Job Details

Erisa Associate Attorney

Company name

Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type


Years of Experience

3-5 yrs required


Salt Lake City, UT

Date Last Verified

Feb 27,2018

Posted on

Aug 15,2017
Practice Area
Litigation >> Litigation - ERISA
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ERISA ASSOCIATE ATTORNEY Responsibilities : The candidate will be responsible for employee benefit plan drafting and review, evaluating compliance with applicable laws and regulations, advising plan fiduciaries and negotiating agreements with other plan service providers.

Qualification and Experience

Requirements : The candidate should have a good general working knowledge of ERISA, the applicable benefit plan provisions of the Internal Revenue Code, regulatory and sub-regulatory guidance and at least 3-5 years of sophisticated experience in a broad range of employee benefits matters, including design and implementation of qualified retirement plans, ERISA fiduciary rules and welfare benefit plan compliance issues. Experience with the benefits aspects of mergers and acquisitions and issues involving benefit and executive compensation plans, including ESOPs and VEBAs, is desirable. Should have strong prior benefit plan experience with a major law firm, and possess superior academic credentials and excellent verbal, interpersonal, and communication skills.

Additional info

E-mail resume, including salary history.

Company info

Lorie E. Springer
Human Resources Manager
111 East Broadway
Suite 900,
Salt Lake City, UT 84111


"Lots of Room for Advancement"

Current Employee - Reviewed on July 28, 2017

I think that the leadership team should spend more time getting to know the associates. This would help morale quite a bit and allow us to get clarification on some issues.

Pros : The training program here is great, and there is a lot of room for advancement. Those who want to climb the ladder can do so with ease.
Cons : The leadership team seems pretty disconnected from the rest of the firm. They don't spend a lot of time with associates and even though there is an open door policy, it still feels like I would be intruding if I were to try and take advantage of it.
Current or former employee? : Current Employee