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Description: Employee Benefits

Position: Associate

Notes: Firm is seeking an associate with 1-3 years of employee benefits experience to work on retirement plan matters.

This DC firm established a national reputation for its work on employee benefits issues arising under ERISA and is now considered one of the nation's largest employee benefits specialty law firms. The firm handles a wide range of sophisticated benefits and tax matters for clients in industry, finance, and the public sector. The firm's practice groups cover pension and health plans, fiduciary and tax issues, health care, benefits litigation, plan funding and restructuring, public and multiemployer plans, benefits-related policy and legislation, and executive compensation.

Years Experience: (1 - 3)

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Bar Requirements: District of Columbia

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Location: USA - DC - Washington

Date Opened: 10/23/2019

Code: 4505969

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