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Litigation Support II

Martek Global Services, Inc. (“Martek”) is a Professional Services company headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland with an additional office in Huntsville, Alabama allowing us to be strategically structured to reinforce our nationwide support services.  For over two decades our experience and dedication to customer service has been unparalleled as we continue to service many of our original customers from 21 years ago.  From the beginning, Martek has established a solid reputation by seamlessly delivering solutions that have consistently exceeded both our commercial and government customers’ expectations.  These successes have been contributed to over 20 federal agencies/bureaus in over 200 cities in 40 states whose awards and testimonials have recognized our high level of service and dedication to our customer’s mission and goals.

Martek has been awarded several long-term Federal contracts to provide a wide range Legal talent.  We are currently looking for Litigation Support individuals with the required specialized training and experiences outlined below and who also has the ability to manage a rigorous workload for our busy clients.  In exchange for the right candidate, you will be rewarded with a well-paid, fully benefited, and exciting opportunity.


Job Description:

General Requirements

The Litigation Support II provides litigation support services in broad general areas within Martek's customer.  The job-site for this position is at a remote location and not Martek’s corporate office.  Therefore the Litigation Support II is required to practice independent judgment and discretion with all job related functions you perform at all times.  This position requires the involvement of sensitive customer matters, data, insight and task that are of significant value to our customer’s mission and goals. As such, the Litigation Support II is required to complete a Non-Disclosure Agreement and Non-Compete Agreements for Martek and its customer.  In addition, they will perform the advanced level tasks in the areas of, but not limited to, FOIA, Acquisitions, FOIA Appeals, and Indian Trust Litigation.

Responsibilities & Duties

The Litigation Support II will perform tasks to include, but not be limited to, the following:

  • Review of scanned images of documents, utilizing document review software applications, for privileged, confidential, or otherwise protected information, including information protected under attorney-client privilege, attorney work product privilege, deliberative process privilege, the Trade Secrets Act (TSA), the Privacy Act, and any other federal statute, law, or court order that requires or authorizes federal agencies to protect such information from disclosure
  • Review of hard copies of documents for privileged, confidential, or otherwise protected information, including information protected under attorney-client privilege, attorney work product privilege, and deliberative process privilege
  • Ability to effectively communicate both orally and in writing to convey, obtain, exchange information and documents with the relevant bureaus and offices and SOL supervising attorney.
  • Possess analytical ability, along with a knowledge of the methods used to gather, analyze, and evaluate information
  • Possess knowledge of the title standards, title opinions, title evidence, and the ability to review title evidence and make determinations and to create a title opinion recommendations
  • Knowledge of legal research techniques and the ability to apply this knowledge to the analysis of legal problems, preparation of legal documents, and the initiation of recommendations concerning various legal issues
  • Ability to communicate orally to convey, obtain, exchange information, and conduct fact-finding interviews with governmental personnel or individuals in businesses or other.
  • Ability to use basic office equipment
  • Other duties as assigned.


Job Qualifications:

Educational Requirements

May require Bachelor’s degree, or paralegal certification or its equivalent and 3-5 years of experience in the field or in a related area. Needs some supervision but can work independently

Experience Requirements

Has extensive knowledge of commonly-used concepts, practices, and procedures within a particulate field. Can work independently and may have a paralegal certification. Reports to an attorney or paralegal. Variances to the level of expertise requirements to meet the demand and nature of the request.




This job description shall be considered to be a Professional or Exempt Administrative ‘salaried’ position.

The non-manual day-to-day work described herein are services being provided directly to the general business operations of Martek’s customer.

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