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The Legal Department of JPMorgan Chase & Co is responsible for the provision of legal services to the Corporation and is organized by practice groups that generally align with the Corporation’s lines of business and corporate staff areas. This structure encourages legal teams and businesses and staff areas to discuss legal, regulatory and business developments effectively and in a timely manner.
The QC Attorney is responsible for ensuring that all sworn documents executed by the Discovery Response Analysts comply with the Sworn Document Execution Policy and Procedures. The sworn documents are executed in active foreclosure related litigation and title litigation. The QC Attorney will primarily be charged with reviewing sworn documents and supporting documents for errors or misapplication of guidelines as well as other special projects as needed. In this function, the QC Attorney works very closely with colleagues in the Legal Department and outside counsel to assess accuracy of information as well as responsiveness to Discovery Requests in order to help Chase defend the lawsuit. The QC Attorney must perform extensive systematic and process related loan account research. The QC Attorney must be extremely detail oriented, able to multi task and meet deadlines. The QC Attorney must also know how to prioritize their work and appropriately escalate issues requiring special attention. Failure to do so could result in significant losses to the investor and/or to Chase. The QC Attorney must be able to achieve positive results while dealing in a high volume, stressful environment. The QC Attorney must have excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. A strong command and deep knowledge of the foreclosure process and all related processes is essential. Litigation experience and legal training are required.
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