Harrison v. Ocean Bank
Harrison v. Ocean Bank, 614 Fed. Appx. 429 (11th Cir. 2015) (lead counsel for FDIC) (affirming under the APA a final decision of the FDIC that the payment of compensation under a settlement agreement between a bank and its fired senior vice president to stave off a suit for discrimination and retaliation fell within the definition of a golden parachute under 12 U.S.C. § 1828(k)(4) and, therefore, could not be paid by the bank without FDIC's authorization, although Harrison could pursue his statutory claims to judgment).