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    The Office of Distributions (OD) handles all distributions in enforcement actions where a disgorgement fund exists, or whenever a Fair Fund is created by the Commission or the Courts pursuant to the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.

    If selected, you will join a well-respected team that is responsible for developing and implementing distribution plans that compensate harmed investors.

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    • The Trial Attorney (Distributions) conducts litigation, implements all distributions aspects of civil and administrative proceedings assigned by the Division, and makes Commission recommendations for distribution plan approval.
    • Manages and handles litigation issues resulting from challenges to distribution plans by preparing motions and memorandum in support to amend final judgments, or to modify distributions plans.
    • Establishes a working rapport with other Enforcement attorneys, and staff within OGC, OCC, DERA , OIEA, OFM and OS to collaborate on distributions matters as necessary.
    • Provides legal advice and assistance to management and staff of the Enforcement Division, including the negotiation and settlement of pending cases and obtaining information for potential distributions.
    • Serves as an internal fund administrator.
    • Provides oversight for, or directly participates in the distribution of monetary recoveries from judgments and administrative orders.
    • Works with the Division of Economic Risk and Analysis to formulate economic allocation methodologies that reflect the harm caused by the underlying securities law violations.
    • Selects and supervises third-party administrators in the development and implementation of distribution plans that are fair and reasonable.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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    0905 Attorney

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