Criminal Law Attorney Litigation Insurance Attorney in Irvine CA
Date Last Verified
Years of Experience
Min 5 yrs required
Criminal Law >> Criminal Law
Litigation >> Litigation - Insurance
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The candidate will investigate complaints of suspected improper workplace activity including work place claims of harassment, discrimination, retaliation and violation of Providence firm policies and procedures for all locations. Conduct highly sensitive, critical, confidential and time sensitive investigations. Interview witnesses, analyze complex information, and conduct research and preparing reports of investigations. Interact with all levels, including senior internal and external personnel. Responsible for providing accurate and timely oral and written reports of investigation activities to the Director of Investigations, Senior Vice President (SVP)/Chief Risk Officer, and other senior executives. Exercise judgment in selecting investigation methods, techniques and evaluation criteria for obtaining appropriate results. Report to the Director of Investigations and assist in overseeing firm's response regarding whistleblower complaints, administrative processes, claims of harassment, discrimination and retaliation filed under staff personnel policy and whistleblower policies. Collaborate with numerous firm employees including but not limited to other investigators, compliance personnel, Office of Legal Affairs, Human Resource Personnel, Internal Auditors, Police, and a variety of external representatives. Must have Bachelor's degree. Should have Law degree / advanced degree. State Bar License in a firm state is desired. Must have 5+ years of experience in fraud and abuse investigations. 5 years of experience in healthcare fraud is required. Demonstrated understanding of workplace investigations and process is needed. Knowledge of the workings of the law enforcement community and the ability to establish contacts with the police, FBI, district attorney's office, and other regulatory/investigatory agencies is must. Coursework/training in workplace misconduct investigations is preferred.