Waiver to Obtain Attorney Fee Reimbursement: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Administrative Law and Governmental Relations of the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-ninth Congress, Second Session, on Waiver to Obtain Attorney Fee Reimbursement, March 20, 1986

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Sivu 52 - ... shall constitute a complete release of any claim against the United States and against any employee of the Government whose act or omission gave rise to the claim, by reason of the same subject matter.
Sivu 29 - If conflicts exist between the legal and factual positions of various employees in the same case which make it inappropriate for a single attorney to represent them all, the employees may be separated into as many compatible groups as is necessary to resolve the conflict problem and each group may be provided with separate representation. Circumstances may make it advisable that private representation be provided to all conflicting groups and that direct Justice Department representation be withheld...
Sivu 28 - Division will determine whether the employee's actions reasonably appear to have been performed within the scope of his employment, and whether providing representation is in the interest of the United States.
Sivu 30 - Where national security interests may be involved, the Department of Justice will consult with the agency employing the federal defendant seeking representation. (2) Federal payments to private counsel for an employee will cease if the private counsel violates any of the terms of the retention agreement or the Department of Justice. (i) Decides to seek an indictment of, or to file an information against, that employee on a federal criminal charge relating to the conduct concerning which representation...
Sivu 30 - Feb. 25, 1982] § 50.16 Representation of Federal employees by private counsel at Federal expense. (a) Representation by private counsel at federal expense is subject to the availability of funds and may be provided to a federal employee only in the instances described in § SO.lSCa) (6), (9) and (10), and in appropriate circumstances, for the purposes set forth in § 50.15(a)(2).
Sivu 28 - Representation of Federal officials and employees by Department of Justice attorneys or by private counsel furnished by the Department in civil and Congressional proceedings, and in state criminal proceedings in which Federal employees are sued or subpoenaed in their individual capacities. (a) Under the procedures set forth below, a federal employee (hereby defined to include present and former Federal officials and employees) may be provided representation in civil and Congressional proceedings...
Sivu 28 - No special form of request for representation is required when it is clear from the pleadings in a case that the employee is being sued solely in his official capacity and only equitable relief is sought. (See USAM 4-13.000) (1) When an employee believes he is entitled to representation by the Department of Justice in a proceeding, he must submit forthwith a written request for that representation, together with all process and pleadings served upon him, to his immediate supervisor or whomever is...
Sivu 30 - Department attorney on the case will seek to withdraw but will take all reasonable steps to avoid prejudice to the employee. (b) Representation is not available to a federal employee whenever: (1) The representation requested is in connection with a federal criminal proceeding; (2) The conduct with regard to which the employee desires representation does not reasonably appear to have been performed within the scope of his employment with the federal government; (3) It is otherwise determined by the...
Sivu 28 - Any adverse information communicated by the client-employee to an attorney during the course of such attorney-client relationship shall not be disclosed to anyone, either inside or outside the Department, other than attorneys responsible for representation of the employee, unless such disclosure is authorized by the employee. Such adverse information shall continue to be fully protected whether or not representation is provided, and even though representation may be denied or discontinued.
Sivu 28 - Unless the employee's employing federal agency concludes that representation is clearly unwarranted, it shall submit, in a timely manner, to the Civil Division or other appropriate litigating division (Antitrust, Civil Rights, Criminal, Land and Natural Resources or the Tax Division), a statement...

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