Managing employee benefits can be one of the most legally complex and challenging aspects of running a business. Our attorneys focus exclusively on employee benefit and executive compensation matters. We work closely with our clients’ other professional advisors, including benefits consultants, accountants and plan administrators, to tailor our services to meet the specific needs of each client.
Our attorneys, some of whom are Accredited Pension Administrators, are experienced with the complex aspects of employee benefits. We assist clients with the implementation and operation of most employee benefit issues including defined benefit contribution plans such as ESOP (employee stock option program) and profit-sharing 401(k). Our attorneys are also experienced in ERISA fiduciary responsibilities, fringe benefits, tax-deferred annuity programs, and executive deferred compensation arrangements.
Employee Benefits Specialties:
- Fringe Benefits
- Qualified & Non-Qualified Retirement Plans
- Employee Benefits & Executive Compensations Plans
We have built a team of lawyers and other sophisticated benefits professionals with knowledge in every facet of employee benefits, from retirement plan design, administration and governance to multiple and multiemployer plan issues, ERISA compliance, fiduciary issues, and litigation. We regularly assist employers with the benefits aspects of corporate transactions and restructurings. We help employers comply with state and federal requirements governing benefits, including health and welfare plan rules, HIPAA privacy rules, and tax issues.
No matter the industry, an employee benefits program is essential to strengthening the workforce and providing for the needs of your employees. Unfortunately, a benefits program can also be one of the most expensive and difficult pieces of a compensation plan for business leaders to negotiate. The experienced employment law attorneys at Capitol Law Group PLLC can review your benefits program with you to determine where you might be exposed to lawsuits or if you’re spending more money than necessary. With extensive fiduciary training and business knowledge, our attorneys can meet your benefits-related demands.
Employment law is incredibly complex. The benefits that you offer your employees may be defined or regulated by state and federal bodies. It’s essential that your attorney understand the sticky areas of employment law and help you navigate them. At Capitol Law Group PLLC, we know that there’s no room for error when it comes to designing and implementing a benefits program.