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Interim CFTC Enforcement Attorney

Location: Remote
Job Order#: 7093
Date Posted: Jan 01, 0001
Lexitas is seeking a CFTC Enforcement Attorney, with 3 to 5  years of experience investigating and prosecuting Commodities Futures Trading Commission violations, for an interim position with our client.  This position is a part-time remote opportunity. This attorney in this position will conduct review of enforcements cases, legal research and writing and review of potential ISDA negotiations and agreements.

Candidates must possess the following skills, experience and attributes:
  • 3-5 years of CFTC enforcement experience
  • Experience conducting legal research and writing regarding financial regulations
  • JD from an ABA accredited law school
  • License to practice law in one US jurisdiction
If qualified and interested apply by submitting your resume.  Successful candidates will be required to complete a background check.

Since 1987, Lexitas has built our company upon a belief that having strong personal relationships with our clients, and providing reliable, accurate, and professional services is the driving force of our success and continued growth. Lexitas is a professional family of legal support companies that offers an array of services including local and national court reporting, legal video, medical record retrieval, registered agent services, and legal talent outsourcing. Our reach is truly national as well as international, and our hundreds of outstanding full-time staff and expert service providers are ready to deploy customized, high-quality solutions to our clients at virtually any time or place. For legal professionals who have critical and often immediate needs for expert, local and national legal support.


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