The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has named Elizabeth McFadden as its deputy general counsel for general law and management of the agency, a job that entails being the managing executive for the SEC’s Office of General Counsel, headed by Robert Stebbins.

The SEC said McFadden will provide daily oversight into representing the commission, its members and employees in litigation and will advise the commission and its divisions and offices on their legal responsibilities, personnel management and budget.

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