Verisign enables the security, stability, and resiliency of key internet infrastructure and services, including providing root zone maintainer services, operating two of the 13 global internet root servers, and providing registration services and authoritative resolution for the .com and .net top-level domains, which support the majority of global e-commerce.

Job Purpose:
Verisign’s Law Department is seeking an experienced, organized and detail-oriented paralegal professional to help support its global litigation and dispute resolution activities, including supporting compliance with all relevant third-party litigation.  This position will provide the right candidate with a unique opportunity to work on novel issues in an exciting, fast-paced environment.  
 
Key Accountabilities:
•    Provides legal and administrative support to the attorneys in the Verisign Law Department with sufficient oversight by attorneys
•    Maintains records and organizes materials in specified areas, including SharePoint sites and data rooms
•    Discharges responsibilities every day in a professional, friendly, and collaborative manner
•    Functions independently with a can-do attitude and a sense of humor 
•    Prioritizes effectively and professionally and shows good judgment and initiative
•    Ensures that management is apprised of deadlines and developments on a timely basis 
•    Proofs work product for errors, maintaining attention to detail

Required Qualifications/Must-haves:

•    At least 6 years of paralegal experience with law firm, government agency or in-house
•    Bachelor’s Degree and/or Paralegal Certificate
•    Proficient in Microsoft Office software suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) and other computer tools
•    Excellent written and oral communications skills
•    A thorough understanding of, and experience with, all phases of litigation and dispute resolution in U.S. federal and state courts
•    The ability to assist attorneys with all phases of litigation and dispute resolution in U.S. federal and state courts 
•    Experience managing compliance and discovery production relative to subpoenas, court orders and similar types of civil and criminal legal processes
•    The ability to perform legal research
•    The ability to organize and track files related to case documents and important transactions
•    The ability to obtain a thorough understanding of the Domain Name System (“DNS”) industry and its unique contractual, regulatory, policy and technical limitations
•    The ability to deal with ambiguous situations
•    The ability to collaborate effectively with employees at all levels in the Company
•    The ability to collaborate effectively with outside counsel and other third parties 

Preferred Qualifications/Nice-to-haves:
•    Experience investigating and responding to complaints 
•    Knowledge of the DNS ecosystem and Internet infrastructure 
•    Previous experience with cybersecurity issues
•    Previous experience with intellectual property issues
•    Previous experience with employment issues

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