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ERISA - Senior Attorney
The candidate will be responsible for the day-to-day legal affairs of the firm's employee benefit plans (pension, 401(k), welfare, cafeteria) and advice related thereto. Will provide advice on institutional and separately managed ERISA investment accounts, including investment guidelines and restrictions, and handle QPAM documentation and audits. Serve as legal counsel and primarily liaison for HR department and administrative committees of 401(k) p...
The candidate will have an immediate and direct responsibility for own case load. Should have excellent academic credentials and 5+ years of experience in ERISA/employee benefits law with a focus on regulatory compliance (DOL and IRS) and contract work. Experience in drafting and reviewing benefit plans and participant notices will be favorably considered.
Legal Consultant - Labor & Employment
Duties: Developing draft news updates and alerts for both external use (clients and potential clients) and internal use (attorney and professional education); Writing draft articles and blog posts on substantive legal issues in the labor and employment space; Tracking national, state, and local developments in the law in the labor and employment space and advising on need and/or advantages of providing updates and/or content around tho...