This position is located in the Legal Division, Supervision and Legislation Branch, Enforcement Section, of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and provides support in connection with administrative hearings, appeals, litigation, advisory services, and/or policy formulation.
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- Conducts legal research using library references, files, corporate records, private and governmental studies, computer databases, and other pertinent sources to supply needed legal or factual information for inclusion in memoranda, directives and pleadings.
- Analyzes data, develops recommendations and justifications for the attorneys for use in interpretation and advisory requests, or in complex litigation cases.
- Prepares legal memoranda, pleadings and other documents in response to requests for information relating to the specialty areas of the Enforcement Section. Examples include the areas of FDIC rules and regulations, litigation, alternative dispute resolutions, Freedom of Information Act requests, Congressional inquiries, federal banking laws, resolutions of failed banks, management reports and statistical data.
- Organizes and maintains pleadings, evidentiary documents and other materials, including electronically stored information (ESI), and matter files for the Enforcement Section.
- Develops, tracks and maintains databases and prepares various case status reports for cases in litigation. Develops statistics and charts, conducts analyses and prepares graphs and tables to illustrate results. May encode substantive case materials for entry into computer, retrieves and analyses materials through data searches.
Occasional travel - Occasional overnight travel may be required.
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