Our ERISA Fiduciary practice serves a wide variety of clients, including investment advisers, banks, trust companies, insurance companies, plan sponsors, corporate pension plans, corporate 401(k) plans, broker-dealers, multiemployer pension plans, private investment funds, and other institutions that are active in the retirement market.
The members of our ERISA Fiduciary practice have extensive experience in government, private practice, and in-house corporate representation, which allows us to bring a sophisticated, multi-faceted perspective to client matters. We understand the contrasting perspectives of government representatives and in-house counsel and, above all, the need for responsive, high-quality, independent legal representation.
We also bring a depth of understanding of related securities and banking regulatory requirements to our knowledge of employee beneﬁt plans.
We help our clients develop innovative products in response to rapidly changing market and regulatory conditions and participant and employer needs. Our goal is to enable clients to structure products and programs that both achieve business objectives and comply with ERISA, including ERISA’s prohibited transaction restrictions and applicable statutory and administrative exemptions.
We provide “one-stop” service to our clients to address complex issues relating to the application of the ERISA ﬁduciary responsibility requirements.
We provide “one-stop” service to our clients to address complex issues relating to the application of the ERISA ﬁduciary responsibility requirements in the context of products and services for employee beneﬁt plan investors. Above all, we pride ourselves not only for providing high-quality services, but in being responsive to client needs.
We understand the contrasting perspectives of government representatives and in-house counsel.