DRS and SPL are each seeking one or more experienced attorneys for these positions.Learn more about this agency
The attorneys selected will be dedicated to the selecting Section's work pursuant to the Health Care Fraud and Abuse Control ("HCFAC") Program, with an emphasis on the Section's matters that seek to enforce compliance with the ADA's integration mandate by preventing unnecessary segregation of persons with disabilities in institutions such as mental health facilities, nursing facilities, and other congregate settings. Applicants who wish to be considered by only one of the Sections should identify that Section in the applicant's cover letter.
The incumbent will be responsible for duties such as, but not limited to: (1) personally handling sensitive and/or complex investigations, litigation, and negotiations; (2) contributing to the development of strategies and priorities for HCFAC and Olmstead enforcement; (3) coordinating with other federal agencies to develop strategies for effective and efficient information sharing and case referrals; and (4) conducting outreach. The incumbent will be responsible for screening and developing new matters, conducting comprehensive investigations involving in-person visits, interviewing witnesses, working with experts, analyzing data, drafting written recommendations including legal analyses, litigating Olmstead claims and negotiating, monitoring, and enforcing settlement agreements. Litigation associated with these investigations is typically complex, involving extensive discovery, pretrial motions practice, preliminary injunction hearings, trials, and post judgment enforcement. This position requires travel and may require extended hours.
25% or less - The position may require extended hours and significant travel.
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