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Lombardi - Lawyer - San Diego, CA, USA

Michael Lombardi

San Diego, CA, USA

Services

Lawyer

Work History

Special Agent

FBI

August 2004 - January 2013

08/2004 to 01/2013
San Diego, CA, United States $101,000 per year
Average hours per week: 50
Special Agent Federal Grade: GS-1811-13

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:
INVESTIGATION: Investigated criminal cases, including kidnapping, extortion, bank robberies, threatening communications, murder for hire, cybercrimes, identity theft, domestic terrorism, fraud, criminal enterprises, drug trafficking, and fugitives, working with state and local authorities, composing criminal complaints, affidavits, search warrants, and interview reports, as well as participating in the arrest and prosecution of 200+ criminal offenders in state and federal court.

LEGAL ACUMEN: Considered Subject Matter Expert (SME) in legal field, assisting peers and superiors with extensive knowledge during demanding situations. Lead cases involving kidnap for ransom of American citizens in Mexico and United States (U.S.), including organization of ransom payments and rescue of victims in conjunction with local and foreign law and government agencies. Practiced as Relief Chief Division Counsel with skill in Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), workers' compensation, disciplinary and other personnel matters, and criminal and national security legal issues, settling high-profile arrests and searches, forfeiture matters, cellular phone tracking, and privacy considerations, undercover operations, and personnel issues.

LIAISON: Secured harbors and airports of San Diego as FBI Airport and Maritime Liaison Agent, collaborating with local authorities and personnel involved in safety, enforcement, and prosecution of state and federal laws. Trained as Crisis Situation and Hostage Negotiator, Evidence Response Team (ERT) Alternate Team Leader.

WRITTEN AND ORAL COMMUNICATION: Authored numerous criminal complaints, affidavits, search warrants, interview reports and other communications to successfully prosecute criminal offenders in State and Federal Court. Authored numerous and...

Associate Attorney, Litigation Section

Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman and Goggin

September 2003 - August 2004

Roseland, NJ, United States $75,000 per year
Average hours per week: 50
Associate Attorney, Litigation Section Federal Grade: N/A
Supervisor: George Helfrich Phone: 973-618-4141

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:
LEGAL ACUMEN: Defended and settled court cases against school districts, police and fire departments, and other public units and employees in §1983. Advised and supported clients in cases involving civil rights, employment, and personal injury in state and federal court, researching and gathering evidence; interpreting laws, rulings, and regulations through knowledge of decisions, ordinances, and statutes; analyzing probable outcomes based on legal precedents; developing strategies; preparing and drafting documents, legal briefs, and opinions; and evaluating findings.

WRITTEN AND ORAL COMMUNICATIONS: Responded in writing to pre-trial motions. Wrote and answered pleadings and discovery. Composed and argued legal briefs and motions. Interviewed and prepared witnesses for deposition and trial, including recording and defending depositions of fact and expert witnesses. Argued motions in state and federal court.

LAWS, POLICIES, AND PROCEDURES: Ensured clients received all benefits afforded under law through effective and timely communications, professional counsel and objectivity, and mindfulness of law. Maintain privileged information, ensuring guarding of personal client information. Provided fair and accurate written and oral statements of fact to court. Upheld established federal, state, and local laws and U.S. Constitution as well as the rights of the individual.

ACCOMPLISHMENTS:
*Prepared, filed, and successfully argued a motion for summary judgment on a complex civil rights matter in U.S. District Court, resulting in dismissal of all but one of the numerous claims against City of Asbury Park.

Deputy Attorney General

New Jersey (NJ) Attorney General's Office

September 1999 - August 2003

, Treasury, Insurance and Securities Sections, Pensions and Benefits, Special Education, and Defense of Public Entities
09/1999 to 08/2003

Trenton, NJ, United States $50,000 per year
Average hours per week: 40
Deputy Attorney General Federal Grade: N/A
Supervisor: Deputy Attorney General Meg Holland Phone: 619-292-4925

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:
LEGAL ACUMEN: Represented state agencies and officials in state and federal court on trial and appellate matters, offering counsel on legal matters, including bankruptcy, pensions, and benefits; special education matters; and insurance, securities, and tax fraud. Prepared pleadings and other legal materials for trials, hearings, and other legal proceedings, presenting criminal and civil measures and regulations and giving legal advice to grand juries, attorneys, county counsels, officials, and representatives of public agencies. Presented and argued cases in court, utilizing knowledge of principles of civil and criminal law, methods and practices of pleading and discovery, and judicial procedures and rules of evidence. Performed legal research.

WRITTEN AND ORAL COMMUNICATIONS: Prepared legal briefs and successfully argued complex legal issues involving bankruptcy, insurance, tax, and securities fraud matters for the New Jersey (NJ) Department of Treasury, resulting in substantial revenue for NJ State and use myriad times by the Bureau of Securities and other State agencies handling consumer affairs prosecutions to secure the state's claims and provide restitution to defrauded consumers. Responded in writing to pre-trial motions. Wrote and answered pleadings and discovery. Composed and argued legal briefs and motions. Interviewed and prepared witnesses for deposition and trial, including recording and defending depositions of fact and expert witnesses. Argued motions before various state and federal courts at the administrative, trial and appellate level.

ACCOMPLISHMENTS:
*Lauded for handling...

Qualifications & Certifications

Rutgers University Law School

English/Political Science

Drew University

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