Should paralegals identify themselves at the conclusion of a letter and/or fax if it is sent by them at the attorney’s request?

Paralegals must always identify themselves by name and title on any business correspondence they send. This includes email, faxes (and fax cover sheets) as well as regular “paper” letters or documents. It matters not to whom the letter is addressed or by whom it was requested; if it is business correspondence or documentation on which the paralegal’s name appears, the paralegal’s title must also be included. This applies to business cards and letterhead on which the paralegal’s name appears.