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ProfileAtlanta office of our client seeks supervising attorney with 8+ years of litigation/courtroom experience and default management (foreclosure, title, bankruptcy, evictions and REO). The candidate will be responsible for managing the attorneys and employees of the Tennessee Division of the firm, whose primary clients are mortgage lenders and servicers, banks, and other mortgage investors throughout the region. Will serve in the compliance with FHA, VA, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and loan servicer/investor guidelines. Be responsible for the development, forecasting and managing of the department annual P&L. Manage and direct a team of Attorneys, Managers, Supervisors, and legal professionals providing both legal and operational oversight as required with daily business operations for the judicial foreclosure process for the State of Tennessee. Utilize expert legal knowledge and experience as necessary to manage the litigation process on behalf of National Lending Institutions with an emphasis on mortgage foreclosures and the defense of clients in complex civil litigation cases, including the analysis and preparation of case management strategy, the mitigation of client exposure, and compliance. Manage and develop existing and potential business. Attend mediations, trials, and hearings, and other duties as assigned. Be accountable for legal, risk mitigation and cost control while remaining compliant with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and the Office of Comptroller of the Currency (OCC). Collaborate with executive manage, senior leadership, and team members throughout the firm, including Bankruptcy, Litigation, Title, REO, Human Resources, Accounting, and IT Departments, to ensure operational and legal compliance. Should be Member of the State Bar while maintaining all necessary licensing and continuing legal education requirements Experience managing employees and P&L responsibility is required.
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