Senior Corporate Paralegal

FanaticsNew York, New YorkFull TimeRemote

Company Overview
Fanatics is building a leading global digital sports platform. The company ignites the passions of global sports fans and maximizes the presence and reach for hundreds of sports partners globally by offering innovative products and services across Fanatics Commerce, Fanatics Collectibles, and Fanatics Betting & Gaming, allowing sports fans to Buy, Collect and Bet. Through the Fanatics platform, sports fans can buy licensed fan gear, jerseys, lifestyle and streetwear products, headwear, and hardgoods; collect physical and digital trading cards, sports memorabilia, and other digital assets; and bet as the company builds its Sportsbook and iGaming platform. Fanatics has an established database of over 100 million global sports fans, a global partner network with over 900 sports properties, including major national and international professional sports leagues, teams, players associations, athletes, celebrities, colleges, and college conferences, and over 2,000 retail locations, including its Lids retail business stores. 
As a market leader with more than 18,000 employees, and hundreds of partners, suppliers, and vendors worldwide, we take responsibility for driving toward more ethical and sustainable practices. We are committed to building an inclusive Fanatics community, reflecting and representing society at every level of the business, including our employees, vendors, partners and fans. Fanatics is also dedicated to making a positive impact in the communities where we all live, work, and play through strategic philanthropic initiatives.
Job Summary: 
The Senior Corporate Paralegal will be responsible for managing and working on a variety of corporate legal matters, with a focus on corporate governance and corporate organization, and will report directly to corporate in-house counsel and partner with finance, human resources, and other teams at Fanatics.

Essential Job Functions:

    • Manage and actively assist on a variety of corporate legal issues, projects, and initiatives, as needed
    • Manage and actively assist with the preparation, organization and delivery of materials for Board and Board Committee meetings and the annual stockholder meeting, as applicable
    • Support the Board of Director needs and requests, including preparing annual D&O questionnaires
    • Actively assist with statutory, regulatory, corporate governance and compliance, and industry-standard requirements, including anti-money laundering, Know Your Client, FATCA regulation certifications, documentation, and back-up materials
    • Coordinate with fund administrators to manage and oversee compliance requests, investment submissions, and related materials
    • Provide deal management support for M&A, finance, and other corporate transactions
    • Oversight and coordination of subsidiary management, including:
    • International and U.S. entity governance and maintenance
    • Formation and dissolution of entities, changes in entity organization and management, and other changes for the corporate structure
    • Draft and review minutes, resolutions, powers of attorney, and corporate organizational documents, including certificates of incorporation and bylaws
    • Coordinate with outside counsel and various agencies and authorities with respect to entity filings, governance, and maintenance
    • Drafting new templates, including for non-disclosure agreements
    • Manage and maintain the tracking of deal documents and internal records
    • Perform other related duties as assigned

Required Experience:

    • 5+ years of experience as a corporate paralegal in a law firm or in-house (mix of in-house and firm experience is preferred)


    • Bachelors' Degree required

Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities:

    • Must have excellent oral and written communication skills
    • Highly motivated; organized systems thinker; problem-solving mentality
    • Strong project management skills; ability to handle multiple projects and matters comprehensively and with great attention to detail in a fast-paced environment
    • Team player with the ability to work with all levels of the organization 
    • Service-Oriented mindset; ability to adjust to shifting priorities; flexible to work evenings and weekend hours as needed
    • Unassailable integrity and ethics
The salary range for this position is $110,000 to $130,000, which represents base pay only and does not include short-term or long-term incentive compensation. When determining base pay, as part of a final compensation package, we consider several factors such as location, experience, qualifications, and training. 
Ensure your Fanatics job offer is legitimate and don’t fall victim to fraud.  Fanatics never seeks payment from job applicants. Feel free to ask your recruiter for a phone call or other type of communication for interview, and ensure your communication is coming from a Fanatics or Fanatics Brand email address.  For added security, where possible, apply through our company website at
Tryouts are open at Fanatics! Our team is passionate, talented, unified, and charged with creating the fan experience of tomorrow. The ball is in your court now.
Fanatics is committed to responsible planning and purchasing (RPP) practices, working with its business partners across its global and multi-layered supply chain, to ensure that planning, sourcing, and purchasing decisions, along with other supporting processes, do not impede or conflict with the fulfillment of Fanatics’ fair labor practices.
NOTICE TO CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS/APPLICANTS: In connection with your application, we collect information that identifies, reasonably relates to or describes you (“Personal Information”). The categories of Personal Information that we collect include your name, government issued identification number(s), email address, mailing address, other contact information, emergency contact information, employment history, educational history, criminal record, and demographic information.  We collect and use those categories of Personal Information about you for human resources and other business management purposes, including identifying and evaluating you as a candidate for potential or future employment or other types of positions, recordkeeping in relation to recruiting and hiring, conducting criminal background checks as permitted by law, conducting analytics, and ensuring compliance with applicable legal requirements and Company policies. For additional information on how we collect and use personal information in connection with your job application, review our Candidate Privacy Policy-CA

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