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Employee Benefits

The attorneys in our employee benefits practice have extensive experience in designing benefit plans and in-depth knowledge of federal and state compliance requirements that enable them to provide clients with specialized services tailored to their organizational and cost goals.

Our employee benefits attorneys have the expertise to handle virtually any benefits related matter, offering a full range of specialized services tailored to public and private employers and individuals including:

Tax-Qualified Deferred Compensation Plans

  • Profit-sharing plans
  • 401(k), 403(b), and 457 plans
  • Defined benefit pension plans
  • Stock bonus plans
  • Employee stock ownership plans

Health, Welfare and Fringe Benefit Plans

  • Group health plans (including COBRA and HIPAA issues)
  • Cafeteria plans
  • Health care flexible spending accounts
  • Dependent care flexible spending accounts
  • Health care reimbursement arrangements
  • Health savings accounts
  • Adoption assistance plans
  • Qualified transportation plans

Executive Compensation

  • Non-qualified deferred compensation plans and arrangements
  • Incentive stock options
  • Non-statutory stock options

Other Employee Benefit Services

  • Employee benefits compliance, audit, and correction issues
  • Benefits claims and litigation
  • Employee benefits due diligence for mergers and acquisitions


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