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This position is located in the Legal Division, Litigation and Resolutions Branch, Professional Liability and Financial Crimes Section of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
Salary reflects a pay cap for this position of 243,500.00
Additional selections may be made from this vacancy announcement to fill identical vacancies that occur subsequent to this announcement.
- Provide counseling and legal advice to professional liability and financial crimes investigative units and assist them in developing sufficient facts to determine whether there is a basis for suit against the former officers, directors, attorneys, accountants, other professionals, their insurers, or the bonding company of a closed insured financial institution. Identify legal issues related to professional liability and financial crimes matters and analyze and make recommendations regarding whether these claims should be abandoned or pursued.
- Lead ad hoc teams created to work on specific cases or issues. Give public addresses on matters relating to financial crimes and to director's liability, attorney malpractice, accountant's liability, banker's blanket bond suits, and other professional liability matters.
- Directly, or through other attorneys under the incumbent's supervision, prepare legal documents, research and analyze facts and law, develop cases by making strategic and tactical plans for litigation incident to lawsuits against professionals or their insurers.
- Maintain close communications with outside law firms and obtains views of FDIC officials and federal and state agencies on significant developments relating to the prosecution of financial crimes and legal actions against professionals or their insurers.
- Coordinates and negotiates with other government agencies to ensure maximum recoveries to the FDIC relating to criminal matters involving financial institutions fraud; and reviews and makes recommendations regarding the pursuit of criminal and civil matters involving financial institution fraud, forfeiture, restitution, and civil money penalties.
- Oversees preparation of legal analyses and recommendations on establishing policy for selected civil fraud investigations and litigation undertaken by the FDIC.
Occasional travel - Occasional Overnight Travel Is Required.
Who May Apply
This job is open to…Internal Employees
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