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Corporate Paralegal

Company Name:
BITSOFT INTERNATIONAL, INC.
Responsible for Company-wide corporate compliance (secretary of state filings, licensing, certificates of authority, etc.) and insurance department and other state compliance filings of the Company.
Prepare and file annual and other reports for multiple entities in 50 states and DC
Manage registered agent accounts for multiple entities in 50 states and DC, including maintenance of state corporate registration with various secretaries of state and insurance departments
Manage TPA licenses and make required filings in 50 states and DC
Prepare and file annual market conduct report, fraud plan, disaster recovery/business continuity plan and other required insurance filings
Maintain insurance complaint logs
Administer and maintain organization of billing approval and invoices for compliance filings
Assist with transaction closings, certificates, and other corporate documents, as requested
Support day-to-day operations of the legal department
Monitoring of various insurance regulations and keeping forms up to date.
Handle special projects and such other compliance related duties as assigned from time to time
Bachelors Degree in paralegal or related studies preferred
3-5 years prior experience an in-house legal department or law firm corporate department
Experience in an insurance company or within the insurance industry preferred
Hardworking, mature and able to work in a team environment as well as independently
Strong attention to detail and good judgment
Effective interpersonal, organizational and follow up skills
Good verbal and written communication skills
Ability to multi-task and maintain composure in a high-volume environment
Advanced knowledge with MS office products. including Word, Outlook, Excel and Power Point
Knowledge of how to keep up with mandatory form changes required by law
Paralegal, Corporate, Corporate Paralegal, Legal, Law, In-House, Insurance, Compliance, Amalgamated Life Insurance, New York, White Plains

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