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Vice President Corporate Counsel - ERISA / Benefits Law
The candidate will provide legal advice to company's retail businesses on a broad range of Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) and Internal Revenue Code (the Code) issues. Will represent the company's retail business units on tax and ERISA issues resulting from the marketing and sale of insurance and annuity products to pension and IRA customers. Provide tax and ERISA advice on retail product development i... read more
Assistant General Counsel & Director of Human Resources
Responsibilities: Supervision and direction of two Human Resources team members. Responsible for employee relations matters for organization’s 350 plus staff, including investigations, internal mediations, dispute resolution, grievance process (for union staff) and ongoing follow up. Advise senior management on a wide range of HR issues, including effective supervision, performance management, compensation, staff de... read more
Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Associate
The candidate should have 3+ years of law firm or clerkship experience. Excellent academic credentials, strong writing and analytical skills are required.
Transactional- Executive Compensation Associate (Mid-Level)
The candidate must have 3-5 years experience in executive compensation. A strong knowledge of general employment laws and executive compensation transactional work is required. Must have a JD degree from an ABA-approved law school and be an active member in good standing of the Bar.
Mid to Senior Level Associate - Executive Compensation and Benefits
The candidate should have experience in a broad range of transactional executive compensation and benefit matters. Must have 3-6 years of experience. High level of academic achievement and law firm experience is preferred.
The candidate will handle employee benefits and executive compensation matters. Must have 2-6 years of experience at a top-tier peer firm. Must have sophisticated knowledge of M&A-related transactional benefits work, executive compensation, and traditional employee benefits experience, including retirement and health and welfare plans.
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The candidate must be an experienced ERISA attorney with a background in multi-employer fund representation. Familiarity with the tax code and ERISA compliance issues would be valuable. Excellent writing and analytical skills required.
Executive Compensation and Benefits Associate
The candidate should have 3-5 years of experience practicing Executive Compensation & Benefits in a major law firm, with a significant portion of that experience being in a transactional context. Familiarity with ERISA fiduciary rules a plus. Must have a J.D. from an ABA-approved law school and be an active member in good standing of the Bar.
Associate: Labor & Employment (ADA)
The candidate must have strong academic credentials. Admission to practice law in New York is mandatory. must have extensive familiarity with accessibility issues (e.g., the ADA, Rehabilitation Act, and equivalent state/local laws) and with public accommodation issues. Experience with Federal court employment litigation, particularly litigation under Title III of the ADA, as well as experience with the DOJ, state or local regulatory inve...