9.4 Contacts with the Public and Media
All restrictions concerning public and media contacts applicable
during your representation of the FDIC continue after your
representation concludes. These restrictions are discussed in
Chapter 1, Section 1.10.
9.5 Identifying FDIC as a Former Client
You may list FDIC as a former client in published materials provided
you comply with the guidance discussed in
Chapter 1, Section 1.2.
9.6 Compliance with Subpoenas and Other Court Orders
you are served with a subpoena, court order or other legal process
relating to your representation of the FDIC, you must immediately
notify the FDIC’s General Counsel, and may not disclose FDIC records
or provide testimony without authorization from the FDIC.
This requirement and the follow-up steps are discussed in FDIC
12 C.F.R. §§ 309.7(b) and (c).
You agree to cooperate with the FDIC, if the Legal Division decides
to appeal or challenge the subpoena or order. Under no circumstances
should it be construed that FDIC will represent you in this matter
or reimburse you for any legal fees or other expenses you may incur
in complying with this requirement. However, FDIC will consider
requests for reimbursement on a case-by-case basis.