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Request for Proposal Legal Services

Request for Proposal for Legal Services For the Period
May 1, 2016 to May 31, 2016

INQUIRIES AND PROPOSALS SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO:
Korrie Ervin
Assistant to the President
Montgomery Community College
1011 Page Street
Troy, NC 27371
Phone: 910­576­6222 ext. 213 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Please click here for a pdf version of this RFP.

I. General Information

A. Purpose. This request for proposal (RFP) is to contract for legal services to be provided for Montgomery Community College as a retainer.

B. Who May Respond. Only attorneys who are currently licensed to practice law in North Carolina and maintain an office in Montgomery County, NC, or the primary partner lives in Montgomery County, NC, may respond to the RFP.

C. Instructions on Proposal Submission.

1. Closing Submission Date. Proposals must be submitted no later than 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 31, 2016.

2. Inquiries. Inquiries concerning this RFP should be mailed to: Korrie Ervin
Assistant to the President
Montgomery Community College
1011 Page Street
Troy, NC 27371
Or mailed to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

II. SCOPE OF SERVICES. The Offeror shall be readily available to perform the following legal services, as requested by the President and/or Board of Trustees:
1. Review, draft, and negotiate contracts and leases.
2. Advise on corporate and tax­ exempt organization legal issues.
3. Advise on individual labor and employment matters.
4. Review personnel, fiscal and other policies, as well as Board By­Laws.
5. Attend Board of Trustees meeting and committee meetings as necessary.
6. Advise on government grant and contract issues.
7. Advise on responses to subpoenas, court orders, and requests for information from third parties.
8. Defend lawsuits, administrative claims or other legal claims.
9. Conduct litigation as necessary.
10. Other legal services as needed.

III. PROPOSAL CONTENTS. The Offeror, in its proposal, shall, as a minimum, include the following

A. Legal Experience. The Offeror should describe its legal experience, including the names, addresses, contact persons, and telephone numbers of at least three clients, preferably including clients similar to Montgomery Community College. Experience should include the following categories:

1. Experience advising nonprofit organizations
2. Experience advising clients conducting similar programs and government funded services

B. Organization, Size, Structure, and Areas of Practice. If the Offeror is a firm, it should describe its organization, size structure, areas of practice and office location(s). Indicate, if appropriate, if the firm is a small or minority/owned business. Also include copy of Equal Opportunity/Affirmation Action Policy, if the firm has one.

C. Attorney Qualification. The Offeror should have experience in the following areas: non­profit and tax­exempt organizations; real estate, including bond financing; government grants and contracts; labor and employment, and general business operations. The Offeror should describe the qualification of attorneys to be assigned to the representation. Descriptions should include:

1. Professional and education background of each attorney.
2. Overall supervision to be exercised.
3. Prior experience of the individual attorneys with respect to the required experience listed above. Only include resumes of attorneys likely to be assigned to the representation. Education, position in firm, years and types of experience, and continuing professional education will be considered.

D. Price. The Offeror's proposed price should include information on the hourly billing rates of each attorney or other legal staff who is expected to work on this representation and charges for expenses, if any, such as legal research, copies and faxes. Also include a monthly flat fee that would be charged to advise on routine matters that could be handled over the telephone or otherwise without extensive research or other legal work. Montgomery Community College reserves the right to negotiate with the Offeror on the structure of the billing and/or retainer fee.

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