If selected, you will serve as the Miami Regional Office's Regional Trial Counsel and will be responsible for leading a well-respected team of trial attorneys; for overseeing the litigation of civil and administrative proceedings brought by the SEC under federal laws; and for advocating and speaking on behalf of the SEC on a variety of legal matters and dealings with private sector entities and government officials from federal and state organizations.Learn more about this agency
- Plans, organizes, and conducts or supervises trials of the most difficult, complex and highly sensitive cases, which typically result in the establishment of innovative trial techniques and/or major legal precedents. Cases generate exceptional interest on the part of the government, the defendant/respondent, and/or the public; often have far reaching legal consequences; and may involve high-level officials and counsel of the largest corporations in the United States.
- Advises SEC executive management with regard to legal strategy for particularly important and sensitive cases. Provides guidance and consultation to agency staff on issues and questions relating to litigation and trial conduct.
- Provides effective leadership in the preparation, review, and revision of all case related legal papers, briefs, and memorandum in assigned litigation cases. Prepares witnesses and experts for deposition and trial testimony and deals with opposing counsel. Synthesizes divergent views and facts into a uniform and consistent form for the conduct of litigation.
- Exercises the full range of supervisory and personnel management responsibilities pertinent to work performed by professional staff. Assures the fulfillment of requirements for a quality legal product and the continued development of staff to meet changing legal requirements and contingencies in support of the SEC's mission.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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