We represent clients before the Internal Revenue Service, the Department of Labor and individual state Departments of Insurance. Our team also provides valuable claim avoidance and risk assessment services.
Working closely with our employee benefits attorneys, our seasoned litigators represent employers, retirement plans, defined contribution plans, welfare plans, insurers, managed healthcare organizations and other entities in an array of ERISA–related matters, including:
- Complex preemption issues
- Coverage and benefit determinations
- Compliance with ERISA's notice, reporting, disclosure and claim administration requirements
- Claims for breach of fiduciary duties and for engaging in transactions prohibited by ERISA
- Claims for benefits discrimination, retaliation and wrongful interference with benefits
- Claims for reimbursement and subrogation under ERISA
- Withdrawal liability and delinquent contribution claims
- Claims involving employer stock ownership plans and multiple employer arrangements, including MEWAs
- Claims based on nondisclosure of revenue sharing and 401(k) excessive fees
- Claims regarding investment options, including annuities
- Disputes between ERISA plans and their service providers
- Matters arising under COBRA, HIPAA, ADA, ADEA, and FMLA.