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Employee Benefits Investment Work Senior Attorney

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Law Firm

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Valid Through

Aug 29,2019

Posted on

May 16,2019

Years of Experience

Min 5 yrs required


Atlanta, GA, United States

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Practice Area
ERISA/Executive Compensation >> ERISA/Executive Compensation
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Employee Benefits and Investment Work Senior Attorney
The candidate will advise clients on the investment of plan assets in collective vehicles, private investment funds, and managed accounts, and regularly negotiates investment management agreements and side letters. Will work with both plan sponsors and investment managers, in-depth knowledge of issues that arise in outsourced fiduciary solutions, including the allocation of responsibility and related risk among plan sponsors, outsourced fiduciaries, and underlying investment managers. Advise clients on fiduciary responsibility, including effective ways to control risk and liability. Advise plan sponsor committees with both routine plan administrative matters and discrete plan investment transactions.

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Job ID: 666

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Hiring Coordinator
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
1075 Peachtree Street, NE
Suite 2500
Atlanta, GA 30309-3962


"To be honest, it's not a great place to work. I've since gone to a better firm, so I figure I'll go ahead and write up a review as a former employee."

Former Employee - Reviewed on December 18, 2017

What I would recommend to anyone who may be reading this that is working for the law firm. Do whatever you can to change the pay scale and salary increase reviews to be one in which merit is considered rather than an employee's popularity.

Pros : Let's start with the good stuff. Everyone worked well as a group. We communicated throughout the firm when we had issues. We shared resources and I truly felt that we all scared about helping each other. We all wanted to see each other shine.
Cons : However, there was a lot of favoritism which led me to leave the firm. Advancements and salary increases weren't due to qualification, experience, or even how well we did in the past year. People were given salary increases greater than others just due to being a favorite of the head management. It was all politics over there. I wasn't as charismatic and personable as others, yet I was able to complete my job with flying colors. But because I wasn't as popular as others - I didn't receive great advancements in my pay.
Current or former employee? : Former Employee

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