Education: Associate’s degree in paralegal studies

    Required Licenses and/or Certifications:  Paralegal certificate or degree

    Required Experience: 2 years in legal industry or equivalent transferrable skills from industries such as insurance, government, regulatory/compliance administration; skilled in Microsoft Office

    Preferred Experience: 3-5 years as a paralegal in the Finance and Banking industries; skilled in CaseAware

    Supervisory Responsibilities:  Indirect

    Physical Activity:  The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer.   

    Travel Required:  5%

    Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

    EEO Statement:  Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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    CORE Administrative Assistant

    Denver, CO

    Armstrong Teasdale LLP is seeking an Administrative Assistant. The Administrative Assistant is tasked with supporting the Office Manager in the administration of day-to-day office operations and providing excellent customer service to all guests and personnel of Armstrong Teasdale.

    Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

    • Oversees all conference center and reception duties including greeting guests and accommodating all guest needs; answering and directing phone calls; processing parking validations; tracking inventory of snacks, beverages, cleaning supplies; may include processing incoming and outgoing packages
    • Serves as the AutomATe administrator for the office, schedules conference rooms, and supports all meeting coordination and videoconferencing set-up
    • Will be required to maintain a current notary commission and be available to notarize documents as requested
    • Handles various accounting tasks such as submitting reimbursement requests in AutomATe and follow up; check requests; may assist with credit card reconciliation
    • Assist with handling scanning of incoming mail; large mailing projects; printing envelopes and labels, certified mailings; and preparation of binders
    • Provides support to timekeepers and practice group legal assistants with time entry; preparation of expense reports and check requests; and general overflow clerical/legal work
    • May coordinate or assist with facilities requests, such as liaising with building landlord, scheduling visitors with building security; and submitting work orders to building management?
    • May support the Office Manager with office needs such as turning over workstations, maintaining floor plans and master office lists; providing support for events; assisting with scanning and copying projects; handling basic printer and copier maintenance; and supporting IT with help desk requests and maintaining the server room

    Competencies:

    • Decision Making – Identifies issues and provides suggestions to day-to-day problems; prioritizes and effectively completes daily tasks 
    • Communication – Effectively communicates through written and verbal forms; shares information when asked and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality
    • Leadership – Gives positive feedback to others. Is developing skills to mentor others; asks questions; is assigned work; and focuses on day-to-day tasks
    • Continuous Learning – attends required training; accepts planned change willingly
    • Teamwork – Actively participates in the team and can provide feedback and solutions; listens and responds constructively to others' concerns
    • Alignment to Values – Is aware of the Firm's values and consistently demonstrates them; is aware of the meaning/strategic goal of the Firm's D&I values; has a deep understanding of one's own core functions

    Required Education:  High school diploma or equivalent

    Required Licenses and/or Certifications:  None

    Required Experience:  1 year of office experience

    Preferred Experience:  1-2 years of office or customer service experience with strong knowledge of Microsoft Office and computers. Notary license preferred or ability to obtain after employment commences

    Supervisory Responsibilities:  N/A

    Physical Activity:  The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer; the employee must also have the ability to walk, stand and bend, as well as lift at least 10 pounds

    Travel Required:  N/A

    Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

    EEO Statement:  Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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    Legal Clerk

    St. Louis, MO

    Armstrong Teasdale is seeking a Legal Clerk to join its Litigation group. The Legal Clerk assists the Litigation team with the day to day flow of data and works within a team environment to promote uninterrupted workflow in service. Areas of focus could be in any practice group.

    Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

    • Index incoming physical and electronic mail, scan, electronically file and circulate index and hard copies
    • Review the daily docket, download, save and circulate court documents, and upload documents to necessary client databases
    • Initiate conflict checks in connection with file opening
    • Enter new complaints into firm database, fax records requests, and assist with data entry and creation of client information
    • Calendar due dates and communicate to attorneys and paralegals
    • Gather documents in preparation for depositions

    Competencies:

    • Decision Making – Is aware of issues and asks questions when issues arise; completes day-to-day tasks with team
    • Communication – Effectively communicates through written and verbal forms; shares information when asked and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality
    • Leadership – Gives positive feedback to others; is developing skills to mentor others; asks questions; is assigned work; and focuses on day-to-day tasks
    • Continuous Learning – Attends required training; accepts planned change willingly
    • Teamwork – Works as a member of the team, and understands the goals of the team; understands that team members' needs, ideas and solutions vary
    • Alignment to Values – Is aware of the Firm's values and consistently demonstrates them; is aware of the meaning/strategic goal of the Firm's Diversity and Inclusion values; has a deep understanding of one's own core functions

    Required Education:  High school diploma or equivalent

    Preferred Education:  N/A

    Required Licenses and/or Certifications:  N/A

    Required Experience:  1-2 years office experience including MS Office Suite

    Preferred Experience:  1-2 years legal office experience

    Supervisory Responsibilities:  N/A

    Physical Activity:  The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer.   

    Travel Required:  N/A

    Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

    EEO Statement:  Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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    Legal Assistant - Financial and Real Estate Services

    St. Louis, MO

    Armstrong Teasdale LLP is seeking a Financial and Real Estate Legal Assistant to join its St. Louis office. The Finance and Real Estate Legal assistant will provide administrative assistant to all finance, real estate, and construction law timekeepers. This individual will work within a team environment to promote uninterrupted workflow in service.

    Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

    1. Review and proofread all documents and correspondence produced, check for proper formatting, spelling and grammatical errors, as well as ensuring that all signature pages, attachments, exhibits or enclosures are accurate and complete before distribution
    2. Work with the team in the preparation of contracts, correspondence, and other documents relating to construction, financial, real estate, and transactional procedures
    3. Maintain client files (both paper and electronic), organize and file documents in designated order, and complete electronic scanning
    4. Conduct accounting tasks, including processing expenses, reimbursements, invoices, pre-bills, and entering time into the Firm’s time and billing system, reviewing of billing statements, and editing same for preparation of final billing
    5. Perform digital transcription tasks
    6. Perform conflict checks, draft engagement letters in connection with file opening, and complete the file opening process
    7. Draft responses to audit letter requests on behalf of Firm clients and obtain and provide information to accountants
    8. Execute electronic court filings and download court pleadings
    9. Effectively communicate with clients and court clerks
    10. Familiarity with American Institute of Architects (AIA) contracts and preparation is helpful

    Competencies:

    • Decision Making – Is aware of issues and asks questions when issues arise; completes day-to-day tasks with team
    • Communication – Effectively communicates through written and verbal forms; shares information when asked and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality
    • Leadership – Gives positive feedback to others; is developing skills to mentor others; asks questions; is assigned work; and focuses on day-to-day tasks
    • Continuous Learning – Attends required training; accepts planned change willingly
    • Teamwork – Works as a member of the team, and understands the goals of the team; understands that team members' needs, ideas and solutions vary
    • Alignment to Values – Is aware of the Firm's values and consistently demonstrates them; is aware of the meaning/strategic goal of the Firm's Diversity and Inclusion values; has a deep understanding of one's own core functions

    Required Education: High school diploma or equivalent

    Required Licenses and/or Certifications:  N/A

    Required Experience:  2-4 years office experience including MS Office Suite

    Preferred Experience:  Legal office experience

    Supervisory Responsibilities: N/A

    Physical Activity:  The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer.   

    Travel Required: N/A

    Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

    EEO Statement:  Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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    Accounts Payable Clerk

    St. Louis, MO

    Armstrong Teasdale LLP is seeking an Accounts Payable Clerk to join its St. Louis office.  The Accounts Payable Clerk supports the Firm’s profitability while managing expenses. This individual plays a vital role in ensuring accuracy of payment for vendor invoices and employee reimbursements. Additionally, the Clerk is one of the first lines of defense in fraud prevention.

    Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

    • Reviews and tracks invoices, check requests and expense reimbursements for accuracy, proper approvals and other supporting evidence
    • Ensures that there is no fraudulent activity with respect to invoices, check requests and expense reimbursements
    • Partners with internal and external payment requestors to obtain sufficient information to support payments including invoices, tax id numbers, etc.
    • Oversees the retention of documents by electronic scanning and filing
    • Reviews vendor statements and takes initiative to question and resolve any disputes
    • Communicates to all clients and responds to all of their inquiries
    • Performs ad hoc projects/duties as they arise

    Competencies:

    • Decision Making – Is aware of issues and asks questions when issues arise; completes day-to-day tasks with team
    • Communication – Effectively communicates through written and verbal forms; shares information when asked and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality
    • Leadership – Gives positive feedback to others; is developing skills to mentor others; asks questions; is assigned work; focuses on day-to-day tasks
    • Continuous Learning – Attends required training; accepts planned change willingly
    • Teamwork – Works as a member of the team and understands the goals of the team; understands that team members' needs, ideas and solutions vary
    • Alignment to Values – Is aware of the Firm's values and consistently demonstrates them; is aware of the meaning/strategic goal of the Firm's Diversity and Inclusion values; has a deep understanding of one's own core functions

    Required Education:  High school diploma or equivalent

    Preferred Education: Associate’s degree in accounting, finance or business

    Required Licenses and/or Certifications:  N/A

    Required Experience: 1-2 years of accounts payable experience with knowledge of Outlook and Word

    Preferred Experience: Knowledge of Excel

    Supervisory Responsibilities:  N/A

    Physical Activity:  The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer  

    Travel Required:  N/A

    Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

    EEO Statement: Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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    Senior Treasury Analyst

    St. Louis, MO

    Armstrong Teasdale is seeking a Senior Treasury Analyst to join its St. Louis office. The Senior Treasury Analyst is expected to be a major contributor in the development of banking relationships, credit and loan availability, credit card processing relationships, cash receipts application, state IOLTA Program compliance and other treasury related functions to record, protect and ensure availability of funds for daily operation of the Firm. In addition, this individual will oversee the Firm’s Risk Management program working directly with our insurance broker to ensure that proper insurance policies with sufficient levels of coverage are maintained and working with the General Counsel relating to professional liability and employment practices/Errors & Omissions coverage.  The Senior Treasury Analyst generates reports, dashboards and analytical solutions and develops and implements best practices to support achievement of the Firm’s objectives.

    Essential Functions: Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

    • Responsible for opening, maintaining and establishing proper operating procedures/controls for all operating bank accounts.
    • Develops relationship with all banks to ensure maintenance of appropriate accounts with necessary internal accounting controls in their operation.
    • Works with major banks to maintain proper levels of lines of credit (LOC) and anticipate needed increases as business grows.  Works with Director of Finance to complete drawdowns and repayments of LOC’s as business accommodates
    • Works with banks to obtain term debt as required for office renovations and other capital needs.
    • Maintains foreign currency program to allow for efficient & timely payment of foreign associates.
    • Maintains existing and researches potential new IOLTA Program participation and accounts to ensure compliance in all states in which the Firm operates.
    • Maintains relationship with and ensures proper controls over credit card processing program for use by clients.
    • Supervises the Cash Receipts group to ensure timely & accurate application of funds to client invoices/accounts.
    • Oversees the risk management program for the firm regarding both general and professional liability insurance coverages. 
    • Provides regular and ongoing communication of project status to key stakeholders

    Competencies:

    • Decision Making – Identifies issues and provides suggestions to day-to-day problems; prioritizes and effectively completes daily tasks
    • Communication – Shares information by using data and information to support an argument or point of view; keeps team informed about progress and problems; avoids surprises; and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality required
    • Leadership – Gives positive and constructive feedback to peers; trains new employees; finds solutions to a problem; works autonomously; and is motivated to anticipate future business needs
    • Continuous Learning – Identifies self-training needs and opportunities; positively accepts change 
    • Teamwork- Actively participates in the team and provides feedback and solutions; listens and responds constructively to others’ concerns
    • Alignment to Values – Consistently demonstrates the Firm's values and offers constructive feedback to team members regarding the values; strives to learn more and participate in diversity and inclusion efforts; demonstrates respect by understanding and providing support

    Required Education: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance

    Preferred Education: Master’s degree

    Required Licenses and/or Certifications: N/A

    Required Experience: 2-5 years’ relevant experience in business; advanced proficiency in MS Excel

    Preferred Experience: Previous work in the legal industry a plus

    Supervisory Responsibilities: Minimal

    Physical Activity: The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer  

    Travel Required: N/A

    Other Duties: Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

    EEO Statement: Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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    Financial Analyst

    St. Louis, MO

    The Financial Analyst is expected to be a major contributor in the development, validation, analysis and reporting of the firm’s financial and operational results. The Financial Analyst generates reports, dashboards and analytical solutions and develops and implements best practices to support achievement of the firm’s objectives.

    Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

    1. Prepares and analyzes financial, operational and statistical reports on performance of various business subsections and departments of the Firm
    2. Develops reports and analytics to facilitate sound business decisions using tools such as SQL and Excel pivot tables
    3. Creates and performs the required analysis and investigations to truly understand the business activities behind the results; develops and captures KPIs to track progress; works cross-functionally to improve areas that are not achieving objectives
    4. Ensures required validations are performed on key accounts
    5. Participates in and initiates cost reduction or avoidance activities, including eliminating or streamlining processes
    6. Supports periodic financial and operational audits and tax return requirements
    7. Provides regular and ongoing communication of project status to key stakeholders

    Competencies

    • Decision Making – Identifies issues and provides suggestions to day-to-day problems; prioritizes and effectively completes daily tasks
    • Communication - Communicates in a clear, concise and organized manner; prevents miscommunication by clarifying difficult concepts and ensures understanding by others; knows the appropriate amount of information to share with various parties; ensures regular and consistent information is shared; understands the appropriate level of confidentiality
    • Leadership – Gives positive and constructive feedback to peers; trains new employees; finds solutions to a problem; works autonomously; is motivated to anticipate future business needs
    • Continuous Learning - Identifies self-training needs and opportunities; positively accepts changes
    • Teamwork – Actively participates in the team and can provide feedback and solutions; listens and responds constructively to others' concerns
    • Alignment to Values - Consistently demonstrates the Firm's values and offers constructive feedback to team members regarding the values; strives to learn more and participate in diversity and inclusion efforts; demonstrates respect by understanding and providing support

    Education: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting

    Preferred Education: Master’s degree and CPA certification

    Licenses and/or Certifications:  N/A

    Required Experience: 2-5 years’ relevant experience in business; advanced proficiency in MS Excel and data analytics

    Preferred Experience: SQL proficiency

    Responsibilities: N/A

    Activity:  The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer  

    Travel Required: N/A

    Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

    EEO Statement:  Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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    Intellectual Property Docket Coordinator

    St. Louis, MO

    Armstrong Teasdale is seeking an Intellectual Property (IP) Docket Coordinator to join its St. Louis office. The Docket Coordinator manages the docket system to track deadlines and mitigate malpractice. This role may support U.S. or foreign docketing processes and may support Litigation or Intellectual Property.

    Essential Functions: Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

    • Process and docket incoming mail, both electronic and physical
    • Process and docket email requests from attorneys, secretaries and others
    • Analyze and format data in Excel to provide to in-house counsel or client
    • Communicate with timekeepers regarding docketing matters
    • Update docketing system when a matter has been abandoned; circulates docket sheets and pull hard copy file for circulation
    • Serve as backup to ensure that client docketing system is updated
    • May download and save pleadings to the firm’s internal document management system / case docket and circulate to the case team 
    • May handle International Patent requests for examinations, notices of allowances and intents to grant; draft emails for review by attorneys; communicate information to Client or Foreign Associate; update docket and client database
    • May review docket and documentation regarding requirements from the Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) of a specific country; update any relevant correspondence and documentation to client database; gather all patent-related documents and forward to the Foreign Associates
    • May handle Patent Annuities and Renewals by tracking and monitoring due dates; create charts for clients including obtaining instructions from client; process payments for annuities and maintenance fees
    • May update docketing system with granted patent information and forward original patents to clients

    Competencies:

    • Decision Making – Identifies issues and provides suggestions to day-to-day problems; prioritizes and effectively completes daily tasks
    • Communication – Effectively communicates through written and verbal forms; shares information when asked and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality
    • Leadership – Gives positive feedback to others; is developing skills to mentor others; asks questions; is assigned work; focuses on day-to-day tasks
    • Continuous Learning – Attends required training; accepts planned change willingly
    • Teamwork – Works as a member of the team and understands the goals of the team; understands that team members' needs, ideas and solutions vary
    • Alignment to Values - Is aware of the Firm's values and consistently demonstrates them; is aware of the meaning/strategic goal of the Firm's Diversity and Inclusion values; has a deep understanding of one's own core functions

    Required Education: High school diploma or equivalent

    Preferred Education: Associate Degree

    Required Licenses and/or Certifications: N/A

    Preferred Experience: 2-4 years office experience

    Supervisory Responsibilities: N/A

    Physical Activity: The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer   

    Travel Required: N/A

    Other Duties: Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

    EEO Statement: Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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    Attorney Recruiter - West Region

    Denver, CO; Las Vegas, NV; Salt Lake City, UT

    The West Region Attorney Recruiter is a member of a dynamic team and critical to Armstrong Teasdale’s integration function – a part of the firm’s Growth Department. This role manages the lateral attorney and partner track recruitment process in the firm’s West region, which currently includes Denver, Salt Lake City and Las Vegas. The West Region Attorney Recruiter partners with Practice Group Leaders, Office Managing Attorneys and the firm’s Chief Growth Officer to determine lateral hiring needs and establish creative avenues to effectively and efficiently fill positions with top talent and execute on the firm’s strategic growth plan.

    This position requires a background in legal recruiting and the ability to facilitate a high level of collaboration with attorneys and staff. The ideal candidate will be highly organized; possess excellent communication (oral and written) skills and the ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment; be innovative and contribute ideas for continuous improvement; and have very strong attention to detail and a professional demeanor. Additionally, the ideal candidate will possess strong interpersonal skills with the ability to build relationships among lawyers and staff to achieve results. This candidate will:

    • Work with the firm's Chief Growth Officer and Integration Senior Manager to develop, implement and manage recruiting strategies and programs.
    • Be active in the legal market to raise brand awareness of the firm and attract candidates to join Armstrong Teasdale.
    • Identify new strategies for marketing and promoting the firm to prospective candidates.
    • Manage the recruiting process in collaboration with the firm's Integration Senior Manager, including facilitating office and virtual interviews, keeping the recruiting dashboard current, and facilitating handoff between other departments, including Human Resources.
    • Be responsible for managing lateral placements and outplacements through recruiters and headhunters, as well as the overall relationships with recruiting agencies.
    • Work in collaboration with the firm's Diversity, Equity and Inclusion department to support diversity and inclusion initiatives.
    • Stay current and informed on legal industry recruitment best practices, trends and news; serve as an active member of local legal recruitment organizations and NALP.

    Competencies:

    • Decision Making – Makes decisions quickly and potentially with limited information; structures and coordinates personal and team priorities.
    • Communication – Communicates in a clear, concise and organized manner; prevents miscommunication by clarifying difficult concepts and ensures understanding by others; knows the appropriate amount of information to share with various parties; ensures regular and consistent information is shared; understands the appropriate level of confidentiality.
    • Leadership – Self-motivated and proactive; gives upward positive and constructive feedback and offers solutions; onboards leadership; identifies overarching areas for improvement and presents solutions; distributes work amongst team; has vision to plan and execute long-term strategic goals.
    • Continuous Learning – Identifies training needs and opportunities for self, team and firm; promotes changes and acts as a change agent.
    • Teamwork – Inspires the team to drive for results; fuels passion; encourages team feedback; fosters an open-door policy with team and works with others to identify solutions.
    • Alignment to Values - Consistently demonstrates the firm's values and offers constructive feedback to team members regarding the values; strives to learn more and participate in diversity and inclusion efforts; demonstrates respect by understanding and providing support

    Required Education: Bachelor’s degree

    Required Licenses and/or Certifications: N/A

    Preferred Education: J.D.

    Required Experience: Five years of related experience (at least a year of which occurred within the legal industry)

    Preferred Experience: Deep understanding of the local legal market, legal industry and familiarity with legal recruiting software and systems.

    Supervisory Responsibilities: Indirect

    Physical Activity: The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer. 

    Travel Required: Occasional

    Other Duties: Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job.

    EEO Statement: Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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    Asbestos Litigation Paralegal

    St. Louis, MO

    Armstrong Teasdale is seeking a Paralegal to join its St. Louis office. The Litigation Paralegal supports attorneys throughout all legal processes including depositions, trial preparation and trial execution. Area of focus is Asbestos. This position is expected to meet or exceed a billable hour model.

    Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

    1. Assists attorneys in research, drafting, and revision of discovery, motions, judgments and dismissals
    2. Attends trials and assists in witness lists
    3. Prepares, executes and downloads court filings including electronic filings, Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) and state filings, and court pleadings
    4. Maintains compliance deadlines through docketing administration
    5. Draft client correspondence for attorneys
    6. Conducts legal research, compiles and organizes materials in order to prepare for depositions, hearings and trials
    7. May prepare discovery production, schedule depositions, and check case citations
    8. May obtain records and work with experts in all areas of litigation
    9. May serve as a point of contact for clients and may interpret data for clients and team

    Competencies:

    • Decision Making – Identifies issues and provides suggestions to day-to-day problems; prioritizes and effectively completes daily tasks
    • Communication – Effectively communicates through written and verbal forms; shares information when asked and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality
    • Leadership – Gives positive feedback to others. Is developing skills to mentor others; asks questions; is assigned work; and focuses on day-to-day tasks
    • Continuous Learning – attends required training; accepts planned change willingly
    • Teamwork – Actively participates in the team and can provide feedback and solutions; listens and responds constructively to others' concerns
    • Alignment to Values – Is aware of the Firm's values and consistently demonstrates them; is aware of the meaning/strategic goal of the Firm's D&I values; has a deep understanding of one's own core functions

    Required Education: High school diploma or equivalent

    Preferred Education: Associate’s degree in paralegal studies

    Licenses and/or Certifications: Paralegal certificate or degree

    Required Experience: 2 years in legal industry or equivalent transferrable skills from industries such as insurance, government, regulatory/compliance administration; skilled in Microsoft Office

    Preferred Experience: 3-5 years as a Litigation Paralegal

    Supervisory Responsibilities: Indirect

    Activity:The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer.   

    Travel Required: 5%

    Other Duties: Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

    EEO Statement: Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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    Associate - Patent (Mechanical Engineer)

    Boston, MA; Denver, CO; Las Vegas, NV; New York, NY; Philadelphia, PA; Salt Lake City, UT; St. Louis, MO; Wilmington, DE

    Armstrong Teasdale LLP is seeking an experienced Mechanical Patent Associate in the Intellectual Property Services area for a full-time position in any one of our Armstrong Teasdale office locations.

    The candidate should have at least 2-5 years of experience in the intellectual property field and mechanical engineering-related practice. Patent attorneys assist with the preparation and prosecution of patent applications, patentability and clearance opinions, patent estate management, licensing and enforcement of patents for a diverse clientele.

    Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    • Requirements include a B.S. in mechanical engineering or similar technical degree
    • Relevant technical experience
    • Minimum of two years of patent law experience
    • Admission into a state bar and registration with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office is preferred

    Competencies:

    • Decision Making – Identifies issues and provides suggestions to day-to-day problems; prioritizes and effectively completes daily tasks
    • Communication – Communicates in a clear, concise, and organized manner and prevents miscommunication by clarifying difficult concepts and ensures understanding by others; knows the appropriate amount of information to share with various parties; ensures regular and consistent information is shared; understands the appropriate level of confidentiality
    • Leadership – Gives positive and constructive feedback to peers; trains new employees; finds solutions to a problem; works autonomously; is motivated to anticipate future business needs
    • Continuous Learning – Identifies training needs and opportunities for self, team, and firm; promotes changes and acts as a change agent
    • Teamwork – Actively participates in the team and can provide feedback and solutions; listens and responds constructively to others' concerns
    • Alignment to Values – Consistently demonstrates the Firm's values and offers constructive feedback to team members regarding the matters; strives to learn more and participate in diversity and inclusion efforts; demonstrates respect by understanding and providing support

    Interested applicants must pay meticulous attention to detail, possess good interpersonal skills for communicating with attorneys and clients, demonstrate an ability to work independently and productively, and show a strong interest in advancing a career in intellectual property law.

    • Salary is commensurate with experience.
    • Generous merit-based and hours-based bonus program
    • 401(k) eligibility
    • Team-based work environment and other benefits

    EEO Statement: Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations, and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the Firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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    2L Summer Associate

    St. Louis, MO

    Armstrong Teasdale is accepting applications from a competitive group of highly qualified candidates for our 2022 Summer Associate Program. Recruiting top talent through the Summer Associate Program is a critical component of our innovative approach to talent management.

    A high grade point average is great, but qualities like passion, curiosity, approachability and willingness to be coached are additional traits that we’ve found increase odds of a successful and gratifying legal practice.

    Our Summer Associate Program gives you the chance to use what you’ve learned but pushes and stretches you – all the while you’re getting real law practice experience.

    Don’t worry about being stuck in the library or a file room for the summer. For several weeks, you’ll be guided by a mentor and advisor and treated as a professional. You’ll work with experienced attorneys on challenging matters. If you have a specific area of interest, we’ll give you plenty of time to explore it. The program is at least 8 weeks in length.

    You’ll enjoy planned activities that allow you to get to know our attorneys and the other summer associates in casual settings. Special seminars to teach soft skills, the business of law firms and trends in the legal profession are part of the summer curriculum.

    Requirements:

    • Second year law student enrolled at American Bar Association accredited law school
    • Excellent undergraduate and law school academic performance
    • Personal and professional achievements

    To apply, please submit a cover letter resume, writing sample and transcript.

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    Legal Assistant

    St. Louis, MO

    Armstrong Teasdale is seeking a Legal Assistant to join its St. Louis office. The Legal Assistant provides administrative assistant to all Asbestos timekeepers. This individual works within a team environment to ensure uninterrupted workflow in service.

    Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

    • Draft, review and proofread all documents and correspondence produced, check for proper formatting, spelling and grammatical errors, as well as ensuring that all signature pages, attachments, exhibits or enclosures are accurate and complete before distribution
    • Execute electronic court filings and download court pleadings
    • Maintain client files (both paper and electronic), organize and file documents in designated order, and complete electronic scanning
    • Conduct accounting tasks, including processing expenses, reimbursements, invoices, pre-bills, and entering time into the Firm’s time and billing system, reviewing of billing statements, and editing same for preparation of final billing
    • Support trial preparation to include maintaining and tracking case chronology
    • Manage upkeep of multiple calendars and scheduling systems
    • Perform digital transcription tasks
    • May assist in preparing discovery production and schedule depositions
    • Perform conflict checks, draft engagement letters in connection with file opening, and complete the file opening process
    • Coordinate and make travel arrangements
    • Effectively track and manage CLE reporting
    • Effectively communicate information and updates on projects with clients and timekeepers

    Competencies:

    • Decision Making – Identifies issues and provides suggestions to day-to-day problems; prioritizes and effectively completes daily tasks
    • Communication – Effectively communicates through written and verbal forms; shares information when asked and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality
    • Leadership – Gives positive feedback to others. Is developing skills to mentor others; asks questions; is assigned work; and focuses on day-to-day tasks
    • Continuous Learning – attends required training; accepts planned change willingly
    • Teamwork – Actively participates in the team and can provide feedback and solutions; listens and responds constructively to others' concerns
    • Alignment to Values – Is aware of the Firm's values and consistently demonstrates them; is aware of the meaning/strategic goal of the Firm's D&I values; has a deep understanding of one's own core functions

    Required Education:  High School Diploma or equivalent

    Required Licenses and/or Certifications:  N/A

    Required Experience:  2-4 years office experience including MS Office Suite

    Preferred Experience:  Legal office experience including general knowledge of litigation practices and electronic court filings

    Supervisory Responsibilities:  N/A

    Physical Activity:  The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer.   

    Travel Required:  N/A

    Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

    EEO Statement:  Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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    Administrative Assistant

    Denver, CO

    Armstrong Teasdale LLP is seeking an Administrative Assistant. The Administrative Assistant is tasked with supporting the Office Manager in the administration of day-to-day office operations and providing excellent customer service to all guests and personnel of Armstrong Teasdale.

    Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

    • Oversees all conference center and reception duties including greeting guests and accommodating all guest needs; answering and directing phone calls; processing parking validations; tracking inventory of snacks, beverages, cleaning supplies; may include processing incoming and outgoing packages
    • Serves as the AutomATe administrator for the office, schedules conference rooms, and supports all meeting coordination and videoconferencing set-up
    • Will be required to maintain a current notary commission and be available to notarize documents as requested
    • Handles various accounting tasks such as submitting reimbursement requests in AutomATe and follow up; check requests; may assist with credit card reconciliation
    • Assist with handling scanning of incoming mail; large mailing projects; printing envelopes and labels, certified mailings; and preparation of binders
    • Provides support to timekeepers and practice group legal assistants with time entry; preparation of expense reports and check requests; and general overflow clerical/legal work
    • May coordinate or assist with facilities requests, such as liaising with building landlord, scheduling visitors with building security; and submitting work orders to building management?
    • May support the Office Manager with office needs such as turning over workstations, maintaining floor plans and master office lists; providing support for events; assisting with scanning and copying projects; handling basic printer and copier maintenance; and supporting IT with help desk requests and maintaining the server room

    Competencies:

    • Decision Making – Identifies issues and provides suggestions to day-to-day problems; prioritizes and effectively completes daily tasks 
    • Communication – Effectively communicates through written and verbal forms; shares information when asked and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality
    • Leadership – Gives positive feedback to others. Is developing skills to mentor others; asks questions; is assigned work; and focuses on day-to-day tasks
    • Continuous Learning – attends required training; accepts planned change willingly
    • Teamwork – Actively participates in the team and can provide feedback and solutions; listens and responds constructively to others' concerns
    • Alignment to Values – Is aware of the Firm's values and consistently demonstrates them; is aware of the meaning/strategic goal of the Firm's D&I values; has a deep understanding of one's own core functions

    Required Education:  High school diploma or equivalent

    Required Licenses and/or Certifications:  None

    Required Experience:  1 year of office experience

    Preferred Experience:  1-2 years of office or customer service experience with strong knowledge of Microsoft Office and computers. Notary license preferred or ability to obtain after employment commences

    Supervisory Responsibilities:  N/A

    Physical Activity:  The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer; the employee must also have the ability to walk, stand and bend, as well as lift at least 10 pounds

    Travel Required:  N/A

    Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

    EEO Statement:  Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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    Franchise and Transactional Associate

    Denver, CO; St. Louis, MO; Kansas City, MO

    Armstrong Teasdale is seeking a Transactional Attorney with 4+ years of experience in commercial transactions, real estate and franchise law to join its practice in St. Louis, Kansas City or Denver.

    Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    • The candidate will draft transactional documents, including but not limited to purchase and sale documents, franchise disclosure documents, franchise regulatory filings, commercial real estate and lending documents, leases, and other transactional agreements.
    • Will gain sophisticated hands-on experience in a thriving franchising, business, real estate, and finance practice with significant client contact and potential for career advancement.
    • Academically distinguished applicants with excellent writing and analytical skills are sought to assume responsibility in this active and diverse business transactional practice.

    Competencies:

    • Decision Making – Identifies issues and provides suggestions to day-to-day problems; prioritizes and effectively completes daily tasks
    • Communication – Communicates in a clear, concise, and organized manner and prevents miscommunication by clarifying complex concepts and ensures understanding by others; knows the appropriate amount of information to share with various parties; ensures regular and consistent communication is shared; understands the right level of confidentiality
    • Leadership – Gives positive and constructive feedback to peers; trains new employees; finds solutions to a problem; works autonomously; is motivated to anticipate future business needs
    • Continuous Learning – Identifies training needs and opportunities for self, team, and Firm; promotes changes and acts as a change agent
    • Teamwork – Actively participates in the team and can provide feedback and solutions; listens and responds constructively to others' concerns
    • Alignment to Values – Consistently demonstrates the Firm's values and offers constructive feedback to team members regarding the values; strives to learn more and participate in diversity and inclusion efforts; demonstrates respect by understanding and providing support

    EEO Statement: Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations, and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are the Firm's core values, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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    Transactional Partner

    Boston, MA; Denver, CO; Kansas City, MO; Las Vegas, NV; Miami, FL; New York, NY; Philadelphia, PA; Salt Lake City, UT; St. Louis, MO; Wilmington, DE

    Armstrong Teasdale is seeking a Transactional Partner with 8+ years of commercial transactions, acquisitions, emerging companies and/or franchise experience to join its practice in St. Louis, Denver, Philadelphia, Boston, New York, Delaware, Kansas City, Las Vegas, and Salt Lake City.

    Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    • Serves as middle market and emerging growth companies in a wide range of industries, private equity funds, and private investors
    • Drafts and negotiates transactional documents including but not limited to franchise transactional documents and closing documents, acquisition agreements, commercial real estate documents, leases and other transactional agreements
    • Encompasses strong law firm experience and communication skills
    • Brings portable business (a plus but not required)

    Competencies:

    • Decision Making – Identifies issues and provides suggestions to day-to-day problems; prioritizes and effectively completes daily tasks
    • Communication – Communicates in a clear, concise and organized manner and prevents miscommunication by clarifying difficult concepts and ensures understanding by others; knows the appropriate amount of information to share with various parties; ensures regular and consistent information is shared; understands the appropriate level of confidentiality
    • Leadership – Gives positive and constructive feedback to peers; trains new employees; finds solutions to a problem; works autonomously; is motivated to anticipate future business needs
    • Continuous Learning – Identifies training needs and opportunities for self, team and firm; promotes changes and acts as a change agent
    • Teamwork – Actively participates in the team and can provide feedback and solutions; listens and responds constructively to others' concerns
    • Alignment to Values – Consistently demonstrates the Firm's values and offers constructive feedback to team members regarding the values; strives to learn more and participate in diversity and inclusion efforts; demonstrates respect by understanding and providing support

    EEO Statement: Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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    Billing Coordinator

    St. Louis, MO

    Armstrong Teasdale is seeking a Billing Coordinator to join its St. Louis office. The Billing Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the billing process through its entirety.

    Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

    • Executes complex bills in a timely manner (i.e., multiple discounts by matter, split-party billing, and preparation of electronic bills)
    • Works with Client Intake Department to ensure billing guidelines are being followed in initial client and mater system setup  
    • Reviews and edits prebills per proper attorney instruction  
    • Maintains and ensures compliance with billing guidelines and billing arrangements
    • Partners with attorneys to coordinate proper resolution to issues related to billing, WIP, and client concerns
    • Monitors and resolves all rejection and transmission issues while maintaining client specific billing processes and procedures related to electronic bills
    • Fulfills client requests for additional or supporting documentation as required
    • Submits all electronic invoices in a timely and appropriate manner  

    Competencies:

    • Decision Making - Identifies issues and provides suggestions to day-to-day problems; prioritizes and effectively completes daily tasks
    • Communication - Effectively communicates through written and verbal forms; shares information when asked and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality
    • Leadership – Gives positive feedback to others; is developing skills to mentor others; asks questions; is assigned work; focuses on day-to-day tasks
    • Continuous Learning – Identifies self-training needs and opportunities.  Positively accepts changes.
    • Teamwork – Works as a member of the team and understands the goals of the team; understands that team members' needs, ideas and solutions vary
    • Alignment to Values – Is aware of the Firm's values and consistently demonstrates them; is aware of the meaning/strategic goal of the Firm's Diversity and Inclusion values; has a deep understanding of one's own core functions

    Required Education: High School Diploma or equivalent

    Preferred Education: N/A

    Required Licenses and/or Certifications:  N/A

    Required Experience: 2-4 years’ experience in a legal and/or office environment; proficiency in MS-Office suite

    Preferred Experience: Legal billing (Electronic Billing Hub and websites) experience

    Supervisory Responsibilities:  N/A

    Physical Activity:  The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer  

    Travel Required:  N/A

    Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

    EEO Statement:  Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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    Litigation Paralegal

    New York, NY

    Armstrong Teasdale is seeking a Litigation Paralegal to join its New York City office. The Litigation Paralegal supports attorneys throughout all legal processes including depositions, trial preparation and trial execution. Area of focus could be Litigation or Intellectual Property Litigation. This position is expected to meet or exceed a billable hour model.

    Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

    • Assists attorneys in research, drafting, and revision of discovery, motions, judgments and dismissals
    • Attends trials and assists in witness lists
    • Prepares, executes and downloads court filings including electronic filings, Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) and state filings, and court pleadings
    • Maintains compliance deadlines through docketing administration
    • Draft client correspondence for attorneys
    • Conducts legal research, compiles and organizes materials in order to prepare for depositions, hearings and trials
    • May prepare discovery production, schedule depositions, and check case citations
    • May obtain records and work with experts in all areas of litigation
    • May serve as a point of contact for clients and may interpret data for clients and team

    Competencies:

    • Decision Making – Makes decisions quickly and potentially with limited information; structures and coordinates personal and team priorities
    • Communication – Shares information by using data and information to support an argument or point of view; keeps team informed about progress and problems; avoids surprises; and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality required
    • Leadership – Gives positive and constructive feedback to peers; trains new employees; finds solutions to a problem; works autonomously; and is motivated to anticipate future business needs
    • Continuous Learning – Identifies self-training needs and opportunities; positively accepts changes
    • Teamwork – Actively participates in the team and can provide feedback and solutions; listens and responds constructively to others' concerns
    • Alignment to Values - Consistently demonstrates the Firm's values and offers constructive feedback to team members regarding the values; strives to learn more and participate in diversity and inclusion efforts; demonstrates respect by understanding and providing support

    Required Education:  High school diploma or equivalent

    Preferred Education: Associate’s degree in paralegal studies

    Required Licenses and/or Certifications:  Paralegal certificate or degree

    Required Experience: 2 years in legal industry or equivalent transferrable skills from industries such as insurance, government, regulatory/compliance administration; skilled in Microsoft Office

    Preferred Experience: 3-5 years as a Litigation Paralegal, experience with CPLR Highly Preferred, Finance Industry and/or White-Collar Crime experience, State and Federal litigation experience Highly Preferred.

    Supervisory Responsibilities:  Indirect

    Physical Activity:  The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer.   

    Travel Required:  5%

    Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

    EEO Statement:  Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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    Patent Agent

    Boston, MA; Denver, CO; Jefferson City, MO; Kansas City, MO; Las Vegas, NV; New York, NY; Philadelphia, PA; Salt Lake City, UT; St. Louis, MO

    Armstrong Teasdale LLP is seeking Patent Agents to join its Intellectual Property Services group. This opportunity is ideal for candidates who have backgrounds in electrical engineering or biotechnology and prior experience working in the area of patent law. Patent Agents assist patent attorneys with the preparation and prosecution of patent applications.

    Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

    • Work hand-in-hand with inventors on newly created products
    • Assist in the identification of patentable inventions
    • Research current patented technologies to best assist clients in patentable work
    • Draft patent applications with the assistance of the patent team
    • Track the patent application process from initial application to granted patent to ensure the team remains on track
    • Complete ability searches regularly
    • Solve client challenges and respond to client needs
    • Respond to office actions and correspond with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
    • Consistently meet billable hour requirements

    Competencies:

    • Decision Making - Identifies issues and provides suggestions to day-to-day problems; prioritizes and effectively completes daily tasks
    • Communication - Shares information by using data and information to support an argument or point of view; keeps team informed about progress and problems; avoids surprises; and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality required
    • Leadership - Gives positive and constructive feedback to peers; trains new employees; finds solutions to a problem; works autonomously; and is motivated to anticipate future business needs
    • Continuous Learning - Attends required training; accepts planned change willingly
    • Teamwork - Works as a member of the team, and understands the goals of the team; understands that team members' needs, ideas and solutions vary
    • Alignment to Values - Is aware of the Firm's values and consistently demonstrates them; is aware of the meaning/strategic goal of the Firm's Diversity & Inclusion values; has a deep understanding of one's own core functions

    Required Education:  Bachelor’s degree in science or engineering

    Preferred Education: Master’s degree or Ph.D.

    Required Licenses and/or Certifications:  USPTO Registration required

    Required Experience: 3+ years of professional experience 

    Physical Activity:  The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer.   

    Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

    EEO Statement:  Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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    Patent Engineer

    Boston, MA; Denver, CO; Jefferson City, MO; Kansas City, MO; Las Vegas, NV; New York, NY; Philadelphia, PA; Salt Lake City, UT; St. Louis, MO

    Armstrong Teasdale LLP is seeking patent engineers to join its Intellectual Property Services group. This opportunity is ideal for candidates who have an electrical engineering background and who are interested in exploring a career in the area of patent law.

    The Patent Engineer assists patent attorneys with the preparation and prosecution of patent applications.

    Essential Functions:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

    • Work hand-in-hand with inventors on newly created products
    • Assist in the identification of patentable inventions
    • Research current patented technologies to best assist clients in patentable work
    • Draft patent applications with the assistance of the patent team
    • Track the patent application process from initial application to granted patent to ensure the team remains on track
    • Complete ability searches regularly
    • Solve client challenges and respond to client needs
    • Respond to office actions and correspond with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
    • Consistently meet billable hour requirements

    Competencies:

    • Decision Making - Identifies issues and provides suggestions to day-to-day problems; prioritizes and effectively completes daily tasks
    • Communication - Shares information by using data and information to support an argument or point of view; keeps team informed about progress and problems; avoids surprises; and understands the appropriate level of confidentiality required
    • Leadership - Gives positive and constructive feedback to peers; trains new employees; finds solutions to a problem; works autonomously; and is motivated to anticipate future business needs
    • Continuous Learning - Attends required training; accepts planned change willingly
    • Teamwork - Works as a member of the team, and understands the goals of the team; understands that team members' needs, ideas and solutions vary
    • Alignment to Values - Is aware of the Firm's values and consistently demonstrates them; is aware of the meaning/strategic goal of the Firm's Diversity & Inclusion values; has a deep understanding of one's own core functions

    Required Education:  Bachelor's degree in electrical engineering

    Preferred Experience: 1-2 years of experience in patents

    Physical Activity:  The employee will be required to sit for prolonged periods and work on a computer.   

    Other Duties:  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. 

    EEO Statement:  Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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    Associate - Patent (Biomedical/Chemical)

    Boston, MA; Denver, CO; Kansas City, MO; Las Vegas, NV; New York, NY; Philadelphia, PA; Salt Lake City, UT; St. Louis, MO; Wilmington, DE

    Armstrong Teasdale is seeking an IP Associate to join its St. Louis, Kansas City, Denver, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, Philadelphia, Boston, New York or Wilmington office. This Associate will become a vital member of the biomedical and chemical patent practice area working with senior partners of the Firm. This position will assist medical device, chemical and life sciences companies in applying for and protecting U.S. and international patents.

    The candidate should expect to assist with the preparation and prosecution of patent applications, patentability and clearance opinions, patent estate management, licensing and enforcement of patents for a diverse clientele.

    Successful applicants will have the exciting opportunity to learn from and work closely with energetic, highly experienced patent practitioners in a friendly, cooperative environment.

    Interested applicants must pay meticulous attention to detail, possess good interpersonal skills for communicating with attorneys and clients, demonstrate an ability to work independently and productively and show a strong interest in advancing a career in intellectual property law. 

    Admission into a state bar is required. All technical backgrounds will be considered.

    Salary is commensurate with experience. Generous merit-based and hours-based bonus program, 401(k) eligibility, unlimited PTO, paid maternity leave, paid parental leave, Firm provided group term life and accidental death/dismemberment insurance, flexible work schedules, team based work environment and other benefits.

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    Boston

    Denver

    Kansas City

    Las Vegas

    New York City

    Philadelphia

    Salt Lake City

    St. Louis

    Wilmington

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    1L LCLD Scholar

    St. Louis, MO

    As part of Armstrong Teasdale’s commitment to recruit and retain diverse talent, we are proud to be members of the 1L Leadership Council on Legal Diversity’s (LCLD) Scholars Program. This program provides an opportunity for first-year (1L) law students to work alongside experienced legal professionals, build their professional networks and participate in professional development programs. In addition, the scholars gain valuable relationships and resources from LCLD’s network to help them throughout their legal career. We will begin accepting applications for 1L LCLD Scholars in the St. Louis office December 2021.

    The 1L LCLD Scholars Program includes:

    • A paid 1L Summer Associate position in Armstrong Teasdale's St. Louis office.
    • An opportunity to attend the 1L LCLD Scholars Summit

    Job Requirements:

    Candidates who apply should meet the following criteria:

    • 1L student enrolled in an American Bar Association-accredited law school
    • Active commitment to diversity and inclusion
    • Excellent undergraduate and law school academic performance
    • Genuine interest in Armstrong Teasdale’s opportunities in St. Louis, Missouri
    • Personal and professional achievement

    Required application materials are as follows:

    • Resume
    • Official law school transcript
    • Writing Sample
    • Cover Letter that includes why you believe diversity and inclusion are important in the legal profession and/or how you have been committed to advancing diversity and inclusion
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    Bankruptcy and Creditors Rights Partner

    Las Vegas, NV

    Armstrong Teasdale LLP is seeking a highly qualified Bankruptcy and Creditors Rights Attorney to join its practice group in Las Vegas, Nevada.

    Job Responsibilities:

    • Must be self-sufficient, primarily corporate debtor and creditors rights – based practice, to help to expand the firm’s present creditor’s rights and bankruptcy practice existing in other offices.
    • Portable book of business required
    • Attorney willing to live and work in Nevada and licensed in Nevada
    • Attorney must have knowledge and experience in Debtors’/Creditors’ Rights and Bankruptcy practice
    • Juris Doctor degree (J.D)
    • At least 10 years of Debtors’/Creditors’ Rights and Bankruptcy experience
    • Established excellent reputation and skills in these areas:
      • Positive attitude
      • Strong work ethic
      • Skill with legal practice management software
      • Strong MS Office skills

    EEO Statement: Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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    Associate - Corporate Services/Health Care

    St. Louis, MO

    Armstrong Teasdale LLP is seeking a highly qualified healthcare transactional and regulatory attorney for its Health Care and Corporate Services practice areas.

    Essential Functions: Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    The ideal candidate will have at least 3-5 years of experience in healthcare law including most, if not, all of the following areas:

    • Experience ranging from operational matters, contractual and equity joint ventures, physician and other contracting, tax exempt financing, to mergers and acquisitions
    • Experience with physician employment agreements, medical staff issues, credentialing and disciplinary matters
    • Health care fraud and abuse laws; hospital/physician issues, including compensation, employment and practice acquisitions
    • Health care entity mergers, acquisitions, and affiliations; strategic partnerships and network formation and operations; managed care contracting Medicare/Medicaid reimbursement matters
    • Health care industry experience

    Skills:

    The ideal candidate will be a high performer who can demonstrate the following:

    • Superior communication skills
    • Excellent academic credentials
    • Possess good interpersonal skills for communicating with attorneys and clients
    • Diligent and detail-oriented
    • Demonstrate an ability to work independently and productively
    • Strong inclination for developing business and growing a healthcare practice
    • Large law firm experience preferred
    • Portable book of business a plus

    EEO Statement: Armstrong Teasdale is an equal opportunity employer and will make all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws. At Armstrong Teasdale, we define diversity and inclusion broadly and focus on helping professionals of all races, religions, national origins, gender identities, ethnicities, sexual orientations and physical abilities feel a sense of belonging. Diversity and inclusion are core values of the firm, and we recognize the richness they bring to our workplace.

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    Associate – Patent (Electrical/Physics)

    Philadelphia, PA

    Armstrong Teasdale LLP is seeking experienced lateral associates in the Intellectual Property Services area for full-time positions in its St. Louis, Denver and Philadelphia offices.

    The candidate should preferably possess patent preparation and prosecution experience in electrical or physics areas. Patent attorneys assist with the preparation and prosecution of patent applications, patentability and clearance opinions, patent estate management, licensing and enforcement of patents for a diverse clientele.

    Successful applicants will have the exciting opportunity to learn from and work closely with energetic, highly experienced patent practitioners in a friendly, cooperative environment.

    Interested applicants must pay meticulous attention to detail, possess good interpersonal skills for communicating with attorneys and clients, demonstrate an ability to work independently and productively and show a strong interest in advancing a career in intellectual property law.

    Admission into a state bar and registration with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office are preferred.

    Salary is commensurate with experience. Generous merit-based and hours-based bonus program, 401(k) eligibility, team-based work environment and other benefits.

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    Associate – Patent (Electrical/Physics)

    Denver, CO

    Armstrong Teasdale LLP is seeking experienced lateral associates in the Intellectual Property Services area for full-time positions in its St. Louis, Denver and Philadelphia offices.

    The candidate should preferably possess patent preparation and prosecution experience in electrical or physics areas. Patent attorneys assist with the preparation and prosecution of patent applications, patentability and clearance opinions, patent estate management, licensing and enforcement of patents for a diverse clientele.

    Successful applicants will have the exciting opportunity to learn from and work closely with energetic, highly experienced patent practitioners in a friendly, cooperative environment.

    Interested applicants must pay meticulous attention to detail, possess good interpersonal skills for communicating with attorneys and clients, demonstrate an ability to work independently and productively and show a strong interest in advancing a career in intellectual property law.

    Admission into a state bar and registration with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office are preferred.

    Salary is commensurate with experience. Generous merit-based and hours-based bonus program, 401(k) eligibility, team-based work environment and other benefits.

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    Associate – Patent (Electrical/Physics)

    St. Louis, MO

    Armstrong Teasdale LLP is seeking experienced lateral associates in the Intellectual Property Services area for full-time positions in its St. Louis, Denver and Philadelphia offices.

    The candidate should preferably possess patent preparation and prosecution experience in electrical or physics areas. Patent attorneys assist with the preparation and prosecution of patent applications, patentability and clearance opinions, patent estate management, licensing and enforcement of patents for a diverse clientele.

    Successful applicants will have the exciting opportunity to learn from and work closely with energetic, highly experienced patent practitioners in a friendly, cooperative environment.

    Interested applicants must pay meticulous attention to detail, possess good interpersonal skills for communicating with attorneys and clients, demonstrate an ability to work independently and productively and show a strong interest in advancing a career in intellectual property law.

    Admission into a state bar and registration with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office are preferred. 

    Salary is commensurate with experience. Generous merit-based and hours-based bonus program, 401(k) eligibility, team-based work environment and other benefits.

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    Associate – Patent (Ph.D. or Master's in Chemistry)

    Philadelphia, PA

    Armstrong Teasdale is seeking an Intellectual Property associate with at least 2-3 years of experience to join us as a member of the Chemical and Biotechnology practice area in the representation of scientists, universities and other research institutions, startup companies and established companies. Clients are active in a variety of disciplines including: pharmaceuticals, biologics, nutritionals, chemicals, agricultural, diagnostics and medical devices.

    The candidate should expect to assist with the preparation and prosecution of patent applications, patentability and clearance opinions, patent estate management, licensing and enforcement of patents for a diverse clientele.

    Successful applicants will have the exciting opportunity to learn from and work closely with energetic, highly experienced patent practitioners in a friendly, cooperative environment.

    Interested applicants must pay meticulous attention to detail, possess good interpersonal skills for communicating with attorneys and clients, demonstrate an ability to work independently and productively, and show a strong interest in advancing a career in intellectual property law.

    Admission into a state bar and registration with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office are preferred. Particularly interested in applicants with a master's or Ph.D. in chemistry.

    Salary is commensurate with experience. Generous merit-based and hours-based bonus program, 401(k) eligibility, team-based work environment and other benefits.

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    Associate – Patent (Ph.D. or Master's in Chemistry)

    St. Louis, MO

    Armstrong Teasdale is seeking an Intellectual Property associate with at least 2-3 years of experience to join us as a member of the Chemical and Biotechnology practice area in the representation of scientists, universities and other research institutions, startup companies and established companies. Clients are active in a variety of disciplines including: pharmaceuticals, biologics, nutritionals, chemicals, agricultural, diagnostics and medical devices.

    The candidate should expect to assist with the preparation and prosecution of patent applications, patentability and clearance opinions, patent estate management, licensing and enforcement of patents for a diverse clientele.

    Successful applicants will have the exciting opportunity to learn from and work closely with energetic, highly experienced patent practitioners in a friendly, cooperative environment.

    Interested applicants must pay meticulous attention to detail, possess good interpersonal skills for communicating with attorneys and clients, demonstrate an ability to work independently and productively, and show a strong interest in advancing a career in intellectual property law. 

    Admission into a state bar and registration with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office are preferred. Particularly interested in applicants with a master's or Ph.D. in chemistry.

    Salary is commensurate with experience. Generous merit-based and hours-based bonus program, 401(k) eligibility, team-based work environment and other benefits.

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    Associate – Patent (Biotech)

    St. Louis, MO

    Armstrong Teasdale LLP is seeking experienced lateral associates in the Intellectual Property Services area for full-time positions, preferably in its St. Louis office.

    The candidate should have at least 3 years of experience in the intellectual property field and a technical background in biology, biochemistry or a related field.  Patent attorneys assist with the preparation and prosecution of patent applications, patentability and clearance opinions, patent estate management, licensing and enforcement of patents for a diverse clientele.

    Interested applicants must pay meticulous attention to detail, possess good interpersonal skills for communicating with attorneys and clients, demonstrate an ability to work independently and productively and show a strong interest in advancing a career in intellectual property law.

    Admission into a state bar and registration with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office are preferred. 

    Salary is commensurate with experience. Generous merit-based and hours-based bonus program, 401(k) eligibility, team-based work environment and other benefits.

    We are not currently accepting resumes from search firms for this position.

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    Associate – Patent (Software / Electrical / Mechanical)

    Philadelphia, PA

    Armstrong Teasdale LLP is seeking experienced lateral associates in the Intellectual Property Services area for full-time positions in the Denver office.

    The candidate should preferably possess patent preparation and prosecution experience in the software, electrical, or mechanical areas. Patent attorneys assist with the preparation and prosecution of patent applications, patentability and clearance opinions, patent estate management, licensing and enforcement of patents for a diverse clientele.

    Successful applicants will have the exciting opportunity to learn from and work closely with energetic, highly experienced patent practitioners in a friendly, cooperative environment.

    Interested applicants must pay meticulous attention to detail, possess good interpersonal skills for communicating with attorneys and clients, demonstrate an ability to work independently and productively and show a strong interest in advancing a career in intellectual property law.

    Admission into a state bar and registration with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office are preferred. All technical backgrounds will be considered.

    Salary is commensurate with experience. Generous merit-based and hours-based bonus program, 401(k) eligibility, team-based work environment and other benefits.

    All inquiries will be kept in strict confidence.  

    We are currently not accepting resumes from search firms for this position.

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    Associate – Patent (Software / Electrical / Mechanical)

    Denver, CO

    Armstrong Teasdale LLP is seeking experienced lateral associates in the Intellectual Property Services area for full-time positions in the Denver office.

    The candidate should preferably possess patent preparation and prosecution experience in the software, electrical, or mechanical areas. Patent attorneys assist with the preparation and prosecution of patent applications, patentability and clearance opinions, patent estate management, licensing and enforcement of patents for a diverse clientele.

    Successful applicants will have the exciting opportunity to learn from and work closely with energetic, highly experienced patent practitioners in a friendly, cooperative environment.

    Interested applicants must pay meticulous attention to detail, possess good interpersonal skills for communicating with attorneys and clients, demonstrate an ability to work independently and productively and show a strong interest in advancing a career in intellectual property law.

    Admission into a state bar and registration with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office are preferred. All technical backgrounds will be considered.

    Salary is commensurate with experience. Generous merit-based and hours-based bonus program, 401(k) eligibility, team-based work environment and other benefits.

    All inquiries will be kept in strict confidence.

    We are currently not accepting resumes from search firms for this position.

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    Associate – Patent (Software / Electrical / Mechanical)

    St. Louis, MO

    Armstrong Teasdale LLP is seeking experienced lateral associates in the Intellectual Property Services area for full-time positions in the St. Louis office.

    The candidate should preferably possess patent preparation and prosecution experience in the software, electrical, or mechanical areas. Patent attorneys assist with the preparation and prosecution of patent applications, patentability and clearance opinions, patent estate management, licensing and enforcement of patents for a diverse clientele.

    Successful applicants will have the exciting opportunity to learn from and work closely with energetic, highly experienced patent practitioners in a friendly, cooperative environment.

    Interested applicants must pay meticulous attention to detail, possess good interpersonal skills for communicating with attorneys and clients, demonstrate an ability to work independently and productively and show a strong interest in advancing a career in intellectual property law.

    Admission into a state bar and registration with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office are preferred. All technical backgrounds will be considered.

    Salary is commensurate with experience. Generous merit-based and hours-based bonus program, 401(k) eligibility, team-based work environment and other benefits.

    All inquiries will be kept in strict confidence.

    We are currently not accepting resumes from search firms for this position.

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    Associate – Patent (Software / Electrical / Mechanical)

    Las Vegas, NV

    Armstrong Teasdale LLP is seeking experienced lateral associates in the Intellectual Property Services area for full-time positions in the Las Vegas office.

    The candidate should preferably possess patent preparation and prosecution experience in the software, electrical, or mechanical areas. Patent attorneys assist with the preparation and prosecution of patent applications, patentability and clearance opinions, patent estate management, licensing and enforcement of patents for a diverse clientele.

    Successful applicants will have the exciting opportunity to learn from and work closely with energetic, highly experienced patent practitioners in a friendly, cooperative environment.

    Interested applicants must pay meticulous attention to detail, possess good interpersonal skills for communicating with attorneys and clients, demonstrate an ability to work independently and productively and show a strong interest in advancing a career in intellectual property law.

    Admission into a state bar and registration with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office are preferred. All technical backgrounds will be considered. Particularly interested in applicants offering a Master’s Degree in Chemistry.

    Salary is commensurate with experience. Generous merit-based and hours-based bonus program, 401(k) eligibility, team-based work environment and other benefits.

    All inquiries will be kept in strict confidence.

    We are currently not accepting resumes from search firms for this position.

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    Associate – Patent (Software / Electrical / Mechanical)

    Kansas City, MO

    Armstrong Teasdale LLP is seeking experienced lateral associates in the Intellectual Property Services area for full-time positions in the Kansas City office.

    The candidate should preferably possess patent preparation and prosecution experience in the software, electrical, or mechanical areas. Patent attorneys assist with the preparation and prosecution of patent applications, patentability and clearance opinions, patent estate management, licensing and enforcement of patents for a diverse clientele.

    Successful applicants will have the exciting opportunity to learn from and work closely with energetic, highly experienced patent practitioners in a friendly, cooperative environment.

    Interested applicants must pay meticulous attention to detail, possess good interpersonal skills for communicating with attorneys and clients, demonstrate an ability to work independently and productively and show a strong interest in advancing a career in intellectual property law.

    Admission into a state bar and registration with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office are preferred. All technical backgrounds will be considered. Particularly interested in applicants offering a Master’s Degree in Chemistry.

    Salary is commensurate with experience. Generous merit-based and hours-based bonus program, 401(k) eligibility, team-based work environment and other benefits.

    All inquiries will be kept in strict confidence.

    We are currently not accepting resumes from search firms for this position.

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    Associate – Patent (Electrical/Computer Science)

    Philadelphia, PA

    Armstrong Teasdale LLP is seeking experienced lateral associates in the Intellectual Property Services area for full-time positions in its Philadelphia office.

    The candidate should preferably possess patent preparation and prosecution experience in electrical or computer science areas. Patent attorneys assist with the preparation and prosecution of patent applications, patentability and clearance opinions, patent estate management, licensing and enforcement of patents for a diverse clientele.

    Successful applicants will have the exciting opportunity to learn from and work closely with energetic, highly experienced patent practitioners in a friendly, cooperative environment.

    Interested applicants must pay meticulous attention to detail, possess good interpersonal skills for communicating with attorneys and clients, demonstrate an ability to work independently and productively and show a strong interest in advancing a career in intellectual property law.

    Admission into a state bar and registration with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office are preferred. 

    Salary is commensurate with experience. Generous merit-based and hours-based bonus program, 401(k) eligibility, team-based work environment and other benefits.

    We are currently not accepting resumes from search firms for this position.

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    Associate – IP Litigation

    Denver, CO

    Armstrong Teasdale LLP is seeking an IP Litigation Associate for a full-time position in its Denver office.

    We are seeking candidates with a technical background (science or engineering). IP litigation experience is required. The applicant should be a registered patent attorney or be qualified to sit for the U.S. Patent Bar Examination.

    The ideal candidate will demonstrate excellent research and writing skills, possess strong communication skills, and be interested in conducting actual trial work.

    Interested candidates should apply by submitting a resume and writing sample.

    We are currently not accepting resumes from search firms for this position.

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    Associate – IP Litigation

    Las Vegas, NV

    Armstrong Teasdale LLP is seeking an IP Litigation Associate for a full-time position in its Las Vegas office.

    We are seeking candidates with a technical background (science or engineering). IP litigation experience is required. The applicant should be a registered patent attorney or be qualified to sit for the U.S. Patent Bar Examination.

    The ideal candidate will demonstrate excellent research and writing skills, possess strong communication skills, and be interested in conducting actual trial work.

    Interested candidates should apply by submitting a resume and writing sample.

    We are currently not accepting resumes from search firms for this position.

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    Associate – IP Litigation

    Kansas City, MO

    Armstrong Teasdale LLP is seeking an IP Litigation Associate for a full-time position in its Kansas City office.

    We are seeking candidates with a technical background (science or engineering). IP litigation experience is required. The applicant should be a registered patent attorney or be qualified to sit for the U.S. Patent Bar Examination.

    The ideal candidate will demonstrate excellent research and writing skills, possess strong communication skills, and be interested in conducting actual trial work.

    Interested candidates should apply by submitting a resume and writing sample.

    We are currently not accepting resumes from search firms for this position.

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    Associate – IP Litigation

    Philadelphia, PA

    Armstrong Teasdale LLP is seeking an IP Litigation Associate for a full-time position in its Philadelphia office.

    We are seeking candidates with a technical background (science or engineering). IP litigation experience is preferred. The applicant should be a registered patent attorney or be qualified to sit for the U.S. Patent Bar Examination.

    The ideal candidate will demonstrate excellent research and writing skills, possess strong communication skills, and be interested in conducting actual trial work.

    Interested candidates should apply by submitting a resume and writing sample.

    We are currently not accepting resumes from search firms for this position.

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    Associate – IP Litigation

    St. Louis, MO

    Armstrong Teasdale LLP is seeking an IP Litigation Associate for a full-time position in the St. Louis office.

    We are seeking candidates with a technical background (science or engineering). IP litigation experience is required. The applicant should be a registered patent attorney or be qualified to sit for the U.S. Patent Bar Examination.

    The ideal candidate will demonstrate excellent research and writing skills, possess strong communication skills, and be interested in conducting actual trial work.

    We are currently not accepting resumes from search firms for this position.

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